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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
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tCopyright, 1920. by H. C. Fisher. Trade Murk Keg. U. & Tat. Otfiea.
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New York, Ayr. 30
Zachnry, Sehacht and
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Huston . 4
New 'York 2
. A.S SEKX THllf THK
' .lOlilNAJi WIXOOW
1 1 V . (I'.y the C.iuntry lCditor.) .
M Il a i,'t''
,( jie Willamette Iiva
iitiimon U to 4 in
Hoyt and Walters; Mays and Ruel.
A-iisue. . ! vinit clime or country on tlv
rnnmit'ipiim, f)r. iio. uaiiea
ond half sixth, rain. Score:
New York 2 8
u me l'Uilade!Jtiia : 4 tf
ats yes ! Benton and Snyder, .McCarthy; Call
ix inning : sey and Wheat,
sec- , of the glohe can fcrmsh a peer to the!aiHj
tniylit .May (.ay.-s o our own Oregon
and the Willamette, valley? Whut
i continent, or tiand .of the sea in the
i Orient can surpa.-s the transcendent
later, when it will be easy to detenu::. c
What th ,..tlt i.l i ..
jlhe firesient time, however, and thi
srowers, universally, nre. highly pleas
ed over the outlook.
Iint,anVri ies. it is claimed,, were ,
uninjured hy the cold in this country
besides a bountiful crop of n.'tines
there will lie an ibundance of. liej-: ies.
vill be opened at the Opera House and
ii-arniaey next Thursday morning at
1 a. m.
Boxers Will Try
Out In Portland
a wieid mutest, with all
Ifrrak plays to break the nio-
oiie-siueit cuaiesi. i.om
'kit freely, but the lienrcnio
Apr. 30. Score:
1'feffer and Elliott;
beautiy of our flowered hills casting
... i.. ,1... PI, .1,1 ,,.ut n'Mill
jirtigm imii ' "
lime, aim ran me in"""
'out fragrance and sweet perfumes
0 2 Prose and poetry, eloquence and or
3 6 ; tory, the painters brush and the chisel
.McQuillan and : of the sculptor have exhauted their
; powers of mayic to make historic the
! skies of old and crystal, the Korseous
.ningaway with most anything ; J pna.1p Cr' imagery of fleecy clouds, and the rav-a-hdp
of the slow delivery ofl VUHOl LtCUgUO UUUf ishiiitc beauty of l;ke and landscape of
nd Stanley, the I'acific pitch-1 At Los Anseles R. H. E. ' the western hemisphere. But pause
d the ftenerjl nervousness oi;s:ilt IJU;e 4 7 Oifor a moment and gaze upon the sum-
Vernon " 11 is i ! mer slopes of our own hills and moun-
irtond unci tnira innings were
,U.. ii.jifln lu.ini with
;::in7..,e pan .l...o.t tool'1" al,l?vrmer.
the scurers to Keep iracK. n,
talki'd in the second, Wolfe
Cittrick witti a ntcnea nan, ami
tame through with a double
scored both tif them. Caton j
Leverenz, Kelger, ISaum and liyler;
At 8 tn 1'rancisco-
j Oakland .....t 0 3 2
I'enner and Cook; Kruusg and
At Seattle R. H. E.
9 13 2
Touch on Play
Equal to any professional
pany. is the verdict of till who
I'ihilicid. Or., .May . v. .Morrii--Im.uie,
in charge of the Olympic trp
out in the Pacific northwest amateur
Kis-iatisn for the A. A. r.
today received word from V. A. Ru-
""" wecrvuM ui vne ortsanuutuon. i xv st9)ll(.s Hl( .
unu rtiinaim nau ueen selected, not
itiily for the wrestling:, but also for the
'boxing troyouts to be held on the I'a
cific coast. -
This .means, according to Dunne.
that all wrestlers and boxers who wish
Manufacture of agricultural prod- j w
uets and farm supplies, the Lincoln'
County farmers Co-operative Waie
h.iuse a.HMieiati'in of Toledo filed arti
cles of incorporation with the state cor
poratlon here Thursday. The corpor
atlon is capitalized at S2S0rt. The in
orpoiators are Clau-i Christiamu'ti,. K.
H. Snuniway and .1. W. Carris'.i,
.Otiier articles were filed Thursday
1 Oregon Diamond T Truck company,
I'.H'tliind, ?ao.t'UO; It. (l.ddberg, .!,.
t!',)iimier and It. 1.. l'liilllps.
