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THE CAPITAY JOURNAL
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Fast Ball Here
The Htnnford university baseball
teuin. which will play Willamette uni
versity Wedm-wluy afternoon at 3 p.
in. on Sweetlnnd field, defeated the
V. of (). tenm Monday at Eugene,
11 to 7. Huth team hit freely, but
otherwiHe the game wan uninterfHtlng.
ThiH victory over Oregon given Home
hl"u of the DtreiiKth of the Califur
iilutm an V. of O. is coneeded to have
ohm of the faHtest college teams on
the count. I'rom comparative bcoich
the Stanford team him all the best
of the argument with Willamette, but
the MVthoUlHts have Improved their!
batting nlnce the games with I). A. 'C.I
mid are primed lu give the mmthern
er a run for their money. McKIW
ikk, who. Injured bin knee nguliiHt
J'lii'lfic l'Yiday, will be back In the
' Kami'. Jackson, who ban been devot
ing his time to track, has lelurncd to
iIih biiMeball squad since the track
Mention has .been cancelled, 'and may
ociMipy lite slab In one of the games
Couch MalhewB lias deemed It wise
to cancel the track meets which he
had scheduled for this Benson, partly
on account of lack of funds, anil
partly because he found It Impossible
I. ogive the necessat'y amount of time
to both track and baseball nnd i1
justice to either, In place of the
Ciie'iinwa meet Friday there will be
a push-ball conlet between classes,
nnd it tub race on' the mill streum.
I'nlversity of Oregon Hi a listless and
(eaturesless game on tho local dia
mond yesterday afternoon by the
score of 11 to 7. The team will play
again this afternoon. The score:
H. H. E.
Stanford 11 12 2
Oregon : 7 13 2
Itergund Leslie; Newlands and Kat-ner.
M.uoii M:f;u: M-oiiKs
t'lilbideliililu, May 8.- Scofev ;
It. H. K.
New York 6 H 1
riina(iciinia 9 21 1
Nehf and K. "Smltli:
Men lows and
'Huston, May 3 Hcore, HI innings:
lliooklyn 11.! 1
Itostoii f i 13
Mmlth and Miller; Klllliiglm and
Cincinnati, May 8.Flrst gamo,
it. . h. :.
Chicago 2fl l
;incinnatl i o J
Vaughn mid Killefer; Kller, Lmiue
and lurlden. ,
Second game: R. i n,
Chicago 5 o
Clncluimtl o C 6
Alexumter and Killefer; t'lslur,
Ihessler and Wlngo. v '
TJcrolt, May 3. Score:
R. H. R.
Cleveland 14 3
Morton, Murchison, Kaeth and
O'Neill; Leonard and Alnsmllh.
New York, May J. Scqre:
R. It. K.
lloBtim , , 3 7 1
New York 1 s i
Russell sail Walters; Alojrrldgoi and
SH.tl.nulM, May 3. Score:
R. H. K.
Chicago 7 n (,
Ht. Louts 1 6 S
C. Williams and Holmlk; 8othi.r,n.
lluvls and Sveitld.
Wathlngtmi, May J.8core:
It. It K.
I'tuladeliihia 8 9 1
Wiwlilngtoii H J;' 2
Murtln, Ifimty, Rommel unA Ver
kins; Courtney, tinyder and Plelnieh.
Strike Ties Up
I'arls, May '3. The otrike situation
in this city was generally stationary
at the north nnd east stations this
morning, only about fifty percent of
tho usual number of trains being In
operation. At the Ht. Lnnre station
traffic wag affected more seriously.
Virtually no freight trains were mov
ing during' the forenoon.
M. Monltte, managing director of
the weekly publication Labor - Llfcf
which has bin conducting a cam
paign ' for the continuation of the
railroad workers strike was arrested
this morning. This is the first in con
nection "with the raflroad strike.
