THE ASHEVILLE CITIZEN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1917. vi. ; mi CLOSING OUT S5AJL.IE Your last chance' to secure Oriental Art Goods at your own price. Owing to shipping conditions on account of the war, we are unable to import goods from Japan. OUR COLLECTION CONSISTS OF , Rare Old Bronzes, Japanese and Chinese Vases, Lamps, Hand Carved Furniture, Ivory Inlaid Lacquer Screens, Hand Embroidered Screens, Cloisonne, Embroidered Silk Kamonas, Hand-Painted China and hundreds of different articles. Three Auction Sales Daily, 10:00 a. m., 3:00 p. m., 8:00 p. m. Don't fail to attend our sales. Any purchase will be packed and shipped, and we also guarantee safe delivery. 22 Patton Ave. THE MIIPIPOM AIRT CO., 22 Patton M. Nature Needs Assistance In Keeping You Well The Score Card A Pttle help goes a long way. If you would keep yoor body ia healt&y and robust condition, throb ting with that splendid vitality that Indicates freedom from all ailment, first ef all sea that your blood is kept pare. Any slight impurity that freeps mto your blood will soon effsct the wetl-beliif of yosar whole system. I A few bottles of S. S. S. will gire lost th asiaac4 that aaturejeeds in keeping the blood absolutely free of all impurities. This old remedy is a wonderful purifier and tonic, and has no equal for keeping the blood rich and pure. It builds up the sp- , petite and tones up the entire system. ! S. S. S. is, sold by druggists every where. It has been successfully used i for more than fifty years, and people ; ia practically every state testify to its great worth. Write for booklets and free medical advice to Swift Sdm cine Co- Dfpt, Atlanta, Ga. , NATIONAL LEAGUE. Games Today. New York at Brooklyn. Boston at Philadelphia.' St. Louis at Pittsburgh. Chicago at Cincinnati. Tiny knob ara attached to the backa of the bladea of a new knife o that they may be opened more easily. England's dried fruit Imports have tieen out In half. AMERICAN LEAGUE. CLEVELAND HOLDS THIRD. PRINCESS TODAY 14th Installment of "THE RAILROAD RAIDERS" . Entitle-- . t , . ' . "THE TRAP" "Fatty" Arbuckle ; . ; in - 'The Rough House 5c Admission 10c. A TRAN TODAY Marie Osborne Captain Kiddo" A Play You Will Enjoy Deal's Five-Piece Orchestra CLEVELAND. O., Aug. 81. Defeat ing Detroit, 1 to 0, today, Cleveland retained third place. Victory waa due to the steady pitching of Coveleskle and the brilliant fielding of Chapman and Evans. Cleveland scored the only run of the game on a pass to Speaker, Roth's sacrifice and Turner's two-base hit. Score: R. H. E. Detroit 000 000 000 0 6 0 Cleveland 000 100 OOx 1 S 2 Batteries: James, Ehmke and Stanage; Coveleskle and O'Neill. NINTH STRAIGHT. CHICAGO, Aug. 81. Chicago won its ninth straight game today by de feating St. Louis, 8 to 2, but lost one half a game in the pennant raoe to Boston when the latter won a, double header from Philadelphia. Chicago still leads by four and a bair games. Score: K.H.E. St. Louis 010 010 000 2 8 2 Chicago ....... 000 008 02x 8 14 I Batteries: Davenport, Sothoron and Severeid; Faber, Williams and Schalk. New Tork Philadelphia St. Louis . . Cincinnati . Chicago . . . Brooklyn . . Boston . . . , Pittsburgh . Club Standings. Won. ....78 . . .87 64 66 62 59 50 49 Lost. 41 61 59 62 62 11 82 Pet. .650 .668 .620 .516 .500 .600 .481 .374 Results Yesterday. At Pittsburgh, 2-0; St. Louis, 0-1. At Brooklyn, 6-1; New York, 4-1. At Philadelphia, 4; Boston, 3. At Cincinnati, 8; Chicago, 8. