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THE OREGON TATR6ilANs WEDXEHPAY. AFHIU 17.
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Champions of National League
- Begin New Season Aus
NEW YOUK. April 16. The New
York Giants, champion of the Na
tional It-ague, opened the season In
an auspicious manner here today.
defeating Brooklyn, 6 to 4. The came
wan preceded by a parade of troops
from Fort Slocum and naval reserves
from' the I'elhani Day station. Ma
jor General .William A. Mann, com-
Ihraw mil lha first hall Irfuot won.
I ther conditions brought ou a crowd
of 25.000. , ,
f Score: R. H. E.
Brooklyn .......4 9 3
New York ......... 8 3
Marquard. Cheney, Grimes and
! Miller; Tieseau, Anderson and Mc
I llilU 5. lUmUm 2.
j. PHILADELPHIA. April 16.
Mayer was Philadelphia's star per
former today, in the season's open
ing game, which the home team won
from Boston, 5 to 2. lie allowed two
singles, one of them an infleldscratch
In the first seven innings, and. in
the seventh he -started the abttlng
on slaught which clinched vlctoryfor
his team. , : 1
; Mayer had Boston shutout until
the eighth, when two , consecutive
fumbles by McGafflgan allowed
Plnch-hltter Bailey, who bad hit safe
ly to score.
Score: , It. II. E.
Boston ..2 5 1
Philadelphia ............ 5 10 2
! Kagan, Hearne and Henry, Wil
ton; Mayer and Burns. .
Cincinnati 2, Pittbnnt 0.
CINCINNATI. April . 16. Scheid
er's superb pitching combined with
costly errors by. the visitors enabled
Cincinnati to win the opening game
of the season here today from Pitts
burg. Cooper stumbled at first base
in the seventh Inning while covering
a throw, fell and wrenched his ankle
IN FIRST GAME
American League Season Is
Opened With Victory for
CHICAGO. April 1. The Ameri
can league season was opened here
today with a 6 to 1 vfctoty for 8t.
Iouls over Chicago. The visitors
pounded the world champions' pitch
ers freely to. all parts of the Held.
Gedeoh' leading lhe attack with four
hits, which Included a double and
triple. Aftef the game. Owner Phli
Ball gave each of the players a ISO
check as a reward for their good
start. A parade by the jackles and
soldiers and the purchase of 125,0
worth of third liberty loan bonds by
the members of the Chicago team
preceded the game. A service flag
with eight stars flew from the flag
pole in right field.
Score. R. II. .E
s r ah ! . . 1 fil9 2
Chicken Sunner anrl Pro cram Chicago l 4 0
T .... .1 ....... (1 L. Vnn.milar'
so severely that he had to be carried i
off the field. I
Score: It. II. E.
Pittsburg . .. ........... 0 12
Cincinnati ...... ..2 3 1
Cooper, Harmon and Schmidt;
Schneider and Allen
St. Lou la 4, Chicago 2.
ST. LOUIS. April 16. St. Louis
opened the National season here with
a victory of 4 to 2 over Chicago.
The locals hit Alexander hard and
timely, while Meadows held the vis
itors scoreless until the nonth when
a rally netted two runs. The usual
fig-raising ceremonies preceded the
game added to which were a parade
and a concert by the Great Lakes
naval training Elation band.
Score: ; i :t. II. E.
Chicago 2 5 2
St. Louis .....4 9 3
Alexander and Wlllifer; Meadows
and Gonzales. ;
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irst Pacific Coast League
Game Played at Salt Lake ,
IP YOUR EARS RINO
, WITH HEAD
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:flf yu have Catarrhal Deafneaa or
haad no) go to your drug-glat and
gat a ounca of I'armtnt (doubla
trancth), and add to It pint of hot
water and a llttl grant! la tad sugar,
Taka 1 tablaapoonful four tlmaa a day.
This will oftrn bring- quick rllaf
from tha outraging- hal nolaaa. Clog
lead noatrtl should opn, breathing be-c-nma
rfcay and tha mucus atop drop
pin Into tha throat It is easy to pre
pftra, coat llttla and la pleaaant to- taka.
Any ona who haa Catarrhal Daafnaaa
or head nolaaa rhould give this pre
scription a trial. Capital Drug Store.
RICKEY, Or.. April 15. The
chicken supper and program given
by the local Red Cross auxiliary Fri
day night was a decided success.
Many people from outside the, dis
trict attended and about $43 was
realized from the supper and articles
which were auctioned off. On'e
Martin of Macleay was the auction
eer. Mrs. Minnie Joeckel of Silverton
was a week-end guest of Mrs. George
Frank Harris of Central Oregon is
home on a visit to his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. A. Harris.
