Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 11, 1916, Page SIX, Image 6

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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY, SEPT. 11. 1916.
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Our Stock Is now Com
plete in Every Detail
Ladies' Shoes
We have the New Havana Brown Kid, the latest shade. Also, the two-tone
Havana Brown with putty tops, a combination of colors never before shown.
We lead all in showing the new dark tan lace boot with wing tip effect in an
eight-inch pattern. Our new shade of gray is the talk of the town. Our pat
terns are exclusive and at least six months ahead of anything in town. Do not
be mislead into buying an imitation of these superior lasts, as it is impossible to
duplicate them, and we have all widths and sizes to tit any foot.
See the new "Neolin" Sole Sport Shoes, in both black and the new shade of
tan. They are very dressy and serviceable. You do not have to wear rubbers
with these new soles.
New things are arriving each day in Men's, Wom?ns' and Children's Shoes.
Try Our Repair Shop
We do your work cheaper, use better leather and turn it out more prompt
than any other shop in the city.
Agents for
WITCH ELK BOOTS
IIANAN SHOES
DUX BAX SHOE OIL
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shoe
CO.
Agents for
Ground Gripper Shoes
FOX PUMPS
BALL BAND Rubbers
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Sport IVews
IONS' DEFEATED
TIGERS SCORE 4 TO 3
Success Due Largely to Pitch
er Cole-Play at McMinn
ville Sunday
BROOKLYN IS IN LEAD
BY NARROW MARGIN
liio Salem Lojub defeated tho Mc
Minnville Tigers on tho Kant State
street grounds yesterday afternoon by
a score of 4 to 3.
: That this result was accomplished is
due to the work of Pitcher Cole. The
crowd who attended the game saw this
stalwart younir chap at his best. He
played consistently from the beginning
01 me contest to the end, when he had
secured a total of fifteen strikeouts,
several of which were mado in pinches.
ror aicminuville the contest was a
shut-out until the fifth frame, when
they got a runner across, followed bv
another in the sixth, and one more in
the ninth, inesc scores were the re
sult of 'he most barefaced bnsestenling,
two of them being pulled ou ''thief'
llnusor at the h ve p-ate.
Salem scored but once after the sic
oi'd f.-anic, when Wilson toou'ndvnn
tUM" of an erroi and made th ipby
which w.s ucsi'i'od to prevent a 'io in
u,p niii.li.
Those spectators who went out ex
pecting to see n scrappy gamu wens
not disappointed, yet only once cuimg
the battle was a derision of the umpire
protested vigorously.
The game wns umpired by 'llyde
Rupert,' conch of the Multnomah ath
letic club footbe!! team.
Weather permitting, the .ame learns
will meet at McMinnville next 'Jumlnv
The score:
Salem A.H,
Colin, m, 4
rtrovesner, if, :
Wilson,' lib, 2
Keeno, lb - 3
llauser, c, 2
Miller, ss, 1
Humphreys, 2b, 1
dill, If 2
Cole, p, 3
. H. P.O. A. K.
0 0 0 0
0 10 0
0 0 2 0
0 7 10
1 1) 1 0
fl 2 2 0
0 2 10
10 0 0
1 0 . 0
3 27 !) 0
. II. P.O. A. K.
0 10 0
2 14 0
10 0 0
0 r 2 o
1 3 4 0
011 1 0
0 10 0
2 0 1-0
114 0
0 10 0
7 2 HI 0
R. II. E.
2 0 13 7 0
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McMinnville A.II.
Nickerbocker, If 3
Kdwards, 3b, 4
Itishop, ss .-. 3
Kreitu, e, 4
Hutt, 2b, 4
Poirson, lb, 4
Dclnshment, rf, 3
lit own, m, ..r 4
ftistor, p 3
Seiihotf, If, :. 1
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Score bv innings:
McMinnville 0 0 0 2 1 1
0 0 0 0 110 0 1
Salem 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 x 4 3 0
1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 x
Summary:
Runs Edwards, Hutt, Delnshinent,
OrovCKtier, Wilson, Humphreys, Oill;
3 base hits Itrownj 2 base hits Cole;
stolen bases Hutt 2, Kdnwrds 2, llish
up, tlrovesner; struck out, Cole 1"),
Foster .r; psas balls Kroitz 1, Hauser
1; wild pilch, Foster; hit by pitched
ball, Humphreys, Delnshment, Uroves
ner; base on balls, Foster 4; double
plays F.dwards to Pearson to Edwards;
left on bases, McMinnville fi; Halem 3;
runted runs, McMinnville 2, Salem 1;
sacrifice hits, llishop, Wilson, Hauser,
Miller, Oill.
