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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON'. MONDAY, SEPT. 27. 1315.
LEAGUE LEADERS ARE
ALMOST SAFE NOW
COAST LEAGUE STANDINGS
Red Sox and Phillies Are Ex
pected to Cinch Their
Pennants This Week
By George H. Holmes.
(United Press stuff correspondent.)
New York, Hi.pt, 27. The tiny thread
ly wiiH'li tuo enemies of the lied Hox
i mi Phillies ttill have a mathematical
chance to boat them out will be cut this
week. The leaders have hud thp race
practically sewed up for the past two
weeks but iu a few day our old friend
"mathematical impossibility " will
e.ome to the front and settlo the hush
of Detroit, Brooklyn and Boston once
iThe Phillies have a snap. They still
have nine game to (day, not, counting
( yesterday's and all they must do to
clinch the flag irrevocably in to win
i three of these. Juuiiintf be the wav the
Quaker City gang has been travelling
of late, that should be several degree
earner than fulling off toe well known
log. After the Phillies have won three,
both the riravvea and Dodgers can win
all their and it won't do anybody any
good, but the magnate.
Granting that the Dodger and
Brave do not loae a game from now
on, and the 1'hillie win their three,
the standing then will be:
rt. L. Pet.
Philadelphia 8H 00 .571
Hotoi 87 110 ,rm
Brooklyn 87 C7 .5(15
According to thia outlay, and bar
ring upsets, the Phillie can clinch the
banner by Tuesday or Wednesday.
The Hed Hox muiit win half their
game to absolutely nail the pennant to
the mast, even granting that the Tigers
win nil their remaining six game,
which ian't likely as they still have
to play with (,'lark Griffith's spurt
ing Senator. Assuming the Tigers do
win the six and the Red Hox win half
San Francisco 105 75
l,os Angeles 7 84
Salt Lake 88 84
Vernon M 1
Oakland Ml 101
Portland 74 6
At Portland San Francisco
At Hau Francisco Los An
geles 0 5! Oakland, 1-4.
At Lo Angeles Salt . Lake,
14-5; Vernon, -3-0.
their remaining ten, the standing then
W, L. Pet.
Boston 10.3 51 .609
Detroit 102 , 52 .662
Then we can all go to the world's
series or transfer allegiance to football.
SPORTS OF ALL SOST8
New Orleans. La.. Sent. 27. The
Southern leugue bunting for this season
rests todav in New Orleans. When the
season closed Sunday the local team was
about five games ahead of Birmingham.
Memphis finished third.
Sun Francisco. Sirit. 27. Pnrtlnnil
will ffive Artin Benliuin. the HOMthnnw.
who was with the Seals for a time this
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EGON STATE FAIR
SEPT. 27--OCT. 2, 1915
Woman's Day, Good Roads Day
Salem Day, Woodman Day, State Societies'
Day, Camper's Night '
Each Special Day is crowded full of interesting, entertaining and unique events.
Portland Day, Transportation Day,
. Elft's Night
Press Day, Scandinavian Day, Oregon Man
Shriners' Day, Grange Day, Pioneer Day,
"MEET ME AT THE FAIR"
This is the Largest Month's
Business in the History of
Prices' shoes are proving their superiority over
all other makes in STYLE, WEAK and COM
FORT. Do not wait Get a pair of these fam
ous shoes now. If there is any question as to
the shoes or the high standing of the store,
ask your next neighbor, they wear them. New
shoes arriving daily as fast as a new style is
created we get it. Do not confuse our high
class shoes with freak shoes, as we do not
carry freak shoes, just exclusive models of
first grade materials that are different.
Our line is complete from Ladies' daintiest
party shoes to the Men's heaviest working
boots. We have no competition as our buying
power made possible by our heavy trade
dominates all of this.
The Small Profit and Quick Sale Store
326 State St. Phone
spring, another chance to stick in the
Coast league next spring, it was learn
ed today. Beuham lias been showing
considerable "class" with the bushers
since turned loose. '
Oregon Agricultural College, Oorval
lis, Ore;, Sept. 27. Harry Cole, college
left guard dropped back "to the 42-yard
line and booted a place-kick square be
tween the goal points for the only score
of tin opeuing game of the season on
the Corvnllis gridiron yesterday after
noon against the alumni. The kick in
the second half afforded the only real
thrill of a listless exhibition.
. Clubmen Beat Oregon.
