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WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1D25
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
FIELD Blf SeORE OF 6 TO 1
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Rain and Wet Field Causes
Contest to be Balled;
I OIITLAXD, April 21. rort
land won Its home opener of thj
CoaKt league- season- against thd
Oaks here this afternoon, 6.1o. 1
The game began In a drizzle and-
had to be called on account o
rain after the Oaks had batted iri
the fifth; Lefty Leverenz pitched
for the Beavers. George Foster
pitched for Oakland. The officia
paid attendance was 12,202.
Oakland, ..',. .......
Portland' ... .......
Foster and Baker;
R. II. E
. Angrl 7; Salt Late O
L03 ANGELES, April 21. Loaf
Angeles, which is close behindj
Salt Lake in the race for;leaguef
leadership, defeated the Bees' 7 , toj
6, in the opening game ot "their!
series here- today. .Four homer
runs were made during th4,con-f
Willamette Valley; ;
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MORE THAN A DICTIONARY
THE OREGok STATESMAN
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1 .ITheres only, one CAPITAL JUNK &
BARGAIN HOUSE! in Salem; and we
are not connected in any way with any
other busmess house using the word
. "Capital in their!
WE BUY AND SELL EVERYTHING
EXCEPT USED COFFINS
SEE U3 FOR
) CAPITAL BARGAIN HOUSE
.. n. o i cirtBiurv, proprietor
:2 1 5 Center, Salem,
00 YOU KNOW WiHYi
jvmMATtoMi. Cattoon Co.. ir. V.
jl x- ill v
fvcta op f vSV vWT
test, Hood of Los Angeles poling
two and! Lazarre" and O'Doul of
$alt Lake the others. Lazerre's
homer over' left field "fence was
the strongest hit of "the season
here. -- j - ; "j: " ?. - r I'.
j Score' ; R. II. E.
Salt Lake . . . : . 6 8 2
Los Angeles .'. . ..... 713 0
j Ponder, Iluivey and Peters;
Pajqie, Ramsey, Miistead, Glazner
and Sandbcrg. - '
Seals O; Senators H
SAN FRANCISCO. April 21.- A
bad throw by McLoughlin, follow
ing three singles by the home
team in the ninth inning enabled
San Francisco to beat Sacramento
in the first game of the series to
day. 6 to ."". Siglin had just put
the Senators one run to the good
by knocking a homer, the third
the winning marker.
j Score I , R. II. E.
Sacramento . i . . . .... 5 8 2
San Francisco . 6 9 1
I I Canfif-ld and Kohler; Pfeiffer
and Agnew. .'!'.'
Vernon-Seattle teams traveling.
All the' games in the National
league were postponed.
Valley Typos Elect
I ! Salem Man Secretary
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I Austin S. Tweed of Salem was
elected secretary of the Willam
ette Valley 'Typographical confer
ence in Portland last week at the
regular .quarterly meeting. TV.
A. iSeymoujr of Portland, president,
and, Robert C. Hall of Eugene vice
president, f 1 ' ; -
The Tisitors1 were entertained
by Multnomah Typographical local
No. ,58. at; a .banquet, and dance
Saturday night, '
Delegates and alternates to the
conference were Austin S. Tweed.
M, 1D. Pilkington'.'H. H. Hill and
J. :A. Blackwood; ; .
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Detroit 4; Indiana ':-:
DETROIT, April 21, -Cleveland
was .defeated ! for the first
time this season today when De
troit won the last game of the
series here, 4 to 3. Detroit made
three runs in the second inning
after Fewster, Indian second base
man, made a wild throw trying for
a double lay with two men out.
Cleveland tied the wore again in
the sixth when Stephenson hit for
a, homer and Burns and Fewster
each doubled. r I
Score , . I It. II. E.
Cleveland .......... . 3 10 2
Detroit-..- ."..3.., 0
Shaute and Myatt; Whitchill,
Holloway and Bassler.
Senators 6; Phillies; 2
PHILADELPHIA. April 21
By taking advantage of Lefty
Groves wildness. the champion
Senators split even In their two
game series here by taking today's
contest, 6 to 2. The ; Athletics
took an early lead: by finding
Mogridge for three hits and two
runs in the first three innings,
but thereafter were helpless
against the veteran southpaw.
