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FORTY- SECOND YEAR NO. 191.-EIGHT PAGES.
SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1919.
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War On Food
Profilers Shows First
(United Press SU
Washington, Aug. 14.
of being reluctant to appropriate quickly the $3,060,000
asked by executive departments to reduce the cost of liv
ing. But it was believed the money bills would go through
because of public demand for lower prices.
"The money might better be spent in jcient lubor by thrift, avoidance of
buying food than in further investiga-' wasto and extravagance," he snld.
lion," Senator Townsend, Michigan,
sal') today. He is chairmen of the spe
cial senate committee named to recom
mend measures 4a reduce prices.
"All kinds of schemes are being
thought p in the various departments
each of which is trying to make a show
iug and consequently demand appropria
tions,'' he said. In the lust two dnys
congress has, been asked to make these
Department of labor, (475,000; de
partment of commerce, $410,000; fed
erela trade commission, $500,000; treas
ury department for secret service agents
The department of justice has al
ready naked $1,500,000, Attorney t.e
eral Palmer has announced.
Townsend said he believed most of
these requests were made without
knowledge of what other -departments
wanted, Certain additional funds will
have to be granted in ome cases, but
congress will Investigate befoie acting,
he said. " i ' . ' . .
"We have got to get at the facts of
this," Townsond explained. "We will
have to eliminate duplication r.nd final
whether the additional taxes these ap
propriations would require would .offset
the gnui from reduced prices."
Townsend said his committee would
recommend a complete program for con
gress. Attorney Oenernl Primer's request
for extension of the food control act to
cover clothing and adoption of heavy
penalties for violations was taken up by
the senate agriciiltiiro committee today.
Fanners-demands for change in grain
standards i;1ho will be heard by the com
mittee. Congress was to be urged to fix rea
sonable profits and determine what is
" unreasonable restraint of trade" bv
Senator Owen today. Owen approved!
the federal reserve board s ndvice that
wi ste and extravagance be avoided and
that every effort be made to increase
production as a remedy for present high
"I emphatically agree with Governor
Harding that the high cost of living
needs to be abated by diligent and effi-
ELEVEN CENTS A POUND
FAIR PRICE FOR SUGAR
Department Of Justice Says
T . . .. J I
ueaiers tnarpg more lo
Be Investigated. .
By Balph Couch
(Capital Journr.l Sjieeinl Pervice.)
Washington, Aug. 14. Eleven cents
a pound has been adjudued a "fair"
retail price for sugar by the depart
ment of justice. Assistant Oenernl C. B.
Ames announced today.
"Dealers charging more will be in-
estimated, said Ames. "Ten cents a
pouna is a isir wnoiessie price, inei
pound is a Xr.ir wholesale prn
additioiisl penny should be enou
it for the retail dealer."
Ames asked consumers who are
chjiri'Pfl more in write, either tn him St
the derirtmnt f iustice. WflshinMrni J
or to the nearest Fulled ftfates t!i,trict
Placed in charge of auti trust prose-1" b"at nouse when the gasoline. uw trUl k Wednesday wlie en route to
eutinns and the campaign to catch prof-i"k of b r''""'r exploded. Ibniitig; th(, s(at, f, ftrMl gt TuIn(.f,
lteer and price gouyers bv Attorney , gasoline seared Ins face and anus, hej Fru11 ,h, (ii( t t!)at , sjst(.r of
General Palmer. Ames is going after ved his life by jumpinz luto the river i , j(.k Laj Ul!1de jH-rsisUnt if forts to e
the sugar profiteers. ai sivimming ashore. He will live. care hlt r,lvlll!( is believed that she
" ivinie retail siiiiar dealers have lieen, 1 " 1 co nived nt tli esi-. pe. Khe was seen
rh.irgiug 1" cents a pound, the depart . t-t ; shout the hospital yesti-rdav, and fui
meat has been informed. ' ,ther color U lent to the theory by the
Ames-already has obtained rnnvlc-; LIBERTY BOND QUOTATIONS j faft that an aufftuiobile of unknown
tiotis of two, one r.t Pittljurh and one!s
vi sterdar at Kingbamton. 1.
esse the dealer was fined $"0.
