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TUB OEEG OX 'DAILY JOURNALr PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING, JAN IJATIY 1. 100 1.
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The ' magnates of the Pacific Coast
league assemble in conclave tomorrow
at their regular annual meeting, r Sev
eral Important questions come up for
action before the league, and the do
' elsion upon these are eagerly awaited
upon by tha-ibaseball fans on the Coast.
" The most- important .question 'to be
brought to an issue is "Shall the Pacific
Coast league Join hands -with the Na
tional association, and " affiliate with
that body in the future?" v The"propo
sltlon has its drawbacks as well as ad
vantages, for to go- in means, the loss
of the old-time Independence of ' this
league in the matter of securing play
ers. If they affiliate with the associa
tion in any manner except as a major
league they'will be at the mercy of the
J Eastern organisations who are In power,
and this league will only be able to
secure sucn players as are nui
by Eastern teams. ' Henry Harris la a
man who cannot be fooled Into going
f Into deals where he Is to become a
loser, and therefore Mr. James A, Hart,
the peace envoy, will have to concede
some guarantee whereby ihla league Is
not to be handicapped in the matter of
securing flrstclass talent from the East.
So far President Swigerfs proposal to
demand admission as a major league Is
VilO VlilJ VIIW xuafc pbcuii out , v.
player-obtaining question. '" Just how the
. idea will , be received by the-meeting
and the association delegates remains to
be seen. One great factor on the side
of aflliiatfon is that it would effectually
settle the war in Seattle, for one of the
- demands of the . Coast league Is that
they have undisputed right to "the ter
ritory of Portland and Seattle, and now
that Fisher is to occupy Tacoma that
city will be Included In the demand.
';' J'" "V Managers After Flajrera. '-yk'
Each manager is busily engaged In
the pursuit of ball tossers with -which
'to strengthen his team for the coming
- pennant race. Managers Morley and
Fisher will hate practically the same
teams in the field as last year. So far
Morley has the following men under con
tract; Dillon, Wheeler, Hall. Newton,
Gray, Ross, Cravath, Spies, Jud Smith,
Eagan, Raymond, Baum. and Hoy. 1 Dil
lon, It is said, has gone back on his
contract with Morley and will go to
Brooklyn - neat season." Just 'who the
Loo-Loo magnate wljl get to take the
popular captain's place is not known yet,
but It will have to be a good man. Mike
- Fisher is negotiating with several flrst
class twlrlers and the rest of his team
will be about as laet year, with Town
send, first base; Charlie Graham, catcher
and captain; Casey, secofld; Eagan, short-
. stop; Sheehan, third; Hildebrand, Doyle
and McLaughlin, outfielders, and Fits
gerald, Thomas and Keefe, pitchers, and
"Happy" Hogan, utility nun. " ,
With that combination and a couple
of good, seasoned pitchers. Fisher will
have a flrst-dlvlsloi team in Tacoma,
Parke Wilson has secured several of
' his last season's team and is casting
, - about for more good men. .He will lose
Lumley, but expects to land a man who
will make the Beattje fans forget jail
about last season's stars. ' " j
Managers Lohman of Oakland and
.Harris of San Francisco are not talk-
-, lug much but they can be trusted to
get the best that can--be secured. Loh
man is trying to secure several of bis
1901 champions for next season. They
. are: Dunleavy. ' Schmidt, McCreedle.
Strelb and Mohler. . So far Francks and
' Devercaux are the only, men Pete , is
known to have" signed. Charlie. Irwin
- is the inly man known to have signed
'with Harris. , , v v .
11 AWlM Vt SnfM.
' , As for .Portland, Manager Ely has
seven men under contract -tor 1904. Man
ager Ely states emphatically that he
; never made any statement to the effect
that he did not want Van Buren for
next season, and that he Is sorry to Jose
,thls popular player, and wishes to see
him advance himself, and further states
he Is confident that Van will make good.
V Dug. Baa Hew Park. ; ' .
From Seattle comes the report 'that
. Dugdale has leased a plot' of ground in
. the newly-fllled-ln . tide land district,
' within four blocks of the business dis
trict 'of the city.' If such is the case
His Rotund Majesty Dugdale will con
tinue to cut quite a figure In baseball
in the sound city. Incidentally, if "Dug"
a avvwuif iiiiu v tvs, wo
getting buck at, the streetcar companies
..who froze him out of nls former park.
