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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCT. 10, 1916.
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swung hard at the third Btrike. No
runs, one hit, uo errors.
With half an inning the lied Sox
faced a hard task, i'feffor apparently
was in bis best form.
Boston Shorten up, ball one, ball
two, strike one, Shorten flew to Wheat,
who took the ball on the line after a
hard run. lloblitzell up, atrike one, ball
one, lloblitzell out, Olson to Daubert.
Lewis up, ba!l one, Lewis flew to Sten
gel. No rum, no nits, no errors.
Hooper, rf. .....
Janvno, Sb 0
Shorten, cf ,.. 0
lloblitzell, lb 0
Lewis, If 0
Clardner, 3b 1
Scott, ss 0
Thomas, e 0
Mays, p. 0
Foster, p 0
K. BH. PO.
Totals 2 7 24 ltt 1
'Batted for Mays in sixth.
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Gardner was given an error and Olson
a hit. Miller up, ball one, foul, strike
one .Miller sacrificed, Maps to Janvrin.
Olson is on third. Coombs up, C oombs
singled to right, scoring' Olson. It was
a clean drive through the infield. The
crowd leaped to its feet and cheered
tho Brooklyn pitcher. Myers up, Myers
sacrificed, Mays to lloblitzell. Cooius on
second. Daubert up, ball one, ball two,
foul, atrike one, Daubert out, Seott to
lloblitzell. One run, two hits, one er
ror. Olson's bunt was perfect, and he
beat out Gardner's throw, even if it
had been straight to the bag.
Boston Lewis up, strike one, ball
one, l'oul, strike two, ball two, Lewis
flew to Wheat. It was a hard line
drive but straight into Wheat's hands.
Gardner up, strike one, ball one, ball
two, ball three, strike two, Gardner
popped to Mowrey. Seott up, strike one,
Scott out, Coombs to Daubert. No runs,, Brooklyn.
no hits, no errors. Mvers, cf 0
Coombs was working easily and the ' Daubert, lb 1
lied Sox were having a great deal of Stengel, rf ., 0
trouble hitting his curves, which cut Wheat, If 1
the corners, lie mixed them with a Cutshnw, 2b 0
good fast one. jMowfey, 3b 1
Brooklyn Stengel up, ball one, foul,' Olson, ss 1
strike one, foul, strik? two, ball two, MiUer, C 0
buJl three, foul, Stengel fouled out to Coombs, p 0
Gardner. He took tho bull off the tem- pfeffer, p 0
pornry boxes. Wheat up, ball one, ball; -
two, atrike one, ball three, wnent Totals 4 10 27 9 0
walked. It was his second base on onus. . ,
Cutshnw up,- strike one, ball one, ball Run9 nl,d hitg Dy innings:
two, Cutshaw out, Mays to lloblitzell, Boston 000 002 100
Wheat going to second. Mowrey up, u;tjJ 201 102 100
ball one, ball two, atriKe one, OMii,Brookl.vn 001 120 OOx 4
three, strike two, ball four, .uowrey, nts ( j0:t 211 iixi)
walked. Olson up, Olson tripieu io ceii- Summarv: Struck out, by Coombs, 1:
ter, scoring Wheat and .Mowrey. inc-bv Pfeffer, 3; by Mavs, 2; by Foster, 1.
crowd roared ns Olson halted at third. Base on balls, off Coombs, 1: off Mays,
3. Home run, Gardner. Three base hits,
Olson, Hooper, Daubert. Wild pitch,
Foster. Hit. by pitcher, Myers. Hits
off Mays, 7 hits and 4 runs in 5 in
nings; Coombs, 7 hits, 3 runs in 0 1-3 in
nings; Pfeffer, no runs, no hits in 2 2-3
innings; Foster, 2 hits, no runs, in 3
(Continued from page one.)
tunic, worked coolly and stendilv nml
his team mates, strung to the highest
pilch, did superhuman fielding feats nt
time. ' " . '
'Hv" M vers, .used through the cha
or when left headers were opposing the
Dodgers, became a hero. His home run,
smashed to center field in the first in
ning of play, was the only ruu the Dodg
ers registered. His fielding twice saved
the day for Brooklyn, once in the sixth
wheu he dived headforemost after a line
drive off Hooper's bat and snared it.
and again in the ninth when lie cap
tured Hnblitzell's fly after a hard run.
