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THE ) OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY - 20, 1904.
Tigers Win the First
TIGERS TAKE THE
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; UAOIU VOV OUT JrOBTXABB
.'I PIS BOT BAT WOT AT COI-
v TiHini ?. Portland I.
v.f Thanui and araham;" Butler l
' and Shea ' r. '
' Tk. tihh took th Brown Int
camp yesterdsV Jn th opening gam of
,h i.t aerlea of th nreaent aeaaon,
and walloped tbero.weli, th cor.bln
r: Tha 'nint was on of th variety
- that uually mako a Portland fan real
' rr. hwiuu the' locals had. a. nura-
"'. br of oppofunltte wln but
couian i jnuaier id vuiih .. -
"at th bat. In th third Inning- Port-
land had three men on base an no
: on out, and. .scored but on run, and
that . run on .Sheehan's arror. Tt waa
. manifest that several of , the Brown
Vera afraid to etand up to the bat and
swing at tha ball tn real . baseball
t fashion. 'Any kind of a hard smash
would have done the trick on more man
nne occasion, but It didn't 'coma Butler
, pitched a (nod tame, and eeveral of thaj
ihlla mat provea cosuy iuouw
'been nelded. Caatro waa out of the
' came on account of a aore arm, and
Campbell covered second, Bradley going
- to third.- Keefe became 111 In the fifth-
and Thomaa replaced him, and pitched
steady game. -Th Tiger rrea five
times through -over enxlousness, but
thetr team work was gc
Bow th Bnaa Cam.
'"-"Tacoma started th scoring In th
.first when Butler walked Doyle, Bheehan
followed with a slngl and both- advanced
on Nordykes sacrifice. Danny She mis
' .Judged Eagan's high foul, after which
Triik Kit lone- flv to Nadaau on' which
'"""Doyle scored. "- -lynch flew ; trat;-;Tetmn-
; A- paas to Nadeau, Sheehan'a wild
' throw- of McCreedle'a a-rounder, and a
; fielder'a choice allowed Phil , to score
. tn the Browns' behahf. - .
t McCreedle boat out a bunt lit the
third and. Keefe threw Drennen at
i tempt at aacrlfice badly to Kagan, and
' with a paas to Beck allowed the aacks
' . to be populated, with no one out. Ray
,'mond hit to agan, forcing McCreedl
. at tha plata Campbell fanned. Brad
ley hit a alow grounder to Bheehan.
who juggled, - and Drennen aeored.
", ( Bhea wound up the chance to win th
game by a long fly to Lynch.
; Butler's slngl, Nadeau'S - sacrifice,
i McCreedle'a out, and a single by Dren
: nen scored the third and last run for
Portland. , . . .
' Tacoma Jied tha score In th sixth on
singles by Nordyk and Kagan, Lynch's
Vacrlfioe and McLaughlin's hit to right,
, which scored Nordyk and Eagan. In
the ninth Inning the Brown took a
''balloon ascension, and aided by a few
fire work a thrown tn by the Tigers,
- during which every man In the lineup
' faced ; Butler, th net result was -four
rune, 'when In reality should perfect
' i fielding hav been la evidence no run
- should hav aeored. , --. - -
. ' Th score follow: --t 7 -
'. V ' 'i PORTLAND. '.V i
' AB. R. IL Pa A. K.
Nadeau. L f. 111,40 0
; McCreedle, r. f,.
0 J 4.
i 'rennvn, c a
i Beck, lb. . . . .
, Haymond. .
o o ;
o e 1
Bradley, lb. ..4 0 1 01 0
Butl, p............. 4 lii.-l-li-O
8 8 27 t 4
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
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'Ji'ii'i r. i. ...
. Pheehan, 8b. ........
Nordyke, lb. -
-Kagan, a. a'.,,....,
.Lynch, e. f. .........
Casey. 2t. ..........
t MrlAughlln, r. f. ....
I1 O o
; uranam. a
.Thomaa.. p. ....
. Total i 87 T 11 17 11
RUNS AND HITS BT INNINGS,
Portland ..lOllOOOOO 8
Hits 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 8
; Tacoma 1 000800 47
Hlta , .1 0 0 1 0 4 1 1 811
Earned runs Portland, lj Tacoma, 1
'Stolen baaea Drennen, Casey, McLauxh-
, lln. Bases on balls Off Butler, 8: off
.ere. a. struck out Br Hutler, 8; by
Keefe. l;'by Thomas, J. Left on bases
Portland. 11: Tai-oma, t. Time of gam
. One hour and SO minutes. Umpires
),.'. yAcmo'oouT uaovb.
