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THE DATT.Y CAPITAL JOURNAL. SAf.FM. OREGON. MONDAY. MAY 7. 1917.
W9 fV 'l tiiszszznncsasssnziisnBSi 11 XX n ti u n u M n n ti ti n ti II ti ci ti m a u u u m ti M n 4 m ' m a m ta n si El n n ti ti El n a n ti ra ta t?i ta col M Ml ti m ti n m 13 a M II 11 H II n mm wrmj We are featuring in our Carpet and Rug Department this season many new patterns and qualities of very low priced nigs. The new Wool and Fibt:' Rugs are very attractive, both in color and design. The bodies of these rugs are woven from an extremely tough fiber bound together with heavy wool warp, making a very durable and satisfactory rug for any room in the house, and priced to fit all pocketbooks. 6x9... $5.00 7-6x9... 86.00 9x9.. $7.50 9x10-6. .$8.50 9x12.. $9.50 SULKIES GO-CARTS AND CARRIAGES We carry the famous Sturgis line, the kind with the luxury back and springs. Sturgis Patent djustable Hack and Luxury Springs are original and exclusive features in the Sturgis line only. Our new spring showing will surely inter est you. See ths Reed Sulkies with reed fringed hoods; the new Collapsible Go-Cart, with automobile top, and the All Reed Carriage, in any color scheme you can possibly wish for. Sulkies from $1 up. Collapsible Go-Carts, $S.50 up. Reed Carriages, $17.50 up CURTAINS AND DRAPERIES Spring is the time . of the year when our Curtain and Drapery Department is. the most attractive, because the stock is at its best. In many homes the question of new draperies and where to buy them is now be ing seriously considered. Our splendid spring stock answers it most satisfactorily and economically. Svvissfrom iScYardup Marquisettes. 30c j0 Sfc Yard FiUetNets 35c to 65c Yard Scri,nsfrom 20c to 50c Yard Madras from ?Znin CZ V..J $1.00 to $1.50 Yard ts Si Hi Mi mm a ti a a m m H tl ti II n ta a a m m ta p a ti m GET If! SPOTLIGHT Bob Griora Pitches No Hit Eleven Inning Game Against White Sox A NO HIT GAME Hob Groom ,it a row I romp- Wa'lukh Dedicated To President Doney: Gires Complete History of Year Perhaps one of the most melronir tinmirs on mr rsiiiu 11 III Mar wan I Watching the Scoreboard Pacific Coast League Standing. Hob Groom tlit a real romp liai k when ho dnini-ed the Whiln Hox without a hit er rim in II inning. He it. hed for tln Washington N'milors years ao nml finally w- alloned to drift away liecanse lie i:is losing his effectiveness. Hi no !'it game i t ho fourth of the season. ;i niiiny ns were registered all Inst season in two major leagues. The other who have l'itehetl no hit "l's year are: Kil.lie Cieotii' of the White Siik; Georitp Moyiiilye, of the Yankees. Mill Frel Tonev, of the Reds. W. 1. San Francisco 20 12 Salt Lake IS !2 Oakland 15 J7 Portland U 16 Vernon 15 tt I.os Angeles 13 19 Tet .623 .two .4(19 .407 .441 .400 st r.oris brown B m a e Yesterday's Results. ' At 1'ortland No game with Oakland, ruin. At San Tranc'iReoSun Framiiieo, ,) a; 1.0 Angeles, At l.on Angeles t Lake. 7 10; Vernon, 1 X (neeond jjiiine 10 inninK"). The Seal Mill remain at the top of the pennant ladder, but the Hoes are prensinjf them hard, two puni'i behind. Hut for the timely errors of (iroi'!ilin in the morning game yeaterdnv the day's two nuMinieg would have gone fifty-fifty between Seals and Angels. Ryan had held the enemy to three meitslev hits until the eighth when Croehling's erroriug got on his nerves and he allowed two safe swats- These, with another lurid bobble by Groehling gave San Frnnciseo three tallies and the Sunfast from By H. C. Hamilton. (Tinted Tress staff coirenpomlent.') New York, May 7 The St. I.ouis Browns for a day have usurped the spot light held on their illustrious breth- eren, the Cardinals, in the two mad inmie i as nes tor rirsr 11 nee 101 urs. ...v ..-.v...... ...... , erg into the record hook who have made former pitching stars wonder what is happening. Hob Groom 'a no hit feat against the White Sox is only cue chapter of the Browns' unobtrusive slide into the thick of the fight. Allan Sothoron, mi un heard of youth, and F.rnie Kobb, belong to the gang nl,;o. Sothoron, besides hav ing tin unbroken record of victories this season, has to his ereiTtt a one hit game and Koob ennie through Saturday with a lone walloji skit against the White Sox. Between the Cardinals and Browns it appears that early season predictions regarding th.j location of some highly important games next fall will have a hard time making goon. Miller llug gins and Fielder Jones between thetu have forgotten their places. Jones always lias been devoted for developing pitchers. His greatest asset when he .was loading the Chi.