He whipped it to the plate while still
piomtliip season ns an alternate outfield-' ruuniiig, nailing Jnnviin, who was try
Next Friday is Rubber Heel Day. To introduce our
famous live rubber heels we will put them on your
shoes for HALF PRICE 25 cents. Shoes can be
brought in any time before Friday and heels will be,
put on on that day only.
' "BALL BAND" BOOTS AND RUBBERS
Rubbers with double the wear. Every pair guranteed
to give better satisfaction than any boots or rubbers
you have ever owned. Insist on the RED BALL on
all rubber goods.
"WITCH ELK" BOOTS AND DRESS SHOES
For both men and women, the only shoes made of
leather that are absolutely waterproof. We give
positive assurance of wear for every .cent paid for
Ask to see the famous "GROUND GRIPPER" SHOE,
a corrective shoe that gives solid comfort.
Cut Rates on all Repair Work. Two shoemakers,
best of leather, prompt service.
ing to score after tho catch.
Today the situation takes on a new
angle. Brooklyn, powerful all year nt
home and abroad, is coining back from
an unsuccessful period in, Boston. The
Ked Sox, also powerful nt home and
abroad, are leaving their native hearth
to battle on territory they have never
been over before.
Betting circles today are favoring the
Red Sox more than ever in wugers over
tho outcome of the series. Odds of five
to one lire now being offered with few
takers that Carrigan's men will win the
two games necessary to nguin become
champions of the world. The ndvantuge
of two games is considered sufficient
for the advance in the odds.
Boston Hooper, rf.; Janvrin, 2b;
Shorten, cf.; lloblitzell, lb; Lewis, If.;
Gardner, .'lb; Scott, ss.; batteries, Mays
Brookivn Mvers, cf.; Daubert, lb;
Stengel, rf.; Wheat. If.; Cutshaw, 2b
Mowrey, 3b; Olson, s.; batteries,
Coombs and Miller.
Won By Woodmen
In an exciting contest last night on
the alleys of The Club the city bowling
league opened with a victory for the
W, O. W. team over the team of the
II. P. O. K. by the scoro of 20 1M points
to 24-lli. The Woodmen team took all
three games and had nn average of 1
The II. P. t). K. average was 103. The
high score of the contest was rolled by
llenn, of the W. O. W.. who tallied 214
and who had an average of 100.
At eight o'clock this evening the
Printers and the Saleio alley roll nt
The Club mid another exciting match
is expected, in fact the outlook for the
winter's bowling is believed to be ex
ceptiounlly bright ns the teams are well
balanced and liavu good bowling timber
The following table records last
uight ' ' scores:
Totals 735 NtIS Sill 2441'
Team average 103.
W. O. W. Salem
Donaldson Mil Itil
Miller up, Miller out, Scott to ttoont
audi. Two runs, one hit, no errors.
Muvs was pitching poorly. He was in
n hole most of the time. He worked de
liberately, apparently afraid to give
the Brooklvu sluggers a crack nt the
Boston Thomas up, strike one,
Thmnna out. Olson to Daubert. Henrik-
sen. battinir for Mays lit), ball One, ball
two, ball three, ball four, Heuriksen
WSJlked. Hooper up, strike one, uooper
traded, scoring lrenrlksen. The bull
hit the center field wall. Janvrin up,
ball one, .lauvrin popped to Cutshaw. i
Shorten up, striko one, Shorten singled
to center, scoring Hooper, iiouiitzen
up, striko oue, bull one, bull two, llo
blitzell oue, Coombs to Daubert. Two
runs, two hits, no errors.
When Mays was derricked he had
been nicked for-four, runs and' seven
hits. The Dodgers hopped to bis otter-
ings with ti will. Foster now pitching
fur Bsoton. Ill the Boston half of the
sixth Coombs did not appear to be in
as bad shape as Mays when the hitter
was lifted, tnougii lie nuu yu-iueu iu
linns on; two hits.
Brooklyn Coombs up. ball one,
strike one, ball two, ball three, strike
two, Coombs lined to Scott. Myers up,
the game wus delayed while ,1'inpire
O'Day examined the ball, but it was
thrown back to Poster, strike one, foul,
striko two, bull one, ball two. Myers
popped ;to Gardner. Daubert up, ball
one, Daubert .tripled, but was out at
the plate, Lewis to Gardner to Thomas.
No run?; one hit, No errors. It was close
plnv at the plate.
