THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1916. cssssaaQsaasoEQi TODAY and TOMORROW 4 WILL HAVE MURDERER Sport News Bl n (twin ETOHT IM II II II II II II II DOROTHY GISH and OWEN MOORE In 'Susan Rocks the Boat' An Odd Romance Dealing with life in the underworld. Produced by D. W. Griffifh. FRED MACE In Hi "BATHTUB PERILS" jpj Just one laugh after another a a in si u Itl IEI CI CI n El ri ci Bl COMING FBIDAY and SATURDAY BESSIE BARRISCALE "NOT MY" SISTER" VAUDEVILLE Models Art DE BEAUX Poses Clasglque. OREGON "HOME OF TRIANGLE" li II 1! n ii n u u a M u H M n li u n a ii ii ii ii ii n ii H ii ii E Great Crowd Promised Today If Weather Conditions Will Permit Game ancanaEnnsnnnani The guest who insistes to the host that Ills allotment of beefsteak was delight fully tender, lint that the knife was a trifle dull, proven nil illustration of the often used expression, a triumph of the spirit over flesh. Salem TO Portland Daily Round Trip Fare LIMIT 30 DAYS Trains Daily Leaving Snlem at .1:00 A. M. 9:22 A. M. 1 :27 1. M. 3:02 P. M. r.:0() P. M. 8:04 P. M. Ask I.oeiil Afjont for Tickets and any oilier information. JOHK M. SCOTT, General Passenger Agut, Portland, Oregon. SOUTHERN PACIFIC OOOS BAY RAILROAD CELEBRATION Marshfielil and North Bend, August 24, 23 and 20. Low Round Trip Faros New- York, July 2(i. Prevented by rniu from welcoming their Idol, New York fans will turn out today, weath er permitting, to give Christy Mnthew son, newly established manager of the iieds, the ovation planned for him. It was rainy ond threatening during the morning. Meanwhile, in the west, several high ly important eries between American league teams are under way. The four first division teams are at each other's throats, while tho Tigers entertain Washington ami the Nt. i.ouis Drowns lire taking advantage of Connie Mack's hopefuls, i-rom the way tney starteu in, it is evident that the west has no intention of making things pleasant for their eastern visitors. Yesterday's games resulted in a clean sweep for tile westerners, with a resultant tightening of tho league race. Fresh from their most successful rnid trip of the season, the league leading Dodgers play the Cardinals today, while tho Braves again minus the services or Johnny Kvers, hnve the Cubs on their hnuils. Labor day in case the title changes hands. Benny Apparently lias every intention of stopping Welsh if possible any bow, but now, if he can assume the light weight crown at Washington Park, he can be the principal in a very remuner ative bout at Colorado Springs, with White as his opponent. - . Watching the Scoreboard - Pacific Coast League Standings I.os Angeles Vernon nn Francisco Salt Lake Portland Oakland W. !)S Gl !)8 4! 4(1 42 I,. 44 48 52 151 48 71 Pet. .fio'il .CBO ..r27 .490 .48!l .37.". Oregon Beating California. Portland, Ore., July 20. Having eliminated tlio first of three Califor niaiis who invaded Oregon to grab the state tennis championship, I,. K. Rich ardson, of Portland, title holder in Ittl4, today clashed with Ally n Barber, o$ Los Angeles. There is still another (lolden Stater Clyde Curley to be de feated before the northerners hnve the championship to themselves. Richardson's match with Irving Kars by, of Sail Francisco, was one of the best seen on an Oregon court for many a day. Karsby won severnl sets after they had gone to deuce, but could not maintain the fnst pace established by tho Portlancler. Meanwhile Barber, who met Richardson today, was easily dis posing of W. L. McUougnl, of Salem, (12, 03. Myron Hutchinson, Spokane high school "comet," and Hugh Kelleher, of Seattle, former Harvard ernck, are two figures looming up big in the tourna ment. They will get into action to morrow. L - Yesterday's Results At Oakland 2, Vcruou 1. No other games nlnyod. teams trav eling. Today's Games San Francisco at Portland. Vernon. t Oakland. Salt Lake at Los Angoles. Chief of Police Confident Bomb Planter Will Soon ! , Be In Jail STADINb OF THE TEAMS National League Brooklyn Philadelphia Boston Chicago New York ... St. Louis . Cincinnati New York Oiovoland St. Louis W. L. Pet. 48 .".2 .001) 44 3fl .r,r7 4:t 3i5 .;-.