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THE MORNING . OREGOyiAN. WEDNESDAY,, MAY, 10, .1905;,
TIGERS WIN IN
VERY CLOSE GAME
Jones Is Wild and Not in Good
Condition to Play.
LETS :EAGAN WALK THRICE;
Giants Get Off the Scratch Well,
But Show Weakness Toward
the End ot the
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Tacoma, S; Portland, 2.
San Francisco, 4; Seattle. 0.
: Oakland, 7; Los Angeles, 0.
Standing ef the Teams.
Won. Loet. P. C.
Ticomi S3 13 .630.
Oakland 20 J .556
San Francisco 21 17 .353
Los Angeles 15 17 .400
Portland -y. 14 -'- .389
SeatUe 14 22 .389
Staadlfi? of the Teams.
Ktvr Tork ..15 5
Pittsburg 13 7
Chicago 12 8
Cincinnati 10 10
Brooklyn 3 14
Boston 6 13
St. Louis 6 13
Standing of the Teams.
"Won. Lost. P. C
..10 7 .380
..10 8 .555
. . 10 X .355
..11 10 .524
..10 ! .520
.. fl .471
.. S 12 .400
..7 11 .383
TACOMA. Wash.. May 9. (Special.)
The Tigers and Giants played a close
game, Jones being very effective with
men on bases. Jn three Innings, with
the stations full, he retired the side and
In only one was a run secured. However,
he was wild' and not In good condition.
Keefe pitched a good game, but was not
at his best.
Portland started off like a winner. Atz
doubled. Van Buren sacrificed. House
holder hit for one bag and Doyle dropped
Schlafly's fly, Atz scoring. Then Kcefe
struck out McCredle and McLean. In
the fifth Runkle singled and Jones sac
rificed. Atz hit to Eagan who caught
hunkle at third. Atz stole second, mak
ing it on a close decision. Van Burcn
was passed and Househoiuer hit for two
bases, scoring Atz. Schlafly struck out.
That was all for Portland, in all other
Innings the visitors going out In order.
Eagan was given three bases on balls,
Jones -being afraid to let him hit. Ta-
comaseored the -first run on Doylejs
double and' Lynch's hit" after two hadi
gone out";" and Eagan and McLaughlttP
were passed. Eagan was caught at the
plate. .The second tally was scored "by
Nordyke on his pass, Atz' error and
Lynch's hit- The third was brought In
by Keefe, who singled, Sheehan's double
and Xordyke's single bringing him home.
AB R IB PO -A B
Doyle, rf S 1 2 1 O 1
Sheehan. 3b 3 0 112 0
Nordyke. lb 4 1 2 12 1 0
Eagan. ss, 2 0 1 O 5 0
McLaughlin. If ... 3 0 0 4 0 0
Lynch, cf 4 0 2 1 0 0
C6y. 2b 3 0 0 1 3 0
Ilogan. c 4 0 0 7 1 0
Keefe. p 3 110 10
31 3 9 27 13 1
AB R IB PO A E
Ats. -f 4 2 12 11
Van Buren, If 2 0 0 1 1 0
Householder, cf 4 0 2 2 1 0
Schlafly. 2b 3 0 0 5 2 0
McCredle. rf 4 0 0 1 0 0
McLean, c, 4 fl 0 4 1 0
Mitchell, lb 4 0 0 8 2 0
Runkle. 3b 3 n 1 0 2 O
Jones, p 2 0 0 1 1 0
Totals .. 30 2 4 24 11 1
SCORE BT INNINGS.
Tortland 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2
Hits 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 II 0 4
Tacoma 7ft-'0 1 O 1 l 0
Hits 1 0 2 0 1 4 0
Struck out By Keefe, 7;. by Jones. 3.
Bases on balls Oft Keefe, 1; off Jones, 9.
Hit by pitcher Schlafly.
Stolen bases Doyle, Eagan and Atz.
Sacrifice hits Sheehan. Van Burcn, Jones.
.Two-base hits Doyle, Sheehan, Eagan,
Householder and Atz.
First base on errors Tacoma, 1; Tort
Left on bases Tacoma. 14; Portland, 5.
Time of game One hour and 30 minutes.
