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F.IOHE TEAM YORK
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, jj Y . M. C. A; ACTIVE IN ATHLETIC WORK I
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Y. M. C. A,' Bsttet-FalMSl
In reviewing th past season of games
it most satisfactory to not that to
three strong teams produced, vis.: th,
" ; first and second basketball and the In
door basebair team, hare been a direct
' outgrowth of the many smaller teams
flaying in the interclass league. Dur
ng the' fall term of class work there
were ten basketball teams, three Junior
snd seven senior teams, competing in a
-aeven-rfeam interclass league. This ee
rie of games was played each Friday
night, the' regular night provided for
game, and closed at the holidays with
;' the Sallowing standing:
Won. Lost. P.C.
Tigers . : 0 1.009
--15 Class t 1 '.(S3
'Leader Club .....'..,.. I t .&00
Hvailnt , . - .60
;NOO . I-, 4 .Sit
.!. B. C. ....... .. t , 4 .SSI
tcuiij i.u .jt t .ooo
At, this lime' when the first and ee
. 'end teams started practice, almost every
' ' team ' in the league wae represented on
:ne or other of the teams. . The first
vtnm played four games, all of which
-, -they .won with following scores: .
,V. A.,C. .... ,.i....t It
. p. A. . C (InterooUegtate charo- ,
, ;piont, -05) rr-rtt
. M, A, A. C, (City champions. '04.lS-i-ll
'M: A. A. C. Clty champions. '04V.lt to
'. ) The second team- Tigers) -was-wtth-
oiit question h fastest' and had tlie
f HE COAST- LEAGUE
'Portland Ud, Now . With San
francisco, Doing Stunts
With "His Bat.
M'CREDIE IS STRONGEST
Standing of Players Whose Bat
ting Lands Them Above x
Two Hundred. '
Thr batting , averages of the Pacldo
coast league players up to and including
'April It, gives Danny Shea,' the Port
land boy, who is catching for San
Francisco, the highest - average, while
pitchers Charlie Hall of Seattle, Shield
. of 'Seattle and- Thomas of Taooma are
well -up with averages over the .Mt
I mark, -Irwin of Ban Francisco is the
'leader of the regular players. Th av
Player. At Bat. Bits. Av'f.
Shea. Mayrandeeo 11
.IV Hall, Seattle .....IS
Hhleld. SmKU U
lleadereoa, Seattle 4
" Thnaiaa, Taeoma IT
Irwin, Baa Franeleee .,......,
, O. Graham. Oakland 10
Hasan, Taeoma ....11
Jnnea. Portland ..............11
,. It-was, Oeelaad
r.tfo. Taeoma fa
Hlldehraad, Baa Pranelace ....M
vUoodwtn, Ie Angelas ........10
' iber. Oakland 10
Flood. IM Ancelea .......... .M
CrTih. Los Ansalea .........OS
II. Hall, Seattle 1
Hernard, Loa Anaelea .........61
Dnnbarfl, Uaklaad ........... .M
Krafy, Seattle ...........SS
MrHal. Seattle ,...M
Union. .IM Anaelea ....
-Van- Haltefto, Oaklatd i....i..S '
Mi-Leaa, I'ortland ........
Hptea. Urn Angelea ...t.......84
Hoaaeholder, Portland ........ -t
Spencer, Ban FTanelneo ........ST
Nordyke. Taeoma 6T
ftraahear. Loe Aagelea 1
l. MUler, Seattle M
Pevereioa. Oakland 60
Xim4dt, tWkland ' f
Khehan, Taeoma 04
Rnaa, lift Aneloa ............40
Ata. Portland M
Poyle, Tacoaia ........T
1 ' .24
I - .202
Van Imrm, Pert land
Walter, San rraaelaee .
Kefe. Taeoma 1
W. Hall, Lot Aaaales 6
LONG SHOTS GOOD -1
" DAY At OAKLAND
r x . tveeclal Dtasatek by Laaaad Wire te The Jonrnal)
-'fttEmmery villa. April 11. Weather
p clear, track good. f. ' .. ':
five ur longs, t-year old, puree, $400.
rather Catham (Jones),"! to"l. won;
, Busy Bee, second: Reydelraundo, third.
