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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, MARCH 20, 1910.
RUNNERS OUT DAILY
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TEARS UP SPOKANE
COULON MAY BE SIGNED
FOR FIGHT IN PORTL AND
Negotiations Are Under Way for Ten-Eoiind Go Between Champion Bantam
and .Some Fast Pacific Coast Man. '
Prep Boys Work Hard to Make
Question of Terminal Rates
Discussed to "Insincere
Write me today.
JUDGING SYSTEM OPPOSED
Method Adopted for Choosing Win
ners In Big Meet April 9 Is Xot
Satisfactory and Board Will
Probably .Make Change.
SPECIAL ELECTION LIKELY
Railroads Knocking; at City's Gates
Offer to Bear Expense Factions
Flood City With Circulars and
Subject Absorbs All.
SPOKANE. Wash., March 19. Spe
cial.) Spokane's demand for terminal
rates and the common user clause, in
return for granting franchises to the
North Coast and Milwaukee railroads,
baa kicked up a row such as this city
has never before witnessed, and the
bitter fight this afternoon reached the
"insincere allegation" stage.
Friends of the railways have estab
lished headquarters, with E. F. Wag
goner In charge, mailed postcards and
literature to every voter in town, and
asked his signature to a petition ask
ing the Council to reconsider its stand
The virtues of this faction are es
poused by the Inland Herald,, a recent
ly established evening paper, which this
afternoon devotes it, columns to a dis
cussion of the rate question.
Hundreds of communications are be
ing daily addressed to the four Spokane
newspapers, and it was announced this
afternoon that the two railways seek
ing entrance to Spokane have agreed
to bear the expenses of a special elec
tion to decide on the franchises. The
Council has stated that it will stand by
the action of the people.
Meanwhile a large number of voters.
Including men of large business enter
prises, professional men and union
labor leaders, continue to pat the Coun
cil pn the back, insisting that the ter
minal rate and common-user clauses
must be inserted In the franchises of
the new roads.
COLLEGE SOCIETY IS, HOST
Gamma Sigma of " oFrcst Grove
Serves 17tli Annual Banquet.
FOREST GROVE, Or., March 19.
(Special.) Gamma Sigma Society, one.
of the college men's literary societies,
held its 17th annual banquet at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, last night.
The banquet room was decorated taste
fully. J. Franklin Koch, president of the
Bociety, was the toastmaster. The fol
lowing toasts were responded to: "Our
Athletes." Archie Hahn; "The Sled."
Harold Benjamin: recitation, Clifford
Rogers; "St. Patrick," Professor Henry
F. Price; "The Gammas," TV. H. Hau
pert. Portland; "Our Friends," Horace
I... McCoy, Portland. Miss Goldie Peter
Bon sang two solos, and P. Burton Ar
rant presided at the piano.
Those present were: Misses Lance
field, E. Chalmers, Rasmusen, Mills,
Hoffman, Orr, Weathered, Isabelle
Johnson, Wilson, Wiest, Templeton,
Esther Chalmers, Avery, Mesdames
Archie Hahn, Helen Allworth, G.
Thomas, Butterworth, Wilcox, Hollin
ger, Belknap, Peterson, C. Johnson,
Englishand Merrill. Messrs. Koch.
Price, Arrant. McCoy, Weathered,
Lancefield. R. Mills. Wiest. Rogers.
Archie Hahn, Burlingham. Reeher,
Hemple. Leabo. Jensen, A. Mills, Aus
tin, Osborne Goodrich and Thomas.
MRS. A. G. DAY INJURED
Leader In Paper Chase Badly Hurt
When Horse Slips.
Mrs. A. G. Day, wife of the proprietor
of the Jewel restaurant, was thrown from
her horse and badly hurt in the Hunt
Club paper chaai yesterday afternoon on
the Cornell road. It is not thought that
her Injuries are dangerous.
The chase was nearing the finish on a
rather steep incline seven miles out on
the Cornell road, and Mrs. Day was in
the lead and would have won the chase
If the accident had not occurred. Run
ning at a rapid rate, her horse slipped
on a round rock and plunged headlong,
throwirg Its rider sex-eral feet, causing
Mrs. Day to strike against a projecting
rock. Her head was cut badly and her
collarbone wag broken. She was taken, to
the Good Samaritan Hospital, uncon-i
scious, and operated upon. laat night
che was reported as not being in a criti
cal condition. No internal injuries were
There were about 20 riders in the chase.