OAKLAND WINS IN WALKAWAY
Umpire Demoralizes Angels by
Benching Them for Kicking.
OAKLAND, Cal., May 9. Oakland had
a. walkover today. The visitors played a
listless game throughout, and. despite the
fact that they secured 11 safeties, failed
to get a runner "across the . plate. The
home team bunched lt hit and played
first-class ball. Goodwin was batted out
of the box In the fifth,- when five hits
were made off his delivery. He was re
placed by Toren.
Captain Dillon, of the southern team.
wax put out of the game In the fifth In
nlng for disputing a decision. In the suc
ceeding Inning. Smith and Flood, also of
Los Angeles, were sent to the bench for
finding too much fault with Perrlnc s de
clsions. The Los Angeles nine finished
the game with a makeshift team. Score:
Oakland 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 1 7 12 2
Los Angeles 0 0000000 00 11 3
Ba.tj.erle Iberg, Mos&Iman and Byrnes;
Goodwin, . Toren Rnd Spies.
SEATTLE PROVES EASY VICTIM
Her Score Is Large Round 0 Against
SEATTLE, Wash., May S. Inability to
hit Joe Corbett effectively., combined with
poor work In all departments excep't the
outfield, made the local team an easy vic
tim for San Francisco this afternoon.
Shields was wild in the earlier innings.
ana gave seven bases on bails. The um
plring. of "Davis caused considerable crit
icism, both sides being dissatisfied. At
tendance, 609. Score:
Seattle &0 0 06099 4 2
San Francisco 2 10 616 9 9 94 9 1
Batteries Shields and Frary; Cerbett
Eugo&e Se&gs Ball Team.
Tke BfM High School SacebaX to&ss,
one of the best amateur orgacJz&tioss In
tfe state. 1ms swoooed down "upon tw
land to see what It can do here. Today
it nlava the Hill Military Academy on
Multnomah Field, and tomorrow plays
the Portland High School. The Eugene
High School has already defeated the Uni
versity of Oregon-and Willamette Univer
sity, and several Valley high schools,
and will put the local teams on their
mettle to win. The line-up for today's
King C. McCoy
Pender P....... Mays and Etreit
Dlmmick IB Stackpole
Driver 2B C Smith
Peret 3B Stanton
Smith SS Holraan
Hann LF J. Merchant
Bean CF Fulton
Hendershott RF -Brown
St. Louis 8, Xcw York 7.
NEW TORK, May . In the ninth
Inning rally, St. Louis defeated New Tork
today in the first game of the series. It
was a free hitting game with the visitors
having the better of it. Score:
St. Louis S 17 5; New Tork ....7 15 2
Batterles--Thlelrean 'and Gray; Mc
Glnnlty and Bresnahan.
Pittsburg 9, Philadelphia 6.
PHILADELPHIA. May 9. Pittsburg de
feated Philadelphia today in a poorly
played ten-lnnlng game. The home team
got Its lead on the visitors' rolsplays. but
the latter, by hard hitting, tied' the score
In the ninth and won out in the tenth.
Attendance 2400. Score:
R H E ! R.H.E.
Plttsbunr 9 18 6'PhiladelphIa 6 5 3
Batteries Lecver, Lynch and Peltz;
Suthorr and Doom.
Umpire Klem. .
Cincinnati 6, Brooklyn 4.
BROOKLYN. 2f. T., May 9. In a 13
innlng game Cincinnati defeated Brook
lyn today In the first game o the series
between the Western and Eastern teams.
Attendance 2500. Score:
R.H.E. I R.H.E.
Brooklyn 4 2 7CinclnnatI S 13 3
Batteries Mclntyre. Jones and Bitter;
Walker, Chech and Schlei.
Chicago 3, Cleveland 2.
CLEVELAND. May 9. Cleveland lost
first place today, being defeated by Chi
cago. Walsh pitched a strong game,
Lajoie driving In both of Cleveland's
runs. Cold weather held the attendance
down to 1700. Score:
Cleveland ....3 6 1'Chicago 3 7 1
Batteries Donahue and Berois; Walsh
Boston 5, New York 2.
