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' A th football season progresses and
surprises ara being sprung every' week
wiUJ . startling regularity, It becomes
- mora and more evident to the student ot
the treat college cam ; that each year
i una ta smaller college elevens gaining
- in strength and improving In solenoe.
- that today more .than at any other
time In the hlstorr of acrlmmacea. the
"Biff rour" must acknowledge the- true
, worth of such team as West Point.
Annapolis, Amherst. Brown, Williams,
I Lafayette., the Carllslt.Indlana, Michigan
' and. a number of other Institutions
: 'whose teams have not been Classed with
the heretofore exclusive quartette. '".
'" Ot course, every season carrlea " Ita
surprises, and It can be stated positively
mat this year's showing of the. smaller
, elevens la not the result of, a miracle,
-but of hard. and consistent work. ' The
Army eleven has been tolling for years
' to have a team that could battle on the
gridiron as well aa on the field, but It
' had to meet many reveraea during its
- upward course. Annapolis, too, haa had
- many heartbreaking defeats to swallow
In silence. When.lt Is considered that
hut very little time is allowed the army
; and navy elevens for practice work, on
iceeunt-crf their military and naal
. duties, victories over such . teama as
Tt Princeton and Tale are glorious achieve-
- menta. , The beat tonlo for a small col
-'. lege eleven is for Ita member to taste
' v of victory with tbe '"Big Four." .Yale
and ' Harvard, Princeton and Pennsyl-
..vanla, can no longer .boast of an ex-
clualvenesa that is bar to defeat .
',,."' Even the Perm leam,haa been deaplaed
fr the past few years by the other three
members, bu hr decisive vtctor'loa over
Brown. Columbia , and riarva'rd thl
, ; season haa had the effect tf making
:. . Penn the cynosure of pigskin eyea. and
V most formidable aggregation that is to
be both feared and respected. Prlnoeton
, 1 haa suffered bat one defeat thla year,
Md that by the' navy men -It .to 'ft
vagrant Ave points, while Lehigh went
down to a fO-to 4 defeat. Cornell - and
, Columbia are having their, troubles this
yesr, and deep Is the gloom among their
follower Cornell has humiliated the
biggest of them in her day, but one.' can
. never depend upon the Ithacans to hold
out. Columbia is a keen disappointment
; this season, snd her mansger performed
a wise set when ire cancelled the Mich
- -Igan gamea, a there wouldn't have been
'':. one chance in- a thousand for the Blue
; and White colors In a match with Yost's
r-rWelverine.- Penn's victory over- Har-
' vard was a-greater surprise than West
Point's over Yale, on aocount of the feel-l
Ing that the, Phtiadalphlans -had loat
... their cunning and were not in trim for
: the crimson warrloj-s. So far Princeton
has really ahown up in splendid fashion,
desalt ..tha .Javy defeat. ..The -Tigers
- have; -weight and -speed this, year -and
Prlnoeton followers. can e a, -Yala-de-
" feat on' the horlion. at this early date.
. although th critics argue that It will
. take greater team than the Tlgera-to
trounce them two week hence. The
. Tigers will line up against West Polht
'on next Saturday, and although beaten
by Annapolis, prlnoeton, on general con
ditions, ought to beat the army. Btui
' the Colonels are no' easy marks for any
team. . ,' .. .. ' ' ' ' '
As Harvard and Yale are both" pr-
- - pared to give teatiraony. especially Yale,
any teajn that can hold Harvard down
to four points and beat Tale by clean,
- hard football. Is to be reckoned wltn by
any of them. .
Tootban U ForUaad.
Iii local clrolee there, was never so
much Interest displayed as at the pre
- cnt time. In the academic, 'race the
honors cannot be handed out yet, as the
orlnolnal gamea have, not bean played.