A pretty sly old fox Is Dugdale, and
1 Cohen et al. may be let a pretty chase
yet in downing him. ' ' -
SPOBTSMEH TO MEET. '
The Ofegon Game and Fish associa
tion will hold its annual meeting tomor
row, Saturday, evening in the rooms of
. the Oregon Mining Stock exchange at
7:30 p. m. .President Teal ,of the asso
ciation In calling the meeting extends
an invitation - to all,.' , sportsmen,
whether members of the association or
- not, to be present. Immediately after
the election of officers a smoker is to be
1 given, : A program of Interest : to
' sportsmen in general will be rendered.
A - Eastern and California - races by di
rect wires. We accept commissions by
phone" on above races from respon
sible parties. We slno receive commis
sions for all leading' sport lug events In
anv part of the world, at Portland Club,
130 Fifth etreet.
TEAMS LIIIE IIP
FOR THE FRAY
BE W YEAR'S GAME IS BEXBO HOTLY
CONTESTED BY THE CX.T7BMBB OP
' THIS CITY ABB TBB : V1SITOBS
FBOM OAKXABD LARGE CROWD
FBESEBT. , .
. The football . eleven of the Reliance
Atbletio club of Oakland. Cal., arrived
in : this city last evening. The repre
sentatives of th Golden State-are as
husky a '"bunch" i of young manhood
as has ever visited this city for the
purpose of lowering" the local clubmen'
colors in the dust, or perhaps, it Is more
appropriate to say, mud. Multnomah's
final practice went off In finished style
and the clubmen are ready to put up
the battle of their live this afternoon,
to preserve their undefeated record at
home, - The visitors have one of the
strongest lineups of any organization
visiting Portland In years. Heltmuller,
the crack guard, has been changed to
fullback, and will give the spectators an
exhibition of his splendid kicking abil
ity In : this . afternoon's oonteet. Left
Tackle Maryn la ; anotner brilliant
player who will- be much In evldenea
this afternoon, but In Martin Pratt, who
plays opposite him., he will hAve bis
bands full during the game. -
Bishop and Kerrigan, who wilt alter
nate in one of the end positions for
the club men. are both, fast men and
sure on. a tackle. . Johnson and Blanch
ard, who alternate at the other end po
sition," are' also fast ' and sure players.
The visitors end men - are Bacon and
Leavltt, both of whom are well . drilled
and experienced players,-j y''-y ,1'
. In Cavanaugh at center, Messrs. Kellar
and Grieve have a man of great strength
and experience to vope with. : 4 ,
In the back field Multnomah is almost
as strong as the visitors. Corbett and
McMillan or. Valentine .will prove the
equals of Goshen anr Graves, while
Heltmuller only excels Dolph In punt
ing, and not much at that, considering
the local man's lack of practice.
Coach ' Smith . expresses the ' utmost
confidence in the ability of his men to
defeat the club men. As they line up
Reliance-' - Position. Multnomah.
Bacon. , . , .. '. , ... L. E. R. ....... , Bishop,
1 - .Kerrigan
Martin .....L. T. R.I.., Pratt
Galley, ..... . . . ,L. O. R.. ,- .Van Voorhles
Cavanaugh (C.) . . .C. . ... .Grieve, Kellar
Smock,. ........ R. G. L.,.. ...... . .Ross
Hamilton. ....,R. T. L..........Klrkley
Levitt..... R. E. L.... ...... Jordan
- ' : Blanchard
Hole!.. Q.. ... .Murphy. Stott
Goshen L. H. R....'. Corbett
Graves . . ., R. H. L. ....... McMillan
Heltmuller. F. ............ . Dolph
' HUBT CXUB MEBT.
The Portland Hunt club started on' Its
New Tear's, day run this morning at
10:30. The start was made under ex
cellent conditions, good-natured rallery
being In evidence among the riders. The
entries were as follows:
Rider. , ' ' Horse.
President F. O. Downing. . , i i . . .Felix
E. M. Lazarus, . . . ; ... . . . .Bob Crawford
Robertson .............Nellie Hamilton
Judge A. H. Tanner. ............Banner
J. T. Dillon ........................ Pat
Walter McCommen. ....... . . . .Ironbeam
F, W. Leadbetter ........... Rockef el ler
John Lawrence. Sunset
Dr. J. N, Coghlan .Blllie
J. C. Muehe.,.. Florodoro
E. T. Chase......,..,,. ..Swiftest
R. H. Jenkins.... ...... , .Oleta
T. T. Strain.....; ...i.,,.. .Bullet
E. R. Eldrldge... ............... , . .Bob
Henry Metsger.. Cricket
Dr. Emmet Brown 1 ........ , t , .... Pedro
1 n '. 1 1' a, 1 1 1 1 f '
MBIXX-rBABX TS. UPMAB-WOLTE.