University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.,
Sept. 26. It was the same old story on
Kincaid field yesterday afternoon when
Hugo Besulek's collegians met and gave
battle to the Multnomah club team, of
Portland. Kxperience, weight and
strength proved too much for the vars-
ny mus, ana wnen Hostilities were ue
clured at uu end the score stood lli to 7
in the visitors' favor, with the lemon
yellow on the short end.
Although the final counting muy Tead
a trifle overbalanced and the story told
a, twice-spun yarn, the game today
was a wonder, nnd the crowd of 800
fans and funettes, sweltering in the
bleachers, grandstand and machines, re
ceived gridiron thrills that may never
come again. 1
ST. LOUIS HEADS LIST
St. Louis, Sept. 27. St. Louis made
a clean sweep of the series with the
Buffalo Federals by taking a double
header yesterday. In the first game
Anderson, Khmke nnd Marshall gave
nine hits, four of tLcut tor extra bases,
whilo the visitors drew an equal number
The St. Louis pitcher, however, al
lowed only one extra base hit und kept
the others well scattered. In the sec
ond game Think was almost invincible,
holding Buffalo to three hits, two of
them scratches. Today's victories put
St. Louis in first place. The score.
K. H. K.
St. Louis 7" 9 2
Buffalo 2 9 1
Batteries: Anderson, Khmke, Mar
shall and Allen; Davenport and Hart
ley. Second game
R. II. K.
St. Louis 5 7 2
Batteries: Bcdient, Marshall nnd
Battereis: Bcdient, Marshall and
Hhur; Blank and Chapman.
A cent a word wilt Utt yom
tfory in fn Journal Ntw Today
I COURT HOUSE NEWS ;
The grand jury met this morning at
10 o'clock to investigate a number of
cases that have been rennrreil ainna Cio
July term -of the circuit court. The per-!
sonene or ine grann jury is as follows:
Foreman, John N. McKay, F. W. Peter
son, Earl Rowland, F. j. Wier, J. B.
Ashby, F. W. Fry and .T. F. C. Teehen
berg. Judge Percy R. Kelly will return
to this city Friday and it is expected
that the graad jury will report at this
Alleging that thev secured a Iiousa
and lot in "Smoky Row" on "Hungry
Creek" through a misunderstanding as
to its value in part pavment for a farm
in this count v. John KknhnJ in.l IWnlio
Skubal have brought suit in the circuit
court against Samuel Genu ami Ar.
diana Grieg. The complaint states'
that the defendants nilr.hftuil fi-nm
the plaintiffs, lots 11 nml 12 Knt
fruit farms and the nersnnal nmnortv
on the place for $3,000 giving iu part
payment niiiuu in casli, an equity in a
mortgage for lloUO and the plaintiff
further alleges that they understood
tha there was to hn ilpitnuitml 1a tlmir
credit in the bank the sum of $1,000.
They state that when they went to
the bank they found that" no money
had been nlaccd to tlmir irp.Ht nn.l
upon investigation found that tliev had
been given in lieu of the $1000 the
house and lot near Glendale in Douglas
countv. Thev state that th nmnortv
in Southern "Oregon is of little value
Him iney asK mat the defendants be in-
jnined from encuiubnrinar th mm.om-
now in their possession nml Hint mmn
repayment of the $.100 that, tiiev re-
eivo their farm back. Carev F. Martin
is attorney for the uluintiff.
The first non-resident hunting license
in tins countv this venr win erl,l Li
the county dork todav. The non-resi
dent license costs 10. llnnrnra liovo
been nreoariiiLr for the ('himi iiliminni
season ail month and over 1000 hunt
ers licenses have beon unl.l ilm-intr t'.w.
i month of September.
. The will of Thomas Fuchs has been
admitted to probate and P. S. Fuchs
named as executor. Thomas Fuc'.is
ded September 21 leaving an estate
consisting of presnnal property to the
value of $2,000. The heirs are Thomas
Fuchs. Jr., Maria Elizabeth Fuchs,
Margarothe Fuchs. all residents of Ma
rion county, John Fuchs, of Clark
county, Paul S. Fuchs, of Marion coun
ty, Magdalena Fuchs, of Seattle, and
Josepnine Kronborg, of Marion countv,
all sons and daughters of the deceased.
