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TTIE OREfiOX STATESMAN: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 191
Boston Loser Hoggs Shows
Up in First Game Against
For The Particular Woman
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Keeps shoes neat and wclean
; Easily and quickly applied
Nothing to spatter or spill
L;Will not come off on clothing
SsonA Eont Set (Brittle Ptnbcr
aod Lamb's Wool Polisher) sales ,
the use of SesnA tuj
'Any 8 tore (fifty shines
COMEDY AND SENTIMENT
(Continued from page 1)'
. while over and about them were
draped the three flag of the allies,
tnd the entire scene thrown out in
vivid relief by red fire in the back
ground. It was a fitting climax to a
program filled with the spirit of pa
triotism. ' The second portion of the program
fettled back Into the realm of va'i
ilnvllle, , scintillating with comic
. rtunt and shaking with laughter.
Prominent In. these wer ivan Martin
with euphonium numbers beautiful
ly rendered, Mrs. A. J. JUhn In a
killing "ciillahd" stunt and a trio of
camouflaged artists with accordeon.
French born and trombone. Fred
Taylor scattered laughs promlseousl
Ly: bis jibes upon various members
of the troupe,., v '
. tadei CJIv AUtancei
As a finale was Cooke Patton's
, rpookv performances in the cabinet
in which were som? things both pret
ty and surprising, and all done to a
If was a very satisfied and grati
fied audience that left the building
at the clore, and every one carried
a sense of appreciation or the labor
,. and the, genius that had made the
bcrfortnance ' possible. :
. In passing special mention should
be made of a group of sixteen high
s w liool cadets with their captain.
from Company A. who assisted In
junking tip the fine tableaux.
OFF FIRST GATtlE
HuHine.'- One-Handed Catch
of Long Fly Is Feature of
V Los Angeles Playing
BAN FRANCISCO, April 23.X
Angeles In Its first appearance on
tho local grounds this season bit
Kantlebner hard with men on the
bases for a victory over San Fran
cisco. Crawford's two-bagger scored
three men In the eUhth Inning.
llummr one-banded catcb of Cran
dall's long fly to right center featur
ed the game.
core: i R. II. E.
los Anjcles ........... ."7 8 1
4 Han Francisco ........... 1 41
Crandall and Rotos; Kantlebner,
f-PblPlps and McKee. ;
Sacramento it. Malt Lake T.' "
i , SALT LAKE CITY, April Z2..
r Sacramento bunched twi bits and a
t- sacrifice fly for two runs on Lever
: ens In the opening frame of today's
; first game of the serifs with Salt
Iake bit outside of that one inking
' the Bee southpaw bad the game well
In bani. The locals tit Gardner
hard In three Innings and scored two
Scorer - ' R. H. E.
Sariamento , . ... . . 3 6 2
Halt Lake .. ........... 7 9 0
Gardner and Fisher; Leverenz and
Oakland I, Vernon 2.
I8 ANGKLKS, April 23, The
Oakland baseball team made Its in
itial appearance of the aeaon at
Washington park today,! playing
sgalnst Vernon, and lost a feature
less game, although a rally In the
ninth when Mlddleton was scored
, by a succession of short advances
s-ijK'ave a closer finish.
., 8,or'' V R. If. E.
Vernon ,. 2 9 j
.Kramer and Mltz?; Prom me arid
- BEAtJTTlrTTT. I 7J
A MACK BENNETT COMEDY
"SHERIFF NELL'S TUSSLE"
Tlie OREGON -
for a dime)
BOSTON. April 23. Pitcher Tbor
mablen of New York, held Doston
hitless until, the ninth Inning today
when Doston. with the basses ful and
one out, scored the only run of the
game on Wblteman's long sacrifice
fly to left, wblcb Bodle dropped.
With one out in tbls inning, Strunk
singled and. took third on Ruth's
pinch single on the first pitched ball.
Mclnnls was purposely walked, fill
ing the bases, setting the stage for
Wblteman's sacrifice fly. Bush was
hit safely three tlra, twice by
Score: R. II. E.
New York 0 3 2
Boston ................ .1 2 0
TbormahJen and Hannah; Bush
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. April 23.
Charles Jackson, outfielder, who
played with Spokane In the North
western league last year, has been
purchased by the local American
association club from Pittsburg, it
was announced here today.
CHICAGO. April 23. Detorlt
Chicago game postponed; rain.
PHIIA. 5: WASH. O.
