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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 21,". 1304.
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A photo-of the latest dare-devil feat
of the trick bicyclists showing how the
rider, after coming down the incline at
the rear. Is carried by the Impetus thus
grained, over the intervening gap where
; the slightest unsteadiness would result
In serious injury, ,
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The "CaBtro fund" made a big Jump
this morning when good friends sent in
over $256 to The Journal office. The fund
Is now over 1500, and. the Interest is
btronger than ever in the raising of the
' money. High, officials of the Portland
.street railway, and city and suburban
railway companies swelled the sum sev
eral hundred dollars and other loyal
fans added their share, The loyalty of
the fans is being well attested.- and
tverybody, wilU. .share in th glory of
having a star baseball team In this city.
On Thursday the season will open and
Manager Ky ; is anxious to , start, out
with- a complete team. The fact that
Browns ought to be sufficient evidence
that he will deliver the goods during
the season. With him In the game the
InfleM will he solid and no tnn In tha
league can boast of anything better. The
outfield is all right to a man and the
pitchers are in good shape. - Much will
be expected of the Browns this year
and they will have to put up a fine
Article, of bait They, are stars and
command big salaries, and barHng ac
cidents the Browns will 'be leaders. Tho
latest reports from -Uakersfleld regard
ing the team are all of the most en
couraging nature. As for the "Castro
fund" it will continue to grow. Con
tributors should send their money to
The Journal office before Wednesday
noon if 'possible. ' V
All money should be sent promptly to
The Journal office. . The list , of con
tributors follows: ' -Miss
"Fair Aim-t..'.;;v...,i..$ 2.50
Schiller's Cigar Factory
Portland Club, per Peter Grant..
IL C. Wortman , . , .. i .v. . , . . . .
C. H. Clute. Mercury 4,. ........
Portland Bowling Alleys .......
J. F. Richards ...
J. H. Boon
Friends In Hill MiHUry Academy
Multnomah Fair Association
R. F. Prael ....................
w v. tn n.m 4
8. E. ...........
Blair T. Scott .s . ...............
Applegate & Co., per W, E. , A
1 plegatfe EO.OO
Portland Railway Co............ 100.00
City & Suburban Railway Co.... 100.00
Oesh .,,, p . ,....,... ..- S.00
W. th Abrams . . . 2.00
W. F. Coman 1.00
The opening of the 1904 baseball sea
son is scheduled, for Thursday, and the
local fans are anxiously awaiting. the
: results of the first week's play.
Charlie Shields essayed to pitch
against Lehman's tribe yesterday and
"got his.". Charlie's arm is still some
what lame, according to a letter re
ceived from Jake Thlelman. '. , ;
"Ham" Iherg Is still on the hospital
BL O O D
Ob aeeonnt of it frlgbtfai hlrtrotuinem, Blood
Polaonlnc commonly railed the King o( All
Ilieie. H , b either hereditary or con
tracted, 'nw the ijitem li tainted with It. tha
4lM(e nmy numlfect Itself in tbe form of Scrof
ula Kctema, Kheumitlc Palna, Stiff or Bwollea
Joltita, Eraptlooa or Copper-Colored Spot on the
Face or Body, little Ulcer In tbe Mouth or oa
the Toniroe. Sore Throat. Swollen Tonalls, railing
out of the, Hair or Eyebrows, and Anally lp.
roua.Uke Decny of the Flesh and Bone. If yon
hurt any of these or similar lyoiptome, t
BROWN'S BLOOD CURB, Immediately. Thl
treatment is practically tbe reault of life work.
' It contain no dana-erou drags or Injurious mod.
Irlne of sny kind. It goes to tb ery bottom
of the disease and forces out ery particle ot
Impurity. Soon every sign. and aymptom dlsap-ti-crs,
completely and forerer. The blood, tha
tissue, the Opsh. tbe bone and tb whols sys
tem are clesnaed, purified and restored to per.
feet health, and the pntlsnt prepared anew for
the duties and oleasurea of life. BHOWN;8
RinOU Ct'RB, 20 a bottle, last a mouth.