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Games Today. St Louis at Chicago. Detroit at Cleveland. Washington at New Tork. Philadelphia at Boston. Club Standings. Won. Lost Pet Chicago ...........82 46 .641 Boston 76 47 .616 Cleveland ....... ...69 60 .684 Detroit .,..66 60 .524 Washington .... ...67 68 .475 New Tork ..66 66 .468 St Louis .....48 77 .384 Philadelphia 46 ' 79 .868 SENATORS TAKE TWO. 8 5cTo All Only 5c NEW TORK, Aug. 81. Washing ton went Into fifth place In the Ameri can league and New Tork Into sixth when the Senators took a double header from the Yankee's today by scores of 4 to 1 and 6 to 8, the latter an eleven-Inning contest. Shocker twirled good ball for New York In the second game, but weakened in the eleventh Inning. First a-ame Score: R. H. E. Washington ...030 000 010 4 10 3 New York. ....000,010 0001 1 Batteries: Ayers and Henry; Mo- grldge, Fisher and Alexander, Nuns,- maker. Second srame Score: R. H. E. Washington 000 010 020 03 6 10 3 New York .010 002 000 00 3 8 4 Batteries: Shaw, Dumont and Ain- smlth; Shocker and Nunamaker, Alexander. RED SOX TAKE TWO. BOSTON, Aug. 31 Boston took both games of the double-header with Philadelphia today, the first 6 to 3, and the second, 6 to 2. Ruth opposed Seibold in the opening game and held the opposition runless until the eighth. ' In the second game May turned in his seventh straight victory. Elmer Myers was both easy to hit and was wild.. He was relieved in the fourth inning by Anderson, who allowed the boms team out one run. First srame Score: Philadelphia, ..000 000 012 3 Boston . . 010 000 23x 6 Second game Score: Philadelphia ..000 020 000 2 Boston 802 000 Olx 6 Batteries: Myers, Anderson and Myer; Mays and Agnew. . - Results Yesterday; . At Boston, 6-6; Philadelphia, 8-2. At New York, 1-3; Washington, 4-6. At Cleveland, 1; Detroit,' 0. At Chicago, 2; St. Louis, 2. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. Games Today. Memphis at Birmingham. Atlanta at New Orleans. , Club . Standings. . ' . Won. Lost' Pet New Orleans ......83 61 .620 Atlanta ........84 62 .818 Birmingham .......76 40 .565 Nashville .....68 62 .623 Memphis 62 68 .617 Chattanooga ..68 67 .604 Little Rook 67 76 .429 Mobile ..33 101 .248 Results Yesterday. At Birmingham, 4-8; Memphis, 8-4. At New Orleans, 8: Atlanta, 4. No others scheduled. R. H. E. 9 1 it. ti. m. 6 1 0 Men drilling an artesian well In, Ar gentine found rich deposits of copper at a depth of 100 feet Tractors are coming into general use od the plantations of Hawaii. . Home of TT Av vv s 1 Paramount Pictures ? V - TODAY : DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS "DOWN TO EARTH" IF YOU ENJOY COMEDY, REAL, SURE ENOUGH COMEDY, DONT MISS THIS PHOTOPLAY. DOUG WROTE THE PLAY HIMSELF. GALAX PIPE ORGAN r DAY, i PRICES NIGHT OiTlATmn C- . . L . i ..i' 6c Children . .10c Adults .... . . . . . . .15c Adults 20c. .. . y ADD RESULTS American Association. At Kansas City, 4; Milwaukee, 8. At Louisville, 10; Toledo, 1. At Indianapolis, 7 ; Columbus, 8. Only three scheduled. International. At Buffalo, 8; Newark, 1. At Rochester, 1; Providence, 0. At Toronto, 4; Baltimore, 1. At Montreal, 8: Rlchmend, 4. NATIONAL LEAGUE. DODGERS WIN AND TIE. BROOKLYN, Aug. 81. Brooklyn won the first game of a double-header from New York today, 6 to 4, but the second game was tied at 1-1 In eleven lnntnrs. when darkness intervened. It will be olaved off In New York. ' New York scored two runs on four hits in the eighth inning of the first game off Marquard, after Cutshaw had batted for Cheney in tne aeventn. Brooklyn scored three runs--in their half on four hits off Schupp and Rarl den's wild throw in attempting a force play. ,' New York scored off Pfeffer In the ninth inning of the second game, when singled. Hickman's home run in Robertson tripled and Zimmerman Brooklyn's half squared the acoount Herzog hurt his back again in the eighth inning of the first game as he slid into the plate. He collapsed on the benfh and had to be carried to the clubhouse. He may be out indefinite ly. First game Score: R. H. E. New York ....000 200 020 r4 10 t Brooklyn 200 000 08x 6 Batteries: Schupp and Rariden; Cheney, Marquard and Miller. Second game Score: R.H.E. New York .000 000 001 00 1 6 0 