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THE DAILY CAPITAL JO1 RrAT,. SALEM. ORKOOV MONDAY. APRIL 3, 1916.
Old Quarrel at Turner
Results In Miniature War
(Outinuod from Page One.)
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! San I raiyisco: Fitzyernhl, r. f.;
San Francisco Fans To Make
Opening Day of Season
a Big One
jtinie been shown as was evident today
jiind a erowd of enormous proportions
Sail Franeisi'o, April X Fourteen promised when the liees and Oakland
thousand fans will probably see tlie',,rs ,1M,.t in the initial eontest.
Heals and the I'ortlaud Heavers elash at ; cuff lilankeuship took his Bees out
old Keereatioii park tomorrow in the
"nine of the 1!MI I'acitie league season
here. The mortality among grand moth- "Howdy" Klliolt was given an oppor
or is said to have been horrible as a i tunity to put his proteges through their
result of many fans having to leave paees in preparation for the opener,
their desks and join the pilgrimage to. The weather man promised that a fair
the diamond. Uky would smile upon the eontestants.
tteturniag from their I raining period. Invent rains, however, have made the
at Sail .lose, the Seals dug their spikes phiying field somewhat -soft and it :
into the home town soil todnv, getting - ,,,' expected that the teams ean get
n.ed to their own grounds, The Port-; up their greatest -speed for several
l.ioders were also given a eraek at the ' davs.
ih turf. MeCredie exuded confidence ( jiuth tennis are on edge for the fi
find it was evident he eonsidered the;
Sfin Francisco nggregat ion already
I'liaiued to the wheels of his chariot,
A large number of fans gathered al
lb creation park today for a glimpse of ; plnvers, and some of the Portland Hose
Hie Seals, but they were disappointed. biuis, who originally en me from Canada.
The players worked behind barred gates will enlist in the Sportsmen's battalion
h.i all the hungry enthusiasts could to fight in the Kuropcun war. Manager
glean was the occasional crack of ash Kennedy of I.cs Canadiens. announced
:o;aiust liorsehide, and the .small boyii ' today. The two teams will battle here
sci-iiuibled as of yore whenever n foal tomorrow and Wednesday.
Cfiine over the fence.
The probable line-ups are ns follows.
Portland: Willie, e. f.; Vaughn, ''b;
These Prices good until
further Notice. We de
liver any place in city
and reasonable distance
3 cans I.ibby 's solid pack
1 cans best lown Corn 25c
3 cans String Deans 25c
Large size Pineapple 15c
2 cans choice, table Peaches 25c
2 cans choice tnble Apricots 25c
3 tans estrn choice Salmon; 25c
3 caiiH extra choice, slag
2 cans extra choice Columbiu
liiver Salmon 25c
0 cans oil Sardines 25c
3 cam minced Clams 25c
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1KB AMERICA! TOBACCO CO,
Nixon, r. f.; .Soutlnvortli, 1. f.; Onist". Kver Hammer, both I;innel today t
j Hi; Stuntpf, 'M; Haywood, .; Wnl'il, 8. challenge Champion Freddie Weisli up
js.; ur Hurstn.l, p. :nn his arriviit here to beirin tniinim'
Francisco: FitGerald, r. f.f-tor
The Lid Off at Salt Lake.
Suit Lake Citv, Vtah, April :!
funs of Salt Lake niv atl set todnv for,
ithe bi( doings tomorrow when the lid
1 will be blown off with a bang anil the
j baseball season of i ! 1 1 1 Hill be opened
N'ever in Salt Lake's history has suih
intense enthusiasm for the national pas-
0 the park today for a two hour t
workout todnv and later
Hockey Players to Enlist. I
y,,,v York, April . Most of Les
Cuiiidiens, world's champion liorkev I
; Kinsella as Scout.
J Cincinnati, Ohio, April :i. Pick Kin
' sella, who contracted to act as scout
: for the New York Yankees, is en route
'from this city to the east with them to
day. They Know Each Other.
1 Houston, Texas, April XTy Cobb
and Uennie Kauff had a good line on
each others IPIti season abilities today
as a result of having played on opposite
sides in a practice game between the
, New York Nationals nnd the Petroit
Americans. Ha ell man made a two-bag
ger ami each was at bat four times.
Cobb got across the plate for two runs.
Detroit won, !l to '-.
! $10,000 Stakes Hung Up.
Poise, Idaho, April S. With stakes
amounting to (,10,001) hung up. the In
ter mountain fair nud race circuit is
' perfected todiiw Dates were arranged
I for races nt Poise, Monl dier, Pluck
j foot and Hexbiirg. Idaho; Salt Lake
i City, La lirande, linker and Ontario.
Leonard Offered Match.
ew York, April X Benny Leonard
was offered j.s,niiii lodny for a 20
round bout with Charlie While in Den
ver, Mav 15, The x .finer is tentative.
