The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, February 10, 1904, Page 5, Image 5

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TOUNO LAST WHITES FOETBY
ABOUT THE "PrPPIKS." ,
The appended lines, dedicated 'to the
Portland ."Pippins," formerly, the
Browns, and guns to the tune ot "Dolly
Varden," will be appreciated by the
many readers of The. Journal,- whose
ear for music and the- swat of a base'
ball -are on a par. In order to fully un
derstand the rhythmic sentiment of the
apostrophe, it is quite necessary . that
the reader should hum the music, while
scanning the lines. The poem is one of
many that were sent In to The Journal
relating to the, changing of the name of
the browns to some more suitable ap
pellation. So t far the . Portland , Pip
pins" seems to have made quite a ''hit,'
and will probably "score" a "home run."
The "Blues" and the. "Specs".' didn'teeem
to take well with the fans, and further
consideration of their qualities will not
be necessary. . ,- . .
: It. appears that the scheme of chang
ing the, name of the Browns proved a
greater and more difficult .task than was
expected, and-while all agree that the
Portland Browns did not carry on any
honors last year,' yet the possibility of
the team - doing something marvelous
this season acts as a check-to the propo
sition, and it may be safely said that
the name will remain as it is.
The signing of "Ham" Iberg will also
have the effect of - suppressing . tlje
"fickle," whose changeable : tendencies
are" as active as John McCloakey's jobs
are numerous, t Now It's time to sing
. , ' Tli Portland Pippins.
The team we had last season
Would never listen to reason,
And so lost many a game by Just one
' run; -
This year till the end of summer
Each game will be a hummer,
Bringing Joy to all the fans who watch
the fun. -
With Mam Iberg- in the box
Jakey, too, tlfe sly old fox
And Charlie Shields, that wondrous
boy, 'we've Just begun. .
Take a look around first base
Buck Freeman in the race,
With Francis on third, as gay as a
bird, we're going some!
Chorus:- t '
Portland .Pippins Browns no more
Pennant players, out for gore;
Loo Loos then must play a bit
Wilson, too,- may- be unfit. -t
, We must have that blue flag for nine
teen-five!
Portland Pippins Browns no more
Pennant players, out for gore;
Michael's Tads will have to work; .
Old Pete's men can never shirk.
And Andy with Uncle --tHank will
, .- drive! - -
Portland j Pippins Browns no .more
Tennanl players.' out for gore.
Here's luck to you we hope you'll
. ' thrive! ' '
We'll follow the team forever, -From
our stock we will not sever;
For we know our . boys are out to
win. : ' '
As they play along the coast,
They'll seldom get a roast,.
And knockers will praise who last year
rubbed jt in.
New players, It Is true.
Will help to pull us through
We're as sure of that as we were sure
of losing. ('. . ;?.-
With a- backstop like our Danny,
WhlsDerinx Phil, tne pride of many,
- Our bunch la as fine as any , picked
nine in the choosing..
(Chorus.) , v "
' HOPEFUL FANNIE.
Portland, Feb. 10, 1904.
Here are a few of the choicest names
suggested by prominent fans: ' .
J. P. C RelUy The Guys.
Edward Schiller The Excellencies.
, Jeremiah Powers The Hobos.
1 Judge Sllvestone The Pets.
. ' Lou Coulter The Never-Wases.
Oeorge Rutherford The Mudhorses.
Jack O'Connor The Cards.
. . R. Olendennlng The Dogs.
Andy Anderson The Strollers.
. Jay Andrews The .Ghosts. ,
Jack Grant The Winners.
Leo ," Peterson The Muckers. ,
Lou Wise The Queeners. ,
Con Senner La Grippes.
Peter Grant The Its.
., Major Rees The Fighters. ..
Captain Baker--The Japs.
Bamboo Tree The Stickers.
' Merely Mary Ann The Hearts.
Grant Scott The Blue Ribbons. ...
Merry May The Jays.
. Tom Duffy The Beauties, the But-
ters, the Smashers.
Jay Mitchell The Radishes
i J. M. McCourt The Gunners. .
, Jonathan Loftus Th . . "cissors. ....
Harry Courtright-rThe Blffers.
i . Professor Hoban The Snorters. "
"Mysterious Billy" Smith The Pugs.
