The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, January 19, 1904, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE OTIEGON DAILY JOTJRNAIi, PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENIKG, JANUARY 19, 1904.
LIVE SPORTING NEWS OF
CORBETT WILL NEED
JOE GRIM IN "PALS"
ACTOR GBEEJTE, WHO PXJLY8 THB
rOH. TO THB HERO, DOES MOT
TAirCY PiATIJTa THB PAST TO
OORBETT'S X.EAD BEQTJTRES A
' ' 1SAX OP THE JOB GRIM ORDER. '
; "I was Just wondering," said Walter
D. Greene;. as he bathed a swollen eye
' In Ills dressing; room' at the Temple
theatre one night last week, "who will
be the unfortunate actor chosen to face
James J. Corbett next season . when
'Pals' (cho sketch at the Temple 'thea
tre this week, in which a rough-and-tumble
fight takes place) is enlarged to
a four-act melodrama, and Corbett takes
the "place of Hal 'Davis. " I am quite
' certain that I . will not be the one. Hat
Davis is about as far as I will go in
that line, and even with him I -some-times
get heart weary from the pummel
lng he gives me. .' , . ,v
"Next season Corbett Is going to take
T 'Pals' out and Hal Davis Is going to
play -.-the comedypart, while Inei Ma
cauley. is going to have the leading fc
male part I wouldn't play the part I
am playing now;-with Corbett In the
f opposite role, for $1,000 a week.' Just
" imagine fighting bare fists with Corbett,
Why, I have had. nine black -eyes ' this
season with-Hal, and the season Is not
half over, and I've got more contusions
on my body than Hanlon after his fight
with Young Corbett - Bay, ' but-it gets
, distressingly monotonous when you get
lefts and rights in the solar plexus and
in the kidneys every afternoon and even-
Bald He Would Go Easy. .
- i luiu, nai last mgni iuul lie u nave
to cut out some of his hard blows or
he'd have' to get a professional pugilist
1n my Place. He said that he would go
easy tonight, and the first crack out
of the box he soaked me In the eye. He
said, under his breath, that he did
not mean to do it but that didn't cure
my "eye. Christmas I furnished a sub
stitute, as 'I. wished to jump home to
have dinner, with my mother.., I had
a dtscolored eye at the tlm'e. and I
couldn't make my mother believe that
I received It In the pursuit of my VOCa
tlQIU ;. '!' .
Secured a Substitute.
"But 1 was awful glad that Z pro
cured that substitute, for he got mad
'the first time that Hal soaked him and
sailed into, him.. Hal got the prettiest
shiner you ever saw. He telegraphed
me the next day to Join the company
at once, as my substitute was Incompe
tent When I 'saw Hal's eye I Just
' shrieked with Joy. He didn't speak to
iiiu iui iuui unjrs, biiu iiuu mi iced
; that he was trying to get even for hlr
black eye by trylng to put me out.
- "Talk about Joe Grim; why. I . have
taken enough punishment from Hal
Davis to put Grim to sleep standing
up. But I suppose it is art, and I'd
almost die for art's sake. I've gone
hungry many times Just, for the pur
nose of belnir an actor, and now I am
undergoing a lingering death. - But this
la a great business. Say, how does my
eye look?'! -Exchange. , ,r:-f'c
BASZXTBAU AT T. X. O. A. GYX.
Last evening at the local Y, M. C. A.
gymnasium the Working Boys', team of
the local association defeated the Sun
nyside Boys' brigade in a hotly-contested
game of basketball by the score
of 21 to 16.
The association '. Intermediate team
will play a game of basketball with a
team representing Professor Rlnglers
Physical Culture school on the associa
tion floor' Friday evening. ' This will be
: the flrat of a series of games to be
played by the Intermediates, who go 'to
, Oregon City for a game Saturday night,
and next week they are scheduled to
meet the Portland Academy team and
several -other organisations.
ATTENDED 8TAJTT0RD SALE.
N.' K. West and George Perringer,
Eastern Oregon horsemen, returned yes
terday from California, where they at
tended the closing out sales on the Stan
ford ranch at Palo Alto, Cal. Messrs.
reriinger and West express themselves
on pniDiiru nun 1110 icnui. iticil
visit, as they have' secured some prom
ising young horses.