Three walks, a sijigle and ; an
error gave the Senators three runs
in the fourth inning
Washington ..... -,
Philadelphia .... .
R. H. E.
C 8 0
2 7 1
Mogridge -and - Ruel; , Groves,
Baumgartner and Perkins. .
St. Ixuis ; Chicago H
ST. LOUIS, April 21. The-i St.
Louis Browns gained an even
break in the series iwlth the Chi
cago White Sox by winning today
in the fourth and final game, 9 to
8. It was the Browns' second vic
tory of the season.. Tobin an
Robertson hit home runs I witw
runners on bases. Sisler hit safe
ely for the seventh time in seven
games. ' . :
Score R. II. E.
Chicago ; 8 14 1
St. Louis . . . . . J. 9 11 1
Faber, Blankenship and Schalk;
Gaston, Davis and Dixon. . M
- w York 3; Boston 1 . i
NEW YORK. April. 21. Sam
Jones scattered six hits today one
of them a home run by Picinich.
and the New York Yankees con
quered the Boston Red ; Sox 5 to
1. Wally Plpp hit a home run
in the fifth off Fuhr. J
Score R. II.. E.
Boston v 1 6 0
New York -'5 13 0
Fuhr, Kallio and Picinch; Joues
and O'Neill. . ' , - i i
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E IS SLATED
Baseball Team Will Meet on
. Indian School Grounds
After many attempts, the Salem
high school and the Chemawa In
dians will meet at Chemawa for a
baseball game today,1 providing, of
course, rain does not interfere. .
This will be the-first, game of
the season for the local nine, but
will be the third game for the In
dians. The delay, hag. given j the
Salem A players an 'opportunity to
whip into', shape . and'ithey think
they can give a"surprise ot two to
the .Indian' players, who have
trimmed the locals before. '
The Indiana really have a clever
team, despite some of the new
material in their ranks." Bushert.
Abraham and .orwest ere out of
the game, but the others are able
to put up a clever , scrap j on : the
diamond. , I
Independence Team Claims
Aumsville Baseball Game
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The manager of the Aumsville
baseball team had the operator! at
that town phone The Statesman
last evening about the game there
yesterday afternoon,: and the way
the reporter got it was this:
The Aumsville and Independ
ence learns crossed bats, and the
Independence team played till they
had the larger score, and then, at
the end of the , sixth inning,
claimed the field was too wet to
play, and walked out. ' The re
porter got the idea that this was
not regarded as good sportsman
ship. fellsw This Kind Cf EunX ?
WiliiaVn L. Barrard Will be
Honor Guest iit: Dinner
Here Tonight A
William L. Barnard, executive
vice president and secretary of the
Unitarian Laymens" jleagu, will bo
Ue guest of honor at a dinner at
the Spa tonight at 6:30 o'clock.
Rev. Redfern. of Liverpool. Eng
land, will also be a distinguished
guest";': . j ' ; " X j
Mr. Barnard was engaged in the
practice of law in' Boston,, for, IS:
years. On America j entrance in
to the World war in April. 1917.
be was commissioned',! as an en
sign in the U. S. naval .volunteers.
He saw serv.'ce on the torpedo
boat "Dupont,' as an aide to Ad
miral Benson, chief of naval op
erations. Washington. ID. C. and
as: signal officer of the destroyer
"Delphy." During the war he was
twice promoted and remained in
active service until June, 1919.
lie is a director, of the New En
gland hospital for women and
children, Bostonof which he was
vice nresident for
prior to the war The lamous L'ni-
lanan ciergynian. Rev. t.iiarles
Francis Barnard, founder of the
Children's Church. n Boston la- ,
let BarnardMemorial, was his
grandfather Mr. Barnard's early
lifej was: spent In Savannah. Ga.
Subsequently he entered Ilarvavd
college and Boston' University Law
echool. .... :.. . - ;! ..,;..'