In truth the P. A., the -H. M. A., tha
Columbia and. the high school followers
' all think that their respective teams are
the beat. On pleasing feature this year
is th marvelous apeed that th acaa
emiclana display' In -their games. .The
Hill Military cadets moved with, the
grace of ice wagons last season, while
this year-they-mov along Ilk a ball
. bearing trolley ear going down hllL Tbe
hlsh school aggregation is faster and
stronger thsn heretofore and expects to
make a good showing. Today th high
' school lads will meet Columbia and on
the llth of November will play the Port
land academy, meeting the 1. M. C A.
on th llth. P. .Kj has a atrong v and
husky collection this' year.- Flavel at
full and Reed at quarter, are a spirited
' pair. Reed has developed into a clever
pecformer and he will be heard from, no
' matter what college h may attend. Of
course. Columbia has been suffering
from Injuries all season, and will not be
able to display her full strength this
year. ' '
In amateur affair - th Multnomah
varsity holds th palm in city, county
and state, and perhaps In a few neigh
boring ststes. although th University
of Washington will not agre to a
r contest, so badly ,wer they chagrined
. rewer-tosln laat year's match. Manager
J Watkfhs would .Ilk a ohsnee to show
the Seattl college eleven how to play
the pigskin game. The famous Sherman
7 Indians, who downed Stanford several
weeks ago, would tlk a am wtth the
- M. A. A. C, and the red men mar be
accommodated. The Chsmawa' Indiana
"r are coming to Portland next Saturday
s to play Multnomah, and those wishing
to see a spectacular gam ahould not
miss th match. Th redskins always
play a dashing game and th club men
are making bla- preparations for the
l gam. Laat evening ths club squad
practiced for minutes, although sev
- cral of th varsity were absent Among
those whos veountenanc did not an
at tha. roll call were Rosa, Dotph,
Klrkley. Pratt. Orieva Rlntoul. KalUr
and sevral other ubtitutsTh next
practice wlU be held Thursday evening.
'. jttt orrxs wxwmrtow. ,
" . Wears! SaseWr jfinfrt ' .'' j
, ' Roseburg. Or, Nov. 1 Jamas J. Jeff-
Trles. who holds th champlonahlp of th
.world In th prise j-ing. played here last
night -wltn" his company In "pjvy
Crockett" before a crowded hdua. After
' ', "th performance -a boxing demonstra
tion was witnessed between Jeffrie and
' ' ats boxing partner,. JoaKnndr.. '
voo&. oxAicrzonxxr oobttbsts.
-. tlanrtttl IttMlsl Herrlee.V
St. Louis, Nov. J. Alfred P Oro of
New York- defeated Thomas Ileuaton of
Rt. Louis in th .three-coraered tie for
the world's pool championship and th
deciding contest will be pleyed tonight
'between tH Oro" and"Jerom RTKeogB
-(jearast teeil Berriee -
Vancouver, B. C No I. If the na
tlanal basketball champlonahlp Is coji
tested at th Portland exposition next
year British Columbia, will doubtless be
represented by teama from Vancouver
and Victoria.' Th clubs are fully con
fident of their ability to successfully
oompet against the crack teams en the
American aide, and if a championship
tournament la arrangedV western Caned
will be welt represented. Both th Van
eouver and Victoria clubs have good
teams In the field 'this season and an
enaeavor is dbiqi muv 10, nave mem
meet at no distant date and play a series
of games for th championship of Brit
ish Columbia. r
Basketball la a popular winter pastime
In Vancouver, and the gam la well
natronlsed. Th Vancouver collere alrls'
team holds th girls' championship of
th Paclflo northwest and they are in
th field again thla season ready -to de
fend their title against all comers. An
effort will be mad this season to In
due a ladles' team from Portland to
play a series of games in thls.clty. The
personnct of the team follows: . Center.
Miss Phona Bain; forwards, Mtaa Atlse
Beaty, Mlss Brodle Punn; guards, Miss
M. Sutherland, Miss A. Sutherland; auh
stltutea. Miss Blanch McDonald, Mia
Lily Woodward. The team had a most
successful ' season in l03-t. . winning
seven games and loatng but one. Among
the teams whom they played and de
feated were th University of Washing
ton girls' team of Seattle, Beattl high
school girls' team, Everett girls' team
and several Brlttah Columbia teams.
The tsara will probably tour Washing
ton and Oregon upon th completion of
th season of 104-1.