The hares were Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cro
nin. Miss Mable Lawrence won. first
place, with Sidney Loewenberg a close
econd. The chase started at the inter
section of Lovejoy street and Cornell
SEATTLE PORK UP AGAIN
Fifth Rise "Within Month Announced
SEATTLE, Wash.. March 19. For the
third time since March 7 and the fifth
since February a. local packers today
announced an advance In the price of
all pork products. The advance be
comes effective Monday and covers every
Item on the list.
The latest increase amounts to a half
cent on hams, a full cent on bacon, half
cent on boiled hams and dry salt cured
meats. 50 cents a. barrel on barreled beef
and pork, 25 cents per barrel on cooked
and spiced goods. Si per barrel on beef
tongues and a quarter on lard.
The price of bacon is now 3 cents above
that quoted on February 21. Hams are
2 1-2 cents higher and lard is 1 1-2 cents
Albnay High to Challenge Winner.
ALBANY, Or..' March 19. (Special.)
The Albany High School basketball
team, which has defeated practically
all the high school teams of Western
Oregon, wants an opportunity to play
for the Northwest championship. The
teams of Silverton, Qr., and Payette,
Idaho, have arranged to play a game
in Portland for the championship, and
Captain Park Stalnaker, of the Albany
team, stated today that Albany will
challenge the winner.
3Iedford Buys Still More Autos.
MED FORD, Or.. March 19. (SpeciaL)
A shipment of automobiles was received
here today by one of the leading garages.
More cars have been sold this year than
during any preceding year. The four
garages each report from 11 to 20 sales.
' The total number of machines now in
, Medford is 306. This keeps Medford'a
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joiiwr coclo., champion bantamweight.
J3HXXY COULON, the world's cham
pion bantamweight fighter, proba
bly will appear in a ten
round go in Portland during the
next two months. Xxcal promoters
have been carrying on negotiations .with
E. E Coulon, Johnny's father and man
ager, for several weeks., and it is an
nounced that arrangements practically
have been completed for a match -here
between Coulon and one of about six
The reason Coulon has never boxed
more than one go on the Coast is that
he abfolutely refuses to meet any one
who will not come down to 115 pounds.
Monte Attell, Frankie Conley and Danny
Webster are so-called bantams, but in
reality are featherweights who cannot
credit up as having more automobiles
than any other city in the world accord
ing to its size. The ratio is one machine
for every SO people. .
STATE MAY HELP ROADS
Siinrrinr Court fnliolfls Washington
Law for Highways.
OLTMPIA, Wash., March 19. (Spe
cial.) The State Supreme Court today
sustained the constitutionality of the
1907 state-aid road law. This law pro
vides for joint contributions of county
and state funds, to be expended under
direction of the State Highway Board
In construction of public highway.
The law was attacked on the con
tention that it interfered with the con
stitutional provisions respecting local
government and that none but County
Commissioners could expend county
money. A majority of the ourt sus
tained the law, but Judge Chadwick
said it was clearly unconstitutional and
WHITMAN OUTLOOK BRIGHT
Crain Company Manager Reports
Soil In line' Condition.
COLFAX. Wash., March 19. (Special.)
Weather and soil conditions were never
better for growing grain and grass In
Whitman County, declares Selmoyr Man
ning, county manager tof the Northwest
ern Grain Company, and 'owner of sev
Mr. Manning returned today from
Western Whitman County. He says
grass conditions are a month In advance
of last season and that wheat never
looked better at this time of year.
Rain today was general over Whit
man County. At present In many locali
ties the ground is too wet for plowing.
Ilebate Hastens Taxpayers.
McMIXXVILLE. Or., March 19. (Spe
cial.) Of the $299,640 in taxes due the
cunty on the 1909 assessment roll, fully
two-thirds was paid during the period
a three per cent rebate was allowed.
The Sheriff pronounces this a record
breaking in taxpaying.' In former
years only half the taxes was collected
prior to the expiration date. t
Jackson County Pays Its Taxes.