, 'Taenme ....
' aa Praadaco
-BACXXLOXS BXAT HABBIXB MZB.
' Th cricket match last evening, which
j was played at the baaeball park between
the bachelora and married men, raaulted
t In a partial victory for the single men,
l who were ahead when the contest was
, over ror tnat oay. Tn gam will be
., I concluded on Thursday evening. 'The
scores, msae last evening were a fol
1 1owa: i -
i i Miaaieion, not out 1
,i Jones, not. out . .... r.,,. 7
Total . , .............41
-, A. Smith. Rylance, Montelth, Royle,
Toung, Grslg, Gllmour. Vsbb. to bat
Henderson b, Montelth
Maiiett a juonteitn
'Klnitaley b. Mlddleton i
.Crocker L b. ,w. Montelth . , 4
lwrenre, not out ,.....41
. Iiighton c. Mlddleton, b. Rylance... 10
- ' weeeell b. Rylanx j
Cnrlyle c Orelg. b. Jtylance 0
i Extra . a
....... .... i
, f .
Is the went dlmae ea
artb, yet the eaulm
mre WIIKM lot?
KNOW WHAT TO
!0. Many ka?e plm
Me. annta en the
kin. ' anrre la tbe
Bimitk, slcer. falling
sir. anna eaine
larrh, d oun't knw-
ii I. lit nnh fr,iitsiv - . j , c a a,,, w
VI Ari-h at., rhll.-lvhl.. Ib.. BUOWN if
K1L 1-l'M. . mmr hntlUt laala aac
tMi. B..M a Partian eel r Frank las.
luiUaaO Utl 1'karsHKy. - ,
fcJ ; y. ' ' .'.'.' Vi,
WINNING RUNNERS "
ON THE TRACKS
. , (Joarnal Special Service.)
' Chlcag o, July SO. Hawthorn sum
mary: . ' ' ' '
One .mile rFIylng Ship - won. Time,
Six furlongs Redman won. Time,
- Mil and TO yard Celebrallen-, wonl
Time. l:4. i .
Klv furlongs The Mlet won. Time,
Mile and 70 yard Handler Croat
won. Time. 1:41 1-8.
Four - and - a half- furtongs-Johi
Bmuiaai won. . M ima, v:oa -s.
At Brlfatos) Beach.
New York. July 10. Brighton Beach
. Six.- furlong-e Monte Carlo won.
Time: 1:11. " - v
Five and a half furlongs, sellings
Tarpon won. Time. 1 :08.
Handicap; mile, ajq fwlogfc8qno
ma JJeue won. -time, i:ot.
The Sunahtne. stakes, 'five and a half
furlongs- raaaaena won. Time,' 1:07.
-. Mile and a sixteenth Flyon .. won.
Tim. 1:48. -
Mile and a sixteenth Hurst Park
won, - Time, t:47
,- A Seattle.
Seattle. July JO-Result . at The
Flv ' furlongs, ' aelltng Suburban
Queen won. Tlma 1:1H. ,
Four - furlongs, selling David Bo-
land woa Time, 0:4.
' On mile, . selling Qalanthu won.
Time. 1:48 ti.
"Six furlongs. Belling No rue - won.
On mil, ., selling Cathello won.
Seven- wrings, selling Dotterel won.
Time, 1:18. , . -
.At St. Tonl.:
St. Louis, July 10. Fair grounds re
sults: Four and a half furlongs, selling1-?
Anntauam. won, TVmepiss it,
Six furlonga, selling King's Charm
won. Time, 1:1T.
Fry and ' a half furlongs Padran
won. Tim 1:01H.'
Six furlongs Otto Shlf 1 won, . Time,
Mil and three-eighths Ooo Goo won.
Time, 1:1. , . . . : ...
Ew Beck made a couple of atar
catches of foula back of first base yes
terday. -His error was tha result of
partial collision with McLaughlin In
Tommy Sheehan had an off day yes
terday, which was due to the fact that
he ha been unaccustomed to a fast
field, having played on akin diamonds
In Seattle and Tacoma. Watch Bhee
han' a work when, he becomes familiar
with this field. ? -
Billy Thomaa succeeded Keefe In th
fifth Inning, and for three Innings ths
Browns failed to secure th semblance
of a hit.