JOE CH'OViNSKI TO -
- QUIT PRIZE RING
Jo Choynski has decided to quit th
ring.' He evidently thought there was
on more : fight left In him when he
agreed to meet Jack O'Brien, but a few
weeka of training ahowed him the. mis
take, and he wisely called the show off.
Choynski haa had a remarkable ring
career In many ways. He wss an un
fortunate fighter in his fighting wslght
He was a little too heavy for tha mid
dleweight and too, light for the heavies.
When he began fighting he waa a tough
proposition far th beat of them, but
he waa beaten so often In latter years
a slight rap on th chin made him diasy.
He has a "glass" aw. and-It Is very
doubtful if he could have kept It out of
O'Brien's reach any appreciable time.
Old Man ' Fitsaimmona always held
I Choynski' punch In respect He ha
always mauiiaineainar. unoynsai waa
punishing lilt ter, and tells a atory to
Illustrate it, - - - ' i
It was in th third round of his fight
with Choynakl In Boston. He got to
Fits' chin with fast right and th Aus
tralian went toth floor. ..I
'It waa really the only time I got th
true - law - knockout'. Sensation,' - said
Pits, telling th story. "I lay there on
the canvas , shd forgot all about th
fight- I saw all th chair In th gal
lery sliding- down, towards me. and I
wondered .why somebody , didn't... atop
them. . I couldn't hear th count and
ss I say. I didn't seem to be In the rfng.
Then I heard a man at the ringside say.
"Well, told you Choynski would knock
him out and then it cam back- to. m
with a shock that It was me they were
talking about, and thai I was. down
and "out' I got back on to my feet In
time, , but I believe that was a harder
punch than -Jeff .gave me. .
WAtCOTT TO FIGHT
WITH ONE HAND
3m Walaott on of th three great
colored fighter of our time th other
ar Gans and Dixon killed a colored
man 10 weeks sgo at a dano In -Bos
ton and shot himself In the hand in
such a way that he la probably out of
th .fighting, business in th future.
Th killing, from all account, waa ac
cldental, . Walcott's pistol being die
charged without intent to Injur, Th
man killed 1 waa - Nelson HalL Eye
witnesses eorroborat th story of Wal-
cott that th shooting wss accidental,
and th' wife' of-Hallr who waa at th
dance, says she haa no doubt It was an
accident . . ' . i
Walcott was on of the greatest fight'
ers of the day. and while hi efforta in
several fights were not up to bis stand-
ardno on ever doubted hi ability to
whip any man of bla weight and many
scrappers much heavier. Welterweights
will have no. regrets at th passing of
th Blsok Demon. It is bis right hand
that he perforated with' a bullet and
this will be a handicap to him. He has
been a great two-handed f Ichter 1 and
walloped as hard with tha left as he' a id
with th right. Of 1st th .Black
Demon appeased to have gone back.
but he waa not a back number by any
J1BAS1UTBAX AT AX.BAJTT.
. (Joarnal special rrrlee.) '
lege basketball team organised last
evening and elected Ray Achennn man
ager. The challenge of the O. A. C.
of CorvXlli was accepted and in a few
weeks th team will go to Corvallla and
brlnar down the scalpa mi th girl from
that school provided they cam
;. GROWING UP..
;;tThere's something the mat-
ter wfth the child that aib
. , -. ' " -to'grbwsp,
; A child that
growi up too much, however,
without proper filling but of
flesh, is almost as badly off.
Nothing will help these pale,'
thin, "weedy " chfldren like
Scott's Emulsion. It-suppGes
Use roundirrg out of flesh and
he rich inward nourishment
of : b4ood; and vital "organs
which insures rapid growth a
healthy and uniform develop
RACING GOSSIP OF THE EAST
FOOTBALL NEWS, OF MANY
DRAWS TO CLOSE
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BUOTZOII SAT XAJTDIOAV WCUU
(Joarnal Special erTle..