The Brooklyn players gathered a
round O'Duv and protested loudly. The
erowd booed and hissed O'Day as play
ll.tutmi Lewis nn. strike one. strike
two, ball one, Lewis out, Daubert uuus
sisted. Gardner up, strike one, ball one
i.u ..-, drove n. homo run
. .i,a ri.rlit field fence. The ball
on.,.i .. the fence bv ten feet.
o..... i'nnmlu himself called a re
lief i.it.-h'cr from the center field "bull
He apparently reanzeu
Eugene Buyer Gets 1000
Bales This Year's Hops
Frank Heyer, Eugene representative
of T. A. I.ivesloy and company, during
the Intter pnrt of the week shipped
from this city two car loads of hops
which he had bought "' from Kimono
growers. One enr went out Friday, over
the Oregon' Llectrnc, to Aew lork and
the other was shipped from the Friend
ly warehouse over the S. P. to Chicago.
Mr. Heyer hns pnrchnsed 1000 bales
Youth in Face and Figure Vitality and Energy
The World has no need
today for those who grow old
and weary. '
or are tired I
TOT MUST BE PHYSICALLY EFFICIENT TO ADVANCE
EITHER IN BUSINESS OS. SOCIALLY. IT MAKES NO DIITEB
ENCE WHAT YOUR OCCOTATON, HOW THIN OR HOW FAT,
YOVNO OR OLD, I CAN BUILD YOU UP AND BOUND YOU OUT,
OR REDUCE YOU TO YOUB NORMAL WEIGHT.
No Drugs-Nature's Way
MY GUARANTEE IS POSITIVE IF I FAIL TO DO ALL I CLAIM,
THEN MY SEE VICES ABE ABSOLUTELY FBJEE.
Write today for my wonderful booklet on Physical Efficiency and li
wnai a means.
MAYBERT VON DOLSON, Dept. A, Eureka, Calif.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
THE BEST THERE IS IN
of local hops this season and this is
about all that has been bought since in
this section of the valley picking began.
He gave from eight to 11 cents a pound.
FUNERAL OF MRS. WHITE
The funeral of Mrs. Margaret A.
White, who died suddenly Sunday ev
ening nt her home on North Seven
teenth street, will he held Thursday
morning at ten o'clock from the un
dertaking parlors of Webb and Clough
It is still undecided where interment
will be made as both the Jason Lee
cemetery and City View are being con
sidered. Mrs. White was born in Mt. Carniel,
Illinois, 73 years ago. The family came
to Snlem from Payette, Idnho, eight
years ago. Mr. and Mrs. White .celebrat
ed their golden wedding here two years
ago on October 16.
Besides her husband, Airs, w lute j
leuves live sous aim inu imiiuLvis, un
of whom will be here for the funeral.
The daughters are Mrs. Minerva Work
ing of Mill City, ani'-Mrs. Annie Pugh
of Salem. The surviving sons are: Al
va White, Mountain Home, Idaho; ('has. '
W. and William W. White., Fruitland,
Idaho; .George W, White, Konnowiek,
South Dakota and Dr. B. II. Whito of
Kotlce of Review and Equalization of
The state tax commisison will at
tend as a board of equalization at the
capitol in Salem, Oregon, on the third
Monday in October, 1910, and public
ly examine the assessment roll by it
made, and review the same, and cor
rect all errors in valuations, descrip
tions, quantities, or qualities of prop
erty by it assessable, and in apportion
ments of assessments made by it; and
it shall be the duty of the persons
and corporations interested to appear
at the time and place appointed.
Petitions or applications for toe re
duction or change of apportionment of
a particular assessment shall be made
in writing, verified by the oath of the
applicant, its president, secretary, man
aging agent or attorney in fact, nid
be filed with the board during the first
week it is by law required to be in
session, and any petition or application
not so made, verified and filed shall
not be considered or acted upon by the
State Tax Commission, .
By Frank K. Lovell, Secretary.
Oct. 10. -
326 Slate Street
Next to Ladd &
SSj tiliO 20 1
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There U only oue way to cure catarrhal
deafness, aud that is by a constitutional
remedy. Catarrhal Deafuess is caused
by an iuflamed condition of the mucous
lilting of the Kustachiaa Tube. Whea
this tube is inflamed you have a rum
bling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it U entirely closed, Deafness is
the result. Unless the Inflammation
can be reduced and this tube restored
to its normal condition, hearing will be
. destroyed forever. Many eases of deaf
ness are caused by catarrh, which is an
inflamed condition of the mucous sur
faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure acts thro
i the blood on the mucous surfaces of the
We will give One ITundred Dollars
for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that
cannot be cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure.