RUKUJT TO MEET TXUQVSOV.
(Journal Special Bcrrlce.)
Boston. Jan. 19. A match was ar
ranged here yesterday between Uus
Buhl in the Akron giant, and Sandy Fer
guson of Chelsea, to fight 15 rounds be
fore the Criterion club of this city on
January26. : t
Eastern and California races by di
rect wires. We accept commissions by
"phone", on above races - from respon
sible parties. We also receive commis
sions for all leading sporting events In
any part of the world, at Portland Club,
ISO Fifth street
THREE
SPECIALS
For Wednesday
20 Per Cent Discount
ON ALL
UNDERWEAR.
60 doz. All wool half hose
25c Per Pair
20 D0L FINE WOOLEN GLOVES
50c Per Pair
ROBINSON & CO.
289 WASHINGTON STREET
Perkini Hotel Bldg. .
wan
GAME ASSOCIATION
TO HOLD SMOKER
The smoker to be given this evening
by the Oregon Fish and Game associa
tion Is attracting considerable attention
from the local sportsmen and a large
and . representative delegation of them
will be present. -. -- . -
', At the meeting this evening the unfin
ished business, which It was found Im
possible to complete at the recent annual
meeting, will be taken up and finished.
The smoker Is given in honor of the
sportsmen of Portland, and they, as well
as all persons Interested in the protec
tion of game, are cordially invited to
attend. ,
The meeting will take place In the
rooms of the Oregon Mining Exchange,
In the Chamber of Commerce building,
at 8 o'clock this evening. , Brief papers
will be read on ''Upland Birds," by
President J. A. Taylor of the Portland
Kennel club; ; "Field and Trial," by Dr.
Ernest F., Tucker; "Game Protection,"
by Captain J. M. Baker. U., S. A.; "Trout
in Oregon," by Dr. Ney Churchman, and
"Amateur shooting," by F. V. Holman.
All are Invited.
DISTANCE RUNNER .
WANTS A MATCH
' ; Ed "Seniority" Walton, the champion
long distance runner, is in the city on
business. Walton or "Seniority" as he
Is more familiarly known has Just re
turned from Nome City, Alaska, where
he is known as the veteran newspaper
seller of . that place. , Walton is ready
and anxious to meet any man in a 10 or
20 mile run for from $1,000 to $10,000
a side. He Is an old railroad conductor
and is well known throughout the coun
try. .-. :
His specialty is endurance running and
he takes delight In exercise Jaunts of
from five to 10 or 20 miles. Any one
deslring-to meet-A'SenIority!!wULobllge
him very much by communicating with
him immediately.
' RACING RESULTS
. (Journcl Special Service.)
San Francisco, Jan. 19.--Creedmore,
at 60 to 1, beat up to the stretch yes
terday in the third race at Emeryville,
but Ananias beat him out in the finish.
Kenilworth. well played, took the last
race from -the favorite, Daisy Green, and
Soothsayer, having led all the way.
Summary: .
. Seven furlongs, selling Celebant won.
Dungannon second, Coroner Kelly third;
time, 1:30.
Three and a half furlongs Meada
won. Marie Jrsecond, Arlsbe third;, time,
0:4214. . " v
7- Five - arid - a - half T furlongs, ; selling
Ananias won, Creedmore second, God
dess of Night third; time. 1:10. "
One mile and a sixteenth, selling
Modicum won.,Hor'ton second, Chicka
dee third; time, 1:49.
Six furlongs Colonel Van won. Matt
Hngan second, Lansdowne third; time,
1:15. - " "' - - - - - -
Mile and 70 yards, purse Kenilworth
won, "Soothsayer second, Daisy Green
third; time, 1:4U.
At Asoot Park.
Los Angeles, Jan. It. Jockey Eddie
Walsh distinguished himself by riding
three winners yesterday. The talent
received a hard Jolt by" 'the defeat of
Rag Tag by Goldflnder in the mile event
Summary: ,
Five furlongs Nona B. won, Agnes
Mack second, Nellie May third; time,
1:03.