- Time, l:pi 1-4.
One and a fourth miles. 4-year old
and up, selling purse 1400. Poosart
-IKelly), 1 to- 1, won; Iras, second; Ex.
ertlent.-third... Time. :0t 1-4. !
TOne mile", t-year1 old ' and tpwdrd,
' .filing . purae t400-Oeyroh - (Knapp),
, 11 to t. won; Wane Nlcht. seoond; Btll
. lcho. third. Ttma. 1.40 1-t, ..- ;4 a
C,On and three- sixteenth -miles. 4-year
1 1 j'and. (ip,. handicap, purae 21,000.
' p lliuarjr ' Maa (Travara), to 1. 'won;
director; Fretman, captain;, Schramm. .
greatest anduranc of any team in the
state. They clearly out-classed every
team of their own weight which they
met. and playing O. A. C.'s crack first
team the close margin of SS 26. " They
played the following games-with score:
Tigers. .26.. O. A. C. (1st team). ... ,.tt
Tigers. .S1M. A. A. C. (2d team L. 22
?tger..t0?.8. II. 8. at Portland)?.. IT
lgere..24..S. H. 8. (at Salem) ... ..It
Tigers.. 4t.. Oregon City T. M. C. A.. 10
Tigers. .22. .Dallas cone
k. C (Ii
Tigers.. St.. Oregon City T. M. C A.V.17
Tigers.. 42. .M. A. AC. (Id team). ..14
" This ; excellent record places ' them'
without question as Junior champions of
This season all the basketball in the
state was tinder control of th A. L. N.
A. and A. A. U, "every team being regis
tered and' playing only sanctioned
games. This is. the first season .that it
baa aver been accomplished. ",-. Effort
was made to "bring about aiLannual state
championship baaktbaDj meet, but
could not be brought to a f oeus, but it
is expected that ' next season will wit
ness this also; There was a marked im
provement In the officials this year, .due
largely to a better knowledge of the
game. 'but there Is (U , room, for im
provement, s "
The T. M. r. A. program at the fair
will occupy three or-four days during
rlonlton, second; Brlarthorpe, " third.
Time, t:00. ; ' . : ' . . :
Seven. furlongs,' 4-year old and, up
ward, selling purse. t00. Whoa Bill
(Knapp). T to JwonTrapsetterrsec
QBdi -EthtfcAbhotVAhlrd. Time, A Jt t.4.
Futurity course, 1-year old, purse
1400. Albert Fir. 1:10 (Travere, It to
t, won; Hooligan, second; Ruby, third.
Time, la. . ... .4
At Ao.aadao rack.
Six furlongs The Gadfly, won; Gray
Lad, second; Pel Cante, . third. Time,
Five furlongs. Toscan, won Xenll
worth, second; Burleigh third. Time,
Four and a half furlongs. Leonard
Joe Jlayman. won; 8Pcmjt''"nse1s9(;ii
and; Kuatrrthlrq. Time, tl 2-4.
One mile. St Valentine, won; Rapid
Water, second; Sinister, third. Time,
. One mlla Otamplaln, won; Pronta,
second; Arsenal, third. Time. 1:4ft.
- Four and a half; furlongs. First
Water, won; ' Carols, second; Deux
Temps, third. Time. IS. .
O. A. laU TBAJC
r'The Y. U. C. A. basebalt team opened
their season yesterday at Hawthorne
park by defeating the O. R. 4V N. nine
at" the-score of IS to 1- The game was
witnessed- by a large crowd, while on
the outside a mob of boys took the lib
erty to graft every foul tip that chanced
to come their way. The game was well
played tand no time did the O. R. .4
N. boys have a chance t score. Man
ager Babbitt Is more than, pleased by
the prospect xft hist men vand believed
that the aasoolatten will .t-have one of
the- strongest amateur, teams in the elty.
Hlgginbottisnf snd- -Orahart worked like
clockwork allowing their opponents only
two hits, while on th other .hand the
O.) R. .- K. pitcher was freely touched
up by the aaaoclatloii- boys.
