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THE ST JOHNS REVIEW
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FRIDAY, JULV 5, 1907.
Willi tin's iswtit! of tlic paper the
.St. Jolins Review makes Its bow mid
bid for public favor under the new
management. The undersigned have
few promises to make nnd will en
deavor to make good uloug those
First, we wish to advocate those
menstiruH and movements which
will give St. Johns continued ad
vancement, jieiinntient and exten
sive. We are not in favor of any
thing which will result in a step
Imekwnrd, nor will we willingly or
knowingly support such n measure.
We shall always be open to convic
tion and willing to hear the evidence
on both sides of any question which
may come up, nnd shall decide ami
work for the one which we believe
to be for the bent intciest of our mu
nicipality: but in doing so it does
not menu Hint we shall withhold 11
particle of friendship or good will
from one who may differ with us in
Second, we wish to gather the
news linpiKMiing in St. Johns and
surrounding country. We do not
wish to miiw an item of news, and
it will lie esteemed a gieitt favor for
our friends and tenders to asNint us
in this work, and such Assistance
shall be iccipiocnted sofaraswenie
able. Whenever you see our outside
man, Mr. llyerlee, 011 the sheets or
ulsowhcre and an iletii of interest
comes to your mind, tell him. If
it iuteiests you, it will inleiestsoiue
ouu elm? and we want it. If you can
hjHstk 11 good woid for The Review
thepioprietois will limit ccituiuly
uppieciate it, sml if you cannot,
ufline mound and M-eiis; jierhiip we
will be able to lemove the olt Mic
tion mm tecuic your commendation.
As for The Review it will be en
liuged ami improved as rapidly as
tne mlwi Iming imtroimge and moral
ipMHt of the wer will rniit.
No Inlmr, cute or ewne will be
tunned to plnce and keep it in ad
vance of the needs of our city. It
therefore, up to mir Nitron to
mt us liMlf wny mid mm if we will
With this biivf outline of our ob
jects, we beg to NUltociilx; ourselves!,
Voin for a biHjier mid letter St.
Joluit, M, KKi.lt X: Ilvitm.itit.
to ill lend
The efTcci of the Sunday closing
law is Hlrendy quite noticeable in
St. J oh lias, and the Poitlnud Immmcik
who citiiie down liens Sundays to
till tlteit tanks ure now
IK like force a elmuce
Wliat make, it uiuu feci out of
JWIU ii to piinkU hit In w 11 mid
gwdou nicely, take a slioit, well
tmiiwd test on the front iwrcli and
thuu mo h nle guntU shower of
miu drop over the work he 1ms
Tha outlook for St. J uhiu. becom
ing a iiiamifHCtiiriug center conliii
uuit to gut blighter mid blighter.
Now industries me coming this
wny in a gratifying maimer, riuI
stwreely a week n but a new
plant imrchaseei n location or makes
an iuveaitigutiou with that end in
The Reed-French Piano Co. of
I'm timid hud a number of our res
ident guettkiug and eiidanvoriiig to
think tip hII the old chestnuts they
uvur heard of to Ami something ap
propiiute lor a catch-phrase for this
untutprUing firm. The 100 cash
ptue ofTcicd ln-lctl to keep some
of the young folks awake trying to
sift some happy suggestion through
thulr cniiiiittn. The phuucc adopted
were not catchy in the least.
The Haywood ttial is still an
absorbing topic of intercut, and has
been the cause of many hunted dis
elusions. From the evidence ml
'ducal it is lmrd to forecast what
the result will be; but one thing is
sure, and that is, if the tunny muii
who were murdered during the
mining troubles were projwrly
avenged, the roiio trust would do a
rushing business fgr awhile.
I), N. Hyerlee has sold his farm
west of this city and has purchased
a one-hnlf interest in the St. Johns
Review, of St. Johns, Ore. Mr.
Hyerlee is one of the old pioneer
newsoaner men of Hood River. He
served for many years on the Hood
River Olacier and at present is
servimr as citv editor of the News
Letter of this citv. He is one of
the most accomplished newspaper
men on the coast, a man of virile
mind: fertile illumination: ready
diction: indomitable couniue and
unlimited enerifv. We arc confi
dent that when he takes hold of
the St. Johns Review that it will be
an altocetlur different looking
sheet. St. Johns is a good field for
a newsnnncr. nun we are certain
that D. N will make good. Mr.
