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TTTH MORMXCr OREGOXTAN. TUESDAY, JUXE 37, 1911
GIANTS DAY LATE
Rain Gives Northwesterners
Chance to Rest Bradley
TIGHE FOOLS WOLVERTON
?attl Manager Gls Wljrxs From
Oakland hy Smooth Work and
aTe l-urchaeo Price - He
Xow Hm 6Ten ritcb.
Portland and Seattle Northwestern
League players reeted yeaterday -when
rain ihi rrOUDdl. AS this
week will be Seattle's first, last and
only appearance of the season In Port
land a double-header will have to be
played later In the week, probably on
Saturday, so a to keep tha schedule
up to date.
The one big development of the
ra'ny day Intermission was the an
nouncement of the transfer of Catcher
John Bradley from the Roadsters to
the Portland Coaat League team. Brad
ley win Join Sf-Credle at Sacramento
Immediately. Hie place on the North
went dub vlll be filled by Moore, a
coKee n.in. who played with the Ore
iron "Atilfs" this Spring. Moore has
been wltr tue club for the past fort-nlr-M-
"The Coast League club came to our
rescue and gave ! Bradley when we
needed a good backstop for the North
west club and novr that Murray Is
out through Injury we feel we owe tt
to the Coasters to let them take Brad
ley until Murray Is around asaln." said
Judge McCrcdte last nlgt.
Harris Mat. Ins; Good.
Harris has been going fine Nick
"Williams squad ?ur1ng the past three
cr four weeks. Ills throwing to bases
has been one of the bis; features of
the Tli-torious crusades of the past
fortnight, while his hlttlnir has been
d-!cldec!y of the -pinch" variety.
Pradleys loss, therefore, may not work
so great a hardship on the Northwest
club as some of the Class B fans are
In. -lined to believe.
Williams had an opportunity to se
cure Catcher Pplesman. late of the Vic
toria club, today, bat decided he would
give Moore his chance to make good.
Pplesman caught for Oakland and Sac
ramento In the Coast organisation In
1M0 and started out with Vancouver
this season. Later he was given over
to Victoria, where he drew pay up to
Funriay. when a blue envelope was
handed out. ostensibly because he
'drew too fat a stipend to suit the tall
D. E. rmgrtale and Me flattie Clanta
rrtved in Portland Monday momma;
ready for the hard aerlea this week.
"Dug- hima-slf la at the Imperial with
friend, while the tearr. under Man
ager Jack Tlghe. Is at the Bowers.
Puller ton In 1'orm.
" won Pt of the seven games
from Spokane last week ao yon haven't
anything on us down here in Port
land." aaid Magna'.e Dugdale. "Fuller
ton, the young twlrler secured from
the Portland Coast League sq-sad. !s I
going great. In fact. I believe be has 1
won four straight gamea This series I
should give a good line on how Port
land and Seattle will finish In the race
Manager Tlghe. it appears, slipped a
good one over on Wolverton. of Oak
land. In the Jim tVlgrs deal. Seattle
bought Wlcsa for I300 or J400 from
the Oaka with the proviso that YVIgga
make good before any money figured
In the transaction. After using the
slim person several days Tlghe noti
fied Wolverton that Wlggs would not
do. so there was nothing left for Wol
verton but to give Wlgga hie release
aa Re had no room for htm. Tlghe then
turned around and algned Wlgga
acain. Incidentally saving the afore
mentioned 30o or H')i which was to
have been paid to Wolverton.
Tlghe Is carrying aevrn twlrlers
with him. all told Krcht. Wlgga.
Fullerton, IS keels. Zacher. Sage and
Io Seaton. Sraton la doing more of
a utility stunt now than pitching, but
can be relied upon In a pinch.
Jensen probably will twirl for Port
TIGERS WIV IV 11 INNINGS
Pa.sard Ball Io-c for Yk-toria In
Sensational Pltclirra Battle.