MBDFORD, Or. .March 19. (Special.)
The total amount of taxes levied in Jack
son County, for 1910 is J394.000, of which
$220,000 was paid in before March 15,
when the 3 per cent rebate was cut off.
aiiot-if jnnaa aava that hv Aoril 4. when
taxes are delinquent, at least $300,000 will
have been collected. It is expected that
delinquent taxes this year will be less
Illness Postpones Albany Game.
ALBANY, Or., March 19. (Special.)-.
Because of illness of some of the players
of the basketball team of Columbia Uni
versity, the game to have been played
In this city last night between the Port
land champions and the Albany High
School team was called off.
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make less than 122 pounds without weak
ening themselves. They have always
fought as bantamweights, but have never
come anywhere near the weight limit.
Among 115-pounders whom Coulon has
met in the East are McGovern, Phil
Moore and Jim Kenrick, the English
champion bantam. Johnny has never lost
a boutalthough he might, had he fought
a heavy man like Conley.
There are a number of clever bantams
on the Coast who would be glad to meet
the champion Easterner, and who could
be depended upon to give Johnny a run
for his money for ten rounds. Jockey
Bennet is one who may be secured for
the match. Others being considered are
Johnny Regan, Jimmy Carroll. ' Harry
Cell. Tommy "Williams, Toung Cleveland
(colored) and Jimmy Austin.
60 GRAFTERS EXPOSED
ex-councilmax kleix tells
I'll 11; f.ll uit VOIES.
Exposure In Pittsburg Reaches Con
fession Stage and Grafters
Hasten to Talk.
PITTSBURG, Pa., March 19. (Spe
cial.) The complete confession from
ex-Councilman J. F. Klein, implicating
as grafters 60 men who were members
of Pittsburg Councils during at least
part of the time that Klein served in
the City Councils, is said to be a cause
for recalling the grand jury, which was
to have been dismissed today, for an
extraordinary session on Monday.
The dragnet is out tonight for these
special Councilmen, according to re
port. The notice to the grand jury
members was given shortly after noon
During this morning four other con
fessions besides that from Klein are
said to have been obtained by the Dis
trict Attorney. Klein, according to a
well-authenticate dreport, made his
confession to Detective Robert Wilson,
of Scranton, in the Fort FUt Hotel
shortly before noon.
Klein is said to bare given Wilson
memoranda containing the names of 60
present or former members of Councils,
together with the amounts of "graft"
money given to them. Some' of the
Councilmen, It is asserted, sold them
selves for as little as $10.S3, if the fig
ures of the memoranda are correct.
Klein has been kept a virtual prisoner
In the Fort Pitt Hotel all day. With
him were County Detectives Jere Lutz
Besides the four confessions secured
today, two more men have promised to
"make a clean breast of it all.
The 60 Councilmen are being callled
before the District Attorney as fast as
they can be found. It Is asserted.
BLAME PUT ON COUNCIL
Umatilla Cities Pail to Enforce
Laws, Says Grand Jury.
PENDLETON, Or.. March 19. (Special.)
That the City and Town Councils of
Umatilla County have not given the po
lice officers sufficient support is the critl
cism contained in the final report of the
grand jury, made public today. The re
port declares that it is the duty of the
city to see to the enforcement of laws
pertaining to the conduct of minors, and
alleges that it Is because of lack of sup
port on the part of councils thaf the
police have been unable to handle these
The report Insists that this grand jury
as well as previous ones, have been
called upon to settle municipal problems
which should have been settled by the
municipalities themselves. The question
of Sunday closing of certain places of
business is also included in the list.
Taking advantage of the fine weather
of the past two weeks, the cross-country
squads of the various Portland prep
schools have been working diligently in
the effort to get their muscles hardened
and in shape for the big interscholastic
cross-country run on April 9.
This will be the first event of the kind
ever held by Portland schools. It is at
tracting great interest among the athletically-Inclined
youths, and the compe
tition for the various teams is keen.
The schools entering will be W'ashington
High, Lincoln High, Columbia Univer
sity. Allen Preparatory, Jefferson High
and Portland Academy. Each Institution
will enter five men.