Jimmy St, Vradn will da ths twirling
for th "Taggers" today, and opposed to
him will b Jak Thlelman or Bkel
Roach.' ' " ,('
With Castro on second yesterday the
Brown would have won th game. A
young player like Campbell cannot' do
himself Justice when switched around
the Infield. .-
Danny Shea caught an excellent gam
yeeterday and had Bradley been a trifle
faaterln touching Doyle, Danny would
have caught thai worthy off "third-on
on or two occasion a " T ' "
- With two men out In th ninth, and
after Tacoma had scored three runs,
Campbell atarted to cover the hag on the
pitch, and Caaey hit past the spot where
he had been standing, allowing Nordyke
to cor th fourth run of th Inning.
Boston . . ........... .60
New Tork . .......... 4
Chicago . . .48
Philadelphia . 41
Cleveland . . ....... ...18
St. Louis . 81
Detroit . . 80
R., H. E.
Washington . . ............... .1 8 2
Chicago ( 8 1
Batteries Dvnkl and Clarke; Walsh
and. McFarland. .
' ') " ' At Bostoa.' '';
' " R. H. E.
Cleveland . .......8 10 1
Boston ..1 t 1
Batteries Bern hard and Bemis; Dl
neen and Crlgen,
R. H. B.
1 8 0
Philadelphia 0 I 0
Batteries Glade and Kahoe; Waddell
and Schreck, .-
- At wrw Tor.
New Tork .........l 1 1
Detroit 1 7 2
Batteries cnennro and Kleinwood;
Donovan and Buelow. ,
Kt. laui . ,
Boaton . . ............24
.At OlnolaaatL '.
. R. H.B.
Cincinnati . . 7 8 0
Batteries Harver and Schlel; Garvin,
Cronln and Hitter. Umpires Carpen
ter and Jphnatone. ,
, At inttsbarf. ,"
, R. it T-.
Pittsburg . I 8 .0
New Tork ....... ..14 0
Batteries Lynch and Bmlttu Mat
thewaon and Warner. 1'mplres Moran
At Chic ago. ,
..1 7 t
nianeipni , . .o e i
Batterle Brown and Ktlng; ButholT
and Roth. Umpire, Zlmmer.
' At St, koala. :
r. it n
St. Lout . ,, f It 1
Boaton , 1 4 0
- Batteries 'Corbett nd Grady; Wll
helm, Fisher and Need ham. Umpire
BB. B. C BIT BBAB.
Df. B. C Ely died at hla horn tn
Olrard. Pa. yeatsrdar afternoon. Dr.
Ely. who waa 70 years of age. ha been
In falling health for some time. His
two sons, Ben O. Ely, president of th
Portland baaeball . club, and W. Fred
Ely, resld in tola city. .
X A. HOKAN
Th Monarch bowling team sprung a
surprise on th' Brunswick last night
on th Portland alleys' when they took
them down the line to th tune of three
straight game tn one of th best played
matches ever seen In t'ortland, winning
tne sane with a soor of Z.698 against
Thla Is th first gams th Bruna Wicks
hav loat, and they were beginning- to
Lthink they were the whole show In ten!
pins, but they were surely. Op. against
tt last night, as th Monarch did not
let them hav a "look In" tn any of th
The Brunawlcka played a steady same
all through, but they could not go fast
enough, as the Monarch found th
groove in the first gam, making
score of 918, which gave them lead
of 87 pins. Some of th boy fall down
a little tn the next two games, but Kelly
anq cni-as were oui lor di ooo. ana Kept
pounamg away at. the .head pin all
tnrougn tne gam.
Erlcka made th best single cor with
108 in th second game, and also got the
highest average, making a total score of
0.0 pins. Hysralth did th best work
for the Brunswlcks. maktns- a total score
of 120. Galllard and McManamy were
In joor form, a neither reached th 600
The scores were:
Monarch-)-, , '
Kelley 181 '
Rowe , ..118
Erlcka 4 101
Bmrtan gr . . . ; . 1 8 8
McManamy 168 195 .
'848 820 8111,480
Th Oregon hav challenged th win
ner for a gam on July 2(, and unless
they get cold feet when they see th
Monarch. .scor.iho. jm. wlUL.be an in-
terestlng ona . '
BBH.I, ABB MTOOTZXB KATOB3B:
(Journal Special Berrtre.)'
Philadelphia. July 10. The six-round
bout scheduled to take plac In Chicago
betweenHughey McGovern and Frankle
Nell will. In all probability, be trans-
mandate against boxing. Issued by "Mayor
Harrison nt China m. The National
Athletic club of this city hss mad, ar
rangements for th match to be pulled
off July 17. . v
" AKBBOSBS OXBW WXBS.