The Una n.,waai..i. i-j
O. R.N. : , V" ' T. k C. A.
Wan;". .... ...ft. C ........ . .Oraham
Lovejoy -P . .Hlgglnbotham
Watklns Jat ,,'..,.-. Heltsman
johnson 2nd . ... Schocklay
Frobridge .,....t"r i...W. Morrow
Fleming 8. 8k..M C Morrow
Cummlngs ...... R.-F.,.., . Birch told
Sheridan . . . ", .'.T C. T. . .'. . . . Thing
Lane L.' F.". . . . . . . . Llgbty
r v.w ... .. -y , 4 ft t 7
d. r. .N....t f o : , o
T. M. C A.. ..-.-. 0 0-; t 1 It
Off Hlgglnbotham. J hiui; strikeouts.
14. Off Loveloy, t hts; strikeouts, 4.
Umpire, Jeffries; fcorer, Myers. i
. XAPFT .OTn
( Rpaclat Dispatch to The Journal.)
Seattle. April !. The. happiest man
In Seattle today Is Dr.., J. 8. Kloober,
who owns the Oreen River Hot Springs
hotel. . -His favorite -collie " Wlnnetka
Ballyarnett has swept all before him in
the Victoria bench show, defeating the
hitherto, invincible champion. Prince,
owned by John Mcintosh of Vlotorla,
considered by many competent judges to
be the best oolite In th west.
Ballyarnett is but 11 months old and
when he was showp In Seattle last weak
h mad his debut. : He took second
to Prince) here In- the' open, class and
the prediction- era freely made that the
youngster would beat th champion In
another year. .. ,'
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OsTr TATtXT jvanrA ' , .
Golfer are busy thes days on Wa
ver ly links getting Into practice for th
Pacific coast ehamplonehlps that will
be held oa the local links from June
It to tt. Th handicap committee Is
busy arranging, affairs for the tourna
ment, which ts expected to be the big
gest of it kind ever held on: th Pa
cms coast. ... ;;
July and will , comprise the following
program: - Basketball . championship,
individual gymnastio ' championship
(horse, hortsontal bar, parallel bars,
flying rings); team gymnastio and ath
letic championship (marching, calls,
thenics, side horse, horizontal bar, par
allel bars, running high Jump, basket
ball, one mile relay): Pentaphlon cham
pionship (100 yards dash, high Jump,
pole vault. II lb. hammer, one mile
run), championship track and field
(100 yards Tlaah, 210 yards dash. 440
yards run. 100 yards run, one mile Tun,
two mile run. 120 yards high hurdle, llftJ
yards-low-, hurdle, running nigh Jump,
running broad Jump, pole vault. It lb.
shot. It lb. hammer, throwing discus).
The meet will be under sanction of
A. U N. A., of the A. A. U. . .
The local Y. M. C A. expects to put
out strong teams In all events and are
at present training their men. . It will
also enter men and teams In many of
the' open events. There is plenty of
room for. good men who wish to make
these events, -ao. It" Is hoped by the
athletic committee of the T. M. C. A.
that some Qf these men may take ad
vantage of the - next 10 - days, during
which the initiation fee will be red uc ted
and that they will take out a member.
ship snd get into' active training for
whatever events tney wisn to enter.
KERNEL CLUB RAISES
- THE ANJillAL DUES
Local Fanciers' Think Five Dol
lars a. Year Is Little - .
Kennel matters are at present on the
boom, and, th proepects for th largest
dog show ever held in th northwest are
very bright. Entries have been received
from San Francisco. The Dalles, Walla
Walla and many town down. Ibe. valley
and th . northern cities are yet to be
heard from. Mr. Hawleya famous fo
terriers from Ssn Francisco will bs on
hand, also a string of eastern-winners
In charge of Ben Lewis, on of the most
expert handlers in the east, Great In
terest Is being manifested by the Boa-
ton terrier fanciers of this city on ac
count of th numerous trophies to be
competed fo at the enow, and it Is un
derstood that several very fine speci
mens of the breed have lately been pur
chased by kennel club members ;wlth
th object of carrying some of them off.
