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THE DAT7.Y CAPITAL JOUKNAL. SAT.EM. OREGON. MONDAY. APRIL 30. 1917.
Music for a great city! ---- phonographs for 66fi66 families! ctily $l,000000l Pleasure for 66.666 fami lies. Grand opera! Marches! Dancing! Which shows the pleasure-power of $1,000,000 in one way. But to take an other way What means more to thousands of men than the fragrance, the mellowness of a'cigar like the OWL? So- to"sureify"OWL fra grance we spend $1,000,000. For it takes $1,000,000 to keep the reserve-leaf for your OWL constantly mel lowing, constantly curing. And sometimes more. For mind you--the Owl J:-! for the Owl of 1918 is now curing, watched over by ex perts. Only when these experts pronounce this leaf "ready" does it go into your Owl Cigar. We think you'll like your Owl Cigar behind which stands $1,000,000 or more of flavor-insurance. We'd like to have you try one. We think you will. So we say Thank you. THE MILLION DOLLAR CIGAR Showing exact size of the iiajfrant , mellow rt w itMiitiJ.'i: tj i.r ti im nam?? 2 rot-1 ft iwatf. ; Htt&fjn - your protection M. A. Gimat Branch, General Oigur Co., Inc. X: Watching the Scoreboard t Pacific Coast League Standings. W. I,. Pet. in .ojo 13 10 .5ti5 14 .48 14 .481 11 14 .440 JO .15 .400 Him PrnncisAo Nil 1 1. j.nk. Vernon l:t Oiililnml J.) J nrtlnml . , , l.OS Allgl'lcs cfliur thut they art beginning to he comfurtablo there. Tlie Ticca (javp tliom another down ward sliovo Sunday when tlipy grabbed both (nines. Crnmlul! und Curly Brown woie iiHid hit in the morning and Tick Ryan could not hold the invaders in tho iiiternooii. Hie going stronger nioruinir name with Yesterday's Results. At Portland -San Frnncisco, 9j Port land, 5. At I.os Angeles Suit T.ukc, 8-7; I.os Alludes, At Sen Francisco Oakland, 4 8; Ver non, 4-0, (Morning game called end lll.li, tmj limit) The Angels are fighting themselves for work in the trenches of France. Tliey are getting so fur down In the "Them Oiks" than ever. The Vernon went H innings to a tie nnd in tho nftornoon the trans-bay crowd ennic f'om behind and copped 'after the Tigers had piled up five runs. Twelve hits, seven of which were scattered ninely through three innings did the trick. In the fifth inning Oak land counted four times on three hits, and two generous errors by Coni'frey aud Mcl.arry. Billy I.ane baited ,7."i0 in the after noon, one of his contributions beinn- n two-base swnt. Portland series after all. They won the Sunday contest 9 to 5, a wild-eyed af fair full of poor pitching nnd poorer fielding. Walt McCredio used 14 players in a desperate effort to stem the tide, but couldn't make it. Six of the 12 Seal hits were for extra bases- Louis Hepulveda, former Seal, appear ed for the 'first time behind the bat for Portland. Just by way of showing Louis up, the Seals stole 13 bases on him. Roy Coihan alono pilfered four. Firo Brand Stovall has bought Chet Chndbourne from Oakland nnd the out fielder went to Los Angeles with the Tigers today. - Yesterday's big league hero was Will Mitchell. He henved the Tigers to their first victory of the season over tho White Sox a shut-out. Tho Seals took the long end of the It wa9 Ty Comb's triple and a sacri fice fly following which really doomed tho Sox. ti ititiitillliHl till 1111 - TTTTTTTT . I T T T I T , T TT T TT TTTTTT T T T T T ?Ttt t t t YOU CAN BUY TTTTrTlTtt ttttf- Shoes at $3.00 , Shirts at $1.50 Neckwear at 50 cents Underwear at $1.00 . Suits at $20. .Here as well as elsewhere The question is VYhere else can you .buy .such good looking long: service Suits Shoes Shirts Neckwear Underwear for the same money as you can here? HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX $20 $25 $30 BEST OF ALL WOOL SUITS $15 $20 $25 SALEM WOOLEN MILLS STORE DRAFT W0ULDfTAKE214 FROM BALL LEAGUES Johnson Thinks Season Would Be About Orer Before They Would Be Called By H. C. Hamilton. (I'nited l'res staff correspondent.) New York, April 30. Bum-bait To us the word of Ban Johnson will be honored and glorified by war call to its young men who are eligible to mili tary service, according to present plans of the war department. ISonie one asked Ban if baseball would "suffer" through selective