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THE SALEM CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OBEOOV. MONDAY. MA?
SIX SHE LEADER FOUND PISTON SALUTES Did It Ever Happen to You? -fW . J iie: J MortR (T ii why-- i'o J cocwe o.oid I Um,. l , u,5Cr ousHTfftcL-Ji U- i'U Buy Ctfilr'u uck ) FTe--! be TrMlr&ir - r. MKr rfeC,' oportnews : : : ; !c ! $ 0. S. P. TOSSERS WIN FROM SALEM 3 10 1 Pitchers Battle Between John son and Misterious Twirl er Is a Hot One Coast League Standings A bunch of aspirant for t Salem baseball r:i in for tlio i-cMiiinif season uioli'r M n ii:ij4cr Humphries journeyed out to the (). K. I'. Sumluy afternoon for i prnotioe gumc with hii'ir d'aok liull tussers nnil unexpectedly Rve tin- m t:it niM n good run for tlii'ir money. Tlo' guiue I'mli'il with the 11. S. 1'. on t ho lout; end of II !i to 1 scon' dm- to tin- faet tliut till' visiting ti'iun won' iiiiiilili' to I'liiiiii'i't with Johnson ' big hooks when hits mount runs. The Su Join tonni hns hml no o)iortunil y for hatting practice mo far this season on account of tlii-ir park not yet ln'iii in condition. The game tnrni'il out to hi' II pitchers battle between Johnson uml a myster ious big longer who showed ii J lit tlio pen gate nliout tin' time for tlio game to start it ii (1 wanted to jji-t u little prito tine und it was no fault of his tliut the i-uilciu hoys lost. He pitched u fine game allowing only four scattered hits. The mysterious one will no doubt idteh the opening game next .Sunday against Albany if he eun lie indueed to renin i ti in town. At present he is try- ... ...'.L-.i ti ri'.i iKri.in.itilM tit ir.'l nil wlili Tneiiniii . ill the Northwestern I K''"' York league, having just returned from the On trill league where hi' was iinuhle to day on ni'i'ount of the extreme heat. The Nnleni team will start practice tomorrow evening on the high school grounds after iii.'IU p. in. and Captain linker would like to see as many aspir ants for the teiini out as possible. The new grounds will lie ready in a day or two, hut the team needs butting prac tice. The batteries were: I'eu--Johnson und Tinnier. Salem - -Homier and linker. I', I,. IVt. San rr.'iio isi'o I S 1 1 .ii.i.'l l.os Angeles Ill 'i ..'"!' Salt I, all ii II II .''OH Oakland lo 17 .1 !! Venice I.i I-'. .4HI I'orlland IS 17 .-i:"! Yesterday's Eesnlts. At I'orlland - l.os Angeles H, I'orlland II. At San Francisco San Fran eie,i Salt l.nke l-H (1- iunings 1st game). At l.os A n ji'li'S 'o Venice (lakl.'iinl games; rain. The Series Ended. Pacific Coast League Port land :i names, l.os Angeles H Kaines; Sail Franeisoo 4 names. Salt hake 2 names; Venice II names, Oakland " names. Northwestern League Taco mu .1 names, Aberdeen 1 game; Sen tile iJ names, Vancouver I names; Spokane 2 names, Vic toria it names. ijC jj S 9(C 5 S(C S S ! 5j! Sj if! STANDING OF THE TEAMS. John R, Lawson Gets Life Salute of HiiKdred Guns Ush Sentence At Hard Labor ! ers In Celebration of For Death Of Guard Suspicions Event I Trinidad. Colo., Hay .1. John 1!. i T.ewiston, Idaho, May A salute of l.avvson. Ciiliirado laiior lender and nnUjlDD guns at sunrise to.l.-iy ushered in of the most promnii'iit finures ill the Lcvvistun 's eelehration In honor of the recent I'ohundo strikes, was this uf- ! eonipletion of The Dallcs-i elilo canal, in the Columbia river, winch makes it Willamette Beats Chemawa Indians By 5 to 1 Score Hy playing heady hull the Willnmct te baseball team scalped the t'hcmiiivu Itcdskins to the tune of ti to I, when the Iwo nines met on the Willamette diamond Saturday al'lel'iioon. The name was fast and hard fought at every turn. font lire of the name was the work of Kroivn, llie second haseniaa for tin' Cliemawu team, who lined out tin eon- Hocutives to rinht field, one of them crushing throunh a largo plate glass window in tin Inn Hall. Willamette showed up in good form, each inn it playinn eoasistent ball. Ad ams held down the Iwirler's position dunlin tli'' entire name, Ins opponents securing but four hits. The