New York; "Nov. t On' of th most
successful seasona of racing In th his
tory of th American turf la drawina- to
a cioa ao far a th Metropolitan track
is consented. 11 more days st Acqueduct
will see the finish. For attendance. 'for
sport and for profit so far aa th rac
ing associations ar concerned, the sea
sbnl haa not been aoualed. . Thar have
been some fine rao horse developed,
but In thla particular 104 will havi to
doff its hat to 10S. Ther has been
no such galaxy of racing stars this year
as were Waterboy, Hermls, McChespey,
Irish tAd, Africander, Highball and
1 Urn berg Bell of laat year, and Strang
to say every on of these great racer
haa gone wrong. The racing life I too
strenuous for more than two or three
season for first-class horse. -- -
Th wind up of the MetroDolltan sea
son promise to be in keeping with what
has gone before, and ther is every rea
son to believe that th snort at Aaue-
duet will be better than ever seen there
before, in th Aqueduct handican. for
all age., with 11,600 added, at a mil
ann a siiteentn. which will be run on
th opening day. and the -Election Dar
handicap. Sl.SOO added, far all ages, at
a mile and a furlong, th two largest
stake events of the meetings, splendid
fields of horses ar likely te be en
at the poet The Aqueduct handicap
receivea s entries, and th Kl action
Day handicap f0, and th Held In both
tor the mast part ar made UD or the
best hone now running in th east.
m neld received In th other stake
are: The Balleros. -yar-olds, ill th
Bay-view handicap, all ages. S9: the
Woodmere,- S-year-olda and upwards,
IS; th Creedmoor, 1 -year-olds. 44: the
Stonybrook handicap, -f -year-old and
upwards. 41; th Naunau. handicap, I-year-olds,
ji thakdals handicap. .1
yearvolds, 40; the Edgemer. all age,
lr th Babylon handicap, t-year-olds,
41, and th Roalyn handicap, I -year-olds,
si ' ' Th stake event for th
meeting wfll be run Off In the following
order: Thursday, .November t, . th
Aqueduct; .Friday,.. November 4, . - th
Bellerose;. Saturday,- November 4 the
Bay view; .L Monday. November -T, the
Woodmere: - Tuesday. November gr- th
Creedmoor, and the Election Day;
Wednesday, November t, th Stony-
brook;. Thursday, November 1, th
Naaaau; Friday, November 11, the Oak
dale; Saturday. November It, the Edge
mer; Monday, November 14, th Baby
lon, and. Tuesday, November 15, th
Th winter raxrlngTboth on th coast
and at New Orleans, promisee to be bet
ter than the average. ' Some good horses
will be sent both west and south from
here. In tbe contingent bound for the
cosst will b Included Oreen Morris
with a strong , string. Including High
Chancellor ' and Judge ' Dentonr ' with
shTflds, who will take JocJUy T ravers
wtth him, and John Mlllln. with Mra
Caesar ' Young's ' string. ' Including
Princess Tllalna, Jo Hayman, . Pater
McOrath, and William Kerryhart will
be among th New Yorker who will go
along: to accommodate those who think
they can. " pick - th winner at Los
Angeles and San Francisco. " '
Peter Welnmer expect ' to rac"a
email stable at New Orleans, after the
Benning meeting I over. Charley
Oxlx, John Phillip and Maurice Hay-
man aiao will try for fame and fortune
at ' th Crescent city. , Hayman take
Shaw with him. New Orleans Is like
home In tha Louisiana metropolis. - It
vii there he took th first steps on th
highway to fame and fortune.
Bef or - th. winter tracks are open
there- will be racing-, at Ptmllco and
Benning. - It I gratifying to . know
that th success of th Pimllco , meet
ing I assured and that there Is every
reason to believe that racing there will
be regular. In th old day th Pimllco
track was famous and ther seems no
reason why it should not again b.
com bo. ... . i.
. At both Pimllco and 'Benning teepf
chaslng will ba a special feature. This
I fitting la view of the nearness to th
land of th hard-riding, -horse-loving
fox hunting . squires of Virginia . and
Every lover of th race horse in th
country will be glad to know that that
sterling sportsman, Capt 8. 8. Brown,
of Pittsburg, who underwent an opera
tion for appendicitis, -1 now psst th
danger point and 1 oertaln or recovery.
Profiting by th results of th. 1st W.