Civil Engineer The Buckers.
Paul J. Tarry The Suspenders.
BILLIARD TOUBJTAKElffT.
(Journal Special SttIo.)
. New York, Feb. 10. Last evening's
contest In the national amateur billiard
tournament at the Llberkrants club re
suited in three men being tied for lead
ing honors Laralal, Poggenberg and
Cohklln. Three games are to be played
today.
BLOOD
On awonnt of Its frightful liMronnnen, Blond
Pnlannlnc eo'mmonljr railed tli King of All
IMirniiit. It may be either hereditary or eon
trrcted. One the ayatem la tainted with It. the
dlM-aae mar mantfeat Itaelf In the form of Scrof.
ula, Kctema. Khenmatlc Falna, Stiff or 8woll
Joints, Eruption or Copper-Colored Hpota on tba
Kaee or Body, little tJloera In the Mouth or on
th- Tnntnie, Sore Throat, Swollen Tonall,Pallln(
out of, the Hair or Eyehrowa, and Anally a Lep-
: rout-like Deeay of tba Kleah and fymm. If you
haire any of these or atmllar Symptoms, get
BKOWN'S BLOOD CURB, Inimediately. Thla
, tteiitment l practically the reault at life work.
11 eontalni no dingerou tfrligl or tnjurlona medicine-
of any kind. It Koea to the rery bottom
of the dlaeaae and forcea out eery partlelo of
Impurity. Soon erery ala-n and aymptom dlaap-
i-jH-iei-iiMU'tnljt-jLuil...frercr.. The ..blood, tlx
tl-iie. the flph, the bonea and the whulii aya
tern vre eleanaed, purified and reatnred to per.
fi-cc health, and the patient prepared anew for
I he dutlea and pleaurei of life. BKOWN'S
llOOI CCrtK. im a hot tie. laata month.
Mrde b DK. BKOWN. 9: Areh a,, Phlladel.
i h'.a. For anle In Portland only by Frank Nan,
Krttnnd Hotel I'barniaer. y , - -
POl'SO'lN
MANY
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PORTLAND
BROWNS
' Edited by J.
IBERG SIGNED TO
PLAY WITH BROWNS
Herman Iberg, the crack twlrler of
Hank Harris' 3an Francisco aggrega
tion, commonly known, as "Slowball
Ham," has been signed for the 1904 sea
son by Manager Ely to uo slab duty on
the Portland team. Iberg is a favorite
among the local fans, and his acquisi
tion by the local management is hailed
with delight. With Iberg the locals'
pitching staff will be . complete, witb
the possible exception or .arlan or
Bowman, - whose applications are now
being considered by Manager Ely. ' -
Iberg' la now : ai his ..ome in San
Francisco, where he is a property
Owner. He will leave for Bakersflcld in
a few days to Join Butler and the other
Browns. :
"Ham," as - his friends like to call
him, is tone of the. cleverest and ablest
pitchers, in the country, and .can easily
hold hla own in the fastest company on
the diamond. With the Philadelphia
Nationals in 1902 he made, the heavy
batters of Uat league look like so many
of tuosfi little-animals that" are often
seen ; riding around ' : on . hand-organs.
His- slow, ball is as ueceptlve as his
speedy ones are s terrorising,' and if a
team cannot win with Iberg in the
box, then It had. better disband and. go
to 'Work, i-i '-U-yv. ;'t
In this city Iberg is greatly admired,
not alone for his. great pitching ability,
but tor his many good traits of charac
ter. ' Last year he often expressed the
wish, to play in Portland, as he was
M'CLOSKEY CHOSEN
TO MANAGE BOISE
. (Journal Bpedal Berrlce.)
Boise, Ida.. Feb. 10. John J. Mc
Closkey has been secured to manage the
Boise City team in the Pacific National
league. ; The acquisition of McCloskey
Is a guarantee that this city will be welt
represented by a good baseball team. -
The franchise will be made out in the
name of W. R. Sebree o? Caldwell. Mr.
Sebree la a banker in Caldwell, Ida., and
owns a large amount of property in
Boise also. -.- - . ' '
The financial connections of Mr.