lineups were: Cheinuwa Willamette frinundcrs CP llain Brow a 'Jit iekory Mauser 'W dates Ada'iis P Adams Adams SS llooth Jim C Don ne James I.I'' Shisler Cottonweir UF t'lcgcl Wins Miller National League. P. Philadelphia 111 ciiiciino io Huston S ( incinuiil i 9 St, l.ouis 10 I'ittshurg New Vork Ii American Loague. Helroit i:i Chicano II Washinnlou S Boston Ti Clevelnnd .' S SI. Louis 5 Philadelphia I Federal League. Chicano II Pittshui'n 10 Newark II llrooklyn ! Kansas t'ily V SI. I ,m in 7 llulTnlo (I llnltimore ti Northwestern League. Taenia:) Vancouver Victoria. ... Spokane .... Sen I lie Aberdeen . Pet. .Hon .02.-1 .wii ..120 I r, .'.'ill .0(12 .0X4 ..".'I .571 ,4'- .414 .273 ,'JSli' .CSS .nss .r,;) .fiOII .!!2!l .412 ,:i:w .002 .007 .-l.- .5(10 .:is,-,:io8 ternooa found (iiiilty of murder in the first denree. I. aw son was spand a dentil sentence, hut was Riven life im prisonment ut hard labor. I.nwson was ehal'ned witu the mur der of .lull ii Nimo. a mine (jimnl at Lud low. The state did not claim that I.aw- possible tor Htenuiors riiptedly from the I'ai-iiie eity and to F'riest Hapi'lf Columbia. , Thousands of visile's incliidinn the novernors son nctually did the shofltinn, but in-1 northwest states, dieted li i in us the lender of the miners at l.udlow where some of the bloodiest finhtinn durinn the entire labor war oc curreil. It wns there that several wo men und children were killed in what has now become famous as the " Lud low massac re. ' ' "Thev muv not me, boys; but thev ply unintep i,ccnu to this on the upper wre in town, ( the three i-onnressioiiat tiie Cnited ileli'Kntion renresenliii'' Stales noverniiient. The celebration culminated in a parade showing the transition from the Indian dayB with its attendant hard ships to the present day of develop ment and prosperity, tins afternoon addresses were He- University of Oreeon Wins Over Multnomah will not eet the cnuse I stand for, was : livered In- tlio onveinois 'if the three the statement of I.uwson following the ' northwestern states, -en iior i.nue, of announeenient of the, jury's verdiet. j Oregon, and Senutor Borah, of Idaho, Attorney Hawkins, for the defense, , as0 spoke, reserved lill exceptions and may file tt ; The flagship T.Tmino arrived this motion for a new triul within H0 days, j morning from Portland bearing 100 Judge Ilillyer was this afternoon eon-1 distinguished visitors. It was the first sidering whether to admit I.awson to i steamer to ever make the passage from hail or remand him to the custody of. Portland to Lewiston. the sheriff pending an appeal. - n i Commercial Club Will ven men Awaiun? . Hu imftot Mfinrc wain in uuiornia Sacramento, t'ttl., Mav I. Th) nboli tion of eapitnl punishment having been voted down bv the legislature, the stnle of California will proceed with th? work of executing 1 1 men. It was announced at the governor's office today that the executions will take place from now on as speedily s the law- permits. There will he no more reprieves. Pending the actio. i of the legislature, it is said (loveruor Johnson granted reprieves giving the eoudemued men a last elmnee to escape the death penalty if it should ho the will of the people ti' abolish capital punishment. Two executions are slated for this month. Fernando Alaiiiinililo. who was reprieved to May 21, will lie hanged at San Uiientin on that dale. I'ng Sing, a Chinese murderer fruiu Sail Joaquin county will be banned at Folsom the same dav. In most other cases, appeals have been made to the supremo court mid the dates of execution In be reset by the superior courts are uncertain. NORWEGIAN BOATS SUNK. The meeting this evening of the members of the Commercial club ut I the Marion hotel promises to dispose of mutters that will have a far-reaching eflect on the welfare of Salem. It is to be a meeting not only of dis cussion but one uf iictina, as two sub jects of vital importance will be dis posed of. The first problem to be discussed, und the one which has much to do with the future of Salem, is: Will