-) 1 4.1 45 .4S!I 30 42 .481 38 42 .47"., 41 48 .401 30 r2 .400 ue W. L. Pet. 50 37 .575 49 38 .403 50 311 .502 49 40 .551 47 41 .534 47 44 .510 39 48 .448 19 02 .235 Bill Prmigh was so stingy wilb hits that Vernon could get only four olf him, and Oakland won, 2 to 1. Iecannier hurled forth Bengals and was almost aa good as Bill. Prough ozoned five and Decaunier four. It was nil air tight affair from A to Z. Old Dr. ('randiill got the on'y xtra base swat of the afternoon, n two bagger. May Extend Meet. Chicago, July 20. Extension of the 13 days' racing meet at Hawthorne was being planned by its bnckers today. Stockholders in the Illinois Jockey club, which is holding the meet, will meet to day to vote on it. Some favor n fall meeting, rather than an extension, on the grounds that a move to extend the meet would hurt the sports here. If the meet is extended it will probably be for 12 days. The club's lease of the Hawthorne track expires this week un less renewed. De Palnia to Race. Chicago, July 20. Ralph Do Pulnin, Italian daredevil automobile driver, has entered two enrs for, the speedway grand prix race, to be run at Mnywood, August 19, it was announced today. De Palmn refused to say who his team mate would be. The Italian is also entered for the 300 mile race at the Tncoma, Wush., speedway, to be held n week from Sntunlny. A Prise for Leonard. New York, July 20. An added in centive for Benny Leonard to flatten Freddie Welsh in their bnttlo next Fri day night, is an offer from Colorado sport promoters to accept the little Harlem fighter ns a substitute for the champion against Charley White on Next Big Attraction AT Grand Theatre "The Mikado" The Famous Gilbert and Sullivan Comic Opera Two Big Acts of Hilarious Fun Beautiful Costumes and Scenery, Tuueful Music. 50 Local People In the Cast 50 WHAT OTHERS SAY GEORGE WILSON'S "KO-KO" It is difficult to mention Wilson's "Ko-Ko"' without resorting to superlatives. From his first appearance to tho final curtain he carried his audience with him in a whirlwind of laughter and npplnuse. When we take into consideration that last night 's performance of "The Mikado" was the third rendered in Marshfield inside of a few days time, and that the audience was the largest of the three, we are forced to the conclusion that either the opera is an exceptionally good entertainment or else that it was rendered in professional style. The facts of the ease are that the large crowd of last night was drawn purely on the merits of the show, ns the novelty of seeing home folks In the performance of the show had all worn off with the two previous performances. Coos Bay times. Orchestra accompaniment of ten pieces Stoudenineyer. under the direction of Tex. POPULAR PRICES Reserved Seats, tl.00 and 75c; General Admis sion 50c; Children 25c. Tickets on sale by Moose members, exchange able at box office for those of lower price. Buy your exchange tickets of some member of the lodge now. Beat Reservation at Grand box office aft 10 a. m, Friday, July 23. The Tigers were a litle butteiv ns to lingers and the heads at times appear ed amply reinforced with bone. Hence tho Oak victory. Yesterday's bi" league hero was the only Tris Senker who got n double anil two singles out of three imos tip the hits driving in three runs. Then he scored himself, accounting for ev ery tally miiilo by the Indians. His old team mates were tho victims. The rninmnker potted three games in the National league. Hnv Keating and Cliff Murkle, right hand pitchers kiss ed the Yankee payroll good bye by re quest of the management. The world's greatest optimist is Christy Mathewson. "Big Six" says going to u club in the eighth hole isn't so bad because if it goes anywhere it will bo up. Tho Athletics lost again. Five sin gles, two bases on balls nsd a triple oft' Lansing in the second inning gave St. Loins six runs. Detroit walloped the Senators by con sistent play, scoring in four innings. The Senators got four in the first, but colli, I not stand the pace. (Continued from Pago Seven.) Mr. and Mrs. W. D, Moreland and sons, Jiviues and William, left tho lat ter part of the week for their homo in Tucomu after passing a week ut the Damon. Mrs. Morelnud is the daugh ter of Hun. and Mrs. J. It. Cooper, of independence. Or. and Mrs. John Strnub, of Kit gene, will arrive in Newport within liie next few days for a two weeks so journ. lr. Strnub is denn of the col lege of Liberal Arts mi the Cniversity of Oregon and has beea a member of tho faculty ever since the University was oeiied over forty years ago. The St ra ubs will stay at the Damon while here. Miss Mildred Slitsser, of Salem, was among the two hundred valley people to take advantage of the Sunday ex cursion to the bench. W. (1. Baker and family, of Corval lis, arrived the last of the week and are established in a Nye Bench cot tage until the first of September. Klmer K. Addison, of Independence joined the Polk county contingent lit the seaside this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Henderson, of F.ugcne, are passing a fortnight at Sen Vrest. Kdward Blampied of Portland, ar rived st the (irnnd a few days ago to pass his summer vacation. Albert Magers and children, of Sa lem, are occupying ouo of tho Redfern cottages on Brook street. M. I. Meilelshie of Salem, came a few dnvs ago and is registered at he Abbe v. ' Snn Francisco, July 20. With the po lice so close on the trail of the men re sponsible for Saturday's bomb outrage that they expect arrests within 30 hours the death list as the result of the dy namiting was raised