AU sugar now being held in the t'ni
ted Stales is controlled by the govern-
ment sugar equalising l-onrd, with bead -
ouarters is New York. Tliis Wmrd burs
all raw sutrar pruduced and
It then n ils tie raw sagr.r to the re
ess mm to
Congress showed signs today
" Private monopolies should be eoutroll
ed and profits restricted to a rate that
shall be fair to the eoiisumera. If re
straint of trade be unlawful when un
reasonable, congress should provide a
means of determining Iron the restraint
is unreasonable and fix rates to profit
at reasonable figures, I should favor
generous rules along this line."
Preparations are going ahead fol
hearing! on the Kenyon Vid Kclidrick
bills to regulate the packers to begin
Monday before the senate agriculture
Senator Townsend' -committee will
consider the proposal for a joint confer
ence of capital and labor to iron out
"While this proposal might not hare
a direct effect in reducing the cost of
living, it would aim at labor troubles
which threaten to Interfere. with produc
tion," Townsend Btvid,
The house majority also will have to
be shown that the appropriations nskdd
will materially reduce the cost of liv
ing, 'Majority Leader Moudeil snid -today.
To carry out the campaign of "piti
less publicity" of prices ns a menus of
reducing the cost of living, the depart
ment of agriculture todn" asked eon
gress for an appropriation of $"02,000.
Secretary Houston in a letter to Speak
er Oillett, stnted that he proposes to es
tublish a market news service to inform
the people the prices they should pay
each day for maiketablo foods.
In r.dditlon the department of com
merce todnv asked an appropriation of
$75,000 to f noble it to place nt the dis- j
posal of American business information
its foreign trade experts collect.
Today's request puts the total the de
partments have asked in the high cost
of living campaign to $3,637,000.
BUTTER VALUED AT loG.OOO
SEIZED IN CHICAGO TODAY
Chicf.go, Aug. 14. Twelve himdred.
and eighty-two tubs of butter, valued
at $")"i,000 were seized by federal au-
.(Continued on page two)
fiuing compauic. The board stipulates
ie1rrie',t bi'h ,1,c ,e,finiui c1o"l,trn,
shall sell the sugar to wholesalers.
Wholesalers are under license but their
soiling price is not fixed by the board,
hevcral congressmen today were plan
ning to demand that the sugar cqiiaiiza -
tion bor.nt also tix tlie wholesale price
Man Burned And Launches
Destroyed In Portland Fire
run laud, ur., Aug. li. vs alter John
nn was severelv burned Inst nitrht in
a f;re whirh destroyed part of the mu
. .... ...... .... ... .... ..louirklv surrounded wlien his absence,"
... . . .
jvtoiwiwarii avenue ami sent two motor
iioais aim ro i.oar nousc, up in suiokc.
' i ne iioats.
a private river i homier and
"" ''raf,i belonged to
r. . Volger
rUl ""' vll"'1 '
J.niion ,nn emuoye or oiger, was.,.,.- .,. . ,),,. i,,.,:,,! ,.,
XotV, Au2. 14. Liberty
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PHI'? DM WAN QTDFFT
UHl iL M IIHLL OlhUI
Extra Holidays Called To Gye
Gerks Chance To Catch
New Tork, Aug. 14. (United Press.)
High prices of foods and products of
factories are reflected nowhere better
than iu the New York stock market,
where transactions have been so he&vy
in recent weeks that extra holidays, In
addition to the Saturday half -day have,
been necessary to allow clerks to keep
up with the business. .
Starting last March trading has been
so active that rarely a day has passed
when shares sold did not reach the mil
lion mark, and on occasions the number
has gone above 8,000,000. And rarely
has the market been "over-aolu," a
condition reached when shorts sell
heavily that it ' difficult for thcni to
cover by purchases.
Naturally, with such a demand for is
sues of (ill character, it follows as
matter of course that prices must mount
And mount, they have.
The day before the world whs plunged
into war July 30, 1&14, stock which
now are selling at far more than f U'v
a share, could be obtained for a bare
fraction of that figure. Common stock
of the Interuational Mercantile Marine,
for instance, could bo picked up in Wall
.Street before the shirt of hostilities at
a few dollars a share. It has gone
above 60 since that day.
One great factor in the continued and
steady advance of all classes since ta.