In" the tryout boat rare held yesterday
to -select the crew that will represent
the Portland Rowing club In the Junior
four event of the coming regatta. Am-
Eluti thavlst, woir
by four langtha
All th contestants ar hard at prac
tice and expect to be In fine shap when
th meet la started.
TOOT XBOOKBB OTTT BT BABBT.
(Joornal "pwlal HervlFe.) ' "
Los Angeles, July 20. Henry Foley
of San Francisco waa knocked oat last
evening In th seventh round by Dave
. ' m
TO LEAGUE MEETING
(Special Dispatch t The Journal.)
Salem, July 10. Th Oregon Good
Roads association ha appointed the
following delegate to th meeting of
th Oregon Development league, called
to meet In Portland Auguat 1 jmd 8,
next: Prealdent, Judge J. H. -Scott,
Salem; secretary, H. B. Thlelaen, Salem:
James Wlthycombe, Corvallls; E. L.
Smith, Hood River; F. W, Spencer,
Salem; Brenham VanDusen, A at or la; I
Ellis Wright. McMlnnvUle; Schiller B.
Hermann, Myrtle Point; H. Q. Bonne
man. Glendale; W. H. Hobeon, Stay ton;
J. H. Settlemeler. Woodburn: P. S.
The executive committee of the Ore
gon Good Road association will meet
soon to arrange for the annual meeting
of the association and to fix the date of
tha annual meeting, which will b held
In Salem thla year.
CXXXT CUM BXSXOBS.
' (Journal Special Service.)
Washington, P. O, July 20. Blaln
'. Taylor of West Virginia, chief
clerk of th poatofflc department, re
gned hi position today, th resigna
tion to tak effect one month henea
Mr. Taylor will be succeeded by Mar-
rltt O. Chance of Illlnola. now chief of
th division of poatofflc supplies.
Willlamette Valley Chautauqua
Th Willamette Valley Chautauqua Is
now in session at Gladstone park near
Oregon City. The Southern Paclflo com
pany has provided special service from
East Washington street and bas placed
tickets on sale at greatly reduced ratea
First train leave East Washington
street at 7:46 a. m.. and at Intervals of
about one hour until 8:88 p. m. - Last
rain leaves Gladstone for Portland at
10:11 p. m. . , ) A
One of nature's remedies: cannot harm
the weakest constitution; never falls to
ure summer ..complaints of youna- or
old. Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild
Boxing school. Tom Tracer, 108 4th st
Knock the Flies
GET ONE-TBIRO MOBE MILK
Tee Child's ""o-Bra do Kllfly" oa yner
(tok. It sieena amner la yoer pocket,
fnr eewa glva oae-tMrd nor, milk, and
borara ne better and en Waa feed wbea
protected (ran) the Hies. It reqnlre
only a trw aeconda te agply lt It emits
lew fl.ua He s day par aead. To eaa
ant afford tn de wllboat It. Aak ynnr
dnler, or write today for ao-page book
Portland. See4 Co.
FeclOe Ooaat Areata, Vertlaad, Or.
177 150 64
181 161 407
100 10 800
168 161 610
1(4 176 634
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(Special Ptapatch to Ths JooraaL)
umastone, parr.- July 10. The an
nouncement that Mra White was t
give another platform tectur . today
orougni tnouaanaa to th grounds. This
I attendance Is not confined to women
I ln. for Mra White's morning talks!
have grown so popular that there ar
iuuy ss many men attend them as there
I re women, and the loudest sounds of
I appreciation com from th man, who
I seem to oenor understand tne Intense
I Patriotism in everything ah aaya
Art baa taken on a new tntereat to
I everybody that ha attended Chautau-
qua, and th whole course ha been an
uplift to th community.
Class interest doe not abate, and the
attendano In every -one of the II de
partment thla moraine was abov th
- Bngllsh Xlteratnr. - . t
Dr. B. J. Hoadley Introduced th class
tn English literature from 8 to 10 o'clock
this morning to Lord Macaiilay. It was
said by the professor that th assay on
MUton maa Macaulay ruaoua-J la. the
essays that followed all was written
from the hlstorlo point of view. The
aubject might be philosophical, but the
treatment would be hlstorlo. .If h
wrote about Dryden. h gave a picture
or jurydan times.- -. 11 was, more at
home in the accessory than, in th theme
standing at th head of hla essay. But
style was clear, lively and eloquent -
He brooded long ovr writing- a his
tory of England. The weloome' given
the prlnta in which waa hla history of
England was' Immediate and astonish
ing. In th literary work of Macaulay
we find compactness, much eloquence,
plcturesqueness, antithesis, often mo- 'nap. Having neen pens n tea Dotn in
nntimy, and coufldenc Jn U h id. I health and military experience by the
Yet In penetrative mslarht he wasltrtp. Soro of th members of the com-
wantlna. but he could swell with fore
upon the outside of men and things.