Sebree in Boise have made it easy to
raise the necessary 'amount of stock
umong the leading men of that city
and if the franchise goes there Boise
will have the distinction of being the
best backed club financially in the
ATHLETIC GOSSIP
AT FOREST GROVE
(Journal Special SerTtee.)
Pacific University, Feb. 10. Manager
Smith Of the woman's basketball 'club
has at last prooured a suitable place to
practice in and the basketball team re
organised. A team would have been in
the field earlier, but owing to the fact
that the building in which they prac
ticed was being used for other purposes,
the glrs had to wait for further de
velopments. Last years team was a
good one, and as most of the players
are again in school this year, it wUl not
take long to get into chape. Under the
efficient coaching of Instructor Wilson,
the team will be fairly strong, although
it was late in getung into the field.
RACING RESULTS
(Journal Special BottIc.)
. San Francisco, Feb. 10. G. W. Tra
hern furnished the surprise at. Oakland
yesterday by Winning the fourth race
In a gallop, at odds of 20 to 1. The
favorites were successful in .the other
events: Summary:
Six furlongs, selling Mureaca won,
Adirondack second, Emily Oliver third;
time, 1:17. '
Thre and a half furlongs, selling
Eduardo won, Edith Vice second. Steel
Wire third; time, 0:44.
i Five furlongs, selling Uletma won,
Amasa second, Rustic Girl third; time,
1:0S4. : -. ,; '
One mile and SO yards, selling G.W.
Trahern won, Pierce J. second, Norford
third; time, 1:48. , . J '
Seven furlongs, selling El Plloto
won, Mlmo second, Byronerdale third;
time, 1:S0V.
. Futurity course, selling Bombardier
won, Red Bird second, Riesca third;
time, 1:16.
At Ascot lark.
: Los Angeles, Feb, 10, Long shots and
second choices were in evidence yester
day. Results: . :
Slauson course, purse Carnival won,
Sals second, Rough and Tumble third;
time, 1:10.
Mile and sixteenth, handicap Warte
Nlcht won. Rag Tag second, Fortunatua
third; time, 1:4.. v
Six and a half furlongs, selling Sal
He Goodwin won, Dollle Welthoft sec
ond, Metlakatla third; time, 1:22. . .
Six furlongs, selling Little Margaret
won, Jim Hale second, Galanthus third;
time, 1:15.
Mile and 70 yards, selling All About
won, Turtle second. Ulm third; time,
1:48.
One mile,' selling Sir Hugh won,
Mllas second, Homage third; time, 1:42.
At Hew Orleans.
New Orleans, Feb. 10. Crescent City
results:
On mile and an eighth, selling Ex
apo won, Dlgdon ' second, Buglehorn
third; time, 2:00 8-5.
Six furlongs Typhonlc won, Caterpil
lar second, Rouse third; time, 1:17 2-5.
Seven furlongs, selling-Russell Garth
won, Royal Pirate second, Arnold 1C
third; time, 1:81 2-5.
" Six furlongs, handicap Katie' Powers
Won, Mad . Mullah second, Harmakls
third; time, 1:17. .-.
Mile and flve-elghlis, selling Sidney
Sabbath finished first but was disquali
fied, so Compass won, Eliza Dillon sec
ond, Slddons third; time, 2:58.
Five . furlongs lmphonus won, Jo-
sette second, Laura Hunter thtrd; time,
t. e. o. a. wow nrsoox same.
The" YTM7 XT. X? indoof bflBChail teiim
won a decisive victory over the Com
pany B team In the match game at the
armory last evening. The association
boys landed on the "h" company pitcher
In the sixth and seventh Innings and
tallied In 11 runs. Score bv Inlna-s:
Company B 0 2 4 1 0 0 0 6 7
I, M. i", A. , ..'. a 1 1 ll.l I 0 9 Q
lotteries Company B. UouKherty and
Butler: Y, M. C. A., Mackle, Thing and
Barrel!. . , .
A. H0RAN
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HERMAN IBEKti.
The . Crack 'Frisco Twlrler Who Has
Been Signed by Manager Ely for 1904,
fond of the city and its people, and now
the fans will have an opportunity to
welcome him here. - : :
league outolde of Butte, - which the
Clark Interests predominate.
v Boise is bound to make a good show
ing. There are -a number of nearby
towns to contribute to the Sunday and
holiday games, ' such as Nampa, Cald
well, Meridan and others, from which
special excursion rates - have already
been arranged for. ''
-"The excursion feature Is looked upon
as a strong card for Boise and will aug
ment the gate receipts to a degree which
are not obtainable at Ogden, which Is
too close to Salt Lake to be an outside
drawing card.
