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.SEE LOCALS LOSE
Lcosa Playing Causes Portland
' to Civ Up Another Game
') ; to The.Angels.f- j.p
r.vcREoiE yvALX$ on i 't j
V UMPIRE KLOPPS TOES
Manager fs Ordered From Came
and His'Absence Contrib-
' ?Y uted '..to' Defeat, 'J??
'. V ! '"
c , Los Angeles I, Portland I. ' ' '
: BatUrtee Goodwin, Hall and Eager;
Jones and McLean.
In the presence -of M0. spectators,
tha largest erowd that aver attandad
single match , of baaaball In thla city.
' tha Portland team,, throuirh careless
work, toss ad away yesterday" a lM a
It victory-wasn't wortn snythrng. On
of J the priaaipal eauaea of tha defeat
waa tha fact that Manager McCredle
' was put out of to same la the sixth
inning for deliberately striking Umpire
Klopf. leaving the baiter'a box to do the
trick. ' McCredle had three balls and
two strikes called on htm and when the
second . strike was . called . tie : stood op
.' the home plate protecting. Klopf told
Goodwin to play ball and the young
pitcher put e-apeedy- one towards the
plate, nearly hitting McCredle and . the
. umpire called it a ball. McCredle got
- angry and started for the pitcher with
his bat Klopf marched him away and
fined him 16, and McCredle walked
right up to Klopf and stamped his
spikes on the feet of the umpire. For
' this he was ordered from the game.
.- McCredie's absence from, right Held
waa sorely felt, and actually coat the
' game In the ; twelfth inning,., when
:" Murphy, 'who was playing In his place,
ran Into Schlafley.. Juet as the-latter
put his hands on Braahear'a high fly to
right. Of course the collision knocked
SchlafTey" t6' the ground, causing .him
to drop the ball. Thla gave the Angela
life and Instead of a. blank for them in
the twelfth "Inning three runs romped
across me 'plate, vlnchlnr what other
wise, would hare been a good game.
, Portland's first run came In the third.
. when with' one out Van- walked. Me-
Credie arte a -hot one at Smith and
. both were safe. Van attempted to steal
third but was "called 'out McCredle
stole second and scored on 8chUfleys
double to left.' "Larry" took ehanoe
. st stealing third but waa-eat on-a dose
,play.-. . v , '
Cravath's double' In the fifth was the
' . flrst- hit allowed by Jones and as he
- was retired la aa attempt te steal third,
' there waa not an Angel left on bases for
' live Innings. .
In the eighth Portland' went up In the
air and the excursion nywarda resulted
In Los Angeles scoring two runs.1 The
affair started with the Issuing of the
, only walk secured off, Jones, which was
secured by Cravath. , Rosa' oat put
, Cravath, ...on. second .and. an. error, by
' Schlafley gave Toman life and allowed
Cravath to take third. Eager hit to
' Van Buren, who made a throw to the
' Plata,, then . turned and .threw .wild Ate
: first. ' allowing Cravath to score and
rear's Hooey aoej Tar mat our
stops the cou(b, but beala and strength.
ens O19 lunga and preveats aerioM re
.; ; goltg from s cold.' :-i
l oers is no aaoger oi jmeamonin,
', Conevamption 'or other serious ' lanf
trouble if Foley HoiMy mod Tar
jh taken, aa it will cure the moat stub
) bora cbngba the dangeroat kind that
. acttlea 6a the longa and ' may develop
. Into pneamonia over night. . ) ' ,
; f If you have a cough or cold do not
..risk Pneumonia when Foley H4MMV
eUld Tat will cure you quickly aad
' atreagthea your lungs. " . ; '
' Remember the name FeloV
HOtsOy and Tar and refuse , any
i rubatituta offered. Do not take chances
with some anknowa preparation that
coats yoa the same wbea you can get
Foley' s Honey and Tar. that coau
' ' ytM no mora and is safe and certain
. ; in results, contains no opiates. . . ,''
Cared After Physicians Said Ho
tr u tu i.. w r .
