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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON Monday, September 9, 1913.
Was Hardly Able To Work Be
fore Ih Began Taking
"More by the Voir
Less by the Year"
K.nergctic, High-Speed Executive to taan lie di
tribution to 2.0 Motion Picture Theaters in thi
dUtriet of The Mayor of Filbert, an absorbing
$'J00,OW, eight-reel Trian gle Special on the li
uor question. Must know how to ileal with local
committees and to handle banker, ami big busi
ness men au, ileal with the political situation
with judgment and discretion.
One man if he is bi? enough and fast enough
cau orgnuize and put this through It is too
immediate too important a job to be handled
in usual trade channels.
To fall in with the advertising plnn and take
full advantage of the present situation, local dis
tributors must be taking contracts and settling
dates on this picture, in vvery part of the
fnited States, wilkin fifteen days. So we are
looking fr the right man in 100 districts.
Large immediate profits for the successful
No matter what your present business inter
estshere's a chance for you. and a few friends
to get into the profit end of the Motion Picture
business on your own account in your own dis
trict, that hasn't come before; wouldn't have
feme now lint for the impossibility of letting this
picture take its turn in the routine of distribu
tion f of Speed Is Vital
We shall close quickly. A telegram now (not to
morrow) niny make all the difference. Address
TRIANGLE FILM CORPORATION
Room 8031437. Broadway, New York
wants equal rights. The allies ore
criminally illusioned if they think they
will bent Germany. "
;Continued from page one)
Want World's League.
.Stockholm, Sept. 9. Mntthiim F.rz
licrger, leader of the German centrist
party in the reichstng, in an Interview
lias declared himself in favor of a
leugue of nations idea.
"1 .personally ugree with Karl Grey's
wh o fur a league of nations,'' Krz-
beiger said. "Germany is not aiming
to attain" world domination- She only
German Prince Was
Killed Li Recent Battle
London, S'pt. It. Prince Fer
dinand of llolienlolie has been
killed in action at the front,
according to the Cologne Gaz
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TER TUESDAY FOK THREE DAYS
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Summon! all the furccs and resources of the Republic to
the defense of Freedom
THE OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
which the Tinted Sl.Ucs authorities have ranked as one of the '
fifteen disliiifui.died institutions nf the country fur excellence in
military training, h.-.s responded to the call. The College it
distinguished nul only for lis inililary instruction, but
Distinguished also ior
lu strong industrial courses for men and for women:
lit Agriculture, CutnuierLe, l-'.niiinccriiiK. l-'areitry
ltMruc Kionumict, Mining, Pharmacy, and
Its wholesome, purposeful student life. v
Its democratic college spirit.
Its successful graduates.
Students enrolled last year, 3453; stars on its service flags, 1238,
over forty percent representing officers.
Collets open September 23, 191d
For canl'ii. n lllutlraltJ ltiKikUt, aud utlier information write to the Reniitrar, Corvtllii, Oregon
RED SOX DEFEAT
(Continued from page one)
Flack was caugh't off first, Airnetv to
Mcliinii--. Agnew signalled for a pitch-
out and Flack was nubbed as he
for the bug. Ball one on
Hiean doubled to left. The ball bit the
fence and bounded buck to Mann.
Wtrunk u. Ball one. Ball two. Strike
One, called. Ball three. Strike two call
ed. Stiunk funned. He swung at the
lid, last- one, the onlv one he tried for.
i... r.,ii ! Whiteman up. SStriko one, called. White
Mann. LttlJ ... . ' , , ...
"When I started taking Tanlac 1
was so weak I could hardly do any
thins; at all, and it has not only almost
made a new man of me, but I have
Xaiucd twenty four pounds besides,"
said Charles E. Schaffer, an employee
of the Grant Smith-Porter Ship Build
in company, living at 508 West Charles
ton street, Portland, Ore-, the other
"A little over a year ago,"' he con
tinued, "I suffered from a bad case
of la grippe that pulled me down till
I was hardly fit for a thing. I lost my
appetite and what little 1 managed to
force down soured on my stomach and
felt as hard as a lump of lead in me.