With Boise there will be four good
states represented and the nucleus of an
interstate league which is bound to grow
in the future.
Mr. Gilbert is busily engaged in train
ing the boys in wrestling, , and it is
I fast becomln g a popular sport When
the weather is inclement it is Just such
work " that the boys, like, and conse
uuently a class is held almost every
night Mr. Gilbert has under considera
tion a proposition to hold . a wrestling
contest wltn Washington Agricultural
college .and the meet may materialise.
The contest will consist of five entries
from each school and will Include men
of all weights. As this will be some
what of a new feature for the schools
of this country, "developments will be
watched with interest
INDIAN MANAGER
SIGNS HIS TEAM
" (Journal Special Serrlee.)
( Spokane, Feb. 10. Charles Rellly,
manager of the Indians, has written to
President Williams of the Spokane base
ball club, stating that he has signed his
team and will arrive in Spokane this
weekJ .. j., -- -." -. '-!
- Eight of the contracts for Spokane
baseball players have been approved' by
President Lucas of the P. N. L., and
they are as follows: William Hogg, W.
J. Carney, George Hanson, Jack Hol
land, Will Dammann, Ike Durrett 8. D.
Loucks and F. Martlnke. -
There are two names in the list whose
acceptance of contracts have not been
mentioned those of Hanson and Mar
tlnke. ' The latter played third base in
20 games last year for Oakland, and is
considered a comer by those who have
watched his work.
Manager Rellly writes that he has
been watching the work of the young
third sacker, and predicts that he will
be the star of the league before the
season is half over. Last .year Mar
tlnke broke into the game and covered
the third base in a satisfactory manner
for the Oakland team. This year a great
deal Is expected of him.
, Rellly Is supposed to be in Seattle at
present, where he wishes to see several
players. He states that he has signed
up a good team and will be ready to play
ball with the best of them when the
season starts. He has Hanson to
catch, Carney, Loucks and Hogg to pitch
and wants to place Holland, Durrett and
Frary in 'the outfield. This will make
a good outer garden. With Rellly and
Martlnke in the infield, the diamond will
luive at least two good men. t
CLUB STOCKHOLDERS'
MEETING TONIGHT
The stockholders of - the Portland
Baseball, association will assemble to
night and come to some arrangement
whereby they will ; effectively dispose
of the club's Indebtedness, presumably
by an assessment
Some of the minor stockholders are
raising a howl about being frozen out
or something to that effect Just how
they can substantiate any freezeout
policy to the deal is hard to understand,
for the club -is In. debt and they are
Just Ss much llablo for Us debts as the
larger stockholders. The coming season
gives promise of being successful both
materially as well as financially, and
the cheaper class of the small fry want
to partake of , the profits without hav
ing, to. stand. - theirshara of. Jas t sea
son's deficit It Is a case' of put up' or
shut up, and the cheap sports as welj
as the others must dig up or get out.
Under the new proposition the Ely
Brothers are to have one-half interest
In the new organisation which Is to be
perfected this evening. With the suc
cessful accomplishment of this pro
gram, baseball Will be launched with
a new Impetus and a successful year
inaugurated. i
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TRAINING
QUARTERS
CXAJCPZOir HAS BUTTLED
BOWST TO HABDSH ZZS MTTSCIES
ton bis comzvo fight with
DATS BULZJrVAW BBITT HAT
IBZT OOXBETT.
(Journal Special Service.) . --. r:
San : Francisco, Feb. 10. Young Cor
bett and Tim McGrath, settled down at
Sheehan's yesterday in preparation-for
the little champion's coming battle with.
Dave Sullivan on the last day of this
month. Corbett took his last look at
things Monday evening, viewing Weber
& Fields' show girls. :
"My last break," he announced, as he
emerged with the crowd..
The. other of the two fighters,' Dave
Sullivan, will adjourn at once to Croli's
to go Into active training. From now
on there will be work for both of them,
not alone to get Into shape, but to make
the weight required; . .
