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-THE MOHNING OREGOEIAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, MOO.
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WIN THE LAST GAME
Pitcher Ham Iberg Delivers the
Goods to the Tigers.
BROWNS PLAY BRILLIANTLY
Five Thousand People, Impartial in
Applause, Closely Watch Contest
and Cheer Victorious Browns
and Defeated Tigers.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Portland. S; Tacoma, 3.
Oakland. 0-3; San Francisco. 2-7.
Ios Angeles, 10-.3; Seattle, 2-1
Standing of the Clubs.
"Won. Lost. P. C.
Tacoma G4 48 .571
Los Angeles 60 46 .566
Oakland CO 52 .536
San Francisco 54 53 .505
Seattle 53 58 .477
Portland 38 72 .343
SACRAMENTO. CaL, Nov. 27. (Special.)
Ham Iberg was In tho box for the
Browns today and he made the great
Overall look like a poor penny, as he had
It on him In every stage o the contest,
with the result that he captured the last
game of the season by a generous margin.
Over 5000 people -witnessed the game and
were very impartial in their applause.
The main feature of the contest was the
batting of Starkell, -who relieved Nadeau
in left field In the .seventh inning, as his
double and triple drove in two runs. He
personally scored. Spencer's fielding -was
a feature. The score: R.H.E.
Portland 0 0 0 0 0 213 0-510 2
Tacoma 000 0 0012 0-3 7 0
Batteries Iberg and Frary; Overall and
Umpire Perine. '
SEALS TAKE TWO GAMES.
Scientific Exhibition in Morning
Oakland Fields Loosely Later.
SAN FRANCISCO, Now 27.-Tbe San
Francisco team celebrated the closing of
the season by twice defeating the Oak
land Club. The morning contest was a
scientific one, free from error and the run
due to bitting. Oakland's fielding was
loose and Schmidt was easy to hit in the
opening Innings. The score:
Morning game It H E
Oakland 000 0 0 00 00-0 6 0
San Francisco 10000010 2 10 2
Batteries-Jones and Stark; Whalen and
Afternoon game RHE
Oakland 11000000 1-3 8 6
San Francisco 2 0400001 7 7 4
Batteries Schmidt and Stark; Wheeler
and Wilson. Umpire McDonald.
TOM M'DONALD THE STAR.
Saves Washington Team From Dec!-
lv Defeat by California.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, Seat
tle, Nov. 27. Special.) The game against
the University of California probably
closed the football ee&son for the local in
stitution, although it is possible that the
collegians will meet the Seattle Athletic
Club next Saturday.
Every one now feels that the season's
work haa been a success', as It ended with
such a strong eleven. The score of 6-6 was
not the only thing which brought satis
faction to the Washlngtonlans, but also
tne I act, wnicn most every one realized
who attended the game, that if It had not
been for Heitmuller's punting, the Uni
versity of California would have been de
Big Tom McDonald has more than es
tablished his reputation In the city as
one of the best defensive quarterbacks
that has been seen at that position. The
open work was evidently Just what the
big fellow was fitted for. The more pessi
mistic of the Washington supporters say
that If It had not been for McDonald Cali
fornia wbuld have beaten Washington 20"
to 0. At the beginning of the game her
backs came through the line without any
trouble, but when McDonald hit them ho
drove them back for the yardage they had
gained and also had the effect of stop
ing their speed when, they came through
The Californians left for San Francisco
Saturday morning. They have been In
the city since last Tuesday night, but have
been slow to leave, as their season was
closed. Thej' were disappointed over not
making a better showing against the Uni
versity of Washington, but all speak In
the highest terms of the clean and hard
game played by the local men.'
SEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY.
List of Recent Accessions Ready for
the City's Readers.
The patrons of the Portland Public Li
brary will find the following list of new
Black, Hush. Practice of self-culture....
Cleveland, S. G. Presidential problems
Kellogg-, A. II.. comp. Special day exer
cises; 35 programmes for school cele
brations ' 371 K29
Maxwell. "W. J., comp. Greek-letter men
of the Pacific Coast and. Bocky Moun
tain States , R371.SM465
Strons, Joslah, ed. Social progress. R310S923
Veblen. Thorsteln. Theory of business en
terprise 330 V333
Gillespie. W. M. . Treatise on surveying:
ed. by Cady Staler, 2v 526.8G47S
Reed, C. A. North American birds eggn
Baker. R. S. Boys second book of In
Doubleday. Russell. Stories of inventors.