-n- Grove, ltd., writes: "About seven or
fStght years ago I had a very severe cold
. which physicians said was very near
' pneumonia, aad which they afterwards
pronounced consumption. Through a
friend I waa induced to try a sample of
Foley's Honey aad Tar, which gave me
so tavch relief that I bought some of
the regular aise. Twoor three bottlee
cured me of what the physicians called
consumption, and I have never had any
' trouble with my throat, or hangs slace
'thatflma.'V-.f 'i :
Three sises 25c, JOp, $1.00. ''
The 59 cent aise contains twoy and
'aneba!f times as mnca as the small sise
. tnl Ut XlXa bottle aimost six times
M each. . ' -jj ,- " , . :
Toman to take third.' Goodwin Alt to
Ats, who retired Toman at the plate.
Bernard hit a slow one to Ats which he
beat out and Eager scored. McLean
caught Goodwin off third andthe side
was out .."'. ' ' ' " .
- Portland tied the score In the ninth
on . a naas to Schlafley. Householder's
two-sack drive to the crowd and Mo-
Lean's lonr fly to Cravath..'
Braaheer hit a high fly to right as a
starter of the- twelfth, which was taken
by Bohlafley, but just ss he caught the
ball Murphy collided wMh him and he
droDMd It allowing Brass two oases.
Cravath's Infield poke went as a hit and
Ross aacriflced ' neatly. -Jimmy Toman
advanced into the slugger class by hit
ting for two passes and two runs were
in. Jimmy stoie, intra ana scored on
Heiney Spies' flyout to center. ; The
Van Buren. , 11 . 11
MoCredie. rf. ....... tie I
Murphy, . rfi . ....... li O
Boh lefty, 2b.- . rt... ;
Householder., ef. .... I
McLean, c. 4
Ats. as.. ............ 4
Bunkle. lb..,.,,,..,, i
1 I T
a 1 -1
CtfSv if. 4 0
Jonea, p. ........... 4 ' 0 t
; Totals .-.. 1 1 rF, - .11.4
LOS ANGELES. . '. ' - -
. . AB. R. H. PO. A. B.
cf. 1 I i
Flood lb.. ...immi (
Hmlth, Sb, .,,,
Braahear, lb. ....... S
Cravath. rf. ........ 4
t ' 1
Kaa-ar. c ..........
spies- . .
Hull. p. ...........
Totals . ...........41 t T It IT U
SCORE BT INNINGS.
Portland ...... .ttlttOOtltt t 1
Hits .... t lltttttltl 1 I
Los Angeles . ..,-t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t
. Hlu". :.ttttItoiltt-rT
.. .'; fTCMMART.
8truck out By Jones, 4 .(Floor,' Ea
ger. Goodwin. Smith); by uooawip, .
(Catea. Jones 1. Van Buren).. Bases on
balls Oft Goodwin. 6 (McLean., Varf
Buren, Schlafly, Catea, McCrediei: off
Jones, 1 (Cravath). Two-base hits
Bchlafty, Householder, Cravath. Toman.
First base on errors Portland. , 1: Loa
Angeles, I. . Double plays van Jtjuren
to-Bchlaflv: Cravath to Braahear. Sao-
rlfice hit Roes. Stolen bases ' Mc
Oedte iOoodwin. Toman. Hit by Ditched
ball Ats (by Gooowin). raseea Mil
Kagar. Left on bases PSrtland. I : Los
Angeles, . b. Innings pitched By Good
win. 11; by Hall, L. Base hlta OS
Goodwin. 4; oft Hall. 1. Time of game-
Two hours and so minutes, urn pi
Klopl. Attendance, s.iuv. , , ; .
' '; VAOiria ooast uuaoa. '
Lea Aossles .......
Sewm Seals Twloe. ,
San Francisco, April 14. Both gsinee
of yesterday's double-bead ar were cap
tured by Van Haltren and bis Oakland
colts. . Moaklman and Corbett . had . a
pitchers' battle in the morning,. while
Ham Iberg was a. pustle -to the Seals
when hits meant runs in the afternoon.
The scores: . ...-x-..' ".';;-
Morning game ' R. H. B.
Oakland . . ....t 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 4 I I
San Fran tlttttttt t 4 4
Bstteneo HMUmu ana tirrne: cor
bett and Bhea. .-.
Afternoon game ..- R. H. E.