HONEST JOHN GETS' "
MANY NEW JOBS
John - J. McCloskey, umpire-baiter,
good fellow and baseball impresBarlo,
has again changed his location on the
map. - Any one town on this mundane
sphere of ours gets too monotonous for
Honest John, so after each season he
seeks pastures green and new.
John always manages ' to secure a
good town, or if the town is no good, the
foxy John sees to it that some verdant
angel supplies the necessary majuma to
float the club Jn style, for a good part
If not all the seaBon. ;
John evidently has a good thing in
Boise, or he would not be so anxious to
leave Salt Lake. - Salt Lake had a taste
of Lucas ball last season antl perhaps
they were not so anxious tf come
through with the lucre as McCloskey
et al. would have them, so he and his
cohorts cast about for something easier.
One thing about Mac, though, is that
he is a good baseball man and manages
to land somewhere every, year. He is
foxy. V - i. .
TO XSYXYB . A. W.
(Journal Special ferric.) '
. Boston, Fob. 10. The national as
sembly of the League of American
Wheelmen, which began its sessions In
Boston today, is but a faint echo of the
great gathering held here less than a
decade-agOr-when tha-4oncs -i famous
organisation was in the senlth of its
prosperity. Where the old-time as
semblies were attended by hundreds of
delegates representing all parts of the
United States the present gathering is
composed of but" a handful of members
-who-repreaentprlncipally the New York
remnant of the league. . Judging from
talks with the delegates a last effort is
to be made to revive the departed glory
of the league. The New York delegation
is on hand with a new constitution and
by-laws, which, if adopted, will result
in a complete reorganization. - The most
interesting feature of the plan is a pro
vision which alms to recover control of
cycle racing, which was wrested from
the league a few years ago by the Na
tional Cycling association. -
SAXJC3S STAKES AVVOUVCED.
(Jonrnal Special Service.) "'
Salem, Or., Feb. 10. The stakes for
the Salem fair meet were announced
yesterday. , The county exhibit pre
miums remain unchanged. The follow
ing stakes are announced: 12,000 for
2:15 pace, $2,000 for 2:17 trot, $1,000 for
2:12 trot 11,000 for 2:11 pace, $500 for
3-year-old pace, $600 for 3-year-old trot,
$300 added purse for 2-year-old trot
The . closing data of entry for ' these
stakes is May 10.
G. A. Westgate of Albany is superin
tendent of speed department
FOR PROTECTION OP OAKB.
(Journal Special Service.)
Columbus,. Ohio, Feb., 10. The League
Of American Sportsmen, which has for
Its object the better protection of game,
birds and fish, began its sixth annual
meeting in this city today. From Maine
in the east to Washington In the west
nearly every state and territory of the
union has sent delegates, and' two of
the Canadian provinces are likewise rep
resented ' at the meeting. -Discussions
of game laws will occupy most of the
time of the convention. Which will be
in session several days. Z"
BRTTT ARD CORBETT.
Brltt and Corbett may meet after all,
notwithstanding Brlttfs determination
to force the champion into calling off
his bout with Sullivan. The articles
called for a contest this month, but It
may not take place until March. . '
CHAKOR HERXET DATS.
Philadelphia, Feb. 10. It has been de
cided to hold the American Henley re
gatta on Decoration day, May 30, this
year. Instead of in July, aS heretofore.
Teeth
AT CUT RATES
UNTIL MARCH 1, .
The Boston Painless Dentists
Are doing all dental work for cost 'of
material to introduce our late discov
eries and painless methods. EX
TRACTING , FREE. BILVKR FILL
INGS. 86c; GOLD FILLINGS. 75c;
GOLD CROWNS,- $3.00; BRIDGE
WORK, $3.00.
rail Set, Pit Gnarantsed ...... . . . .93.00
-NO-STUDKNTS EMPLOYEDl.-Coras
in at once and take advantage of low
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for TEN YEARS.- -Our late botanical
discovery to apply to the gums for ex
tracting, filling and crowning teeth with
out pain is known and used only by
BOSTON PAINLESS DENTISTS
Corner Fifth and Morrison Streets. En
trance 291ft Morrison, opposite Meier
Frank's. Hours t:30 a. in. to 8. p. m.;
Sundays till 1.
