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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL.
iiDAY, APRIL 11 .
ment. issuance of commercial Usn- another fielder can be obtained, ac
ins licenses and conduct of hearinir. j cording to Killifer. Ellis will be kept as
Associate! wun mm win oe n. . a uuiuy man.
Clanton, who will continue as mas- .
ter fish warden, and. for the tlm be- Q mnrt H71 no
lng, have charite of all trout opera- OpiLOTTlOTC tV ITIS
tions fur the game commission and' s I
walked out at midnight last night
John Lucker. sophomore orator, ' n epitomised by the brotherhood
won first place In the Willamette ln-ieadr today the entire situation was:
last nleht with his "eat vastly better.
uuiib ur Hie K4...e 1-uuiinwmub bum
be superintendent of all salmon hatch
v. f ,.,. I The eleven members of the crewi
jwas reported and a number of factof I on They hadJ
?.- iv ., , I w-ith them the ship's cat A storm i - . . .
"t!" were ashore and,! tQT LMT Slid Ra,L
tance out on VnQ
(Continued from page one)
The new game warden was electel
Seatlle. Wash., Apr. 13. Six "ul a similar amount will be paid the
representing Tacoma. Spokane, beat- utv. ,.,,,.,. 0f . fish com-
tie, Yakima. Victoria and Vancou- muwion raDlaln Rurahduff for 11 ! terclass contest
ver. B. C... are being 'hPPd 'nt0 yara was superintendent of the oration "Keeping America Fit" Fred
shape tor in. open..., e-.,. .,. om Xelephon con)pany. previous
S of the new Pacific International to ,nUmeI1,. He .,, ,
Baseball League, a Class B organiia- an( hal( ovtnM with ,he
tion which ha. taken he territory of
th. M K'urthwestern League. ... . :
Vv" -.., w B.nl. .t " "" "":' "2
vunnnvr Victoria at Tacoma and
Yakima at Spokane. The scheoule'
will run eighteen weeks and will close
Monday. September 5. Labor Day.
Determination to carry the league
through the season and not follow th.
example of the Northwest League,
which suspended in mid-season, was
eifireiied at a recent meeting of the
officials. Koch club has posted $1,000
guarantee in the league
COAST LEAGUE CLUBS
Salt Lake City
Chicago Much improved.
WcGrew of the Junior class took sec-i East Vastly worse, particularly
ond place, and Roy Skeen third. j York.
Lucker s oration was given first place j From the Ohio river west to the
in both composition and delivery by allico,8t th brotherhood leaders said, ts
of the Judges. He discussed the dan-!8tril' was "burning out"
ger of bolahevism In a complete man- In Chicago, where the strike started
ncr, Burning i rum mt nrsi aurmpis io.iwo weeks ago with a walkout of
I 11 ' ttcnmnontwca"lmore""""m,'1 when they were some distance out on i
JlmlCe ASKS railroai1 Went " St" JS k ! their return Journey to the steamer.
juoucc r&ox M Terra Hiute, ,., 5oo switch- ,. . . , ' ln th, ,.-
men on the various roads voted to Join no Qne could make out the lighta of
me uuui groi. !the ghlp. Tabby, however, with her
W hile a gradual improvement ln the ins,inclive desire to get out of the
.., MnAftarf trtm GAVerAl: . .
wuakiuu waa ...v. 1 water as quciaiy s possioie, swam
rail centers in Pacific coast states rail- j directly toward the steamer. Th
way ofifcials were confronted with re-jmen swam after her and nine of them
fusal of Southern Pacific engineers . reached the ship. The other two went
and firemen at Los Angeles to man down.
trains made up by "loyal" members of The Lake Eliko cleared from Nor-
the brotherhoods hired to replace stnk folk, Va.
found a enmmnnifitir state In Amerina
and proving the system erroneous. His
delivery was fully up to college stand
ards of oratory and ever) one was satis
fied with the decision.
Mr. McGrew'a oration. "Which WI
.. . , .. .. . 7 i '. . v ireigni was moved
, . , T.,. -m. , . Ina" Amerlc iurn- aarilBM tnei at Chicago yesterday than on any other
. u r. . . V '- e siriKe started.
treasury geies uin nuu ui me racmuj united states, and urged the necessity jhe Illlnni. f D o
switchmen- on the Chicago. Milwaukee
4 St. Paul railroad, conditions were
sufficintly Improved today to permit
lifting of several embargoes placed a
week ago. Rail mart nrriii. ...
-------mniiariu ui hid clew i nil
zs per cent more freight was moved Isteamer Lake Ellko, were saved from
Dr. Carter's IUHl
For the nom.ch, lirer .arfv , '
to purify the blood, then1,
reliable. Giv it to the HttlTcLtf
Hey feverish and eta ! aurL"
it wd it does them lot.
