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THE OKEGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENITSrG. FEBRUARY 19, 1904.
LATEST WITH THE
LEWIS AND CLARKS
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The Lewis and Clark bowling . team
took revenge on the Portlands last night,
beating them three straight games,
winning the series by 21S pins.'"
Neither team did much the first game,
as they all seemed unable to locate the
head pin, but the Lewis and Clarke had
the better of It, winning by 98 pins.
In the second game both teams bracedJ
up a little but did not appear to be in
their usual form. However, the Lewis
and Clarks added 43 more pins to their
lead. . ' -
' In the third game the Portlands made
a strong effort to pull up but at no time
were they within gunshot of winning1
. the game.' . ...
High Scores were so few that, in the
last game the proprietor of the alleys
offered a dollar for every 200 score that
was made but no one was able to win it.
llammel and McMenomy made a brave
attempt, each having more than 100
pins In the first half of the game, but
could not make good In the last half.
Joe Oalllard did the nicest work of the
evening, bowling his usual steady game
and winning the box of cigars given for
the highest score, with B10 pins. Keat
ing was a close second, with 606 plns,
McMenomy, for the Portland, . and Ca
pon, for the Lewis and Clarks, did ex
The scores were:
Lewis and Clark
Watklns . ........ .19
Galllard . 169
llammel , 119
Totals 766 842 8332421
Portland (1) (2) . 3-Total.
Mysmlth 118 189 126 382
Kelly . . , 97 177 169 483
Otte . . 121 143 121 385
Keating 177 172 166 605
McMenomy ,.155 168 178 501
Totals 668 79 , 7392206
STAR ENTRIES FOR
THE FAIR HANDICAP
(Journal Special. Serric.) .
St. Louis, Feb. 19. A compilation of
the entries to the fair grounds stakes
for the coming year shows that every
prominent owner In the west will race
here during the season.
In the World's Fair handicap, which
has closed with 51 eligible, mpjt of
the prominent eastern stables wl be
represented. The closing of the entries
shows that there are 1,149 nominations
to the' fair grounds' fixed events, as
against 8 4 5- nominations the previous
year. The total value Of , the added
money events Is 1103,000, a record for
St Louts tracks. s-
The World's Fair handicap, valued at
850,000, will be run on June 25, and will
be the richest race Of the year. The
weights will be announced March 15.
Following is a complete list of the nomi
nations: McChesney. Hermls, Africander, Irish
Lad. The Picket, Savable, Runnells. Ort
Wells. Lord of the Vale, Gold Heels.
Bugler, Fenjan, Aceful. Dick Welles,
Bernays, Six Shooter. Injunction, Mo
ha rib. Judge Pines, Linguist, Contend.
Iifk, Wilful. Monastic, Connecticut, Fly
ins: TorDedo. Callant. Imp. McOee. Otis.
Deutschland. Red Raven, Comrade. By
ron Rose, Flower King, Haxlewood.
Sambo, Terra Flrma, Harding, Bear
catcher, Ed Tierney, Peter Paul, Colonial
Qlrl. Old Stone, Batts, Emporium, Ed
gardov Pathmaster, Don Domo, Banter,
. RINGLER'S TEAM
The Tigers are victorious again. Ring'
ler's boys were not In It last night in the L
game Deiween me iwo leame., piayea on
the association floor. The Tigers played
all around their opponents and seemed
in nnnnifl ins nan him nnmit an thv
pleased, scoring basket after basket. In
fact they are so skillful in passing the
ball, and tossing baskets, and are so
lively on their feet that the "R's" are
not In their class at all. ' At the end of
the first half the score stood 14 to 2
in favor of the Tigers, and the final
score was 22 to. 8 in their favor. .After
the game was over Rlngler remarked
that the Tigers were certainly wonders.
'(Journal Special Serric. I
Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 19. Those two
bitter rivals of the roped arena, "Kid"
Carter and George Gardner, the ex
light heavyweight champion, are to
clash again Irt the squared circle here
tonight and the result of the bout is
awaited with keen Interest in sporting
circles. The bout will, be pulled off be
fore the Milwaukee Boxing club and will
be a six-round affair.
Gardner and Carter have met four
times and the first named has been the
victor on each occasion. Carter Is in
splendid shape for the present contest,
however, and expresses confidence in his
ability to win over the Lowell man,
particularly In a short fight.
" 4 IT OITLT BEPMBEM.
The Baker City Democrat wants' to
know if the city If represents ha lost
nil of its old-time baseball enthusiasm.