the various civic bodies of Salem rc'iirnnnie und eiiusolidate into one chamber of commerce, following the plan of Portland ami other cities) If this is decided in the affirmative, tiie next ipiestion to he brought before the club will be the employment of II. V. Chase, the man who brought over 10 icnuui.utious in Portland into one center body, ami who has been sue cessfiil in over 0." cities in his town development work. Letters und tele grams have been received from cities who have employed Mr. Chase, and the opinion is unanimous that his woririiud produced the desired results. Just at present there is u general opinion among business men that siene thing must he done, und now is the time to do it. fflcMiimville Tenuis Cracks ! Down Willamette Experts The Bishop brothers, of McMinnville ciillene, won three straight sets when tliey matched nickels against Jewell und Smith, the regular tennis represen tittives of Willamette Saturday. Miss K. Scott, the coed representative of the nunie institution, wns defeated by Miss M, Findlev, the varsity representative. For the doubles the sets were 0 1, 0 1, mid 0-11, In the second match the scores idoud il l, 0 :i and 0 0. Miss Fiadlev having the host of the three sots from the outset. Flegel, of Willamette, met I.. Ilishop in men's singles and was de fenteil In l spectacular game. The sets stood 0 0. Il l and 7 5. I'uiversity of Oregon, F.ugene, Or,, May J. Oregon ran nvvny with Satur day's dual track meet, scoring v, points to Mult nomah 's 112, Three hundred spectators, huddled up in overcoats, watched Floyd Payne clip 10 seconds from McClelliiiid, the I'ui versity of Washington runnel', who is credited with the northwest collegiate record. Payne started with the mileis. running u elose fourth in the mile, und finishing the eight furlongs in 0:10 4 5. Payne's performance put him within Iriiling distance of the coast record held by llobgood of O. A. C with !l;.'!7 time. Hugging Wins Mile A surprise came in the mile, when Muggins crossed the tape 40 yards ahead of McClure, his old running part ner. Hotter condition was an evident factor in the race. Walter Muiilioail monopoli.ed the , meet, individually taking 20 points. Fee was second with II points, Itellah and I'hilhrook tied for Multnomah, cuch : scoring eight points. True lo 1 1 : i wind's prediction Oregon captured all Hie first places excepting ' the discus and Hie pole vault, which i Multnomah won easily. All in all, the meet w as unoxcil iug. BRITISH RETAIN POSITIONS. Loudon, May J. British forces re tained all their positions about St. .lulieu ami hill sixty in Belgium in the face of strong (lerman attacks de livered Saturday night, Field Marshal French reported tu th ewar uf'fk'e to day. I'sing gas bombs, the (iernuris de livered a series of night attacks agains' the British, the coalman. I.v-iii-.'liief slated, hut were repulsed with heavy losses. A bachelor girl always sneers at Ho idea of niarringe in piildii', London, Muv X-The Norwegian Mourners Baldwin ami LaMa have been sunk in the North en by (toiuian sub marines, it was leu rued here today. The crews are believed to have eJ'".ip"d. A third Norwegian steamer has hcen torpedoed by a Herman submarine. He ports here late today stated that the Norwegian steamer American had been .tnk in the North seu. Hundreds have obtained their first start on the road to suc cess through a "Business Op portunity" Want Ad. Perhaps today now your chance is at hand. FRED HERRESHOFF EXPECTED TO Kosedale Wins Interesting Ball Game From Jefferson The llosedale baseball team won an interesting game at Jefferson Sunday when thev defeated the Jefferson team bv a score of 10 to If fair sized crowd in attendance und. barring a soft field, which mnde field iug slow, the game was exoiiiug I'lom i.tart to finish. Soft grounds were re sponsible for the big score lis, other wise, the game win very close. 