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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1916.
Sunday, Oct 1, Open Season for Pheasants
I And shooting season will be in full swing. How is your gun, clothes, ammunition,
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nere are a rew Reminders
Shot 'Gun Shells
Owing to our buying in
large quantities, we get
special load which will
be a great help to any
sportsman using them.
Any powder or load.
Come in and let us con
I ; HA USER BROS., :: 372 State Street f
TODAY'S GAME MAY
AH Fandom Watching Phillies
and Dodgers Battle
! Watching the Scoreboard I
THE MARKETS $
THE BIO STICK BATTLE
Plover. AB. H.
Speaker 531 205
Cobb 527 193
Juekson 57(3 190
Plaver. - AB. K.
Chase 527 178
Doubert 452 140
Wheat 551 174
Long before the end of the Nineteen-!3ixteen sea
son Buick purchasers will possess upwards of
80,000 Nineteen-Sixteen Valve-in-Head Sixes. Mer
itorious performances of past Buicks will have sold
many of them. Buick power and Buick beauty will
have sold others. .But the majority of these men
will become owners of Buick Sixes primarily be
cause they are convinced that the fourteen years of
steadfast progress and unchanged faith in the
Valve-in-Head principle of motor car construction
has placed the Buick in a class far ahead of all
Otto J. Wilson
Buick Garage . .
Center and Com'l Sts.
On display at
State Fair Auto Show
I Loi't fMSS
REFLEX SLICKER 3.
will keep yoi dry aid
OUR 80U YEAR
A.J. TOWER CO. BOSTON
TODAY'S IF TABLE
Club. Tod a v. Even. Y. L.
Boston 591 503 ,587
Chicago . .. .573 .572 .5751 .5H6
Detroit 5l!3 5b'6 .59
Brooklyn . .
Boston . . .
New York .
j Are You Going Hunting?
Here Is What You Will Need:
Hunting Coat and Pants
High Boots or Leggins
Dog Whistle, Collar and Chain.
We have everything you will need for the day.
"flllrtS AND AMMUNITION
ino To Bicvt7Ty
126 South Commercial Street.
BAIN STOPPED GAME.
By H. 0. Hamilton,
(United Press stuff correspond 't.)
Kbbets Field, Brooklyn, N.
Y., Sept. 29. A driving rain
storm which had threatened
throughout the day broke over
Ebbets Picld in the middle of
the second inning of the
Brooklyn Philadelphia game,
submerging the diamond, and
temporarily burying the hatchet
between the two contenders.
Two games will be scheduled
tomorrow. Alexander, the greut,
will be sent back against the
Dodgers in at least one of the
The first game will be
played at 10:30 in the morning,
and the second at 3 o'clock,
Giants Have Chance
to Break Records
- New York, Sept. 29. With a record
of 25 consecutive victories, the New
York Giants are now in a position to
capture third place from the Boston
Braves, and at the samo time establish
another new record.
If they defeat the Brnves today and
tomorrow they will have beaten the run
or straight victories piled up in 1902 by
the Corsicana, Texas, club, when they
won 27, The Uiauis and Braves still
By H. C. Hamilton.
(United Press staff correspondent.)
New York, Sept. 29. Only one point
behind the Brooklyn Dodgers and with
the advantage of the "jump" game' of
the all-important series tucked awny
the Phillies stand poised today to drive
their way into first place in the Ja
The Dodgers cracked badly through
their collision with the fast traveling
Phillies yesterday, but are prepared to
fight desperately tor the struggle today.
which will spell whether they retain.
their lead or kid into second plnce.
Twenty thousand rabid fans yelled,
cheered and then groaned and moaned
as the Dodger machine showed fine
form, began to hit bumps and finally
cracked open yesterday. Today they are
looking to Kube .Maripiard, Jolt rtetter
or Sherrod Smith to take the mound and
regain the lost ground.
On today s gume may hang the result
of the pennant race,
The Phillies erg likely to present
Eppa Kixey as their pitching choice
and when Kixey is right, he is hturd. to
Nerve was the biggest factor in pull
iug the Dodgers off their lofty perch
Lurry jneney wno nas lurueu in vie
tory after victory of late who has pitch
ed his way past other tense situations.
faltered in the second inning and com
pletely gave way in the third. Two hits
an error and a sacrifice fly in the sec
ond inning, apparently unnerved him
and when Kixey is right, he is hard to
lost everything. Due man hit safely
and Cheney walked two and uncorked
a wild pitch before Jack Coombs was
called into the box.