Mile and 70 yards, selling Lunar won,
Jingler second, Schwarswald third; time,
1:48. - v
Slauson course, selling Huapala won,
Quest second, Fox Lake third; ' time,
1:13. . .
Five furlongs Beautiful and Best
won, Stemwlnder second. Fustian third;
time, 1:02.
One mile The Goldflnder won. Rag
Tag second, Fortunatus third; time,
1:42H. '
Seven furlongs, Selling Evander won,
Anlrad second, Tax Man third; time,
1:30.
- At Krw Orleans.
New Orleans, Jan. 11. Crescent City
summary:
Six furlongs Floral King won, Mad
Mullah second, , Dusky third; time.
1:12 4-8.
Six and a half furlongs Frontenac
won. Peeper second, Russell Garth third;
time. 1:20.
Mile, selling Louisville won, Melster
singer second, Bernota third; time,
1:41 4-6. . ,
Seven furlons's. handlran irnnHtahta
Favorite won, Foresight second,. Ralph
xoung tnira; time, i:Z7 1-6.
MUe and a sixteenth Barkelmore
won. Free Admission second, Felix Bard
third; time, 1:49.
One mile and 70 yards Bessie Mc
Carthy won, Bourke Cockran second. Ba
rilla third; time, 1:46 i-5. V
SO DECEPTIVE
Many Portland People Fail to
Realize the Seriousness.
Backache Is so deceptive.
It cornea and goes keeps you guess
ing. .
Learn the cause then cure It -
Nine times out of ten it comes from
the kidneys. , r
That's why Doan's Kidney Pills cure
It - '..-' I ' - -
Cure every kidney 111 from backache
to diabetes. - t
Here's a Portland case to prove It:
Mrs. D. Murphy, widow, who lives at
89S Ivon street, saysj "Years ago,
when living in Kansas, I was greatly
troubled with ' kidney complaint At
that time I was, I might aay, perfectly
helpless for months, but In time it wore
away as mysteriously as It came. It
did, not bother me again until last fall,
when there was every symptom of its
return, and knowing what I had suf
fered formerly I began to look around
for something to cheek It, and on look
ing over the paper I noticed Doan's
Kidney Pills highly recommended, so 1
procured them at the Laue-Davis Drug
Co.'s store, corner of Tanfhill and Third
streets, and took them as directed. It
only required a few days' treatment to
ward off the attack. Since then I have
recommended Doan's Kidney- Pills to a
number of my friends." ' .. '
; For. sale' by all'. dealers Price 60
cumin. . Faster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, It.
V., sole agents for the United States.
I- Remember the name Doan's and
take no. other. s
COAST TEAMS
SIGN PLAYERS
AXX. THB ZiXAOUB MAKAGEBS BUST
sxcrranra . best talestt that
X8 TO BB HAS MAX? STEW PACES
TO BB BBSS OASXAXD WXCI.
KATE ' ZTEABZiT 1U STEW MEr.
The six clubs representing the Pacific
Coast league are all rapidly completing
their lineups for the coming season,
and-' Judging from the class of ball
tossers being signed by the clubs, an
article -of ball will be furnished the pat
rons of the game , pn the coast that they
have never before had the pleasure of
witnessing In this locality ' -
The opening of the season Is but two
short months away, -and' as one 'month
will be occupied .by the teams in pre
liminary practice, the time will : pass
quickly Vo the fans between now and
the opening date.
Champions Almost Complete. '
So far aa known Manager Morley has
almost completed the team that Is to
represent- Los Angeles In the race, hav
ing signed all his team with the excep
tion of anoltier pitcher. The Angels, as
lined up at . present are: Spies and Ea
gan, catchers; Newton, Hall, Gray and
Wheeler, pitchers; Dillon, first base; Mil
ler, second base; 'toman, shortstop; Jud
Smith, third base; Ross, left field; Hoy,
center field, and Cravath, right field.
This team la practically the same that
won the pennant so easily last season.
The loss of Joe Corbett will no doubt
be felt considerably by the Los Angeles
team, but Mr. Morley assures the Loo
Loo fans that a good man will be se
cured In the "little brother's" place.