NEW TRIAL GRAXTED
Walla Walla, Wash., Apr. 11. juag
Edward Mills today granted Daniel
Sfnnraet InMnh Af a rt . .. U ) ! r
Kowalchuk, the I. W. W. recently con
victed here .a new trial on the ground
that eha-iff T.I.. 1. . 1 ' .
i mica iuvk liiw jury 10 a
Grangemouth. Scotland. Nine men meal at the G. A. it. hail and there
of the crew of the American cargo; made a patriotic speech.
Pet Cat Leads
Dark To Safety,
Coast league, which meets the Oakland j of entering the. league of nations andlfr.iirht f",f. p",ral RR- reported
i club here April In th opening game, taking our proper place in world af-j 89 iy. ,fU chlca 'a moving
of the season, will not be so strong as! fairs. Skeen's tonic was "A Plea for! nt.l normal- The Chicago.
th.ii It will finish the season
"Thl im nnt hush le.-tlrllll and we
want the world to know it," Louis H. of the season, will not be so strong as; fairs. Skeen's topic was "A Plea for! Milwauk m. L " ' lne -h',ao-Burnett.
Tacoma. president of the or- it was at the beginning of last season. I Amen.n Irteai." nri n i . 7. Paul railroad had 114
gunixation, declared recently. He de- according to Wade Killifer, Its man- handled. L crew and reported nearly
dared 1920 would be the greatest base ager. At present, he said, the1 team is
ball year in the history of the Pacific, without a shortstop and is short a
Northwest. fielder. The pitching staff he ranked
aii trea uenvenes, run inn ex-, the beat m tne eague. while the in
centinn of the milt hnll. nre tn )a ...ui.. -: . . .. . .
- - ueiu, wiiurn oiuciuis oi me ciuo ae-
barred by the club's rules. Admission' Cured logt them the pennant lallt year
r. ,,,rM,r., 'v iv becauseo f Its "leaky" condition, has
cents with the club paying Ihe war lml,roved 40 per ,.,.
"T-. , ,u '. Five new players have been signed
Most of th. manager, of the new, b h A ,
leanue are veterans of the Pac it ci i i Zt. . . n. t ' ,
Coast and Northwest Leagues. They ; CI"y,..7hT'' St. Louis, who
are Cliff Blankensiilp,
Tealey Raymond. Yakima
Uniwii. Vancouver. Da v. Hlllvant. K
atlle. Koliby Vajughn, Tacoma aiiAl
Mill I.eanl Victoria. Nearly all the
players are from organized leagues. :
MioKane, . ., . . .-
Robert nrl,llM' iw"' ui me dus-
Pbr Coast Trials
tun Nationals, are new twirlmi n.l,l,;l
to the stuff of veterans which include
Ote Crandull, "Curley" Iirown, Hill
Pertica, Paul Flttery, Al Schulti. Vic
tor Aldriilge and Oalord Heppy. Killi
Ter says he believes he hps In Thomas
a man who tan go ln and save a game
at a critical moment. Jt '.
C. K. Wolgamot, catcher, from the
ri n., 0 'Texas league, has been signed to help
tOr ULyniplCS Oet "m " ,he rp",vlng end with Pete
. ... . . r - - I La pan and Johnnv Bassler.
"Teg"Mtflnnahl, formerly of Indlan
biioIIh, who has been playing shortstop
(luring recent exhlbltrun games here
with the Chicago Nationals, and Jim
my McAuly, who played with the Kan
sas City baseball club Inst year, are
the pair of players Klllifur has selected
to strengthen his Infield. McDonald's
regular playing position is at third
base, but he has been pluylng at short
pending the nilvitl of McAuly. If Mc
Auly does not report to the club, the
Angels -will try for another shortstop.
according to Killifer. Art Griggs will
play first base; Karl Crandall, second;
fieri Nelhoff, third, with "Red" An
drews, Fred Haney and McDonald as
The outfield will be comnoaeil nf
Sam Crawford, who will piny rleht
field; Wale Klllif.-r, center, and Geo.
("Uiilie") Kills, who will start lii?1 Rea
son nt left. However, lust ns soon na
American Ideals," and
At the Chicago yards 246 cars of
ivestock were received yesterday, the
argest volume since the inception of
the strike and 10.000 stock yards and
Packing house employes returned to
work. Approximately 35,000 of these
workers still are idle. About 25 of
Chlcaso's normal coal supply is being
At Gary, Ind., thousands of steel
workers iron ihi- i.
Charles W. Hawlev Jr.. orsranixt at ' lighting was cut nft k .. .
