DAILY CAPITAL JOTOKAL, BALBat OEBOOH, THT7B8PAT. MAT IS, 1S13.
Thinks His Team 50 Par Cent Stronger
Than Last Year When Defeated
Albany's manager is making some
tall claims in roffanl to this year's ball
tram. He assorts that the toam is 50
per cent stronger than last year, and
has had much more strenuous practice.
This should mean a great game Sun
day, when the Salem Sonators go from
Manager Baker thinks that even If
the Albany team has Improved 50 per
ent, it will not be able to got away
with the Senators. The latter have not
bad as much practice as the Albany
team, but have loomed up strong, and
there is no reason to believe that they
will suffer defeat.
Pitcher Baker is in fine fettle, and
the Albany boys will find it a hard
matter to connect with his puzzler.
Itaker is considered better than last
year, when ho aided in defeating the
I Wonder Why.
( By Oeo. K. I'hair.)
I know not why, but when I make my
To yonder park to ppeiid a joyous
The athletes som like wooden men, anil
A brand of. ball that is a heinous
And yet, whon I am forced to stay
Each athlete plays tho game like Ty
wonder why it is they always piny
Like fiends when I am not upon tho
W. L. PC
Philadelphia 14 7 .607
Brooklyn 16 9 .640
St. Louis 14 12 .538
Chicago 15 13" .536
New Pork 13 11 .542
Boston 10 13 .435
Pittaburg 10 16 .385
Cincinnati 7 18 .280
St. Louis 12
New York 7
Pacific Coast League.
Los Angeles 25 15
San Francisco 21
Portland -.16 20
Sacramento 16 21
At Los Angeles Los Angelos 4,
At San Francisco San Francisco 7
At Sacramento Venice 4, Sacramen
10 16 .385
9 !9 .321
21 19 .525
K. II. E.
Boston 7 8 1
Ht. Louis 0 4 3
Tyler and Whaling; Harmon, Willis
and Wingo, McLean.
B. II. E.
Chicago 11 13 4
Boston 14 12 4
Cheney, Lavender, ami Archer; Mar
piard, Ames aud Wilson.
What's the Use?
Lives of bnsi'lmll stars remind us
Wo may play like Tyrus Cobb,
And, departing leave behind us
Some ono else to fill our job.
Kodjl Yamada, the Japanese bllllard-
ist, who is matched to play Willie
lloppe for the 18.2 championship here
May 27, has started practicing for the
match, and is showing wonderful form.
The Food Drink (or all Ages Others are Imitation!
Pitcher Walter Johnson's victory of
yesterday made bis ninth straight win
this season. Only two runs have been
made off him this year.
Bube Marquard was hit for two
singles, a double and a home mn in
the first inning of yesterday's game
with Chicago. Umpire Kiem put Man
ager McGraw ,of New York, and Short
stop Bridewell, of Chicago, off the field
and fined Ooode and Clymer each 10.
Chicago got 11 hits off Marquard in
six Innings, and two off Ames in three.
Johnny Even, of the Chicago Cubs,
is under three days' suspension as a
result of a clash with Umpire Orth, in
Kilbane and Dundee will hare anoth
er opportunity to pull down a bunch of
coin before long.
Luther McCarty Is probably one of
the most modest men of today. Listen
to his recent statement: "I am tho
greatest boxer in the world."
George E. Pbalr says: "Whenever
we gaze on a wrestler we are grieved
to think that the lure of the sporting
game has shattered a promising career
as a piano mover."
Johnny Kilbane has picked an easy
one for June 11, when he will meet
Jimmy Fox in a 10-round go Bt Oakland
before the Oakland Wheelmen club.
Gunboat Smith and Jess Wlllard are
training hard for their coming battle at
San Frnni'isro. Al Kmfmau was among
those whe recently donned gloves with
It Is suggested that the New York
Yacht club is a combinatio n in re
straint of sportsmanship.
Bat Nelson is quoted as wrltltng to
his latlior in luw that he is tlnoiiL'h
fighting for good. His late efforts
could hardly bo called fighting.
B. H. E.
Cincinnati 6 11 0
Brooklyn 2 4
Batteries Benton and Clark; Allen,
Wingling, Stack and Miller.
B. H. E.
Pittsburir 7 11 3
Philadelphia 2 7 2
Batflries Hendryx and Kelly; May
er, Nelson, Brennan and Dooin.