WASHINGTON. April 23 Phila
delphia made It two straight victor
lea over aWahlDgton by taking to
day's game, & to 0. Myers beld the
locals .helpless, while the visitors
bunched bits on Dumont In three
Ccore; - R. II. E
Washington . i ... . 0 6 2
KT. IX)UIH 2, CLEVKLAXD 8.
CLEVELAND. April 23. The In
dlans bunched their bits off Gallia
today and defeated St. Louis. 8 to 2.
The locals made their long bits count
for runs most of them coming with
men on the Itase.
Covmbe, pitching bla first game of
the season, was scored upon In but
one Inning, the fourth, when Slsler
walked and scored abed of Gedlon
when the latter hit for a home run
to left. Tbe bit would have been
good for only two bases but Left
fielder Graney made no effort to field
It, believing It a foul ball.
Score: R. II. E.
St, Louis .......2 6
Cleveland ....... 11
Gallia and Kunamaker; Coumbe
Britt Knocked' Out in
Third Round of Match
BOSTON. April 23. Frankle
(Young) Britt of N-w Bedford was
knocked ouf by Lew Tendler of
Philadelphia in the third round of
their twelve-round boxing match
here tonl'ht. , ' .
OTTAWA, Ont., April 23. The
following names of Americans are
included In the Canadian, casualty
list Issued tonight:
Die? of wounds W. Mortimer.
Missing, believed killed W. IL
Madden. ZIon City, 111.
Wounded A. C. Browne, Seattle.
Mayor of Dublin Applies "
. for Passports to America
DUBLIN. April 23. The lord
mayor or ihiblln ?nioun -cs that he
has applied to Forelgs Secretary Bil
four for passports for himself and
his secretaries fn order that they
may proreea 10 Washington
NEW YORK. April 23. The New
York Nationals made a clean ifweep
of tr-elr first horn may. defeating
I to ton today for their sixth straight
victory,' the wore being 9 to 2.
The'Cianl bit both Crmn and
Canavan hard and opportunely.
Doyle made a double and two sin
gles, drove in three run and scored
a fourth. Zimmerman got a three
bagger with the ba.es full in the
Score: , R. II. K.
Boston . . 2 7 1
New York .9 13 3
Cruni, Canavan and Wilson; Sal
lee and Rariden, McCarty.
Philadelphia 7, Brooklyn S.
Philadelphia. April 23. Bradley
Hoggs, recruit from Los Angeles.
pitched Philadelphia to victory in
his first game of the season today.
to 2. Brooklyn scored first, but
the locals hammered Mamaux from
the box soon afterward.
Captain Luderus, drive Into the
blevhers off Manjuard was' bis sec
ond home run of the season. He
a lo bit the right field wall twice Jor
a double and single.
Score; ; R. H. E.
Brooklyn ,. 2 7 0
Philadelphia 7 15 2
Mamaux, Cheney, Marquard and
Miller; Hogg and Burns.
CINCINNATI. April 2V Ry an
nexing today's game. 3 to 2. Cincin
nati succeeded in winning the series
with the Chicago team. 2 to.l. To
day's' contest was a pitchers' battle
with Tyler having the best of It from
number of Jilts recorded, but Bressler
beln returned the winner through
bis ability to keep the hits made off
him scattered, combined with poor
fielding by the Chicago team.
Chicago took a two run lead in
the third on paxws to Barber and
Paskert And singles by Mann and
Kilduff. (fncirtnatl scored their
first run on singles bv Allen and
Groh and Elliott's wild throw. The
Reds won the game In the seventh
on n double by itlackburne and sin
gle by Allen.
R. H. '
2 9 3
. ; 3 5 1
Tyler and Elliott; Dressier and
Allen. ' v
Plttburg .VKt. IshiU 1.
ST. IX)ITIS. April 23. A triple by
Baird. followed by Schmidt's error
In the seventh inning of today's
rame enabled St. lxuis to defeat
Pittsburgh 6 to 5. Pittsburg, due to
Irak's w-lldiiess, got off to a five
run lead in the second, but St. Louis
tied the .score in the third when
Steel was - driven from the mound.
May. who replaced Doak In the
third, held his opponents to two hits
ss did Sanders, who relieved Steel
In the 'seventh Balrd tripled. Horns-
hv wae safe when Schmidt dropped
bis fly. Cruise panned and while
McKecbnlc threw out Paulette.
Balrd scored what proved to be tbe
Score: R. H. E
Pittsburg , . . 5 6 3
St. Louis . . 6 7 1
S'eel. Sanders and Schmidt; Doak,
Hay and Gonzales.