At a recent . meeting -of th club the
annual dues were raised from tl to tl
and various matters pertaining to the
coming show were - discussed. The
directors are desirous ot making this a
banner show and the bench shonr com
mttte are now busily engaged in pro
curing entries th date of closing being
Tuesday, May tt. - Thomas Ashton, who
will judge th Portland show, Is an
English Judge of excellent reputation.
He recently Judged at the Buffalo Ken
nel club show, and the eastern kennel
publications, as well as th sxhlbltors
were very enthuslastto about the man
ner In which he handed th large
classes assigned to him.
Gay - Lombard ' will have his new
pleaaur launch ready for the .water on
June ;l. - Th launch Is being built by
O. P. Oraham and will be the prettiest
snd most commodious craft of her kind
on th Willamette. The launch will be
4S feet long and I 1-J-feet wide and
will have a speed of 10 miles on hour.
Theoat will be It horsepower, and
equipped with a standard engine. Th
appointments In the lsunch will be per
fact. f containing . a ' complete buffet.
among other accommodation.
TJOSaTB DOim AXMUKT.
JJoornd JJpeclat terri
Eugene, OrV April It. In- a one-sMed
game ' of base ball her this afternoon,
th Eugene high school - defeated - th
Albany high school 11 to J.. Albany's
lack of practice was largely responsible
for th defeat, while Eugene played
almoat perfectly. . The batteries were:
Eugene, Pender and . King; Albany,
Schults andiRead. -
-w "--T-UssTSSsiAiai wr. '
Th Centennials defeated th Brook
llnee iW a one-sided contest yesterday
by th scor -9t.lt t 1.
Boat Borrow Trouble.
It Is a bad habit to -borrow anything.
but th worst thing
you can possioiy
When sick, sore.
borrow is trouble.
heavy, weery and worn out by the pi
and poisons of dyspepsia, blliousn
Brlght's disease, and similar Into
disorders, don't sit down and brood
over' your symptoms, but fly forrellef
to Elect r 10 Bitters. Here you will find
euro and permanent forgetfulnees rof
til your troubles and your body will not
be burdened by a loed of debt dieeaee.
At Red Cross Pharmacy, Sixth and Oak
streets, on -tne way 10 me pveunocei
Prlc 40c Guaranteed.
Individually Locals Are" Strong,
v But More Hard Practice .
'.' v""'-i Is:. Needed.'
Th new Portland
home, and the v have been
n Blsd up by
a large jumber of thtf fans -and -will
be alsed up by all of th local enthus
iast thia afternoon, and .'from th in
tereat expreeeed in local baseball cir
cles th crowd expected ef the ball
grounds - this afternoon will beat th
record day that memorable Sunday in
IMS, when Bam Morris, th Chenxawa
Indian, pitched against and defeated
Mlk Fisher's, Sacramento club.
. MoCredle'e -men - are- claying good)
ball,' and although they hav lost, a
ooupl of olo games -this weak, thay
will do much better as soon as . th
season, Is a little farther, advanoed.
Portland has been up against th beet
teams -in the league, . which club hav
maintained th eame Une-up from two
to five years. This fact alone is a Ban-
dlcap to the local club, which is a new
nine ntlrlr. as only two man on the
team played together last year, thoa
blng Jonas ana Hcnisny, wno. wr on
th Oakland team, while their opponents
of the opening week are th erack iam
Annies Uam. which has been held to
gether by Manager Morley for over four
year-- - --s----:? -
Portland's team work, especially while
at bat, Is stUl raggedv and a is th
case with all new clubs. It will reqalr
a few months of playing together In or-
der ta wear off the rough edges.
When th fact that th crack team,
now under- th command of Frank Dil
lon, did not break even during Uve open-Ine-
aeries at bom, is taksn Into con
sideration. Portland's ' performances to
data have not been so bad aftsr alL
Individually, the Portland club has no
superior in the league, and It will not
be long) according to persons who fol
low the gam closely, before they will
be nroflolent In a class of team work
that will annex many a' gam.
In Oarvtn. Jones. Esslck, Cats and
French, Portland has a staff of pitcher
thateomaar favorably - with that of
any-minor league team in th country,
and their work so far nas oeen excei
lent . , .
