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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, OCTOBE R3, 1919.
CHICAGO WINS THIRD OF
. SERIES WITH SHUT OUT
. (Continued from page, one)'
center. Groh up, Cboh funned. No
tuna, no hits, lib errors. "
(.Ihicayo Liebold up. . I.iebold lined
to Neale. E. Collins up. E. Collins out
I'islier to Dnubert on an easy chance.
Weaver up. Wrnver popped to Daubert.
Kfi runs, no hits, no errors.
Cincinnati Koush up. Bousk out,
Risherg to Gandil. Duncan up. Dun
can singled to right. Kopf up. Kopt
out,, Hisbei'tftto Gandil, Duncan ti-li ': ::;
second.- Nenlo up. . Neale out, Collius
to Candil. No rims, one hits, no errors.
Chicago Jackson up. Jackson singled
to left. The crowd roared with a mighty
shout. ' Fclsch up. Fclsch bunted to
IMsher who throw wildly to second,
J nek son going to third and Folseb reach
ed second on tho error. Uandil up. Gan
dil singled to right, scoring Juvkson and
I'cls-Ji. Gandil went to second on the
throw in, Kisbcrg up. Risborg walked.
Fisher's lust two deliveries weso way
wild and the Swede hnd to jump to
guard his ribs. Hckalk up. Helialk
forced Gandil at third, Fisher to Groh.
Bisbrrg wentto second on play. Kerr
up. Kerr torceu Jtisbcrg, Usher to
Groh. Hclialk went to Becond. Liebcld
up. l.eibold out, Groh to Dnubert. Two
runs, two hits, one error.
Cincinnati Huriden up. Rariden out,
Weaver to Gandil on an easy chnnco.
Fisher up. Fishor shtgled Infield. Kuth
Hi Hath popped to Hisborr. Daubert
up. Dnubert forced Fisher, Collius to
Kisberg. No runs, one hit, no errors.
Chicago H. Collins singled to left.
Wcuv;r singfed to left, B. Collins going
to second, .la'.kson up. .Tacks.iu popped
to luiubort. FeiMeh'up. Folaoii hit into
a double play, Groh to Ruth tc Duunen.'
. ... i.ns, two 'lira iioeriiis. ..
I'oi t th Innintf.
Cincinnati Groh lip. Groh walked.
Kimsh up, Kousli out, EiHbei'a to flan
dil. Groh wentt o second.- Duncan up.
. Duncan lined to itisneig, who doubled
droll off second with a throw to E. Col
lins. No runs, no lilts, inferiors.
(Chicago Gandil out, Groh to Dau
bert. liisberg tripled to right. Neale
should have fielded tho ball but it clud
cd him. Hclialk up. Schulk singled in
field, scoring fiisberg. Kerr up. Sebnlk
out, steiiliug, Hnrideu to Hath. Korr out,
Kopf to Daubert. One run, two hits, no
Cincinnati Kopf up. Kopf singlod
to right, Nenle up. .Neale forced Kopf,
Gmidil to Risborg. Itariden up. Hnrl-Cmpircs-
Qnigley (National), plate;
second. Fisher up. Fisher out, Wenter
t Gandil. No runs, one hit, no errors.
Chicago Leibold ii. Leibold out,
Dnubert unassisted. ,R Collins up. K.
Collins 'out, Fisher to Dnubert. Weaver
up. " Weaver out, Fisher to Daubert. No
Tuns, not hitR, o errors, . ,
Cincinnati Until up. Ruth out, His
berg to Gandil. . Daubert up. Daubort
flied to Jackson. Oroh up. Groh out,
Weaver to Gandil. - No runs, no hits, in
Chicago JurKson liji, Juckson wal
loped the air so hard that he rolled oer
with his feet in the air, Jackson singled
to left. FeJsi'h lip. Jsrckson out Steal
ing, Hiiriden to Kopf. Fclsch walkud.
in ntli 1 up, rYlsch out, stealing, Rariden
to Until. Gandil funned, No j'uns,"oiie
hit, no errors.
, Seventh liming.
Ciiicinnnti Roush popped to Gandil.
Diinciui up. Dunenn fanned. Ho Swung
himself to h'is knees on the lest attempt.
Kopf up, Kopf flew to Iieibold. No
runs, no hits, no errors,
('hir.ngo Klsebrg up,- Risborg out,
Groh to Daubert. Oroh made a des
peruto throw. Huhnlk up. Schulg out,
Groh to Dnubert u an easy chnnco. Kerr
Tip. Kerr oul, HulU to Dnubert. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
, Eighth Inning.
t'iiiciunati Neale up. Neale fanned,
fiwiiijring hard at the third strike. -Rnri-den
up. Riirideu out, Collins to Gandil.
