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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 1915.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
W. Ii. Pet.
Philadelphia 81 5 .578
Hoston " (13 .MS
Brooklyn 711 fifl .535
Pittsburg 70 77 .478
Cincinnati 07 74 .475
St. Louiii 6! 77 .473
( hiiido 03 74 .407
New Vork 05 77 .458
RKS Tuesday Night
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Bon I on 95 15
Detroit .'! 51
Chicago 82 Oil
Washington 78 01
New York 03 78
Ht. Louix 01 Hi .427
levelunif 54 .8 .378
Philadelphia 40 100 .286
Pittaburjf 81) 01
Chicago 78 03
Ht. J.onis 79 05
Newark 73 00 .525
Kan hah City 74 08 .521
Huffalo 71 73 Am
(irooklyn 0!t 77 .473
Jlaltimoro f 45 80 .319
Pacific Coast League..
San Frnnri'TO 102 74 .580
I-on Angeles 90 80 .545
Salt Lako 83 83 .500
Vernon 85 80 .497
Portland 1 73 93 .410
Oakland 77 100.435
At Portland Kan P runeisr-o
4, Portland 3.
At San Frum-isoo Ios An
geles 10, Oakland 3.
At Loh Angeles Salt Lake 4,
Paddon and Reed, black and white face funsters, singing their own
parodies at the Wexford. This act will appear at the Pantages in Port
land Sunday afternoon.
TODAY, TOMORROW AND SATURDAY
PADDEN And REED
BLACK AND WHITE FACE FUN8TERS
SINOINQ THEIR OWN
THE MAN IN THE CHAIR
TWO REEL DRAMA
TIJE BIO TWO REEL COMEDY.
Mr. FLIRT IN WRONG
fll n Uftl I AMI-TIT II 1,111 H,arH ika,,h J'enr return to Wjl
ll ll Wll I fllulr I I r II 1,1 '"r uiiikoiI gmiip and tor
ULU II ILLntllL ML U the reunion (hut follows the game.
While thev lint not in Milium tW
j bull thev am in good eoiulitinn to swap
I romlniseonees and tell the eager fresh
j men how they did it in diiys gone by.
I lu the minds of the footlmll'eoaeh there
is no ineThoil of teaehitig the young
player how to proteet u eerlnin spot mi
his 11 mituili V so salislili t.il v ns hitlinir
li i in there ouee. Alter the old stars
" llnne poiiuileil u few bruises into the
. vmingsteis they will have also poiiinled
VAtmftcr Aie kqrrms knv hifcl III a lot of leal fotball knowlei ue Hint
uuiijjoma uai i ut i list , 01llv ,, ,,.,, itl . llilf
Taste of Real Football I'" While the vaisitv enwts to nrofit
vimllv more tlmn the niuimii inun the
. OREOON HOUSE WINS.
Coliimbiig, O., Sept. 23. Out of 17
heats of competitive, grand circuit rac
ing yesterday afternoon there was a
poor timo overage and few close fin
ishes. Tim first, division of the 2:15
trot went to Hoy Miller, second choice;
I iiusck., on iiuiiana iinir-iniler, was back
.in the first heat of the second division,
I but she easily showed the way home in'
jWich of the next three miles.
! (leiieial Todd, the champion three
.war did pacing colt, won the horse re
view futurity in straight heats, but was
crowded in the second one bv Miss
Harris M. so that he came within half
a second of the record. After the
nice it was itnnniinced that Stouton
I'letcher mid purchased Miss Karris M.
from Kugene Mettler.
i Since lflll5 not a Hotel Ifnrtinan stake
for 2:13 pacers tins been' raced in such
slow tune as that made tmlav bv Hal
Hoy, the great Oregon pacer. The' third
heal was best and it was 2:07. The
j winner was the favorite. Judge Or
Inioiide, well backed, failed to get up
the speed needed to forrn Hal Hoy out.
j TRACK AND FIELD MEET.
I , f'"" Francisco, Sept. 23. The annual
fnll track mid field meet, of the Pa
cific association Saturday afternoon on
(lh I'anniiia Pacific athletic field prom-
iscs to bring out smno of tiio closest
contesl.'i seen here this year.
! Willi the past poiforinances of Ath
.letes in I ho bay district as a criterion
many predict the rnct for first honors
will b between Stanford's track and
field men and the Olympic club con
tingent, winner of last year's meet.
Hoth tennis are bristling with high
class men. The Olympic club represen
tatives appear to be strnnner than Inst
I years team. California also has a
ALUMNI GAME FRIDAY
II UIVM1U& UK UVUI CUUdI U He
Watching the Scoreboard
SPORT BRIEFS BY WIRE.