Time of game 1:43. Vmpire, C.
Rupert.
Watching the Scoreboard
Pacific Coast League Standings.
W. 1.
1,08 Angeles 04
Vernon DO . 00
Salt Lake "2
San Francisco 79 80
Portland 70 75
Oakland 5S 104
Pet.
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.500
.523
.497
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MAINE ELECTION
(Continued from lege 1.)
loU for a complete state ticket and na
tional primary ticket.
Karly word from practically all sec
tion! of the state indicated fair wea
ther and local leaders predicted s record
vote.
"I am entirely satisfied with the sit
nation," remarked William K. l'nttan
gal, campaign chairman for the demo
crats. "I hold to the prediction,! cue from ilugh
least one Maine district will be demo
cratic; that now represented in cong
ress by Daniel J. McOillicuddy. He is
extremely popular thronghout the state.
For the first time in a good mnny
years, local Maine issues have played
very little part in tho campaign. For
the most part the orators have agreed
on national questions.
Even Maine's perennial rum Issue
,has been thrust into the background.
I Republican orators attached the demo
cratic tariff; President Wilson's course
In Mexico; the railroad strike settle
ment; the shipping bill and taking their
the alleged general
made yesterday of a democratic vie- inefficiency of government. President
tory." Wilson was assailed for alleged
"An unusually big vote may bo ex- "changes of mind" on preparedness,
peeted," countered Frank J. Ham, j child labor woman suffrage and Mexi
mpitblican campaign leader, "and wo Co.
will win." I Democracy's spell binders adopted the
Privately the republican leaders are slogan "peace with honor nnd prosper
claiming anywhere from 7,000 to 15,000 ity," as J he theme of their discour
majority; the democrats that they will see.
be at least 3,000 votes ahead. j Local orators for the republicans laid
The greatest interest is being muni-j considerable stress on what they claim
fested throughout the state In the out- ed as mis-government by the Curtis
come of the senatorial fight and par- regime. Democratic state lenders set
tirnlarly as to Senator Charles F, John- their speakers to work pointing with
Hon upon whom the republicans havel pride to humanitarian laws passed by
centered their attack. Johnson it op-1 the present governor,
posed by Fred Hale, former progressive! The list of the caaipnigners sent out
leader and a son of Maine's grand old! by both parlies reads like a blue book
man, Senator Eugene Hale. of politicians. Here are a few who
A bird's eye view of the Maine sit
uation today made it apparent that
each side will bo satisfied with a par
tinl victory.
have loosed, their thrusts at the other
side!
Dcmocra.a: Secretary of the Navy
L-anieis; secretary or war Ktiker; See-
Both sides are tautly agreed that at retary of Labor Wilson; Secretary of
Commerce Redfield; President Sauiuo.
(lonipers of the American Federation of
Labor; Senator Ollie James and llniu
bridge Colby, former progressive loud
er in New York.
Republicans: Nominee Hughes; Col
onel Roosevelt; Medill McCorinick, for
mer progressive leader; Senator Warren
O. Harding of Ohio; Charles .-.umner
Bird and Vice Presidential Nominee
rnirbanks.
Passed Over His Roll
to Avoid Scaring Stork
Chicago, Sept. II. "Not so loud
Here take this." said W. IT. Lucas,
labor union official to a pair of hold
up men who stopped him in front of his
home about midnight, and he handed
them his roll of S10. They hopped In
to aa automobile and drove away.
"My wife's expo-ting the stork and
rather than cause an; excitement I
gave up the money wiWim a fuss,''
Lucas told pollc.
Today, still waiting the important
event, Mrs. Lucas was without knowl
edge of the midnight holdup.
Annie Was Sight Seeing.
Chicago, Sept, 11. Annie Coat, a wid
ow of Memphis, Tenn., told the police
today she lost 2,000 in cash and jew
elry while sight seeing with two men
she met yesterday afternoon at Benton
Harbar, Mich. The police aro search
ing for tte men.
. Yesterday's Results.
At Vnughn street grounds, Portland 3,
3, Snu Francisco 0 5.
At Oakland Salt Lake 3 0, Oak
land 8 I, first game 10 inniugs.