Oakland . ...t t 0 1 1 1 1 I 7 ,1
Ban PraA ......tttltttlO 1 II 1
Baturiee Tberg and Byrne; -Henley,
Wheeler .and Wilson. , . - -
rtve Oat of Six for Taoeaxa. .
Tweoma.' Wash.. April 14. Tacoma
made ilt five out of six from Seattle yes
terday by ' winning the double-header.
Roach and Williams were found fre
quently, -"While Keefe and Fitspatrlck
held the Blwashes safely at all stages.
8cores: ' .-. ' -
Morning game H.K.
Seattle . . ...,,.ttlttttt 80 1 1
Teooma . . . . . . 0 t 4 1 1 1 1 1 4 ? t
Battarjes Roaca .. ana jueanwooa;
Kecfe and Graham. -. .
Afteraoon game re. n. a
SeaiUe--t t 0 0 1 1 0 1 Q 17 7
Tacoma iiutivii - ju e
Batteries Williams and FTam Sita-
Patrick and Orabam. . w . . , . r A
WATIQsTAX MAOom. '
Pittsburg . . ,i. .......
Philadelphia . . ........
cnicago . .
St. Louis .
Boston . .
. ixiuib . ,. a m
Batteries Ewing. Chech and PhelDS:
12 II I
Nichols Tkielman and Warner.
At cmiaace. -
Chicago . i.
Pittsburgh. ............. .....e .i
Batteries urown ana JUisg; rnu
llppl and Pelta - i . ;
Brooklyn , B, H. E.
and Ritter; Toung
- . I j. Won. . " Lost.
Philadelphia i ..,..r... 6
retrolt . m .....'.. t
Nis 'YOrk . v ........... ' 4
Cleveland .V ........... t
t'hirage .-. ............ t
Washington . . ..... .1.. '
St Loula I . 4."
Boston ..t ...... 1, 4''
H ' At St. XKmia.
.'' .. -o . R. H.B.
Cleveland.. ...'..,.,.........,.9 4. 3
BL Louts ...l a i
Batteries Hess and Buelow; Howell
' . "R -H. E.
Detroit T7rrrrr.T7r, r: 7r.Trr:T:T 1
Batterlee White -and . W. , Sulliyan;
Mullin and 3. Sullivan. ' .. . . , , , ...
..........4 V A
immtu saraAT om
The Lents baseball team struck their
gait yeaterday and defeated the Ores
hem basebsll team by the Score of t
to 4. Thte Is the first game 1 that the
-Lents team has played this season aad
from the appearance thty made in yes
terday's game they promise to give a
BatterleaLeats, Tlbbets and Shields;
Greahem. Snasboll and Hamilton. Um
pire, Harold.. . "i
Umpire Klopf was notltfled this morn
ing that Manager MoCredie of the Port
land club has been - temporarily sus
pended pending an investigation of hie
conduct la Sunday's game. This will
necessitate the playing of pitcher Gates
In one of the outfield positions this
afternoon. ' It also sadly; cripples the
team, for First Baseman Mitchell Is
still, on the invalid list with a bad
sprain ' , , ' . . , .
. motios to lunrai, "
All . notices of amateur base- e
. ball games, challengea and ath- 4
letie events must be sent to this
offloe before ( o'clock a. m. oa
the . day , for publication.. jUa- 4
tear - managers should pay at
tention to this rule, as the keep- e
' ing of it will Insure proper 4
e report of their doings. The
ld . Journal.' ... '? - . A . '
. HOLD TRACK MEET
rnaoatck te.ne JearasL)
Hlllsboro. Or., April 14. On Saturday
occurred the first field meet of - the
seaaon.of the Hlllsboro Athletic club.
While the score would rather indicate
a walkover, euchwae not the case, and
each event was closely oontestea. Hus
ton, of the H. A. C took all the sprints
snd the broad Jump, and Bradford the
distances. The final score was' 44 to
St. for the H. A. C .- m-
Record of events Is as follows:
Fifty-yard dash Woa .by O. Huston,
H. A. C; time, i 1-t -seconds. .Stevens,
Hlllsboro. second, and C. Huston, HUls-
boro, thlr4 ,j-A-' )'.'