VICTORIA. June St. la com a ?
feared Victoria S to 3 today la a sen
sational 11-lnr.lng game. It was a
pitchers battle between Annla and
M i Cr eery until the 10th. when Kerch
per replaced the latter. Kockenfleld
made the winning run on a passed
Vi:tto-.i-f j a o o nT.i- 40200
R'mr.:i O 4 I -I m'n.lh 3 O O 4 O
r. ilm'nJO 3 3 3 0 OR k'f M. 4 O 3 S 4
M l.l-r.rf 4 O 4 e I Mors m S 1 0
HYdnlt 4 114 0 lAl-.t-otl.rf 4 1 3 0 0
Kllt 3 13 12 l.Ttich.ct 3 1 1 0
tsrd.lf. 4 0 19 ur.urns.c. 4 111 M
1-evoct.e 333 O yi.Ser.lb 4 3 13 0 0
M Cn.j 3 1 0 T P A.nou.p.. a 1
y-hasr.p I 1 3 Oj
Totals 34 T U :v S Tota 33 lull 0
SCORE BT IXNIN09.
oioooooeio t 3
000000300 0 2
St' MM ART.
Hums. yiher. atnln bes itockenrleM 3,
Mo-. fticnnc ntts APtft xcMurao.
Fserlf'-e ties Cole-nsn. Ke'ler. Ttto-bas
hit Vrrtry. 1'iu-hers' record slsrtt hits
ef Mcvrrr In ntns tnnincs: 1 hit off
ur-rm-r tn two tarings, etruek oat An
rs Z. M-Crry 4. Kurshner a wild plt.-h
McCwrv. Kit by pitched bsll Householder,
lassed bait Desoft. lisplit Kane.
PAtli STTCVNTJ FVXZVB NO IORE
Spokane Wonder Knocked Off Slab,
and Vancouver Wlna Easily.
VANCOUVER. June Vancouver
had no difficulty tn winning from Spo
kane today. to . Paul Strand, who
went In to pitch for the visitors, was
knocked out of the box In the third
Inning, and Bonner, who relieved Mm,
was unable to hold the locals. Van
couver also rased two pitchers. Score:
Vancouver . Spokane
ITfon.!f 4 2 ! O 0 Vste!.3s 3 1 1 3 t
.4rn lb 4 4 1 Ovrtony.se - 3 4 4 O
Fen 3 1 3 3 P mk.rf . 3 0 1 O O
s.!n.rf 4 t 3 O HN9Mtt.l1 3 1 S O n
;imitl 3 111 eztm'sn.lf 4 J J O o
frtnrcf 4 1 3 a- 0 Klprt.cf 3 O t 0
eWis'r.sa 4 1 4 3 0'srt-ht.3 5 3 3 1 0
Lewtae.. 4 1 10 0 Hssty.o. . J 3 1
E-K-srap 1 O 0 C straad.p. 1 1 0
C-srsp. . 3 0 0 0 0-Bonner.? 3 0 0 0 0
Tota-'e 33 " 31 T o Totals 33 1 1 34 3
CORE BT TJCN1NG8.
runsnr oisalioa e
' Spokane 1 030 0 1 0 1 04!
stun Harrison. Adstna tl. Pranef.
Sni. JftfflM llv XrirksoR. XeCael. tsk
Stolen baare Adams. Jamea Klppert. Cart
wnaht. . ncnflc hit Adam Nordyae.
KarrlAce flj Bonner. Home run Jam"
Tr-klM hit Bcbarnweber. Two-base hit
Ssrain. pitehsrs record Three turn., 3
hits olt Strand In 1 1-S Innings; six runs.
T hits Bit Bonnsr In 5 I-S Innlnsa: 4 runs.
hits off Erickson In Innings; 2 runs. 2 nlte
oS Clark In four Innlnsa fctrnck out By
Krlckson S. by Clark 4. by Ftrsnd 1. by Bon
nsr 4. Bases on balls Off Erickson . OS
Clark X. off Strand 4. Hit by pltchsr
Harrison, by Bonnsr; Netsel. Fr sk. by
Clark. Doubls play Nstsel to Nortlyke.
Wild pitch Krlckson. Left on bases an
couvsr 6. Spokane 1L Umpires McCarthy
DUMAVAY LOSES TO 6CTTOX
Handle Blliard Wonder Wins at
1 8jC Inch Balk Line Game.