Haskins. C W. Business education and
Oregon. University of. Mineral resources
and mineral industry of Oregon.... 022066
Fine Arts and Amusements.
Beard. D. C For playground, field and
iorest; the outdoor handy book. . .79CB36S
. What to do and how to do It: the
American boy's handy book 700B3877
Cummlngs. C A. History of architecture
in Italy. 2v. , 723C971
Holder, C F. Big game fishes of the
United States .1 7B9H727
Kidder, F. E. Architect's and builder's
pocket-book 721 K46
King, G. G. Comedies and legends for
Mach. E. R. O. von. Greek sculpture. . . .
Sanford, F. G. Art crafts for beginners
Stat ham, H. H. Modern architecture..
White, S. E. Mountains 7M WSSSm
Boynton. H. W. Journalism and litera
Chaucer, Geoffrey. Canterbury tales, a
modern rendering into prose of the pro
logue and ten tales by Percy Mackaye. .
Eberhard, E. E. Champoeg and other po
ems 8U 16
Mable. H. W. In Arcafly 818 Ml 12
Wiggia. Mrs. K. D. (a) and Smith. K. A.
Golden numbers ....v. 821.0817635
Teats, W. B. Hocr-glasa and other plars.
(Flays for an Irish theater, v. 2)..SS2 T41
DeMriftUe aac. TraTei.
Burrougtrc, John. Far and. near.917.eSB972
Crevecoew. J. H. St, J. de. Letters frosa
an American farmer .817.4C92S
Ilulbert, A. B. Great American canals.
t. 2. The Brie cmu4 ........ .W.1T JMUc
Slocum, Joshua. Around the "world in the
sloop Spray 910S634
Sanborn, F. B. New Hampshire... 0745108
Clopton, Mrs. V. (T.) Clay. Belle of the
'50s; memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Ala
bama, concerning social ana political
life in Washington and the south. 1653
C6: ed. by Ada Sterling SC644
Conway. M. D. Autobiography, memoirs
and experiences BC767
Lee, R. E. Recollections and letters of
General Robert E. Lee. by. his son. R.
E. Lee BL47BLe
Parkman. Francis. Francis Parkman. by
H. D. Sedgwick BP249S
Thackeray. W. M. Thackeray's letters to
an American family; with an lntrod. by
L. W. Baxter BT363t
Washington. George. Youth of Washing
ton, told in the form of an autobiogra
phy by S. W. Mitchell BW31SM
Bell. J. J. Jess & Co fc. B433J
Connolly. J. B. Seiners C7523S
Cotes. Mrs. S. J. (D.). Story of Sonny
Davis, W. S. Falaiae of the blessed voice
Duacan, Norman. Dr. Luke of the Labra
Fox, John, Jr. Christmas eve on Lonesome
Goodwin, Mr. M. (W.). Head of a hun
dred In the colony of Virginia... 1622 G C57h
Howells, W. D. Son of Royal Langbrlth
Kelly. Myra. Little clUrene H297e
Lorimer. G. II. Old Gorgon Graham LS72o
Martin. G. M. House o: fulfilment... M3813h
Mason. A. E. W. Truants M39St
Merriman, II. S. Last hope M5"le
Mlchelson, Miriam. Madlgans MC23m-
Mitchell. J. A. Villa Claudia M6Slv
Onoto Watanna. Daughters of NIJo 05S6d
Page. T. N. Bred In the bone P133br
Parker. Sir Gilbert- Ladder of swords..P2391a
Roberta. C G. D. Prisoner of Mademoiselle
Streeter. J. W. Doctor Tom S915d
Stuart. Mrs. R. (M.). River's Children.. -S932r
Thureton. Mrs. K. C Maaquerader. . . .T545m
Waller. M. E. Wood-carver of 'Lympus
Warner. Anne. Susan Clegg and her friend
Mrs. Lathrop W27S0s
Watson, Jchn. Young barbarlasa .W341y
White. S. E. Blazed trail stories and
stories of the wild life .W5SSbl
Wiggln. Mrs. K. D. (S.). Affair at the Inn
Woman errant W872w
Books for Children.