Wilfred Lewis of -Scotts Mills Is
unending a few days with bis brother,
Mrs. F. A. Helser, who has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Whitnv.
returned to her home In Portland
Mrs. George Thompson, who has
been visiting her son at Camas, Wn.,
returned home Friday
Frank Lundy, who has been seri
ously ill. Is reported much Improved.
' OP INTEREST TO WOMEN
Women lawyers and Judges In the
United States total well over 600.
The Dental School of Washington
university, SL Louis, has decided to
admit women as students..
Mrs; )na P. Williams, only woman
member of the Washington State leg
islature, may try for a seat in con
gress this fall.
One of the most successful ou to
mobile repair shops In Los Angeles
Is run by three women, all of them
practical machinists. - ?
Lady Furness, wife of the great
English financier and shipbuilder, is
serving behind the lines la France
as a Red Cross-nurse. .
cotte, Danfortb, Faber, Russell
Washington 1, New York 6.
WASHINGTON, April 16. Wash
ington evened up the series with
New York here today by winning. 7
to 6, as the result of an eighth in
ning batting rally. The five pitchers
used by tbeVtwo clubs gave a total
of 15 bases on balls.
Score: , R. H. E.
New York ."..' 8.1
Washlnrton 7 11 1
Caldwell, Russell and Hannah;
Harper, Ayers, Dumont and Aaln
Doton 1, Philadelphia 0. "
BOSTON. April 16. Mays of Bos
ton just missed a no-hit performance
today, holding Philadelphia to one
scratch hiti in handing which Sbean
slipped. lioston won 1 to 0 In the
last of the ninth, on McMlnnes'
double, followed by a fielder's choice
play on Whlteman's bouncer, which
reared nobody. McMlnnes then
scored on Scott's single.
Score: -It. II. E.
Philadelphia ........... .0 1 1
Perry and Perkins Mays and Ag
new. I lain Ktop Game.
CLEVELAND, April 16 Detroit
Cleveland gam postponed; rain.
O. A. C. Glee club under the
tlrf of the Salem club gave a
cert at the armory.
The Salem club is the most active
sectional club on the O. A. C. campus
and is composed entirely of young
men and women from Salem who are
attending the college. The purpose
of the club J s to Interest Salem
students in O. A. CI and to bring
before them and the people of Salem
some- of the enjoyable features of
the college as well as the "study'
ing" side of college life. The club
at present has a membership of
Although great success was met
with last year the Salem club has
thought It advisable to substitute
the O. A. C. band for the glee club
this year in giving the concert. The
whole public is Invited -and is afford
ed an excellent opportunity to hear
something which It cannot afford
to miss. i
0. A. C. Salem Clab to
Entertain Local Students
On the evening of April 19 the
O. A. C. Salem club will entertain
the graduating class of the Salem
high school with a bsnd concert and
an Informal dance at the armory.
Students and townspeople alike look
back with pleasure to the' delightful
Drys Are Victorious in
Southern Part of Jersey
' CAMDEN, N. J.. April 16. The
"dry" were 'victorious In three out
of four local option elections in
southern New Jersey today.
SALT LAKH. April 16. Salt
Lake celebrated Its local I'acirie
Coast league- opening here today and
In spite of an extremely cold day,
clore to 6000 people saw the llees
defeat Los Angeles, 7 to 6, In a
rather loosely played tUt exrftiag
game. Hittery. for the third time
this seasdn. failed to d sliver against
his former teammates. ,'
Score: . RY II. K.
Los Angeles 6 9 0
Salt Lake 7 10 1
Flttery and Holes: Morton. Arken-
burg, Cartwrlght and Konnick.
Kan FranHaco -I. Vernon 3.
IX)S ANGELES. April 16. The
San Francisco baseball team took
the first game of Its series with Ver
non. The Seals took the lead in the
third on a triple by Maggert which
scored two men. McKee turned his
ankle and may be out of the game
for several days.
Score: R. II. E.
San Francisco 4 6 4
Vernon S 4 3
Smith and McKee. Brooks: R.
Mitchell, Dell and Devormer.
Sacramento 12, Oakland O.
8AN FRANCISCO. April 16. Sac
ramento in Its first .ao&earance onr
the local grounds, defeated Oakland
by hitting three pitches freely at nil
stages of the rime. Gardner allow
ed but three hits, no two ofwhlch
came In one Inning, struck out five.
and did not walk a man.
Score"? R. If. E.
Sacramento .. ,.,.12 1$ 1
Oakland 0 3 6
Gardner and Fisher: Krause. R.
Arlett. Caldera and Mltze. Murray.
I CLUB STANDINGS 1
- .NATIONAL IJiAtJl'K.