R. II. E.
Boston 1 2 0..
Detroit 4 10 2
Batteries Bedieut, Foster and Cady;
Willette snd Rondeau.
R. H. E.
St. Louis 5 10 3
Washington 10 12 1
Batteries Leverenz, Allison and Me
Alester, Alexander; Johnson, Boehling
R. H. E.
Cleveland 2 5 1
New York 2 12 4
Called after 15 innings on account of
Batteries Steen and O'Neil; Fisher
0."aii'rially, at least, one is in-.ljiod
til lnl.ew' that the I'saln:'st was liter
nil K- I rue lather than metaphorical when
Im vrnlu. "All men are liara." Or'
nutvi, iV term "mou"' way used yer-
This Interests Every Woman.
A family doctor said recently that
women come to him thinking that they
have female trouble, but when he treats
them for their kidneys and bladder,
they soon recover. This is worth know
ing, and also that Foley Kidney Pills
are the best and safest medicine at such
times. You cannot got bettor, purer
medicine for backache, irregular kidney
and bladder action and nervousness due
to kidney troubles. Try them. They
aro tonic in action, quick in results.
Dr. Stone Drug Co.
-Many a man who seems ilend to tho
world is only buried in thought.
I Skin or Beauty is a Joy Forever
TL T. FELIX COURACD'S ORIENTAL
U CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIES
t.-Z t O
RemoTM Tan, Pimplst,
t'rccklM, Moth Pachas,
lUati, nd Skin Dim-wea,
nd every blemish
'in beauty, ainl de
tlei detection. II
has atood the tert
of to yean, and
U so hiruileaa we
taste It to be sure It
ti properly mails.
Accept qo counter
felt of similar
name. Dr. L. A.
Havre said to
lady of the haul
tn i patient i. '
" A you lad lei
will uie them.
(Innrnml'a flrefim at the last hurnifiii of all lha
kin preparation!!." For nale by all dninjcnta and Kuncy
Uouda Dealers Id the Uulud States, Camilla anu JCiirop.
I)0.T. HOPKINS. Prcp 37 Graf Jena Sired KmTivi
Rev. John Lamond, of Edinburg,
Scotland, to Deliver the Com
Yesterday's Collegian gave the first
public announcement of Willamette's
commencement program. The chief
commencement speaker is to be Rev.
John Lamond, of Edinburg, Scotland.
He will deliver the commencement ad
dress. Bishop Hughes, of San Francis
co, will give the commencement speech
to the graduates from Kimball College
of Theology and Dr. Benjamin Young,
of Taylor street Methodist church,
Portland, will deliver the address to
the graduating laws and medics.
The university authorities congratu
late themselves on being able to secure
Rev. Lamond, of Scotland. He will be
in the Northwest, attending the
World's Christian Citizenship Con
gress at Portland, and it will be very
gratifying to Salem people to know
that he will speak in the city.
On class day the seniors will present
Miss Pennington's masque, "The
Mill Stream Court.' The seniors are
making extensive preparations for the
class day ceremonies, and a delightful
entertainment is expected to result.
Another commencement week event,
which will attract great interest, will
be the intersocietv oratorical contest
for a big silver cup. Each of the col
lege literary societies will enter a con
testant and the evening contest will
furnish a fitting culmination for the
society rivalry of the year.
Another important event will be the
ceremonies commemorating the work
and life of Jason Lee. These services
will be planned and conducted by tho
girls' Willamette club.
As is customary, the alumni reunion
and banquet will close the aeries of
events on the commencement program.
That Wonderful Event
IF THERE is a time above all times when a
woman should be in perfect physical condition
It Is the time previous to th coming oi her tubs.
1 7U H n U in IS penoa many mmm uiict iiumi iwou.,
sleeplessness, paint of various description, poor appetite,
and a host of other ailments which should be eliminated in
Justice to the new Uf about to be ushered Into this world.
DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION
Is a scientific medicine carefully compounded by an experienced and skinful
physician, and adapted to the needs and requirements of woman t delicate
system It has been recommended lor over lorry years as a remedy for those
peculiar ailments which make their appearance during: the expectant
period. Motherhood is made easier by its use. Thousands oi women have
been benefited by this great medicine.
Your drusislst can supply you In liquid or tablet form, or you can send
50 one-cent stamps for a trial box of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pretcriotlou
Tablets, to Dr. Pierce, at Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo.