Pole vault Bradford. Cats and Heidei,
all of K. A. C. tied for first. Height,
feet and inches.
On hundred yard dash Won by O.
Huston. H. A. C: time. It 1-t seconds.
Cats, H. A. C, second, and Stevens,
Hlllsboro. third. r . . v
Broad lump Won by O. Huston, H.
A. C; beet Jump It feet and 4 Inches.
Cats, H. A. C second, and Humphreys,
H. A. C. third. . w .
Twe hundred and twenty yard dash
Won by O. Huston. H. A. C; time, Si
seconds.- Stevens, Hlllsboro, second, and
HetdeL H. A. C. third. - e - .
High jump Wetherred, H. A, C and
Stafford, Hlllsboro. 1 tied j for" firstT
Huston and Kendall " tied for - third.
Height, 4 feet and 11 mcbea.
Shot put Cate. H,VC- and Hamilton,
Hlllsboro, tied for first; distance, SS
feet and It Inches. Humphreys, H. A.
(A. and Hinds, Hlllsboro, tied for third.
Mile run Wpn by Bradford. H. A. C,
time, f minutes and It seeoods. Stafford,
Hlllsboro, second, and Merryman. H. X
third. ..." - . . ,,
Half mile Won by Bradford. H. X C
time, t:24. , Davis, Hlllsboro, second
Freeman, H. A. ' C, thlro.-
''Tow hundredrand forty yard daah
Won by Humphreys, H. A. C; tlmsi 67
seoonds. - Hlnde, Hlllsboro, : second;
HetdeL H. A. CL, third. - '
Hammer throw Won by T. Hamilton.
Hlllsboro: distance, 10 J feet and
inchea O. Hamilton, Hlllsboro, second
Hlnde, Hlllsboro, third.- -
v Officials R. . W. Peterson, Pacific
university, starter; B. W. Barnes and J
Cove pf Hlllsboro -and Smith of Ferest,
oreva, judges. -r ,(:-,.' . ' j. .. ,: 4
' Testerdsys attendance at : the .' ball
game beat the record day. Of 101, when
Sam Morris pitched, about 1,000. Jimmy
Toman says U was the largest erowd he
has seen in the league outside of Ban
Francisco, and the beauty of the af
fair waa that they were handled excel'
lently. . as only a few persons failed
to see the first inning. -
Bert Jones pitched an elegant gams
and deserves Just credit for his -earnest
elford to win. r
Big Jake McLean waa congratulated
by all the Portland team when he tied
up the score In the ninth with a long
fly- . .'. , . - . -
The Crowd7 In right field had three
chances to win the game for Portland,
for in' three Instances they opened
clear field for Cravath. who made
circus -catch in- eech instance, : when,
had they held their places, the Angel
right fielder could not have got to the
ball In time and runs would have i
suited for Portland. This is an Instance
of the clean sportsmanship of the
Portland aadiencea, and offsets the act
of the rowdy who hit Bobby fiagar
witn a pop Dome in uie sixin.
Esslck and Hall will be the opposing
pitchers In this afternoon s contest, and
Portland will make a strong effort . ts
even up on the series. . -
Jake Ats made a pretty play when h
fielded Bernard oat at first on a slow
hit. one of the kind that Barney usually
beats But , , T" "'. ," '.
. spobts at nirDXjrrosr.
(SpecUl inspstch w The Jeerael) .'
. Pendleton, Or., April 14 By a soors
Of II to 40, Pendleton high school won
from Walla Walla high school In a field
snd track meet held here Saturday at'
ternoon. The stars of the dsy were Ore
Jay, Pendleton, who won 20 points for
bis team. And Crocker, Walla Walla,
who sectired JLlotal Qf It points.
In a game yeaterday afternoon ' the
Pendleton baseball team - won from
Westoa by a score of 11 to I. Pitchers
were r- King, Pendleton, and Nelson.