Circulars free. All Druggists, 75c.
F. J. CI1KXKV t CO.. Toledo, O.
Journal Want Ads Cct Results.
on.l. the.: ball
- n,i. .......... , nhnnrpil ns
was weakening, me v --,
...,..n trnd. to the dUgOUt. t ICI-
f., now Ditchiiitt for Brooklyn. There
1 1, rmia and seven hits
.. i ....... tt.mit mi. strike one. I
ioomo,ip i . .i,' I
...ii . ..k ti.,n flew to Mvers. who-
made a great running catch. Thomas up,
..ii ...r 1..11 f strike one, . foul,i
... V.,.: Vin Z II thre'e. foul, strike three
fanned. We strike was called. One run,.
one hit,! no errors.
, I... 1....I Knen Tmttllllf lots
.... .... I. ,.11 n il !n he wus in tho j
..... ...A ,,l.i not stand the strain.
UU WV - ......
.U .weecded him. USOd
fast ball almost exclusively for the rest
e il.a itantntr 1
Hrookivn-Stengel . up,; II
strike one, four, striue M
flew i. -Hooper. Wheat up, " ! "
. -:u i, llooner fell to nis
guru ." C 'i.:. l,...,.l Cut-
tue Dan :ll
strike one. Wheat stole sec-; M
fell from Thomas iu.u
started from first, cuisnaw,.
i.. - i'..d iuur .WiIHH'U. iv mm
Up, fO.lt lit KC ,. v ... , , ,
oue hit,' no errois. II
.. Eighth Inning !..
Hostou-Foster up. strike c bU II
one. strike two,, ball two. baU threj, II
Foster tanned. The " -" : , M
n . ... s
U "Scratch 'tmCowbov" w
$2500 Cash Prizes $500 Saddle $2500
The Greatest Wild West Show Ever Held. West of the Cascade Mountains
Bucking Contest, Bulldogging, Steer Roping
Full Hundred Champion Riders from the Big Shows at Sheeps
head Bay,' Cheyene and Pendleton
Three carloads of the famous Roach
Bros.' trained bucking horses, used
at the Pendleton show for years, will
be used for the show.
The list of riders includes dozens of
expert cowgirls, including Josephine
Sherry, Bertha Blanchett, Erma Baker
and many others. '
"0V" .fieri II
,p tbis piay y ."''" V" .!ii
Mowrev up, striae ";. " ;
Foster to lloblitzell. No .runs,
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SEE "NIGGER GEORGE," FAMOUS COLORED COWBOY
See the Champions Jackson Sundown. Lee Caldwell, Fred Wier, Bertha
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See the Thrilling Relay Spectacle
ed. Hooper up, . r. one, u --
strike two. foul. Uooper 0 J'
n. Paubert. Janvr.u up. " on,,
strike two, .lauvrin ftmued. AH three
"trlhea were called. No runs, uo hits,
H used a fust breaKiiiK
in ill ill. T
With hl Sl.M! uuru.-...
I.liixell 1'oster pulled down his hiKh
,.!.,. with one hand after a leap i
the air. Miller up. oa"
foul. striKe two, .u.,
ii .i.i:.An n V.ster.
lloblitzell made a w
to the air.
.......r.wl ' t'il-ttt
.1 ... iw.r nn the bail but
eaped i.to the ar and PHed it down
with hij. lert hand. Tfeffer up. 1 fof
for .inic ed to rlBht, the ball hit ;B '
feneo, Mit Hooper held the hit to
single. Mvers tu. strike one, strike two,
bull one, ball two, Myers fanned. He
Fourteen strings of the Best Relay Horses in the Country Competing in Cow
boys' Relay Race, Cowpony Race, Cowgirls Relay Pony Express Race. In
dian Bareback Relay Race, Cowgirls' Pony Race, Squaw Race.
EXCURSION RATES ON ALL LINES TO
OCTOBER 12, 13 AND 14
Admission, including Good Seat, 50c
FREE PARKING SPACE FOR AUTOS. "BRING ALL THE HOME FOLKS"