At Los Angeles Los Angeles 3 J,
Vernon 8 0.
Allan Sothoru pitched one hit no
run game for Portland Sunday moruiug.
San Francisco got revenge in the af
ternoon game, however, five to three.
Sepulveda did it by clever base run
ning. Walks figured largely in two defeats
Los Angeles handed Vernon yesterday.
The winning run grabbers got on bases
free both morning ami afternoon.
('adman's high throw let Salt Lake
win the morning game from Oakland.
Errors by Berger, Vann and Boyd
and six walks mado the afternoon af
fair practically a gift to Snlt Lake.
Yesterday's big league star was Geo.
Sisler. His blow drove in two runs for
the Browns nnd ended the long winning
streak of tho White Sox.
Eddie Collins perpetrsted an error
which allowed Sisler his chance to be a
hero.
The Cardinals wound up their season
for home games by" dropping a game
to the cellar champions.
Earl Mosely, a former Federal star
did the heaving for Matty yesterday.
The Pi fates msde eix runs in the
Each Team Has Hard Week
Before It Being Up Against
Strong Ones
THE BIO STICK BATTLE
American League
Player a a H.
Speaker 478 1S2'
Cobb 471 170
Jackson 521 183
National League
Chnso 401 30
Daubert 392 12.5
Whgner 353 111
Pet.
.378
.300
.351
.326
.318
.315
TODAY'S IF TABLE
L.
.575
.502
.550
.597
.586
.564
American
Club pet. W.
Boston 579 .582
Detroit 5iiC .S(jo
Chicago fi!3 .506
National
Brooklyn (101 .605
Philadelphia 590 .593
Boston 508 .571
By H. C. Hamilton
(Tinted Press staff correspondent)
New York Sept. 11. With the end
of the race in the National league on
ly three weeks away,' Brooklyn and
Philadelphia' start this week against
what probably will prove their strong
est opposition.
Brooklyn today is in first place by
the iiMirgin of a game and a half over
Philadelphia. The Braves, minus tho
services of John Evers and with Mar-
anville crippled, nave slipped into third
piuce.
The schedule for todav calls for an
other conflict between the Braves and
Dodgers at Boston and for another
1 nilndelphia-.New orti contest at New
York.
The Brooklyn club lias found the go
ing euy so fnr in lioston. Philadel
phia, on the other hiinil, has found
rough opposition at the munis of the
Wants ami will have to' tight hard to
maintain its position within easy strik
ing distance of the Dodgers.
In the American league Boston gain
ed hull a game on the close following
Tigers, while Detroit was losing to
( levelaiicl. Tho Red Sox, being in
Washington were idle yesterday.
Chicago, which has been coming
strong as a pi ant contender, suffer
ed reversal yesterday at the iiands of
St. Louis and lost some of the benefits
of a winnig streak of seven-games. To
dny the Tigers and Cleveland will
clash again. Boston is scheduled with
the Senators and the White Sox are due
for a conflict with the Browns. Possi
bilities are almost as great in this
race ns in the National league lineup.
Detroit has failed to gnin perceptibly
on the ehninpions who have had weak
teams to play since starting their long
trip. This week they will begin their
finishing series against the strong
teams of the west.
Know this square
end OWL. Then
get this about
cigar shapes 1
An even-burning
cigar, like this,
gives you its best.
Of all cigar shapes
the square-end
cigar is your sor
est even burner.
TheOwl provesit.
i
A cigar which
burns unevenly,
like this, gives you
its worst. The
OWL practically
never burns un
evenly because it's
hand-made in the
square-end shape.
Athlete Hurt By Fall
New York, Sept. 11. Matt McOrath,
tainons weight thrower of the Irish
American Athletic club, and a member
of the New Vork police force, is in a
serious condition todnv as the result
of a fall of eighteen inches yesterday
while ho was trying doors on his beat.
He is-in a hospital with a fractured
spine. McOrath was first in the 56
pound weight throwing mid second
the 16 pound hammer throw at the
senior chnmpionships of the Amateur
Athletic Union nt Newnrk, N. .1., Sat
urday. Successful Racing Season
New York, Sept. 11. The most suc
cessful horse racing season for New
York tracks for several years conies to
a close this afternoon at Belmont Park
The season included ninety nino days
begiuuing with the meet at Jamaica
Park.