Uerdspori Clothing eompnny
port. $10.00(1; Lsaau E. Staph
for everyone that he should mn
i aell. The "two .verletis e:teh Slliw
day" custom, they say. i nptis-'s a great
strain en the clergy a strain nn.uti.tly
if nt more heavily felt hy the laiety.
hi, by a pitched ball and Da-1 f "
L Hut was out trying to f . -
W la the third Page I V" " .. """u ' "
H.n hit after R. Dimick I ,
il out; II. Dimick walked and ! , ' " "y . "',', J' "
ny 01111 in me linn inning spoiled wnat
km h. tins hit l.v the nltcher "ttu u-r"
Zi 4 . - twren
tains and contemplate the radlent beau
ty of the teeming valleys. The eye
never tires in its admiration of the
griissy meadows and the blossomed
hills In the spring time. No poet's
motnhne ejm rln thorn tudtlno Vn
orator's imagery or eloquence otjlhysique and voice for this exacting
'.i, , m.i ,i0t 'role, but also the histrionic . anility
oeen priviiegcit to watch tile prawllce ; 10 compete lor me cnauce iu enier uie t v of ortjuntx.
of the junior play ot Willauietto unl-1 final tryouts for the I'nlted States ' J '
versity, "The Iditly of Lyons." Linen Ueauis which will compete in the Olynv
F.asler, taking the 10H1 of Claude j pic tournaments must enter the tor
ilelnottc, . is u natural lead, who : oaments here. Winners ill these events
would go tar 011 the road to success j ,vh!ch will bo held late ill June, will
were he to choose the fodtlUftitx tot j oe sent to Now York and Boston to
'' A certificate showing an increase
jcspitul stock from $25,000 to (1)0,000
i wa:i filed by the Monarch Motor ciun
! puny of Portland,
Uesilutlons of dissolution were filed
; by the Mitchell Point Lumber com-
5200 Persons in
Contest to Give
Trade Mark Name
What will the trade mark for the.
Oregon Orowers Cooperative associa
ltecds ti products lie?
, (too. I fifty two hundred persons from all
vocation. He has not only the compete in the finals early In July
'!,l.'ittpl'k unit futon forced In
en u goou piieners uuoi DC
At this limphirp twren j eriie;t uuu oeiuoiu yesieruay,
iiy" Irvine hit one that the third T . T . ,, , , . 1 Scotts Mills. Thev are whollv and en
In shrakHiave handled, and a1 """ '.
.(mrthmws allowed all four!'t,te nlm tn two', I'ihed a.
tion of them. The most ornate and
eloquent diction is Impotent in their
presence. To lie appreciated they
tnust be seen.
All languages chant praises of the
historic skies and ravishing sunsetR of
Italy. Nevertheless they do not exiall
the smile found upon the countenances
of prune growers in the vicinity of
tirely jubilant over the outlook' for the
Jo (cure. tLiheup:
ljii.ftio Irvine, nltcher; ' Da-
iieher; Page, short; R. Dimick,
: Brown, catcher; H. Dimick,
I; McK'ittrick. flr.it; Powers,
M; Caton. centerfield. Jte-
k piicM two innings,
Ific Stanley, second; Siler, left-
E. Wi.'lfe. catcher: Kinder, short
ft. pitcher; Kii-ke, centerfield;
fiist: Ronii, rightfleld; Lena-
iihl. Stanlev nltrhed three in.
steady game, allowing but six hit.'
- - 'At. Portland ' ; t. H. E.
San Kranclaeo .....I..,., t- 10 2
Portland 3 6 2
Couch, Seaton and Agnew; Poison
0 (I 2 11 0 0-
Ite 1 4 (i 0 2 x-
R. H. E.
4 7 3
pUOll !,KA(;n.; KCOIil-'.S
" Apr. 30. Score;
Willamette Net ,
Game' Stars Off
To Eugene Today
Noble Moodhe and Hugh Donev, the
Willamette men's tennis team, are In
Eugene today playing the C. of O. fac
ulty team, which if-: said to be as strong
as the varsity team. The match was
ararnge'd on short notice, but the Wil
lamette men have ben training hard
for tile meeting with IT. of O. varsitj
men next wek. and are tirennred to
give the Eugen profs a battle.
War Mothers Of
Boy Scout Drive
i. Perry anil r
Abuer Riddle, aged 05. a pioneer
who had lived near Kiddle practically
all his life, died at his home there last
. (St W ot
liresent season, nnd with the hills cov-
ut ; ered with flowered benuty ?they have
J; every reason t rejoice. One of the
critcb. I weeks-in the prun season has
j passed. With ten days nrtire of favor
i able weather the richest crop of
prunes and cherries that have, been
grown In the hills tributary to the lit
tle Quaker town for several years will 4;a actors
be assureu. ine niuiiui 01 niuy, me
growers predict, is likely to bring the
kind of weather desired for the pro
'ductlun of prunes, and thev are unani
mous about one hundred of them,
cultivating approximately one thous
and ac:'es of prunes in the opinion
that the scnr.on of 1920 bids fair to be
a banner year in the history of the
There are two prune growers' asso
ciations in the Scotts Mills territory.