Ambrosl, Marietta. Italian child life.... J A4 961
Baldwin. James. Wonder-book of horses..
Slatchford, M. E Story of little Jane and
Campbell. Mrs. H. (S.) American girl'a
home book of work and play J700C188
Campbell. S . J., comp. Young folks'
book of poetry J821C1SS
Chambers, R. W. Orchard-land JAC445o
Crane, Walter. Queen Summer J821CS91
Gllllat, Edward. In Lincoln Green; a
merrte tale of Robin Hood JG4811
Henning, Frederic. Mall of Orleans; tr.
from the German by G. P. Upton. .JBJ62H
Hoffmann, Frans. Ludwlg von Beethoven;
tr. from the German by G. P. Upton....
Mozart' youth; tr. from the German by
G. P. Upton JB7S0M939H
Hopkins, G. M. Home mechanics for am
Levering. A.T. Stories of New York.J974.7LSH
Lowell. D. O. S. Jason's Quest... J93SL914
Monvel, L. M. B. de. Joan of Arc..jRBM815
Moore, Annie and Nicholas, L. D. Over
Needh&m, J. G. Outdoor studies.... J590N374
Ollpbant, Mrs. M. O. (W.) History of
Scotland for the young J941047
Rlmmer, C H. Figure drawing for chil
Sage. C. H. Little colonial dame JS1291
Sage. Betty. Rhymes of real children;
with pictures by Jessie Wilcox Smlth.JSllS129
Schmidt. Ferdinand. William Tell; tr. from
the German by G. P. Upton J398S351
Scudder. H. EL Bodley grandchildren and
their Journey In Holland J914.92S436
Fisher Says He Has Won.
SACRAMENTO, Cal.. Nov. 27. Manager
Fisher announced tonight that he has
won the championship by five points, and
that he has perfected arrangements to
play a post series of sir games In San
Francisco with a picked team, to be as
Pitchers Whalen. Buchanan and Cor
"bett; catcher, Parke Wilson; first base,
Strelb: second base. Mohler; shortstop,
Francks; third base. Devereaux; left
Held, Hildebrand; center field. Waldron;
right field, Meany. The series will begin
If 3Hr U Cvttfa Ttoetfe.
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teetfelar. It MtM Om cU4U actta tke rem,
attars sJt Bate, am wla wife aat tantat,
ANGELS' HOPES HIGH
Chance to Win the Pacific
DEPENDS ON PRESIDENT BERT
Fans n Southern City. Believe They
Are Either Tied With Tacoma or
Have Won the Second Half
of the Season.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. 27. Baseball
followers In Xos Angeles are in a state
of excitement and unceratinty tonight.
They do not know whether the Angels
are tied with Tacoma for the champion
hsip of the second half of the season or
whether they have won it. There Is a
possibility that they are just one game
shy of the championship. It all depends
upon President Bert, of the Pacific Coast
League. The Angels won both, games from
Seattle today and it left -the situation with
regard to the pennant this way:
Los Angeles has a protest filed with
President Bert of a game played with
the Portland team while on one of its
Northern trips. Manager Morley said
"If President Bert throws out the Port
land game, that Is, does not allow It to
figure in the percentage table, we are
tied with Tacoma for the second half.
If he turns down McCarthy's decision and
gives the game to the Los Angeles team,
then we win the second -half and -will be
entitled to play, a post-season series with
Tacoma for the 1904 pennant. If Bert de
cides against us on the protest, then we
lose by three points."
The scores In today's games were:
First game B.H.E.
Los Angeles 0 2 0 0 3 ti 3 10 13 0
Seattle 0 0001 (TO 01 212 3
Batteries Gray and Spies; Hogg and
Second game u np
Los Angeles 0'0 0 2 1 -C 8 0
ucoiuc UVUVQ1-1 9 0
Batteries Baum and Spies; Shields and
Umpire Chance. .
WOMEN AND WINE.
Increasing Fondness of the Former
for the Latter.
It is only here In America, and at the
commencement of the 20th century, that
c una woman replacing man as the
drunkard and the gormand.