The-football elevens representing the
department stores of the Meier-Frank
and Lipman-Wolfe companies are sched
uled to play a game , of football today
at National park. East Eighth and Haw-'
thorne. The teams line up as follows: v.
M. & F- Co. 1, Position. . L., W. & Co.
Munch, Spooner.,L.,E. R.... v... Lightly
Schad, McPherson L. T. R. ....... .Austin
Heaman ..... .L. O. R, . . ..... .Spence
Pa rson ........... C. ........ . . McCa rl
Sparks , . , ... ... i R. G. L. ..... . Plnkham
Fearey, ,Loveland..R. T. L .Adams
Vandeleur, -Duvall R. E. L....... Perkins
Kaiser ,,.. .Q..... ,.8traln
Corbett" ......... L. H. R . . ; Applegate
Stansbury .......R. H. L. i.Weatherdoh
Crosby F, .Scherfeti
, SCOTCH OHAMBIOB TO COME.
Philadelphia, Jan. 1. John McDonald,
champion boxer of Scotland,, wants to
come t the f United States and mix it
with the big bunch. We have had "Irish
champions, "English" champions, and
last of all one from the Netherlands,
but the Scot is a new one. He might
come over and take his medicine" and
have a good time, for the American
champlbns are always willing to show
a fellow around,,- This may be another;
"Yankee", trick, as the layout of big ones
here has become too well-known to ex
cite the Interest that would-be manifest
ed in the trimming of an outsider.'
JUST TO SEEM THEM.
Mrs. Chungwater was shopping at a
department store. . .
"I don't know that I want to buy any,"
she said Co the girl at the notion counter,
"but I've heard a good deal about these
baseball fans. Will you show ma one,
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WILSON GETS STAR;
. ELY IN 'FRISCO
(Journal Special Gertie.) : .
' San'' Francisco, Jan. 1. -Parke "Wil
son, manager of -the Seattle Pacific Coast
League team, has succeeded in coming to
terms with George Van Haltren. the vet
eran National league player. Van Hal
tren is still able to hold his own in fast
company and Wilson made no mistake
in securing him. With Van Haltren
Wilson completes his Outfield for next
DALLAS COLLEGE TEAM
HAS SUCCESSFUL TOUR
" (Journal Special Service.) . v ;
Dallas. Or., Jan. 1. The Dallas col
lege basketball team has returned from
their trip. - They, played 'five games
'while away, winning three, scoring 111
points 'to their, opponents 67. '
The first game was played In Port
land against the Y. M. C. A., the cham
pions of the coast. This game was wop
by a score of 16 to 10 In favor of Dallas.
The second game was with M. A, A. C,
which was another victory, for , Dallas
by the. score of 32 to B. The third
game, with Centralla High school, re
sulted in the score of 31 to 9 In favor
of Dallas. The fourth and fifth. games,
with Tacoma and Seattle Y. M. C A.,
respectively, were lost. V
The only complaint the Dallas team
has against the ' last games is that
neither c floor -was a regulation floor.
Both' floors had obstructions In 'them.
The Basketball Guide says ,., that no
championship game shall be' played on
a floor which has any obstructions, and
that Is not 2,400 square feet In size.
The Tacoma floor has four - posts a
foot square down the center of the court
and the goals are not. In 'the - center.
Therefore this would throw Tacoma out
for any claim on the ; championship.
Seattle has an arch down the center of
the floor and also the goals are Inside
the boundary line, -which is not accord
ing to the requirements of a regulation
floor,- -' ' . ' ":
Thus Dallas has a' just right 'to claim
the coast championship and she Is ready
to defend It. The following teams will
meet Dallas In the near future: AH
Stars, M. A. A. C, University of Wash
ington; -McMlnnvllle . college, Paclflo
university, Oregon Agricultural college
and Albany college. . ,
TABCOUVEB HOBSEMEH XEBB.
Steve Madison,, the well-known horse
man of Vancouver, B, C, is spending a
few days in Portland on business. Mr.
Madison is the owner of the crack trot
ting mare Arkeeta, 2:HH. one of the
McKInney stock. Mr. Madison will en
ter his , stable in the spring meet at
this city and also in Seattle and Spo
kane. ' ' " '
San Francfsco, Jan. 1. Joskey-Club
was the only favorite to win yesterday.
Dick Turpin, the favorite in the -year-old
event, led the bunch to the stretch
when Mendon came up and beat him out
Six furlongs. - selling Nullah , won,
Emily Oliver second, Idogo- third; time,'
1:15, - ,
Six and one-half furlongs, purse -
Mendon won, Dick Turpin second, Mili
tary Man third; time 1:21. .