Aluggee butting for Fisher. Maggeej
Hew to l.eibold. No runs, no hits, no
Chicago- I,nijuo now pitchlug for Cln
ciiiuat'i, 'Jimmy Hniith became involved
1b n altercation with tho White Sox
players at the end of the inning but tho
umpires prevented hostilities and led
the Red player to the Cincinnati bench.
Leibold tip. Lcibold fanned, K, Collins
up, E. Collins ci.t. Daubert to I.uqiie,
who eovered first. AYenver up. Weavor
out, Rath to Dnubert. N0 runs, no hits,
Cincinnati-Kuth out, Collins to. Gan
dil. Daubert up. Daubert fanned. Groh
up. Groh out, Weaver to Uandil. H
runs, no hits, no errors.
r'iuals: ' H. H. K.
Cinc'innuti , . 0 S i
Chicago ; 3 7 0
Cincinnati-Hath, 2b-, Dnubert, lb;
Groh, ;tb; Koii.sh, cf ; Dunenn, If; Kopf,
s; Nenle, If ; Fisher, p; Raildeu, o.
t'uiiiigo Uibold, rf; E. Collius, Sb;
Weaver, Dl; Jackson, If; Fclsch, ef;
Gnndil, lb; Risberg, ss; Kerr, p; Heliulk,
den out, E. Collins to tiandil, Neale took
Nulliu (Anierican), first base; Rigler
(National), second base; Evuns (Amen
cm), third base.
DEAD FROM ILLNESS
BROUGHT ON BY FLU
Stayton, Oct. 3, Susan Follis Trask,
wile of Gus B. Trusk, died at the home
of her mother. Mrs. Afnrv J. 'Follis.
here Sunctay night. Nearly nine months
ago she was taken with influenza
which developed into pneumonia and
she has been fighting for her life since
that time. Several operations for tho
removal of pus from the lunys were re
sorted too, and all that medical skill
and good nursing could do was done,
but nothing seemed to benefit her. -She
was about 45 years of . age, and be
sides her husband and mother, leaves a
daughter about ten vent old, and two
brothers, T. J. and V. F. Follis. The
funeral service was held in the Baptist
church Tuesday afternoon, conducted
by Rev. Jlnice, and thero was a large
attendance and mnnv beautiful flow
ers. Interment was in Louc Oak ceme
K. C Small and family have moved
here from Silvcrton and occupy tho
Koy propertv Intclv vacated by J. W,
Mnyo. Mr. Small says that Silvertoa is
decidedly short of places to live.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Fricdl of Sublim
ity, are tho parents of a new daughter.
John Ualfrnnn and family, lately res
idents of the middle west, have arriv
ed in Stayton and expect to locate here.
Mrs. A. Chance, of North Hantinm
has moved to town, occupying tho Sil
J. H. Missler and W. II. Hobson are
tho Stayton representatives at Salem
on the jury.
Bnvniiil Htayton residents didn't yet
up as early as they should on Wednes
day, thinking that was the day on
which the clocks were to be turned
Workmen arc busv putting in n new
wooden Ibridge across Jtlio ditch om
Third street. A concrete structure was
tallied of. -but. the prices given mem
fcers of ttto city council decided them
in favor of wood.
An epidemic of bad colds is sweep
ing the .town, and many believe it a
light form of the "flu."
Mr. and Mrs, F, M. Munkers are
both on the list of sick,
MAYOR SPURNS JOHNSON
Los Angeles, Oil., Oct. 3. Mayor
Snyder today refused to head the wel
coming committee for Senator Johnson,
who Is o speak here today against the
This particular phosphate is the dis
covery of a famous (French scientist,
sad reports of remarkable results from
its use have recently appeared in many
It you do not feel well; if you tire
easily; do not sleep well, or are too
thin; go to any good druggist and get
enough Uitro-l'hosphate for a two
!wAkii' aiimilv it. easts Anlv fiftv cents
Kat less; chew your food thoroughly,
and if at. tho end of a few weeks you
do not feel stronger and better than
you have for months; if your nerves
are not steadier; if vou do not sleep
better and have more vim, endurance
and vitality, your money will be re
turned, and the Bitro Phosphate will I
cost you nothiug. (Adv) j
Is a Figure Fresh
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DON'T FAIL TO
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fixes Your Sour, Gassy,
(By United Tress.)
Yesterday's winners! Vernon, Oak
The Tigers pounced on the Angels, 3
to 3. Three wins out of four remaining
games spell "flag" for the Bengals.
The Oak grabbed a win front the
Bee S to 0.
!'"our runs in the second and third in
nings gwve the Senators the gave over
the cVi washes 4. to S.