.time ha been the. phenomenal riches
ground cut iu the factories that pro
duced war munitions. Millionaires were
made overnight. The public heard of
these things and wsnted to get in. They
outnumbered the professional traders.
And then along tame the oil stocks,
with the deevlopment of tho great Jtnn
ger field in Texas. Oil stocks begun to
Persons who never dreamed they
would havo better than a weokly 'ai,l0ut jtled to a fair wage and that the
have invested their savings in aom,,
security and have come out rich. The
effect wa dramatic. The
been fall of outside traders
Of course, the rich ones are greatly
out numbered by that saddened horde
which has lost its all iu Wall Street
speculation; but the glamor of the aol
lar always calls more.
1. i I- outside sneculation is es-lth
rfk, ... j .I.: .... .
mol, there at ill is uu lutiuence tnu oius
fair to keep prices very high merely
by the process of supply and demand for
ROBBER OF BANK AT
-m the railroads and Managed by nine in
terstate commerce commissioners and
Chester Clark Makes Getaway L"'tZ:J:l "y ,h'
From Prison Farm Berry
Chester Clark, 21, who was sent up
from Washington county just n month
ago today for the robbery of the Bank
averton, escaped this morning from
I the berry fields ou the state prison farm
n nere ne was si worn wini nuinuer oi
Clark robbed the Heaverton bank dur -
ing the noon hour, locking the enshier
and a customer who happened to be in!
the bank nt the time in the vault and
J tunkitiff away with $3WJ0.
1 The men in the berry field were n
''er armed guards aid the field waaj
jwisoted. Officials are euufident
' rnfiv ra.,tiire.
Xo Ute(, hn,
fiiin.l ikf T) r
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state hospital fur the insane, who made
ownership had been seen nr-ar the point
i where the two men made their getawav.
Hence a deserintion of Miss Floreace
S.,,ithiek ka bi-ca seat aiu u uiih the'
'"'di,i:riptin of tje two es-sjx-s to ill1
Suuthwick was vat
up t.j the peni-
(Cantiancl on page three)
liETW OF ALL
Security Rolicrs Te3 Coa-
oris TW Farnr Prmt
Owners!:?? Of Uses.
i. - , -
FIXED MAXHXI RETURN
ARGUED "AS BEST PLAN
Walter Says Sdseine Would
' Mean Equal Distribution
Of Surplus Profits. .
Washington, Aiig. 1. -- America'
railroad security holders today told
congress they favor'retur the roads
to private ownership -with a rate ftruc
ture providing i fixd Maximum re
Lutfier M. Walte.1, general counsel of
the National assoeUMoa of Ownei of
Kailroad tSeruriries, testifying before
the house interstate, commerce commit
tee, declared that unl-.'r this plan all
surplus funds carn-'d over the fixed
minimum return, would be divided
equally between labor, the public and
tho roads earning the sutjuuf."
Ho. declared that laboi hould par
ticipate iu the caiiilnjs of the caniors,
and (that (suclc partu'ipnvon pvas
fundnmeiitul of thi pla.i. Walter oppos
ed the stand taken by V' chamber of
commerce and railriad oxtcutivea pro
viding for federal incorporation, a
transportation boa.H and a secretary of
transportation in the cabinet.
The security holder plan, Walter
said,iprovidcf for c-injrcssioual direc
tion of the interstate commerce com.
mission that it shall mak freight and
passenger rates sufficient to pay oper
ating expenses, mainUil rniiroad piop
erties and give not lets than a six per
Cent return on the ngjjregatc fair value
of tho property, devoted to transpor
tation in each of thj principal traffic
, " We believe cnpit.il is entitled to
its return of six percent, that lubor is
earnings bv tho curlers after
paviUj, fuir wages snl six percent open
-.,,;.., should be divdet with labor
and the public," he said.
"iiv reasuu of the laigel..
iliitien which will fall ni.nu the com-
! mission, the security l.i'.dcrs ask con
'gress to create six regir.nnl interstate
"(commerce commissions, jubudinato to
commission, hut wi
. . .
wuh ell the pnw
eon mf ree ennimis-
ers of tho intersta
.ion in their resp.'Ctivo tuiitories.
Walter said thes.i icgiona' commis
sions would net as boards of concilia
tion in settling wae uirputis being a
body close to the criployns. the carriers
and the shippers.
