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LOS A lOELES luSy -sa : ?tk3&53
i - ;:; ; nv; ii i nn iiiTTinn :: vs? vovv-A ;. hrr frr:,-v., - -
JLCarvln-Wat Easy PJcWng fortfie
Anls ; and ;Thu ; Port-
land Loses. -
f! LpCALS HAD CAME
put VuyLury i hwlu i i
With Many Opportunities to
r " Score,' the Necessary Hit
i Ix "Anrelrs t, Portland i.
V Batterief Grmjr and Eacar; ' Garrln
and McLaaiu .. .; ';,," y.".
Portland had-yeaterdaya.ftme won
"'.but .lt didn't stay won., -their. . anicel
f brethren trine th aor tfl.tha elghtlj
and winnlnc tt in rti - rnth " Innln.
Burn ' la baseball.. Tha 1.000 . CJ Jgi
women who aat through tha long bom-
bardment - wet hopeful until tha laat,
but fata decreed . tha - ; Watch' to; tha
'Angela and Mr. Garvin delivered It. 'The
. locals tartedout with . ruah, touching
up Dolly Gray for four aafa.hlla. and
'with the-aid of two -mlecues,' two of
' If cCradie'a men Voraped atroaa tha horn
rubber. V This- ended .tha ' aoortns for
Portland and It " teemed frnDbMlbla .Sot
;','iha Jocala to ad vanca ajen,. around the
circuit . with any ' .degree . ,or , aucceea.
eight being left on tna bags.'- Loa
Angelea-" had eight men left 'on- baaee,
but . her hard batting managed- to eend
ufflelent around 'to win the -game: (
- With r handicap of - two- runa ; the
Angela aurted an uphillbattle and hlta
came to them -lute. BaaJcespeare'a, aor-
f rows. In batullona, and It waa only pore
luck -on numerous soccaaiona mat more
. trli didn't eroaa the nan. aa "Vlrarll"
narvln wa2ettlnc his bumDlnaa with
: remarkable .regularity. '
Mltchell'a services on nrst beae'were
I ' mlSafar'ar'TeTt Hera wal'"."mtwiai
. weakened when Yaw Oiarea. wsa put on
first and Murphy sent to left.- There
'la aorne doubt as to wnetner Van con Id
hav got Cravath's long - drive In ' the
eighth inning, .which resulted -In tying
the score, but -the chance waa-a dim
.cult one and Murphy did his best,'-run-
v ping Into the fence in bis endeavoi to
handle the. ball. . It avails nothing 'to
if criticise a. young rasa who Is doing-ble
best on a hard play,-when the loaa.of
av game; may be honesty . attributed . to
ether causes." In the ninth the locale
had. a good, opportunity Xo edge In. the
winning run, . but - Oarvin, Runkle - and
.Van Buren failed to connect with 'two
Berhard nit to Van- and was out.
''Flood beat , out a poke -to Rankle, 'and
. took - second on - Garvin's bed toss . to
catch him off first. Smith fanned and
' Dillon- bunted and beat Runkle'a throw
to first, and Flood attempted, to score.
, but Van relayed- the ball to McLean,
retiring the poaaibie score.1 ; , y .. j;
In Portland a, half r tne' first Van
j Buren hit aafely and.McCredle put him
and Van beat the throw to third. House
holder hit safely into-1 light, scoring
Van,, and took ' second on -the 'hit; as
Cravath allowed It" to go through hint,
and continued ' to. th(rd, when Toms n,
handling the throw rrora Cravath,- bit
Eddie on ; the ' shoulder ... and 'the. ball
' rolled ' to the stand and!-' Householder
I ' scored. , Dolly Qrav's-troubles. were not
l-eyven"for McLan singled and A ta 'fol
lowed suit, and Dolly followed with
Wild pitch,' advancing both-, runners,
With-two rune knocking -at the .door,
Runkle struclt out .. r -.
' The . Angela' first ran - came over "; in
the third, when Flood, who had forced
Bernard at, second,? scored . on Smith's
two-aacker and ,Cravath' infield poke.
With two down lit the eighth, captain
Dillon banged one - for two sacks and
Cravath followed ault, scoring Dillon- .