and 1 was miserable niht and day
Then several weeks ago I hail an awful
attack of tonsilitis that had me so bad
I eouldii 't swallow a bit of nourish
ment for ten days, and it came near
putting mo out of business. I felt tired
and wornout all the time and lost ev
ery spark of energy I ever had. When
1 went to bed I would roll and toss so
much that I never got a good right's
sleep, in fact I bavenVt been able to
sleep much in the last three or four
years, and I always got up in the mom
ings feeling just as bad as when I
went to bed. I lost considerable in
weight and got so weak and rundown
that at last 1 just had to quit working
"1 read so much ahout the good Tan
lac was doing others that I decided to
try a buttle. 1 began to pick up right
smartly from the very first, and in a
little while I had my appetite back and
was eating and enjoying my meals, and
even-thing now agrees with me. I get
as hungry as a bear in three hours af
ter eating a hearty breakfast, and my
food is building me up something won
derful. T sleep like a log ail night and
got up in the mornings feeling just
fine nud dandv. I am fast, getting back
my old time energy, and have already
got n number of my friends started on
Tanlac, and expect to keep on boosting
Tanlac is sold in Hubbard by Hub
bard Drug Co., in Mt. Angei Ty Hen
Gooch, in Qervaia by John Kelly, in
Turner by H. P. Cornelius, in wood
bum by Lymnn II. Shorey, in Salem
by Dr. S. C. Stone, in Silvcrton by Geo.
A. Steelhammer, in untes Dy Mrs. J.
P. MeCurdy and in Stayton by C. A.
GLAZED Kid Blu
cher. Cap Toe.
Single Sole. Medium
I Miean double was a powerful blow,
, and a mean one to handle. Mniin placed
and held the runner at
two, Strike, two. Hull three. Mann foul
ed to Mi Innis. No runs, one hit, no
flack v.as tnc first victim ot Ag-t;t perfectly
ui'.w uuriiig too seiii-s ne uits 1 iciiiu-ui- j .geeond.
ly called for pitchouts but with no re- j Second liming.
sul,s- ,, tll ., I 'Chicago; Packert up. Hall one.
Boston: Hooper up. Hall one. Striko striUo one swung. Paskert out, Kuth
one. Hall two. Ball three. .Strike two. j ,0 e Inn is. He laid down an easy
called, liefer Hew to Thick. It was i ,,,,,,.. M,,rkc Ball one. Ball two.
a high fly easily handled. Mhenn up. ctrikn one, called. Merkle out Scott
Hall one. Strike one, called. Ball two. to ivi c- ntiia. His effort was a grounder
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second. Kuth up. Bal lone. Ball two.
Hull three. Sirike one, called. SStrike
two eall"d. Ruth tripled to right, scor
ing Whiteman and ilelnnis. The hit
went fur over Flack and rolled up to
the fence. It was Kuth's first hit of
the serie. but it was a whale of a
blow. The crowd went wild. Scott up.
Strike one, railed. Hall one. Foul, strike
two. Foul Ball two. Ball three. Foul.
Scott flew to Paskert. Two runs, one
directly at the shortotop. Pick up. I niT " 01 "1S" t,
Strike one nwun. Ball one. Foul, strike , lne two 'T ",e , T
two. Hall two. Pick beat out a hit the results ot the only two bases on
down the third base line. Thomas made bttlls T-vI", h "T'1 8n'1 R,"t?!
0 quick play and snap throw but Pick's K''oat s"1!lsh; TY' W u t 8
speed guvt- him a hit. Deal up. flail L"1'"' 8 , 1 , i '
one. Strike one, called. Deal singled ,n,t IijtU ",!lde 1,0 cffwt to t.akc a'1"
to left, Pick takinir second. The ball valltaS ot 'I;.... . ,
was a line drive .between third and , . 1UW inning,
short. Killifer up. Strike one, called. WK.: I''k up. Strike one, called.
Hall one. Killifer hit to Scott and Pick ltk he?. 0,lt n,,I!f":1 hlt sec,!" i
wos out off third Scott to Thomas Ko t vvas h's 8Moml 'f Ma. ctJ.- Deal
runs, two hits, no errors. "! Wr.ke one, called. Deal ilew to
Killifer'., blow would .probably have n ,l X"? '
been good for a hit had there not , f .. J.
been a force play at third. The ball wIu doubl,,'f1 Kllllfcr t0 Mt'Inl"8"
was hit deeply. rs- on hlt 110 cn0"" ., .