The Seals and Beavers were bothered
by wet ground. . No game,
ifitomneh neldity causes indigestion!
Pond souring, gas distress! Wonder
what upset your stomaeht Well, don't
bother! The momeut you eat n tablet
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lumps of indigestioii pain, the sourness,
heartburn and belching of gases, duo to
acidity, vanish truly wonderful!
Millions of people" know that It is
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eausing distress. Tho cost is so little.
Tho benefits so great. (Adv)
Good For Thin
A Physician's Advice
Frederick 8. Kolle, M. D editor of
New York Physiciau's "Who's Who"
any that weak, nervous people who
want increased weight, strength and
nerve force, should take a 5 grain tab'
let of Bilro-Fhosphate just before or
Comb Sage Tea In
Faded Or Gray Hair
Look young! Common garden Sage and
Sulphur darkens so - naturally .
nobody can tell
Grandmother kept her hair beauti
fully darkened, glossy and attractive
Remove blackheads, soften rough
skin, clear the blood, brighten the
eyes, sweeten the whole system.
Nothiug helps make a pretty fac6, win
some smile, as Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea. Try it tonight. 3.'ic. D. J.
N. Com'l St.
J To Handle This Territory
W aniea With Headquarters in his Town
' J ARGE Manufacturing company wants an ambi
tious, determined man with a little capital who
is able to promote sales and direct salesmen.
A permanent profitable business.
Address THE NU-EX CO., Columbus, Ohio
BUY A HOME
Saturday, 2 p. m.
390 Hoy t Street, fine 7-room house. Strictly Modern.
1 Overlooking city.
Fred Griffiths Woodry
Owner, ; Th4,Auctioneer'.
- Phone 510 or 511270 North Commercial Street
I 1 1 M- - r
V i rW - -
TYLES adapted for out
door wear for street,
for shopping, for strol
lingand styles 'appropriate
for society for the matinee,
dance or musicale all are
shown in the bewitchingly
HIGH OR LOW HEELS
They Fit the Arch
Complete range of lasts and
w- ' i j n
eC 6 QUALITY HIGHEST
with a brew of Sage Tea and Surphur.
Whencvcr her hair took on that dull,
faded or streaked appearance, this sim
ple mixture was applied witli wonder
ful effect. By asking at any drug
store for "Wveth's Sa?e and Sulphur
Compound," you will got a large bot-
lio or mis oiu nmw rwiptr, uuyivvcu
by the addition of othor ingrcdionts,
ail ready to use, at veiy littlo cost.
This simple mixture can toe depended
upon to restore natural color and beau
ty to the hair.
A well known downtown druggist
says everybody uses "Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound' now because it
darkens so naturally and evenly that
nobody can tell it has been applied
it 's so easy to use too., You simply
; dampen a comb or sort brush and
' draw it through your hair, taking ono
strand at a time. By morning the
gray; hair disappears; after another
J application, or two, it is restored to its
I natural color and looks glossy, soft and
i beautiful. (Adv)
- Outing Flan- Cretons on -
' nel. Some sale
as wide as 36 -
inches on sale 25c Yard
white and Saturday
25c Yard Hurry
Limit 10 Yds. $2.50 to $3.00
Men's $1.00 Consisting J
Neckties Of Crepe de .
Saturday Chine, Plain
If 1 QC TafetaS Nov-
. 6 tM v1- elty andMes,3a-
$1.25 to $1.50 lines on. sale
Boys and Girls Saturday
Ladies Union either wo1 or
Suits Gingham, on
! $1.79a Suit Saturday
or two suits for 20 Per Cent
Wool Serge ' 50c Black
; Middies, $7.50 gateen
values , ,
$5.95 39c Yard
$10.00 Extra $1.50 Bead
Heavy Wool Necklaces
Tomorrow the Last Bay
Call of Salem's Greatest Sale as these
Prices are void af ter Saturdry.
The Remnant Store
254 N. Commercial St.
Odds and Ends
of Ladies .
. And last
Sateens and -Silks
20 Per Cent
At 20 per cent
This lot is ;
you can buy
used in them.
You Can Do Better at The Remnant Store
Part wool and
$3.98 to $15
25 Per Cent
Made up Pillow
Cases on sale
All new mer
wool and all
20 Per Cent
from 1-5 to 1-2
The Remnant Store
.254 N. Commercial St.
A. D. Thomson, Prop.
: Or Serge
" 10 Per Cent
$1.19 a Suit, or
2 Suits for
' Values to
r : $2.50
, . Cafis
:' Velveteen -Saturday
Odd Lot .
' of Mill-Ends :
2oz, Ball of
, Men's Silk
3 Pairs for '
2 day sale at
10 Per Cent
2 day sale
10 to 29 Per
20 Per Cent