Made by PR. BROWN, 835 Arch t.. Phlledel.
rhla. For sale In Portland only iij FranS Kan,
Portland Hotel Pharmacy. , . . iS .
list at his home in San Francisco. He
is troubled with - a ' bad attack of .la
grippe, and Manager Ely does not know
when Iberg will be able to report
According to the list of players
awarded to the Coast league, which has
been issued by Secretary Farrell, Rube
Waddell, the crack southpaw, has been
awarded; to Portland. In view of the
sickness of Iberg, the services of Wad
dell would come in mighty handy at the
Seattle la claiming the championship
for Wilson's team. Parse nas secured
a' bunch of stars, butwell, there are
several other star aggregations in the
Coast league ' this season, and one of
them happens to be under the guidance
of W. Fred Ely.
Manager Morley has signed Hal Chase
the young Santa Clara college player, to
play first base for Los Angeles, as the
Dillon controversy seems to have been
settled, Dillon being compelled to go
to Brooklyn. ; -
Thomas T. Hoyne, special correspond
ent of : the Los Angeles Examiner, in
writing of the Chicago-Portland game.
states that Fred Ely has a strong team,
In fact, a stronger team than Los An
geles. Seattle, please take notice.
FRANK HOWE WON .
THE INMAN MEDAL
The regular weekly shoot of the Mult
nomah Rod and Gun club was well at
tended yesterday in spite of the stormy
weather. : Frank 'Howe defeated M. Ab
rams for the Inman medal by making a
score of 47 out of a possible 50, which
is a remarkable record, considering the
weather conditions. Mr. Abrams broke
4t out of a possible 50.
In tha competition for the Llpman
cup, Harry Ellis again broke 25 straight,
which makes hls-aecond performance,
and should he accomplish the feat again
next 8unday the trophy is his. The
score: ' . . .-.
Shot at Broke, P.C.
Arnold . . 26
Howe . . t 100
Abraham . ........ ....100
McBroom . ............100
Ellis . ., ......100
Culllson . . 100
Paine . . , 100
Hinis . . v. ioo
Wellcold . . ..100
Peterson . . .....100
Griffin ... .100
Kolle , 50
Remington . .100
Parker . . .100
Baker . 75
Blaster . .1
McDaniel . . .......... 6
Montreal . . ...........10
Moore . . .............. 26
CANS AND GARDNER
TO FIGHT TONIGHT
(Jonroal Special Serrlce.)
Saginaw, Mich March 21. Joe Cans
will defend hfs title of . lightweight
champion in a 10-round bout with Gas
Gardner before the Saginaw Boxing club
tonight The contest was originally
scheduled for last week, but was post
poned on request of Gans. Gardner has
been doing some good ring work of late
and expects to make a splendid show
ing against the Baltimore boy, even
though he may not get the .decision.
Gans, who arrived in Saginaw several
days ago, has put the finishing touches
to his work of preparation and appears
to be In first rate condition for the
bout The fighters will weigh In at 6
o'clock at 140 pounds. -
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PRIZES TOM BOW VOWS.
(Journal Special Berries.) ' '
Spokane, Wash., March 20. More
prizes, more dogs and greater amount
of interest than Spokane has ever
known is what the Spokane Kennel club
offers for the fall bench show, to take
place here on October 5, 6. 7 and S.
John Bradshaw of San Francisco, the
noted Judge, has been secured to Judge
the 'Spokane show, and satisfaction is
guaranteed. ' Efforts have . been: made
by the kennel club to make the eomlng
bench show the best the city has ever
seen, and pains will not be spared to
make it a grand success.'
, BOCSCESTEB AUTO BHOW.
.' , (Joornat Special Service.) .
.Rochester, N. T "March -21. After
several weeks of preparation the Roches
ter automobile show opened In Fltshugh
hall today under the most favorable aus
pices. The exhibition, which is to con
tinue through the week, comprises
nearly all of the American and foreign-'
made machines exhibited at the, recent
shows In Chicago, Cleveland, Boston and
Buffalo. 7 In addition to the automobiles
the show Includes a large and compre
hensive display of motor , cycles and
automobile accessories. V
Preferred Stock Canned Oooda.
Allen St Lewis' Lest Brand.
LOHMAN'S TEAM -DEFEATS
(Journal Special Berrloe.) .. ;
' I Bakersfleld, - Cal.. March , 21. -"Grandpa"
Pete Lohman Invaded this city yes
terday with his bunch of pennant chas
ers, and caught-Fred Ely's contingent
napping,, and before the Browns had
awoke the Oakland team and "Roaring"
Bill Devereaux bad the game ' cinched.