C Whitney,. Captain Brown before he
went under the aurgeon'a knife, rexis
tered a psrtnershtp with hi son, thus
saving th engsgsment of his horses
had, tha operation reaulted fatally. It
la worthy of not that with Captain
Brown's lllnes . his horse struck" a
winning streak, which has been. ' con
sistently kept up."-. -Th
horse In training - of" B. R.
Thomas that are to be placed under the
hammer will be sold on Saturday, Nov
ember It. th last Saturday of raelng
on the) Metropolitan circuit this sea
son. Thos named. to be sold ar th
crack aprlnter Lady Amelia and Re
liable, th J-year-old Flyback, which
Mr. Thomaa purchased from John EI
Madden f or 117.600; the 1-year-old
Diamond that he purchased at- the' r
cent wedlng-out - sale of ' Sydney
Paget' horses;. Dimple, lady Poten
tate, Young Henry. Cloverland, St. Val
entine. Hunter Rain, Andy Williams,
et .Bellane, Axis. Voladay. Niblick and
Wuadrille. i,Th list indicates, that he
la going to retain Stalwart. Hermls,
Bound Brook, Duke- of Kendal, Trepan
and Sunray for the breeding establish
ment he expects to establish. - ' -
TMAdeath of Edward J. Power caused
sincere sorrow among hi wide circle
of frlsnds. among raolng men. He was
a turf writer of abtlty and had a thor
ough knowledge of . turf affair In all
part of th country. ' -
Mr. Power worked on newspapers in
thla city. In Cincinnati and in -San Fran
lsco, was th first clerk of th course
and' handlcapper at Tanforan. and, in
hi earlier year had owned a few
horse which he raced for hi amuse
ment. . '-.., : ....
aX0M SOXOOb BUM BJIAST.
r " (Jeursal Special tervie.) -
, Eugen. - Or.. Nov. 1. Th Eugen
high school football team is now prao
tlolng hard for a gam to b played
her next Saturday with ths Albany
high school team. The local lads feel
much encoursged sine . thai victory
over Roseburg high School laat Satur
day by tha soor of 11 to 0. and ar ono
m.or rounding Into th form that they
were In before tha team waa recently
disbanded on' account of Iroubl with
m faculty. j
j. A. i:cxaw
IROri HAN IS S02E
AT PRESIDENT BRUSH
man" pitcher, -whos -pUv curvss
aided greatly la bringing th pennant to
li9W York thla aaon, announced, that
he' would not t a giant nex r.
He will probably ga Into puslnesa In
SoutK MeAlllBter, I. T., whr b live
aad has an Interest In an iron foundry.
A difference of opinion with President
Brush on the subject of his playing with
th Paolfio Coast league tal winter, and
nickins un 11.660 thereby, la th chief
cause of MoQlnnlty's detenninatibn to
r,it tha w Yorka.. and maybe the
Thi T ictFii.h ha not money onough
to make ma nlay baseball next year If
ihlnaa ma mv war." says th Iron man.
L'l hare helped t win whatvr honor
La. new id uuu hw ,
r-1 could have-ot tl.sOfl ,tr pitching
on tha Paclfla ooast for only on month,
but Z waa called off. Tha reason given
was that th National leagu would be
"mixed op" If I did . and that nor-
ley. of the Lo Angeles club, Jad to
be kept down that h waa a aiorgan
"I will probably gat out of the gam
Unleee Mom change ar mad. ' ' '
"I went to Brush and asked to get
away to pitch in Loa Angelee and he
put It up to PuUlam. The latter said
if would "conflict wltn th league and
tried to "stall" me off. but I wouldn't
hav It '
am going to th coaat any way,
whether they Ilk It or not I am going
there anyhow to sea my folk and ahalt
play with ' any .club that want roe. I
hall mak th Issue and If th west
erners want to take th chanc I hll
p)ay with thm." .- , . . t
'. .. . 1 . 't--. .,ai'
Th fall tournament of th Mult
nomah Amateur Athletic club will soon
be In full swing, and those who admire
th flatlo knd. wrestling arts, basketball
and handball will soon hav an oppor
tunity. Th club's only outdoor sport
at this time is football, and that la
progressing In good shape .under Man
ager Watkina' supervision,- and Eddia
Dowling's generalship. Chester Murphy
1 acting aa coach. . .