Tne lectur closes u stuay or isnr-
llsh Uteratura In thw remaining morn
bigs of the week American literature
will b atudled from th point of. view
o -the-Colonlalr-th- Rerolntlunai y nd
th National period a The special themes
will b Whlttler, Mark Twain and Bret
Harta Th class has been made un
som of th bestmlnd of th camp.
Th largest crowd of the Mason at
tended the cooking school this morning.
In spite of It being Intensely, warm and
the aubject "Hot Dessert." In her own I
0,ear- M.r -"MiP".pBTrd
I " ""
following delicious desserts:
Steamed butter pudding, snowdrift
sauce, chooolat pudding, spong pud
ding, chocolate icings and cream sauoea
Mrs. White's lectur on mural paint
er waa attended by about 160 pupils.
Prof essor Sheldon class In peda.
gog-y Is conscientiously attended by the!
many teachers camping on tha ground.
Pioneer headquarters ar very popular,
as la also that of th Natlv Son, both
0f which ar making extenalv .prepara-
tlona for pioneer day Friday.
Thla aeaaon a Chautauqua, on might
almoat think, had been planned with a
foreknowledge of th gloomy weather of
mt lint l,w uaye atuuauiu ana
mirth have entered so largely Into the
lectur topics, . :.-..
Last night Dr. MeClary gave th laat
of his aid splitting talk on "Sunshine
in Labor," and tonight Hon. ton' J.
Beauohamp will advise on "Take th
Sunnyslde," but the style characteristics
and entire personnel of the two men la
so opposlt It is fair to suppoaa their lee-
tures will be as entirely different.
Mr. Beauchampa la on the grounds.
and ther -will be no possibility of dis
After the train had arrived yesterday
upon which Herbert Bashford. . th
speaker, waa to arrive, a telegram waa
received from him from Oakland aaylng
serious Illness prevented hla oomlng. - .
Had not th prealdent ana secretary
been strictly religious people, some sul-
phuru odor might hav arisen from
th language they were tempted to uae
when they realised that th poet of. the
southland was In possession of this
knowledge folly two days-before he
thdught it worth whll to Impart it to
them; however, they went to work col
lecting; available talent out . of which
they conatructed on of th beat pro
gramb of th aeaaon.
Th mualclana lent tneir best -serv
ice. . Dr. House gave a fin Impromptu
talk on life's opportunities; Mra Marlon
Whit gave aom Extract from her lec
tur on "Personal Reminiscence of
Gladstone," which - charmed th ' audi
ence. . ,4 .
Th little anecdotes h told of times
she had met Gladstone In her childhood
were like clear-cut cameos from a lu
minous background and can never be
forgotten by those who heard them.
Tha Chemawa band added to It popu
larity by again playing by request the
Indian War Dance" and playing it over
and over again for the howling, clapping
Great Interest la being taken In Pro
fessor Robinson's chorus, who ar now
preparing for Belshasxar, which la to
be put on Saturday evening. -
Testerday's gams waa played between
the WUlamettos of Portland and the
Chemawas. It was a slow and rather
tiresome game, as the Willamette
simply outclassed the Indiana The
score was made without brilliancy and
sained nolnt bv colnt. tha score stand
lng 11 to 1 In favor of Willamette
This lowered the league percentage per
ceptibly for the Chemawas, and brought
th whole aa follows: Y. M. C. A., .8(7
Chemawas, .8(7; Wlllamettea, .867; Van
couvera, .000; Oregon City, .138.
As this afternoon will be almost th
test game great Interest - Is being ex
pressed in the result. It will be played
between Vancouver and Y. M. C A.
f Tomorrow's program follows:
8:11 Classes. ,
Afternoon- , '
1:10 Band concert.