Shape alone will
never make a
cigar. But add to
this square-end
shape, 18 months
of curing, long
leaf filler, and
hand workmanship all fea
tures of the Million Dollar
OWL, and you see why it is
such a smooth-and-even-burn-ing,
satisfying smoke.
The Million
Dollar Cigar
M. A. GUNST CS. CO.
INCORPORATED
THE TATTLER
Australian May Come
New York, Sept. 11. Word has
come to local boxing promoters that
l.cs Darcy, Australian boxing sensa
tion, wants to come to the United
States to meet American middleweights
and light heavies. Negotiations for a
bout betweeu Darcy and Uibons ox Dil
lon have been started.
A New Speed King.
Chicago, S pt 11. Hail the flivver
speed king Paul D. H rvey of Oak
Park, 111.
Harvey, racing in what looked to be
a minature edition of Darius Rests 's
Peugeor won two out of three races at
the Ford speedway meet at Maywood
yesterday, averaging 62 1-2 miies an
hour in each contes.. He finished first
in the twenty and fifty mile events.
B. F. Davis of Paris, 111., won the 30
mile rnce.
ninth inning, enough by a single tally
to tear victory out of the Onbs in Chicago.
Speaker snu Cobb ran a dead heat
yesterday while the Indians were thum
ping the Tigers. Neither batting demon
lnnded a safe blow.
Cleveland's victory broke a
streak of some dimensions.
losing
Guisto, new Indian first sacker. made
his first appearance in a Cleveland uni
form. He didn't get any home runs
or singles, either.
He must be a mighty argumentative
person who couldn't agree with the
weather dished out to this section yesterday.
Two or three old familiar faces,
back from tho Mexican border, showed
up in the ball game yesterday.
Only one wise guy has been heard
to state thus far that only a portion of
the Barnum show was hero. This story
is like a bullhead it is always fishy
and it dies hard.
It is evident that over at McMinn
ville niltO OWtierH IIKA ttiiir hnnbova tn-
groaning purposes. Salem folks ap-
I-. ...... 1,4111 mi. it io ait riiu vuuer
way.
The hop pickers are hopping again.
A stewed iirunn n-ua thrown Sii I... o
local police officer a day or two ago.
When One of VOlir frien.la n nnnan
out of sorts be patient with him.- Per
haps he has promised to show his east
ern visitors our beautiful view of the
Cascades, and has not been ablo to do
so because of unfavorable atmospheric
conditions. It is possible even that
the visitors have insinuated that he is
a liar.
SKOOKUM MILK
Pertland, Or., Sept. -11. With four
10 gallon milk cans exuding an odor
of whiskey, as exhibits A, B, and
D for the prosecution, William Mor
gan today fnced trial in police court
on a charge of violating the prohibi
tion law. It is aliened he received
forty gallons of whiskey shipped into
Portland in the milk cans aboard the
steamer F. A. Kilburn.
The Journal Does Job Printing.
Columns and columns are being
printed in the pnpers as to the cause
of infantile paralysis, and yet it ap
pears lo.aa ordinarily intelligent being
that the cause may be summed un in
one word poverty.
Fairbanks Starts On
Long Stumping Tour
Chicago, Sept. 11. Republican Vice
Presidential Nominee Charles W. Fair
banks will open a southwestern stump
ing lour wun a speecu at Springfield,
Mo., late this afternoon. He will
speak tomorrow at Oklahoma City and
later at Tulsa, Okla., Lawrence, Kan
sas, and Kansas City, Mo.
Announcement was made at western
republican headquarters todnv of tie
appointment of F. K. Chandler, Chiea
2o University student, as organizer for
Illinois of the Hughes' college clubs.
EASTWARD
Thru the Inland Empire
Grand Canyon of Col
umbia American Wonderlands
Glacier and Yellow
stone Parks
Round Trips at Low Fares Daily
until Sept. 30 via The North Band
Road. Stopover where you like.
North Bank Rail and
26 Hours Sail
on the ships of DeLuxe Service,
8. S. Northern Pacific and- Great
Northern, for
San Francisco4 $32.00
From any Oregon Electric Ry. point
Ticket includes meals and berth.
This route saves Time and Money
and is a Delightful Trip.
Homeseekers Fares
Sept 24 to Oct. 8 '
From Middle West to Willamette
Valley.
I leJ prepaid tickets. '
3. W. RITCHIE, Agent,
Salem, Oregon
V'-nsW'w ye-.