The plan provide fuvthci, ho stated,
that the issuance of sceuiities of all
carrier engaged in interstate com
merce should be invested in federal au
thority. "Finally, the pla-i wield create a
coruorntion onernted wllhmit profit to
ne ueciareu ine pi t" u s- n"""' '
jtinue the present ' I'e eoientti enm
! posed f both railfiad nnd shippers
primarily, to cousid-T rind puss upon
jail changes In rates, requested by eith
er railroads or snippers, ueiore ueinK
filed with the regin'ial poinnission or
the interstate eomiaep-e commission.
iul,tf .l.l.,,..,r un.l l-.Mnlifflitlirersf
I ,. . ... ,.,i ,., ,.i,m
Watpr ,si(i . t i im,!e, ensv of np-
( j.i;,.,,, jon flln ,, mn,,. effective
immediately. I'nder it investors will
,, 0 ecure, labor will sect-re a fair
wage find the shlpi'M w i! obtain the
service he osvs fo
Most o' th' Fnited States suiators
iK-ein t ' I in th' chorus. I.sfe Mud an'
family visited relatives this week an'
saved a little over t!iitty one dollars.
TO TALK TREATY
liEV YOrJi PLAYHOUSE
New Asstenha Asd Maxise
BHstt Fcrced To Osse By
New York, Aug. 14. Two, more thea
ters had been closed by the actors strike
today, bringing the total here to 13.
The latent productions to succumb were
the "Zicgfield Pollies" at the New
Amsterdam and "39 East'1 at the Max
The ''Follies" closed when the prin
cipals walked out after Supreme Justice
I.ydon had vacated an order restraining
them from striking. The strike at the
Maxine Elliott resulted from the revela
tion Recording to the actors, that the
production is owned by the fthuberts,
membert f the Producing Managers'
Frank tlilmorc, executive secretary of
the Actor's Equity association issued a
statement saying that both William It.
Taft and Charles E. Hughes had con
sented to act as arbitrators In the strike
but that, the -managers had declared
there was "nothing to nrbitrate. "
Arthur Hopkins, speaking . for the
managers, said their organisation would
be willing to negotiate anything but
recognition of tho Equity "which has
ceased to bo representative of the actor
and has become his dictator."
Chicago Strike Halted.
Chicago, Aug. H. (United. Press.)
Chicago theater goera awaited the out
couie of court proceedings today, de
cided iijian in on airitice between the
striking thesplnm an1 inensger or local
thi'iiters, Meauwhlle only two theaters
remained dark, regular shows going on
in the others.
Actors and producer-managers yester
day reached an agreement whereby
shows were to eontinuo in the houses
not already darkened, pending decision
In injunction proceedings brought by
Excavators Working On Con
struction Work Buried But
Not Badly Hurt
While excavating on tho north bank
of South Mill creek close to the Com
mercial street bridge for tho Oregon
Pull) 4 Paper company, Meudrick Pat-
terson and John Itrodio were partially
buried in a landslide at 10 o'clock this
I'nttersou was buried almost up to ins
... ,. ,. - t. ..
neck While nroiue wim r...-....
number of other workmen
noted the caving of the bank t;nd sound
ed warning and were able to get away
before the-bnnk caved in.
The two men were rushed to the
Inmette Sanatorium when n """.out Oroti. No runs, no hits, no errors,
thought they were seriously iiijureo. N),W yurkdr, threw out Burns.
However ,an exaniinntio-i showed thut j youllj fillRl,.(l. Wingo threw out Kleb h
neither of the men were seriously b'irMrr jvis.h out, Kopf to Dnubert. No
and both were taken to Unit homes this, f f)M h( nQ err.
Serious Forest Fire In
McKenzie Country Spreads
Eugene, Or., Aug. 14. One of two
serious forest fires in the McKenzie riv
er district has already spread over 70
acre. A third serious blu2 ii the tim
ber is iu the vicinity of the Fisher
Logging company camp ?0 miles from
The fires, all in the same region, were
started by lightning Sunday night.
Twenty nine other fir.- have Iweii re
poited in s.ljoining dihtiiit but have
cauvd no serious dsmage so far.
