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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1916.
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PLAY FIRS! TODAY OF
Phillies and Dodgers in Hand
to Hand Fight In Last
V ni ma STICK BATTLE
that do for smokers
what no other cigarette has
ever done for them before
and yet they're MILD
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All kinds of the Northwest Ladders, Lawn Fence
and Gates, Fruit Picking Pails, Orchard Ladders
ana otner orcnard supply, etc., at our Exhibit, on
oiaie rair urounas.
N. W. FENCE & SUPPLY CO.
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a Katner Hard Hike
Hitt's Reach, N. M., Kept. 28. Suf
toring irom blistered feet and tumble
to continue the-hundred mile hike now
being made by the 13,000 guardsmen of
mo lonnsyivnnin division, 300 guards
men were headed back to Fort Miss liv
motor trucks today. More than 000 men
nave been " invalided " back in the
(nice days (or the same cause.
The division made 111 mill's venteidnv
through the rugged passes of the Organ
mouiilnins. The men were forced to
carry their own water supply over the
moiintnin trails owing to the overturn
ing of iimny of the tank trucks on (he
rocky lull roads.
A good little gtory is told of wo
man at (he fair grounds yesterday, who
was introduced to n young Indian nnd
straightway begun asking him ques
tions as to bis studies in the wnv of
rendiu', writin' and 'rithnietie. The
young chnp listened to her respectfully
for a time, and (hen suddenly broke in
to speech. "Madam," ho sa'id, "1 nm
in my senior year at the Washington
state agricultural college at Pullman."
The woman nt this point in the conver
sation remembered another engagement
nnd the others of the. pnrtv giggled
guardedly in their sleeves.
I'layer. AB. ir.
Speaker 631 ' 205
Cobb 527 193
Jacksoi 570 lyu
riayer. AB. II.
Chase 527 178
Daubert 449 144
Wheat 547 174
TODAY'S IF TABLE
Club. Today. W.
Boston 095" .597
Chicago 573 .570
Detroit 503 ....
I'layer. Pet. F.veu. W. I..
Brooklyn ... .012 015 .008
Philadelphia .004 007 .000
Boston 592 .590 .597 .583
$ TODAY'S BALL SCORES I
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Phillies Beat Dodgers.
By H. C. Hamilton,
Ebbets Field, Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept.
28. Pat Mornn's Phillies advanced to
within half a gamo of the leadership
of tho National league this afternoon
when they trounced the Brooklyn
Dodgers in tho first game of their
three game series here this nfternoou.
Wijh Alexander in the box the Phil
lies won 8 to 4.
Twenty thousand wild eyed fans
Viewed the battle, which at times
seemed likely to turn most anyway,
i no ramies jumped into the lead
with three runs in the second innine.
but the Dodgers choked the bases with
men in the fifth tund became menacing.
i despite the fact that by this time the
1 In Hum hud piled up seven runs.
'tagged fielding in spots, which, has
cropped out again today ,ind was re
sponsible for much of their trouble.
Musical Comedy, Minstrel and
A $1.00 Show at 25c and 35c
LISTEN FOR THE BAND
By H. 0. Hamilton.
(United Press stuff correspondent.)
iev iorK, sept. zn. The supreme
tent of n season will be applied to tue
MrooKiyn Dodgers this afternoon.
With a day off under their belts nnd
with every man in condition to play the
game ot 11 is lite the Phillies will meet
the Dodgers in the first uf n three game
series which probably will decide the
National league championship.
The standing today found Brooklyn
lending the league by n game and a half
over (he Phillies. They added half a
game to their weak hold by winning on
the day dedicated to the laying of
ghosts by Charles Ebbets and Joe Tin
ker. This afternoon probably will find
llube Mniipimil pitted against drover
Cleveland Alexander. Mnrqunrd was
given a rest yesterday by Robinson nnd
sherod Smith was sent out to haul down
the colors of the Cubs. It was -Mar-
quard'a day to work, but he was saved
fur the lid- lifting ceremonies tiuuiust
the Phillies. Alexander, who has turn
ed back National league clubs 15 times
this seuson in shutout games, has not
worked since Saturday when ho twice
defeated the Reds.
The Dodgers, after leading the Na
tional league parade 'for five months,
surmounting obstacles nt the crucial mo
ments nnd then dropped into weird play
which snatched their foundation from
under them, find themselves confronted
by tho most gruelling series of the sea
If they ena take' n majority of the
three games they will have a lead which
will mnke them favorites for the pen
nant. And the same gofts for the Phil
lies. The Giants will close the season
with the Dodgers and 'those Giants, it
must bo admitted, stand well up in Na
tional lengtie society.
In the American league today it is
simply a case of beginning where they
left off yesterday. The Red Sox, Hav
ing drawn half a game nearer to the
Johnson flag, engage the Yankees again
Detroit will be idle but tho White Sox
will meet Cleveland, i Two games and a
half now stand between Bill Carrigan
and another world's series pie.
JncK Hurry, Red Sox second sacker,
was in unitorni yesterdny and is ex
pected to be back in the thick of the
struggle before (he week is over. His
return (o (he line-up will strengthen the
Giants Make it Twenty-five.