Brooklyn ..000 000 001 00 1 7 1 Batteries: Benton and Rariden; Pfeffer and Miller, r STOCK BEATS BRAVES. . . PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 31. Stock's anlendld olayinc enabled Philadelphia to defeat Boston today, 4 to 8. Stock's two hits drove in tnree runs ana ne scored the deciding tally In the sev enth inning. Boston rallied in the ninth and scored one ruiu with men on third and first and one out. Stock ran down the field, captured Kelly's foul and, by a quick turn and splendid throw to Klllifer, doubled Rawllngs at the plate. .' Score: " - R.H.B. Boston 026 000 001 8 M Philadelphia, ..002 000 30x 4 8 4) Batteries: Barnes and Tragesser; Mayer and Klllifer. - ,' EVEN BREAK. ' PITTSBURGH, Aug.!C St Louis lost on FoFrbes' Field today for the first time this year, Pittsburgh wlnnim the first game, 8 to 0. The visitors came back In the second game, which waa called at the end of the fifth in ning on account of rain and defeated the home team, 1 to 0. Inability to hit Jacobs with men on bases lost the first game for St Louis. In the second game the only run was tallied on Snyder's double and Ames single. First game Score: R. H. E. St. Louis 000 000 000 0 6 2 Pittsburgh 100 001 OOx 2 7 0 Batteries: Doak, Packard and Gon zales; Jacobs and Schmidt. Second game Score: R. H. E. Pittsburgh 000 00 0 2 0 St. Louis 001 00 1 2 0 Batteries: Ames and Snyder; Steele and W. Wagner. REMARKABLE GAME. CINCINNATI. Aug. 81. Despite the fact that the game was decidedly ragged, Cincinnati and Chicago played a remarkable contest today, darkness finally ending it with the score tied, 8 to 8. Going Into the ninth with the score 4 to 4, the visitors tallied a run, only to be tied up again by the locals in that round. In the tenth Chicago again scored one, but Cincinnati bat ted strong and tied It up. In the elev enth the visitors scored two runs, but once more Cincinnati hit the ball hard and a double and two triples netted them two runs. Umpire O'Day then called the game. Score: R. H. E. Chicago ,010 080 001 It 8 13 I Cincinnati ..010 021 001 12 8 12 3 Batteries: Douglas, Carter, Vaugha and Wilson; Schneider, Mitchell, Re gan and Wingo, Cueto. ACTING BANK EXAMINER. WASHINGTON, Aug. 81. Elmore F. Hlgglns of Alabama, assistant chief national bank examiner at Chicago,, was today designated acting chief national bank examiner for the Rich mond federal reserve district, suceed lng temporarily the late Thomas P. Howard, killed yesterday In an auto mobile accident Uruguay has lit flour mills. Brazil la to have a Japanese bank. f AROUND TOWN : ENTER ARMT Y. M. C. A. R. f Ttln. 'a ttm ..( . Wily, lPOl IU leave for Atlanta In a short time to " "P ki. j. a. work in the army cantonment at Fort Gordon. Mr. Rice mnaMlv immnl.t. V. . I l j " i I'd .tatiuiiig necessary to work of this kind at the Blue Ridge camp, where he was ap- the equipped buildings. RECOVERING FROM OPERATION. MlM LnMla Millar t. trolman H. B. Miller and Mrs. Miller, wno underwent a aeucate operation at the Mission hospital last Thursday, was rnnnrt.d last nlcrht tn k mi.. well and likely to recover in a short umv. ROAD CLOSED. Because of th i.aln f..ln. 4... by the county's forces from the end of the Charlntta arraat nor itn i. n.. golf links at the Ashevllls Country club, the road to the club has been closed to automobiles. It probably will be opened again on Tuesday or Wednesday of next week. UNVEIL MONUMENT. A monument to the memory of Francis H. Pike, will be unveiled at Flint Hill cemetery, near Alexander, by the members of Balsam Camp No. 1. and Marshal Camp No. 171, Wood men nf tka Wn,M at 11A A,tM)r Sunday afternoon. Members of Bal sam camp win meet at the lodge rooms at 1 o'clock. - ' - - MRS. BURLESON IMPROVING. Mrs. Walt Burleson, of Emma, who has been 111 at her home for the past few weeks la rannrtait tn ha imwi Inc. DELATED TRAIN. f A