Transport Sheridan Loses
Proneller But Limping In
San Fraticis.o, Aug. 14. The I niteo
Mates armv transM.rt Sheridan, which j
has lust her starboard profiler I ""
.. . ......
miles out, is struggling 'o re.-n employes and otners lor rum. ..-
port under her own .team. Lrn f wages. It is due in part to the,
. . . . ....n.i . . ... -i.;i.. in
Such s tlie sui.siance in n
-.. j u i n.,.,.1 the
transport service. ernment end private dealer, and vnst
(she as due next Sunday, but pr. '.o ; a,,)ropriaiions and loan by the gov
jl.lv will ! d.-laved ten days on her rip,rrniiieul to purchase fuel, food and oth-
from Houilulu to San Francisco. She.,, BO,cMities to feed Kurope, with r
has plentv of fuel and food. appropriation to feed Americs."
Senator McNary Active In Ef
fort to Secure Support of
By LC. Martin
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
-Washington, Aug. 14. The senate foreign relations
committee today decided to notify President Wilson -that
the committee desires to call on him at the White House
to obtain from him information concerning - the peace
Pemqe.ratie overtures have ' been
made to "mild reservations" in the
senate for agreement on reservations
to the peace treaty, It was learned to
day. s soon as twenty republicans have
agreed to the mild rewivaiion program
this program "will go through all
right," a loading democratic senator
has told Senator liodge and McNary,
according to this infor.nnt on,
lolge is said to have accepted tent
atively the program of the "mild'.'
group, ou condition that two schanges
be made in phrase.ilogy. The " mild
reservntionists," led by Me Nary and
Kellogg, are liendiiii every effort to
get twenty adherents to their plan and
hope to haVe them by the end of the
week, they said toiLty.
MeXary submitted (he proposed res
ervations to iiodgs at a conference
lasting an hour. Lodgo- is understood
to have said the reservations looked all
right to him, but sugg"ted a change
in one covering withdrawal from the
league and another in one on article 10.
Henator Hitchcock, democratic floor
leader, today said he had r.ftt engineer
ed the proposal for 1 comp.oeiise, Ho
indicated that he will c wttinue his op
position to all reservations or amend
ments. Senntor Curtis, rcpublwan whip, has
been Instructod to poll republican sen
ators, to learn just how mnny of them
NEW YORKERS CAPTURE
EXTRA INNING CONTEST
Brings Victory Home To
Polo flrounds, New York, Aug. 14.
Cold gray skies that threatened momen
tarily to drip rain, hung over the Polo
Grounds today when the Keds and
(limits met in their second double head
er of the "crucial series." Less than
10,000 persons were iu the stands when
the first gnmo was culled. The lineup:
Ciiuinnati Ruth, 2b; Dnubeit, lb:
Groh, 3b; Boush, cf; Neale, rf; Kopf,
as; Magee, If; Wingo, c; King, p.
New York Burns, If; Young, rf;
Fletcher, ss.; Friseh, lib; Chase, lb;
Knuff. cf: Zimmerman, 3b; MeCurty,
(Hants met in their second double head
of the "crucial series. Less man
","" persons wero m hoi .la.uis ..... ..
l" nrst gnmo was ciuieu. ine lineup:
( iiieinnati Huth, Jb; iwui.cn , io.
Groh, 3b; Bouah i, cf; Neale, rf; hopf,
m; Magee, If; Wingo, c; H.ng, p.
". . m "
U'letelier. Frisch. lib: (base, lb;
. - . .
Knuff, cf; unmerinan, .lb; Met art J,
jc; Toney, p.
Cincinnati Frisch threw out Buth.
, Dnnbert flew to Young. Fletcher thr.-w
Cincinnati Koush singb
forced Koush, Friseh to Fletcher. Kopf
forced Neale, Fletcher to Frio. li. Ma
gee singled. Wingo fouled to MeVty.
No run, two hits, no errors.
New York Chase fouled to Wingo.
Ring thew out Kauff. Zimmerman
fanned. No runs, no hits, no errors.
CincinnatiRing fanned. Rath fan-
Pomdexter Hits Gompers'
Advocacy Of Federalization
New York, Aug. 14
.,l. f nationalization of the rail -
. ...... .i ... ii..,...;.,. wiih
the Fnited Press yesterday was sssuil
ed bv Senator Mile Pomdexter, Wasn-
ington. nt the Waldorf Astoria, wliO
charged the Itbor lender is favoiing
i.othinL' more or less than bolshevisin.
i.. .1 !;..;.. ..;,! PnindeX-
j.H- r..n h.