Mr. Barnard canne to the Uni
tarian Laymen's league in Novem
ber. 1919, and the following May
he was elected secretary ,In this
capacity he took a leadis pirt in
the; Unitarian campaign o'f 1920,
in which $2,400,000; was subscrib
ed for the work of denomination
al agencies of the . Unitarian
church, ! He was elected executive
vice president of the) Laymen's
league ih 1923.
lllihee County Club
Are Taking Keen In
' iji It in Playilng
)A Laddie tourriamcttt is in
progress at the Illlahee l Country
club (among the firpt 20( men 1o
bo, rated on the rirjst team. The
rules allow any member to chal
lenge the winners,' in an (effort ta
dislodge him from the laddie
team. Keen interest is shown and
the play goes merrily on.
Those taking part in the occa
sion are Ercel Kay Rexi Sanford,
J.? II. Farrar. " Arthur Hutcheon,
Chester Cox, Hugh ilcAmmon and
L CJ Farmer. Others are on the
team, but their . names will be
reported at a later time.
:in some of the games already
played Bex Sanford beat Tom
Woods, R, I. McLaughlin and Gus
Hixon played IS boles- to a tie.
which will bo removed In a future
-game. :: ' j: -4 '"
; An exciting foursome was put
on by Tom -Liver-ley and Fred
Thlelson, against Itx Sanford and
Alex Page of PortlandThe match
was all square at the 18th. hole.
5 For the, next fivje" Sundays the
teams will play against jihe Van-;
couver- Albany, Corva
gene inter-city teams. '
KUM CHASKIt KXPlJoiE8
21.- An 'explosion
Ined origin today
of : tndeterm-
cabin; of the United States coast
guard ram chaser No. 275 and in
jured! Fred II.' Ramsey, a machin-
ist mate, off -Duugeness lighthouse
bnojv 17 miles east of Port An
MAY CIIAXGK DATE
i SEATTLE. April 21. Teii iii
stltuiions in the Pacific coast and
Pacific , northwest 'intercollegiate
conferences favor the changing of
the University of Washington re
lay carnival from May 2 .to May
9.'; Washington officials stated to
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Carpenter, Recently of Butte,
To Direct Central Trades
S. B. Davidson of 970 Southj
Commerclai, was elected business
agent 5 of the Salem Trades and
Labor council last night to suc
ceed W. II. Chase, who resigned
a few months ago. Mr. Davidson
has been acting as business agent
for the carpenter's I union since
coming to Salem from' Butte,
Mont., a few months ago. Ac
assumes his new duties immediate-
iy.- r.- 1
Mr. Davidson will observe office
hours at the labor temple- from
7:30 until 9 o'clock every morn
ing and from 12:30 until 2 o'clock
in the afternoons. The remainder
of his time wjll be devoted to or
ganized labor outside of the office.
The meeting last niight was one ;
of the lirst of the meetings under
the weekly schedule which will be
followed until further! order.
Sanson Meets With
Linen Mill Workers
' (Continned from paga 1)
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livation are the same as for wheat.
Highest Cost f:io :
The i highest estimate that has
been made as to the dost of grow
ing flax per acre is io. This In
cludes costs of plowing the land,
harrowing, discing, spring tooth
ing, rolling, 'seeding ind the cost
of seed. It include i also the
cost of loading and hauling to the
nearest scutching mill, as well as
the costs for puilingj the mature
flax by machinery 6 per acre is
allowed as interest on the invest
ment of the land. ( -
' Returns Are (Good I
In discussing the- j returns per
acre, it is stated the average flax
crop per acre has been one and
one-half - tons, and : on irrigated
lands, two and one-half tons an
acre, i With a little cjxperience in
growing, it is estimated the two
tons an acre should bo grown in
the Willamette valleyi
The prices f!xed by .the state of
Oregon for flax are ; given as fol
lows: .f . . ."I-I - ; . 1
K Flax more than 30 penes, 138;
flax between 20 andj 3 Oinches,
$28 a tone and cut flax under 20
Inches is sold at $'12 per ton.
' Farmers who bave grown flax
in the 'Aumsville and Turner dis
tricts are anxious to increase their
Nothing less than an Amend-
,ment could have made a fruit jar
a drinking cup. , , . j . ; .
2 More Days; Only
The greatest attraction we
have ever offered
and his elaborately staged
Show of Wonders
Ask Mufdock the question
nearest your heart!
Spirit Pictures. S5ate writ
ing. Crystal Seance
Ladies Only Matinee
Thursday 2 p. m.