Th ' wrestling tournament for th
115, 11S, US, 14S and -161-pound men
will begin on November 17. - Th boxing
events, for all classes, will begin on
November. 12. Th two basketball
teams ar hard at work preparing for
th coming gamea. Th handball novices,-double
and "single, -will , begin
business on November 7. Aocordtng to
th - head of th ' various" athletic de
partments, this Is to be a banner year
at th club, - Each contestant for hon
or 1 In training for th eventa. Ther
ar many youngstars turning out for
th boxing event and ther . will be
doing galore. Last year th Y. M. C. A.
downed M. A. A. C. ln indoor- Jaeball,
and th latter beat th former In basket
ball. .The lntereat this year is keener
than vr, .
r s -
DOWN SHOE MEN
Last night two teams representing
the crockery 'and shoe department . of
Meier at Frank' bowled five exciting
game on the ' Portland alley. Th
boy with their friend, had a merry
time,' th applaus at times being deaf
ening, as the ontet Ing. teama war
trlvlng for honor.
' Th match' waa played by games, th
crockery department winning three out
of five, although ' th shoe department
had the highest total of plna Ander
son had th highest soor for th even
Ing, getting 111. Th totals for the
game ar aa follows) ' .
'I . i ' Totsl,
Crockaryv, .788, W0, 77. 7t. 7741,858
BOO . ,i...T2. II. 7SS, Sit, 7BS t.vvs
Next Thursday night tha-meeting of
th Portland Bowling association will
b held, Teama will be arranged at this
meeting and the winter reason's pro
gram mapped out,
'-' TOOTBAXZi lOnt.
Columbla-and high aehoot alevens
meet this afternoon on Multnomah field
to battle for supremacy. - Both teams
ar in good shape for the contest
It has been reported - that Captain
Stockton of th Astoria .team Will not
play any more thla season on aocount
of injury recently-sustained or-step
nlng In a hoi on tha football field
Stockton I on ot Astoria's fsstest and
cleverest player, and hi good work
will b mlased. '
Th Sherman Indians, on Christmas
day. should prov a strong attraction "on
Multnomah field, and th fact that the
Indians defeated 'Stanford this sesson
should be a warning for th club play
era to get busy.
Should Multnomah succeed in rolling
up several scores In tha first, half of
Saturday's gam with ' the Indians .a
number of the aecond men will be given
a chanc, to .play in' th second half.
aAjra wtxa ran a m.
(Josrsal Special Service.)
San Francisco. Nov. 2. Al. Herford,
manager of Jo Oans, says that his en
try will meet Brttt at any tlm In Bsl
tlmor at 184 pounda ringside. Herford
further states that his club will guar
ante, a tlS.000 purs. -
sTAFTXm CatAJCrX OaT AT OXZSS.
. (Joorsal. Soeetal aerrlee.l
London, - Nov. t. By defeating
Thomaa Bmtth 19 th finals or th chess
tournament laat evening W. E. Napier
of Brooklyn, won th championship.
BLOW AT SOAXraBS. , .
- (Special Diasares to Th Journal.) .
lsaJjaawl . MnV Trl ak 1 1 ss ja Ww-
hlbltlng-local-acalper- from - handling
LWla and Clark exposition transports
tlon haa become a law without .action
by Mayor Wright Th scalpers of Ta-
coma and they will await the result of
the case brought tn Seattle, where Mayor
Bellinger has been enjoined, temporarily,
from Interfering With th ' scalpers in
thst city. The Seattle ess wjfl be made
tat of th right of cities to enact
such ordlnsnce. - .
mm .nm mil
kKITOKCg MAaTHOOn Ba rared thwaasa
ot eaaea Hwrrnmm Dbmtr, Inanainia eixt Atre
phr. 7tMy clear the brain, strength. the
etrcnlafloe. stake tlsMttna parfrct nt Impart
Biasaetle vigor te the whola being. All drains
an ken stepped permanently. - $1.00 pr
box: hni. , (uaranto tn ear or efnne
money, (lino. Mailed sealed. Knot free.