The accident to First Baseman Mitch
ell Jn Thursday's game ha crippled th
team to a arraater extent than moat peo
ple would imagine u tuoo vi v,,v
will do; for van uuren. wno nas lew
suneriors as an outfielder, has . been
transferred from left field to the in!
tlal cushion, which position, Vancan
AH acceptably, but It weakens - the
outer works of the team, making tt nec
essary to play a change catcher or a
pitcher In left until Mitchell recovers.
which will tea s sverai weeas.
Portland has so fa broken even with
the Los -Angeles team on th local dia
mond a vary good showing, consldsring
everything and It la the alncereat wish
of every fan. and baseball-patron "In this
city that the Portland nine, wlU work Jn
such harmony and action-that It will be
a pleaaur to- witness th games and al
low th spectator an opportunity to p
proud of th Portland club,
Kaalck and Toren will oppose each
other tomorrow afternoon, and a royal
battle Is axoected.' "
Ell Catea made a favorable impression
on his Initial bow -"before a local audi
ence Testardar. and. although hit for
long drives, h managed to keep them
scattered. H is a cool worker and Is
not Inclined to get rattled or wild In
plnchee. HI only pass ,ytrday wae
whan Tim Flood stopped a spit ball with
his anatomy In th sixth. Cates I also
something of ..battrlot . wlthtwo -out
and th base loaaea in in seconq ne
brought two runs over with a pretty hit
Tim Flood mad th first horn run of
th season on th looal grounds, and
when th popular' little - eand-ac1cer
finished th circuit h was greeted by a
demonstration of handclapping. stamp
ing of feet and shout of "Take off your
hat" which almost made him believe he
was in Los Angeles, r iooa is quit a
Harry Murphy caught Cat' spit ball
In a clever manner yesterday, and ha a
considerable ability as a backstop. - Hs
had-four assists ia-resterday's game,
and his only mlscue was a passed ball
In the seoond thst allowed Ross to score.
Frank Dllhm had hi batting eye yes
terday and secured four . out of four
tlrnea ii n
Biff Jack McLean was considerable of
a factor In yeeterday'e victory, aa he
'made' his two hits count for runs, for he
scored after making ecu one. - hi cre
ated a laua-h br standing behind Tomsn
at seoond. Th difference "trr "trial r' le"
and th attltud h assumed caused the
crowd to roar with laughter. '
Jake Ats also had a perfect batting
average, for In th scor he la credited
with three hits in three times up. He
made a neat sacrifice on th other turn
at hat ; . '-
Bobby Eager seem te- get nw wim
more foul tips than any of th catchers.
but lt-Moe not eeem to- comer mm any.
In a Close game of baseball yesterday
morning, the Hawthorn baaeball team
defeated th Third Portlanu academy
team by the soor of I to i. Th fea
tures of th gam wer th fielding of
the . Hawthorne, and th pitching of
Blakeney. who sfruck out It men. The
teams llnned ud as follows;
Ha wthomes . ... Academy
Montagu . C Thorn
Blankeney .... P Wood
Oraham B8 Oeary
Prehn 1st ...mm, Corbtt
Hewitt Snd Eastman
Palmer .a....... trd Prioe
Tounger LF . Bert
TMnrla CF Gray
Lawson ......... RF ..... La tamer
TTmnlre Hurlburt' - -
Th scor by innings was: ToUla
Hawthornes I 1 1 1 SMI X t
Academy ........0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t 11
- nnm ro struzTSjf. v
' Tommr Traesy has oompleted Srrang
"mint WHw tig borinr-hnm-ev
b tendered - Kid Sullivan, the young
pupil of .Traeey' boxing school who met
with n -accident that necessitated th
amoutatlon of a foot .
Th affair will take plac at Merrill's
hall on next Friday evening, and th
proceeds - will go toward securing an
1 1 1 L IV. I linn .lim ..f'a ,.