Twelve Women Believed
Aides of Interned Aliens
CHICAGO. April 23. The actions
of twelve women living In Chicago
are being Investigated by department
of justice operatives today because
It .has been learned that they have
been corresponding with German
aliens interned In the prison camp
at Foit Oglethorpe. Ga. Some of the
women will be reslgtered under the
new order calling for tbe listing of
all enemy alien women.
Alleged Murderer Kills
Self While Held in Jail
DETROIT. MJch.. April 23. Hel
muth Schmidt of Royal Oak, a aub
burb, arrested yesterday on a cbarge
of murder in connection with the dis
appearance of Miss Augusta tfteln
mach, who came here from New York
In answer to a matrimonial adver
tisement, killed himself in Jail today,
after making a statement In which
he. said the girl took ber own life
on learning that be was a married
- .l.!.. .
kiiran. ne auiiiiuru, nowever, accoru
fin to the authorities, that he burned
her body and burled the ashes.
Schmidt's wife and daughter are be
ing detained by the police.
'THE BLUE BIRD"
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EXPECT TO SET
PRICE ON WOOL
Leading Dealers Meet With
Committee of War Industries
Board Every Day
WASHINGTON. April 23. Guar
antee of a fair price for raw wool
to the producer is expected to follow
a series of separate '-on Terences of
representatives of the Nation Wool
Growers' association and leading
wool dealers with the prit--flxlng
committee of the war Industries
The wool growers have been here 1
sine Saturday, meeting dally with
the committee and today represent
atives of wool merchants were called
In by the committee. Within the next
two days officials think an agree
ment will be reached between the
growers and the dealers where by
the growets will receive a stipulat
ed pilce for wool clips from the deal
ers which will allow sufficient prof
it to stimulate ' production. The
wool dealers, according to the ar
rangement being worked out by tbe
price-fixing committee will be as
sured a price that will cover their
ovethead expenses and net them a
small margin of profit for handling
the wool between tbe producer and
the manufacturer of the finished
Progress made at the conferences
so far indicate, according to officials,
that a long-standing controversy be
tween the wool growers and the
handlers of their output before It
gets to the manufactuier. will be
settled for the period of tbe war.
Tbe dealers here for the confer
encc represent interests from Boston.
New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis
and Chicago. Tbe growers are from
practically all tbe wool growing
TO NAME LABOR
One Man Will Have Charge of
Employment Problems Con
nected With War
WASHINGTON. Aorll 22. A na
tional labor admin . .istrator to have
charge of all labor problems Involved
In 'the production or war supplies
wllL.be named by President Wilson
soon. Duties now performed by
variuua labor bureaus In the govern
ment departments which have to do
with war materials production win
be taken over and coordinated by the
The plan is a part of the general
program for centralizing labor con
trol as conteninlated lit tbe reorgan
ization of the deparintent of labor
Is now undergoing. The labor ad
ministrator will assume some of the
work now done by the department of
. . 1 1 . i-
labor ana worx in cooperation wua
the labor board, headed by former
Resident Taft and Frank P. Walsh,
named recently to settlo labor contro
It was not made known today
whom tbe president baa In mind for
Plea of Not Guilty Is
Entered by Mrs. Stokes
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. April 23.
Mrs. Rose Pastor Stokes, lecturer
and wife of the wealthy socialist. J.
O. Phelps Stokes of New York, was
arraigned before Judge A. S. Van
Vftiironhnrrh late tod r and entered
a plea of not guilty, following ber
Indictment on three counts for al
leged violation of the espionage act.
Judge Van Valkenbuigh set the
trial for May 20. Bond was fixed
at $10,000, which was furnished by
a surety company.
Tbe maximum penalty for convic
tion on each count la a fine of $10,
000 or Imprisonment for 20 years, or
Mrs. Stokes was arrested at Willow
Spring. Mo., March 22, after she had
made an address objectionable to the
The Indlcement Is based on a com
munication In tbe Kansas pity Star In
which Mia. Stokes said she was not
for the rovernnient. but "for the peo
ple while the government Is for tbe
Liberty Bonds Presented
M. E. Stone at Banquet
NEW YORK. Aorll 23. In honor
of Melville E. Stone, for twenty-five
years general manager -f the Asso
ciated Press, the members of that as
sociition made their snnual meet
ing here today an occasion for pay
ing tribute to his services. Tbe meet
ing also was marked by an appeal by
Frank B. Noyes. p.-esldent of the
Associated Press, urclng the editors
to support President Wilson In tbe
prosecution of the war.