BOSTON, May 9. Powell, who started
to pitch for New Tork, was wild and In
effective, five hits and three passes in the
first two innings giving Boston five runs
and the game. Tannehill was effective
throughout. Attendance 7200. Score:
Boston 5 6 2New Tork ....2 4 1
Batteries Tannehill and Crlger; Powell,
Hogg and Klelnow.
Washington 3, Philadelphia 1.
WASH INGTON, May 9. Philadelphia's
costly errors when men were on bases
and their Inability to hit Townsend at
critical moments today decided the final
game of the series In Washington's favor.
Attendance 6100. Scoi;c:.
Washington- ..3 7 0 Philadelphia l 6 3
Batteries Townsend and Kittredge;
Bender, Schreck and Powers.
IN TWO NORTHERN REGATTAS
Stanford Will Send Two Crews to
Seattle and Portland.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 9. Special.)
Manager Barrett, of the Stanford stu
dent-body, has completed arrangements
for the northern trip to be made by the
Stanford 'varsity and freshman crews
The men will sail from San Francisco
May 20 on the steamship Senator for Se
attle, where they will take part In the
three-cornered meet between Stanford and
the universities of Washington and Cali
fornia. This regatta will take place on
Lake Washington May 0. Stanford's
prospects In this regatta are considered
bright. The course is one of the "best on
the Coast, and Its- smooth surface will
give equal chances to all competitors.
The crews will leave Seattle on June 2
and go directly to Portland, where the
'varsity will meet the Portland Rowing
Club on June 4. It Is possible that Call
fomla will also take part In this meet.
and a match may be found for the Stan
ford freshmen. The regatta on Lake
Washington will furnish the first line
on the freshman material now In Stan
ford, for the first-year men will row the
freshmen of the university of Washing
ton the same day.
TOR TRANSATLANTIC RACE.
Eleven Yachts Ready to Contest for
NEW TORK. May 9. The 11 yachts en
tered for the Kaiser's cup race across the
Atlantic, from Sandy Hook lightship, arc
being given their final preparations for
By the end of this week all will be
ready for the start, on May 16, and a day
or so before that time the majority will
be at anchor Inside Sandy Hook, awaiting
the official sendaway. Most of the yachts
already have been docked and their auxil
iary propellers removed, leaving no means
of propulsion except by sail, - and from
now -on the crews will be busy taking
aboard stores for the long voyage.
Sullivan Banters Mitchell.
TACOMA, May 9. The News tomorrow
John L. Sullivan's representative Is here
to close the match with Charley Mitchell.
The following telegram was sent from
here to Mitchell last night:
"Charles W. Mitchell. Pugilist, San
Francisco: My representative is here to
sign articles of agreement. I will not
deposit $1000. but will bet you any part of
SoOOO. I will be on hand when time is
called. Will put up 51000 with Consldlne
as a bet at once if you do the same.
"JOHN L. SULLIVAN,
Earthquake Shakes Mexico City.
MEXICO CITY. May S. Eight minutes
after midnight two distinct shocks' of
earthquake were felt hecc Theater at
tendants were much alarmed. It is feared
that In Southwestern Mexico the shock
may have done much damage.
Plot Against Brazil a Myth.
MADRID. May 9. Sarrion de Hen-era,
who was arraigned in court here, on May
6. on the charge of conspiracy against
the government .ot Brazil, has been lib
erated, the magistrate haying found
nothing to 506110 his detention.
James J. Leggic.
SAN FRANCSSKX). May 9. Janes
Johnston Leggie, a well-known lure-
berBft&s of this city, VI todaat his
WHITE IS HOMESICK
nglish Lightweight Wants to
See His Babies.
WILL VISIT AMERICA AGAIN
All the Good Men in His Class in
Thls Country Are Anxious to
Have a Go WithHlm -.
In the Future.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 9. (8peclaL)-
The whole truth ot the matter is that
Jabez White is homesick' was the, re
mark made by Charley Mitchell today.
while White was talking ot returning to
England. Mitchell had decided fo stay
behind and see something more of this
country, and was good-naturedly "josh
ing" White about his hurry to get away
What White had to say anout it was
that he had some property to dispose of
In Birmingham, and also wanted to see
his wife and two children, and that after
he had settled affairs In the Old Country
he would Immediately return to America.