.. ', . .. fl . result 01 a
uie uregon oeins a series 01 mia-wee iage,
San Francisco. Anr. ID Teni.niiu
il i'es for the Pacific coast trials, pre
liminary to Ihe final elimination tests
fur Ihe American Olympic games team
to he held In eastern cities early this
summer, have been announced by Sam
Goodman of Hun Francisco, vlce-presl.
dent of th A. A. IT., on his recent re
turn hue from Antwerp uml New
Goodman said that primary tryoutn
Mr track men would be held tti vari
ous localities and the best would lie
R"tit to 1'MnuclenH June 2 for the final
Pacific count trymits. The successful
men lit I'aMadeim are then to go east
la ciiiiipelo fur places on the team to
represent the fulled States,
Most of the American athletes going
In lleliihim for the games will still
from New York July 24.
Hwlninilng trials will lie held at
Honolulu und San Francisco July 3 ami
I'orllanil, Goodman snld, has been
awarded the boxing and wresttiiK
Olympic games committees are tn lie
formed al Los Angeles, Porllnml, Or.,
Seattle, Waxh., and San Francisco.
Last night's sophomore victory
leaves the three classes almost tied for
intercjass honors, leaving the final re
sult to track and tennis.
Hawley To Start
At The Oregon
drowning recently by the instinct of. Pacific grange, at Carnahan. has
the ship's cat to swim toward th asked the county court at Clatsop coun
steamer in a storm and darkness when tjjo accept, a long terra lease of IS
their small boat floundered at mid- acres of land at Skipanon as a aite for
night between the ship and the shore
John Shortne. S3, a sailor, of Marl
boro, Mass., and Gilmer Stroud, 17
mess-room boy, of North Carolina
the county fair.
concerts and Wednesday and Thnrs
day of each week arc to be known as
In addition to the regular featur
picture on Wednesday and Thursday
nights of this week from 8:30 to 9 p.
m. Mr. Hawley will olav:
To a Wild Ross" MacDowall
Venetian Moon" Goldberg-Maguire
Old Mack Joe" Foster
"The Storm" (a) Eventid b) The
Storm, (c) The Calm, (d) Finale
Arranged by Mr. Hawley.
With Bitro-Pbosphate on $300
New York. If you are feeling run
down, weak, nervous, tired in the
morning, and generally ailing, theo
are the symptoms that should warn
you to take care of your health.
Fouj persons In every ten are need
ing more phosphorus in their bodies.
Whenyou see thin and fretful peo
pie; or those-who are anaemic. paK
frail nft llaDnnn.. i.. ,
- . ....... itruri. hi yuuMriii ur lauHing 'in en-
at Syracuse a so v,h i , Z roads I neutralize.! stomach acidity and sweet may look for the need of
work today and strikL . Ck t0 i f tood contents 80 that digestion cer'ain elements that make for a
' ana "inkers at Puehln is easv and minima ai.i ... j . Istrnn i....,
MiiiiIa. ' - ' " "3 ui uggisis I v..ii..uuuii.
Batt e Greet vtli. t. . tadv)
k S.V Lu1'1 324 sw"chmen employ
ed by the Misosuri Pacific voted to re
turn to worktday. Switchmen. train.
men and other employes of two roads
For Dyspepsia. Indigestion
Heartburn, belching, sour acid
stomach, gas In stomach, etc., tuke a
teaspoonful of Bisurated Magnesia In
a half glass of hot water attar oti.,
Is safe, pleasant and harmless to use
ana gives almost Instant
Ohio, and sever,,. Mu'"VT' . l?nM
to ed the walkout ' "
ViWVtttae Con,inued badlv lm
Pa red at Kansas City and railroad of
ficials reported little improvement..
In Detroit approximately 50,000 fac-
.! I'.000. ln ?ther Michigan cities
As Game Warden
To Take New Job
, Polilaml. April 13. Complete seg
reautloii of the commercial "and
game Interests hitherto handled fro-n
one office of the slije fish nnd giime
commlsaloii and the appointment of
twu new heads ot the latter depart
ment were accomplished at the meet
Ing of the Joint oomnilsslun Monday
aim proiiulily marks (he end of a
long controversy between' It nnd i
group of sportsmen.
Slate Game Warden Curl J). Shoe
maker tendered hlu i-iinni..n r
fecllvs May 1, In order order that he
iiiigni heroine executive secretary nf
the fish comiiilsNlon, nnd Captain A.
iiui-Kiiuiiir, overseas veteran, win
appointed to take his place. The po
sition ur state biologist, which hits
been vacant since the dismissal or
William L. Flnley last December, will
l filled by Wnnlcy Jewell, who tor
me iwr ten years has been with the
1'niled States biological survey
A large share of the afternoon w.s
given. over lo discussion of the Rogue
liver fish controversy and ft settli
meat, It is believed, will be reached
within a month. An ngreemMit sub
mitted by various Interests on the
liver stiguostlnr; changes" in the lengln
of vin nnd regulating ntcthuda ,f
fishing did not meet with entire spin-oval
and th attorney general, a
representative of the I'nlted Stales
bureau of fisheries and persons on
the river who did hot figure In the
petlllon will first be consulted. .