small wuhnut h-VoIm ih. KnoxvlUe division of the Southern, delayed freight train No. 103 for sev- ami hmira thla niAnlitw t ... .k.. AsbevUle shortly before ! o'cloek. . BANKS VIOSJC . ' : ' Tha tianka nf Aahavilla will v closed next Mondav In nhaarvanoa a ' Labor Day. ..,.;: , - How "Near-Traitors' in, America Give Aid and Comfort to Ger? Mr. Root came back from Russia and told ni there were, men walkini our. city ' streets "who ought to be taken out at sunrise and shot for treason," and the "unhung Vi traitors" of Colonel Roosevelt's phrase have been roundly denounced ia' public speech ' -and in the newspapers. - j T . The Boston News Burton finds the aroused attention of the country focused, "upon the extent to which handicap is imposed upon war-effort by various species of treason or near-treason." While everyone, according to the New York Evening Sun, "is askiqg why the Kaiser is being allowed to make war upon the United States openly upon American soil. . The Springfield Republican agrees that we have reached a stage when opposition to the war is holder, and more aggressive than it has been at any time in the previous five' months, and the insolence of this opposition is often "infuriating to patriotic citizens." ,H But it. cautions calmness and contends that "nothing is to be gained by threatening to have somebody shot at sunrise for treason. " r - , . In THE LITERARY DIGEST for September 1st, the leading article dealt with f ' the menace of sedition that Is spreading throughout 'the country, and presents, the views V and remedies of many of the great dailies and the socialistic organs upon the subject. Every earnest American owes it to hJmtelf to read this number, to that he can form V clear ' judgment upon a subject which is of burning interest Other articles, la this exceptionally good number of 'The Digest" that will surely interest svmi , - Bringing Down the Price of Gal ' Moat Paper Rejoice) that "the teaRobbed Ainerican Pnblie la Now t B xUIieved From the " Extortioiia of tho Coal Operators" ! The Anmniciation Day of American Mothers Our National Wheat Corporation Foreign Views of the Pope's Peace Ottering America'a "Brutal Embargo" The Survival of Kultur '. ' Spies and Wireless Vacuum-Cleaning the Streets And Now, St. Quentin! Welcoming Japan's Enroys H The Potsdam Conspiracy The Financiers' Peace Plot Exploring a Live Volcano Waited: Three Thousand Loceootives . The Hun Self-portrayed . Conserving Artistic Tajent "Unfair" Treatment of German-Americans Financial News and Views - America's Philanthropy in France The Utaal Fine and Varied Collection of IUa$trationa How To Get the Pith of All the News of All the World If you wanted to learn the views of the country at lartfe on a given question, say woman suffrage, how would you io about it? The most thorough way, of course, would be to obtain an expression of opinion from every individual and to compare and classify these an impossible task. The next best thing would be to read and digest what the press as a whole has to say on the subject But where would you find the time? At this point we offer you a suggestion, or rather, to be precise. a sojotion. THE LITERARY' DIGEST -doej all this wqrk for you, impartially and accurately, and lays the result before you. The gathering of audi information upon all subjects of general interest and bom an appeal has been perfected into a sci ence by this greatest of all newt-magazines. It gives yon the concentrated meat of facts, collected from all sources, rejecting, all extraneous matter. If you want this, and who doea not, read THE DIGEST. . - September 1st Number on Sale To-day All News-dealers 10 Cents "' , - , ' w ; - ' - . i ' " ':'?L ' ' ' The '"f' A TTa a mm. & WAGNALLS COMPANY (Publishers of the Famous NEW Standard Dictionary). NEW YORK

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