1:00 Lecture, "The Age of the Toung
Man," Hon. Lou J. Beauchamp of Co
, 1:10 BasebVlt . V
7:80 Band Concert. v- t
8:00 Special program given by Mra
Harriet Colburh Saunderson and her
assembly pupils, assisted by Miss Jen
nie F. W. Johnson, contralto, and Miss
Veda M. Williams, accompanist; piano
solo. Miss Veda M. Williams of Oregon
City; physical culture exercises, mem
bers assembly class; "Behind a 'Cur
tain" (a monologue), Mrs. Burton Har
rison, Mr. Harriet Colburn Saunderson;
vocal (a) "Love Is a Bubble," Allltsen;
ID) "me River and the 8," Johnson,
Mis Jennie F. W. Johnson; reading (a)
"Dot Llttl Boy of Mln" (Dutch dia
lect), Riley; (b) "An Old Sweetheart of
Mine" (with musical acoompanlment),
Riley,. Mra. Saunderson; pantomime, se
lected, members sf Chautauo.ua class:
vocal (a) "Sleepy Song." O. A. Orant
Stfhaefer; (B) "Th Moon-Man," O. A.
Grant-Schaefor, Miss Johnson; readings
(a) Selected; (b) Group of Dialect,
poems. Mrs. Saunderson, '
EUCEKE MEN LOST
IN SUISLAW WILDS
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(Special Dlapstck to Toe JoumaL)
Eugene, Or., July 10. Jess Bounds
of Eugen and Leonard Brook of the
Suislaw country, are avidsntly lost In
th Suislaw mountain In th vicinity
of Wildcat creek, about 40 miles west
of Eugena ' ' Bound and Leonard, In
company with several other men, , were
engaged in peeling chlttlm bark along
th Sulalaw. Th two men atarted out
Frlady morning to find a new camping
piac over tn mountain.
They 4ook a day' rations with them,
Expecting to return to camp that night
or .early Saturday morning. Saturday
passed and th men did not return, caus
ing considerable uneasiness on tk part
ox their companlona and uouna wue.
who 1 cooking at th camp. - -
- When Sunday ' passed and Still they
staid away, grave anxiety was felt and
a fiariy was maa up xuoauay iw
for th missing men. -,
Both ar experienced woodsmen and
It is not thought they lost their - way,
a they knew that part of the country
pretty well. It Is feared that some ae-
eldent has happened to on Or both.
Th Florence stage, which arrived here
lat last evening, brought th Informa
tion that whtn th stag passed th
camp yesterday t noon bo news of th
whereabouts of th men had been se
cured. . -
XlUtia Coaapaaie Bom.
Companies A and C of th first sep
arata battalion, O. N. G., which hav
been In camp on the shores of Amerl
can lake the past 10 days, returned home
i iwy. V" wm moB were n.iw
I panlea complain bitterly of th poor ra-
Hons issued to them, claiming that their
nuf inawr um se lutu ui
was com 1ns to them, but a a rul th
boy were pretty well aatisf led with
their treatment. i
Tlalt of SaOroad Official.
General Superintendent O'Brien and
Division Superintendent Fields-of the
outhern Paciric company 'war In- Eu
gen ysterday on an official inspection
of th company's property here and to
confer with. Agent L. O. Adair In regard
to extensive Improvements to th local
depot yard which hav been la contem-
platlon for the past two years.
Th Improvement include moving the
passenger and freight depots to th
suit aid of th. tracks, all th war
boose o th opposite side; the moving
of the stockyards to, another location
and th probabl erection of engine
stalls and a turntable, the object being
to make Eugena a division point when
th connecting branch la built between
here and Springfield.:
A Xdtnd Contest.
Yesterday ' - afternoon testimony was
taken 'before United States Commission
er J. J. Walter in a land contest case
wherein B. K. Green A Co. of Oregon
City ar contestant and Ray R. Wll
loughbe of Eugen 1 contaate. Th
dispute over some
land In tha Bhis river mining district,
which Wliloughbe filed upon a a tim
ber claim in 1801. .. .
Green A Co. claim that In -1901 they
located mining olalms on tha land, but
testimony waa brought in showing that
In 1898, they abandoned the clalma Th
land in question la rich In both timber
and minerals, and the case la attract
ing considerable attention.
A New Comer.