Other Important business that was
put through dining the day luclud s
.appropriations fur tin,, duvelupment
of trout hutchertts. .
With the divorce of the rummer
liit snd game department on May I
Mr. Shoemaker wtll .move his nttlc
to the , new quarters In the . tltiseo
building, while Captain iliiiRhduir
and Mr. Jewett will remain In the
rooms new occupied In the Oregon
building. Mr. Shocm.ik.Va duties will
Include direction of the patrol serv
ice fur the commercial fiuh .I-..,,...
Heart euses pain', reduces the in
flammation and scatters congestion,
halfway remedies Won't ilrt. Vmi'vsi
got to draw the inflammation HkIiI
out. U.KV's Mustarlna mndn with trua
yellow mustard and other nnln rllet-.
ers penetrates quickly nnd ennnot
Apply tonight over that sore. neVi.
Ing back and cover with a cloth. In
the morning you'll wonder where yoi r
backache has gone. Wh v vnu imviiii
thought of Musttirlno before. It's sim
ply great. 30 cents. All druggists. S.
C. Wells & Co.. LeRov. N W
Pronertv owners of Dallas have nro-
tested aulnst the construction of the
proposed Muple street sewer olstrlct ' 1,1 "'her Michigan citiei
on acocunt ot present cost of labor and . , " . 1 work. Detroit was licht
material. night. .
V v'Tland 200 shopmen of the
Nw York Central walked out and re
ports were tw i, ana re
An Oregon family of four had ."'ans for a city-wjd walkout from
$100 a month to get along on inj c"umCu v-op rhury- The Co
1913. but had ffrown iRto a fam- ,H, .iT" 8 uni voted to can
: : ..." . .. . "".iciiing crer, ,... ,
l.'klaa, lll.rdlna ur fro.
v. ul an switching crewf
ily Of ten With only $45 a month' handle passenger traffic.
inn-Ysi in 10?fi lirviir in fVia x'av1 A M, i
11IL.W1I1C 111 libiUi llu (T All L11C II Ui 1U
would it live?
That Is the Case With
The State University, the Agri
cultural college, ana tne uregon
Normal, ln 1913 they had 2250
students; now they have 5400.
And 311 in 1013 la nnlv na crnnfl
as 45 cents today, in purchasing
You Yourself Were
could you carry on the work of
tne college, university ana Nor
mal on the same state suDDort
as in 1913?
You Could Not
Neither can the State Universi
ty, the Agricultural College, and
the Normal School do it. Will
you not help these three institu
tions to continue their useful
and productive work for Oregon
by votine on Mav 21 for the
Higher Educational relief meas
"For years my hindt were almost raw.
1 tier itchd to bad I tu almoit crsiy.
Suffered day sodoif lit Uted all kinds
of medicine and rot no relief. Lot all
Iioom of tier bemi cured until I iota
trial bottle of 0. D. U. Reiulte were to -treat
1 rot a Ar,e bottle. Can ileep
sow and will alwayi praise D. D D
-R.0DKKT I. HOLMES. Uanakln. Vs
Anyone iunrin( from ikln trouble-mild or
"n"??' Inretlr,t at one the merits
fU-n. l. Try It today. We (usraatee tu
aac, vw; aou fl.ou.
. ouii.e peopie, atter relying -upon
preparations composed chiefly of saLs
quinine, drastic drugs, iron, calomel
cod liver oil, etc., wonder why they
find no benefit. That is easily t
plained by the fact, that such persors
need the phosphoric element, whl .h
is a most potent essential to health,
and contained in Ritro.Phnoni,..A . .,. .'
famous health preparation. Now ob-
The right thlncr for vm, tn ..
make a trial of Bitro-Phosphate begin
... at unce. 11 is not a patent medi
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many physiciansjor the aliments and
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witn every box of Bltro-Phnnt,t..
are a few simnln henith
.uh'h ana a
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"Gets-It" Loosens Them f
, Lift Off la m Jiff,
Th corn pains ceas I
a few drops of "Gets-It" rest
corn. It goes out of the hurtia, w
iness forever. ,
A 1 orn 0n9 I
For a day or so the com remaia
getting looser and looser anjt i.i
out a twinge from it. n.. u
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