Hyerlee expects to move to his new
home the first of the month. We
are sorrv to see nun uo irotn our
midst, but here is luck to you old
We reproduce the above clipping
from the Hood River Olacier that
wc may be able to remove 11 wrong
apprehension from the minds of the
readers of that progressive piper.
rim city editor of that publication,
Mr. C. I). Nkkelsun, who is re
sponsible for the above effusion,
uts here given prima facie evidence
of a very "fertile imagination" and
hard heart to send us down here
with such a reputation. We are
not like the Arkansawyer "half
horse and half iilliimlor," but like
our friend Chris, our paternal an
cestors used to wear wooden shoes
and eat saner kraut ami hot wienies
In Der Vaterland: our mother was
a little Hoosier girl and notwith
standing the "wiissergesehlichtieh"
taint in our makeup we glory in
the fact that we are a full-blooded
American cilicn, and while the
first part of the above clipping
would lead us to think that Chris
had been eating "hasheesh" we
are grateful to him for his closing
remarks mid assure him that his
good wishes are fully reciprocated,
As an instance of sublime faith in
humanity ex-Mayor Sclimil. takes
the cake. He has the gull In pto
fess to believe the jmoplc will re
elect him mayor. A mayor presid
ing in prison garb would present an
Science has at lust firmly secured
(in their own minds) the cruel fact
that kissing Is tiuhealthful and ab
solutely dangerous at times. If
this decree of uuiomantic and stony
Ikmii led science is taken seriously
the light of (lie world will glow
dim. Shades of the old apple tree,
wlmt next ?
The murders that now occur
throughout the United States under
the protection of the "unwritten
law" uiv uettiuu to be Muuetliiuc
fierce. If the thing keeps up it
will not Ik? safe to walk down street
witu auoiiier iniiu s wile, ami as a
consequence, life would lose half of
its pleasiiies for many.
Circular No. 10 of the railroad
commission of Oiegou has been ie
ceived mid if the provisions of the
eomiuiiou ate cartied out faith
fully, theie is uo doubt but the
shippeis will be gieatly benefitted.
It ih hIm) tine that the overworked
agents will not hail the arrange
ments with delight. Now, if the
couuuiitkiou will do a good stunt in
couielliiig the railroads to furnish
adequate help at ovcihuidcucd sta
tions they will do as much to facil
itate shipments as they have in this
I he gui luge question is one of
the toughest propositions the city
fathers have had to battle with thus
far. The question where to secure
a suitable location for the refuse
dump is the sticking point. Nobody
wants it within seven miles of their
tesidencv, and when any one pos
sessing what might be thought nu
ideal locality for the nauseous tie-
Msit is upptoachetl by a member of
the committee having the matter in
hand, tluy shy off and break for
cover as soon as the project is men
tioned. What to do in the prem
ises is the quandary. It is needed,
badly needed. Suggestions have
been made miicIi as building a fur-
naee mid consuming the city's off-
fallings in this manner, but this
would require a fireman. Other
toniedies have been advanced but
nothing definite has been settled
upon. The council is still ojien to
conviction, and if some kind heart
ed individual with the interest of
the city at heart will please step for
ward ami olTer .some feasible solu
tion to the conundrum he will re-
cuive an uonor ami glory ami a
solely tried council will rise up and
call him blu&cd,
CITY COUNCIUN SESSION
Lengthy But Interesting Mass of Business Trans
acted Tuesday Evening.
The council was called to order
about 8 o'clock Tuesday evening
by Mayor Couch with every mem
ber of that honorable body in his
chair, and the recorder and city
attorney on the side. The minutes
were read nnd approved.
Mayor Couch then gave a repre
sentative of the Norris Safc& l,ock
Co. an opportunity to present that
firm's proposition for puttiuu in the
cell cages of the city bastilc. These
cells he proposed to build four in
number, 4 fect 6 inches wide, 6 feet
6 inches long, 6 feet 6 inches in
height, of Hessemer steel, all cor
ners 2X3 inches, angles firmly riv
eted mid to be built of inch steel.