-. . . - i
th Portland commercial world la th
Underwood Typewriter, a visible writ
ing, high-grade machine, one that em
bodies all that la good in the old-time
"blind,- or -up-side-down" writing ma
chine, and at the aame time has none
of the objectionable featurea so familiar
to operators. . The Underwood Is
equipped with a tabulator without
extra cost The agency Is located tem
porarily at No. 66 Front street, and is
In charge of competent, ' experienced
Itohlneaa of the skin, horrible plagua
Moat everybody afflicted In one way or
another. Only one safe, never-falling
cure. Doan's Ointment. At any drug
store, 60 cents. , '
Look Pleasant, Please
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL v MIDSUMMER SALE
85-87 Third Street,
SOUTH DAKOTA TO
GO DOWN THE WAYS
IVATXST ABOXTXOB TQ WATT TO BB
-UAVBOBXO AT . VBZOB XBOB
WOBXS TO BATB A SFBSD OF
3 KBOTS ABB BB OBB OF
-' rmsT tnxrxsBBs atx-oat.
(Jearnal Special Serrlce.y
Ban Franclaco. July 10. Arrange
ments hav been completed' At' th
Union Iron work for th launching
tomorrow f th cruiser South Dakota,
which la to b on of - th finest and
moet formidable ' fighting machine of
tha new navy. In order to get tne
best advantage of th tides the launch
ing will not take place until about half
past six tn .the evening. .
Th south Dakota la nn represent
ative, of the class - of magnificent
armored cruisers of which another of
the am typ 1 th Colorado, which
recently established a new speed rec
ord. These two ships, with'. the Mary
land, California, - Pennsylvania and
West Virginia, ail of- them of th same
class, dimensions and armament, have
been likened to battleships -possessing
protection of armor only a little
under the weight of that designed for
tha huge ; ships ' of th oeorgla class.
while- thy are greatly superior to all
battleships In point-of speed.
Th South Dakota will hav an un
usually powerful battery, ' mad Up of
great number of eight and atx inch
guns. Bb wul hav a total- Ola place
ment of 14,000 ton and win be ex
oeeded- la sis by only four veaaela
now building, these being battle, ships
of 16,000 tona Th South Dakota will
derlv pre-eminence from two quail
ties speed and concentration of lira
Her wonderful engine, driving twin
screws, win develop a nor power of
18,000, capable of propelling th ship
at a apeed of It knots an hour per
haps even faster. This speed will at
once tak her outsider th reach of par-
suing; battleships, whll her powerful
battery will make of her a dangerous
antagonist - both In engag-ements 'with
vessels of. her own class, and thos
carrying- heavier ordnanc.. - .
NET DRAWS TIGHTER
AROUND ROSEBURG MAN
-(Speclil Dispatch te The Journal, f1 7
Grants Pass. Or- July 10. Th man
who gives his name aa Jo Williams,
who waa arrested at Roaeburg by Sheriff
Lewis and is held In -confinement her
under suspicion of being the murderer
of Mrs.-Florenc Chap In. la now thought
to b a former husband of: tha woman.
named McClur. ,
It 1 known that on and after th ep
aration of McClur and th woman they
had serious trouble ever th division
of soma property, and the quarrel in tha
house a short tim previous to th mur
der, heard by a little girl who was
delivering milk, was about property.
Williams admit having visited the
woman previous to, the murder, but
elalma he left th hous prior to th
tim th crime .was committed. H tells
conflicting- atdVl regarding hla move
ments and give avldano of being under
severe nervous train, 'weeping . pro
fusely at time whan interrogated by
th sheriff. "Th authorities think that
they have the right man, though th
identification 1 not yt positive. A
(Journal Special Serviea.) ' '
;Ne Tork, July 10. Several thou
sand f urnltur makers and buyers ' ar
here for th annual convention of the
Furnttur association of America,
whldh lasts two. days, la bains; held In
connection with th furniture xpol
tlon now In proarresa. Among th
question will be that of preparing for
protection, against labor union, and It
1 hinted that tha manufacturers may
decide In favor 'of the open- shop.
Schedule of Steamer T. J. Potter.
' Th essld steamer T. J. Potter will
leave Portland. Ash street ' dock, for
Astoria and Ilwaco as follows:
- July 11, Thursday, lam.- - '
'' July 11, Friday, 9 a. m.. .
.July 81, Saturday, 1 p. m. -')
Get transportation and berth tickets
at O. R. A N. ticket erne. Third and
Washington street a , , '
.. The only way to look pleasant U TO . KEEP COOL.
' The only way to keep cool U to WEAR LIGHT
CLOTHES. ; ' 1'', .' T :;.. .