White shows a bit more modesty than
some prizefighters have been known to
display, and. while he feels that he might
have a good chance with Britt another
time, he admits that Brltt, being the
champion, has a perfect right to dictate
time and terms.
White has. had offers from Gans. Nel
son. Toung Corbett and Hanlon, but has
put them all aside for the present.
At Lexington, Kentucky.
LEXINGTON, Ky.. May 9.-Kentucky
Association race results:
Five furlongs Kings Daughter won, Col.
Brons ton second. Tok'ioka third; time, 1:014.
Seven furlongs Lord Haven won, Phlora
second. Bouncing Betty third; time, 1:2S.
Five and one-half furlongs Theaplaa won,
Nominee second. Heidelberg third; time. 1:074
Mile Birch Broom won. Conjuror second.
Apple third; time; 1:40U.
Half mile Annie Smith won. Fleblaa to
ond. Jay Ward third: time, :4SH.
Seven furlongs The Cure won. Lady Mer
cury second, Van Hope third; lime. 1:2.;.
At Kansas City.
KANSAS CITT, Mo., May 3. Elm Ridge
Four furlongs Oblcular won. St. Joseph sec
ond. Belroln third: time. :48U.
Mile Dunning won. Lady Ellison econd.
Meadow Horn third: time. 1:42.
Five furlongs Clifton Forge won. Kebo sec
ond. Dr. Roberts third; time. :58H.
Mile and 70 yards Thistle Do won, Bondage
second. Leila third: time. l:46Vi.
Mile and one-eighth Rosamond won, Faler-
slan aecond. Idle third; time. 1:54.
Selling, alx furlongs Envoy won, Cholk
Hedrlck second. Double Six third; time, 1:13.
At St. Louis Fair Grounds.
ST. LOUIS, May 9. Fair Grounds race
Half mile High Chance won. Turnover sec
ond. Chief Hayes third; time. :S1S.
Five and one-half .furlongs Jucora. won.
Fancy Dress .second. Red Ttelnard third; time.
Four and one-half fur!ong Security won.
Ladsarion 'second, Birmingham third; time.
Six furlongs,' handicap Fireball won, AngleU
second, Broomhandle third; time. 1:161-5.
Mile and one-sixteenth Mabel Slmms won.
Bavarian second. Behoove third; time. 1:53 2-3.
Mile and one-eighth Bravery won. Mont-
peller second. Alladln third; time. 2:01 3-5.
At Belmont Park.
NEW TORK; May 9. Belmont Park
Six furlongsHannibal Bey won. Supreme
Court second. Tommy Waddell third; time.
Five furlongs Israfel won. Merry Boy sec
ond. Gold Badge third; time. 1:04 2-6.
Four and one-half furlongs Comedienne won.
Pythla second. Bivouac third; time, :55 1-5.'
Mile Little Em won. Sidney C. Love second.
Lord Badge third; time. 1:41.
Seven furlongs Xeptunus won. Oarsman
second. Orfero third: time. 1:27 1-5.
GREAT DOINGS AT THE STAR
The best and most brilliant bill of
vaudeville tver witnessed In Portland
is seen at the Star this week, which Is
playing to capacity houses afternoon and
evening. D Urbano s Koyai Italian
Band of 26 pieces is popular with the
Portland public from whom they receive
a warm reception at every performance
with many encores. Another feature or
the programme Is the marvelous juggling
of Klnzo the Jap. who has just finished
his engagement with the Orpheum cir
cuit. His feats ara most daring and he Is
probably the best juggler ever seen In
this part of the country. John Drew.
the eccentric comedian, completely cap
tures the audience with his originality,
character singing and dancing. He has
many new jokes. Karrera in his travesty
act more than makes good. This act is
a distinct novelty in vaudeville. Mc
lntyre. Fletcher and McTntyre are clever
dancers. Roscoe Arbuckle's new ballad
"Bunker Hill." and new life motion pic
tures complete the show.
On account'of the length of the bill the
first show at night will begin at 7:15 P. M.
Musical Programme Royal Italian Band.