Iv promised a finish fight with Freddie
Welsh, lightweight champion. The bit
ler battle will probably In' staged in
Denver on Julv 4.
To Challenge Welsh.
Chicago, April 3. Charlie While r.J
Friday's fijjht with Ritchie Mitchell
Mike Doolan Let Out.
Xew Orleans, I.a April Mikr
Doolnn, veteran shortstop o'f the I'lii-
raio Cubs, training here, has been rele-
gated to the YiinniL'ii'is. it was diviilced
'today, Mulligan has been promoted to
j the first team.
LAUNCH WASHED ASHORE
Santa Monica, Cnl., April .X The
half of a thirty foot schooner launch
washed ashore near here today affirm
ed the belief that Cnptiin Lynch and
two of his crew who left Sail Francis
co nearlv three weeks ago in tiie
schooner Huby have been drowned.
mere was no name on tnc wreckage
washed up here.
The revenue, cutter McCulloch put in
to port nt San Pedro early today after
giving up a four d i.v search for the
Uulv and her crew. An effort is
being made to establish the identity
of the wreck washed up here.
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Richness and Flav.r of tl: e Leaf
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Many prominent physician-) il.'d .
chewing to be the most wholesome v
of enjoying tobacco,
" I began chewing some years n-
said one, "and I soon ov.ih! tl.at it
the only way to ret the benefit of ;
the rich juices stored t:p bv iriv.i j .
the tobacco leaf. 1 refer, of co-:r:e, t
the plus form of tobacco, wkiU ii lit
most natural and the cleanest form.
"Chewing pojj tobacco l,!-e Sp:i
Head makes the salivary g! i:ids tnon
active, which in turn h.'.s a henottch
elTcct on the whole system. Add to this
the sweet, mellow, delicious flavor of p
chew of Spear Head, and you hav
the highest possible degree of totn-o
"I mention Spear Ilesd because
have found that this brand is exeep
tionally pure, being made in a fac
tory that's run strictly according t'
Spear Head is made of sun-ripened
Hurley, which is acknowledged to Lc
the richest, mildest, finest flavored to
bacco leaf in ti e world. And it is
produced by the latest processes, which
develop the quality and luscious tlavor
of the choice llurlcy to the supreme de
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some relish that is not found in any
other chewing tobacco. In 10c cuts,
wrafped in wax paper.
AT CORVALLIS MEET
0. A. C. Wins Big Western
gon Is Second
Oregon Agricultural College, Cnrvif
lis, Ore., April .X Four world's indoor
records were smashed to smithereens
Saturday, three of them bv the versatile
Fred Kelly of the Los Angeles Ath j
letic club, and the fourth by Harry j
CooV of Oregon Agricultural college, ',n
the big far western championship ::i-j
door meet held in the local armory, j
Oregon Aggies captured premier honors, I
the Orange and Hlack track stars galh
ering a total of 40 points. Hill Hay
ward t I'niversity of Oregon athlete
took second place with .''.0 points, just
nosing out the Los Angeles Athletic
ijl.ib, which finished third with a total
erf 0 points.
.Multnomah club finished fourth with
a score of -0.
Other teams finished in the following
order: I'niversity of Southern Califor
nia, l:'.; University of Idaho, 8; Wil
lainette university, li: Columbia univer
sity, Portland, Olympic club, Sn:;
Francisco. 3; nnd unattached, ." points.
Kelly rainy Flew.
Kelly clipped one-fifth of a second
off of the world's indoor record in
the 220, negotiating the distance in
2.1 seconds flat. The handsome Cali
fornia!! fairly flew around the dirt
oval. Kadderly, previous title holder
of the record in this event, finished
Half Mile Race Feature.
The feature race was the half mile,
in which Coleman' of O. A. 0. nosed
out Beebe of ('. S. C. Reebe led all
the way until the last 30 yards, when
the speedy Aggie athlete passed his
veteran rival. His t.inie of 2 minutes
and 4-5 seconds equals the coast in
door meet two years ago.
The dope was again upset in the
410 yard dash where Kadderly of O.
A. C. and Slonian of the Olympic club,
national eliampion. were matched
against each other among a field of
six other aspirants. Slonian wns
slated t.) win this race, but the Aggie
greyhound with a 15 foot lead from
almost the very start, proved too
much for the Calif urnian wonder and
breasted the tape with fiO feet to
spare. His time of 51 seconds flat
was not as fast as the time he es
tablished in the northwest conference
meet last year of 50 15.
Summary oi vents.
so yards Kelly. I.. A. A. C: Ford.
Willamette: Small. Willamette; Mor
rison. Idaho. " 1-5 "seconds. I
vi Coleman. O.-'A. C; Beebe. 1'. S.