' : w The best cool clpthes that we" know of ARE OUT
ING suits, v , -y,y. i y: -.
i' The best Outing .Suits that' we know of "AT A
PRICE" ARE HERE. . y V r . ,
: When we tay "AT A PRICE" we mean i
For choice of ? 12.00
For choice of three-piece Surnmer ,Suia up to and in
"""7" eluding our regular ?16.50 lines. ' " :" ,"
- . . . . ' . i-
One Door North bf Chamber of Commerce
Nervousness. Dlsxlnea,' Thdlgeatlon,
Neuralgia are caused by. sick nerves.
By soothing the nerves and stlmulat-i'
Inr their autlon. Dr. Mllea' Antl-Paln
Pill relieve almoat Immediately. ,
Unlike any other pain remedy, they
contain nothing Injurious and you will
never know yu have taken them, except'
by the relief they, afford, .
Dr. Miles v
Anti-Pain PUla T :
. . . . I
hav become a household remedy In
thousands of families, where they never
fall to cure all pain, and-relieve thoe
llttl mlaerabl ailment which are so
common. . . ,
' "Dr. Mllea' -'anti-Pain YMIla have nnt
only relieved me of severe headache,'
nervousneas and Indigestion, but my
mother who ha suffered a 'great deal''
with neuralgia and dlsxlneas hs been'
cured by their use." MRS. G. H.I
DANKS..Isa W. Third t. MoorMtewn.1
N. J. . -, -
Th first package will benefit. If not. -the
druggist will return your money. - .
26 doaea, 28 cents. Never sold In bulk.
SEATTLE CITY TAXES
"MAY BE INCREASED
. (special Dispatch to The JooraaL )
Seattle, July 10. City official a yearV
ago sscreuy took it upon themselves to
determine that no sinking fund should'
be provided for a hug issue of sewer '
bonds, aa required by, law, and the oltrl .
of Seattle how find Itself short till.-1
000 In It sccounts.' To make up th'.
deficit municipal taxes may be advanced
( mills, from 11 to IT mills. . This un- ,
usual situation was Just discovered by
the new olty administration, - and Its
members ar "Up In th air."
Th course to be pursued by th eftn
will b determined by the corporation!
council, but th law ts plain, and the!
general opinion la that the additional
tax mast b levied to create th fund. '
Th cours of th bondholder 1 In
doubt, but on each bond th law direct
ing th creation of a Inking fund la
printed, and should they b disposed to,
make .demand compllanc would b thel
city, only course. : - - 1
SMELTER, TOO SMALL 1
TO HANDLE BUSINESS
-V ' dhdml Dbmatek tn Tha lonul
Baker City, Or,, July 10.-A miner
who has Just returned from Mineral i ."
City, Ida, and who was dlsAarged ther
because of a reduction tn fore, states
that th ameltar of th LaddT Metala
company 1 too small to "handle the busl-j '.
nesa. The .or la low grade and ha to!
be hauled mora than 10 mile by team.'
When transportation 1 furnlahad by rail' -
down Snake liver and th capacity of.
th smelter 1. Increased th mine will
b operated again In full blast In th ' . .
meantime only a few men will b keot
at work. ' .
It 1 expected that within 10 days th. .
men will be pnt to work In the miner
again aadWthat py that time there will
be something tangible la light In th
way of transportation and an enlarged ''
smelter plant. ""
OF OLD VIRTUE MINE
, .- . . . . ,
- (Snedal 'Dlapatdl to Th JoarntL) W .
BakarXlty. Or- July 10. Th nws
leaked out today- that J. If. Davey and'
sdn, Frank Davey, tha aasayers, has' .
purchased the tailings at tha old Virtu
mln. When Interviewed on the subject,
Mr. Davey aald that th deal had been
closed and that they estimated ther
wer at least 100,000 tons of taillnge,
in the pll and that It might reach1
160.000 tona ; v ,-. i
I a Davey will ereot a cyanM plant
on th ground at one eapabl of hand
ling 60 ton a day, and In th spring wlU
double th capacity of th plant They,
would not atat the prlc paid for the, -tailing
a but mining man familiar , with
th situation believe tt to b in th
neighborhood of 60 cent per ton.
BASTUT ZX.XXOXB SnTBIOT. '
' . (Bpeelal tHapatek to The Joasaal.) '
Bak.r City. Or., July 10. A rich strlk
In th celebrated Balaley Rlkhom dle-
trlot. about It mile northwest of Baker
City, waa' reported Sunday by Jam
Dunphy. A very rich ledg - of gold
four Inch wld waa opened, up and,
oonalderable excitement exists in that1
camp over th find. '.
and 913.50 lines.
.WE . EVER HELD"