. Six furlongs, selling -Louis Wagner
won. 'Aunt Polly second. Matt .Hogan
third; time 1:14.
One mile and one-sixteenth. selling-
Jockey Club won, McOrathlana Prince
second, Lacy Crawford third; time, 1:48.
Five anjl one-half furlongs, purse-
Rockaway . won. Burgle second, ' Arabo
third? time, 1:08. , - .
.. One mile 'and 60 yards, selling Qor
galetto , won, Caronal second, ; Heather
Honey third; time, 1:44. . '
-"; . , . ..' ,
At Asoot Park.
f Los Angeles, Jan. 1. The bookmakers
continued their winnings today, as only
one favorite landed first. Summary:
': Six furlangs. soiling Thlsbe won, An-
drattun second, Little Margaret third;
Blauson cpurse--Rlll Curtis won, Dar
gln second, Golden Mineral third; time,
1:11X. ' '. .V- - '' ,, ': ,
; Five and a hald furlongs,: selling
Sir Christopher won, Metlakatla second.
Urbano tnira; time, i:u.
Five furlongs, sellingRedan won,
Blissful Second, Farmer Jim third; timet
l:01H.v ' .
Mile and 70 yards, selling Henry
Clity Rye won. Erne second; Clochedor
third; time. 1:47. , " :
Five and a half fitrlongit, - selling
Lsdy Fonse won. Miss Nettie second,
Quldado third; time. l:09'4. - ( . ,
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Hew Orleans Besnlts.
New Orleans, Jan. 1. Crcscctit,' City
results: v " - " .f
ec furlongs, selling Julia M.; won,
seafcn, Walters and Carlos Smith having
signed with the Seattle magnate several
Manager Fred Hly of Portland and A.
Lou Cohen, president of tho Seattle club,
have arrived In this city for the annual
meeting to be held tomorrow, Ely said
this mdr"nlng! "I am here with . Presi
dent Swlgevt to look after Portland' in
terests at the league meeting tomorrow.'
Yea,, I have seven men signed for next
season and expect to close' with severa-pf
good men very shortly. Manager Ely
was further questioned a to whether he
had secured Rube Waddcll for the com
ing season, to which he replied: "No,
I have not signed him yet,- but have a
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lowing the example sut by Champion Jeffries, Young Corbett, the featherweight
champion, has taken to hunting in California.
Overhead second, Allegrette third, time,
Mile, selling Flovd K won, Dutch
Carter second,, Qommena' third; time,
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- Mile and a slxteenth-Bnn Mot won.
Ethics second, Mynheer third; time,
Handicap. . six and -a half furlongs
Dutiful , won, Our Nugget -second.
Travers third; time, 1:20. , . i :
" Five furlongs Jim A. Ijong -won,
Radducee second, Catnti Pillar, third;
time, 1:01. , , : .
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Eva RuHscll second, Dusky. third; tlmo,
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NEW TEAB IN BERLIB.
(Journal Ppodul SittIic)
Berlin, Jan. 1. New Year's day in
Berlin; was marked by-tho uwual observ.
ances la official circles, tljo fore
representative in the East who is en
deavoring to make a deal with the
Mr. Ely was greatly : Impressed with
the New -Year Jubilee last evening.1. ,
LOCALS LOST BOTH GAMES,
". Oregon City,'-Jan. I,, The basketball
and Indoor baseball teams of the Port
land . M. C, A. both Went,' down to de
feat last evening, at the hands of the
locaL.yjuM C. A. ; The score of the bask
et ball game' was Oregon City, 4 Port
land, 2. The baseball score, 21 to 12 in
favor of the locals, i
noon there was a sterVlce in the chnpel of
the palnce in the presenco of the Im
perial family and the highest officials Of
the government.'. .'-After the ceremony of
nailing to their staffs the standards of
several new coips the empwop and cm
press received the diplomats.' Later In
the afternoon the emperor returned .the
"culls of the ambassadors, ' The emperor
appeared In good heaUh and Jiis appear-
. a are on the streets was the occasion
of a ptlbllo ovation.
From tho San .Francisco Call. '
'' , A baby's cry ,
A child's brief Joy and pain
'A tnaldon'n sigh
- Atjd then a love's refrain 1
f. A wonittii'ji tear;
When shattered idiMs fall I -
' ' And then the blor;
"When death doth end iv all.
JAMES SBOWB SUSPECTED ' Or
BUNCO PBESEBTS 'THAT AS A
BEASOB WHY KB " SHOULD NOT
BB ARRESTED CAPTURED AT
BOXBT Or PISTOL.