Weston. Both teams are composed of
.strictly ' amateur players and all are
home men. Meat - Sunday Pendleton
plays La Grande at thia place. ,
.The data of the meeting of the Auto
mobile club, which was to havo been held
at the Commercial club Wednesday even
ing, has been changed to Thursday even
ing,. owing to a reception to be given
by the Oregon Improvement league on
that night. All members of the Auto
club are requested to be present Thurs
day evening, a matters of lmportanoe
are to be discussed.' -' . ,
aair tobx xo:
(Jeorasl Special Snva.) "
New Tork. April 14. Horse breeders
and fanciers from many parte of the
country thronged Madison Square Oar
den today ..at the opening of the horse
fair, for which t preparations have been
making for ' soma time. . The fair will
continue through-the week' and prom
isee te be pf much Interest to the horse
men. The program provides for many
interesting features,' such as trotting
and pacing races under saddle, polo eon-
tests and a series of rough-riding eom
petltions. t; , ,
IT uuu on.
' " ' . (Joerast SpedU Sarviee.) " ' '"'
Lakewood, N. J, April S4. The big
automobile racing meet which waa - to
have opened in Lakewood today has
been abandoned. The calling OS of the
meet is due to the failure to- pass the
general assembly of the special bill that
had been Introduced, ' permitting the
local authorities to increase the- speed
limits for automobile read rscea in
wbtcHlliepemlssion of 'loeel authori
ties had been obtained.- . . ,
TO no-XT SOEUT.
(Jeeraal apsdal Ssrvtes.) i
Indianapolis, Ind.. April 14 A II-
ronnit bout between "Philadelphia Jack"
' Plana te Oet Bleh
are often 'frustrated, by sudden breakdown,-
duo to dyspapala Or constipation.
Brace up , and take Ir. King's New
Life Pills. Thpy take out the materials
which ere clocglng your energies, and
give you a new start. Cure headsch
and disslnesa, too;. At Red Cross Phar
macy, Sixth and Oak streets, on the
way to toe postomce. j ao, guaranteed.
Manaser Dennis Will Exhibit His
Mercury. Smelter for Pub- i
": I '. -lie.. Inspection. : ';
NEW PLANT IS RESULT OF
r . CAREFUL EXPERIMENTS
...'. 1 . . . .......
Model at Fair Will Be First of
V Type ' to Be Shown ;
v Public. - -
-u'., - -
Manager W. B. Dennis of the Black
Butte quicksilver mine. Lane county,
owning the largest mercury property in
the northwest and perhaps the largest
ever opened la this 'Country,- baa com
pleted his ' new furnace. . .Tests have
been given the plant, and It Is stated
by those who were favored with the
privilege of witnessing the first . work..
tttst toe furnace Is successful. Details
have not been furnished the publlo yet,
but will soon be, aa Manager Dennis
baa concluded, to put a worming model
on exhibition at the Lewis aad Clark
fair. . 'While this exhibit will not
large. It will have sufficient siae to 11-
lust rate the principle employed by Man
ager Dennis In his new smelting pro
cess, and will have the additional value
to the laity of giving aa Insight Into the
metallurgy of quicksilver, of which lit
tle Is known In the northwest.
The Black Butte has been equipped
for several 1 years . with Scott contin
uous furaaceevthe type Used in -Call
f ornla. When the Black Butte- -owner
began experimenting with a change
from thia. It was with the purpose of
attaining greater mechanical efficiency,
while not departing radically from the
old principle of volatilising values and
precipitating them In a settling cham
ber. The Black Butts has- an Immense
reserve of low-grade elnnlbar, along
side of the higher grade material, and
It was- for the purpose of perfecting
.soma plant that would handle the en
tire mass at a profit that the . experi
ments were commenced. . Mr. ' Dennis
set to work to evolve a furnace that
would enable him to smelt aa average
ore carrying three-tenths of one per
cent mercury. When he has achieved
thla' the engineering fraternity of the.
entire country will be eager I to know
how the, Oregon man has attained such
results, and hence his exhibit at
fair will have as great Interest aa mat
work ' done . there for the mining . in
IMPERIAL: HAS MADE
v , GREATEST PROGRESS
.... 'i .-- t. u I I ii V .
(special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Sumpter. Ore, April 14. "If I
asked to state wbich property in - the
Sumpter district had made the' beat
showing the past winter, I would stats
unhesitatingly .that the Imperial waa
entitled to thla ' honor,' said ; a well
known .local mining man this morning.