1 lie front lattice to be made of t
i-2x 1 1-2 steel bars, the unriiiht
bars to be 2 inches apart ami hori
zontals 12 inches apart riveted nt
the intersections. The steel is to
c openhearth steel havini: a tensile I
strength of 80,000 pounds to the
square inch. His price wns $1 185.
rropositiou was referred
Attorney Parker presented the
claims of the Marine Iron Works
for the vacation of Charleston
street in a very forcible manner and
wanted the business done right
then and there. As it had not yet
been possible for the county
Son contract; on motion of Council
man Walker was ordered paid.
n. u. Holcomb, labor. . .
J. H. Hlack, labor
C. P. Ncsstey, labor.
Knight & Glover, rent . .
On motion of Councilman Rascr
the above were ordered paid.
The matter of putting toilet in
basement and doing necessary con
crete work for the same was dis
cussed and on motion of Council
man Lcggclt the building commit
tee was instructed to have work
Kxpert Accountant Downs, who
is engaged in exporting the city
recorder and treasurers accounts of
bygone days, reported to the coun
cil that he was wrestling with the
matter, and would make his final
report nt the earliest date possible.
Mavor Couch instructed Record-
to the er Hsson to notify the electric light
company mat tlic lights' in the old
location would not be needed and
the telephone company of the city's
desire to have their phone changed
from the old city hall to the new.
The matter of leveling the park
in front of the city hall was dis-
engui- cussed but no final action taken.
BASE BALL SUNDAY
Frakes Win An Uninteresting
Game at Hill's Park.
Standing of the Tri City Teams.
Astoria . . .
Trunks . . .
Brewers 3 11
ccr to make the necessary survey of 'seemed to be the concensus of opiit-
Kicumou i street, uie mayor in- Ion of the city fathers thnt the lot
formed Mr. Parker that as soon os should have the sidewalks built and
this could possibly be accomplished lot graded down to un even grade
he would have the ietitiou acted ; with the surrounding territory and
upon without delay. , surplus dirt, if any, removed.
A communication from the city I Gas franchise ordinance was pre
engineer stated that the second pay-'seutcd and discussed, and the com
ment of S500 to Crook & Walton mittee instructed to take the innttcr
up for further information.
On motion of Councilman Dobic
it was decided to subscribe for a
copy of the Portland city directory.
The report of Recorder Hsson
was read and accepted on motion of
1 he matter of distiosiug of the
city garbage was brought
The Frakes and the Trunkmak
crs occupied the center of the stage
at Hill's ball grounds Sunday dur
ing the absence of the local club.
The contest from start to finish was
a fine exhibition of how not to play
the national game. The Frakes
did not have to play the game to
win and their chief endeavor seem
ed to be to keep their score down.
Incidentally it might be stated that
the Frakes, in the opinion of the
local fans, have been having en
tirely too easy picking. While the
local club has been bumping against
the toughest propositions in the
league the Milliners have been hav
ing the easy marks to toy with and
fatten the club's percentage. This
gives them a decided ndvautatrc be
cause it Is obvious, to ail who have
kept tab on the league's progress
that at least three of the clubs will
be compelled to retire from the
league or else greatly strengthen
their respective teams.
The patronage at the grounds
will keep on dropping oiT unless
the schedule soon takes a turn for
The score at the end of nine
jroorly played innings stood 5 to o
in favor of the Frukes.
ST. JOHNS PARTY
is out of order. You no to bed iu
Visits the City of Angels and a bad humor and get up with a bad
taste in your motitli. vou want
Tells All About It.
something to stimulate your liver.
Just try Herbine, the liver regu
lator. A positive cure for Consti-
A party of St. Johtis people nation. Dvsnensia and all liver
Mcsdames Learned, Sutherland, complaints. Mrs. F-. Ft. Worth.
Braasch and Mr. and Mrs. Mills, ; Tex., writes: "Have used Herbine
started on May 2 with the Shriuer's in my family for years. Words
excursion for Los Angeles, Cab, can't express what I think nbout it.
arriving there the following Sunday Everybody in my household are
morning with only two stops of a happy and well, and wc owe it to
few hours each, one at Sacramento
and one at San Francisco; a few
minutes stop was also made at
Shasta Springs, long enough to
allow us all to get out and drink at
the spring. '
Los Angeles was gaily decorated
and the people and bustle there
made it seem any other day but
Sunday. The next night the
Shrincrs of America marched
through the streets, 300,000
Sold by St. Johtis Drug
NOTICE OF SALE
To whom It may concern:
I, Geo. M. Hull, City Treasurer of St.
lolnu, Orceon, under mid ly the author
ity vested in inc. hereby give notice that
I will Bell nt the front door of the City
Hull for till! Citv of Kt. tolitu. Orrixin.
people 'nt public auction to the highest bidder,
c:iMi in immi, on tlic t5t.11 nay 01 July,
1907, nt 10 o'clock . in.