to eight today when Mrs. Kinsley Vun Loo died at the Adler sanitarium. The bomb squad, detniled to work ex clusively on this case, struck several "hot trails" today, leading Captain Duncan' Matheson, iu charge, to make this statement: "We expect to have definite results inside of 30 hours. A gang of suRpects is being watched right here in tho city and arrests may come at almost any time. I believe that when we round up this bunch of men we will have, among their number, the man who placed tho infernal machine in Saturday's pre paredness parade crowd." Nearly half of the is detectives de tailed to the bomb squad have disap peared mysteriously and it is understood that they are watching the men under suspicion. Tho strongest clew yet furnished was that brought by Newton Potter, owner of tho Metal Welding Works, who be lieves the dynamiters purchased from him the container used to hold the ex plosive .which was used in the homo. Potter gave the police a minute de scription of the two men who made the purchases. Potter was able to give the police the models from which the container was made and this is expect ed to prove of great value in running down the dynamiters. The raeu told Potter that they wished to use the container for experimenta tion. They were very particular about the manner of welding a circle of thin metal about a half inch hole just above the cap nt one end of the easing. San Jose Gives Clue. Snn Jose, Cal., July 20. The police today received information that the two men, seen by a Snn Frnncisco street car conductor carrying n suit case near Stewnrt and Market streets, San Fran cisco, shortly before Saturday's bomb explosion there, spent last week in Snn Jose. Jesse Blnkcr, r stationary engineer, asserted that he saw the two men nt Orchard and Snntu Clara streets at 3:30 Friday afternoon. They were cnrrying a suit case which appeared to be very heavy as they were shifting it from hand to haad. The two men stopped nt the Linfell hotel registering under names which the local police believe were assumed. Mrs. Madeline Madossji, a chambermaid in the Linfell, also 'declares that the de scription ot the two men printed in the San Francisco morning newspapers, ex actly 'fits the two men who stopped nt tho hotel. The Sua Francisco police hnve been notified. DRAYTON DRAYTON COLLAR T1IIN, LIGHT YKT STARCIUD AND S1U11TLV IScoclt elarc CIVSTT, OPT CO-. IWC-.MA1M1 Officers Are Confident. San Francisco, July 20. Anunuiieed by Chief of Police White that the po lice within two days would have the persun responsible for Saturday's dy namite outrage, iu jail, created a sensa tion here today. Chief. White declined to go into de tails or to divulge nny-of the informa tion now iu the hands of the special po lice bomb squad on which he based his statement, but both he and Mayor Rolph, to whom he communicated his plans, were optimistic over the outlook. White declared that ho feared the de tectives would loso their quarry if any hint of their pinna leaked out. Simultaneously White announced that the total reward for tho apprehension of the dynamiter whose bomb snuffed out seven lives, had been brought to $15,000 by nil offer of additionnl tl.OOO by a man whoso name he could not re veal. Chief White evidently has no fnith in theories voiced in some quarters that the dynamiting may have been the re sult of a plot formed in eastern cities. Ho snid today that he believed it was a local "job" and that the man or men who perpetrated it are -still in this city. It is believed that the persons in volved are already uudcr close surveil lunee. i Federnl secret service men and pos tal inspectors nre still working iu nn effort to run down the persons who sent threatening letters to local newspapers and individuals, but hnve not yet ob tained a definite clew. A trap, set by officers of. the "bomb squad" may be sprung at any moment upon at least three men believed to hnve been ringleaders in the plot which led up to the tragedy. It has: reported that at least six of the special investigators have been in asso ciation with men either directly or in directly responsible for the explosion. It is declared severnl plots were hatched before the final bomb planting was car ried out. Nicholas Phillips, arrested aa a sus pect, will probably be released today. He was heard to remark, "that's fine" while reading a newspaper account of the tragedy. Newton Potter, proprietor of the Metal Welding Works, today gave the police a description Mi two men who, he says, came to him three weeks ogo and asked him to duplicate a container for high explosive. The container wasi of cast iron about eight inches in din meter and the same in lenctii. The police think it possible that this w:sjlieni-t. eollaed the container used in the infernal ma chine which exploded Sat unlay. The vostal inspectors working on the case nre centering their efforts on get ting information from handwriting ex perts regarding postal cards contain ing threat which were mailed previous to Saturday's explosion. They de cline to reveal what their inquiry ias develoed. An euorinoiis crowd is expected to gather at the Civic Auditorium tonight when a mass meeing, called by she Law and Order committee of the cham ber of commerce begins. Mayor Rolph Arvhbi.