.' Both - team were closed out in the
ninth, bbt In the tenth the Angela found
Oer v In s r In. and Bernard's- double.
Flood's . sacrifice and Smith a - alngle
'SarsleMe Wul gave tt. -
A VCMAM TO 12 T2ZTTY
wast savaaretty kalr. aaatltal kwa4
I aaas'a lairlal rae laarn. '
Mas s met-tlal raae easaara.T
" at Immr rxl 4aerrf
viia 1 altar . eaaarare.
- r -a ,
' Arrusj n at neKinit bams SatoM.
.v;,v. v;t;.:;.v,;,.- fvrr.;v:;. ..-.y--
scored, the winnlnc run, as Portland waa
unable to find the ball aafely. ,
me Bcore'"-' - ; ' i
'..-" Portland. .
"' ' '- ' .' ' in. R H pn. a. v
Van Buren. lb. ...... 4 .l-.t 11 i;
McCredle, rf ...... .-4 g , 0
schiafiy. b...v;v...- t r'i'f.i.' r
Householder, ., f '
McLean, c. .......;. 5 1" t
Ats. ss. .,f.,.....,.,.i. 1,1 .1. I t
Sunkle. Jb. 4 I l-i I
rphy, If, .....I.. 2 . i I -t i,
Oars In. p. ... 4... ,.... i ' 1
Totals :f. v -1 .t fi f jo' II x- i
jti a'' s' - fi tJCM 'AKOELES. ' -'
; ',, t -t t... . AB.R.HPOLA B.
Bernard. r.. ...... a i-,3 t,.l
Flood. . ih.. ..,4 ;l . 1.4 .4
Mmitn, 3b. ........... t I J
Dillon, lb. .......... 6 1' I 41
Cravath. Tt . ,4
Rosa, lf. -......,.WjL4v 1.' 1
Toman. as. , . . . 1 . a 1 1
Fgare. "4 f 1 ,1,
Oray, p." .... '4 '!' t
Tota-?.'.,. . i'. .Cl ,M IT-Ja II
SCORE BT INNINGS.'
Portland . .....1 t 0 1
. Hits lit l-l.g 1
Loe Angelea'.. eottlll
H1U . 1 til Milt S 14
rtmck.out By Garvin.. (Smith,
taJt-Barnaad t.. Reaia. Hseaett lie Pen v.
t (Runkle. Garvin. .Schlady. McCredle,
Householder). Bases on balls Off
Gray, I '(Murphy t. Van Buren). .Two
baa hits JSchlafly. Smith, Dillon, Cra
vath, Bernard. Left on . bases Port
land, I: Los Angeles, I. Double plays
Runkle to Schlady; Cravath to Flood to
1 oman. - -eaerince ana McCredle,
Householder, . Oarvln. Flood. Toman.
Stolen bases Svhlany. Ats. Eagar. Wild
pHcnee uray. uarvin. lime or gam'
una near ana v
minutes. Umpire Mr.
Ik-iopt. ... 4
BASSBAU. AT FBaTVUITOaT.
; ' (Special Mapsteh -U -Tae learaaL) .
rendition. Or.. April 12. A two dara
athletic meet between Walla Walla'and
Pendleton High' schools' waa opdned bare
today with a. ball ' game, in which the
Utter won by a score of IS to 7. The
lineup of the two teams waa as follows:
'Walla Wajla Smalls, catcher; Crock
er,. pitcher; R. Howard,, first bae: Ma
rlon, second base: Cookerly, third base:
Rlackman. ahortstdp; C. ! Howard,- left
field;.' Alng,- center field; Whltehouse,
right ' fleldt Eates .and Durry, ,-subatl-tutea.
--1 ' .. ,; . , .- - ..
Pendleton Penland, catcher; Sterna d,
pitcher i-Hoover, first baae;. Means, sec
ond base; Johnson, third baae; Leonard,
ahortstop, Sktlas, left field; Dickson cen
ter field: Boilermaa, right field l Btorie,
aunstitute. i ,r- - 1 1 ,-,.
.Tomorrow a'track and field meet. will
be hekl here- between teama from . the
two7 schoola, j, -',.(' f , -. j'-. '.