Hlock four (4), lot fourteen (14), St.
John Heights addition to the City of St.
John?, Oregon, or va much thereof ns
may be iicccaviry to pay the sum legally
nsiesscd neninst the safd lot. towlt : the
A division of mounted men ' tgciherwlth Inurwl ml
. U3LO Ul Ml IC.
Thnt Mid total sum of f 75,81 In due by
reason of 1111 nsscssnient olnccd tittoii the
city lien docket of the wild City of St.
lor inside work 011
due and payable.
A little bit of interesting history
bobbed up here in the communica
tion from the Dally Horn! News en
closing n bill of ancient lineage iu
the amount of $37.50 for bond ad
It .seems that there is no one con- thoroughly discussed without ar
iiected with the city who ordered riving at any definite conclusion, it
the advertising covered by the bill,
or who has any certain knowledge
of the same. The Daily lloud News
called attention to the disreputable
reputation the failure to pay this
hill would give the city, and that
when other bonds were issued the
city would likely be up against it
hard to find any one to iloat the
bonds If they did not pay this bill.
ST. JOHNS AT KKUSO.
The St. Johns club won an inter
esting game at Kelso Sunday after
noon. Many brilliant plays were
made by the visiting team, and the
Kelso boys at 110 time had a chance
to win. Charlie Moore's superb
pitching was the stumbling block
for the home club. The Moore
brothers, Ripley ami Hrown were
the slur jwrforincrs for St. Johns.
cheering the most gorgeous pageant
in the city's history, many blocks
long, nnd with bands from the dif
ferent states. Detroit had the big
gest patrol which boasts of the tall
est and shortest drum major iu the
in gorgeous cnballcro costumes
pleased the crowd, then came the
floats, all very beautiful. Tuesday
our crowd went out to Venice, one
of the many beautiful beaches Cal
ifornia can boast of. A delightful
day was spent. The next day was
a gala dny at Hollywood, Paul De
Longpre giving a reception nt his
beautiful home. It was a pleasure
to go through the great artist's
studio, see ths beautiful pictures
and then through the summer
houses where they served refresh
ments. All were given bouquets of
llowers. The band played all day.
Frid ty was Flower carnival. A
fine parade. Saturday went to
Long Ilcnch, which is fine. Sun
day we went to the auditorium to
hear Robt. Ihirdcttc of Pasadena, I
Cal. , preach. Monday the Shrincrs ,
went to Ma onic home where every
Johtiii.OreBoii.onthe 29th day of Scptcni-
ocr, 1900. who. m. 11 ALT,,
City Trcnnircr of St. Jolins, Ore.
Ily C. A. Wood, Deputy.
Published In the St. Johtis Review June
ar, 23, nnd July 5, 12, 1907.
IN THI? CIUCt'IT COURT OP TIIH
STATU OP ORI'.GON, COUNTY
U. U. llognn, Plaintiff
Mary Hognn, Defendant.
To Miry Hoin, Djfen Lint:
In the name of the State of Oregon:
Voti ute hereby summoned mid required
to itppcar and answer the complaint filed
iiauiHi you 111 me niiovc entitled salt o 1
or before the
which is after six week have expired
from the date of the first publication of
this summons. It is prescribed in the
order for the publication of summons
that the summons be published for six
tiling was (lone to make the visit 1 successive weeks, and said order w.11
delightful. Hand and a hall for I made mid tinted the i.ith dny of June.
nnv of the vounir fnlk tlml u-miti d '97. "!d the first publication thereof Is
to tlauce. and at lunch time served 1:,1!' inlnswe'
a splendid dinner. '1 hey sent us 1 tlif will imply to the court for tho relief
being n problem beyond the ken of
Mayor Con h became enthused
with the spirit of the approaching
national birthday and suggested
that n city hall without a good flag
polo and the stars ami stripes flut
tering iu the breeze would be as
K. 1IH. l'.O. A. It.
homely ns n bob tailed doc and lien
erolislv offered In fnriilalint lilu
The fact that the party sending the expense the necessary rope nnd pul
hill has sent duns similar to this to ley and lend the city his fine ten-
three or four of the council or other
ollicers ami citizens accusing them
of ordering the adveitisiug done,
none of whom ever made any such
order to the best of their recollec
tion leads them to think there is a
nigger iu the fence. Mayor Couch
reipichlcd Attorney Greene to look
up the records for any history of
the transaction that might appear,
and instructed Recorder ICssou to
write the claimant requesting him
to mail the original order to the
iKiuk here, ami if it proves a true
bill it will be paid.