' Wilson BUM dome Good Ones.
Parke Wilson Is engaged In signing up
his Seattle team, and so far has the fol
lowing men . under contract: Norman
Brashear. first base; Kid lohler, sec
ond TaseTHenry Janslng, third base;
Carlos Smith, right field; George Van
Haltren, left field; Joe Delehanty, cen
ter field, and Bill Byers and Matt Stan'
ley, catchers. Jay Hughes and Wilson
have about come to terms and the crack
pitcher will, in all probability, again
wear a Seattle uniform. Parke Is also
In communication with several other
twirlers of note and expects to land
them soon. , . , ,
Mike May toss Casey.
- uriu T7MVi in Tannma. will have n Tac
tically the same team as wore Sacra
mento uniforms last year. Casey, the
crack second baseman, Js considering a
proposition in Ogaen to Decome pan
owner and . manager in the Utah city,
which is to be a member of the Lucas
league this seasog.
-In case jCaaey decides to- stay there
Mike will have to cast about for an
other second baseman, and a' better one
than Casey would be hard to find.
A a Tila tsam now atn.nda Fisher has
Nordyke at first, Eagan at short Shee-
han at third, Hildebrana ana juojaugn
lln in the outfield; Graham and Hogaa
catchers and Thbmas, Keefe and Fita
gerald pitchers. Fisher says that he has
secured an eastern star box artist In ad
dition to the three already algned and
may also secure Fred Schock who was
with Seattle last season.
Oakland cures Good Kan.
Pete Lohman is endeavoring to secure
a team that will have a place in the race
during the coming season and has signed
several of his 1902 champions for the
season of 1904. The men known to have
signed with Oakland are: Pitcher,
Schmidt; outfielder, Dunieavy; snonstop,
Francks; third baseman, Devereaux; first
baseman, Strelb; utility man, Schwarts;
Pitcher Moskiman and Outfielder Ganley
who forgot to report last season.
Hank Harris in San Francisco has the
following men: Captain and third base
man, Charlie Irwin; pitchers, Cutter and
Whalen; catcher, Tommy Leaby; second
baseman, Billy Fox; right fielder. Pat
Meaney; shortstop, Danny Shay, and
utility man Bert Dolmas. Bill Massey
and Jimmy Downey of the Toronto club
are also believed to have signed with
Harris, but the report cannot be con
firmed. Massey Is a first baseman and
negotiated with, the Portland team last
season, and Downey is an inflelder of
considerable ability. Both men would
make valuable additions to any Coast
league team.
- Kay - cure - Beckley.
Tair T)Muinv la another nossibillty
on either the Okland or Frisco clubs.
for he is not overly pieasea witn nis
transfer from Cincinnati to St Louis,
and wnnid accent an offer from either
Lohman or Harris, if they made it large
enough.
It is possible that Manager Harris
mav aa-aln al era Pitchers Ibura and Ltnd-
sey, but as yet he has not consulted
them.
Local Team Hearly Completed.
Th inrai team is about completed and
the lineup for 1904 will be announced
in a few days. Of the players aireaay
signed they constitute the pick of last
year's team, and form an excellent nu
cleus for the new team.
Manager Ely and his men will start
spring practice in Bakersfleld about the
20th of February. This will . enable the
men to have at least one month's train
ing under the watchful eye of the man
ager In which to get in condition.
Ike Butler, ,who was somewhat over
weight last seaaon, is now In Bakersfleld
and working hard to get down to "fight
ing" weight before his teammates ar-
Phil Vadeau and Buck Freeman are In
town and are anxious for the practice
work to begin or at least have a few
days of good weather so they could take
a dally run to the ball park. It is pos
sible that Manager Ely may send these
two players to the training quarters
some time next week, and if Francis ar
rives he will accompany them.
The prospects this year are brighter
than ever and as all the clubs are being
strengthened by the addition of the best
players that it la possible to secure,
a hotly contested season is expected. .