4 'J... BTOTICB ; TO ' ABtATBVBS. 't
4 , , .All , nolle ea .of amateur . base-. . 4
d i ball games, ehallengea and ath-' d
4i let lc" events must.be sent to this'. 4
office 'before W o'clock a..-m. on
the-day for publication. Ama--"d
eur managers should ' pay at-'d
tentlon to this-rule, as the keep-
Ing of It will Inaure. a proper - d
report V of their doings. The
Journal.. , .L i ; t.- -- e
, ,,... ,..: ..... ,v
"wag tk :
seal and taBJag heir. KewaaVa BareMaa
i4etears ihla eaaaay ef aaaaty sad wan m
tW sakr ta rmiM Its aarar) kwta aad
StMaaoaaea. Alaaast am nlasi aaaatta
kw tae see e4nrf44e. As esxlaata
kajv aVasatae, - OeareaaMe axeaaarea etitaaaa
aad BMkas the kalr Hast sad' safTy. he
grease a are, taes ftealag tastaatir. ,
KwslHa Witt ftase tt Tae Late' fst'Bsrslilli. .1
AH OSffCTiOHfiu VIE Vw
lm ' Ancelee
tto itti3 eot
r-y - v .- 1 I .. .i ' I
: , "Beattle, Taesma, 4.
Tacoma. Wash, April 2S. SeatUe de-
. t J FT, . . .
jaraima yesteraay Dy neavy Dar
ting. Miller of SeattU and Tadefc FAgan
navn maae pome runs." score: '
L--Li-.l : . .....TL H.K.
wwraa.. t ... 1 ees.ee i 9 1-10 -Seattl,-
J, . . . . t e 0 t 2 e t -r 1
' Battertae -1riwmA m.t nM
Shields .and Dash wood. v. Umpire U4 via!
4'- ' . OaUaad, X Xrajaotaoei a -'
San Franolaoo, April ' 12. Oscar Ore,
nam waa invincible - for eight Inning
yesterday, while young Henley weak
ened In the tenth and Oakland ' scored
tna winning run.. Score:
d rx a
"""no . . e e e e e e e 1 1-. 4
San Fran- ... n e c -7 a
watterles Henleyand Wllaon; Ora-
uaiu aacaaurrr.- LmDlra htrrlna.
Won. -Loaf, P.C
Boaton . . . .
. J"'.:; v "'C';1-' H.E.
uinrinnau ........ j . S I
Batteiiea Lundarren. and (nina-- rkuK
mini, x uvtpa. iinpire uiay,
bviV V ,' i't' : 'Won.,,. Loet F.C.
Fhlladelshla t u ........ s . . 1 vna
Chicago. ......t.'...,?.'cf . ',; .o
New ork.-,,...'...., s 1. 3 .too
Cleveland .4 .. ... . .,. i? " 1 . . j0a
oT :. ......, 1 j--. .(00
oin ,v'u ....... ,-..'' '..600
Bt. ixuia.'.i,.......,.,;. 2 2" v ! .400
Boston ..,."..'.-... i. 0- f4.- - oo
" ;t , ' aj ,
j. j. J . i T U BF
r-niiaoeiDnia ....... . a
Boston ... f,. .... -j .4 -1
" 5",i'T1'"rCS?k'"5r' 'L Powers
and Schrack; ; Gibson. ; Farrell and . Mo-
aoveaw-rr-v---; , r ......... - .
k.- ' (Jooraal gpeHal Serf Ire.) I :' . "
Buffalo. N. T.. April 22 .Rntriaai
closed today for toe atakea to be run
at the - approaching meeting at' Kenit
worth .Park under .the auspices of -the
Burreio Racing assoclaUon, The meet
lag ia to .i.t .11 dsya , v.,.'
1 no chief stake feature win, Iw. thai
Buffalo derby, for 2-rear-olils arhWih
nas a, guaranieea -value or, ,000. Be-
araee inia -raeettnere are the Niagara
aerial handicaps, of 23.710. for- l-tnt.
oldSTand tipwardar the--- IndKDendenca
atake, of 11.400; the International han
dicap,1 of -21,000:' the -Ontario- handicap,
01 uae. vaiue, . ana tne. ennton and the
Leatberstockina-.'. the latter salllna
staana,- 01 f i.vvv eacn. : . . . .- T .