conscription and Bun instantly resected the word. Approximately 214 men in both big leagues will be drafted if the call goes out before the end of the season. One hundred and thirteen of these will come from the American league and 101 from Governor Tcner's circuit. The fact that the American league clubs, for the most part, arc being drill ed constantly will have littlo effect, for what they are learning in baseball drill ing camps would be only a beginning to the instructions they would receive in a big army encenipincnt. The only hope for a respite seem to lie in, the fact that mobilization at the camps probably would not begin until September, when the baseball season is rapidly drawing near the end. A month might be grant ed tho men to finish and then report The world's i-cries might suffer badly. Among the stars of the game who are believed to Lc eligible for the coll are Bonnie Kauff of the Ginnts, Howard Khmke of the Detroit Tigers, Dave Davenport and Allen Sothoron of the Browns, Joe Judge and Hurry Harper of the Senators, Jesse Barnes. Walter !Ma ranville, Arthur Nehl and Bill James of tho Braves, Lecn Cadore of the Dodg ers, Reuther and Wortmnn of the Cubs, (ueto, Kopf, -Mitchell, Kousch and Sanders of the Beds, Walter Holke, Fred Schupp and KiMof'f of tho Giants, Puncroft, Oeschger and Whittcd of the Phillies, Bigbee, Baird, Pitcher, Grimes and Warner of the Pirates, Hornsby, Meadows, North, J. Smith and Watsou of the Cardinals. Welsh to Meet Kilbane. Ynrk. Anril :). Freddie Welsh and Johnny Kilbane, rival champions, wno win meet nere loiiignr in a scneo uled 10-rou'nd bout, have finished train ing. Welsh is said to be within a pound or two of the 135 pounds ho ia required to make at 2 o'clock tomorrow. Kilbane has been training industriously at Doug IflMfnn. T. T. He exnects to enter the ring weighing about 128 pounds. Firs! Match of 1917 Season Held Columbia--Willamette standings: W. trapshootcrs' Targets Pet. S. at. Brit 1000 850 224 )25 2H0 2o0 230 250 133 1000 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 117 216 211 20S 225 ioy Woodburn ! 2 Albany I Salem 1 Astoria 1 Oregon City 0 I. a f i-nnile O IVnitletnn 0 yesterday's Results Oregon ( itv 113, La Grande 113. Woodburn 103, Salem 102. Albany U", Astoria 94. Pendleton remaining idle. Tho first tie match of the 1917 sea son in the first annual Columbia-Willamette Trapshootcrs' association tour nament occurred yesterday, when the Pnnnmsll Gun i'lllh nf Oreeon Citv, and tho La Grande Gun club each broke 113 out of a possible 12.) targets. Whether or not the tie will be shot f nnvt Kumlflv will be rletermined later in the week, because tho schedule for next Sunday calls for the Oregon Citv boys to bo idle. Wnnithlirn fJtin plllh WOl! frOOl (MllCUl yesterday, 103 to 102, and Albany won from Astoria, lit to a, me nuuuu-p Gun. club, of Pendleton, Or., the sev enth member of the circuit battling for The Orcgonian trophies, did not con test yesterday- Next unuay rcuuiciun meets Lo Grande. Every club of the association had much difficulty shooting because of the o..nnliiur in the. reports received, but tho worst wind of all hampered the . . . , , -D,,. Astoria uun cniu represeiuuii.-. nf n,n Aatnria elub'a members were able to get out to the traps and their scores or sh out or 1-0 i tojuiw commendable in the' face of such ad versie shooting conditions. Vino nf th niinrnda of the six clllbs competing were able to make a possi ble, but several annexed 24s. Orcgonian. Matthews to Secure Data About Trained W. U. Alumni Coach R. I.. Mathews, of Willamette university, is very desirous that all alumni of the institution respond to the co-operation asked for by the Intercol legiate Intelligence Bureau, which is working with the United States govern ment. Mr. Mathews is adjutant for Willamette and is endeavoring to find out the character of the special training possessed by any alumnus, that would be of help to the nation. To accomplish this blanks are being sent out to a large number of alumni, which they are re quested to fill out and return. Those who do not receive a blank this week are asked to write for one. Should a sotious crisis arise, there would be needed by the country a vast army