- Until all tha clubs are completely or
ganized it will be hard to "tell which
looks the best on paper. ,
rot Weak and Wervcras People. ;
We have a cure fo nervous and un
steady people, weak, fleshlesa people,
and pimply, pale or sallow people: peo
ple who are troubled with loss of am
bition, falling memory, depression of
spirits, lack of confidence, nervous head
ache and wakefulness; all these symp
toms are produced by weakened nerves,
brought on by the watery condition of
the blood. Make strong, rich, red blood
and furnish food for the nerves is the
way to stop the source of the disease,
and the cure then is only a question of
days. The best flesh and blood builder
Is Dr. Gunn's Blood and Nerve Tonio, In
tablet form, to take at meal time. Bells
at 7 Go a box, or 3 boxes for t'i, at all
drug stores, or sent postpaid on receipt
of price. People gain from 1 to 3 lbs.
of solid, healthy flesh per week by the
use of this medicine, that is an indica
tion that it is doing good. Address, Dr.
Bosanko Co., Philadelphia, Ta.
; Preferred Stock Canned Goods.
Allen & Lewis' Best Brand.
TODAY
ACTIVITY IN LOCAL
ATHLETIC CIRCLES
A MATE US GX.AD1ATORS "OP 1U
CXASSES SHOULD BBGAGB XX
PSXPABXira POB THB pxoposbs
TOTOBAMSBTS TO BB HELD XX
TSE 8PXZHG.
: The .athletes of the Multnomah Ama
teur Athletic club are taking great In
terest In the proposed tournament from
which are to be selected the men who
are to try f6r the honor ot competing in
the Olympic games at the Louisiana
Purchase exposition at St Louis in July.
A team will - probably : be selected to
represent . the Pacific coast as a whole,
In the world's, fair , carnival, and the
men to be selected by competition In
the different localities. The local men
will compete with the athletes of the
Northwest' and from that meeting a
team will be selected to battle for the
honors with the. athletes of California,
those making the best records in the
meet to represent the .Pacific slope at
the fair. - '- : . i-' -.- '
Best Plam So Par Advanced
The above plan seems 'to.be the most
feasible plan so far advanced for con
sideration, as a team consisting of the
pick - -of the coast athletes would be
more representative as a body and would
consist of the very best material.
From among the many athletic insti
tutions o the coast an excellent team
should be organised that would ' prove
itself worthy of the honor of repre
senting this vast territory.
That the .coast can produce capable
men to represent it among the world's
selections goes without saying, for many
of the best amateurs in America own
their nativity to the locality which em
braces the states of Oregon, California,
Washington, Idaho and Nevada.
The enthusiasm among the local ama
teurs Is gaining in strength every day,
and when the call is iasued for the
track and field competition there will be
many of Portland's finest young men
responding.
Already the boxing and wrestling
classes at the Multnomah club are full
of eager competitors, who follow pro
fessor 'Acton's instructions eagerly, and
many promising men are being devel
oped. Every Man Should) be An Athlete.
Every young man in Portland, as
well as in the state of Oregon, should
take up some branch of athletic sport,
not alone that he should strive to rep
resent his state at the world's fair, but
for his own personal benefit, for there
is no such preservative of good health
as dally athletic exercise of some sort.
By keeping the body- Inperfect shape,
or as nearly perfect aa possible, by a
certain amount of athletic activity each
day, the dread enemy- of each human
being is effectually kept at a distance.
BOXING NOTES
Alex GreggaiHS" hasTnatchea Hugo
Kelly of Chicago and Billy Woods col
ored) tq box 20 rounds the 2th Inst
before the San Francisco Athletto club,
Kelly recently boxed Jack O'Brien of
Philadelphia a draw, ,
Gus Bezenah, the Cincinnati bantam
weight Is matched to fight Tommy Felts
16 rounds in the first week of February
before a club In Belleville, 111,
Charley Burns, the Cincinnati welter
weight is out to meet any welter at
from 145 to 166 pounds. Burns de
clares he has recovered all of his old
time speed and punching abilities.
Australian sport followers are much
enthused over the 20-round contest be
tween W. Squires and W. Heckenberg,
the heavyweight boxers, at Newcastle,
N. S. W., the winner of which Is to
meet Peter Felix (colored), the colonial
champion. The winner of the last men
tioned bout Intends Journeying to Amer
ica and challenging Champion Jeffries.