I'arls, May 3. Workers through
out France will be protected by the.
government Jigainst aggression by
Btrlkers, according to an , Interview
with Yves Le Trocquer, minister of
public wotks, printed In this morn
ing's Matin. The minister declares
all measures to furnlMh necessities of
life to the people have been taken.
rnmiDit comptkoixkr di:.d
llaltiiboro, Md., May 1. William
Itarrett Kldgley, comptroller of the
currency from 1001 to 1008, died at a
hospital here last night from a sudden
complication from an operation.
Are Fined For
Portland, Or., May 4. Federal
Judge Bean Monday declared the
Northwest Steel company and the Co
lumbia Klver Shipbuilding corpora
tion In contempt of court and levied
fines of J2500 each. J. R. Bowles and
Alfred F. Smith, heads of the two
companies, were technically placed
under arrest, being placed In the cus
tody of the.ruitid States marshal.
Sentence of the heads of the two
shipbuilding companies is the result of
contempt findings agulnst the com
panies and officers, who last week re
refused to obey a court order requiring
them to produce the books and rec
ords for a federal grand Jury Investi
gation. Bowles and Smith, it was said,
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Wlll It'IimiH 111 IIIC luoimij vi iiiv ,,. .
shal until the bonks ana records are
turned over to the grand jury.
A stay of execution for five dus, al
lowed by the court in which to file an
application for a writ of error, will
prevent the shipbuilding magnlttes
from actually going to Jall,.lt was said.
Hall was fixed at 110,000 each.
1S70. The celebrants have ohce more gram or an address explaining tne eau
visited the Coliseum, however, and cational measures on the special elec
arrayed In their strange gray gar-'tion ballot. May 21.
ments, which included a cowl wheihj .
covered the head and face, have re-! rt J Qii-nnl
vived the ceremony of old time. KjieVeiUllU OlTCSl
urowas gathered along tne streets; , rn fi t
traversed by the procession. LW IU CTl I O OiriKC
ploymnt of women conductors.
Churches Asked To
Aid Observance Of
Ministers of churches throughout'
Oregon will be asked by J. A. Church
Ill, state superintendent of public In-'
struction, to co-operate in the observ-'
anco of Sunday, May 16, as education-!
al day. An effort will be made to'
have every church set apart a time In '
either the morning service for an ob-;
servntion of tho' day by a special pro-
Cleveland, O., May 4. Union mo
tormen and conductors employed by
,the Cleveland Railway company at
mass meetings last night and early
today rejected the company.s maxi
mum offar of seventy five cents an
hour, an increase of fifteen cents,
with a minimum six hour day and
voted overwhelmingly to strike at
midnight tomorrow. Approximately
3000 men will be affected.
The men demand an Increase of
thirty cents an hour and a minimum
eight hour day.
The company withdrew counter de
mands for an open shop and the em-
Warsaw, May 2. (By the Associat
ed Press) Dlsr'oder and confusion
prevail in Kiev, according to reports
received here. Some dispatches state
that the bolshevik! are exacuating'
Kiev while others say General Miei
eckow, the 35-year-old commander of
the Twelfth Red army. Is making ex
tensive preparations to defend Kiev.
A charter has been granted for
First National bank of Prescott iu
a capital of $25,000 and undWijej
profits of $25,000.
Roger Sullivan, Chicago democratic
leader, left a fortune of $1,500,000 ac
cording to the will. The bulk of the
fortune is incorporated in a trust fund
for the benefit of the widow and chil
dren. The J. H. Tillman company has re
ceived from the Clatsop county court
a contract to pave the county road
from the Wahanna bridge to the south
ern limits of the city of Seaside. The
contract price is $29,690.23.
Ship Us YourWool
We do cleaning and card
ing for comforters and
of pure wool batts.
760 Umatilla Avenue
802 Spalding Bldg.
JOURNAL-WANT ABS PAT.
JOURNAL WANT ADS BRING "EM
Home, Apr. 17. After an Interval
of fifty years the Coliseum again has
been the scene of the moving and pic
turesque ceremony of the Via Crucls.