The development of this appetite is
graauai and almost systematic. The girl
is scarcely more than out, and It is usu
ally previous to that event, when she 13
Introduced to Europe; and even if she is
not as reckless as some that have stolen
out en masque, and without parental
knowledge, to watch the revelry of a bal
de l'Opera at Parte, ber mother does not
hesitate to guide her through the fever
ish atmosphere and gartohneas of the aalle
de ju at Moa&e3. These are of the.seem
isgiy remote, but really forceful, causes
m&kiag familiar and attractive the
thought f drink, and they have had
Dteir share In arousing the appetite In
eMer, even if tqaalty Ignorant and ltex
Prtacd, Arioa immb. On bar re
turn to this country there Is the New
port season, which Is scarcely synony
mous with the Keely cure; or, perhaps,
If of quite another set, the new Saratoga,
even more effective than Mammon's
Rhode Island paradise, because of the
matter-of-course acceptance and patron
age of the roulette table and racetrack.
The annual horse show is next In the so
cial programme, and, if making a day
of It there, a congenial two are pretty
certain to have cocktails, a quart of
Cbablis or Brauneberger and liqueurs
with luncheon: cocktails, a quart of Brut
and liqueurs with dinner: and Scotch-and-
soda and another bottle of Brut with
supper, after the show at night. The
chaperon, did you say? Ive seen just one
ln.a year, and she appeared scarcely free
of swaddling clothes.
Resturant and hotel dining and supping
are largely responsible for the Increase
of drinking among women. We have lost
even the traces of all those quaint and
harmless home-drinking customs that
camo to us from England. But the glit
tering splendor, the dazzling lights, the
gay frocks and flashing jewels, the mix
ture of stage and society, of bohemia am
the ultra-exclusive, characteristic of our
dining places today all this in Itself In
toxicates. Wine In excess seems but nat
ural. Then, too, when the ,home dinner
practically has been abandoned to the
housekeeper, the nurse and the little ones,
it is so easy to drift Into the habit of,
"Dear, I'm really due at Van Blank's
tonight. You don't mind dining with the
crowd without me?" Soon this becomes
quite a matter of course, and then well,
ultimately, she doesn't mind In the least;
only, there Is no crowd.
Made tha Reception Graceful,
An American woman who entertafcaad
an' English duchess during her visit to1
this country took the trouble, before the
arrival of her guest, to Instruct the maid
who was to wait upon her that she must
address her properly.
"When you show her to her room." the
mistress said,, "you must be sure to re
member tt say 'your grace. "
"Oh, I'd be sure to be that flustered,
ma'rm, that I never could do it."
"Nonsense," her mistress answered;
"there is nothing to be flustered about.
She Is not so very different now from
what she was when she visited me be
fore she married the duke, and you were
not afraid of her then."
"No, ma'rm, but I do be so unaccus
tomed to saying grace anyhow, and to
say it before a stranger will put me out
so that I'll be. sure to forget it."
In due time the duchess arrived, and.
for evening are masterpieces of
tailoring skill. SUk-lined, full or
the vital style that Uvea to-day
la tha big tfashioa eeaten, and
flttlsgwlth apreolalon and ebar
1 aetar that BUbHer-tsilorlagaka
eaa give.. Do sot throw year
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tailor with cheap help. Bay
I cJothe made byjieedlesiea whs
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Ask tha Stala-Blocb dealer la
your town to sbowyoa tha label
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' particular dressers, aetttree.
THE 3TEIN-BL0CH CO.
i Waateaale T after s .
! HAk Ave.. Xew Yark.
after the fir3t greeting had been ex
changed, the maid was summoned to con
duct her to her xshamber. The girl came
forward, blushing and evidently much
confused. When she was. face to face
with the guest she suddenly clasped her
hands, bowed her head, and, to the bound
less amazement as well as amusement of
her mistress, she murmured, In a chokes
"For what we are about to receive may
we be truly thankful. Amen."
Wagger They say that old Coupon&es, the
banker, has untold wealth. Gagger Tea. that's
what the tax collector suspecta Town Topics.
Somewhere in Portland a
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name plate and a flat key with
our private mark, numbered
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our store and receive as a reward
the handsome mahogany Chif
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