Cnuibridge, Mass., Sept. 23. Robert
P. Herrick of Hoston has been placed
in full charge of rowing ut Harvard
university, it became k'anwn today. He
succeeds James Wrny, who coached the
Crimson oirsmeii eleven years.
San Francisco, Sept. 23. The New
Vork Americans draft for "Ping" Ho
die. Seal outfielder, has been cancelled,
it became known today. Hodie express
ed a detire to remain' in t lie Const
leagii". The yank management de
clined to take him against his wish.
Rnsfnn. Mum.. Hpnt 2L The Red
Sox will use Braves field, the National
league dub home, for tncir won 1 s
series games next month if they win
tlie American league pennant.
I'Ksiilcnt Oaffncr's offer of the use
of lh.'n'irk was accepted.
Searching For Foreman
of Subway Blasting
New York, Sept. 23. While authori
ties searched for the foreman of the
Seventh avenue subway blasting work,
invcstiimtinn wnu unlfr wnv tndnv to
determine responsibility for the cave-
in wnicn eosi six lives yesieruay wneu
street car imssengcrs and pedesrians
were plunged into the pit.
The foreman disappeared shortly af
ter the blast was set off which crumb
led the pavement anil toppled over sev
eral hundred people. That he could
throw considerable light on the situa
tion was the belisr of investigators.
Munv tierHniiH were utill in ImMliitiils
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today suffering from the shock and injuries.
miles of road would not amount to
mure than three or four cents per square
As the county furnishes all the ma
chinery and tools to bo used in paving
the costs to the several districts for
paving will be less than to the county
this year. As all of the overhead
charges will be against the county and
not the district. With this in mind it is
estimated that the districts will be able
to secure hard surfa, pavement at .a
price as low as $2,500 per mile up to
$3,500 depending upon the length of
The county court still has n number
of problems to solve in the paving busi
ness but these problems are peculiar to
the locality in which the road is built
and tho oldest paving concern in the
country would find the snme problems.
For instance the dust iu some parts of
the county sticks to'the pavement worse
than iu other parts and it is necessary
to build a higher crown to the grade i
some places, in order that the pavemeat
will clean itself. In other places a low
crown with rounded edges to the pa.
ment will .be most satisfactory ,ni
numerous "other problems are coming m,
which will only be solved by experienet
and time. In the meantime, however
the regular tax levies are paying as the
work proceeds and no bond issues are
piling up interest while the expert,
ments are going on. .
game (he people of this citv will like-
WIMI IlllVH tlll'll' t'il-Mt l-lllllll-it hi u.u, tint
I Willamette uiiad iu action this v. Mir
, I nnii to gie tae voungsier tne "once
Tomorrow afternoon at 3.30 o'clock oxer. "
the Willamette university fiiutbiill 1 '
fiUHi will have its first real wornmit 1 Ut.AU
ivlieii the ponderous iiliimai lines up for
Hie h ii unit 1 game with the collegians.
The alumni tdnvers look to be slightly
iiv erwolght lull the old bovs have
pli iitv of tricks up their sleews which
ill Keep the nrsity players on their
lues throughout (he fuur ipmrteu of
The ii I ii in ii i sipiud numbers a host of
New Vork, Sept. 23.-Or. Austin
Will, age it' one of the men nioit prom
inent in the case of Harry K. Thaw
is dead today ol apoplexy.' He was a
poj n oujnof y ut Xjof
The Angels scored In an aban'do;i"d
.nniincr hi nn rrancisco, having no
men v whatever ii on the Oaks.
Oalilatd made sinio of the prettiest
viiwm v er seen on tne const.
And nil that after getting away to a
grand hli.rt and making the seraphs be
lieve Jiiey were due for another rait!
galion'. Salt Lake defeated V
of the Hees making three hits.
The iritis nosed out the Heavers, 4
The Red Sox found Cleveland easv
an. I siintihed two
The Yank fell twVe Si. Louis bring
ing iu the sheaves.
Washington blanked the White Sox.
Mi lliide's triple gave the Senators one
run, and Shank's fluke double netted
lot ir neot'il.
The Cinuts boat the Cubs when La
vea.Ur got wild in the third.
CiH-lcr of tho Pl ates contributed a
wild ('itch with tho bases full iu the
lust inning, drst giune, and llrooklvn
won. The Pirates rallied and copped
game munlur two.