"All around us," say that paper, "in
every town of importance east and west
of us, baseball Interest is on the revive
and the popular game promisesto have
an inning in 1904 that . will .create
greater enthusiasm than ever.
"Old fans have been considering the
matter of an Inland Empire league, tak
ing in the . towns of Baker City, La
Grande, Pendleton and perhaps others.
It is a good suggestion and now if the
proper persons will take the leadership
the proposition will be made a go." -
AKB-EBBX&T , BTTS HSBAES. :'
, William H. Catlln, the horseman, has
just sold to Reginald Vanderbllt his
high-stepper, Herald. : The price paid,
wan IK.nilO. Herald la 1SU Viand hlc-h H
Vanderbiit Intends to secure a sifting of
high-steppers. . . I ,
GRIFFITH DISLIKES .
' PITCHING MACHINES
"X see that some of the colleges are
going to use pitching machines for the
spring practice ths season." said Clark
Griffith the other day. ?'l am tempted
to grin, for the very mention of a pitch
ing machine 'makes me think of the
story Ted Sullivan tells of the one. tried
out at Tale. This machine, after send
ing in about , one ball It was loaded
with .144 . regulation spheres-Mskewed
around' on its pedestal and began send
ing Its freight straight at the professor
who had Invented It, and who was stand
ing near first base. The professor flew
for the fence, but ran In a straight line
and was hit 143 times before he got to
HONEST". JOHN PAYS
PORTLAND A VISIT
J.ohn F. ; McCloskey, sometimes re
ferred to as "Honest" John, spent sev
eral hours yesterday in Portland. Mc
Closkey came down from Boise City on
his way to Seattle, and during his short
sojourn in this city entertained friends
with stories of the excellency of his
new town from, a baseball standpoint.
"Honest" John also paid his compli
ments to Dugdale, whom he blames for
the disruption of the Lucas bubble last
year, and says that the Paciflo Nationals
would have been running yet if the
Seattle "cherub" had posted his $1,000
forfeit money, as was done by the other
clubs.' .Mac. says. that' ha,. l'ilte,stPofrt-
land better than any other town .(Boise
excepted), and paid Fred Ely a high
compliment on his baseball ability. He
expressed a wish, that Ely would have
every success here and hoped that Port
land would have a prosperous season.
McCloskey left last night for Seattle,
where he is to hold a conference with
ONE CHANCE AT JIM
Bob Fitisimmons is surely after the
cash these days and he wants to get it
quick. A few days ago he was asked by
a St. Lojals interviewer:
"What Is your business here?"
"To get the coin." he replied.
"Then you may start a saloon.
"I'll start anything that's profitable"
Bald the business-like man of the ring.
Then Bob drifted into the stagnant
seas of has-beens and said tha If he
could only get another ngnt witn uor
lett he would be happy as a clam at
"If I can get that fight with him, then
I will quit the ring for good. I don't
like the prize ring and If I can get a
good business that will turn me over, a
few dollars I will go Into It. Only dogs
should fight, not men." added Bob, "but
then we air have to have a living."
(Journal Special Serric.)
San FranciBco, Feb. 19. Favorites
were not in evidence yesterday, Edu
ardo being-the only one to score. Sum
mary: Five and a half furlongs, selling Sir
Preston won, Bard Burns second, Maud
Miller third; time, 1:08.4.
Three and a half furlongs, selling
Eduardo' won, Mongregor second. Cardi
nal 8arto third; time, 0:42H.
One mile, purse Oorgalette won,
Grafter second. Leader third; time, 1:42.
Seven furlongs, selling Boutonntere
won. Decoy second, Dandy Bell third;
Six furlongs, selling Hipponax won,
Amasa second, Constellator third; time,
Mile and a quarter, selling Byroner
dale won, Hortorr, second, Frank Woods
third; time, 2:084.
At Ascot Park.
Los Angeles, Feb. 19. Hlldebrand
again distinguished himself by landing
two more winners yesterday. Results:
One mile, selling Metlakatla won,
Doris second, Inaugurator third; time,
Six furlongs, selling Colonel Bogey
won, Gentle Harry second. Durbar third;
Six and a half furlongs, selling
Nanon won, Athelrose second. Miss Net
tie third; time, 1:26.
Seven furlongs, handicap C. B. Camp
bell won. Bragg-second, Glorlosa third;
One mile, selling Ultruda won. Henry
Clay Rye second, BlurMge third; time,
Six and a half furlongs, selling J. V.