George If- Sutton, the "handless
wonder" bllllardlst, yesterday defeated
W. K. Dunlway. of Portland, In an ex
hibition match at ll.S-lnch balk lino
billiards. It was a handicap match in
which Sutton agreed to run 200 points
to 123 for Dunlway. and ie. score at
the finish was Sutton 200 to Dunlway's
Both men played high-class billiards
and Sutton made the remaraaDie nign
run of 7 points, showing the dexterity
of the man who plays billiards without
hands. Sutton's sverage during; tha
afternoon was 17. while Danlway aver
aged S. The- game was played at tne
Waldorf Billiard Parlors and another
match will be played there tomorrow
OCEAN SWIM ATMS
COXTEST FOR II A WO CCP WILL
HAVE MAXY ENTRIES.
Race Will Take Place July 4 at
Rn jooran In Pacific and Is to
Be First of Kind.
Arthur Cavlll. tho swimming expert
who Is to have charge of the swimming
iA-i r-C ' - ,( ,
Cballeege Cs Offereel for Oersa
UnlB Jnly 4 by Ileary Baaao,
regatta at tha centennial celebration
at Astoria In August, will leave to
night for Bayocean. whera he Is to cam
plete arrangements for tha deep-sea
swim to be held there July 4.
Three handsome trophies have been
don-tcA for the swim, which will be
over a half-mile course. First prize
will bo the Henry Hanno, Jr. silver
trophy cup. Tha Koneyman Hardware
Company baa donated a handsome gold
medal for second prlxe. and E. D. Bar
rett has contributed a trophy for third
Tom Garrett. Gus Maakurtx. Louis
Thomas. Leon Fab re and a number of
other prominent club swimmers have
entered In this meet, and the novelty
of being the first contestants to com
pete In the Pactflo Ocean Is resulting tn
numerous applications for entry. Cavlll
says that swimming contests In salt
water within landlocked harbors are
frequent, but asserts that this swim off
Bayocean In the open sea will be the
first of Its kind) ever attempted any
where. The Hanno trophy la a chal
lenge cup and must bo won twice In
order to become that permanent prop
erty of the victor.
Cowinx Leads Billiard Tourney.
George C Cowing leads In tha open
ing play of the handicap billiard tour
ney being staged by the Portland Press
Club, with two victories to his credit
and no defeats. The scores for tha first
two days are: Kawcett (150) 1&0.
Stevens 1U -' Beals (100) 100. Harrison-
) IS: Harrison (0 CO: Wood
ruff ((0) : Myers It: McCool (70)
5: Cowing ((0) CO. Beala (100) 83:
Cowing 0) CO. Harrison (CO) 40;
Jilchel (105) 105. Sternberg (IS) SC.
Last Cob Bachelor to Wed.
CHICAGO. June !. Frank Pchnlte,
right fielder of. the Chicago National
League team, today obtained a license
to marry Mabel Klrby and the wedding
will take place this evening. Everyone
of the Cub regulars Is now a benedict.
Pacifta Teas. I Xorthsre-trrn.
W, L. p.r. W. L. P C.
.m TTn...t to .HiVintourtr .41 :4 .:
Portland ..44 17 .HI Ttcoms ....41 IS
Oakland ...4t 41 .Si "pont ....44 : .is
Vttoon 44 43 .DOi Portland ...11 14 .4I
4ac 40 44 .4?-cattl 37 14 .4u
Ua Anc 14 il .Jl Ktorls IS C .::4
Xatloaat. I Ameriraa.
w. I. P C I w. I. P.C.
Ksw Tork..t; : J .417 Detroit 41 : .41
New Tork ..IT 21.417 Phlla It 10 .441
Phils. IT ?4 .4; New Tork... 14 14 .
rittsbarg ..IS It .S74."hicaco ....ID 13 .Stf
t. I-oult ..SI IT .o Boston 13 J .lit
rtnclrnsU .! 14 .4i: 'Cleveland . .27 17 .4:1
Brooklyn ..:t II .3S Vashlngt'a .: 41 .:
Boston ....It 47 .HDSL Loula ..14(.102
Asaertcaa Aorlmtkn. T4eaterm
W. u P.O. 1
Tolumbue ..41 27 J'Pueblo ...