Hotel Guests Hold
Pajama Parade When
Gas Stove Explodes
The guests at the Capital Hotel were
aroused by a loud cxii'two." yesterday
morning at 0:110 unu thinking of a prob
able Zeppelin attack tumbled out of!
bed and the halls were soon populated
with tho guests in their nocturnal
negligee. The cause of the explosion
was n leak iu a gas pipe and when
Mrs. P, W. Hnrui'tnan, the wife of the
proprietor of the hotel, started to light
the gas heater, the room, full of gas ex
ploded with a crash that shook the
The fire doors at the end of the room
near the stove were blown off and drop
ped doyvn on the building below and
Mrs. Horneinan's hands were badly
bruised' and shattered by pieces of
broken glass. It was thought that one
of the. doors might have hit her on the
wrist but no lumcs were broken. Today
am- is repuricu as resting easily with
no serious consequences expected.
Pieces of plaster were blown off 40 feet
from the stove bat no ouo wns hurt ex
cept Mrs. Hornemnn.
WHAT THE HELENA NEWS SAYS.
About Padden & Read, Black and White
ai-o v-uineuians Appealing at
Wexford Thur., IU and Sat.
Padden 4 Head, blnck and white fun
skit proved one of the best acts shown
On tile l.ihcrtv rttrnin aitnia n..t
ui i' lure inauiiiinitn,) vnn.l.ivill.i l.. :
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ueieiia nils .sum ner T iuv l,r.,,,l,l
down the house last eveaiuir on their
initial performance in the city. Kn
cores were reiicnte.l fur liiu" ..I.,.-...
pair ia greater profusion than nnv
double act that K.i, ni,l...nv..l t II...
Seattle Post Intelligencer:
there is some doubt nhmit ii.a
capability as a pinch hitter.
rpiIE race ain't always to the swift.
A VELVET is way ahead of those
quick-cured tobaccos, even if it does
MI titrrv irnrirn frm . ... ! ... 9
County Laws Road
raving at 67
(Cortinuej from Tf One.)
There are less expensive ways of curing tobacco than
Nature's way not less than two years of mellowing
in sealed wooden casks. But that ageing gives VEL
VET its smoothness, and brings out to the full the
natural fragrance and flavor of the choice Kentucky
Burley tobacco. Jtlf (3
as the testing plant, the 3x4 inch head-1
ers for the sides of the paved areas,!
and the long hauls nud small pieces of
work have increased the expenses this
year and with the elimination of the 1.'
cent royalty for the rent of the plant !
the county court considers Hint it has1
discovered a l,rj surface road at a1
small cost which gives every promise1
of standing'the test of time ns well as i
the paving with its pertlgree registered :
in the ir. S. paioiit office. The total cost '
this year Has forth. Miereased bv the!
fact that the navlhn i. . i
drives was laid tour Inches thick as
was anont one third of the paving laid
t ,a,r gfeunus tor the state. I
That the paving has met with the np- '
provsl of the nwi,l,i ni H, .i:. '
Iricts Is Indicated bv the fact that the
nervals district o, T and No. 1 also
wish to vote a special ta for next year
to Improve certain stretches of road
with hard surface pavement. District
No. 19 wishes to continue on the Kiver
rosd where the comity left off this vear
north of the couiitv poor form and to I
spread hanl surfacing to the Kei.er
school house, a distance "of about four !
miles. District No. T wishes to eontinu
the psvlng on Pacific hlghwav from the I
work north .if i),. i. I
Jhrough the district. It is not probable. I
However, thst ,h cotr will continue 1
paving without purekasinir the plant 1
upon which a 15 rent rovalty Per van1 I
was nsij this Tt.1 -' I
I I . . ' l ",""J T'll'
considers this royalir exorbitant, when 1
the overhead rhanriu tar
THE MOST E
ARE ON DISPLAY AT SALEM'S LEADING SHOE STORE
CE SHOE CO.
Nothing but the most up to dale styles are
shown. You are protected in style by our large
volume of business which keeps our stock new
and clean all the time. Nothing becomes old
or out of date as all the shoes we receive are
sold so quickly that it is impossible for them
to become shopworn. You are protected in
quality by our guarantee that goes with every
pair and we are exclusive agents for practi
cally every first class line of shoes coming to
c-?oNrZHSS SEE1NG 0UR BIG LINE OF PARTY AND
vIolEJ.PJiMPS IN SATIN PATENT AND KID THE
VERY LATEST CREATIONS
THE BARGAIN BASEMENT
IJSCARE OF ALL OF THE CHEAPER GRADES
?fMpH?,K.Ari"NES"-SH0ES ON SALE AT ALL
TIMES IN THIS DEPARTMENT
SSR SRNTEED T0 GIVE PERFECT SAT
QUFSsXsKEDEW PA,R FRK- N T,ME L,M,L N
The Small Profit and Quick Sale Store
326 State St. Phone
on putting out the materials fof 10