This statement la not taken to indi
cate that the v Imperial has attained
foremost 'remarkable Improvement la
the time Indicated. . When McBweo,
Arthur A MoSwea took hold of the
property less than a year ago, the Im
perial - waa regarded aa gutted te the
deepest adit level.- Since then the mme
has been made to produce steadily, the
llttla threehtamn mill'- has .bean' en
larged by a Huntington : grinder, more
tables nave been put In, while develop
ment has opened a larger and better
body of ore than waa ever mined there
In halcyon days. . The finest showing
Is oa the 100 level below the formal
main adit, to which a shaft has been
sunk and drifts, are being extended In
both directions. Thla work -la oa the
600-foot shoot mined by the old manage
ment.' There la one to two feet of high
shipping ore la this drift, some of the
rock running above 1100 a ton.
While opening the property from the
old workings, tha management Is driv
ing the Miner tunnel to ooen this same-
shoot 200 feet deeper. In the face' of
thla tunnel bunches of ore are coming
in. Indicating that the Imperial ahoot
extends further down the hill than was
proved by the old work, . Thla deep tun
nel has a length of more than 400 feet.
and will be driven steadily. No work
is being done on the Eagle vein, which j
Is the largest lode ot the district, and1
O'Brien and Huge Kelly of this city is
the treat that the Indianapolis Athletic
club haa arranged for Ita patrons for
tonight. The men will weigh in at 161
pounds at o'clock, Kelly la a great
favorite among the 'fight followers of
this section and his admirers confidently
expect htm te make a good showing
against the redoubtable Quaker City
- - I . v..S
(loereal gpedal Servfc) . .-
Montreal, Quebec, April S 4. Crack
wrestlers from Chicago, Cleveland,' Ham
ilton. Toronto,. Buffalo, and a number
of other places, are here to take part
In the three days' wrestling tournament
which opens ' tonight. - The events are
for 11 1-pound eatch-as-catch-caa wrest
lers. The "first prise is 1300 second
1240, third 1200, fourth $1(0, fifth 1100
and sixth ltd.
uaif jEnarTT dbtxats WATXmXT.
' The University park team defeated
the Waverly, club yesterday by the ov
erwhelming score of It to L Waverly's
lone score , waa the result of a misun
derstanding of. signals. :. This is Uni
versity's sixth .straight victory. The
features of yesterday's game was ths
pitching of Moore and the hitting and
base , running of the University team.
Batteries university, Moore ' and
Broock; Waverly, Dourl, Belcher and
Whitehead,'....'..'. l4 ...
sussisma aarsAT sct. tabo.
The JBuimystde baseball team defeated
the Mt. Tabor team by the scorr ef it
The lineup. - v ' 5 y
Sunnyslde . , . ,'i Mt. Tabor
Fleming ....... ,C. ...... Potter
Blakney . f. . ,P. . .i.,.. , C. Meyers
MeKJnley .... .4 B., a. Meyers
P. Miller ....... .S B. Boytanla
Groat .r.-M S S... .vi.. Qravelle
rry ...R P........... Klne
Thompson . . .L F. Larson
Oumm ,.M.C I.M,.,'Brava
' , ' ' -
; Oartravo, tn tiotoa, s. 7'V:
(Special Diapatek to The Jearoal.) '.
Oswego. Or., April 14. In aaban
game yesterday Oesrego defeated the
Victor club of Portland SI to S. ' Oswe
go's line-up was: A. Long, pitcher: F.
Cross lent, catcher: N. Long, first base:'
R. Jameson, second base; R, Ball, third
base; E. Churk, shortstop; Id. Worth.
Ingtnn. left field; C. Austin, center. field:
A. Ball, light field; R. I Worthincton.
eoacn. , x . t.
converges with the Imperial beyond In
With the showing bad In all new
work, the management of the Imparlbl
seems warranted in expecting further
Increase of the milling - plant, and
large output ot shipping ore. .
HOW ALASKA HERS
- - THAW FROZEN G"0Ur.'D
- Thawing machines la Alaska have be
come the hand-maid ot tha plavoer miner.