-diop Hnnna. and a number of other men of prominence will speak. v.-.v . v v. . .v. . r. i ; 1 im 'ww! PENNY saved is a penny earned. But a penny well spent is a penny INVESTED. A dime invested in a tin of VELVET brings mo' solid com fort than many a dollar spent some other way. V9UR VELVET dime buys the richest tobacco leaf from Kentucky's world famous tobacco section. Your VELVET dime buys the mellowness which two years ageing puts into VELVET. Your dime buys dozens of generous pipefuls that are mild, fragrant and smooth, as only naturally matured VELVET tobacco can be. flOc Tint, Se MeUl-Lmed Bag Qn Pound Glau Humidor CoprrihtinS The meeting is intended to voice San M-ii,, f ft:.. brancisco s indignation at the outrage JIICUIJ UClo VrdllUu which cosi me lives or seven persons. Arrested in Hospital. Snn Francisco, July 20. District At torney Fickert, Police Lieutenant Bun ner and Scrgennt Goff this afternoon went to Lane hospital and placed under arrest a man, whose nnmo has not been revealed, who applied for treatment there. The mnn was suffering from injuries evidently caused by an explo sion. It is believed the man is sus pected iu connection with the dyna mite outrage. Officials decline to discuss the ar rest. The man was immediately examined by the police. Man Who Died on Operating Table Is Alive Today London, July 1. (By mail) Lnnce Corporal Mayes, (Jueen's "Westminster Regiments, lives today to be able to say that he died. A tier mnn shell clipped off part of Mayes' right arm at Ypres last Christ mas. Kventunllv he lauded in a Lon don hospital with a stump of nn arm that threatened blood poison. An op eration became necessary. I'niler nn anaesthetic the soldier's and ceased to beat. The patient was dea;l. The surgeon in charge tried a quick exjieriment. lie made aii incision large enough to a. lout his hand in Mayes' side. He lifted the diaphragm, reached the heart and gently massaged the organ with his fingers. The heart responded and resumed pulsation. Mayes is now on the road to com plete recovery. In another month lie will be wearing an artificial arm and learning to its. it. in a trade in which he will be taught by the government. Wedding Invitations, Announcements and Calliug Cards Printed at the Jour nal Job Department. On First Appearance; Tolo Grounds, New York, July 26. : Ton thousand New York fans this af ternoon greeted Matty, the enemy. They found their score cards and their sentiments badly mixed, for with ' the old master, now manager of the ! Cincinnati Reds, were McKochnie and Roesch, also Oinnts. Buck Herzoe. ', who had cavorted as a foe in the past, chattered and distributed pep todav as a Giant. Threatening weather caused blocks ef vacant seats in the bleachers. When Matty appeared he was given a re markable demonstration, the crowd cheering him to the echo for several minutes as he was presented with a I hugh basket of flowers. . A band on the job as a special honor! to Matty blared oway while the crowd I alternately cheered the Giants and the! Reds. The visitors were given a lusty ! shout of approval when they fell on! Slim Salle, late of St. Louis, for a clus- : ter of hit and two runs in the second inning. Washington, July 20. Indicating eon-' gress believes the National Guard ! along the border may be maintained : until late in the fall, the -senate this afternoon created means bv which ! guardsmen may cast their votes in the border ramps, the plan was adopted as an amendment to the general army' bill, now ncaring passage. i &m i i Laws of Argentine provide that a : father must leave his children four-fif- ' ths of his 'fortune and a husband, if he' has no children, has to leave half of his property to his widow. An unmar- ried son is compelled to leave his par-: ents two-thirds of his property. ! Wedding Invitations. Announcements: and Calling Cards Printed at the Jour-1 nal Job Department. j Summer Tours SALEM to SAN FRANCISCO $32 Round Trip Good for 30 Days. Ninety Day Ticket $36.00 Meals and berth included on tha Twin Palaces 8. 8. Northern Pacific and Great Northern only 26 hours at sea. Most de lightful trip on the West Coast. Oregon Electric North Bank Boad S. 8. Northern Pacific and 8. & Great Northern Tuesday-Thursday- Saturday for Bound riCT Low Fares Trips to all cities of the Direct via the Most Scenic Routes of America, or via California. Catsop Beach for Vacations J. W. RITCHIE, Agent, Salem, Oregon The Journal Does Job Printing.