-agonns to their historic UNlli glory lay largely in; Yesterday 's big league hern a double that ability. He is a shrewd, fast think-1 lM.U(l-r fule Watson heaved the ('mil- ing general wno win nave to oe wtttcne,i in!lH illto first ..1... ,,,. ,..... a m m M 11 El m El 11 tl tl El tl U II 340 COURT STREET PHONE 29 FURNITURE STORE tl &s tl tl tl tl tl a D m m m u m m ii 11 m m In the afternoon the Seals started aft-1 or Tete Standridgo from the jump-off and the game was never in doubt. Old ham allowed only four hits. The Bees gr.thered 28 hits during the two Sunday contests, totaling 17 runs. They captured both sessions in the afternoon. Stovall startod a fracas with the umpires in the second, which only ended when the firebrand. Buddy Rvnn and Rath were chased off the field. It rained iu Portland. Johnny Busier, of the Angels, lends the league in -stickwork with a percent age of AM. Buddy Rvnn is second with .402, rop Imirr the lis Wslb.t.h US wrr .,!. 1.1. . ""out 40 buti.,i. , c "Ul ,rrti a . "leiits and Mar .1.7 1 " ei..iie tlu. duficni ,,uk- rred.t.ble ,",1, i " " "I'hold. the .!.,,' ' "? N .hlr v.o,m vlIP. Th. hm -I sny ''KP. ud the hIL.h ..... ,a.X 1"" so tlUe makenn f ii. " . .ut. "1? r- overshadows v , """ This volume 'I, ,W nZlT. t"''" Tres.dcut.- The con ,.,. ', 'J diyisK.,,.: the uiiiNer,,,: ,,,.V' Beii., .. r. college year. stnd.... u'"'"u. ht 11 student mi iMii . ma ration. NAVkshI ..)! ... """'(If I lBMtI - t -"tlU l J art . uimr, Thi. U" i'Uto,,!.,, ' K h.. -... was written by l'rof.... 1 T. Matthews. Th..,.v ' Jm' nn for -..h ', . . " "!''(! write ! lor eacn of the rnlleirmi instead of the nan.1 ..... .1 of the faculty are h. iXJmWl ..T.-.. This-in.or,,' Zl icr "V "! csrrled thro.iuhout ,h ' V"? 1l."' mention is also made of th. S ?fM ion. the three ,,, ' '! "!"". kers, the varsity arln; ,;;,1 ditton to the regular acti,i,L 'L orgntnatioas. The orlgl.,.1 feature Z. leg,: life W """' Col- is one .or t.,e tuncly coni,.,.tion of 1 Mie Vw ZT'4' work beamt bv ntlo.r. . . . " Wiffls. .ndHar.ddNlil.er.thee.biora;;::; ager respectively were forced t., hMn-Jcarthnni.' arms eanie. terror itrifkw JT .'lit will k.... 1 hp sill u.j That mi increased ncrcn.ro ...!.. 3t00 in Baker count v ;il Jear 111 the ronntr l..i food, is est i inn ted. It will hanw. .??. Morgan's Girt." ..j L'. . HU HIS 1 tions are att J ing the alter- of the world The Seals have five over .300. players hitting OREGON STATE SHOOT (Continued from page three.) The third trophy went to Ralph Cooley of Salem, who tied with Cathey and W C. Newman, but won in the shoot off. J. Morris took the fourth trophy. These trophies were shot for under the Lewis class system. Total scores tor yesterday, shooting for the high gun, were as follows, 'out of a possible 100: Gladys Reid 7 . Reid J. E. Reid : IZ'ZZ 76 J. K. Boston x'oter Whitney ay Charles Fellers si.i Charles Leith W. Or. Ha win an go K. H. Riches 9 J. Morris : 73 J. G. Kaium (9 P. C. Jackson 71 F. O. Joy ZZIZ 77 A. K. Downs si MOTHER OF NINE CHILDREN - Able to do Housework by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound .f. W. Seavev qp l,- KlliR't Z'ZZZ 80 .r. 1'. Bull 91 Kd .I orris 91 Wilson , " lw T. .1. Holohan '.ZZZZZZl 91 ! r. i. iJryden 90 A. L. Zachrisson 77 At Seguin "' 77 ;u'1!,,v,1: - so 1'.. Cr. Magcis si Mrs. Ada Schilling 87 Ralph Cooler 80 w. J. J' ranee .... ao I Carl Sehillinsr m I un the work at Verboort. He has held Ii. R. Everding 81 8everal pastorates in Oregon. T. (r. Clemson ". jf, . Verboort church has a membership E. II. Keller ZZ. 93 about )0' .an(i for a time was. the Mark Siddall 92 largest tatnoiic church in Oregon. It u. JJ. lhornton 79 ' tf. II. Rickleson 7(5 Mark Ric.kard - L. If. Reid '" ui Father LeMfc Will Succeed Father Moore Forest Grove, Or., May 7. After serving as pastor of the Berboort church for eight years, Father L. A ie-viiuer nas been transferred to the Salem church, whose former pastor was the late Father Moore FjitW P V an Uarenburg of Tillamook will take 91 79 92 78 iHMIIIHHIMimili I- "I Springfield, Mass. -"After the birth of my ninth baby I was in a weak, run 1 aown condition, he d pains in my leftside, so I would faint of ten. My doctor ad vised me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. I did so, and gained in strength so I can now do all my own house work and 1 hope you may pub lish mv experience with your Compound for the benefit of other mothers." Madame Eugene Bedard, 558 Main Street, Springliald, Mass. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound is so successful in overcoming woman's ills because it contains the tonic, strengthening properties of good old fashioned roots and herbs, which act on the female organism. Women from all parts of the country are continually testifying to its strengthening, curative influence. If you want special advice write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi dential), Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read, and answeredby women only. Tcmnleton L. Templeton George Scripture Lewis Me In tyre Mc.Crow Whorley 54 Buttrick 91 I'rofesionals. ' Salem Shots Mark Up 117 Spectators to the annual Oregon state shoot hero yesterday were treated to some contesting for The Oregonian tro phies 111 the Columbia-Willamette Trn.n- shootors' association. The Capital City Gun elub of Salem, was shootint againstthe 122 score made bv Albany" The locals lost out 117 to 122" While the shoot was going on the Woodburn Gun club was battling over the traps against the Astoria" Gun club 's marks. Woodburn broke 108 out of the possible 125, but word was re ceived here that Astoria had broken 113, thereby giving Woodburn its firt defeat of the campaign. Albany now leans tne league with 2 w na ami no defeats. The scores of Salem were Wilson 24, Buttrick 24, Mark Siddall 2.1, E U- Magers 2?,, and Lewis 23. Woodburn was represented by Peter Whitney 24, v uaiiey. reners zz, Charley Leith 22. K. O. Ilawman 19 and E. H. Riehw si Next Sunday Salem meets Astoria and vvoouourn versus Albany. Columbia-Willamette " Trapshooters' standing: Shot Pet. at Brk. 1000 2:"0 235 .667 375 324 .667 375 332 .500 375 346 .333 375 333 .000 250 208 L. 0 W. Albany 2 Astoria 2 1 Woodburn 2 1 La Grande 1 1 Salem 1 2 Oregon City 0 1 l'endleton 0 2 Yesterday's Results Albany 122, Salem 117. Astoria 113, Woodburn 108.' '. La Grande 121, Pendleton 116, Oreeott-City-remaining idle. Next Sunday's Schedule -Woodburn versus Albany, 000 250 225 was established 42 years ago, with Fath er verboort its first pastor. He had charge of the work for two years be fore he died. A statue was erected at Verboort to his memory. Six families, mostly all natives of Holland, came to Oregon in 1875 around Cape Horn, for the purpose of estab lishing a Catholic colony, and they bought the 640 acre Black farm, three miles north of Forest Grove. This farm has been divided up and the ranchers are among the most prosperous in the state- They all have modern houses and up to date farm equipment and are an industrious and patriotic people. Rev. L. Verhaag of Portland, and later in charge of the Verboort church, said mass and conducted the first ser vices of these pioneers and he was the first Catholic priest to ever hold di vine services iu Washington countv. Verboort became the first organized parish in Oregon west of the Willam ette river. Following are the members of the party that first settled at Verboort: John Verboort, wife and son John; Al bert Verboort, wife and two children; Martin Hermans, five children and his half brother, Henry Hermans; Mrs. Hendrina Jensen; ' Peter Jansen and wife; John A. Van Per Velden, wife and child; Anthony Kreiger, wife and three children; John Kreiger and Peter! Martin, father of Mrs. Martin. j Leslie Blades of San Dimas, Cal, a umm Biuuoni at 11. or u., Has written a one act war drama entitled "The Blind Man," which will be produced by university students in a local theatre this week. Blades will take the leading role of the blind man. b closely now that he has been successful I reaching pitching perfection with-a no 111 iuc uc i-iu'iuvin 111 uis fun nel s, (ilt game Hiiggins doesn't possess the punch of ' the Browns, but the little lender has The White Sox will ow be known as brought his pitchers around to good n,nu.Rs wonders. In three games they ... . , . , i have scattered just four runs over their With everything in their favor the trail. Cardinals will make a bold fight. ' , , , . , ., , George Sisler drove out three hits, Pendleton had a pecuHar hu.l stoiin Mol(, ,,I1PP B(.fir0( a ,.,.,, ()f r haJ Sunday. 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