For, t-year-olda the Blaon' City. ' of
11.000. an for 2-year-olda the Iroauola.
ef ll.SOO, - and ' the Geneasee ' and tha
Mohawk, of 21.000 each, are announced.
In' gteeplechaafng-1 ho prograa-4achKtea
the -Lockport, the Hamilton and the
Toronto, eemblned In aerial ef 12.100. . .
TAUI WIMelBB.aW -
''.' (Jooraal Bperlal Sarvtee.) ''
St LouliVMo., -April It. The Ml -sourliAthletle
club is to be the -scene
ef a notable aquatlo tournament tonight
when the picked club, swimmers . taJH
contest In s - dual meet with the team
of Tale university.' The events will be
a 10-yard swim 10-yard swim, 220-ryard
swim.! 2s-arda with' feet tied. Water
polo aoT relay raoe. njT':
,, A Sewelty i
............. j j, ,tvt
. ..." a. ..... ea
.' . .. . . ' I - .7i
-.V. . w . - S - S ,60d
-... M . .ftO
'..-.. 2 . ; 4 I ' .232
....... ...... 1 i 1 . .142
s 1 a ..-r- i.
. . (From the Hartford Times, ,
The unique sensation of the hour in
Parte4a playwhich la both decent and
populax. . , t '',
ckocrcRrr bar RiR &
6U0W I N tHE HOW UN
RACIfiG GOSSIP Of
Baseball Magnate Farrell Has a
String of Four Nags That 1
Have. Future. ,
ICINLEY MACK WILL: .
i ENTER. MONDAY'S RACE
Other Turf News That Will In-
terest Followers of the
Frank J.. Farrell. ' the baseball mag
nate and racing enthusiast, has a string
of -four l-year-olda -that-look'-tobe the
most promising anfmalalhatruava ever'
been trained to run In his colors, v
. . Two of them are-entered in the Canar
ale atakea. the feature race of the card,,
on Monday. April 24, at Aqueduct One
of these, a superb bay colt, by Kinley
Mack-Maiden Poem, la thought by Frank
-Weir, Mr. Farrell'a trainer, to have an
excellent chance of capturing thta popu
lar event. - The colt baa been- named for
Clarke Griffith. - the doughty manager
of the Highlanders, and With such
cognomen Mr. Farrell feels that the son
of Kinley Mack will be sure to meet
with good racing' luck. -. -'
He is- a fine looking youngster, and
recently at the Gravesend track worked
a half mile in 41 1-1 seconds without
an effort. -,-: '' ' -' ' "
Jamaica racetrack atablea) are erowded
with thoroughbred s. - The track la In
splendid shape and many of the horaea
are-at work. Hermia ana hia ataote
companion.' Stalwart, are In good afaape.
and the pair reeled off mile tat about
1:50... Hermia' a trainer states , that he
ig in no hilrry with him, and .that be
would' receive only, long, ateady gallop
until the approach of the Saratoga meet
ing. .Stalwart., on the other, hand, will
soon receive a preparation for, the big
L Matt Allen, acting for Jamea B.
Brady hag wired "Doo" ' Kyle, at New
Orleans, to puf a price on the 2-year-old
Cablegram. - "Doc" Kyle named a figure.
but it haa not been accepted.
Newton Bennington good-2-year.oia
colt First Water in a trial at the Grave-
send track ran a half mile in 42 seconds
easily. -V : ; '. v , -1
Declaratlona for the Metropolitan Han
dicap are:. Irish Lad. Goldamlth, Mon-
treson. Artful, Wood saw. Coy Maid, Rose
of Dawn. Majorami Merry - Lark and
Intareat hag been aroused here among
harness horse men by the announcement
tharthe GwnaemenTrrTJrtrlng'ctub- t
Cleveland haa mads plana for still fur
ther .increasing ks work una . year oy
giving a number- of race for trotters
under saddle during the matinee. Tear
Ago racing Jtrotters to saddle waa quite
aa much a part of the trotting sport as
racing to harness, but for some un
known reason it died out, until the races
of this rear are a decided novelty. it
ia noealMe. however, that the decadence
er thia atde or the sport is one to tne
great Increase in the. number of horses
to be trained and raced, and the fact
that the - number of trainers has not
Increased , In- the-same -proportion; For
this reason the trainer have been eauea
u con to handle and rare large table.
and. aa raeleg.to saddle I bard work.
trainers hava had to devote, their urns
had energy to driving tnatead of riding.