KsntasCltyS 57 ..15 1 t)nver ...
Mlnnespolla IS 31 .&1 'Lincoln ..
Milwaukee. 14 11 .37 loux City
LoatsYiile ..IS 11 .ssot. Joseph,
ft. Paul. ...11 IT .414 raahs ...
Toledo 1 1 .4 rooska ...
W. I, P.C.
.! 2ft .'
.It 22 .t:s
.21 2S .541
.:i 2 .s;
.14 11 .S4
.21 11 .447
.24 14 .411
Ind'aap'ua .17 44 .401 Use Molnsa.
.11 1 .177
Yesterday's Results. v
rarlfla Coast Laagoe Xe gamea sched
uled. Northwestern Lucn Portland-Seattle
pame postponed en account of rain; Tacoraa
3. Victoria 3: Vancouver 3. Spokane C
Americas tyeagus New Tork 3. Washing
ton 1; Detroit 4. Chicago 3: Philadelphia 3.
Boston t: Clersiand-81. Loots game post
National I. so roe Philadelphia C Boston
: Cincinnati a. PTttsbtn-g 3: New Tork
Brooklya game postponed, rain; Chicago and
6t. Xxtna not scheduled.
American Association Kansas City g.t.
Columbus 4-1: Milwaukee S. Indianapolis 4:
Kt. Paul I. Tolsdo 3: IolsvlUa-Mlnneapolls
game postponed, rain.
Western La-ae Dee kfotnee 0. Topaka 4:
St Joseph r. bsarw 1: Sioux City 4. Ua
oola Si 43analka K Paabua V.
. s.ii.' 1
BASEBALL IN, EPITOME
8U leagues at a Glance.
STARS OF DIAMOND
Many Baseball Players on
. Coast Grow Wealthy Play
MOHLER IS REAL CROESUS
Veteran Second " Sacker Owns
Property Said to Be- Worth $75,
000 Barry,' of Portland, and
Lynch, of Tiooma, Rich.
BT ROSCOB FAWCKTT.
"It the love of money la the root
of all evil, what ball players In the
Coast League should be put on proba
So asks a Portland fan. who evi
dently desires a serious answer, for he
writes on a mining; .company's sta
tionery. Guessing at ball players' bankrolls
Is hard, but from gossip picked up at
the various noodle shops, a list of the
Plerponts and John D's of the Coast
must necessarily Include "Kid" Mohler,
of the Fan Francisco team; Jack Barry,
of Portland, and Mike Lynch, of Ta
coma. Mohler has been playing; professional
ball so long that when a parchment
with Ink scratches upon It waa dug
up by scientists recently In the ruins
of Pompeii, somebody startesl the ru
mor that It was Mohlor's first league
contract. The veteran second sacker
owns property In San Francisco and
Los Angeles and Is said to be rated
around $75,000 in the financial blue
Fifty thousand Is the estimate a
close friend of Jack Barry's makes of
the ex-New Yorker's worldly wealth.
Batry was In the big show for over
10 years. drew down health pay
checks, and unlike most players, saved
and Invested a portion of it- His In
terest In the Napoleon' townslte Is said
to be about one-third.
Mike Lynch, of the Tacoma Tigers.
admits possession of 43 acres of apple
land near North Yakima, valued
around 11100 to tl!00 per acre when
the assessor Is not around. This would
put Mike well out of the dairy lunch
classification. Lou Nordyke, Revolu
tionary War veteran who might have
been with , George Washington when
he shied the historic dollar across the
Fotomac, Is another of the apple
barons. When Lou Isn't playln-r first
for Spokane he Is caring for about 12
acres of beautiful ranch land six miles
north of Wenatchee, Wash. His prop
erty la valued at $1800.
There undoubtedly are numberless
other Pacific Coasters who are up In
the tax dodging class but who expect
to continue their umpire baiting ex
istence until Father Time swings his
scimitar and plants them for keeps on
the spectral shelf.