Overture "Barber of Seville" Rossini
Grand Duet "Norma" BalUni
Solos by SIgnorl Biancone and G. di Fulvlo
March . Finale
Mareh "Tannhauser" Wagner
Overture "Raymond" ........Thomas
Selection "Meflstofofele" Bloto
Solos by SIgnorl Macario and C di Fulvio
Vial Back In Jail.
ROSEBURG. On. May 9. Six h,ours
after Leon G. Vial, arrested several weeks
ago for attempting to kill Mrs. L G.
Dumbleton at Winchester by shooting her
in the side, was released on 13000 ball yes
terday afternoon, he was again arrested
bv Constable H. C. Slocum on & charge
of threatenlng'the lives of both Mr. and
Mrs. Dumbleton. Attorney H. E. McGinn;
ot Portland, secured bail for Vial, his
mother, who resides in Portland, furnish
ing it. He was again Incarcerated last
night. He .had intended taking the night
train for Portland.
Farewell Banquet to Consal Boyle. .
LIVERPOOL, May 9. The Chamber of
Commerce tonight banqueted James
Boyle, the retiring American Consul. Sir
Alfred Jones, who presided, paid a tribute
to Mr. Boyle's services and expressed
the regret of the community at his de
parture. Sir Alfred presented Mrs. Boyle,
on behalf f the subscribers, with her
husband's portrait In oiL
HUNTERS HOT SPRINGS, Mont., May
9. JuHik Baer. a well-known raining en
glaeer. died here last night ot hemor
rhage after & short. illBees. He came here
four years ge from Denver and since
that Usee has been, avperfateadeat of the
Coerey "Placer Mining Company. A
mother and sister at Ruby survive Mm.
re was a Muoa and 49 years old. ,
Ont of thouiaadi upon thouiandi f eni.
" "When 1 firrt. Tuegon to ute Tains' Celery Compound I tea all nt dovm from oeerwori; m&
felt thai life ted little to offer for me. I aJ used to many to-called tonics without getting any
... "benefit that I toes very tkeftical token a friend advised Table's Celery Comfovni. However, I
- legan luing it to please her, and found that in a fcto days I teas feeling much tetter. 'At the end
of tico months I teas once more a cell woman, mile to assume my duties with renewed vigor and
strength. I feeLthat words are wealc in describing what your medicine did for me. I shall
certainly recommend it most highly. Very truly yoursMiss Florence Fields, 209 S. Erie 8t
Chicago, III, Chaplain Royal Templars of Temperance.
Try one bottle see how much better you feel
PAINE S CELERY COMPOUND
The celebrated nerve vitalizer and tonic
In every community there are druggists who 3b not seem to
realize that it is actually dishonest to substitute an imitation for
- , the genuine Paine's Celery Compound.
Have you ever asked a druggist for an article, and Had him
' bring you some other unknown article and tell you it was just
r ' as good or better? He was trying to deceive you: He was
6 ' trying to substitute an unknown article for a known product
2 ; ' because he would make a few cents more out of your innocence.
, . . . " In'his mind the question of real merit did not enter into the
.'--J t,. - transaction but the question of a few cents did. '
When you ask for Paine's Celery Compound see that you get '
the real Paine's Celery Compound, with the picture of the bunch
of celery on the bo'ttle.
BISHOPS' NAMES ARE IJSEO
GOLD SCHEME PBO.MOTERS
PROMISE KICII RETURNS.
Clcrfrymen Urged to Canvass Their
Congregations for Subscribers
to Wildcat Stock.
SAN FRAN.CISCO. lay 0. (Special.)
Clergymen and church members are being
bombarded with circulars of a new
Alaskan gold scheme operated by Ohio
persons, and known as the Cincinnati
Alaskan Company. The names of Bishop
John-W. Hamilloi:. of San Francisco;
Bishop David H. Moore, of Portland. Or.;
Bishop Joy, ot Minneapolis, and other
bishops are cleverly introduced in the cir
culars as references, and large returns
are promised to those who Invest.
The circulars are alluring In promises
and state that mines are located close to
water's edge, where free gold ore can be
loaded into the company's own steamships
at the wharves. The circulars fall to
state, however, the precise locaUon of the
properties, most of the space being de
voted to urging the clergymen addressed
to go through their congregations, figura
tively, "with a fine tooth comb," raking
up subscribers to stock. Commissions are
offered by promoters..