(Girls under 16 not
Souven lr Crystals,! etc.. Free
tliis pjpsr By FlSKST
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BEARCATS TO PLAY
.AGGIE TEAM TODAY
Only Rain Will Prevent Cros
sing ;of Bats at
It weather conditiois permit,
the Willamette Universlt. baseball
squad will meet tue oregorf Aggies
at Corvallis this afternoon., The
Lea reals wilf be in fair condition
for the' contest as they have talien
full advantage of the few days
that weather conditions have been
such that they could work on the
Ellis is expected to start the
game as pitcher although it is ex
pected by the Willamette fans
that Kaiaban will be given a
chance1 to try his stuff before the
end of the game. The only defin
ite change in lineup that is ex
pected j will be placing Robertson
at second and sending Poling into
the field to relieve Kalahan. Sev
eral men will! probably be tried in
the field before the end of the
game jjilthough the infield will
probably be left intact.
Profit by the experience
of those who know.
Use . -
A Gripping Tread
Smith & Watkins
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- The Long Dollair
v 'THEY say a tight man squeezes his dollar
until he makes "the eagle scream. j
A wise man makes his dollar stretch. He
buys but he buys wisely, making every
dollar go a long way.
, He knows that the purchasing power of a
dollar has I shrunk considerably in the last ten
years. He also knows there has never been a
time when wise buying paid bigger dividends.
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Every day, this newspaper contains infor
mation that you should have to increase your
: buying power. The advertisements are inti
mate little lessons in every-day e conomy.
They teach you how, when and for what your
', dollar will go farthest, j v
Manufacturers and merchants tell of their
'-- products through the advertisements. Almost
every new opportunity is offered through an
advertisement. Practically every unusual buy
is advertised. .
You can stretch your dollar to its elastic
limit by keeping abreast ; of the opportunities
to get full value.
Driver of Auto Declared
To Be Intoxicated; Held
Charged with driving, an auto-
niobile while : in an intoxicated
condition, Thomas Traaen was ar
rested by State Officer Reinhart
yesterday. Traaen entered a plea
of guilty in justice court and had
hi! case continued for two weeks.
H! will be sentenced on May 4.
Traaen is now at liberty after
having placed a bond of $500.
11ABY DKOW.VS IX JAIl
ST. MARY, Idaho, April 21.
While its mother was hanging up
clpthes in the yard, the two year
old child of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Whl was drowned ! in a Jar of
water that stood on the floor of
ROSTEIM & GREEMBAUM
36 inch 72 inch All Linen
Dress Linen i Table Linen
- Fast Colors . . Pretty Designs, A Real
Reduced Price Bargain ;
yard 75c yard 2.50
! -67x68 Fine Linen 36 inch All Linen
Table Cloths Table Covers
6.00 only $1.25
21x21 All Linen "... 22x22 Fine Linen j
per doz. $5.90 1 ' per doz. $7.00
These Linqns Are All Imported Subscribe for Stockin
the Proposed Linen Mill. Then We Will Buy Salem Linen
"Linen Huck Fine Linen '
Towels Towels '
Heavy Scotch Linen 18x32 59c, 89c, $1.15,
HOT Real Swell Towels
All Linen Ladies' Linen
A Fair Quality Colored Borders
yard 21c . Special 15c j
Heavy All Linen " Very Fine
TfSg Guct Linen
yard 32c, 25c yard 75c ;
These Goods Can All Be Made At Salem Will You Do
Your Part to Help Build the Linen Mill? j' ;
Our Millinery Department
in rear room Dress hats in great variety. Beautiful
and wonderfdlhats for little tots at little prices. Loads
of flowers. Best assortment in the city. The best of
merchandise. The newest styles j
The Lowest Prices ; .
Bring Your Millinery Troubles to Us 1
240 and 246 North Commercial Street
The advertisements will help you
your money go far
their home here yesterday. After
an absence of but a few minutes,
Jlrs. Wahl returned and found the
child dead, i
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FREEfrm iftraiML Not
KcSogg's TmccIcm Castor Oil
i the original taitelcs castor
oil, mac2e Cof mediant! me only.
FREB liimrurt en rrqumt ta WALTER.
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