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MULTNOMAH CLUB'S
ANNUAL
MEETING
TIOE-FBESTDEST HEBDMAW 'PRE
SIDES ANS ADDRESSES MEMBERS
OB THE AFFAIRS 07 THB CLUB
DIRECTORS ELECTED WITHOUT
OPPOSITION.
At the annual meeting of the Mult
nomah Amateur Athletic club last even
ing T. Morris Dunne, E. H. Habighorst,
D. T. Koneyman, A. O. Jones, H. W.
Kerrigan and W. A. Robb were elected
directors without opposition. It was
stated in Tho Journal two days ago that
the opposition had died away and not
withstanding a large crowd attended
the meeting. . H. H. Herdman preaided
in place of Mr. Frael. wh was absent
and gave .an account of tCe affairs of
the association, besides numerous sug
gestions relating to its financial opera
tion. "The Wisard of the Nile" and foot
ball under George McMillan's manage
ment were the very successful venture
of last season. The question of lncreas
ing the membership to 1,000 in order to
help, raise' the necessary money to pay
oft . the club's indebtedness was dis
cussed.; : ,. ': V, i..',:t s .;: ; :'-. '-.
The financial condition of the club,'
says Mr. Herdman, "is far-from satis
factory, but it is by no means hopeless,
We have gone through . some , trying
time's, and there are still more ahead of
us. But by the grace of God, and an
increase of Multnomah spirit among the
members, we shall come out all right in
the end. There seems to be an ; imt
presslon that we are in a bad way. Let
me correct that. We were never-in bet
ter condition. - Here are the figures:
"Of our original debt of $53,000 for the
building and grounds, drawing Interest
at 6 per cent we have paid oft since
1899. $17,000. We have also paid over
$10,000 in interest We have left a
debt of $41,000 to pay off. $4,000 this
coming year and the $37,000 balance be
fore 1910. Instead of a debt of $58,000
then, we have one of $41,000. But, you
say, we have reached o ur critical year,
So we have, but instead of having a debt
of several thousand dollars between, us
and it we have the debt behind us. We
have met every .other payment as it be
came due, and we will meet this. ,
L "Next year we have the sum of $8,255
to pay, $4,000 on the mortgage and the
balance on the 'interest'
BUSY TIMES AT
POULTRY EXHIBIT
' The Judging of poultry at the exhibit
of the Oregon State. Poultry association
show is progressing favorably, and
Judge McClave is enthusiastic over the
high class of the exhibits. Among the
birds on show are a black Langshan
cock and hen belonging to Frank Fen
wick of Mt. Tabor. Mr. Fenwick has
exhibited these birds at Chicago and
succeeded in capturing the first prise
with them at that exhibition. ,
.The White Plymouth Bocks constitute
as fine a variety of that kind as can be
found in the west'"-.- -. -,'
The black tail Japanese bantam is a
unique specimen, and is exhibited by a
fancier from Woodburn, vr.
Among the finest exhibitions at the
show is Gene Simpson's collection .of
nrlse Leghorns, in colors, buff, brown
and white. Mr. Simpson is a resident of
Corvallis, and is an enthusiastic poultry
breeder, and hls collection of bull Leg
horns is one of the handsomest ever
seen here, and are said to be among the
finest in the country. Mr, Simpson has
been successful in many poultry shows
on the coast. '
There is a collection of Light Brah
mas on exhibition which tip the scales
at from 8 pounds for the smallest
hen to 13 pounds for the largest cock,
and as there are some eight or nine
birds in the collection, they attract con
slderable notice.
Pigeon fanciers will do well to see the
exhibit of Pouters, Fantalls and the sev
eral other varieties on exhibition.
The awards .of yesterday and today
will not be announced until later.
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JTEW TORR DOO SHOW. '
(Journal Special Serrloe.)
New York, Feb. 10. With the largest
entry list on record the I8th annual
bench show of the Westminster Kennel
club opened in Madison Square Garden
under auspicious circumstances. The
show, from present indications, will be
the most successful ever held In this
country. The total number of thorough
bred canines on exhibition Is 2,493, and
every breed known to fanciers is in
cluded in the list. The entries came
from every section of the united States
and Canada and from several countries
of Kurope. The exhibits of hounds, St
Bernards and mastiffs are particularly
notable, and the smaller variety of lap
helms, are also much Jn evidence. ; ,
Eastern and California races by di
rect wires. We accept commissions by
"phone on abeve races rrom respon
bIIiIa nartlen. We also receive commis
sions for all leading sporting events in
any part or the world, at roruana uiuo,
130 i'lrtn street.