The course over which the race is to
be run is about two miles long, and ex
tends from the intersection of East
Fifty-second street and Sandy road to
the old Portland. F"leld at East Thirteenth j
and East Davis streets. The distance
is short for a cross-country run, but in
some respects It will be better than a
longer course, as the boys will not be so
apt to over-exert themselves.
Scoring System Unsatisfactory.
The debate as to what method should
be used in scoring the winners of the
run is still on among the members of
the athletic committee and the man
agers of athletics at the schools. The
system adopted by the athletic board
about a month ago Is regarded by some
as very unsatisfactory, and the aglta
tion probably will result in a change
when the board meets this 'week.
The scoring plan voted on by the ath
letic board was to count the first six
men finishing the race, awarding 25 points
In all 9 points to the first man in, and
points to the remaining five in the order
of 6, 4. 3, 2 and 1. ' With 30 entries this
plan practically would give the meet to
the school furnishing the. best runner,
and It would also allow ties by several
combinations, while there would be no
incentive for more than a third of the
men entered to complete the race.
The plan which probably will be
adopted is that used in practically all of
the collegiate and scholastic runs in the
East. It gives one point to the runner
finishing first, two to the second man in,
and so on, the last man receiving 30
point.- The school getting the least
number of points would take the meet.
Professor W. A. Fenstermacher, of
Washington High School, yesterday said:
"I certainly favor the reverse method of
scoring. The present plan would give
too many points to one man and the
merits of the team as a whole would
not be shown. This is a case in which
team work should count as in football."
Professors Thorne and Kletzer of Port
land Academy are distinctly in favor of
the reverse method and athletic mem
bers of the other schools interested think
more favorably of the change since they
have considered it carefully. A cup prob
ably will be given to the school winning
the meet. '
Academy, Picks Its Team.
The I Portland Academy cross-country
team was decided upon yesterday with
the completion of the last of a series
of five interclass runs. Those picked for
the academy team, in the order of their
standing, are Edwards, Korrell. Jng,
Livingston and Sanford. The winners of
the race yesterday. In the order of the
finish, were: Ixsng. Edwards. Korrell
and Barbour. The academy team will go
to Forest Grove May 7, and may also
go to the Stanford meet.
The Washington High School squad will
have its try-ut a week from next Fri
day, when medals will be offered the
winners. A squad or. aDout canaraaiea
has run over the cross-country course
several times and is out training every
night. Among the strongest men are
Windnagle, Nelson. George and Miller.
Professor Galloway is coaching the squad,
and Munley is manager.
Columbia has a strong squad out every
day and a team of five will be picked next
week. Among those snowing up well are
Wade. Cowan. Flanagan and Brost. .
Coach Gray at Jefferson High School is
developing a strong -bunch of distance
men and has the following candidates
out every night: Johnson, Cook, Fitz
gerald. Creignton, Geiger. Rasmussen.
Tammetlain.. Schowerln, Wettland. O'Neal
Cornwall. McMurray and Lawrence. The
team will be picked next week.
Lincoln High School has the largest
number of candidates in the league. The
team will not toe picked until March 26.
Hahn and Beach are thought to be about
the strongest men In the bunch.
AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL SAFE
Consul at Hobart Commends Game
" to American Players.
WASHINGTON, March J 9. Football
.. ia -.tavA in AiifltmliR is not dan
gerous, is of great athletic benefit, and
sn nMnnt 1a a rare occurrence, says
Consul Baker at Hobart.' In an account
tf a game which he sends to tne uu
The Australian game, d.vlal to get
rid of accidents, the consul says, re
quires a field oval In shape and at least
180 yards from one goal post to the
other. The players at the start are
ranged along the edges of the field
down to the center.
As the science of the game Is to keep
I didn't. dia.
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the combined method of play open, the
game never closes up, ana tne teams
never meet in personal strugreTle. It is
not allowable to trip a man, put arms
-i Vila nou- np otherwise endan
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Good' Scores Made at Bowling.
The Multnomah Club won an excit
ing; bowling match last Wednesday
night on the Multnomah alleys with
an average of 181 to 173 for the Cath
olics. McCabe, of Multnoman, maae
the highest score of the evening, when
he bowled 230 in the second inning.
The highest average was 650, secured
by Arens of the C. Y. M. C. The scores
were as follows:
C. Y. M. c.
1 2 3 Total. Av.