Boston: Me Innis up. Mclnnis flew , ' . F' . ,,
to llolloeher on the first ball pitched. 1 nomn lmx 10 HrKa a.
llolloeher run to the left field foul ' v ,7 " h V J . ! i-
lino to (;et tho ball. Ruth up. Boll one. f ei-Kie. nia enor i. so , m tue him
St tike one, swung. Hall two. Ball hal , was ca3lly '1!,m"t',.i1" Hooper up.
three. Strike two? .wuiir. Foul, Ruth s,trlko tw0- cal.1?.d-
out, Pick 'to Merkle. Pick speared IlooPer tlew to lluck' 1,0 tm no h,lfa
Kuth's grounder with his gloved hand. n0 J, a i r
Scott up. Scott out, Deal to Merkle. V . L . nv K M,l'IM V,.
Nro runs, no hits, no errors. Tyler's ottering instead or waiting
Until hit two with some force. Ias '"'' d iwviousiy.
Third Inning. ... , "u ' ,
Chicago: Tyler up. Ball one. Hall two I . -'lueugo: i.vier up. xy.er wa.Keu ior
Ball three. Strike one, called. Tvler sf oa ,nmt'" "P; OI"h" "V'
walked. Fla. k up. Strike one. called. Hl?d" Ba,n onp" 1,ek , fo"'ed, .Tyler
Foul, strike two. Bull one. Foul, Flaek u,,tl,., "lailc ,a ual'
forced Tyler. Scott to Shean. The Sox M tNi lorwaru a u, reaencu ,. o
made an attempt to Ket Flack, ,nU ! bag ahead ot Tyler llolloeher up. Ball
jshean's throw pulled Mel.mis off the I?"?: N"Keron p; " 11 l" f uul
bag. Hollocher 'up. Ball one, ball two, 5a ' ": F.0" ." ?"Z i
llolloeher out. JIcliuns unassisted. lu ' ? . . ,
Flack taking second. There was no one wl'nl " ' ,uo V 1 . 7
at second lx.se to take a throw from Man" "I1" Mann out, Thomas to
Mclnnis. Mann up. Ball one. Flack was M""ms; '-
caught off second Ruth to Scott. No """ arlve "
runs, no hits, no errors. rectly nt Thomas and for an instant ap-
Flack protested when Hildebrond a xo u.l,a ,e u",l ,,
waved him out and kept up a running ,Ti Tt T V i?
fire of chatter as he too hi. place. 8,tal ? a,hard 8"lttsh"1 8tr""k
. luol f,-. li-Hrt nun mnile n one nnnn-
lioston: Tliomns up. Thomas flew to v"' ,, , ,, , "-, . ui.. .
Hollocher on the first ball pitched. Ag- "e ca,'" u! r"m- 8,r l"u" T- "A
new flew to Mann, who ran back near J,ri"lk '. l1 "e the
center to get tho long drive. Hooper first bal1 Ilt,died- t'n.anup. h.te
up. Hooper out Merkle to Tyler. No "!an out lT to Morkle' 0 nms' u0
run., no hits no errors. h,t: no 't0TS-
The Sox were retired in quick sue-' .'ue ul " re fV'" " Vul
eession. I wo tly balls and an easy in- r V . - B
fii,i o,....,,.,..,.! ,.,. i in toe sccring line.
Fourth Innlnjf. seventn inning t nicago: rasneri up
Chicago: Mann up. Mann out, Thorn-. Bal1 one, strike one, called; foul, strike
as to Mclnnis. He hit the first ball. "" ium- mshvii um. oct.iv m
Paskert no. sti-ik.. one. swim. Bull s. Scott again made a last play, xer
otic, ltall two. Paskert out Scott to kl UP- Bal1 0IU; foul stlik one foBl
Mclnnis. Scott took the sniajh over,'"11 w: bal1 two. foul lla11 ,hrcc-
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second base and snapped it to first.
Merkle up. Ball one. Merkle flew to
Whiteman. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Scott's play on Paskert was one of
the series' greatest fielding exhibi
tions. It appeared he didn't have a
ehange to get the ball, but he threw
Boston: Shean up. Ball one. Ball two.