INmlae Ui. ).,. 3 - Area, t., - Phllaeelnhla,
Pa. Bold la Pnniand oaly a frank has, Fort
land Betel Pkarawcyr -
IS DANGEROUS Ml
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.ManjO-jiaapi realdlng in East Morrl-
son street are very anxious to- hav. th
street from the bridge to Grand avenue
repaired. They ar of the opinion that
It should a don immediately during
th time .the Morrison street bridge is
closed, in order that the .thoroughfare
need cot be closed again during- th fill
ing and grading of th street.
. According to reports" the. elevated
roadway la In a very bad condition and
will stand but little travel before It
goea to piece. - It is now rotten and
dangerous for' teams. Even street cars
pass very carefully over it and' it
creaks under their weight, especially at
Hawthorn gulch. : . ....'"
Tha city attempted to Improve this
portion of Morrison street nearly a year
ego, . Th matter even, went so far that
an ordinance was passed and the! coun
cil "ordered th .city engineer to prepare
plana and epeclOcatlons. . Before the
contract waa let ther wa a strong pro-
TBI; ROOT OF THE MATTER
K Onred Himself of Serious Stomach
Trosbl fey -ttattlaa; Xowa to
. rtxw lirUelslM. '
A man of large affairs' In on of our
rominnt eastern elite by too close at
ention to buelneas. too lltUo-axerclae
and to man v club dinners. Anally be.
ran 10 pay nature a tax, ieviea in tnu
orm or chronic stomach trouble: the
failure of his digestion brought about
nervous -irritability, mi
maklnar it -4m.
noaalbla to arjDlv himself
to hi daily
buslnesa and .finally deranging the kid
ney ana near.
In hi own word h Bays f "I con
sulted one physician after another and
each one seemed to understand my case,
but all tha am they each failed to
bring about the return of my former
digestion, appetite and vigor. For two
yara I went from pillar to post, from
on sanitarium to another. 1 gave
I gave up
smoking, I quit coffee and even re
nounced my daily class or two of beer.
but without any marked improvement
Friends had Often advised me to try
well known oronrletary medicine.
Stuart' Dyspepsia Tablets, and I had
often perused the newspaper advertise
ment of th remedy, but never took
any .atock In advertlaed medicine nor
could believe a fifty-cent patent medi
cine would touch my caaa r
to maxe a long atory snort, nnsuy
icht a couple of packages at the near
est drug store and took two or three
tablets after each meal and occasion-
any reeling or nausea or aisoomiori.
I was surprised at the end of tl
first week to not a marked Improve
ment In my aDDetlte and ceneral health
aqd before th two packagea were gone
I Waa certain that Stuart' Dyspepsia
Tablets waa going , to cur completely
and tbey did not disappoint ma 1 can
eat and sleep-and enjoy my coffee and
cigar and no one would suppose I had
aver known th horror of dyspepsia.
Out of friendly curiosity I wrote to
th proprietor of the remedy asking for
information a to wnat tn ta Diets con-
t.in A a nri t h v rAnlliuf that th nrlnr.1.
pal ingredients wer aseptic pepsin
(government test), malt aiastase ana
other natural digestives, which, digest
food regardless of tn condition 01tle
The root of th matter I this. ' the
digestive element contained In Stuart'
Dyspepsia Tablets will digest the food,
give the overworked stomach a chance
to recuperate and- tha nerve and whole
system- receive th nourishment, which
can only com from food; stimulants
and nerve tonic never give ' real
atrenrth. they give a fictitious strength,
invariably followed by reaction. Every
drop of blood, every nerve and tissue 1
manufactured from our dally food, and
If you can Insure it prompt action and
complete digestion- by the regular uae
of ao good and wholesome a remedy as
Stuart a Dyanensla Tablets, you will
hav no need of nerve tonic and sani
Although stuarr rrysDensla Tablets
hav been In the market only a few
years, yet probably every druggist in
the United States, Canada and Oreat
Britain now sells them and considers
them the most nosular and .aucoasaful
of any preparation for stomach trouble.