Ths Pittsburg Pirates have disposed
of Pitcher Walter Nagle. last year
with Los Angeles, to the Boston Amer-
cans. St. Louis put In a draft for
Nagle last Fall along with Barney
Dreyfuas but in the toss Dreyfuss won.
One year ago today Nevada was
overcrowded with soothsayers and pill
artists who filled the press with lush.
delved deep from the lore of the As
syrian philosophers Bunkybunkyoubet
and Wouldn'thatmakeyoulaugh. We
refer to the dope of the war corre
spondents on the Jeffries-Johnson fis
tic engagement. Tou may recall ths
Hehere are a few names descriptive
of the Caucasian Hercules, alias Jamea
J. Jeffries, culled from the files: "The
shaggy monster with the bearded
chest, he caveman of the Rockies."
"The terrible belna; with the lion's
a-ifC "The primordial brute." Which
enlightens us upon the fact that, outside
of crab-meat oocktalls and laundry
bills nothing; really counts.
Tha weird rumor of Detroit and St.
Louis changing clubs, which would
mean the dropping of the Michigan
town this Fall, is not taken seriously
by the fans as a whole, but .the' fact
remains that Detroit Is the one big;
frost of the Ban Johnson circuit. Sev
eral American Association cities. In
fact, turn out better crowds when their
teams are down In the race than the
Jungletown fans do when Jennings'
squad Is leading the field.
Pittsburg and Baltimore are strong
after the eighth franchise and while
the St. Louie trade story seems rather
far-fetched now, there will likely be
some sort of a rearrangement before
next April rolls around.
The Portland-Seattle series hero this
week will ha bandied by Allen, the
newest addition to President Lindsay's
kaleidoscopic staff. Allen has umpired
tn tha California Winter League and in
soma cactus organisation In Arlsona.
That Comlskey. of the Chicago White
Sox. knew what he was abont last
Summer when he put through the fa
mous trade with John I. Taylor, of Bos
ton, whereby Lord and McConnell
changed the color of their hosiery
from red to white, and purteii and
Smith went to the Hub, is now plainly j
evident. Harry Lord, considered by
many the greatest thlrd-sacker tn the
business, is playing his usual dashing
game at the hot corner for the White
Sox and hlttina; arouna tne .jdu mra.
and McConnell. though at present In
jured, has done fine work this season.
On the otner nana, tran emun.
once a pitcher to be dreaded by any
team, has passed' entirely from the
American League, while Pnrtell. the
other half of the lemon the Red . Sox
were handed. Is warming the bench
and has not participated In three
games this year.
VERXOX" RELEASES S PLAYERS
Pitcher Wlllett, Catcher Shcchan
and Shortstop McKnno Oat.
LOS ANGELES. June 2. (Special.)
pitcher Roy Wlllett. Catcher Jerry
Sheehan and Shortstop Terry McKune
were unconditionally released today by
the Vernon term. Captain Hogan has
had these changes under advisement for
several weeks. Waivers were secured
on Wlllett from the managers of the
other league teama McKune was sim
ply dropped and Sheehan Is turned
bsck to the Boston Americans, to whom
Terry McKune Is the property of the
Seattle team of the Northwestern
League and cannot play any place ex
cept In the Coast League for another
yeast, gheehan was farmed out here on
an optional agreement and Boston will
not sell him. He wlU probably be
turned over to the Sacramento team,
which Is the regular Red Sox farming
Wlllett has been with Vernon several
years, but has not been showing up In
form this season.
To supply the place of Sheehan. Ho
xan la to recall Tom Hasty who baa
been playing with the Spoksne team In
. , - .k,...., f . a ir II . T4ftstV Will
join the Tigers In Portland July 11.
Detroit 6, Chicago S.
CHICAGO. June 26. Detroit came from
behind .and bunched enough hits off
Toung In the seventh, with the assist
ance of TannehlU's error and a hit off
Lange. to win. Callahan's home run
with a man on base was the feature.
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Chicago 3 ljDetroIt .C 12 0
Batteries Toung. Lange. Olrostead and
Sullivan, Block; Summers and Stahage.