Is your priviledge to write to Dr. Pierce for advice, and It will be gladly
given free of charge. . Of course all communications are confidential.
They have an excellent memory and
memorize speeches with ease.
They have a leaning toward public
life, preferring the stage.
They are self-willed and dominant
and not easy to please.
This date is favored by planetary
conditions for the locating of building
lots, for the selection of rooms and
apartments and the sale of office fix
tures, through the Journal Want Ads.
Some men find it as easy to climb a
greased 'pole as to keep in the straight
and narrow path.
Meritol Pile Beznedy.
A new scientific preparation for both
internal and external use and absolute
ly without an equal for the treatment
of piles in any form. Ask us to show
you this remedy and explain lbs many
advantages. Capital Drug Store.
Nearly every man is the architect of
his own misfortune.
Now Is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do it by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment and massaging
the parts freely at each application.
For sale by all dealers.
WANT AD HOROSCOPE
Men of this hirthdate often become
leaders and reformers. They have pow
erful magnetism which attracts to them
many people and they are tactful and
They know how to adapt themselves
to people and circumstances and how to
move and sway large bodies of people.
How Many Times Have Your Brand
New Collars Come Home With
a Little Rip at the Top
Or that new shirt with several buttons missing. In cases
like this you are not a customer of ours because such
things do not happen here. Every piece of laundry that
leaves this place is first inspected as to finish, correct
stiffness, etc. Ours is & skilled service as well as a per
sonal service. That's why our business grows nearly ev
ery day. And it's rare we lose a customer unless he or
she moves away. A week's trial will convince. So next
week send your GOOD clothes to this GOOD laundry.
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY
136-166 S. Liberty Phone 25
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STOCK SOLD BY THE
The Oregon Shoe Co. has caught the true spirit of the coming carnival. It offers FREE FARE to all coming to Salem from within a radius of 30 miles, purchasing $25.00 at their ereal Carnival ?1- f ik.
balance of the big Protzman-Campbell bankrupt shoe stock of Portland, sold by U. S. court and purchased by the Oregon Shoe Co. 8 arnlva ale of the
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We offer the balance of the Protzman-Campbell shoe stock, which we were unable to handle in its entirety during our previous sale, owing to the magnitude of the stock It is the beat nrr f k it,
stating of such makes as Krippendorf, Dittman, Utz & Dunn, Rice & Hutchins and other well-known brands of ladies' shoes. The men's shoes are such as Edwin Clapp, Crossett ConelinH hVaI P l '
Prine and the great Commonwealth
THESE PRICES TELL THE TALE IN A VERY FEW WORDS
51.00 to $3.50 ladies' slippers 39c $3 to $4 ladies' special dress shoes $1.98
Girls' and youths' $2.00, $2.50 and $3 shoes ... 98c $3.00, $3.50 men's dress ,
$2.00 and $2.50 ladies' Oxfords 79c $4 to $5 ladies' special dress shoes $2.89 $2.50 men's Oxfords. 69c a nn . .
4.00, $4.50 men's dra llsn on o
9 Kft mA tinn I. rt.t J. ti is 51.50 to 55 ladies' oatent leather $3.39 S2.50 and $3.00 mon'i Oifm-da OS. .o
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$3.00 and $4.00 ladies' Oxfords $1.69
$4.00 and $5.00 men's Oxfords
Babies' soft sole shoes, all colors 39c $3.00 men's shoes .
$4.00, $4.50 men's dress ahoa
nxfnrJ. tl 1Q '.l o 5 ladiea' patent leather S3.39 S2.50 and S3.00 men's Oxfords 98c
SJ.5U to $4 ladies' patent leather, button and $3.50 and $4.00 men's Oxfords $1.89 V ' ' uu tdwm claPP. Copeland & Ryder
lace $2.69 he a ao
$4.00, $4.50, $5.00 Oxfords, suede, white, black, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 canvas shoes $2.39 4 00 nd 5-00 men Oxfords $2.89 '
brown, patent leather, all sues $3.39 Babies' soft sole shoes, all colors 39c $3.00 men's shoes $1.49 are Union M.jT ry prices. Uur shoes
The Biggest and Very Best Part of the Gigantic Protzman-Campbell
Store closed until Friday, May 16.
Wanted Experienced salesmen. Our shoes are
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GOES ON SALE FRIDAY, MAY 16, AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M.
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