A ateem boiler, portable as may be nn
der the drenmataaoes,- with a point to
be driven Into f rosea ground end the
thawing machine is complete. Boilers
capable of generating It to St horse
power are used. After they are placed
sJLlhe aurface ef the shaft, steam pipes
are put down. A pipe-six to eight feet
long formed of a steel tube one arid a
half to two and a half Inches Id Slam
eter, and having-a firm. heavy point,
la connected with, the steam pipes. This
point Is driven Into the bottom of the
shaft or face of the drift, thawing as
It Is set and then left tar thia position
until the. steam forced through It bas
softened the; ground for IS to Ji feet
ahead and for an average diameter of
seven f eeC When this has been at
tained. ..the pick and above! do the rest.
The thawing machine is mads to affect
only enough ground for the -drift or
shaft, hence no Umbering is ever re
quired.,, r . .
i Pay as a rule Is a stratum near bed
rock, which' may be three to five. feet
thick. IX -a . larger . amount of good
gravel la found, there Is no danger la
stoplng out a chamber In the f rosea
gravel II to SO feet high, as there ts
absolutely no danger of a cave while
tha frost 4s in the ground. In se
places the placer miner Is enabled to
work throughout tha winter la the bed
of a river, or small stream, cutting
shaft through the solid toe te the bot
tom and then mining the gravel. Deep
streams cannot be worked in this man
ner, zor, iz tne stream is irosea io ins
bottom In soma places, - there will be
many others where there -are deep pools
In which water will .not freeee to the
am nDrrinni ham cftirnn
THE DEATH UST HEAVY
O. W. Wisdom of this city haa re
ceived a ' communication from Oeorge
Weatherby formerly of Baker . City-re
lating to conditions at Tonopah and
Goldneld. ' Mr. Weatnerby went to Ton
opah and OolofleM, only to - find the
mortality rate ao heavy that he thought
best to return to Reno, or some place
leas Infected. He says that since the
black pneumonia or "black heart, aa It
Is -sometimes called, broke oat la they
district, many men have hurried to the
outside, world. The conditions were
more alarming, according to Mr. Weath-
erby, than newspapers painted them,
aad be thought that many burials were
made without relatives or friends know
ing .anything of them. The nature of
the disease bad not been thoroughly de
termined, but waa believed to be an ag
gravated form of pneumonia, due ' to
sudden changes from a warm room to
tbs cold raw air prevailing throughout
the country, and sleeping la open tenta.
Mr. Weatnerby is Impressed with the
entire country, from the mineral view
point, and thinks that, there are other
camps near "the , advertised bonanzas
which perhaps offer better opportunities
ut Tonopah.- Goldxleld or Bullfrog.
He will equip -for careful prospecting.
aad remala. .there.,' t ; .- -k .
DRIFT NEAR BIG VEIN '
r AT CRACKER-OREGON
(Special Mspeteh to The JeeroaL) ' 'Ti
Sumpter, Ore- April . S4 At the
Cracker-Oregon the contractors driving
the No. 1 drift have attained a, dis
tance of more than 1,000 feet from the
portal, aad the management - believes
that the face ef thla adit la near the
big vain for which they have been driv
ing. The formation has been excep
tionally - hard of late, nine to twelve
Inches sometimes being the result of
a day's drilling.' This Is believed to be
the vein casing, and the next St feet
will probably bring the work Into the
large fissure that has been defined' on
the surface work, and which haa been
opened -on the .Victor, adjoining. , All
operations at Che Cracker-Oregon thia
winter -have- leea W-theNor 1 "lover,
following the small vein to opea the
strongest one crossing the property. 1
When the big vela is opened on this
level, stopea will be started and It Is
the hope to get ore la sight for the ten
stamp mill during the early summer
season.; : .': ' ',...;;.'. . . .
-, OOOS OOPPSJt
. (Speelal IMspatch ete The Joarnat)
- Cottage Grove, ore., April 24. Sam
ples were brought from the 1 Oregon'
Colorado mine Saturday aad are on exm
albtt at the company's office here. , The
ore Is much more heavily mineralised
than samples heretofore produced. Cop
per predominates but the ore is thought
to contain good gold values also.