New Tork 3, Washington 1.
NEW TORK. June 24. Wastilngton was
helpless before Fisher )oday, making
only two hits. New Tork hit Groom at
opportune momenta. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
n'ash'gton .1 2 2 7ew Tork....2 10 2
Batteries Groom and Henry; Fisher
Cincinnati 6,- Pittsburg 3.
PITTSBURG, June 28. Cincinnati de
feated Pittsburg In a 10 Inning; game
today. Pittsburg tied the score In the
sixth, but failed to win. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Pittsburg ..S 8 3ClnclnnatI. . 6 10 0
Batteries Adams, Steele and Gibson,
Simon: Smith, McQuillan and McLean.
Umpires Eason and Johnstone,
EX-CADDIE IS CHAMPION
J. J. M'DERMOTT, AGED 21, IS
WIXXER AT GOLF.
Atlantic City Player Is First Natlve
Born to Capture This High
Honor on Links.
CHICAGO, Juno 26.-J. McDermott,
21 years old. of Atlantic City. N. J., who
began his golf career In Philadelphia
as a caddie, won the triangular play
off In the tie for the 17th open golf
championship of the Lnited States at
the Chicago Golf Club today, with a
card of 80 for 18 holes.
McDermott Is the first American-born
playor to win tlio championship. M. J.
Brady, of Boston, was runner-up,
finishing with a card of 22, while
George A. Simpson, of Wheaton, 111.,
ex-amateur champion of Scotland, was
third, with an 85.
Four hundred enthusiasts followed
the players around the course, expect
ing to see stellar golf, but the playing
proved disappointing. Each player
seemed off his game In some respect,
but McDermott was the steadiest 'of
the three, although his putting was
poor. He usually was on the green a
stroke ahead of his opponents, but
failed to run down short puts, allow
ing his rivals to even the score.
In the early stagos of the match
Simpson was badly off form. He picked
up, however, on the last nine holes.
McDermott's work on the 10th, 11th
and 12th holes taking IS strokes for
these against 13 for Brady and Simp
son. Neither McDermott nor Brady played
close to par, McDermott's total being
only five strokes under bogey, "fol
lowing sre the cards: '
J. J. McDermott Out. 6. 4, 6, 4. 4. 6.
4, 4. 839; in, 4, 6, 5, 6. 4, 4, 4. 4. 4 41;
M. J. Brady Out., 6, 5, 4. 6, 6. 6, 4,
4 (3; In, 4, 4, 6, 4, 4, S. 8, 4, 6 39;
G. A. Simpson Out, 5. 5, 8, E. E, 8, 4.
4, 4 14; In, 6, 4, 4 S, 4. 8, 6, 4. 4 41;
Fandom at Random
,UCKT" HOUIE9, ex - Western
U League manager, has been let
out by Mobile In the Southern League.
Holmes misjudged the strength of the
Southern circuit and the players he took
with him from the No nth were out
classed. Holmes tried to buy the Spo
kane club last Fall, offering 215.000. but
"Ducky's" mlxup at Mobile recalls
some of his other famous scraps. He
once Invaded the grandstand at Sioux
City to whip a rooter; on another occa
sion he la aaid to have thrown a ball
player off a moving train.
Frank Isbell. who moved his 'vt'lchlta
team In the Western League to Pueblo,
la well pleased with his headwork. ac
cording to word received by Petti grew,
Portland's Northwestern club outfielder,
who was with Wichita up to the change.
.r T . ... Me OrtttAN aunt In m
.11 Ih, in H ' i . riiui J i v. . ....... . - ...
I ii i : (1 I! i .ici ,u in. ........ ..... J
with the score 23 to 8 against the Bos
tons, lie rauea to secure mt negctttij
t.1 nam I tfiVaneeta
S illg J LH. i " a IV"' - - - "
a - .. ... , i i . t . ii .nl Tbe ev-Ran Francisco
fence buster, now with the Chicago White
. . . . I - Il .4.. t'K .,
Sox, nas Deen nonorco oy - '-"i
smokehouse, which named a new brand
of cigars after him.