Meanwhile Grover Cleveland Alex
ander was pitching steadily, unruffled
by the fact that he was otiiciuting
a game which might menu a world'!
series for the victorious club. He was
bucked by brilliant fielding. Bancroft
luehoff and 1'nbkert sparkled all alt
ernoon. Good weather was again on tup for
today 'b game. After an extended cold
snap, the sun is beginning to get bark
in August form. With the heat oiling
up pitching arms and hiking the kinks
out of muscles, the remnining games
of the series will be plnyed under ideal
In the American league, the Red Sox
have slipped slightly. Three games must
bo added to the Ked Sox victory column
before they will have the penmuit cinch
ed, in case the White. Sox win all their
remnining contents. The Yankees down
ed the leaders yesterday an. I are billed
for another contest with them toduv.
Pacific CoCast League Standings.
W. L. Pet.
Los Angeles 102 67 .604
Vernon 100 75 .571
Portland 81 81 .500
Salt Lake 82 85 .491
San Francisco 86 90. 4S9
Oakland : 03 116 .352
At Vaughn street Portland 6, Ver
At Oakland Oakland 5, San Fran
At Los Angeles Los Angeles 6, Salt
Maggcrt's twin sacller in the eighth
gave Los Angeles another frait Luxe
That's three scalps this week. Hair
restorer is in demand around the Bee
tzar Nichols has nothing on I'ltclier
Allen Sothoron of Portland when it
comes to despotism.
He had the Vernon Tigers obeying
his will all afternoon, ozoned eleve?
and allowed two hits. Score six to
. Vernon scored its ace on Bill
Rodgers error, following Bates double.
Oakland landed on Steen for tour
hits and three runs in the ninth, over
coming a two tally lead and beating
the Seals 5 to 4.
Bennv Kauff stoned to the plate in
the third inning of the second Braves-
Giants game and whanged the ball to
deen center field with tne oases iuh
It was the violet's ninth circuit swat
of the vear.
Onlv one hit was slaniicd out orr ine
delivery of Ferdie Sehtipp, who twirled
the Giants to their 2!ith consecutive
victory in the second contest.
Thirtv five thousand fans journeyed
to the Polo Grounds to see the Braves
and Giants, while the best of the
Dodgers could muster was about 20,000.
Tho Phillies played better ball at
svery stage of the game in taking the
oDenine encounter from tne uoagers,
Alexander niteheu gooa unseimu
and besides lammed out a hit that
swept the bases clean in the fourth.
The Yanks yanked the Ked tsx
down half a game in their dash to the
world s series.
1 S eta. Mod, tor SO el.
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There is nothing new to relate today
regarding the market situation. Grniu
holding at the new high level, tne
live stock market rameins urn-hanged
and about the only thing new in vege
tables is the reduced price of green
Oats, new r
horts, per ton
Hay, timothy, .
Butterfat . Sic
Creamery butter, per pound 34c
Country butter ... ... 2527c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, case count, cash 32c
ggs, trade 34c
Heno, pound 12!il3VjC
Roosters, old, per pound He
Broilers, under 2 pounds . UVjt
Broilers, 1 lb, or less Kiel
MATH'S Wonderful Bemedy.
Dose Will Convince You.
Mavr's Wonderful Remedy Is well
known throughout the country. Many
thousand people have taken it for
Stomach, Liver and Intestinal Ailments
und ' report marvelous results and are
highly praising it to others. Astonish'
inif benefits sufferers have have re
ceived even from one dose are heard
everywhere and explain its tremendous
sale to more than a million people. i
rarely ever fails and those afflicted
with Stomach, Liver and Intestinal Ail
nients, Indigestion, Gus in the Stomach
and intestines, .Dizziness, i-ainun
Constipation, etc., should by all means
try this reniciy. Aiayr s wonacnui
Kemeo y gives permanent results xor
stomach, liver and intestinal ailments.
ftat as nnifo and whatever you UK
No more distress after eating, pressure
of gas in the stomach and around the
heart. Get ontf bottle of your druggisl
now and try it on an absolute guuran
tee if not satisfactory money will be
returned. J. O. Perry, 115 S. Com'l St.
have three games in the present series.