Klrby won, Emshee second. Military
third; time, 1:25.
At Hew Orleans.
New Orleans, Feb. 19. Crescent City
Seven furlongs Trogon won, Ralph
Young second. The Brown Monarch
third; time, 1:28 3-6.
One mile and one-sixteenth Benjamin
won. Eclectic second. Prodigal Son third;
time, 1:48 1-6.
Five and one-half furlongs Presenta
tion won, Our Ltllie second, Tim Kley
third; time, 1:07.
One mile and one-sixteenth Gravlna
won. Lee King second, Miss Melton
third; time, 1:47.-
Six furlongs, selling Vestry won, Ar
achne second. Bud Embry third; time,
One mile Bummer II won, Count 'Em
Out second, Macbeth third; time, 1:41.
V. Or O. AI"TE ALb-STABS.
Eugene. Or., Feb. 1 Manager Bor
den of the University of Oregon basket
ball" team Is in correspondence with the
"V. M. C. A. All-Stars of Portland with
the view of arranging for a game be
tween the tw"-teams to be played here
some time next week. The All-Stars
are to make a tour of the valley and
desire a game with the local team.
HO BASKETBALL OAKS.
Owing to the action of the Stanford
ethletlo committee, . there will be no
basketball game between the Stanford
California teams. The Stanford com
mittee refuses to place basketball on the
list of regular Inter-oollegiate -, cham
pionship sports. X
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 leadtnar sportlnar events in
any part of the world, at Portland Club,
130 Fifth street.
' "I never saw anything quite' as fierce
as that, but I did have one experience
with a pitching gun, and I don't care for
any more. - A fellow who had Invented
one brought It around to show me, and
set it up in a vacant lot. I put on a big
glove and essayed to catch a few. Just
to see how the thing worked. The first
ball came four times faster than Rusle
ever '.threw one. Nobody oould have
stopped the leather, let alone catch it.
Right through my hands It went and
sing against my chest. I dropped, the
breath whacked right out of me, nd as
I was getting up, whoosh comes another
Just gracing my hair. I lay down and
rolled out of range. Never again for me
not in a hundred years!"
HARDWARE MEN AT
Y. M. C. A. TONIGHT
The hardware employes will give a
reception this evening at the Toung
Men's Christian association rooms. At
8 o'cloqk music and games in the parlors
will be the opening program and art 9
O'clock baseball in the gymnasium. The
event of the evening will be the game
between the teams representing the
Honeyman Hardware company and the
Marshall-Wells company. Both teams
are confident of victory and an exciting
contest may be looked for. The rivalry
is keen, yet friendly, and whichever
team wins will have earned the victory.
The teams will lineup as follow:
Marshall-Wells. Positions. Honeyman.
Studler. ...... . . ,C. . . . .Dave Honeyman
Backus ....P Martin
C. Hall 1 B Carrott
Skuce.... 2 B Gammle
E. Hall ...3 B Wolem
Hey wood S S Sohrader
Watklns 8 8 McBlssolln
Seavers L F Zachrlsson
Thompson. RF...r McClaln
(Journal Special Serrlet.)
Roseburg, Or., Feb. 19. In a warmly
contested game at the armory of troop
A. the Roseburg high school girls de
feated Lebanon in a game of basketball
last evening by a score of 7 to 4. It was
a fast and well played game from be
ginning to end, and the. Lebanon girls
displayed their superior team work by
keeping the ball in their territory more
than two thirds of the time, but owing
to Roseburg's excellent guarding were
unable to score. The lineup was as
Roseburg. . Lebanon.
Benedict Forward Reed
Black . . . ; Forward Mayer
carter. Center. .Booth (Capt.)
Carter .Guard Booth
Jewett (Capt.) Guard.. Miller
Referee John Townsend of Roseburg.
Umpire E. BarnesNf Albany. Baskets
from fouls Roseburg three, alt by
Black; Lebanon, two, both by Reed.
After the game the girls of the Leba
non basketball team tendered their Rose
burg visitors a reception at the I .O. O.
F. hall. A number of guests were in
vited and the guests were entertained" in
a unique manner. '
OPENING DAY OF
(Journal Special Serrlee.)