Harry Foley, the San Francisco middle-weight,
will go east shortly if he
does not find some one to meet him on
the coast Foley has repeatedly sent
challenges to Billy Woods, but for some
reason unknown to Foley the Los An
geles middle-weight does not seem anx
ious to arrange the match. "I have heard
a -dosenr-persons- says -within" the " past
24 hours that Woods' manager Is look
ing around for some middle-weight to
meet him, but he never mentions any
thing ' about meeting me," remarked
Foley last evening to a party of friends.
"I have sent all kinds of challenges to
Woods, but be seems to steer clear of
me and I am beginning to think he don't
want any of my game. I hear Bishop
la sending all kinds of telegrams east
to get men here that he knows Woods
can beat Now why don't he tackle me?
I'll box- Woods under any- conditions
and will fight him winner take all, which
shows that I know I have it on him.
Let Woods name his own terms and I'll
guarantee to beat htm or I don't want
a cent"
Partner Proofs of Supremacy.
Competition soems no barrier to BUD
WElSbR. Its march goes on by leaps and
bound. The past year shows an in
crease of more than' 20 per cent over the
preceding year, bringing the total sales
of Budwelaer (In bottles) to 100,402,600
bottles, and the total sales for the- past
29 years, 1876 to 1903, inclusive, to 1,
410,402,500 bottles.
BUDWEISER is the household bev
erage of the American home, and its
claim to the title, "King of Bottled
Beers," Is established by the fact that
although commanding the highest price,
its sales exceed those of all other bot
tled beers combined. Anheuser-Busoh's
other brands of beer are close seconds
to Budwelaer.
Their total output In bulk for the past
year was 1,201.762 barrels.
Another evidence of the supremacy of
Budwelaer was given In the instance of
two of the finest and best appointed
cafes recently establlahed, the Stewart
Cafe in Philadelphia and the Talt Cafe
In San Francisco, whore the most popu
lar beers of America entered into com
petition, and the award went to Bud
welaer. .
MABBXAGB ANBITBXSABY.
F Botef uhr, the well-known water
front business man, who . is personally
acquainted with more sea captains,' per
haps, than any other man on the Pacific
coast, celebrated his 27th marriage an
niversary at his east side residence Fri
day . evening. About 26 guests were
present Entertainment was provided
in the form of music, dancing and
games.' Refreshments, were served at
midnight. A splendid time is reported
by those who were in attendance. T
CAB BZHB AT BOMB.
Before Taking tha "Spokane Plyer" for
' Aawc nmiuucivii rvuikl, ,
By the new O, R. ft N. time card, per
sons desiring to take the Spokane Flyer
for Spokane. Coour d'Alene and other
Eastern Washington points can now dine
at home (train leaves at 7:45 jx m.) be
fore leaving. The "Portland-Chicago
Special" now leaves at 8:60 a. m. ,
DEMOCRATIC CALL
FOR WARD MEETINGS
WILL BB HELD KSXT PBZBAT
BTEBTNG TO BOMZBATB JUDGES
- AHD CLEBXS POB PRIMARIES
AHD DELEGATES TO APPROACH
ZBG CO u a i:x COBTElTTTOxr.
. The Democratic ward meetings which
are to be held next Friday evening for
the purpose of nominating Judges and
clerks of the primary election and dele
gates to the county convention, promises
to be well attended. The city and county
central committee is making a -special
effort -to bring out the Democratic vot
ers' so that the expression at these meet
ings may ibe as-representative as possi
ble.: The formal notice of the meetings,
issued by-the committee, is as follows:
Portland, Or., Jan. 16. To the Pre
cinct Committeemen Tou are earnestly
requested to call a meeting of all the
Democrats' In your ward or district on
Friday, - January 22, 1904, at 8 p. m
for the purpose of recommending to the
county committee names for Judges and
clerks and names to be placed, in nomi
nation for delegates to the county con
vention. The number of delegates has
not been' decided upon, but they will be
selected by the ' county, committee from
the list furnished in this way. We. very
much desire- this Information for the
benefit of the county committee. As
soon as possible please secure a hall
where you can hold the. meeting and
announce the place and time of meet
ing In the publlo press.