1'i'ook's hulling ami llnight fielding helped liosodiile to win. while Turk sC-rcd nt the i iit iiit sack for Jefferson. The bat teries were: llosedale - Prook and Hill, j Jeffeison- Doty and Doty. i Salem Shooters Score I High In Portland Mark Slddall and Orvllle Wilson, Sa- j lem ' crack trap shooters, have returned home after taking part in the big liandi cup state shoot held In Portland hist ; week. By breaking !:l nut of 100 Wil : son landed fourth place In the stale shoot and Siddnll tied for second high ' gun on the lloiieyman Medal and won! another bar from the Du l'ont company j liy breaking 50 trnight, Hiddull won the Du Pout trophy i" this city and i ndded one tin r by hU shooting In Salem. ' (in Mondnv Siddnll broke l td out of his j string of Io0 bird. TRY A JOURNAL CLASSIFIED AD THEY ARB BUSINESS OETTER3 ONE CENT A WORD. Salem Motorcycle Club Baseball Men Practice Cliff Parker, captain of the Salem Motorcycle club baseball t"nni trotted out l!i aspirants for his team yeslerdav afternoon to Hie high school grounds where thev went through a stiff work out. Pinker says his cohorts are show lug up well for the fiist practice and that later in the season will he able to give a substantial argument to any :i in ii t imi r team la Hie country. Two hlltlittnir Hermits urm- lu.nin.l l.u 'tlerson team ,, ,, ,. ... ' There was a i ",v t-"'? " I j Igrogating s'J.i.OOil in valuations, as tol lows; tierinnu l.vangelical church as sociation. new church edifice at the corner of Liberty and Center streets, value, sVi.oiiO: Chiacgo stoic, new two story addition to building on Cotnmer einl and Court streets, value L'0,lum. W It. Dulrymple has the contract for the construction of the latter. r " ' ' -sassirBMrk www v m nv :. (. lljf I KM'J" J. jg , I IB WP ill U I TVW I '1 .-Ol I ' i - - . . ii ' i in iiujij in -r I . I.1 Freddie -Pa, what is angel foodf Pu H. lots of things, like Paris green, laudanum and green applen. Bends of perspiration are the jewels .if honest labor- pel hait. ard Gains Mean Much In Burrowing Tactics of Armies (Cor tinned from Page One.) SHIN US IN LAKEWOOD TOURNEY 3: ; '?.' v. " '-. i . FRED hIkSeshOFF I PHOTO K (KMrRtCAH per! Aecnri A.TinH.1 the top of the (lerman trench to dry. To the left and right of you there is the occasional crack of u Lebel, and about, as often you hour the German replying. At the base of the brick wall, under the loophole you look through many fragments of brick have been snapped by hostile bullets. The line of battleas you follow it extends through brick cottages, acrosa streets, over vacant lots, factories, stores, pret ty homes, vegetable gardens and what not. Through flie sides of ono little cottage the soldiers are firing at loop holes in -the wall of another only 25 feet away. Some times they use onn- non at elose range, (inns oapuble of nulling she houses onlv And all this time, subterranean war fare is being waged. From the cellar of cottages or factories the French are tunnelling toward the (lerman lines, the (lerniuns toward them. When tho tunnel reaches the proper place, a heavy charge of dynamite is exploded, and n new slight gain is made. You see. now- the reason for these little j'ard gains boasted of in the official com iniiuiipies. At Vermnlle, in thnt same region a gain of only a few.vards de termined the abandonment of the whole town by the Hermans after fii days of fighting and tho digging: of about four miles uf tunnels. Now you know about the situation near Arras. Watch the ooininuimiue for what happens there. American Tanker . Is Attacked By A German Submarine and Mark Ban and Bovcral hours later tho crows arrived, Three Are Lost. Now York, May 3. In addition to Contain Oiintor, who died of heart fail ure, Charles Short of Chicago, wireless operator and Kugene Chapancta a sea man of Port Arthur, Texas, were lost Mrs. Cannan Faces Seccii I: Micola,I-.I,M?3-CH;., IV Ill HIIMI. I1UUI1 I" " n. t win Carman Cntiklin r....ns Un fa V nan ni iir"; - ., y rio-mun. broutiful whim Hin nnlr ol-nnmnr fllllflildlt Was I ,i . .! ..W.H'inn Wnt " ....... v..