ORIENT IS USING
AMERICAN PAINTS
"The sale of paints and oils in the
Orient," remarked T. D, Woolley, a local
paint man, at the Imperial last evening.
"Is rapidly- proving a paying Dusmess,
It was only a few years ago that such
stuff as gravel and tar were about the
only materials used In the far east n
preserving buildings and roofs. . It is
surprising, the rapidity with which the
yellqw and brown men -are becoming
'Americanised' and adopting ..the cus
toms of the Caucasian. The war will
have little effect on the paint and oil
trade. My house has Just sent a repre
sentative to Shanghai to open a branch
store, and we hope to do a good Oriental
business.'. !:
- "All kinds of building materials are
being shipped from this country across
the Pacific, and American shingles and
lumber go into more than one cottage
and building of the Orientals."
It Means Much For You. .
If you can so ; keep ' . your- ' perfect
strength that you oan perform vyour
dally tasks . without feeling like col
lapsing then you ought to be happy. If
you can't then: you' need Sexlne Pius,
the tonlo that makes any man or woman
strong. They cost , only $1 a box, six
boxes., ton $5 i.Theyar.a jsold.-by.-J.A-Clemenson,-
druggist,- corner Second, and
Yamhill streets, Portland, Or. A $5
treatment of Sexine Pills is worth any
other $26 or $50 treatment : ,
' Journal friends and ' readers, when
traveling on trains to and from Port
land, should ask news agents for The
Journal and insist upon being supplied
with this paper, reporting all failures In
obtaining it to the office-nf publication,
addressing The Journal, Portland. Or.
TELEPIiOKE ; WILL
BE A THEATRE
BXLXEYXD HEX OWWEB3 ABE COK-
TEMF&ATXXO PUTTING THB VES
SEL OH HUH BETWEEN POBT
XVAHD AJTD CASCADE LOCKS AS
PLEASURE CBAPT. - - -
A report is being circulated along the
water front that the steamer Telephone
will soon go In commission between
Portland and Cascade Locks. It is said
her owners are contemplating the in
auguration of a unique system in con
nection with her operation. A new idea
for this section of the country will be
introduced. . ,
According to those who believe they
are informed as to what the future
movements of the boat will be, shells
to be operated as a pleasure 'craft and
the following plan is said to have been
evolved: ' : ' ., .-. ;- :".Y. ;;-.;f
Instead - of carrying passengers and
collecting the; usual fares, no price at
all will be charged. As a substitute
for fares a vaudeville entertainment
will, be given on board and the passen
gers' will be asked to contribute a cer
tain amount toward its support A con
tinuous entertainment Will be- in prog-'
ress aurtpg the entire round trip. .The
steamer will leave Portland at about 8
o'clock In the morning and return early
In the afternoon. ,,,--,'
This: plan is not altogether - an ex
periment as it has been tried success
fully in the East. The greatest travel
on the river boats during the summer
months, - Steamboat- men say, Is done
principally by people who are in search
of diversion of some sort
The; Telephone is still lying at the
foot of Ash street on the eaBt side of
the river, .where she has been, moored
ever since her completion' last fall. She
Is owned by the Arrow Navigation com
pany. ' :-
: The steamer Charles R. Spencer has
been lengthened (Tut 30 feet and the
carpenter work on her is practically
nnisnea. - - a new snait ror her is ex
pected to arrive soon from the East,
and it is believed that she will ready
to again resume her run to The Dalles
by the middle of next month. At this
end of. th line she will be operated
from the foot of Washington street in
stead of at the Oak-street dock, as was
done before.
jrasoonsr sazbthzh. .
Platteville, Wis., Feb. 10. There was
a large ana representative attendance
today at the opening of the 32d annual
convention of the Wisconsin Dairymen's
association. An address by ex-Gov. -W.