MorltK .- 1ST 157 14
Shannon 169 12 174 f.05 16S
Pembroke 11 H 1S " 1
Wascher J47 1! 21 490 13
Xrens ..'.:..::. .....192 244 214 650 216
Xotals 836 8'49 906 2591 173
12 3 Total. Av.
J. Dyffy 1"! 136 1S6- 493 164
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Vewstad Hi ik zui :- im
McCabe 152 230 1S6 568 1S9
Menslnger 184 211 19S 593 197
Totals 859 928 935 2722 187
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of the country the sentiment In tayor of
schoolboy ' rifle practice is gaining
ground. It is difficult to make headway
under the discouraging conditions pre
sented, as the United States Government
can do comparatively little in this direc
tion, but it is hoped this state of affairs
can be remedied. Much good work is
being done by the Harvard School of this
city, under the direction of Irvln Hague.
Mr. Hague recently communicated with
72 rifle clubs asking for matches and has
arranged an attractive programme. As
a result he has a rifle club with 150 mem
bers and a waiting list and much enthus
iasm on the part of the boys. The school
has recently been put on the list of Gov
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number of Krags. some .22 gallery New
Springfields and has ordered some New
Springf ields for outdoor work. t
Langford and Barry Sign Vp.
LOS ANGELES. March IS. Three
weeks from today Sam Langford will
enter the ring again. Promoter Mc
Carey announced today that he had
signed the black demon and Jim Barry
for 25 rounds at Vernon', April 9. It
was Barry who insisted on a long route,
despite the recent experience of Jim
Klynn. Langford has beaten Barry sev
eral times, but the white man, having
advantage of height, reach and weight,
as Plynn also had. believes that he can
overcome the negro's superior general
ship in a battle of more than 10 rounds.
Langford will rest a week and then
return to his training camp at Ar
cadia. In the meantime Barry will fight
Burns In San Francisco March 29.
American Wins lloeurft Trlze.
NEW YORK, March 19. Dr. Edward
San Giovanni, a teacher In a Brooklyn
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high Bchool, has received a dispatch
from Holland informing him that the
Royal Academy of Science of Amster
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Latin poetry. His poem was a love
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of Europe, America and Australasia as
competitors. Dr. San Giovanni is the
first American to be recognized.
Association to Control Athletics.
ALBANY, Or.. March 19. Special.)
An athletic association has been organ
ized at the Albany High School to have
direct control of athletic events. Here
tofore athletics have been under the di
rection of the student body, which will
have only Indirect supervision In the
future. The officers of the new associa
tion are George Dooley, president; Park
Stalnaker. vice-president; Corwin Ebert
lng, secretary; Olin Douglas, treasurer.
Bennett lias Arrived.
Jocky Bennett, one of the cleverest
bantamweight fighters on the Coast,
who will box before the Oregon Ath
letic Club at the Exposition Building
next week, arrived in Portland yester
day and will begin training tomorrow
at Tracy's gymnasium. His opponent
will be announced later. A
Mike Donlin Refuses to Play Ball.
BOSTON. March 19. Mike Donlin will
not play baseball with the New York
Nationals or with any other team the
coming season. President Brush quer
ied by telegraph: "Will you play hall,
finally, or not?" Donlin answered from
Boston by wire: "1 will not."
F other remedies and doctors have
failed in your case, do not give np
hope let Dr. Wan have an oppor
tunity to prove that his remedies
will cure where all others fail. If
you are weak and run down, if you
feel the need of effective remedies to
build you up, if you need medical at
tention for any disease whatsoever,
fill out the coupon below at once and
send it to Dr. Wan. By return mail
you will receive a proof treatment of
these wonderful Chinese "Nature
Remedies" in a plain wrapper post
age paid, absolutely free. This is
your opportunity to get well. Don't
not put this off until tomor
row. Tomorrow never comes.
This is the opportunity you
have been waiting for. Do not pass it
by now that it has come your way.
Get your pencil now and fill in the
it to Dr. Wan. Mark this day an
just so sure as you send in the cou
Dostatre naid. a free treatment lor my caee. Tt is El
cent and that It does not obligate me in aoy way. f
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