The following bills were present
ed: John O'Hnre for labor on pil
lars and other couciete work $874.
Si. This bill created considerable
discussion, but the council did the
only thing left for them: on motion
of Councilman Rnscr ordered bill
foot llag until some good modern
Hetsy Ross supplies the city with
one of its own. The mayor was
heartily seconded by the council
ami 011 motion of Councilman Dobie
the building committee was in
structed to erect a suitable flag pole
on the east end of the city hall.
A short discussion on the "good
of the order" was Indulged iu by
the members of the council and
others. Mayor Couch compliment
ed the members of the building com
mittee on their good and earnest
work on the city hall, particularly
Councilman Lcggett, wdo has been
on the ground almost every day
since he went on the committee and
to whose energy nnd goal judg
ment much of the present success
of their work depended.
Attorney Greene expressed him-
paid, all voting afliriuativcly except If iu the same vein nnd Attorney
lllukle, If. . . . 120
O. Moore, c. . . . 1 3 7
Clarke Moore, lb o 2 11
F. Gains, cf . . . o o 3
Ripley, ss o o 1
McKay, 2b o o 1
Hrown, 3b 1 2 1
brock, rf o o 1
C. Moore, p. . . . 2 2 2
Total 5 11 27 18 1
Hawley, If .
I.achupelle, 2b o
Miller, c 1
Conrad, lb o
Smith, rf o
Ilerbcden, cf o
Sclutffer, ss o
Hull, p o
. . . .0
in .... . . .
aiucrmau woinc who voted, .No.
Moore, Meagher Co., ma
J. II. Ulock, labor
Ii. 11. Holcomb, labor. . . .
Closing out the
Youngferdorf & ' accordingly.
I icy seconded the idea of Council'
man Dobie that the nrooer thitiir
would lie to have nn opening, a sort
01 an old fashioned house warming
to celebrate the occasion of the oc
cupancy of the new hall. This stig
gestiou was approved by all pies-
cut and arrangements will be made
Uncle John I), says" it is all off,"
and he is going to 'fess up. What
is the world coming to? Must all
us trust magnates give up the se
acts of our profession?
Peary should give the north pole
a rest and take a shot at the south
mile instead. The wily old stick
at the north cud, however, contin
ues to be the center of attraction
for the jwle hunters.
A Portland woman came almost
marrying her own father recently
through the kind agency of a mar
riage bin can. . This courtship by
ptoxy is sometimes a dangerous
thing to monkey with.
Good teports ate being received I
from all the fruit sections of Ore
gon, The crop is satisfactory, the
prices are good at the present time
and the prospects for the fall fruit
crop are the brightest in the history
of the state.
echo front the pioneer days iu Ore
g'on. For Salw
Hoat house, new 23 foot launch,
9 row boats, etc. Profits $5 to $8
!er day. Owner must leave. See
H. G. Ogden, Review Office, St.
I & i
I 6 27 20 4
SCORU IIY INNINGS.
KCISO . . OOOOOOOO
St. Johns 00310000
Struck out Hy C. Moore 7 j by
Hull 4. liases on balls off Hull 1 .
'I'..,n 1.:. f!ll. O
nu imw; 1111 .mncr. auenucc
hits Ilrock, Conrad. Stolen bases
Drown, Hawley. Hit by pitched
ball O. Moore, Herbedeu. First
base on errors St. Johtis 2, Kelso
1. Left on bases St. Johns 6,
Kelso 4. Time of game one hour
GAMIi AT ORKGON CITV.