(Special Pw patch to' Ike SearaaLl
Cottage Grove,; Ore.; April S4. The
Oglasby-Talkingtoa group of claims,
Bohemia, Is Improving nth every shift.
Ore waa recently struck on the prop
erty, which panned well, and yesterday
Mr. Oglesby received news that It was
better. - - t- .
WHAT- WOULD HE HAVE
: DONE TO ROOSEVELT?
"Shakespeare,- aad What He Would
Have ; Done With Roosevelt" . waa ths
theme of Dr. C H. Chapman's address
before the People's Forum last nlaht
'If Shakespeare were with us v today,
said Dr. Chapman, "the man after his
own heart and whom he would 'love to
write about and dream about, the maa
on - whom the gods seem to have
showered their blessings la - President
Roosevelt. How he would have taken
thla forceful and energetie man who,
like Caesar, never failed, who never
made .mistakes and who .waa.greet.-la
everything, and to have woven his lift
Into some great work."
D. J. Stevens snd Colonel . John Mo-
Cracken save readings from Shakes.
peare's tragedies and Mrs. Rose Block
Bauer sang several., Shakespeare las
songs. ',.-. J ' - W , ..,, ': i - .
Diphtheria, sore throat, croon. Instant
ermenent cure. . Dr. Thomas'
At sny drug store.
: BfAjrDTAOTiraUgBS or .
Chimney Pipe, Sewer Pipe. Fire
Proonng, Drain Tile, Building
BrlckFlue lining, VltrUed Pav
ing Brick. . . . ' T
Kiicsi Crick Co.
Office and Yard Foot Ankeny St,
Portland, Or. Phone kialn 141. .
v Lots in this superbly
.., ";,!'-;;.' - : sell
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A"; year henp e- will ' see them advanced
.f four and lite times. 'Every well-thinking.;
man wants his own rjome and of course
''; desires the very best that ; his : "good
hard::earned-for-.moneyM . can buy. ' ;
-GREAT FOR HEALTH
H And we 'say
"ttmeln On the Grolind Hoo
YouH rea'dily see the saving in this prop-
' osition and how well adapted it is to your
; -. incornf' ',v -t ':
at our .office'oTjterms'-and other urrforfna-v V
i tioni. We're always glad to see you and, .
:&'! take time to explain fully .,1 ; , -
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ktSTOmXS ILaJntOOn Bas sand tlm.i
ef eaass of Ssnvae Dsbility. IssaaaUa aad Atr
phy. ney , etear- tke tsrala, stresgtasa the
ctieelaUM, Bska dlssc)aa psrfsst and lsssan
BUMtH .vigor te tbe whole hetsg. All erslsa
ssd laasss stepeea petwaaeatly. ' $1.60 pw
i s vammm fnsrasissa ie care or . mass
fry. . so.uo. mi m si iI BaaK
raraua sue. s., aoe area St., nuaeaii
re. eoM le-rortiase etuy. ky rraak
-'. From the Detroit Tribune. '
"Poets, sir," , said one ' of 'the bunch.
"are bon.,, . . -'.
"Of course thev are." re Joined the nn-
ertupathetlc wellder of the blue pencirl
If tbey oamenn tbe form of eggs they1 1
would never be allowed to.natoh oat" e
DONIT. FORGET THE ELK'S COUNTY FAIR:
. -1 7 At' ths Armory, April 25th to' 29th - '
THE i BEST PEOPLE
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SEE THEM IN
CS-C7 Tt.'nf Ot.&etmen Stark m Cak;
TC2SLirJDi7 '.rain vpyimzzz.
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situated suburb now ;
for -,.;'.'"':i',' ."'';,'.':
FAOTIC TINT ;
4rT sr. Ptrst r
Awnings - for .
stores , and.
Tents and , '-
camping out- . s,
PREE LAND. IH OREGON
g h the rkheat psk, frak and ewek sscnoa la
,ri, thewerM. ToKsoeeficmonaiiastectiial
eea) af avipooa, Deed soeot from State ot
Otvroo.- WRrTC TO-DAY. BOOKLIT W
MAP FXXS. Dnclitei Irrifanoe ao4 PewrtCem- i
Are wearing donble-breasted
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In just the kind .pt styles and patJ:
terns we are snowing this week at
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