,or , due to the demand or. ru.iwa. ,
government iy me pres.,..-... -....v
?. i tnA h the .ov-
would bo satisfied with the !d pro
gram. This mild program calls for reserva
tions in thn resoliiti m ef yitification
covering withdrawal, the J'uuroe do
trnc, domestic qitnstioni anrf articla
ten. These reservations kavo be
phrseed so as simply to nlerprt tk
Failed States' uaibtrstandinf, of th.es
provision, and are net regarded Is
their proponents S3 endangering tku
treaty or tho league, . ..
Borah declared today he wall ot.
with reoervationists th committcu .
to help get the treat,1 bloie the sen
ate, with the understanding that he is
not bound by his co nmittee to support
the- treaty with reservations, ia the
"I will never pivo an affirmative
vote for rnfiflcntin.i of the treaty with
the league in it,'? mid llrrah, :
The foreign relation; committee to
day began considering proposed amend
ments. On these, of which many will
be proposed, the eotntri.i ot it e
pectcd to be nine to eight In favor of
the amendments, !n most casts. But
when the treaty 'tt into the sennto
there will not be 'inough otes to keep
theje amendment iu the treaty, Sen
ator Hitchcock reifi'tHlid ((.iay.
Lodge and other republicans deelar
ed that ther arc eaoujjil ote for a
textual amendment en the Shantung
ned, ilaubert fikd to Kaui. No ru:.,
no hits, no errors.
New York (iroli threw Out McCar
ty. Tuuey grouui'.ed lo l)aubrt. Bums,
flew to Net.le. No runs, no hits, no
el roi .
(Cincinnati (iron popped to Kriwli.
Koush singled. Neale popped to M
Carty. rimish caught stealing, MeCarty
to Fletcher to Chase. No ru', one hit,
Nl.w y()rk-Young fouled to C.roh.
n,.tchcr flew to Magee. Prlseh siHg.
aild nut dealing mgo to nopr. ro
tuu(( onc hiti rrroril.
r,npinnr,tiKpf walked. Mngeo
f(.riri,0(, M,, rtv to Chase. Wing.
p,,ed- to Friseh. t risch threw oux
King. 0 runs, no mis, nu e..u.. ,
v..rk-4'hase flew to Koush.
Kauff singled. Zimmerman doubled,
MeCarty flew to Neale ad Kauff
scored nft.T the catch when Wingo
.Irojipcrf NenleV peg. Kopf threw ou
i j,m v. ()n.- run, two hits, one error.
Sixth Inning. .
Cinciniii.ti -ItatU f U w to Young.
Doubert singled, tirnh popid to Kletefc
er. Ui.ush tripled, scoring IhiulM-rt.
Toney threw out Neuie. Oi iuis tao
hits, no errors.
New York - Burns popped to hopr.
Young flew to Koush. Kath threw out
Kl-tfber. No runs, no hit, no error.
Cincinnati-Kopf flew to Young.
Fletcher threw .out Magcc. Wingu
doubled. King fouled to Zimmerman.
'o runs, one hit. no errors.
v.... vrkFrirh fouled io C.roB-
!. ,i,s fouled to (iroh. Rath threw out
Kauff. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Cincinnati-Kath walked. Doubert
reed Hath, MeCarty to Fletcher. Cren
fouled to MeC.rtv K s.-g
! '" ri'l"'" '
1 hit. no errors.
v. v,.k Zimmerman iiieu
N.'sle. (iroh threw out MrCart y. To icy
f;:nned. No runs, no bits, no errors.
'Cincinnati -Koiif fouled to Young.
7ii..mei mau threw out Ma;fC.
v. iu go
. ... . ., .. . ...
. ... LO nn errors.
run'. " - -
New York-Uuru. fanned.
i.,.i Vl.-t.-bcr hits nie
- - -
..lay. (iroh to Kath to Daubcrt. No ruas,
one hit, no error,
! Tenth Inning.
Cincinnati Fletcher threw out Rath.
i (Continued on I'cje Six.)