What oan be done In the way or ea-
tablishlng a new record - for trotting
under aaddl during these matinee will
Interesting. The record for a mue
under saddle waa made by Great Eastern
" . Brew Out far
'Alt airfar uiiiwh era tinw knoarn
to - bo curable, br Bucklen'e "Arnica
Halve. Jas. Walters, of Duffleld. Va,
write;- "I had a cancer n my lip for
ears, that seemed Incurable, till Buck-
en's Arnica Salve heeled It. and now tt
a pnnectiy Well." Guarantee cure ror
uta sri burns. iKa at Hd Cross Phar
: .' :
the - oop&i
& ;W O UVR
at Morriaanla. New York, September 22,
J 1277, the -time bemr t:U Hi bar-
naa-iwuiu lou waa a.x. uui ui. nii-
ferenoe does not - represent the actual
difference is time Between tne two ways
of going, for gome horaea could lower
their harness . time considerably . mere
than the 2 K aeeonda of Great Eagtern.
The, barneaa record at that, time waa
the 2:14 of Goldsmith. Maid. t; ,
? Diamond clistenings.
' It la bard Indeed. to loa a game in
the laat stages. Seems to be Portland'
fate to lose by on run. '.'.- ,
Portland and i Lo -Angelea each had
eight men left on bases. 1 1-wouldn't
have altered the result If every on of
these men pad cored.
Big Jack McLean felt .worew ever yea-
Of SALMON EGGS
i- v- 7.'
Nine Million Are Shipped to Port
land for Exhibit it-Cewl
1 ':. -V :y and Clark' Fair.'
A OF POTATOES RECEIVED
Baptist Women .Give Easter, Fair
Looking at Proposed
7-7: Water Systerrr Route."""
-,'.. j. """"" -',. ... .i-t.'1
(Special Mstateh a Tae Jiassl,)'. ,
- Corvallls. Or, April 21. Nine million
salmon egg for hatching purpose went
through Corvallta yesterday en root to
Portland for tha Lewi and Clark ex
position that will be made by the
flaherlea department of - Oregon. - Wash
ington and the federal government un
der th supervision of the Oregon state
fish .commission. ; Th egg were shipped
from the hatchery at Elk City! . a
Forty-nine varieties -of European
potatoes arrived ' today from the agri
cultural department at Washington for
the Oregon - Agricultural college at- Cor
vallls. They will, be- used .for -expert-
mental pexpasee, -aad easne te-Corvailla
in the mall, there being . alx sacks of
th petaioe. :,;. '-
According to rumor, there 'will be
Pullman car 'placed on th run -between
Corvallls and Yaqulnav during th com
ing excursion season. ' AD coach .on
th C aV E. road are to be remodeled
and repainted and the roadbed will be
repaired thin spring. 4 '
Th Baptist ladles held aa Easter fair
In a "building on Malntatreet today; sell
ing Easter novelties and serving supper.
It waa quit nws fui. - 1
Today, accompanied by A number ef
hiembef Of the water, committee ef th
city .. council. W N.-Fortner, a i well-
known hydraullo engineer of Portland,
went out to Rock creek to look around
and decide upon figure at which ho will
mak the -council an ffer to supply
tbenfwlth a surrey and estimate for
mountain Water system Tor Corvallls.
Other hydraulic engineer are to- vlalt
Corral!! soon for . the ' sama porpo
- (Spelal Maaateb ts lb Jam sat - -Seattle.
- April 22. Professor W. X.
Bower. head of- th department of
chemistry at tha Seattle high school,
died yesterday -at the bona of J. -F.
Illlngawortku' -'Hid parent live .en .
timber claim In Oregon, 110 mile from
railroad and until word can reach
them no funeral arrangement wW be
made. He' waa -22 rears of age and
datb was do t erbr-plnal menin-
gitie."-- z . ,'
. f.icCre . r.! ; i ! J I !. j C..;xC-
Cam Rcs-j end Turf fir cf tv. Cnt'
'" Baseball end , Cthtr ' ,Ct?orn3 Gzczlp. :
terdyfa defeat, than any of th. player,
for ha blocked three possible score at
th plat; and worked real hard- to win.