('.: Atkinson. Orejonr Montague, Ore-
g-in. 2:00 4-5.
! shot Bagnarl. I.. A. A. ('.. 45 feet
1 11 inhe: Casev. O. A. C. 42 feet 1 1-4
j inches: PhUbrook. M. A. A. C 40 feet
17 1-4 inches; Johnson, unattached, X7
feet. 11 inches.
so High Hurdle Kelly. L. A. A. C.
Thompson. 1. S, C; Muirhead. Ore
gon; Radcliffe. Straughn, C'orvallis. If
Mile Dewev. Mu.fnnmah: Tillery.
unattached: Pel. ling. Oregon; Crippen.
I'. S. O. 4:."s 1-5.
Pole Vault Fee. Oregon. 12 feet .1-4
inch; Sutherland. O. A. C, 10 feet 10
440 yard Kadderly. O. A. C: Slo
nian, Olympic; Staub, Oregon; Wilson,
Oregon. 51 seconds.
Five mile Bostw ick, Oregon; Lucas.
O. A. C. 2" minutes 41 seconds.
High jump Muirhead, Oregon; ' J.
Atiiridiv, Columbia; Magone, M. A. A
C; Thompson, 1'. S. C, (i feet 1 1-4
220 low hurdles Hummel, M. A. A
C; Damon, O. A. C.; Thompson, I'. S.
C. 27 2 5.
220 yard Kelly. T,. A. A. C; Kad
derly, O. A. C: Sum Morrison, Idaho;
Betty. Idaho. I.t seconds flat.
Discus Cole. O. A. ('., l.'t.l feet 7.5
inches; Pliilbrook. M. A. ('.. 127 feet
X inches; Bagnard. L. A. A. C. 111! feel
:i inches; l.omniasen, Idaho, 112 feet 3-5
Mile relay Outton. Anderson, Cole
man, Kadderlv, O. A. C, X42; Morrison.
Dingle, Betty' Parr. Idaho.
Proa 1 1 .jump Kelly. L. A. A. C, 20:02
feet; Thompson. I'.' S. C., 20:00 feet:
Bagnard. L. A. A. C, 20:11 feet; Hum
mel, M. A. A. ('., 20:n! feet.
Javelin Fee, Oregon, Hit feet 11
inches; Damon. O. A. C, 100 feet 2
inches; Hum nnd, M. A. A. C, 157 feet 7
inches; Brown, Willamette, 110 feet
.1 11 inches.
100 Cano's Men Men Aided
Villa and Got Whipped
(Continued Pram Tags One.)
sights of the camp. The "dough"
boys" prefer rollicking airs and old
time favorites. "Tipperury" is always
As a precaution against small roving
bandit bands which nre reported gMher
ing in the foothills between Colum
bus and C.nas (irnmira, the American
si. ply trains are hoinjr ese. :t",l l v
hi ivy guards, '.ieiitennnt Aihm (bib
bin left vesterdiiv to invcsrioj.ite tin
rep. rts. Patrols nnd pests ..long tin
communication lines hnvo been
Notified to prepare to receive a num
ber of Villistn prisoners on Wednes
day Major Sample gave ord' s for a
barn,-1 v i". stockade to ua erect " l
in nu diate'v.
J. C. Rogers, who was arrested on a
charire of embezzlement preferred bv
11. Steinbeck, was sentenced to three
months in jail this moriiiu'; by Record
er Iil;ii netini; us ex ol'fi. ill jus'ice if
the peace. Holers was then paro'e.l
from the bench. Steinbeck contended
that he equipped Ke.ers with a team
and money to buy junk and that Rogers
forgot to report, linger was arrested
at Albany Inst Saturday afternoon nnd
returned to this city. Steinbeck 's team
wns returned to him.
elined to arrest Jeans, w ho is n mem-
! her of the city council. Yesterday Slier-
iff hsch went to turner to find thej
townspeople collected in groups discuss
ing the affair but none of the groups1
was closer than a block to the Jeans;
home. Sheriff L'sch went to Jenns'.
house followed nt a safe distuee by a
curious mob nnd knocked at the door.!
Jeans himself opened the door and told
the sheriff that he was expecting him
and tliafhe would go without anv tiou-!
bio. . I
Jeans Out on Bond. !
An attempt wns made to secure bunds
for Jeans in Turner but Justice of the;
Pence Karl had some doubts as to t'.ej
legalitv of a bond issued on Sumlav. .
Jeans then came to Salem with the sher j
iff and was lodged in jail uniil Mr. Mi:'l j
got back from church whin nrrnnfe-'
meats were made for his bond nli r'1
was ligned bv a, number of I'urner b i-l i
n. 9' men Jeans was release I y ster-'
d. v evening nnd returned to Turner.