The Butte Falls association has been
organized for ten or twelve years, and
the now association, known as tne
State association, has been organized
less than a year. The last name asso
ciatioji has just finished a big packing
house, and 'they are branching out con
siderably, planting numerous new or
chards. Mot of the lftl!) crop has been dis
posed of, it is said, only a few cars be
inH held hy the associations. Some of
thein here and some in New York. The
increase price and favorable market
will move these very rapidly. Only a
small portion of the new crop has been
u-Md on contract this year. It is said
that sales will be slow and uncertain
until about the first of June or a little
and power of personality necessary to
portray such a part to an audience.
Miss Kay Peringer in thi- title . ole
also takes to the part naturally, lend
ing to it her own gracious and gtn-
, i . . .1 Proving the active part that the
inger has i played charac er parts, not- .ation is taking in civic affairs,
ab y "Little Orphant Annie ,, the foowin(f Mtc,, aanres8ed to 8a
Riley program last fall, but she is; mothers, and the public in
iuuy ui ...... ... ... ma. ... ... ral , a HamI,e of Its endeavori
aristocratic I'rench girl wh hn been , o ,.
stripped of title and wealth by tin
I revolution. Ralph Thomcs, who will
toe remembered for the pleasing rc-
eitiil which he cave several wefhit ago,
is capable of taking any part? and is
particularly good in the role of a
Edwin Socolofsky has always nei.
recogniKed as one of the most talent-!
in the university, . giving'
his work a spirit and fire which
many professionals might envy. Ay
the villain in the play he has a good
opportunity to display this abandon.
Myrtle Mason, Paul Klegel. Russell
Rarey and Frank Foster are till par
ticularly good in the p.-vl: er'sigiied
to them, and in fact the whole com
pany is responding to the ii.Helll.'::crt
tuition of Miss. Barnes, the gifted di
rector. : Miss Barnes was at one time dra
matic critic for the New York Times
and will not be content Willi anything
but the best production that can be
staged. Siie is at present head ot I he
Ellison-White school of drama al
As the play is to be given mit onre.
Friday night In the opera house, the
chief difficulty will be in finfllng
room for all who want to see it. Prac
tically all of the students as woll as
tha five hundred visitors who nre
coming to Willamette for May Day
will want to see the play, as well as
a large number of Salem people. Tick
ets are now being sold by members
of the junior class, and reservations
along these lines:
This Is to inform all War MotherR
who are not In the habit of attending
the regular meetings, that Salem
chVi titer has gone on record as hearti
ly approving the Boy Scout movement
and has promised to aid it In every
possible way.- When the collectors In
the ficout drive come to you within
the next few days, remember our
promise and pledge all you can.
"It Is undoubtedly a wonderful
work, this of training anil disciplin
ing our future men nnd lawmakers.
Look out for a whirjwjnd drive dur
ing the rest of this week, and get be
".Merchants are usked to leave their
subscriptions at home, as the cam
paign will riot fnciude the downtown
districts." Signed, Mrs. John A. Car
son, president Salem chapter, Amer
ican War Mothers.
No Sermon Better
Than Poor Talk
London, Apr. 30. Are sermons in
dispensable? This Is otie of the ques
tions on which a decision may lie tak
en by the bishops of the Angellcan
church at their meeting in Lambeth
A section of churchmen art. dt';
clured to hold that If a limn hasnot
the gift of preaching It would bo 1ott
jl-iuts of the rnit?d States, and one.
in 'in England have mailed surges; ions
to the offices here of the :iHHoeiatl:n,
In. participation In the contest hetsun '
several months ago. A prize of $100
was offewd for the acceptable trade
Due to the largo volume oi t'ui.Ki
in the contest It will require about
a week or ten day to clocld upon the
winner. C. 1. liewiH, hicliargo of or-
ganlxallon and publicity for the as
sociation, said today.
W arehouse Co.
Organized for the purpose' - of co-
SKINNER & WHITE
nn vmi LABOR AGENCY
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The llible Answer to Sir Oliver
Lodge and Others
Hear this illuminating discourse
C. ,T. LeliOY
Lecturer for the International
SUNDAY, MAY 2, 2:30 P.M.
The mystery of psychic phen
omena and communication with
the spirit world scripturally ex
plained. The facts of ages con
trasted with the deductions of
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Chorus in ,
FUN, SONGS, WONDERFUL MUSIC FASCINATING GIRLJFS
The Big Girlie Show that the United Slates Government Played in all the
Big Army Camps and Has Played to Over a Million Soldier and Sailor Boys.
20 Dainty Singing and Dancing Girlies Under 20
"Two Other Headline Acts"
Special 5 Piece Orchestra
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COMING TUESDAY "SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS"
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