John B. Martin Is president and Frank
Baker assistant general manager. The
office address Is given as 537 Walnut
CIRCUIT COURT AT ST. HELEN'S
Grand Jury Has Large Amount or
ST. HELENS. Or., May 9. (Special.)
Circuit Court met here today and the
grand jury Is now in session. Its member
ship Is as follows: Charles Graham. Sr.,
foreman: G. W. Jordan, Oliver 'Burns.
John Uhlman. John F. Cheldclln, Joel
Hill. Isaac McKay.
There Is expected to be considerable
work before the Inquisitorial body, as
there Is much complaint as to the manner
In which the saloons of this county are
being conducted. The Log Cabin saloon.
at "Rainier, is unoer investigation ioaay
and a young girl named Sexton was one
ot the witnesses. She was brought to St.
Helens some time ago for examination as
to her conduct, but was permitted to
return to her home on promise of better
conduct She proved an unwilling wit
ness before the grand jury and It is
doubtful whether she will tell all she
Other matters that may come before the
grand Jury are the purchase of the rock
crusher, in connecUon with which bribery
and fraud are charged by a county paper
and also that certain road supervisors
have padded their accounts. Public sen
Ument favors a thorough InvestlgaUon of
The case of Mrs. Emily Mitchell, wife
nf hp filter of the Houlton Recister.
against R. Ban White, editor ot the
Rainier Gazette, for the appointment of
a receiver lor me lauer paper was nearu
Vnnarnmi fnt trtnal divorce cases are
tn Vi raUndar. am one them that of
son of the celebrated miner and ex-Mayor
of San Francisco, xwo oiaer cases mat
will cause great local interest are those of
Fllppen vs. Fllppen and Rice vs. Rice,
both from UiatsKanie.
.REFUSED A NEW TRLAL.
Armstrong Has Poor Show for Ex
ABERDEEN, Wash., May 9. (Special.)
The remittitur from the Supreme Court
In the case of William Armstrong, who is
at Walla Walla under sentence to be
hanred. has been recelyed by Judge irwtn.
which document places Armstrong In the
possessien of the Superior Ceurt again for
resentence. Armstrong nas oeen in vaua
Walla almost siHce the day .of his sen-'
teacc awaiting decision by the Supreme
Court on the appeal for a new trial, which
has been refused.
The only hope for Armstrong now Is In
executive ciesaeacy, wmcn liKeiy win oe
sought by W. H. Abel, Armstrong's at
torney. It is hardly possible nor probable
that Governor Head will Interfere la the
case, as the murder which Armstrong
committed was clearly cowtoKxxiea and
liis Impending fate Is regarded pretty gen
erally by the public as fully deserved un
3er all the ercwBstaaces.
Arcstroeir Kad a diopute with R. W.
Fatten, a farmer fei the Wyaeechee River
Valley, ever- some wad. One day he
found Patio oa tx Jaad, wMca was
In the Spring you need a Tonic
There is hardly a man, woman or child who does not need
a tonic in the. Spring. In the Winter time we are forced to
neglect ourselves. We cannot livt in the open air enough.
We cannot take enough exercise. The nerves naturally;
grow tired and sluggish, and that is why they need a tonic
No prescription, no treatment, Jias ever been formulated that
gives the marvel ously quick, positive, direct results that Payne's
Celery Compound does.
It has stood the test o 18 years constant use. Its formula
has been sent to every registered physician in the United States ;
it is constantly prescribed by them. They know that it is the.
prescription of one of the most famous physicians known in the
annals of American medicine Prof. E. E. Phelps, of Dart
across the river from Armstrong's ranch.
He procured a shotgun and fired several
times, finally hitting and killing Patton.
TAXAXA CUTS SEW CHANNEL
Vessels Left High and Dry and Fair
banks an Inland Town.
SEATTLE, May 9. Major W. A.