New York, Sept. 28. Two shutout
victories pitched by Jeff Tesreau and
T (Fred Schupp this afternoon extended (he
A.,., i um uiuuta luiuiiinnuic DLiiug
of consecutive victories to 25. The Bos
ton Braves were the victims in both
ends of a double header, 2 to 0 and 6
In winning the second game, Fredie
Schupp held the Braves to one hit,
scoring Ins sixth successive remarkable
victory. He has held his opponents to
an average of less than three hits a
Tesrenu had a pitching duel with Ru
dolph before (he first game went to
the Giants, 2 to 0. The big Giant twirl
er held the Braves to six hits, Rudolph
yielding a like number. The Giants
landed on Regan hard in the third in
ning or the second game, scoring five
runs. Schupp was u regular Gibraltar
nnd turned the Braves back in order
inning after inning. New York played
errorless ball behind him.
The Brnves winning streak which had
reached six games was broken by the
double defeat. The Ginnts are now with
in threo games of all existing records
for consecutive victories, both minor
league and major and have exceeded
by five games the previous big league
All This Week
First game R. H.
Boston 0 li
New Yro k 2 0
Hudolph anil Gowdv; Tesrenu and
Second game R. 11. V
Boston 0 1
New York 0 8 0
Rngan, N'ehf ami Gowdv, Blackburn
Schupp nnd .MeCarty, Kocher.
mostly in one pair of trousers and a
revolver, Mr. Pade gave chase and soou
halted the wondering Willies. It ap
pears that the languago used by Mr.
Pade offended the tramp wearing tho
Sunday clothes and it was only by the
persuasive use of the revolver that ho
was induced to return to the tent, di
vest himself of the Pade good clothes
and stmt on his way with his wander
ing Willie garments.
t Court House News $
llary h. Sybeldon, administratrix of.
the state of Mary A. Gates, deceas
ed, lias been ordered by the county
court to sell real estate belonging to
of Oregon Hop Growers association vs.
Dick, has been enjoined from selling
his crop of hops by order of Judgo
Biishey of the county court.
R. H. E.
Philadelphia 8 9 !
Brooklyn 4 0 !
Alexander nnd Killit'er: Cheney
Coombs and Miller.
No other scheduled.
Pacitic Coast League Standings
W. L. Pet.
l.os Angeles 101 07 .001
Vernon 100 74 .575
Portland 80 81 .497
Salt Lake 82 84 .494
Mogridge and Wallers:
Cady. (10 innings.)
Gallin and Henry;
4 8 .8
1 5 3
A request has been filed with the
county clerk by the plaintiff in the
case of Henry Meister vs. Fred .T. Mil
ler (hat the case be placed upon the Lllurnld fuse nf Hnhlmnl
i r in i aocKei.
Oscar Pick, defendunt in the case
Action for divorce has bein filed in
the circuit jjourt by Pauline J. o.lsso-i
against Louis U. Josse.
The demand for hunter's licenses
continues strong at the office of the
county clerk. The following were grant
ed licenses this morning: Miller B.
Ilnyden, J. A. Bamble and Carl K. Tay
lor of Snlem: Leo Connor, John Dav
idson, L. A. Buysorie, I. F. Buyserie,
Ambrose Connor nnd Francis Connor
of St. Paul j Clement t'rnne, Joseph,
Wolf, George Doit., J. A. James, ('. W.
James of Aumsville; K. K. Hurtness
and J. C. Ritchey of Silverton; L. D.
Kunlile, Flmer Schmucker, Ernest
Scholz, Pete Mathias and Albert SmitU
of Aurora; James Ryan and ClifiSel
Case of Donald; Joe Ranch and Tims.
Harrison of Gervais; Peter DeHuire of
Wondhurn; Gene Bowman of Shelburn;
J. B. Farr of
Waeonda; H. ('. Baches of Amity; M.
J. MVCormick of West Woodburu;
Bruce Bowne of Turner.
Chicago-Cleveland postponed, rnio.
No other scheduled.
Engagement Extraordinary SSi Grand Theatre
in 1 1 reels with 1000 thrills. Brought direct in its entirety from a
.uu. nttiw enSoSciiiKiii ai me newg ineatre, Portland, Oregon
J Prices Same as in Portland, 25c, 50c, 75c. Reserved Seat Sale Opens Today
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To have one's Sunday clothes stolen
from a slcepiiij! tent while taking a
bath in the house is n hard luck story,
but that is exnetly what happened to
Hen Pade, of the V. W. Moore furni
ture s(ore, at his home yesterday morn
ing at about 11 o'clock. While taking
the bath Mr. Pade heard a noise, in the
back yard and looked out just in time
to see two hoboes leaving, one of thein
wearing his best suit of clothes. Clad
The fool and his money form n com
bination that keeps the rest of the world
Judges of the State Fair Butter Exhibit.
Butter Awards Made.
The judges of tho butter exhibits
completed their work Inst night,
awarding first premium for but(er to
the Marion Creamery -of Salem, with
a score of 93.935 per cent.
Coos county was given second nward,
with a score of 93.00 per cent. A. A.
Oswald of the Hnzelwood Creamery, was
third, with a score of 93.5. Mr. Boin,
of Coquille, fourth, with 92.60 per cent,
linsm'ussen, of Portland; fifth, with 02.5
per cent, and S. O. Rice, of Mt. Angel,
sixth,witli 91 per cent.
The judges, T. S. Townsend, of Port
land, C Shallinger nnd O. B. Neptune,
declared the'exhibit splendid and said
they were obliged to go into the fine
details in order to place the first
LAST TIMES TODAY
See New and Used
on display at 341 N. Commer
cial street. We take your old
furniture in exchange for new
and allow the highest price.
New Furniture for Less
E. L. Stiff & Son,
- 341 North Commercial
Managed by Frank Richter