The Giants have seven games left on
their schedule, four with Brooklyn and
three with the Brnves. If they take the
three from the Braves, they will he in
third place. If Brooklyn loses the next
two games to Philadelphia at tne same
time, tlicv will stand two games and a
half behind tho Dodgers, who then would
be in second plnce. Then the Gmnts are
billed to meet the Dodgers. If they can
turn in four straight victories over the
Dodgers and should the Braves help out
by defeating the Phillies five games out
of six in their last ries, the Giants
will be tied for first place on the last
day of the season. They ran win the
pennant if the Braves take all six games
from the Phillies, provided the other
foregoing things happen.
LHotel Buss Boy Runs
Amuck In Chicago
Chicago. Sept. 29. The Congress ho
tel was thrown in an uproar shortly
after noon today when Angelo Corne
lius, a buss boy at the hotel, shot two
officers after crushing a waiter's skull
with a coffee pot, following a quar
rel in the kitchen of the fashionable
Cornelius was chased across the al
ley by a house detective, Ftank Bruek
and after running up several flights
turned and fired at the detectfve.
wounding him in the abdomen. Several
policemen followed snd Joseph Carlisle
a policeman, was shot in the leg by
The boy was shot by a policeman
and is in a dangerous condition. The
2S2 State St. Phone 4S1
. SALEM, OREGON ?0j;.xnmm Soro,i"' u "ol cxr'w,"'
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, aid
not what is paid to the producer.
All other ' prices are those paid the
producer. Corrections are made
C.B. Ellsworth 0
495 Court Street,
We clean, reblock and
trim Ladies and
Men's Hats. All work
guaranteed. Out of
town Work- given
Pork, Veal and Mutton.
Tomatoes, Oregon 40c
Pork, dressed ll(g)iz l-ft
Pork, on foot 8 l-20c
irpriug lambs, 1-918 77 l-4
Cows 3 l-24c
Bulls i(ai 1-4
Ewes 44 l-2t
Wethers S l-2c
Tomatoes, Oregon 40c
Cucumbers .. . 40c
String garlie 15c
Potatoos, sweet , 3c
Green onions 40
Green peppers 4c
Carrots, dozen 40s
Muskmelons . - $1.25
Peaches, Oregon 2500c
Oranges, Valencies 4.(3 1
Lemons, per box $tf.507.00
Cantaloupes, per box $1.25
Bananas, pound M
California, grapo fruit $3.50
Florida grape fruit So.uu
Honey - a3.au
Be tall Prices.
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 40c
Sugar, cane $7.00
Sugar, beet $7.70
Creamery butter 40e
Flour, hard wheat $1.70(di2.05
Flour, valloy $1.45u'l.(i5
See beautiful F'uff Bugs made
of old carpets, on display at tho
Fair. Sco what beautiful Fluff
Rugs that can bo made of your
old worn carpet.
For information or orders. Will
remain in Salem a few days
after tho Fuir.
Old Shoes made new;
New Shoes made water
proof. We use all A-l
leather in our repair
work. Satisfaction guar
anteed. - A Salem house
deserves Salem patron
age. Ray & Emerick
474 Court Street.
Portland, Dr., Sept. L'fl.
Wheat Club $1.27
Red Russian $1.24
Outs No. 1 white feed if27
.Barley, feed $34
Hogs, best live $10
Prime Bteers $7
Fancy cows $5.50
Spring lambs $8.75
Butter city creamery 35e
Eggs selected loial ex. 37 iiS)-IOc
Broilers lt"r 1 7
New Today ads in tho Journal
will be read in all live Marion
Thirty Armed Mexicans
Found This Side Line
Washington, Sept. 29 Thirty armed
Mexicans, belonging to the command
of Colonel Revel, a Carranza offieor,
were found concealed in the brush two
miles west of Valuta, Tcias, by a pa
trol of the Kighth cavalry yesterday,
Gen. Fiinstou reported to the war de
The Mexicans wero dismounted, Fun
ston imid, and were conceulcd except
lone, mounted on a burro, wus on guard.
The Mexicans retreated across the Rio
Grande when discovered. The mounteit
.Mexican left so hurriedly, Funstoii de
clared, that be left his burro, lie alio
left a carbine, iiiurked "Troop K",
Tenth cavalry , the colored troop
that was engaged in the Cnrnznl bat
tle. No shots were fired on either
WHEN YOU SAY
You must surely think of the two most
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Bishop All Wool Clothes
Values $15 to $30
This season they are proving
their worth in quality, style ana
color. Both lines to be found
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