Glassford. of the Unltedr States Signal
Corps, received an official dispatch this
morning from Lieutenant .Fltzpatrlck,
of the signal office at Fort Gibbon,
Alaska, to the effect that the Tanana
River had cut a new channel eight miles
above Chena, making a detour around
the town and leaving vessels high and
Tne change in the channel also ren
ders Fairbanks practically an Inland
town, as the entrance to Chena Slough,
on which Fairbanks Is situated, Is just
above the town of Chena ami no ves
sels can now reach Fairbanks. Ice
jams are supposed to have cut the new
Mrs. Brown Denies Flirting.
nnwRnv riTV. Or.. Mav 9. (Sne-
clal.) Alleged flirting on the part of
the wife and a cessation ot love ior
"r-i at. n .Via nor nf ho hll"hafli1 nOnSti-
tute grounds for a divorce case that was
filed In the Ciroult Court nere today dj
C. D. Brown against C. E. Brown. The
wif. nllpcrrs that she was married to
Brown at Portland in 1S97 and asks
for the custody of the only child, a 16-year-old
daughter by a previous mar
riage. The .wife complains that the
husband's charge ot flirting and other
Improper conduct on her part are not
only maliciously false but have
caused her much humiliation. .
Cows Killed by Giant Powder.
n-RKfiON CIT. Or.. May 9. (Spe
cial.) The dog-klller Is operating at
Gladstone, a suburb or tins city.- inree
canines having succumbed to poison
within the last tew aays. an ine same
length of time four cows have also
died suddenly under rather unusual
circumstances although an Investiga
tion of the cause leads to the conclu
sion that their demise resulted from
eating giant powder that had been
rMM9iv Tuft at the scene of grub
bing- operations by men In the employ
of George A. Steel.
Assaulted an Aged Citizen.
WOODBURN. Or.. May 9. (Special.)
Deputy Marshal Amos Beach arrested
Cliff Mosler. of Albany, for a cowardly
assault made Sunday last upon Doc Simp
son, an old and respected clUzen of
Woodburn. Mosier was taken before Jus
tice of the Peace H. Overton and pleaded
guilty of the offense. The Judge prompUy
fined him J50 and costs and In default ot
payment ot the fine he was committed to
the County Jail at Salem for 30 days.
Erne and Hcrrera Matched.
BUTTE. Mont. May 9. Young Erne, of
Philadelphia, and Aurello Hen-era will
fight In this city June 13, Miners Union
day, before the Butte Athletic Club.
Japanese Prince Visits Victor.
ROME, May 9. Prince and Princess
Arisugawa, the former a cousin of the
Emperor of Japan, visited King Victor
Emmanuel and Queen Helena at the
Qulrinal today, and were cordially enter
tained by the sovereigns for " about an
hour. Prince Arisugawa Is on his way to
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Tacoma Hotel, Tacoma.
American plan. Rates. J3 and up.
Hotel Donnelly, Tacoma.
First-class restaurant in connection.
Suffered for One Year Water
Caused Agony, Heat Intense Pain
Grew Worse Under Doctors
Could Not Do Any Housework,
CURE BY CUTICURA
"About a year ago raj hands begaa
to crack, and peel. I tried many reme
dies, bnt they grew worse all the time.
At last they be
came so sore that
it was impossible
for me to do my
I put my hands in
water, I was ia
agony for hoars;
and if I tried to
cook over the stove, the heat
cavsed intense pain. I' consulted &
doctor, bnt his -prescriptions were
utterly aseless. I gave hist tip aad
tried another, bnt without" the least
satisfaction. About sis weeks ago I
got my first relief whe I purchased
Cuticura Soap and Ointmemt. After
using them for a. week, I fonad to my
great delight that my hands werc
begiasiag to feel mmch better, the
deep cracks begaa. to heal up aad
stop running, and to-day my hands
are entirely well, the oae cake of
Cuticura. Soap and oneboz of Cuticura
Ointment being all that. I used,
(signed) Mrs. Minnie Drew, 18 Dana
St., Roxbury Mass."
ONE NIGHT TREATMENT
For Sore Hands and Feet
Soak the hands or feet ou redraw
is a stroug, hot, creamy lather ot
Cuticura Soap. Dry aa&atwimt freely
witk Caticura Ointment, the great skia
cure. Wear on the hads during, the
sight old, loose glores, or bandare th
feet lightlyin oil, soft cotton eIioeu.
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