Di-Hoard, one of the foremost authori
ties on dairying in the country,' was the
feature of the opening day. Speakers to
be heard tomorrow and Friday . include
C. P. Goodrich of Ft Atkinson, C. L.
Everett of Racine, Dr. H. L. Russell of
Madison and Dr. A D. Peters of Ne
braska. A large exhibit of dairy pro
ducts is being held in connection with
the meeting. ,
' VXB. HOBDIOA'S OEHEXOSTTT. -
Chicago, Feb. 10. Mme. Nordica has
arranged to give a song recital at the
Auditorium this evening, part of the
proceeds of 'which will go -toward re
lieving the suffering among professional
women left destitute by the closing of
the Chicago theatres. The boxes have
A Real Paife
WITH "BARGAIN SALES" THE HUE AND CRY, BETTER
GIVE THE MATTER SERIOUS CONSIDERATION BEFORE DE
CIDING WHERE TO INVEST. YOUR INTERESTS WILL BE BEST
SERVED BY PATRONIZING A FIRM WITH AN ESTABLISHED
REPUTATION AS MANUFACTURERS AND DISTRIBUTORS OF
ALL THAT IS NEWEST AND BEST IN WEARABLES FOR MAN
AND BOY. INVESTIGATE .THE EXTRAORDINARY INDUCE
MENTS WE OFFERi
DARGALN No. 1
500 Pairs S. W. M. Pants
Made from worsteds and all wool tweeds in seasonable
weights and colorings. Hairline, medium and fashion
ably wide stripes. Our finest lines prioed regularly at
$4.00, $4.25, $4.50 and $5.00,. extra special at, the pair,
$3.35
BARGAIN No. 2
Every Remaining Pair
Of our finest hand-tailored. Trousers, fit and style equal
to custom made, wide hip effect, priced regularly at
$6.00, $6.50, $7.00 and $7.50, extra special at the pair,
$5.00
THESE ARE ABSOLUTELY THE BEST VALUES IN THE
CITY. ,
Ask for the "Roberts' $3.00 Hat
Spring Styles now in We are Sole Agents
' "Stronsest Overcoat IIc-433 ia the tizt 3"
C5-0r Third Street, kctvccn Ctrrk i C
-3' l. i
" ;-;; '
Dr. W, Norton Davis.
IN A WEEK
We treat successfully all private,
nervous and. chronic diseases, also
blood, stomach, heart, liver, kidney
and ; throat troubles. We cure
Syphilis (without mercury) to stay
cured forever, ; in thirty to sixty
days. We remove STMCTUILE, with
out operation or pain, in fifteen days.
We cure Gonorrhoea in A WEEK.
The doctors ot this institute are .
all . regular graduates, have had
many years' experience, have been
known in Portland for . 15 years, .
have a reputation to, maintain, and
will undertake no" case unless cer
tain a cure can be effected. .,'
We Guarantee a cure in every case we
undertake or"' charge no fee. onsulta--tlon
free. Letters . confidential. BOOK
FOR MEN mailed free in plain wrapper.
DR. W. NORTON DAVIS & CO.
145 Mi
Sixth. Street, Portland.
- Corner Alder.
Oregon,
mineral Springs
OPEN THB TEAR ROUND.
Cases of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Ca
tarrh of Head and Stomach, Gout Rheu
matism and ALL blood diseases taken
under a guarantee to be cured in a spa-,
ciftsd time or all expenses, including
railway fare both ways, refunded.
These waters renovate the entire sys
tem and remove almost every disease.
Send EOo for a bottle of rlomach and
catarrh salt ,
Round-trip tickets at re4cM rates.
Inquire of any Southern Pacific railroad
agent
TUSCAN MINERAL SPRINGS C0S?n
'.Tuscan Springs, OaL
Bellen, manager.
Prank 9.
all been taken by the leading women of
society. Tomorrow Mme. Nordica will
return east to commence her series of
Wagner recitals In New York and other"
cities, i; :' ::- :
BUBE CUBE TOB PH.ES.
Itching piles produce moisture and
cause
itching, this lorm. as wen aa
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles are
cured by Dr. Bo-san-ko's Pile Remedy.
Stops itching and bleeding. Absorbs tu
mors. 60c a jar, at druggists, or sent
by mall. Treatise free. Write me about
your case. Dr. Bosanko, Phll'a, Pa.
TUSCAN