The big fellow secured -two nice hit
yesterday. - -" " - - '. "
- Van - Buren punched v out two more
hlta yesterday anUagaia crossed . th
pan tor the local. Van seems to be
the beet run-getter Mho locavhv havs at
present . - The old reliable covered first
In excellent style-yesterday aad mad
himself more popular tnan ever. If that
la possible; by 'hi clever' work. v
Lou Runkles' r Aeldlog was again the
feature r of the - game, as be accepted
alx chance cleverly without a miacue.
Lou fa still troubled -with th loss of
hi battipg- ayea. . ," j , , , ; . , j -
Ely Catea la slated to pitch for Port
land today and will be pitted against
Charlie Baum of. Loa Angele. , Cate
pitched his Arat full game for Portland
last Bunday . when . ' he1 held OalUahQ
down to three hlta.,.- f'r " r. r.
Outfielder- Waldron .-arrived at Baa
Franoiaco .'.from .' Albany, ' , New, Torlt,
Wednesday, c He said he was In eondv
tion to pUy any time thit Parka Wil
son wanted him,' and he looked the part
Of a trained athlete, 1 ;' . I
Toung Harry Murphy mad anient
did running ' catch of Dillon's ' Texas
leag-uer back . of . second. . He "eat, la
ahead of Ats and Householder and cap
tured the bail neatly. ; : :
.Cap , Dillon' third . hit came ,ln - the
tenth, when he hit through the box and
the ball caromed of f Gua Kloprs shin.
rnsa oi beuua batting thira lor
Bt Loo la. - In the opening . game at
Chicago . Friday, Emit hit out two
single. . Clanoey, : who I playing first
for Pittsburg, aise got two singles. - -
Catcher Anderaon. who was with
Poatiand in 102, wUl be with Min
neapolis this year. .Detroit drafted htm.
but be. waa not fast enough to hold hia
I lob. . ..t,v...:...i.i
J BUIy Dammana 1 " , the; enter of a
: '.'. t:
Oil ' Magnate Has Filed1 a -Deed
, sajd. Consideration.;
FIRST EVIDENCE' THAT w
N HE REDEEMED THE MINE
Purchaser of Big" Oregon Mine
. Lives in Massachusetts and
' WpecUl Mapatck t The JearsaLl '
' Baker City, Or.. April 32. A deed waa
rued with the county recorder late yes
terday afternoon, under the terms of
wtuch Henry H. Rogers, the Standard
Oil magnate, and bis wife, convey to
Robert M. Burnett, of, Southborough,
Massachusetts, all of the Cornucopia
mines property in thl county.
- Th . consideration is placed '' at
ssi.sss.fi, - Tne instrument, signed by
Roger and hia wife, was a matter for
much curious speculation. - i -
-Nothing is known here concerning the
Intentions of th new owner regarding
the development of the property,- al
though It la not thought It will b per-
m-ttteer-t remain idle longer.- ' - ' .
Thl I th first documentary evidence
produced that Roger put up the money
lor redeeming tne cornucopia at execu
tion sal recently, when more than 250,.
000 in - cash was paid into court.' He
had -claimed, a. 1100,000 mortgage, but
when th money for redemption was of.
fercd th attorney : for . the redeeming
parties said that the money - waa ten
dered by the Cornucopia Mine of Ore
gon . company. . which. saaant John K.
Searlea, . the bankrupt augar tnagnal.
From that time until th present there
ha, been nothing said er done Indicat
ing whether fiearle really-raised the re-
detnpcion funds,-- It- they- wore paid by
Rogers. The deed indicates . that th
latter furnished the money, and In re
turn therefor Searlea deeded th prop
rty to Rogers, - ... ., . ..