Pope Benedict XIV, who reigned as
I'ope from 1740 to 1758, instituted the
ceremony by placing a cross In the
center of the arena, vhere martyrs
had given their lives for the faith,
nnd erecting fourteen stations of the
cross about the historic pile. Each
Friday the ancient amphitheatre wit
nessed the solemn rite.
The practice was abandoned In
W ill HF. THEY PLAY
Ban Francisco, May 4. Puelflc
Count leagua cclieduls for May 4-:
lj Angeles t Rin Frnnctsco.
Ouklund and Vernon nt Los An
Reles. Macrnmento nt Salt Lake,
Portland at Sentlle.
Big Reductions in
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With Prices on Strictly High Grade Up-To-The-Minute in
Style Shoes for
Men, Women and Children
Within the reach of every pur sey with an assortment com
plete we can Guarantee a perfect fit. and Absolute Com
. fort without sacrificing style
La.dies' brown" Kid cloth tap,
lace shoes,. Hilo Heels.. Regular
One lot brown Calf, cloth top
Shoes, high or low heels. Reg
ular $10.00 and $12.00
Ladies' all Kid two tone brown
vamp Field Mouse top, Hilo or
Louis heels. Regular $16.00
Pullman Wins From
U. Of W. By 5 To 4
Seattle, Wiifh,. Mav 4 -l'.icakliig a
f nir to four lie In the ninth Inning,
'Washington State college won from
t uivei -ity of Washington five to four
j i-stci-ilar. The scort:
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W.i.-htiitfton Stale 8 11 S
I. of W 4 6 1
Moi-mii" and (irahani; Chamberlain
.iiid I. and.
Oregon Loses Game
To Stanford 11-7
Tomorrow and Thursday May 5 and 6
Stanford U. vs.
Ladies' soft Kid, plain or cap
toe, rubber heels, Comfort
Shoes. Regular $7.00
Ladies' black Kid Juliets, plain
toe, patent stay. Regular $5.00
Children's Brown Calf Shoes,
sizes 8 1-2 to 12,1-2 and 13 to 2.
Children's mahogany calf bluch
er shoes, sizes 11 1-2 to 2. Reg
Ladies' Dress Shoes
One big lot Ladies' black kid and patent leather but-
ton shoes, all sizes in the lot. Regular
?o.uu ana $b.uo values
Ladies' Dress Shoes
Ladies' black kid shoes, Cuban, military or Louis heels ;
come in lace or button. Regular ctc rf
$6.00 and $7.00 values
Ladies' Dress Shoes
Ladies' new shoes, brown calf vamp, cloth top, Cuban
or Louis heel, pointed toe. Regular
Men's Dress Shoes
Odd lot broken lines Men's black and brown shoes, but
ton and lace, all sizes in the lot. flr
Regular values up to $12.00 tpD,"5
Men's Dress Shoes
Men's black calf blucher, lace, wide toe, all sizes. Reg
ular $10.00 sellers, a tr
assorted lasts -.$0.5)5
Men's Dress Shoes
Men's black and brown late dress shoes, all lasts
and sizes. Regular' turn
values $12.00 Sy Qn
Men's black and brown dress shoes,' "bTucher or bal
Boys' black Calf Blucher, lace
Dress Shoes, sizes 11 to 2. Reg
Boys' black Calf Dress Shoes,
blucher lace, sizes 2 1-2 to 6.
Boys' black Calf Shoes, blucher
lace, sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2. Our.
regular $6.00 sellers
MEN'S ELK BALS
500 pairs Men's brown Elk Bals,
all" sizes, cost now $3.50
Men's-Felt House Slippers, gray
and brown. Regular
Men's Dress Shoes
Men's black and brown dress
shoes, blucher or bal lace. $
lasts and sizes. Regular
Men's Fine Shoes
Men's black and brown dre
shoes, some on English
Blucher and bal lace.
$14.00 and $15.00
Rubber Heels at
liie Price Shoe Co.
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