The county committee Is hereby called
to meet, in the rooms of the mining ex
change, Chamber of Commerce building,
on Wednesday, January 27, 1904, at 8
p. m. Tou are earnestly requested to be
present-. - - -
The Democratic city and county cen
tral committee.
Attest: ALEX SWEEK.
J. B. RYAN, Chairman.
Secretary.
In addition to the foregoing notice,
the central committee la also sending
the following communication to num
bers of Democrats throughout the; city,
so as to insure their presence at the
ward meetings
Portland, Or., Jan. 18. The precinct
committeemen of your ward will hold
a meeting on Friday night, January 22,
1904, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of
suggesting names to the county com
mittee for Judges and clerks and per
sons to be placed in nomination for del
egates io the county convention. Please
make a special effort to attend this
meeting as it is the desire of the county
committee to have all the Democrats
interested In the election of delegates
to the county convention and to have a
representative meeting if possible. All
of which is respeotfully submitted.
The Democratic city and county cen
tral committee. . "
Attest: ALEX SWEEK.
J. B. RYAN, Chairman.
Secretary.
HIGHLAND CHURCH
; IN FULL FELLOWSHIP
Highland Congregational church- was
received into the fellowship of the
state-association - at- meettngof the
council of recognition, held yesterday
afternoon in Highland church. The
meeting began at 4 o'clock Dr. House
acting as moderator and.H. N. Smith
as clerk. . The council, composed of rep
resentatives from the First Ebeneser,
Willsburg, Oregon City, Hassalo Street,
Sunnyslde, Mississippi Avenue ' and
Oswego churches, examined the manual
of rules and the roll of membership,
after which the Highland was recog
nized as an organised Congregational
church.
The council met at 7:30 last evening
to extend the right hand of fellowship.
Rev. House read tha articles ft faith
to the members. Rev. J. J. Staub, Rev.
C. F. Clapp, Rev. E. 8, Bolinger and
Rev. C. E. Chase gave short addresses.
Communion followed, v
The church officers are aa follows:
Acting pastor, Rev. D. B. Gray; deacons,
J. H. Morgan. ; D. BCooley, J. E.
Scobee, Richard Lewis; deaconesses,
Mrs. George F. Dashiel, Hattle Smiley;
clerk, J. E. Scobee; prudential commit
tee, Mrs. Carrie B. Maul, Hattle Van
demar; trustees, Mrs. G. C Parker, D.
B. Cooley, Richard Lewis, Mrs. Flora
Dill; music committee, Louise M. Dill,
Flora Whipple, Mrs. J. E. Scobee. There
are 22 charter" members.
The officers of the Sunday school are
as follows: Acting superintendent. Rev.
H. N. Smith; assistants, L. H. Morgan
and J. E. Scobee; primary superintend
ent, Mrs. J. K. Whipple; superintendent
cradle roll call, Miss Effia Young. The
Sunday school has an enrollment of 228,
with 13 teachers. ?
MISS ELWERT'S BIG
PRICE FOR KNOWLEDGE
Justice Reed yesterday afternoon
heard the evidence in the case of Miss
Carrie Elwert against Mrs. Eliza Leezer.
The suit Is brought to eject the defend
ant from a Yamhill street lodglnghouso,
the plaintiff claiming that she can se
cure more returns and that the defend
ant's lease does not entitle -her to re
main. The case was not without Us inter
esting features, especially when Mima
Elwert was on the stand. The plaintiff
proved a clever witness and the spec
tators were convulsed with laughter
when she and Attorney Dan Malarkey
for tha defense crossed swords.
"How long have you lived here?"
asked the attorney.
"Ever since I was born," was the re
ply. '
"Well er how old are you 7" the
lawyer asked, rather hesitatingly.
"I refuse to answer," the witness
answered, taking advantage of every
woman's prerogative in matters of the
kind.
"Now, isn't it a fact that you sent
wine to Mrs. McCully, one of your wit
nesses, in order to influence her testi
mony 7".