BecauHe he said he was working for
''Larry". Sullivan,, one of the proprie
tors of tho sailors' . boarding house.
James Brown thought' tDetectlvo( Joe
Day dare not arrest him. 1 , '
The arrest was a rather exciting epi
sode at Fifth and Washington streets at
3:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon and be
fore Detective Day had finished with tho
case Mr. Brown's name was Inscribed on
the police records with the' oharge: of
vagrancy written opposite, '
One of Day s duties an a memotsr of
the. police department is to keep the city
clear of bunko mwnj Several days ago
Day learned that two confidence men had
been at work in the neighborhood of the
new poBtofllce. They wefee,en -trying
to "steer"- a vlctlm-to-bo but did not
manage ; to" accomplish their purpose.
From. th dsorlpUon tha detective
concluded that "Jim" Brown was one
of the pair, and when he met Brown on
the atreet . yesterday, afternoon the offl
rce told ? Brown' to accompanV him to
headquarters -to interview the chief.
"You can't take me, he replied as, he
raised his hand to strike.. Anyhow I'm
working for Larry Sullivan." J.
Day drew his revolver and -. tefore
Brown could land a blow he was gazing
into the depths of the barrel of the
weapon. Brown continued to - back oft
but Patrolman John Qulnton happened
to see jthe fccuffle. Ho walked behind,
Brown and held him until Day, took tils
prisoner-. in" r-hurgc.
At. the police station Brown began to
relate his virtues whereupon tho de
tective reminded him that he was con-s
victed of bunko in San FranclBco many
years ago and sentenced to 10 years in
prison but escaped by an appeal.
"Why don't you book me as Ring is
you've got me here?". Brown said sar
castically.' ')';'' 7:' ' '- . ," ''''
"I'll Just do It," replied Day. The de
tective's Intention had been simply to
have Brown ordered to leave the city.
Brown was not locked up but was per
mitted to occupy a chair In the waiting
room until ""Lurry" Sullivan arrived.
When tho latter .came ha had a short
conference with Chief Hunt and after
depoKitlng $25 bail for, Brown they
walked away. 1 , 1 .
FAXZ8 OBSEBTES TBB SAY. .
(Journal Rppclal Snrylcf.).
";Parlg,"Jan. 1. In accordance With tms
torn Purls devoted the first day Of the
new year to receptions and the ex
change' of Social calls. The ceremonies
centered around tho Elysee palace. ICo
one, not even those who make a parade
of their antagonism to the republic,
thought of receiving until the reception
of President and Mme. Loubet was over.
The official reception was attended by the
foreign diplomats, government, officials
and members pf the chamber of depu
ties. - Ambassador Porter, accompanied
by the entire embassy staff, attended
the reception-. , Later, ih the day there
wan a reception at ;'tlte American em
bassy attended by practically the en
tire American colony ln Paris. ,
FASADEBA FLOWEB CABBITAX..
Pasadcna, Cat.. Jan. 1. Nearly 25,000
people took part In or witnessed today's
flower carnival, or tournament of roses,
which has been the crowning feature
of the mid-winter season in Pasadena for
the last 13 years. The affair was In
every way a brilliant sticcess. . The pro
cession was over a mile long. It was
composed of floats, , tallyhos. carriages,
equestrians and carriages, all decorated
with a profusion of roses, carnations,
crysanthemums and other blossoms. At
the end of the route the equipages which
excelled . in the various division were
awarded handsome prizes. Besides the
people of Pasadena the participants in
the day's festivities included large par
ties from Sunta Barbara, Los Angelas,
Monterey and other points. -
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
MID-WINTER HAT STYLES?
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Every Hat Conformed! to the Head by an Expert Fitter
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CLOTHIERS . HATTERS . FVRlUZimilZ
85-87 THIRD ST., Bet. STARK and OAK
WE ARE THZ LAHCZST I
TAL CONCERN IN TI IZ V C
These prices for good "wpi k Hie pos
sible to us. , We do so much'of it.
Gold FilMnRK, pure ,$l.tm
Gold CrownH, f'-K. .' (M.t-u
Full Set Teeth ....,....,.,.. .tv!.5o .
Bridge Work .SJ.J
We tell eHctly what your' work tell!
cot hv free examination. Our pi.it
Kive s tiaf action, comfort and naiui.'i
rrown and bildge wmk nfvUie hect at
lowrtt firU-es in our fipfi-Ult v No
PAI.Nf Our name nloiio i a fruaranti-o
that . your , work will he of the be-!..
Lady attendant always present.
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All our --Diamonds, -Watches, Um
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991 Washington St., Perkins Building.
AT THE PRfCE-$3.00
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