Oakland " started " off in the first inning
and before the Browns had braced them
selves, Peter' men had clouted Shields
for three runs. - "Hennery" Schmidt was
all the goods in the box and held, the
Portland sluggers down to six hits.
Phil Nadeau scored Portland's lone
tally in the sixth, when he singled' to
leff stole second and scored on Erve
Beck's drive to center.. Castro was to
the bad when he faced Schmidt's pitch
ing and struck out' twice.., Francks,
Schany, Kruger and Devereaux carried
off the fielding honors for Oakland, while
Freeman and Steelman made several
sensational catches of difficult fouls. -
The Portland team- seemed to lack the
display of ginger that they exhibited in
the Chicago game. Tha score;' -
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Oakland .i..2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0.1-6 1
Portland r...9 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 8' 4
Batteries Schmidt and Lohman;
Shields and Steelman. Struck out By
Schmidt 6 by Shields 2. Bases on balls
Off Schmidt 1; off Shields 4. Hit by
pitcher - jjurueavy. . , Two-oase nits
Ganley, Kruger, Beck. , Three-base hit
Devereaux. . Time of game Two hours.
TO FRED ELY'S TEAM
Portland nay yet secure Rube Wad
dell, the great American league pitcher,
for according- to the awards of the Na
tional board he is designated as belong
ing to the Portland club. The following
interview Is credited President Bert:
"Does . this mean that - Portland . can
have Waddell if it claims himr Presi
dent Bert was asked today when shown
"It certainly does," he replied. I have
informed Farrell that the Paciflo Coast
league will hold every . player awarded
to It I did this when Montreal asked
to have Thomas sent back and Minne
apolis put in a claim for Lynch. These
clubs showed prior contracts, but I held
that the award nullified these contracts.
Only today I received word front Farrell
that the 8t Louis American club
claimed Thlelman. who it- appears- he
signed a contract, with before be came
to terms with Ely. The 8t Louis club
has sent its evidence to Farrell and he
wanted us to send on ours, but we will
not We. will not go behind the award.
as I have stated. .
SPORTSMEN START .
THE FISHING SEASON
Ed Schiller and Dick Ecclea ' were
among the first of the local sportsmen
to start the fishing season. In spite
of the - storm Saturday evening these
two nlmrods . journeyed down to May-
get's anticipating : a pleasant Sunday's
sport but Jupiter Pluvlus said them
nay I and proceeded to act ' in such a
boisterous manner toward the would-be
followers of one Ike Walton, that on
several occasions they came near being
blown Into - the , creek. - Schiller say
that the wind was so strong down there
that it acutally blew holes in his ooat
--Both, men report fishing - as being
good, providing the weather would
become more quiet, and they 'exhibited
several fine specimens- of the gamey
salmon trout as a result of their day's
sport -t .: :. .. .
f VERY BID HAY
rATB COMMISSION TITOS IHI LOW
EST PBICB STUCK ABOTl TSS
Aisoinrr at its bisposai op-
. PB : OOMPASES - WITH. ' SECTKET
It Is more than possfble that none of
the , bids submitted for the approval -of
the state commision of the Lewis and
Clark fair will be- accepted. The com
mission at its Saturday meeting opened
bids for the buildings it, will erect on the
exposition grounds and found that there
was -a wide variance between the bid
ders on the same Items, in many case
the difference being 60 per cent . The
superintendent la now comparing these
bids with tho estimates made for tha
confidential use of. the commission and
will report to tho commission Wednes
day evening when the fate of the bids
offered will be decided.
All but three bidders have already
received their conge though Goldle &
Co. of St Louis would have been given
the contract for- three buildings had
the bid not specified that it would do
the work only if it secured a" contract
for four buildings at least
All bridge bids have been rejected,
and commissioners - say that the lowest
bids on several buildings, the states
building being one, will not be re
ceived. The idea of the commission is
that by conference with the lowest bid
der they may scale the estimates sev
eral thousand dollars, and unofficially
it is said that this will re the course
pursued. The commission faces this di
lemma: 'The 'total of the lowest bids
Is between $16,000 and $20,000. in, ex
cess of the 1275,000 appropriation; the
commission will not exceed its available
funds and apparently cannot : do the
necessary work for' the amount allowed.