' New York, Feb. 19. Judging from In
dications at today's opening, the tenth
annual sportsmen's show will be the
most successful of any yet held. Step
ping Inside Madison Square Garden the
visitor finds himself in a realistic re
production of .a wild, mountain country,
with sparkling streams gushing out of
the hillside and tumbling down the
rocks into the spacious "lake which
covers a large area of the big amphi
theatre. To the allied exhibits of the
Canadian guides, both of Quebec and
Ontario, and to the Hudson Bay com
pany more than 100 running feet of
floor space have been given, and the re
sult is a magnificent display of Canada's
resources for the tourist, the hunter,
and the fisherman. Montana, Colorado,
Idaho, Wyoming and the Rockies In the
west have sent typical exhibits, and one
of the interesting competitive features
of the show will be contests between
the guides of these sections In saddling,
ofT-saddllng and packing horses. The
exhibit of trophies of big game hunting
and fishing trips is an interesting one.
and Includes those of some of the most
prominent sportsmen in the country.
Facing the elevated promenade in the
exhibit section, along both sides of the
garden, every conceivable- article of
camp equipment) and sportsmen's sup
ply is shown. -J -
OF ALBANY MEET
(Journal Special Service.)
Albany, Or., Feb. 19. The Albany
Driving club met at the office of Sheriff,
Huston last evening to hear the report
of the soliciting committee. Although
only one day had been spent among the
business men the sum of $349.60 was
subscribed, which will probably be
doubled. After considerable discussion
the matter of arranging for surveying
and grading the track and building
stalls was left to a committee consist
ing of Worth Huston, Frank Sklpton
and Dr. B. D. Wells, who will confer
with M. K. Thompson, the manager of
the new track. The horsemen are very
itmnusiajui; hiiu ins lucuuun 01 ins
1 course near the city limits will make
it popular with the drivers. W. It
Hogan is president and Dr. A. J. Hodges
Is secretary and treasurer of the new
BJXEIABD PLATEBS XATCXBD.
W. H. Catton, the greatest three
cushion billiard player In' the world. Is
matched to meet Frank Austin of Kan
sas City at St. Louis at a near date.
Austin is a great bank shot player.
With the players at St. Louis will be
Frank Day, Clem Ellison, Horgan and
Nolan. . . .
STAB VXiATEB ILL.
William P. Slocovich, the great Yale
football player ts dangerously 111 at
the California hotel, - San Francisco,
with a second attack of appendicitis.
AAAjbr ArUaaa... kkkkk.
Managers of the Schlllers.. Team That
Will Bowl the Lawrence Team Tonight,
OGDEN AND HELENA
MAY BE TAKEN IN
(Journal Special Service. )
Spokane. Fob. 19. There is now a
proposition on foot to complete the or
sanitation of the baseball association at
Ogden, Utah, reorganize the old Helena
company and put both towns In the Pa
ciflo National league, now that if has
been strengthened by Boise, Idaho. The
scheme Is McCloskey's and ha been sub
mitted to President Lucas for approval.
The president has as yet given no at
tention to the proposition, as he has
plenty of time in which to consider it.
McCloskey is strongly in favor of tak
ing the two towns in, basing his plans
upon tho strength which he confidently
expects Boise will develop financially
and in a baseball way, and which will
give the league four sure towns.
President W. H. Lucas of the Pacific
National Baseball league has left for
Tacoma, in response to a telegram say
ing that his 14-year-old daughter Roxle
was worse from her attack of blood
poisoning. President Clyde H. Williams of the
Spokane team said today that there is
nothing to the talk of getting Helena
and Ogden into the P. N. L. and making
a six-club league. Williams Is opposed
to the move, both for financial reasons
and for the good of the game. He be
lieves the present circuit is better, and
that the teams will draw larger crowds
as they are now scheduled.
Mr. Williams believes that Helena and
Ogden would detract from -the strength
of the league, Instead of adding , to it.
As it Is nbw, the league is a compact
one and the towns are without exception
good ball towns. There will be no help
needed for. any of them and the best
season In the Northwest Is promised for
Manager1 Rell! y says that even last
year when the Los Angeles team was In
Helena that town was unable to get out
a crowd -sufficiently large to pay ex
penses, and that there is little chance
to better conditions.
HAS BEEN FORMED
(Jonrnal 8peclal Serric.)
Spokane, Feb. 19. Boise has fully or
ganized a baseball association, and at a
meeting of the stockholders held there
the following were elected directors:
John McMillan, Walter R. 8ebree, John
M. Haines,. J. E. Clinton and W. R. Klv
ett The association is incorporated with a
capital stock of $25,000. The original
amount of $10,000 was oversubscribed,
and for this reason the capitalization
An assessment of 6 per cent was made
on the stockholders to cover expenses
and the $1,000 guarantee, as well as pro
vide advance money and uniforms for
the players. The stockholders have also
arranged to give a ball February 26, the
proceeds of which will go to the ex
TO BEPOBT nBST OT AJTBIL.