Strike one. called. Ball three. Shean
walked. 8trunk up. Foul, strike one.
Ball one. Foul, strike two. Strunk flew
to Paskert. Whiteman up. Ball one.
Shean stole seeond. The official scor
er called it a passed ball, and stolen
base. Ball two. strike one swung. Ball
three. Whiteman walked. It was Ty
ler's second base on balls. Mclnnis up.
Bnll one. Mclnnis forced thean at
third. Tyler to Deal. Whiteman took
Merkle walked. Zeider batted for Piek.
3 -f rn(Taa
instead w w"
Ball one, ball two, strike onv, called;
ball three. Zeider walked. O'Farrell bat
ting for Deal. Strike one, called. O'Far
rell forced eZitler, Scott to Shean and
was iloubk'd at first to Mclnnis. Xo
runs, no hits, no errors.
The piny on O'Farrell had to bt
lightning fast for the ball was hit hard
to deep short. It was the second double
play of the gamv.
Seventh inning Boston: Mclnnis up.
Bull one. Mclnnis singled to left. Ruth
up. Ball one, strike o"e- Buth sacrificed,
Zeider to Merkle. Scott up. Scott" hit to
Tyler, who threw out Melnnis to Zeid
t, the latter chasing Mclnnis down ne
line. Thomas up. Ball oiie. Tkom&a ncrf
to Wortnian. No runs, one hit, no errors
Zeider now playing third and Wort
man second base for Chicago.
Eighth inning Chicago: Killifer up.
Ball one,' ball two, strike one, called;
ball three. Killifer walked. It was
Ruth's fifth pass and was the third
time he had opening an inning wit), a
base on balls. Hendrix batted for" Ty
ler. Ball one. Ilcndrix singlod to left
center, KillifVr taking second. Flack
up. Foul, strike one. Flack out, Melnnis
unassisted. Both runners were held. Mo
Cabe ran for Hendrix. Hollocher up. Ho
ltH'her out, Shean to Melnnis, Killifer
scoring and MeCabe taking third. The
scoiv is tied. Paskert up. Foul, strike
one. Paskert out, Thomas to Mclnnis.
Two runs, two hits, no errors.
Eighth inning Boston: Douglass now
pitching for Chicago. Scliang batted for
Agnew. Ball one, ball two, strike one,
called; foul, strike two; ball three
Schang singled to Center. Hooper up.
Schang took second on a passed ball.
Ball ono. Hooper sacrificed, and was
safe on Douglass's wild throw, Schang
scoring. Hooper went to second as the
ball went to the stand. It goes as a
sacrifice hit and an error for Douglass.
Shean up. Ball one, strike oiw, swung;
foul, strike two; foul, ball two. Shean
flew to Mann. Strunk up. Hooper was
held at second. Strik0 one, called.
Strunk flew to Paskert. Whiteman up.
Ball one, Whiteman out, Zvider to Mer
kle. One run, one hit, one error.
NIXTH inning Chicago: Merkle up.
Schang now catching for Boston. Ball
one. Merkle singled to center. Zeider up.
Foul, strikv one; ball one, ball two. bail
three. Zeider walked for tho second "
time. Wortnian up. Kuth was taken out.
Bush now pitching for Boston. Euth
went to left field in place of Whitvman.
Strike one, called; call one, ball two.
Merkle was forced at third, Mclnnis to
Thomas on Wortnian 's attempted sacri
fice. Zeider went to second. Barber bat
ted for Killifer. Strike one, called; foul,
strike two; ball one, ball two. Barber
forced Wortnian, Scott t0 Shean and
was doubled at first to Mclnnis. Ko
runs, one hit, no errors.
Chicago 2 7 1
Boston 3 4 0
GSESIANY WILL ATTEMPT TO
Amsterdam, Sept. 9. Germany will
try to keep on friendly terms with
Spain, despite the clash over submar
ines and Spanish seizure of German,
ships in reprisal, Admiral Von Hintze,
German foreign secretary told corre
spondents of Madid newspapers, who
Madrid, Sept- 9. A satisfactory solu
tion of the Spanish-German controversy
over submarine warfare was reported
today to have been reached. The cab
inet meet Wednesday to discuss it-
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