W. L. P. C.
New York.. 1 0 1000
Philadelphia . : 1. 0 1000
Cincinnati 1 0 1000
St. Louis ,'. 1 t 1000
Brooklyn T. 0 1 OoO
Boston 0 1 000
Pittsburg 0 1 000
Chicago ............. 0 1 000
W. L. P. C.
St. Louis...... 1 0 1000
Boston 2 0 1000
New. York. 1 1 600
WsahlBgton ... 11' 60
Philadelphia '..'s.. . .. 0 2 000
Chlcaso ......'......0 1 000
It Also Means Satisfaction
The present scarcity of woolens
The present inferior quality of woolens
The present high prices of woolens
The present increased wages to tailors
These things were foreseen by us over a year ago
We knew we must order early if we wished to secure a complete
stock of high grade woolens at a reasonable price. .
We took time by the forelock and immediately, placed orders for
the most complete stock of men's and boy sV suits, overcoats and
furnishings that we have ever carried. . .
These Goods are No W Here
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They embrace everything that could be desired for men's and boys'
wear goods of superior quality and style at prices based on low
cost to us. They are of thesame high, quality standard that al
ways characterizes goods sold bv this store. They include such
lina at . -..'.! - :
Gallant Defense Made at WytT
schaete on Crest of Blood-.
ENEMY ONRUSH CHECKED
Huns. Balked in Their Plans.
Make Heavy Attacks in
Region of Arras
BISHOP ALL-WOOL ;
Sniti and Overcoats . , . . . ...... .
....0.00, $25.00, $30.00, $33.00
HART, SCHAPFNEE & MAEX
Suits and Overcoats. . . . .'. . .
7. $25.00, $30.00, $35.00, $40.00
NOW BEFORE HOUSE
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Hi' lit f III
fronti he' said:
"The fluctuation between hope
nd despondency roust continue for
sAme time yet. Hut I am allll full
of confidence. General Plum
mer. In command at Messlnes rldx
is oulte confident. We hare lost
territory, but we have lost nothing
I'llKMIKIl MlftllT ItFXKI.v.
LONDON. AdHI 16.-Gor II
Parnes. labor member of the Drltis!
war cabinet without portfolio, an
nounced In the house of commons to
ds r that the a-orernment Intended to
Introduce a home rule bill Imme
diately and would us every pressure
io ras it.
Mr. Harnes announced that tha
Lloyd George government would re
sign if the house of lords refused to
pass the new home rule bill.
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OTTAWA. Ont.. Anrl! 1 X DavM
i.wya ueorge. the Hrltlsb premier,
announced In the house of commons
tonight that tb passage of the man
power bill Is Imperative, as Germany
nas just caned a further half million
men to the colors, says a Renter dls-
parcft received from London.
iaj.-n dun April 18. Mr T.lnrrf
George said the best way to convince
American opinion that En r land
dealing fairly by Ireland waa for tho
nniisn parliament to tender such
measure or self-government to Ire-
oana at to satisfy American opinion
and he believed that the government
couia ao mat.
"The government, therefore, ar
rrnmeni is an essential war meas
rived at the conclusion that se!f rl7
ure.' 'he said. In regard to the stato
ment made by George N. Barnes, the
Labor member of the British war
cabinet without portfolio, who said
the government would carry the bill.
Mr. Lloyd George said the' govern
ment could .only use all Its Influence
to carry it. If It Is not carried, those
reponslble for Its failure to carry
ought. In all conscience, accent fh
responsibility for the direction of tha
war without It. tl Is Impossible t3
fare the difficulties In Ireland with
out a united country, he said
lie addd that If the Irish mem
hers were to reject the bill It would
be their responsibility.
Joseph Devlin exclaimed: "Now
the rat Is but of the bag!"
Premlert Lloyd George added that
Jhe government -could not poslbv
nave resistance to the home rule btl
used as a lever to defeat conscription
nd that was why each measure mu
be taken on lta merits.
OlAMnKRLAlX Iff MEMBER.
LONDON, Anrl! 1. The commit
tee which Is In charge of th draft
er f an Irish home rule bill, in
the Time. Includes J. Austen Chanv-
rUp. former secretary for India.
This. It adds. Is a fact which sug
gests that he already Is or Is about
it become a member of the war cab
The same paper prints an appeal
from Unionist members of parliament
urging the Immediate Introduction
rf a easnr of homernle as "gener
ous as can be devised by the lls-ht "f
the recent discussions of the lrl"h
convention and In harmony with' the
ultimate goal of federated devolu
(It H 7 AttorUited Prt
: WITH TIIK BIUT18II AUMY IN
FRANCE. April 16. --Tb town of
Wytschaete. lying on the crest of a
blood-stained ridge atlhe northern
end of the new battle front, and
Epanbtvekmolen, which nestles on1
top of an elevation Just southwest.
wer? today stormed and occupied by
arge German forces. Meanwhile.
fresh enemy troops were battering
hard at the British lines west of Bail
leul ln an attempt to continue their
success of lajt night and break
through to JIazebrock.