Th program for th vnlnr-wTTf In-1
elude a boxing exhibition netwn- sf y
Uriou Billy Smith and Jimmy Rellly,
another between Kid Swanson and Kid
Freeman, and a special match for a
medal between Hatten end Warren, th
two old-time rivals of Sullivan in Tra-
ey's school.. Profesaor A. J. Topping
will glv an exhibition in mind reading
and several othef boxing bout. In ad-,
dltlon to a few dancing and club swing
ing specialties and wrestling bouts will
.1.1 . . AM ..l.MkU
li .vh, m ii .iijvwi, .ih.imiiiiiu.iii
given In tlif cause, of charity, ,
M (speeiai DHpetea ie n rearaaif
. Hood River, Or., April tt. Th lo
cal high school team defeated th Dal
le Junior this afternoon by-tn scor
or to t.
- - '
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Mitlions of pcoDle. of nine different
nations, are, constant users of Liquo
sone. Some are using it to get welt;
tome to keep well. . Some tq cure
germ diseases;, some at a tonic no
medicine was .ever so widely - em
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your neighbors ana trienat are among
tnem. Ana nan ins peopi you meet
wherever you are know someone
whom Liquozone has cured. ' '
If you need help, please ask some
of .these users what Liquoson does.
Don't blindly take medicine for what
medicine cannot do. , Drugs never kill
germs. For your own sake, ask
about Liquozone; then let ut buy you
full-tite bottle to, try. .-.
We Paid OlOO.OOO
For the American rights to Liquo-
tone. We did tnis alter, testing tnc
product for two years, through phys-
thousands of difficult cases that Liq
uozone destroys the esuse ot .any
grm disease. '
T.lnnnna has iar, mors thin so
years, been - the. constant subject of
scientific and chemical research. It is
not made-by compounding drugs, nor
with alcohol, its virtues are derived
snlelv.from ras largely oxygen gat
K a arnreii renuirina immense ap-
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An h ii 1 nerve food and blood
food the most helpful thing in the
KARL KIM SOLVES:
Eugens Baseball Enthusiast Says
Karl King of SMgene waa th only on
of th many wh tried Th Journal's
baseball pusxla to solve It correctly. Mr.
King writes Intelligently about th play
and bis answer follows:
To th Sporting Editor f Th Jour
nal In answer to your baseball pusale:
Th batter hits a groundsr to aa In
flslder. for Instance th third baseman,
who uses poor" Judgment in throwing
th ball, aad throws it to catch th run
ner horn Instead of th on at first,
Thrball, however, get there to late to
catch th runner. Th man on second
has meanwhll run to third and la play
ing off third a Uttl. Th catcher
throws th ball to catoh him at third,
is 4oo late, tit man who hits th ball la
on hi way to second. Th third' base
man throws to second and trie to- catch
that runner, who stop bf or be
reach th bag. Th runner oa third
run horn whan th bH 1 thrown to
second. - Th second baseman can not
touch th runner between flrat Snd sec
ond befor th man running from third
core th sixth run. Ne hit, no errors.
no put outs, no assist, are made, and
no base runner i nit oy oattaa oaji.-
It Is simply a fielder's choice - -
- " KARK, KINO, 7
Manager of Eugen High School baae
ball team. ; '
The- Journal'- answer Is imHar-and
, - There were . two men - out and run
ners on seoond and third baae when th
batter lt a grounder to th shortstop.
Instead of throwing to first baa and
making sur of hi man, th shortstop
exercised his option of a -fielder's choice
and took . chances on a shorter throw
of catching th runner going from third
to home rTh pickup was clean and th
throw perfect,- but th runner had op
talned a good start and beat th ball
to th plate Th bataman. observing
th play, turned flrat base and kept on
running for' aecond lo draw a throw
from th catcher, Meantime th runner
n second had gon to third, and when
th catcher threw down to second a
made e daah for home . The runner
between first and second atopped so aa
to prevent th second baseman from
touching him, and before the latter L
could return th ball to th catcher1 th
second runner bad. also ecored. Th
Uttsiu nlssn, ind-jquih throws
wer perfect, so that there was no er
ror, yet there was no hit, no put-out
and no assist, and th ball waa hit Into
j Victor Dining Table
with patent end- extension .
' ' '.The : : ' ' STi-l : No lesTcs'to i 5
C v'i-.., ' be removed ;
. ACme ol Le-w " f ) ( l- in' extending
Convenience ( Ii ( ' ' tsbie.