Tha result is said to be that the low
est . bidders will be asked to lop . off
something like 820,000 from their b.'ds,
and should they refuse, the only course
left would be to advertise for bids for
constructing part of the 'buildings at
least " . .
BERING'S TRACK TO
OPEN THIS. WEEK
(Journal Special strrlee.)
; Washington, .. D. C, March 21, Ev
erything is practically in readiness for
the . inauguration oi the Bennings race
meeting Thursday, which will mark the
openirg of the racing season in the
East About 400 horses are already at
the track and this number is being aug
mented by fresh arrivals from the South
and West dally. The track itself is In
fine condition, and shoulu the first Ben
nlng handicap be run over a fast track,
a new six-furlong record Is not unlikely.
At the coming meeting steeplechaslng Is
to be more of a feature than formerly.
The program provides for steeplechase
races three times a week.
': 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 , , -
COLDS LEAD TO PBTETTMOaXA.
LaiatlT Bronm Quinine remorea the Mtiae.
To get tbe genuine call for the full nam and
mow rnr rn sienamre or E. w. (irnre. Bv.
131 Fourth Street
Commissions received on all
Eastern and California races.
Direct ; wire on all sporting
Phone Main 1414
l PORTLAND CLUB CAFeI
130 Fifth Street, Between Washington and Alder
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- HERMITAGE VVI.ISKEY
1 '(loarnal Special Berrtce.) '
h Salem, March 21. Saturday night the
Illlhee club's ' bowling- team met the
team from the Multnomah . club on the
alleys. of the Xllihee club in this, city,
and defeated the, visitors by- a score of
939 to 876, in four games. . The contest
was very even "throughout tho Multno
mahsxwinnlng the first two games, but
the Salem- bowlers made a spurt In the
last two games. ' Ford of the Multno-
mahs won the honors of the evening
by the - largest individual score, having
182 points' to his. credit while -Dr. R.
Cartwrlght for tha . Salem , team carried
Off the honors by scoring 168 points. .
The first Multnomah basketball team
at the same time defeated the. Salem Y.
M. C. A. first team in an interesting
and exciting game by a score of IS to
15. ' The Multnomah second team met
defeat; by the Salem T. M. C A. second
team, the score standing ,23 to 15. in
favor ot the T. M. C A. ,
JOST DErHATS JOB COTTOBV
(Xonmal Special Herriee.)
Mountain Home,' Idaho, March 21.
Charles Jost of Portland defeated Joe
Cotton, colored, ' In a clever - 20-round
bout at the opera house in this city
Saturday evening. r Jost was the cleverer
of the two and won the decision at the
conclusion of the 20th round. ;
- - HOLDS NO SESSION
Ten drunks . and two "after1 hours"
prisoners were . locked .up by the police
last night land early this morning, and
doubtless Jexpec,ta(Lto be released by
"Judge" jjunt, of the Kangaroo court
attached to the police station.- But woe
was theirs,', because, - for a reason , un
known, every mother's son of them was
held in durance. vile. "Contrary to cus
tom, the "judge" did not dispense mercy
with Justice. And their hands were Just
as hard as any. drunks before them,: who
have been released. . - .
The prisoners were taken before -Municipal
Judge Hogue this time, who pre
sides over the legal court while Hunt
has charge of the illegal, or "kangaroo"
court . Every time the latter releases a
prisoner he does so Illegally, for he has
no legal authority to release any pris
oner, it being his duty to have each one
taken immediately-before the nearest
Only one of the men was released by
Judge Hogue, and he had to give a sol
emn promise that he would leave town
immediately. The others were fined in
sums of $5 and $10, according to tha
offense. Hunt's action in holding tha
drunks and "sifter hours" men was a
complete surprise to every one at tha
police station. At headquarters they are
wondering what will happen next
. strB eras ro ph.es.
Itching piles produce moisture and
cause itching, this form, as well na
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding piles are
cured by Dr. Bo-san-ko's Pile Remedy.
tops Itching and bleeding. Absorbs tu
mors. 60c a Jar, at druggists, or sent
by mall. Treatise free. Write me about
your case. Dr. Bosanko, Phil'a, Pa.
All Leading Brands of Cigars.
Lunch at 9 p. m.
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