Mr. Stone was prenented In behalf
of the board of directors, with an
Illuminated volume entitled "M. E.
S., His Book." a work Intended to
set forth In permanent form the rec
ord of Mr. Stone's services, life and
activities. Members of the Associat
ed Press bad also caused to be In
serted In the book. In loose form,
what were described by Mr. Noyea
as "very beautiful Impressions or
steel engravings." bHng twenty-five
$1000 liberty bonis, "mlllenlnm
milestones, as it wre of each of
twenty-five golden years."
Is Favored by Germany
BERNE. April 23 Switzerland'
negotiations with Germany for the
safe conduct of American grain ap
petor to be reaching a favorable con
clusion. It Is understood that Ger
many will grant safe conduct to all
ablps carrying. In addition to the
American or other flag, tbe Swiss
flag and marked plainly with tbe In
Big Shells Damage Huts in
.Present Drive, Says Letter
Placing Its automobiles at the ser
vice of the British and French In re
moving tbe wounded! soldiers an I
refugees, seeing Its huts blown to
atoms. Its dug-outs shattered and It
tents riddled with shrapnel, tbe Y.
M; C. A. on the wetern front ha
p&ssed through a baptism of fire
only to rome back wltbthe same for
titude and vigor as tbe allied troops.
According to tbe Information re
ceived here iby Oscar-B. Gingrich,
general Secretary1 of the local Y. M.
C. A.; at least $20,000 damage has
been done to Y. M. C. A. equipment
or baa fallen Into German bands n
the western front In the present
drive. The Information says:
"Four times tbe Y. M. C. A. men
moved their positions and abandon
ed during tbe retreat one large wood
en building, two huge tents and a
quantity of supplies. Five soldier
huts loaned to the British Y. M. C. A.
have been lost. Two others on the
French line were destroyed by shell
fire and two badly damaged.
"It Is only another proof of the
red-blooded work of tbe association
secretaries at the front to find that
their huts and dug-outs are under
fire and that they are serving mn
In tbe very face of death. Now tho
call baa gone out for additional mei
to serve in Y. M. C. A. wiork oversea
and tbe response Is magnificent. The
Y. M. ('. A. workers are doing their
share to bring victory to the allied
SHOTS FIRED DURING
TRIAL KILL HINDUS
(Continued from page 1)
ately after United 8tate4 District At
torney John W. Preston concluded
tbe prosecution argument to tbe jury
and tbe noon recess had keen declar
ed. Tbe shooting came as a tragic,
dramatic climax to tbe trial wblcb
started Novembr 20 last, and bad en
gaged world-wide attention because
of Its broad scope
The dead men are iRam Singh.
who was shot by Marshal Holoban.
and Ram Chandra, editor of the Hin
dustan "Gbadr" (Revolution), the
most prominent of the Hindu de
fendants, aod also as tbe outgrowth
of a controversy over a parcel of land
owned In Canada by Singh.
PUtol HmiMUletl In.
1 Tbe federal authorities tonight
were concentrating their efforts up
on discovering how the ' automatic
pistol which Ram Singh used, bad
come Into bis possession. All Hindu
defendants are searched daily as they
enter the court room. Santokb Singh,
a third Hindu defendant,' was segre
gated from his countrymen on sus
picion' tbe federal authorities said,
that he bad obtained the pistol and
had given It to Ram Singb at tbe 11
At tbe opening of the afternoon
session. Judge William C Van Fleet,
presiding, exonerated Marshal Holo
ban from all blame, either for the
shooting or for the possession of the
pistol by Ram Singh. He announc
ed that Singh bad been given the
pistol at tbe morning recess. Singh
bad been seen at the morning recess
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'REPUBLICAN oML'LTNOiUH COUNTY r
Priiiuries My 17, 1918
In company with an unidentified we!l
dressed Hindu, who had not atttend
f d any of the trial sessions previous
ly. Search was made tonight for
this man. Federal authorities were
piecing together fragments or not
and other messages that bad been
passed between the defendants prior
to the thootlng. These were taken-
from waste baskets and cuspidors in
the. court room Immediately after
Tlirre KhoU Enter Ilodjr. ' .
As District Attorney Preston con
cluded bis argument which closed
the rase, and Judge Van Fleet or
dered the noon adjournment. Chan
dra rose from' bis seat among the de
fendants and -walked toward the wit
ness chair, directly in front of tne
prosecution table. He bad scarce I y
gone alx pares wben Singh, rising
and presenting a picturesque appear
ance, with bis tnrban and full, gray
beard; drew the revolver from be
neatb bis clothes and opened fire.