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V full particulara.Jiow to protect your farriily and build up
: an estate for yourself. ; . . . H J -.. , -' ; . -''
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' BLAIR T. SCOTT. General Manager. ; . 1
-7 HARRY B. SCOTT, Agency Director. V :,.
609, 610, 611, 6i2 and 613 Cham, of Com, Bldg.; Portland, Ore. '
test fromTth. -property owner against
tha city making th Improvement on tne
ground of expenaa A long strip of fill
had to be mad, taking at leaat 40, 000
cubic yards of gravel; a piece of ele
vated roadway had to be built end a
bridge oonatruoted over Hawthorn
gulch, r Ths remonstrance killed, the
ordinance. , -' " . ;
Then th property owner petitioned
the council for permission to make the
Improvement themselves and th pe
tition was granted. During the year
earth ha been hauled and a portion: of
th fill made, but not enough to do any
good. It Is understood that they have
made a contract' with private Indi
vidual to do the work and that It will
be finished as soon as th Morrison
street bridge la completed.
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Th object of. th Oregon -Development
leagu ar being attained more
rapidly than wa anticipated. Fifty sub
leagues hav been organised and ar now
in operation In aa many principal towns
and cities of th state, and th work of
organising - ta . not . yet - completed.
Through th system of co-operation of
these clubs good work for th develop
ment and a larg amount of advertising
of Oregon. 1 being accomplished.
Through the headquarters In Port
land passe daily a. soor or more of
letter of inquiry concerning oertaln sec
tions or industries of the state. The
letter ar immediately forwarded to th
secretary ot th local . development
leagu In that section; for replies. The
local secretary gathers th, necessary t
Information and ana war th letter.
I .. From th office of th tat secretary
today a ton or more of stationery is
being sent out to th varloua local
league throughout th state. On th
back ot th letter head 1 a list of all
th sub-leagues in th tat and a brief
statement of th Industrie and possibili
ties of Oregon. - All thla stationery be
ing sent out la franked by th railroad
com pan lea. .
"The work of th league," said Secre
tary w. P. Crlssey this morning. Is
growing rapidly and good results are
coming in every' day. The local or
ganisation ar taking hold of tha work
in a proper spirit, and ar doing: all In
their power to advertise Oregon and her
wonderful resource, w ar pushing
th work in th eastern , state with'
good' result." ,.
Preferred Itoet Oaaaat ooaa,
Allen A Lewis' Beat Brand.
MAM IS ODD. BUT WS CJtff PIT
THE BEAUTY OF OUR CLOTHING
Suits and Overcoats
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Clsthini Store fi; cf z OzLzr it Ccr.r.:r:;
In a lif etlm we com aero many
chanc to aav money, and it is unwis
to. let th opportunities paata Without. i
taking advantage of them. Our easy,.;
payment plan on fine Watchea and Dla-..
Bonds give you a thinca ia-maita amalf ,-.
savings every week and obtain full
value for-your money. Before buyfn
a Watch or Diamond elsewhere get our
prices. W gtv a guarantee on our r
fooda that will protect you. Be our .
Isplay of Diamond in our show win- .
ih rxmgT mnr.
Vxt to Woadsr Millinery.
Raven Lump Coat
Dellvared. IV a goodV char) Jhouscoai.
Rock Springs jCuinp
Coal at $8.30 -
Delivered. It's th cleanest and best ,
on this market Screened coal and lull,,
haa Mala tT7S. Oflo Wo. sst Ban.
, aid 8t Op p. Poetoffloe.
Ton wlirlnever kick If rott burn rT A-
MOND coal. Try it once and you will.
always uae it
burn brightly, doe
not Clinker, make no aoot and nrv
llttl ash. Telephone us your order.
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.'- . arroat aad Xearaey Sta. . .
' Main X425. -
Who Acquaintance You Should Cutttoatm
UNLIKE the cheap, Inferior substi
tutes made ot cotton and shoddy and
offered at such "temptingly low prices
It is made and sold on honor at mantt- ' .
facturers' prices, . ' , .
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