C V I inmfag ts- I rTi'A ( " ""...".1.'...',) ( IlZlLl::.:.:i I I justed instsnt-1 1
C. I bis. cloth and if - l ' V If snd is sl- I
st , i aians nea not i , , . ' - 'I WB'" rcauy- i ,v. .
I t removed. I ' - . I for USS. I '
. j Eirtendcd Showing positioa of lavs and method of eparaUon 1 1J ' I
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world to you. Its effects are exhil-
arating, vitalising, puruying. i
is a germicide so certain that we pub
lish on every bottle an offer of $1,000
for a disease germ that it cannot kill.
The-reason is that germs re vegeta
bles; and Liquozone like an excess
of oxygen is deadly to vegetal mat
ter.' - . '
There lies the great value of Liquo
zone. , It is the only way known, to kill
germs in the body without killing the
tissues- too. -Any drug thst kills germs
is a poison, and it cannot be taken in
ternally. Every physician know that
medicine la almost neipicss in any
Z r Germ Diseases
: These are the known term diseases.
All that medicine cart 'do for these
troubles is to help Nature overcome
the germs, and such results are indi
rect and uncertain. Liquozone at
tacks the germs, wherever they are
And when, the germs which cause a
disease are - destroyed, the disease
must end, and forever. That ia in
evitable, . :.. ; . ; :. .;;'."',."'
AetkaM " Hay' Paul Isflsisss '
AHmaa isaisils KidW Diaeasae
Seaeehltla La Ortma -
Malaria Near lata -Meay
Heart Tuesla '
: rtlaa PaeaweeU
PWarlay Qalaey .
Skla Dtasaaas " .
Boal Taoablaa .
Concha Old . .
Oataiik Casear -braaatary
fals territory. Under th scoring rule,
wMl the. shortstop was guilty of a
technical' error of Judgment in throwing
to the wrong base b could not b
charged with an. error, but the play had
ta be credited a A fielder- ehpie.
This play- haa occurred probably
soocea of'tlme on various diamonds in
cluding Recreation Park.
Thee answers conclude th pusal
oonteat, which demonstrated through
out that the Oregon fans are thoroughly
up-to-date . t. ,
ANNUAL CLASS DAY
' AT FOREST GROVE
Sprlat .Dtepate te Taa JoeraaL)
- Forest Orov. Or., April tt. Th an
nual class field meet will be held on
Monday. Th Individual winners will
receive badges and the winning class
th "MUlls cup." Th . sophomores
hold th ana. but Gilbert, on of th
strongest point winner I In Tale, uav-
Inrf Peterson alon to compete from that
class. Th mt promisee 10 oe one
of th closest ever held at th local
Asld day. Thsr Is a great demonstrsx
tlon of class rivalry and all tn classes
hav been doing hard and constat ant
training. "Dad" Moulton will b her
th day WT tn tryout ana wiu mm
charge of the team immediately. The
first meet will be with Columbia, to be
held In Forest drove. May t. j "
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caambara, . a, . --Bnae raarenHi.
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MaatMBry,' D. H., ad. "Herat BanadS
With Peawa af War and Patrloties."
Walla. - - Aatkalaer.
Saaailytias aad Travel."
Bewares, W. S. "tnte tb Yekon." 104.
yratar. J. S, '"Hltory of the' Vera see eao
Olaeorerlas Mad la the North." l.Tas. J
. Halbart, A. B. "Hlatorle . Rlgbways - ef
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tba World la the year 1S0S, ISO, ISO aad
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From th Sacrament. Bee. '
. Clark Standlford. a former weli-knews
grooar of Marysvlll. California, la pre
paring to engage in the cultivation r
rhubarb' on an extended cl at his
ranch - near Chlao Mills. Butte county.
Flv ton of root hav been shipped to
htm.andthey wlU ferm.ta. baala for
-Thy met. : , -...-j-.j. -. ..
"Hello, George! What do you knowf
"Nothing, BUI.. What do you knowf
"Not a thing." -
..Than they talked; to each other for
iMlriit fcM, and & half
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