(Journal Special SorTloe.)
Spokane, Feb. 19. The players on the
Spokanei baseball club have been ordered
to report here for duty April 1. and they
will then go to their training place,
presumably Walla Walla. - All details
have not yet been made for the stay
of the team at Walla Walla, but ar
rangements will probably be completed
within a few days.
For : Sale by WOODARD, CLARKE tSl
J. A. I HORAN
MRS. IIEGELE WINS
KOBTBLY nils GOES TO OKATOB
PLAYEB A7TEX IWTEBESTIBO
COBTE8T THE BCOBES MADE BY
THE BOWLEBS ABE COWSEDEBED
-AS TAZB. . .
The monthly - bowling, medal at the
Multnomah club was won yesterday by
Mrs. Hegele. ' The play was full of In
terest and although Mrs. Hegele was the
scratch she put up a remarkably clever
game and won out The names of the
bowlers, handicaps and scores are
.: ' . Hd. T.
Mrs. Hegele...; 40. 23 50 JO 0 133
Miss Unna.....29 17 18 18 24 103
Mrs. Martin.... 28 25 I 15 IS 96
Miss Juston:.'..17 2 14 25 24 10
Miss Venator... 3 3 32 80 17 . IS 128
Mrs. Francis.., 2 9 27 28 25 12 121
Mrs.. Dewey. ...16 18 18 19 86 107
Miss Lynch.. ..16 21 1424 36 111
The next contest for the woman's
medal will be held on. the third Wed
nesday in March.
Jay Andrews left yesterday. :
Going to paint the fence Brown.
And - the grass ' grows long around
Castro Is his name, not Castorla.
"With Beck" on second, everything
rolling that way will be cheese for him.
The whole Portland team has, taken
the pledge this season.
Jack and Bob wentsup the hill
To fetch a pall from which to sip;
Jack fell down and smashed his frown
And Bob got off to get his whip.
A Lion as president of the Portland
Brons ought certainly to have a team
Mr. Ely's brother Ben decided yester
day that too many ladles' days would
Interfere with home duties, and for this
reason Is In favor of a tariff, for women
Jack Hlckey has accepted terms with
Cleveland and will leave Seattle in a
few weeks for San Antonio,. Tex., where
Armour's team Is to practice.
Jesse Stovall Is still holding out for
more money from Cleveland, and states
positively that he will play In Everett
rather than go to Cleveland for what
they want to give him. Stovall thinks
that his record of five wins and(one de
feat while with that club last' season
entitles him to more money.
Harry Lumley "may yet play with
Parko Wilson during the coming season.
rs a hitch has arisen ln the deal
whereby he was to go to Brooklyn.
According to program, Lewis Castro
in to leave Baltimore today for the
Browns' training quarters at Bakers
Mike Fisher Is now trying to land
young Emerson, the crack 'Frisco a ma
teur, for his Tacoma pitching staff.
OBALLEHOB ANY TBAK.
The following self-explanatory notice
was posted on the bulletin board at the
Multnomah club yesterday:
"We, the undersigned, considering
ourselves the four best bowlers In this
institution, feel that we should teach the
poorer bowlers some of the fine points of.
the game, and to that end, we hereby
challenge any old or young aggregation
to bowl a series of four games for the
'Hoysters.' etc. Ball's team Is not ex
cepted. Respectfully and daringly.
T. M. DUNNE, Capt.,'
"N. C. ZAN.
"A. T. BALDWIN,
"F. C. FORD."
WBESTX.EB, OOTCK OBTS A KATCX.
(Hear at Special Serricc.)
Belllngham. Wash.. Feb. 19. Frank
A. Gotch of this city, who recently won
the world's- champlonsnlp from Tom
Jenkins, Is matched to wrestle Hunkey
Hlnes, the well-known heavyweight, at
this place on February 24.
BOWLXBO) TEAMS MEET TOBIOXT.
The Schlllers and the George Law
rences are to bowl tonight on the Port
land alleys for the city championship.
The Schlllers have been strengthened
and a -closely-contested game is ex
pected. BTABTEB BOLTMAB TO BEUAIX.
Starter Holtman will remain In Cali
fornia, having declined the $10,000 offer
of Carmody to start at the Union park
track,. St. Louis.