Program for Tuesday, Sept. 28, 1915
Illumination of the grounds v
Ten (10) sets Elgin batteries
Thirty (30) bombshells
One (1) National Battery red, white and blue
One (1) Blue and Gold battery ,
One (1) electric battery
One (1) 5x10 American flag
10x10 Fire portrait of President Wilson
Seesaw Movable device '
Device Uncle Sam surmounted on a globe
Aerial bouquet ; , '
Flight of Geysers - . -
Diamond Cross Fire
Picture of Governor Withycombe -
Picture of President Wilson
Finale-Motto, Good Night
Frank Kroncborg, Paul Kroneberg and
Cecelia Fuchs are named as appraisers.
Ida M. Massey", Sarah Kemmer and
Kva Smith. hfLVA filnil n untioa nf an.
peal of their, applications for widow's
pi-HBiuu irom uiu proonw) court to tile
circuit court of this rmmtv Tlioao
three cases came up in June of this
year when the first petitions for wid
ow s pensions were rued. TUo iieti-
tions were rejected and upon an alter-
imuve wr t or mandamus, judge Jiusli-
ey was required to show cause in the
circuit court whv lie did not prnnt
tiuw pensions. Upon the showing
mane tne eases were dismissed August
DAUGHTERS OF THE KING OF BULGARIA
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Pearl F. Green brtmght suit in the
circuit court today to secure a divorce
from Frank G. II. Green, alleging cruel
and inhuman treatment. The couple
were marnea in puiom in lvl'j and for
the last two years the plaintiff alleges
the defendant has carried out a course
of cruel and inhuman treatment and she
nsKs for a decree of absolute divorce,
$50 attorney's fees and the right to re
sume her maiden name of Pearl F.
Rockhill. James G. Heltzel is attorney
for the plaintiff.
William Brando tmlnv fil.i.l a mil :.
the circuit court against M. M . Diel
and W. L. Dial to enllnct nn
promissory note the payment of which
was guaranteed by the' defendants ac
cording to the, nllegatious in the com
plaint. It is alleged that Walter B.
Odale and wife gnve their promissory
note to Diol for the sum of $872 and
that later the note was transferred to
William Brandes, who snyg thut the I
makers of the note refuse to pay it. In
addition to judgment and costs the
plaintiff seeks $00 attorney's fees.
C. W. Smith today filed a suit against
Myrtle'Knowland in the circuit court of
this county in which it is alleged that
the plaintiff ordered a musical instru
ment known as " Victrola. XIV" from
the defendant. He Bays, ho paid. $1.)0
for the machine which was not in stock
at that time and that the defendant
has failed to deliver it and that lie has
asked for the return of his money which
has been refused.'. The plaintiff seeks
judgment in the sum of $150 and the
costs of tho action. Carson & Brown are
attorneys for the plaintiff.
A marriage license was issued today
to Howard Bliven, a farmer of Gervais,
and Ethel Beatrice Smith, of this vity,
also to William H. Nibler, a Woodburn
druggist, and Alice A. Kraus, of Aurora.
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CONNELLY In this city, September
23, 1915, Patrick Connelly, at the
age of 86 years. .
The remains are In enrA nf tha Tpr.
williger Cottage parlors, awaiting th
arrival of relatives.
The Cherrians will mxt thU mni
to arrange a program for the week and
the appointment of committees each
day who will meet nil trnina. Tlia
meeting will be hold ut the Commercial
PrinccM Eudoxla (Wft) attd rrlnrMi Nadejda.
This tiktur of th two chamln daughter of th king of Bulgaria U
of particular interval juat now, u their fatfwr U belUvtd to M on th verir
of entering the Euroiwen war. The Princee Eudoxia wai bom In ltU8 uJ
ter elstcr. vm bori) (ulljjwing.
Use The Fast Frequent Trains
of the rV
54th Annual State Fair
Week of September 27 Oct. 2.
Reduced Round Trip Fares
Trom all Oreion Electric Stations
Tickets sold daily Sept. 23 to Oct. 2-Eeturn Umlt October 6, 1915
Fayetteville jj go
Albany ..... . S1.10
Junction City ' j-iq
w ilsnnvill j o .
Orenco jo jjj
rorvallls .'.-.ZZl'. L55
forest Grove $2.S0
Hillsboro 30 1
Tualatin ZIZZZ L50
CWArlLJ'iw th., points. Special DayMond.y,
?.v iw!w ' m! Th"'1y. Portland-TransiHirtat on-Elks; Fri-
w- WTCims, Ajient, Salem, Oregon.