i lie ureakers or St. Johns went
to Oregou City last Sunday and de
feated the Oregon City Grays iu a
lo-inning game. The Tttmwater
boys thought the came was all
their own until Noreue took off his
cap. That settled it. Pitcher Gee
of the Grays went up iu a balloon
and the Breakers went right in and
broke up the game to the tune of
6 to 5 in their favor. It was the
first game the Grays have lost 011
their own grounds this season and
they were greatly surprised to find
they could be beaten on their home
St. Johns Loses to Woodburn. j
10 win unoriei mission, n little way
from there, which wns built 135
years ago; saw the largest grape
vine iu the world there, then n few
miles iu another direction to the
famous IJaldwiu ranch; saw orange
and lemon orchards. Next day
being Mrs. Lcarncd's birthdny,
she gave a party which was thor
oughly enjoyed. The next day we
went to ban Pedro, 25 miles by
electric car, thence by steamer 25
miles to Catalina Island; took din
ner and then went in the glass-bottom
boat, which was grand; got
back to Los Angeles at eight
o'clock. Next dny Mrs. Learned
and Mrs. Draasch went to Long
Reach again to visit Mrs. Kdgcrton,
formerly of St. Johns; think they
o o kuow nun urcgou is the best place
2 o 011 earth.
5 2 May 17 left for Sau Diego nrriv-
0 o ig t two o'clock. Took lunch
1 1 ami went to Coronado, n fiuebeach,
o o "id the beautiful hotel Del Corona
o o Next morning went to La
1 1 jouii, saw tne ciiurcn ami noiue
I ...l. . 11
11 o wucre luiuioua was married ami
the old mission and cave, then re
turned iu time to take the 1:30
train back to Los Angeles. Sunday!
.. l-.i r ! .1 . . f
wc iiiieiHicu v.oiigrcgauouai ciiurcn 1
and then a feu- trlns in nn nntn
urotind the city ended our stay iu
May 20 started on our return
trip. After n halt day train ride
we arrived at Santa Barbara. At
the Hotel Potter, which is fine, wc
enjoyed n fine salt bath, and part
of the crowd had a plunge bath iu
a fine bath house. Iu the afternooti
went to the mission founded 121
years ago. The 21st left for Mon
terey where we arrived at midnight;
after a few hours sleep had break
fast, then went with a tnllyho party,
some of whom were from Salem.
After a three hour's ride visiting
points of interest, got back forj
lunch then took train for San Jose, '
where we remained a week San
Francisco was the next point, with
a few hours' stop-over at Stan-1
ford University. Arrived at San j
Francisco, took a one-horse wagon
to the ferry. As the strike was!
on we did not want to stay iu San j
Francisco so went over to Oakland, i
Iroin there we took iu Ikrkeley
unu uiuereiu parKS, aim went to
Golden Gate Park and museum.
After seeing all we wanted to of
California, took the train without
accident for Portland all O. K.
Onk op 'Km.
I i'u 11111 ... iii,vi, 1111,1 lllisivvr, II1C
1111 win appiy to me court lor llio rellel
prayed for fu his said complaint, towit:
that the bonds of matrimony heretofore
nnd now existing between the plaintiff
and defendant be dissolved, mid lor Mich
other and further relief us shall seem
Tills Miiumoiis is published once n
week for six successive weeks In the St.
Johns Review by order of the Honorable
junge uciaun, Judge of the above en.
titled court, and made the 14th day of
Jlllie, H17. If, DllNI.INllltK,
Attorney for the Plaintiff,
4i Ch.1mb.T0f Commerce.
I'lrst Insertion June 21, 1917; last in
sertion August 2, 1917.
Now is the
Real Estate, Loans and
The Apaches near Fort McDow
ell, Ariz., are putting on the war
paint and the palefaces in that sec
tion are u shude or two paler in
consequence. The row started over
n shooting of an Indian by the res
ident Indian agent, said to be iu
self defense. It sounds" like an
East St. Johus
iu St. Jolins.
Glen Falls and West
5 Chester Insurance com
$ panies, New York.
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The St. Johns club lost a came
to Woodburn Wednesday at Port
land grounds by a score of 6 to 5.
It was a hard came to lose as the
locals made almost twice as many
hits and had only half as many er
rors as their opponents. A rank
decision by Umpire Rankin iu call
ing a tnree base hit mode by Clark
Moore in the ninth with two men
on bases a foul, was the cause of
it all. It looked like a barefaced
robbery to the spectators. Rankin's
work Heretofore has been of a hicb
order nnd it is utifortutiate he fell
dowu at such a critical moment.
This made the third straight defeat
the locals have suffered at Wood
burn's bands, ami iu the three
games each oue was lost by one
The fiuest of callitic cards at The
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