The preliminary lienrfng will be ar
ranged ia Turner at n later date and it j
is expected that Jeans will waive exam- ,
ination and be bound over to the grand
iury as a trial in the justice court in
Turner on this charge would make it r
difficult matter to secure a jury who
had not heard of or discussed (he case.
Xicelv, one of the ,.--:i slashed, is
married man nbout 45 year! of ago arol
runs a garage in Turner. Jam's K"!iy
the other man cut, is 55 vears obi and
cnneui'ts a fish market. Vice1;.- w is cut
in the fhoulder where tho liln-lo i f the
knife was turned aside by hei sho--M,v
bl.-(!e Hunsnker has four nee.) U i.i f '
worrols in his abdomen.
R. O. Thomas, mayor, denies the re
port in rortlnnd papers that he was
in hiding after the row occurred. He
wns not present during the fight and
when lie heard of it went out in the
crowd nnd advised all against further
trouble. On Siunlr;- he went to Port
land, according to previous arrange
ment, to visit his wife wdio is ill (here.
He was at the railroad station when
Sheriff Fsch came into town in an nuto.
and his whereabouts might easily havi
been ascertained nt any time.
Candidates Hasten To ,
File Their Declarations
D. V. Kuykendall. of Klamath Falls,
filed today as a candidate for nomina
tion by the Republican party for the
office of judge of the circuit court,
13th judicial district.
Other candidates are C. T. Godwin,!
of Baker, candidate for nomiaition by
'he Republican party for the office of
district attorney for Baker county.
(ieorge Huntington Currey of La
lirande, eandidute for nomination by
tiie Republican party for the office of
representative in the legislative Assem
bly, 2-"ith representative district.
M. R. Riggs, of Prineville, candidate
by the Democratic party for the office
of delegate to the national Democratic
Joseph H. Page, of Portland, candi
date tor nomination by the Republi
can party for the office of representa
tive in the legislative assembly, 1 St li
Albert K. (iebhanlt, of Portland, can
didate for nomination by the Republi
can party for the office' of-representative
in the legislative assemblv, lsth
W. A. Bell, of the Dalles, emi.lid.ite
for nomination by tiie Republican par
ty for the office of district attorney
for Wasco county.
Virgil L. Clark, of Portland, candi
date for nomination by the Republi
can party for the office of representa
tive in the legislative Issemblv, mil
Fred J. Meindl, of Portland, candi
date f6r nomination by the Republi
can party tor the office of representa
tive in the legislative assembly, LSth
S. A. I). Meek, of Cornelius, candi
date for nomination by the Republi
can pirty for the office of representa
tive in the legislative assembly, 15th
L. O. Holland, of Astoria, candidate
for nomination by the Republican party
for the office of representative in the
legislative assembly, lOt'u representa
John Irwin, of Klannth Falls, candi
date for nomination by the Republican
Southern Pacific Coos Bay Line
Eugene and Gardiner, North Bend
Marshfield, Coquille, Myrtle Point, Powers
Wednesday, April 5, 1916
Leaves 7 :20 a. m. Eugene 5.15 p. m. Arrive
11 :50 a. m. Gardiner 1 :00 p. m.
1 :30 a. m. Reedsport . . 11 :20 a. m.
3:15 p. in. North Bend . .9:40 a. m.
Arrive 3:30 p. m. Marshfield. . 9:20 a. m. Lreavc.
Connections made at Eugene for trains to and from
Information as to rates, train service, etc., can be
secured from any local agent or write
JOHN M. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent,
party for the office of district attohr
ney for Klamath county.
Albert 'Abraham, of Roscburg, can
didate lor the office of delegate to
the national Republican convention,
first congression.il district.
GRAND BILUS VARIED
A bitter protest of woman against
the price that war exacts from her, is
the sketch,'" The War Child," present
ed by Ann Hamilton and he company
at the Grand yesterday.
The incident developed is not now;
the plot is simply a broad 'sketching of
the bitterest features of war in its ef
fect upon woman. The power of th
sketch depends principally on the in
tensely emotional acting of Miss Hamil
ton and the action snaps off at the
very highest point, giving an effect
that leaves the audience breathless.
(I rant Gardner in black-face, has a
line of patter all his own and some dex
terous musical novelties, just by way of
demonstrating his versatility.
LAST TIME TODAY
In His Last Vacation
In "Jeanne Dore"
Ross & Wise
See the World's Greatest
In Latest Songs
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finished, tailored by experienced hands with silk
thread and reliable linings.
They are guaranteed by
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Robert's Salem Just Wright
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$3.00 Store $4.50 and $5 !
Scharf and Ramser offer a singing
act of more than ordinary excellence,
featuring rather the operatie than i
ballad songs and ragtime which are
offered ia most of the singing acts now-a-days.
The bill opens with a novelty mystery
by Valdo and company. The "Casting
Lamys" close the bill with a good bit
of work on tbo aerial bars.
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