-.. ... , . .,... l.tll 3 fnrn,wliiH V,v n aomhill-iniv Till:! in- i: t . tl.a als'Ond time "N ' 1 1 nl l,o ,if. lormuiiou YVUO ICtlVtU lOUtlj WK i"u fices of the Gulf Refining company, owners of the Gulflighl. Salem Man Killed By er life for v, shinm,hlv dressed, h M slightly ti,.Hu l tercd the coiirt with .:rb-i(0 . and unperiiiroi-u, ttj t0u or place .t J" f i.li Dr. Carrann. Ail"'1 W Engine In Portland KA'S The funeral of Frank J. .Welch, who was killed In Portland yesterday morn ing by a freight train, was held this aftornon from tho family residence u4 .:in nnu4 nf llm nnvlnnl. shells many miles bombard1 Ar,ii t eve witnesses to the nly the streets width away. aeMent Mr. Welch was crossing some, ' f)r th,ir r ' switch tracks in tho United Hallway 0f "" ' yards at Twelfth and Overton streets, when ho dodged in from in front ot one engine only to fall in front ot an frequently consulted she carried. .. lt As was th' 'Xo'"1 oponed lust fs l, h ; was thronged to. nr. scats was nverteo. M- - ,,ncc.l that mr t tlio courtroom nther switi'h eiiKino coining in aother ,,-ere thus turned '. The hauuholdhW wifeneed,canbtfoJ ly through the lo Ms (Continued from Page One.) to formally advise the German govern ment of the attack made upon the American steamer Cashing, hv German aviators. Minister Van Dyke, ni The linage, was the snmo time requested to obtain nil details of the attacks from the American fousul at Rotterdam. The t.ukcwoud (V. .1.) golf tourney on,, who enjoy, hi, favorite sport over llL Ik.. ,i l.i 1 ii ..A it... ..L .!.... Ilia ul itV r... . murks the opening of the chniiipiotuhio In the east, From now on there'll be championships, special tournaments and uiHtchea galore. The course in the heart of the Jersey pines appeals to every a stilt course. Th... vl,n the winter circuit down south frcpieut ly stop ot f a, Lnkewood on their wav home. n,i, VMr,9 entry ,,,, t u(- wood include, tt nmRn armv of thamp tons, paat, llr,.WBt ,m, futur. Two Trawlers Sunk. Aherdeen, May 3. The trawlers Mercury and Mark Han have been sunk by a Gerninn submarine. The crews of the vessels arrrived here to 'lay. having escaped when torpedoes struck the trawlers. Three other trawlers escaped from the submarine onlv after ntinnnl flight into port. Thev brought the first reports of the sinking of the Mercury lirectio. The tracka at this point are placed elose together and ninny switch engines are running most of tho time, making it .dangerous for the most ac tive person to cross the tracks at any time. , The young man is a son of Noiia Welch, and wns born and raised in pa tent. Uo was 23 years nf ago and grad uated from tho Salem high school i Hill, afterwnrn attend. tig the iregu. lleire. Ho left this in-1 stitution to enter the uursery-busincss . 4o .. W ba,lhr,; with his brother and had been in u... ,y inll,rnveii, ft pl,. uess about two years in this city. 11. - rt f crop H WM' j, wns unmarried and is survived by his g r.oh ' upli.i ; imrents. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Welch, niiill . Md, M' ,wpi, Maurice Welch, a brother; Mr s ko t,,ti , m m Molson, Mrs. Charles Fuller and Ms J I wiM dl t " ' tkl " Mav W..,h. Alice Welch and Mildred rr. f ur..'i.,lt ntl t it.;, .ttlv I1 . ainese Situation Grows ! n . FARMBARGAfi . .... i.s)i.h'itf'": Serious Say Japanese .. tnir ' 11,1 ..'ins I- Toklo, May 3.-The situation g."" r , in,,,, out of China's- refusal to accede to I Fiu(1 ' km,nw demands mnde lltion the IVKing K"V "... .tdP. n" " Pin'C T I-' 'T .. IS 1 ' l'l A" b. 1'riee i", )MI 'K'""j. f demaiuts mane upon me - - t orop. ,, ,.,. ment by Japan was admittedly serious . i on vp.rr ;WST' lotinv. , . . . ,. The cabinet was in session w it a 1 lgl,i(1 mier Okuina for hours during considering the text of the l.l""!." plv. A report was also rece've.l from the Japanese minister at 1 cKin, while this .was taken up nt he nt'""' si.ssion, the details were withh. i. The newspaper Jijl '""l"' f In an extra edition today hnt j8ln was planning to serve an 'BBc;j. on Cliina. There was no reliabk iou firmation of this statement. n i r.i INSI'BANCK A, : s