Tbe first shot struck. Chandra In
tbe back near the heart, and be
plunged forward. Two more abots
entered bla body before Jie fell to'tho
floor at tbe fet of District Attorney
Preston at the prosecuting table.
ItoMian . Kills Mngh.
Singh's finger was still on the
trigger wben Marshal Holoban, ris
ing, from bis seat by tbe Jury Vox.
drew: bla revolver and raising bis
arm to bis fullest length above bU
bead, fired one shot, across tbe room
over ttw heads of persona belweea
him anf Singh. It entered Singh's
throat, broke bla spinal column and
killed him almost Instantly.
Aa tbe first shot sounded In the
room, tbe 200 spectators were thrown
Into panic, and sought cover. Spec
tators, defendants, counseUand oth
ers overturned chairs and tablea In
their night toward tbe exits wblcb
were barred by United States soldiers
and deputy marshals with drawn re
volvers. Order Is Retorel. . .
Judge Van Fleet, who had left the
room Just befoce tbe first shot, and
was at the door of bis chambers ad
Joining tbe court, "returned and re
stored a semblance of ordT. The
bodies of tbe dead men were covered
as tbe room waa cleared of all but
defendanta and counsel. Judge Van
Fleet ordered all defendanta on ball
remanded Into custody for tbelrwa
protection and ordered that all 'per
sons entering tbe room at tbe. after
boon aessloa be searched thoroughly.
Mrs. Ram Chandra waa summoned
to tbe court room and broke down
at tbe sight of ber husband, lying In
an ever-widening pool of blood. She
was led from tbe court room to a
nearby office, screaming and shriek.
Ing broken English Intermingled
with Hindustani. Two amall children
Woman XeJTonlv Koran.
Mrs. Annete A. Adams, assistant
United States district attorney, who
aided In the prosecution, was directly
behind Chandra wben be was shot.
She attempted to fle behind .the
judge's desk, but ber foot waa caught
and beld under Chandra's body as be
fell to the floor. She extricated ber-
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Winning on His Record as a Citizen,
as a Legislator and as a Republican
self by leaving ber slipper under tbe
body. 3 I -
Chandra and 8Ingb lay In the court
room -'for more than an hour after
tbe shooting, while curious specta
tors crowded tbe balls and corridors
of tbe federal building to obtala a
view of tbe court room. The bodies' '
wtre taken Just before tbe resump-,
tlon of court this afternoon to the'
morgue. Traces of tbe blood re
gained on tbe carpet at tbe later
session while Judge Van Fleet ws
Instructing tbe Jury. ' ,
I Cant to 2-ry.
Tbe case of a group of German
consular officials, millionaire Ameri
can sbipplng men and Hindus,
charged with conspiring In tbls
country to overthrow "British rule la
India, vetn to tbe Jury at :0J
Tbe jurr received tbe esse after
five moctbs of testimony. Tbe trial
began before tbe Un'ted States. dis
trict coirt November 20 last. In'
scone the conspiracy was world-,
wide and resident lrama had tbe
far places and out t the way cor-''
neri of tbe earth for Its scene.
Because of tbe fact that tbe jarors
mint vote noon tbe rase of thirty
defendants, it la thought that a ver
dict will not be reached tonight.
District Attorney John W. Pres
ton fln'shed the prosecution closing
argnment today just before the .
shootlnr. He attacked tbe defense
of I. Clyde Hlzar. Bernard Mannlag
and Writer Sauerbeck, defendants,
and re.iested a verdict of guilty
aganst all tbe defendanta.
Judge Van Fleet consumed all tbe'
afternoon with bis Instructions te
the lury. He counselled tbeti tbst .
In tbeir deliberations they should
tak no cognizance of tbe double
tragedy. . ;
The jury went to dinner t C:l
p.' m. without having reached a ver
diet. Deliberation was resumed ,
wben they .returned tt 7:20 p. m. .
INDICTED I.V CHICUOO.
CHICAGO. Aorll 21. Ram Chan
dra and Para Slnch. retitra! figures
In today's sensational kbootlae; In ,
the federal courtroom at San f ran .
Cisco, were both Indxted In Chi-
cago. but the cases bad never rome
up for trial. Ram Chandra, bow
ever, did appear here as a witness la
tbe recent conspiracy UlaL.
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