Grim fighting baa belng going on
since morning, and well Into the af
ternoon there had been no cessation
in the Intense struggle.
A little further south a terrific ar
tillery duel baa been In progress
along the tone between La Basae
canal and Robet-q, but whether this
presaged fresh enemy attacks west
of N'ervllle, to coordinate with tbo
to the north. It is lmposible to say at
The facts may item somewhat grim
In the reading, but they have their
brighter aide. The Germans have
won new ground at a great cost of
life, and there Is no diminution In
the magnificent spirit which has been
holding against the enemy Invasion
since April 9. There la absolutely
no flagging of faith among the of
ficers and men along tela, front In
their ultimate victory.
No more gallant defense has been
recorded since the war began than
that going on. and while further sac
rifices are expected, and even futtber
loss of ground no doubt exists on the
British front that ultimately the al
lies will come Into their own when
the German sldo has spent Its fury.
It must not be forgotten that thul
far virtually the whole weight of the
terrific German offensive has been
directed at the annihilation of the
British army. The first blow was
aimed at the British and waa con
tlnued until with the assistance of
the gallant French allies, the Ger
man onrush waa checked.
Balked In their plana at the outset.
the enemy shifted and atruck heav
ily In the region of Arras. Now It Is
the Armentieres sector; tomorrow It
may be somewhere else along the
British front. There now Is on the
western front approximately 200 Ger
man divisions. Of this huge num
ber about 120 have already been en
gaged, mainly against the British.
The assault at Wytschaete. Is a
threat at the British positions to the
north in Flanders, and the enemy un
doubtedly Is trying to push far
enough Into dominating positions 'In
this region to compel the withdrawal
of the allied lines about Tpres and
toward the coast.
nere. is oi iuwons on f
Fourth of -July was dlaroursged by
D daring that th aut ilnnaud
the b-lp of very aLI-t-difd taaa
and f.man. the council adoptd
resolution using county councils to
wage war on Idler? tud rlgurouly
enforce las aicakim! .rtnay.
Would Give President
Power to Charter Ships
WASHINGTON. April IC.-pro.
HM4-d Ifglalatlon giving; lh preaidrat
powers to prescribe tonnagf charUr
,atj a ur-d Ix-for tfe htnn
I M-rchant marine tomimtt today
by shipping board official. A bill
asking further to curb the disport '
to foreign nations of khlps bum la
'lh rouulry alo was advocated.
Women's Vote Important in
New York Liquor Election
ALBANY. N. Y.. .April 1. W.
men played a prominent part. In the
elections today in thirty-nine eltl
of the. state where th n'uitloa of
the sale of Intoilcating liquors vat
to be settled. Indications tonitht
were that the women bad cast eve
a larger vote than the .male popula
According to ret arcs on the bal
lots cast It would appear that tuora
than 70 per cen of the register?!
number cf voters had recorded th!r
desires on local liquor que. lions, tk
Polls were open today from C a. n.
to 8 p. in. and will remain open a
similar period tomorrow.
a m in laa a.
PlCturt" fa V ' Friday
IS NOT SERIOUS
Cooperation Between Employ
ers and Employes Believ
ed Solution of Problem
TACOVfA, Wash.. April lt De-
llef- that' cooperation between em
ployers and employes will avert a
shortage of farm labor In this state
waa expressed by ther state council
of defense at a meeting here today.
J. C. Scott of the United States de
partment of labor and M. O. Evans,
federal superintendent of farm help
In eleven western elates, said the
state as a whole faces no shortage In
farm workers, though some localities
might experience difficulties. Mer
cantile and Industrial employes were
urged by the council to release all
men who have had previous farm ex
perience. A longer harvest period
waa advocated with cooperation
among growers by using the same
.men and machinery.
Th ecouncll went on record as op
posing tne "women una army or
ganized last year In New York to
place, women In the harvest fields be
cause It might conflict with the
Harvest league already In operation
7Hq Snuggty Qiri
The drtma of thrills,
mystery, Uuqhter and kve
ly Edgar Setvyn & AM Kennedy
THE ROMAKCC OF AN KEI2E3S
VHO LIVED IN LUXURY
ON NOTHING A YEAH.
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Illinois Wets and Drys
Appear Evenly Divided
CHICAGO, April !. An even di
vision between the "wets' and the
"drys" In Illinois cities and villages
where the1 local option question was
voted vTton today waa Indicated In
the early returns.
nine Island furnished the blrgest
"wef victory, retaining Its saloons
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It hu eyerythinj: that Motion Picture should have.
TODAY - TOMORROW
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