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blood, stomach, heart, liver, kidtfey
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out operation or pain, in fifteen days.
We cure Gonorrhoea IN A WEEK.
. The doctors of this institute are
all regular graduates, have had
many years' experience, have been
known in Portland for 15 years,
hive fa 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.
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IWtt Sixth Street, Portland, Oregon,
, (Journal Special SerTlce.)
Baker City, Feb. 19. There have been
a number of snow slides in the moun
tains contiguous to Baker City this win
ter, but perhaps the most disastrous
were' the two slides which occurred last
Monday in the United Elkhorn district.
about 16 miles from Baker City to the
Northwest. These two slides occurred
between 9 and 10 o'clock Monday night.
The news was brought to Baker City
today by Foreman H. M. McGregor of
the Chloride mine, who reported the
facts to Superintendent Armstrong.
The first slide started high up on the
mountain and came down directly over
the Chloride mine, carrying everything
before it. Including the motor and power
houses, compressors and blacksmith
shop. All the other buildings at the
mine were swept away by the heavy
avalanche Which piled up mountains
high. Fortunately, the boardinghouse is
situated some little distance away from
the mine and it escaped destruction;
otherwise there would have been heavy
loss of life. The snow carried down
with It huge trees, broken limbs, stones,
rocks and boulders and burled every
thing in Us path 30 feet deep. It is
supposed that the Maxwell mine, a
neighboring property, is also badly dam
aged, but the extent of the injuries to
that property could not be learned. Tho
Oelser-Hendryx property was also buried
under 30 feet of snow, but it is not
Known how badly it is damaged. '
The second snow slide occurred In
the gulch below the Chloride. The slide
waa 2,600 feet in width and covered all
the ground from Anderson's cabin to
the corner of EUertson's farm. Snow
was piled high everywhere and consid
erable damage was done to different
ranches and buildings. All the tele
phone lines In that entire section were
broken down. It is estimated that the
damage done to the Chloride property
alone is $5,000. and i it will be months
before operations In those properties can
oe resumed. .
Brw Osmpany Tormed.
Articles of Incorporation were filed
yesterday in County Clerk Combs' office
incorporating the Oregon Sand Lime
Brick company. The incorporators are:
M. F. Bennett, E. E. Angell, Louis Som
mer and William Bennett. The capital
stock Is $25,000. and the principal place
of business is named as Baker City.
The aims and objects of this company
Were fully explained In the columns of
The Journal a few days ago upon the re
turn of Mr. Angell from the east. , Mr.
Angell has discovered and perfected a
process for manufacturing out of pecu
liar material found in abundance in
Baker county a special brick for orna
mental purposes and heavy foundations,
which has the appearance-of granite and
which have peculiar value to architects
and builders. These brick weigh Hi
pounds each and will All a long felt want
in future building operations in this
community. Mr. Angell is now In Port
land figuring with contractors there and
he Intimated some time ago that he
might erect a plant in that city, Induce
ments having been offered him to that
Preferred Stock Canned Ooods.
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AWAITING LOW WATER
Owing to the high water river steam
ers are unable to pass through the locks
at Oregon City, and as a consequence
several boats have gone out of commis
sion ' temporarily. The Pomona Is tied
up at Canemah waiting for the river to
fall and the Altona is lying at Portland.
The Leona Is the only steamer of the
Oregon City Transportation company's
fleet that is being operated. She is run
ning from points on the upper Willam
ette carrying wheat to the Corvallis
Elmore and Modoe, owned by the
O. R. N. Co., are also compelled to
lie Idle for a few days. It is believed
that the steamers will be able to resume
their runs in a day or two. If the river
falls to a sufficient extent to permit the
locks to be operated "the several boa to
will probably leave up stream on sched
ule time tomorrow.
In the meantime the towns and settle
ments along the Willamette are obliged
to get along the best they can without
cprumzn with bbtdob.
While attempting to pass through the
draw of the Morrison street bridge yes
terday afternoon the steam schooner Q.
C. Llndauer bumped into the pier.
Aside from a board or two being torn
from the bridge there was no damage
done. The schooner , made three at
tempts before she was successful in get
ting through, the third time backing
. aa . l - , tm a . .
auwn. xiaiuu uit cue urius;e was ueiayea
about three quarters of an hour.
ATTEX. DEFEATED XXXKASir.
( Jonrnal Special Service.) '
Chicago, Feb. 19. -Abe Attel of San
Francisco defeated Kid Hermann of Chi
cago in a six-round go last evening.
Attel wss given the decision.
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