of men nnd women, not only for the purpose of carrying on the actual fighting, but also for the performance of many and varied duties in connec tion with tho equipping and feeding of the army, the building oi fortifications, the manufacture of munitions, the op eration of telegraph, telephone and rail road lines, the maintenance of hospital service, the administration of any con quered territory aud various other in despensable services. In fact there will be need for author as well as the expert motorcyclist, NEW TODAY ADS WIIX BE read U the Journal ia all livo Marion county home Try 'em. May Day Program at W.W. Stated by Manager Miller Although the theme and events that have characterized May Day festivities nf former years, will be larking, to a degree, in this seasou'a celebration, an attractive program has been prepared. As if now pin lined the fete will be an old-time Knglish May Day, made pos sible by using the natural setting east of the gymnasium. I'aul Mi'lrr, the manager, has been working hard for the past three weeks planning the test possible program. The noted deviation from the general Mar Day events v.as made necessary by so many of the students joining the army. An intercollegiate track meet and base hall game would have been chednled- The following plans, in general def inite are announced by Mr. Miller. The jollity will begin with a student body hike across the river Thursday even ing at 5 p. m. The regular class work of Friday morning will be in order, but in the afternoon there will be an inter class tennis tournament, track meet and baseball gamo. Since there is no junior play the annunl Salem Glee club concert will be the big attraction in the armory Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Saturday will be the day of days be ginning with the May morning break fast served by the Y. W. girls from 6 to S a. m., and chsing with the annual junior "prom" on the front campus at 7:30 p. m. Tho intervening events arc: Ask Grandfather Hel Tell You Stop Rheumatism Before II Takes Hold You can do it by keeping your blood clean. Tn kidneys filter about 500 g-raim of uric acid and other salts from the blood every 24 hours. When there is more than the kidneys can remove, it is deposited in muscles and joints, and painful rheu matism follows. S. S. S., for 50 years the most efficient of alt blood tonics, will keep the blood pure and prevent disease. At your dmirtrists. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA, CA. S.S.S. Will Stop Disease A tennis match between the University of Oregon and Willamette co-ed teams from 10 to I'l, the men will also work on the campus during this period. At noon will oe:ur the student feed on tho campus. At 1 p- ni. the procession will be formed at Kimball college. Queen Violet I will be crowned at 1:30, after which will occur the dances, singing and military drill. The tugo'-war across the mill stream by the freshman and sophomores will cause a big splash at 3:30. After this a baseball game is scheduled. The management is trying to get a collegiate game, probably with Pacific university. The last event of the festival will be the Y. M.-Y. W. C. A. vesper service (Sunday afternoon. Contrary to a practice of many years standing tho chief attractions oa the program will be staged in the natural setting east of the gymnasium instead of on the front campus. In keeping with the spirit of the day is the military drill by the university women under the di rection of Coach Mathews. A large number of women have beea working all winter on this as part of the re quired gymnasium work and are now ready to present a finished drill ia many of the difficult movements used in military tactics. A large number of alumni, friends and high school students are expected in Salem during this time as gucstg of Willamette. 11 II 11 fJ I I! I I, f I' ll r-i if ii H Fl H 11 a a n u m H ti n n ti ti a El n El m it ii El H" El U M ti II ti ti M 11 n ti i! tl ti (1 II II H El II II nr-- aJHL- hrfk' HEW lF TUTTTHTTE5 vv jy. ii ii T7 T? 1 WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF PAIRS OF NEW WHITE SHOES FOR LADIES, JUST ARRIVED, IN ALL THE NEW LASTS. 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