"I don't deny sending her a little
present," Miss Elwert, said. "It was
done just out of tho goodness of ray
heart, and not for the purpose of gel-
ting her to help out my cas.
"Well, my office is in the Chamber of
Commerce building," Malarkey replied.
and everybody laughed.
Miss Elwert admitted that In making
leases and. doing other legal business
she acted as her own attorney.
"It has cost me $35,000 to know what
I know," she volunteered. '
"We'll make it cost you a lot more
before -we get through with you." was
the attorney's rejoinder, and another
laugh spread through the courtroom.
; AT THB WHTTEB GARDES'.
The. Winter Garden, that popular re
sort at the corner of Third and Morri
son street, s crowded to the doors every
night with hundreds : of amusement-
An Unprecedented Sale of
For Men This Week Only
$50.00
$45.00
$40.00
$35.00
$30.00
$25.00
$20.00
$18.00
$15.00
$12.50
$10.00
Overcoats,
Overcoats,
Overcoats.
Overcoats,
Overcoat,
Overcoats,
Overcoats,
Overcoats.
Overcoats,
Overcoats,
Overcoats,
TALCOTT
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INNOVATIONS
WE HAVE BEEN IN THE
QUARTER OF A CENTURY AND HAVE ACQUIRED
A KNOWLEDGE OF-THE-ARTTHAT 1SJVALU.
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wmmmt : PRINTERS. FIRST AND OAK STREET5. PHONE
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IDS CAW
MINERAL SPRINGS
OPEN THB TEAR ROUND.
Cases of Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Ca
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under a guarantee to be cured In a spe
cified time or all expenses, including
railway fare both ways, refunded.
These waters renovate .the entire sys
tem and remove almost every disease.
Send 60c for a bottle of stomach and
catarrh salt
Round-trip tickets at reduced rates.
Inquire of any. Southern Paciflo railroad
agent.
TUSCAN MINERAL SPRINGS CORP.,
'.Tuscan Springs, CaL
frank 9. Hellen, manager.
seekers. The clever line of. entertain
ment presented by Proprietor Kennedy
and Manager Finky Barnett has never
been equaled in Portland. There are the
eccentric musical turn of Memphis Ken
nedy, the watermelon comedian; ragtime
dancing by Eva Perl; songs by the
Palomas, formerly with Sousa's band;
dancing by Bernlta; ballads by Dorothy
Dayne, and 23 other big - specialties.
Seats are reserved for ladles. An excel
lent lunch may be had and the admis
sion Is free.
20? NOTICE 20?
TO THE PUBLIC
Go and see the high-grade goods which -are
being offered at the Great Gigantic
Sale, No. 207 First Street This
big stock MUST GO. No cheap, trashy '
- goods, but all up-to-date goods. Fancy
A $12 suit for $4.65
A $3 Rubber Lined Coat for .25
A $1.00 Storm Rubber for.... 55
A 75c Undershirt, fleece lined, for 25
These are only a few prices. Everything
in proportion as to prices. Don't go
astray, but go and investigate. ? '
207 FIRST STREET
C. C. SARVIS, Mngr.
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N. B.: Beware of Im
itators cn First St.
LARGEST CLOTHIERS IN THE NORTHWEST.
. f Southwest Corner Fourth and Morrison,
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TALK TO MEN
THE DIGNITY OP OUR PROFESSION
does not permit us to speak too freely,
of our accomplishments, yet it is the duty of
a recognised and legitimate physician to say
sufficient that the public may distinguish him
from the impostor. This we are entitled to
state: Our practice Is the largest on the
Coast, built up by the personal recommenda
tion of one patient to another. It can be
stated, too, without fear of contradiction, that
: previous to our announcements of the impor-
iance of urethral and prostatic inflammation
as factors in the disorders of men, that treat
. ment was conducted In an wnsuccessful man
ner. Our brilliant cures and the copying of our
methods by others Is evidence of our superi
ority. Special attention given to "Varicocele, ttrlo
. tare, riles, Hydrocele, Contagions' Blood Di- -eases
and Acute and Chroaio Urethral aad
Prostatic inflammation.
DR. TALCOTT, 250& Alder St.
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