TV . wmrr I f 11 tl IT the TOUndS tlOST
tK ctnoinnatl wanted Johnny Kling as
a successor to Clark Griffith.
. . . V. . U wav tA
"XiQ. Uy xoung says ' '
, . . . . u.ii I. hnlil Vi- hall H,ht
pii.cn guuu ua. . w "- - " "
and then put about 200 pounds of steam
benma it- loungstna www u w
big brush would do well to follow that
.- w T-Mvw Av.TCorth western League
nmvu i j i -
. . ta.i.', Tilni-, In tha
umpire wno kao . .
National League, stated in an interview
in Spokane the other day that the Union
Association, in wnicu u- ii .......
ing an indicator, waa not a Fourth of
July affair. "It will stick the year out
easily." says Frary. "Salt Lake is as
good a ball town now as any city In the
Northwestern circuit. Butte is not
drawing well, as the town seems to be
in hard straits."
Pueblo Fighter Leaves Camp.
KANSAS CITT. June 28- Jim Flynn.
the Pueblo flraman whose proposed
fight with Carl Morris waa called off
after Governor Cruce. of Oklahoma,
decided that the contest could not take
place In that state, abandoned his
training ramp here today. He will
leave for Pueblo tonight. Flynn said
he would resume training when a new
date and place for the bout were se
lected. Kansas City Manager Suspended.
CHICAGO. Jone 26. The Indefinite
suspension of Manager Shay, of the
Kansas City Club of the American Asso
ciation, was announced today by Presi
dent Chlvlngton on a result of a fight
between Shay and Umpire Hayes at
Columbus, O yesterday. The Kansas
City manager is alleged to have been
Warm Showers at The Dalles. I
THE DALLES. Or.. June IS. Special.)
A warm rain hat fallen in this region
nearly all day, the precipitation being
.27. The rain la general In this part of
the county. There have been several
showers the. last week, but not enough,
i v.. '.it.n a hAln the rrnna until
. n s..nn. M oil v-inHs were in need
of moisture. This morning the rivr
stood at 32.4.
Langford to Fight Thursday,
NEW TORK, June 28. Sam Langrford.
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Standard and Tourist Sleeping-cars, Dining-cars those GREAT, BIG BAKED POTATOES
6erved and tho best of other food. Observation-Library-Buffet-cars, entirely devoted to the en
tertainment of passengers, and with barber, bath and clothes-pressing service, and the latest books
ALL ELECTRIC LIGHTED.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Via Bilfinga and Chicago, Burlington & Qnincy Railway.
VERY LOW EXCURSION FARES TO THE EAST on sale for numerous dates to September
7, tickets first-class, with liberal time limits and stopover privileges.
Let us tell you more about our train service and quote you fares and arrange your trip.
A. D. CHARLTON, Assistant General Passenger Agent, 255 Morrison st., corner 3rd st., Portland.
Tull & Gibbs, Inc.
This Is the
Saturday, at 9:30 P. M., Will Mark the
Close of This Most JVlemorable Bar
gain -Giving Event and Our Retire
nient From Business in Portland.
We Will Positively Vacate Our
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Most Remarkable Are the
The Greatest Opportunities Ever Pre
sented to the People of Portland or
To Share in the Wonderful Econo
mies You Should Take Advantage at
Goods Being Sold for Cash Only. No
Exchanges or Cancellations. Pur
chases Will Not Be Held for Future
Store Fixtures, Machinery, Delivery
Wagons, Etc, Now Offered for Sale
Tull & Gibbs, Inc.
Morrison at Seventh
the Boston pugilist, will light in New
Tork again this week. He is scheduled
to meet Jack Fitzgerald, a Philadelphia
boxer, at the National Sporting Club
Expoatto to Fight Neely.
Kid ETposlto. well-known lightweight,
at 8 o'Clock
has signed to box Jim Neoly, of San
Francisco, at the Bohemian Club on
June 30. Exposito is training with Joe
Vesely at tho club quarters, located
three blocks north of the Crematorium
on the Sellwood line.
Harris Trunk Co. TRemoval sale now on.
Omaha, St Joe,
and the Southeast
P. C- 19-09
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