Burnett la not known here, and It can
not be said now If he la merely acting
a, trustee for Roger or 1 buying
bona fid. - Tb people OJf tha district
impatiently await- final announcement
f the plana" or the new management ,
VALLEY HOP, FIELDS i
IN EXCELLENT SHAPE
(Special Dtaseeca v Tae JearaaL
Albany. Or April 11. Hoc in thl
action of tb valley are in excellent
condition, and tb aew yards especially
are showing up flee, -A yard of 10
acre., across the river front this city,
planted thia spring, la snowing th best
stand of plants ever seen In, litis part
of the valley. . There are very few t ad
hill and the plants are ito.- t! t.
A irnber Of men are now I t v j
-. a' 1 they pro-j i t j
'f i" r
small tempest In, Spokane," Dam man n
1 held by Spokane by a reserve con
tract, but Boise wants him, the worst
way. Spokane, ; in . turn. wouldllk
mighty well to get hold-nr MeFajrlane.
wno ia a-prisoner in th Boise camp.
Dammann would Ilk to play with Boise,
o -Matt Stanley , haa offered to trade,
and the deal may go through. '
The new uniforms for the -Spokane
Indian hay arrived an Spokane. The
.suit are pearl gray with blue lettering
ana blue - trimming. -'Blue belt and '
stockings are to be worn. The team
will play a game there Sunday with the
Spokane Amateur Athletlo cluBH
(Journal Special Bcrrtce. ) i ; , :
t San Francisco, April 22. The only In
cident of the day at Emeryville track
waa the wretched snowing of Daa Col
lins in the second race. Summary:
i . Four furlongs I'm Joe won,. Syphon i
Girl second. Legal Form third; time. :4. '
: Six furlongs Strenlllty won. Dr. Sher
man second, Dortce- third r time. 1 :1H. '
Mile Gloomy Gun won.-- Calculator
eeond, Jernsha third;, tjms 1:44 Vi.
Six furlong Crusadob won. Sad Bam
second, Tocolaw third; time. 1:14, .
. Mile and an elgbth-r-AUopath won. J.
V. Klrby second, Henry. C. Ry third; i
Una, IMH. . ' . .
MUe and aa.eighth Ledus.woo, Ma
rello second,. May. Holllday third; tlm ..
:.. . -,, --;-. . ,r ,:.
; oox.tncBiA ram sroas wiiwl ; '
4 '. . ---'' v . m "i i ...--.v.., -a.
The Columbia drug store team won
from th Lincoln Park team yea lerda f.
afternoon In an exciting . game. The
final eor stood 11 to f. Batteries:,
Ooluanbia pharmacy.' Bat em an and Pier- '
son; Lincoln Park, Baker and Thornton, i
a new yard I not expected to bear nop
until th second year. Other part of;
th county report similar conditions, and ',
the outlook for the bop industry in this
county Is very flattering. .
- (Speelsl Batsatch ts Ts Jearaal.)
. McMlnnvllle. Or, April 12. The New.,
berg high school an, the McMlnnvllle j '
high school met la a debate last even-
Ing. ' Th subject waa, "Resolved. That
the cabinet system of Great Britain la
better than that of tb United State.'
A few opening ' remark were mad by
Professor Wilson of McMlnnvllle and)
Professor R. W. Kirk of Newberg. TJlef "
following program waa rendered: Piano
solo. Mr. Herbert Eckmann; vocal duet!
Misses Henderson and Little; violin olor
Mis Ethyl Evans. - - - j
In th debate th afftrmatlv was
Harvey Saunders.- Miss Blanch McNay
and Llnsey Qudley; nagatlv. Earl Nottrx
George Mclntlre and Samuel Babeock.
The Judge ' made -their decision laj'
favor ef th McMlnnvllle high school..;
An elaborate banquet waa 'served after. .
th urogram.: ,..
Portland Kennel Club.
Exhibitor dealHng entry blanks ogi
any other additional information ia coo-,
nectlon with entering , their dogs foa
the . coming dog show, can secure th
same by addreaslBg the secretary.. Mr.i
F. F. Wamaley. 22S Pine street. elty
Entries will close Tuesday. April 22.
Avalt yourself of the opportunity of
taking a Business er Shorthand course : -during
the summer months, when the j
schools are not crowded, thtie etulpRtnv!
rourself for a good position in th tall? j,
t la a simple thing to do. yet the re-i
suits are incalculable. We asstst 0U
graduates In finding positions.
Sum and Morrison St.. PwrCud. et.'
Open all th year. Call or send for
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