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TO RETURN FROM
Admiral Charles V. Brown,':
- Th AatorU annual ' rvtu la ovar
and Portia ndera who atundad thawater
1 tatlval at that popular city on tha gata
way to tha Pacifla ocean are , returning
attac having moat anjoyabla waek'a
outlnir. Tha reratta. waa very auoceaa
. fut ThVraca and contBata we of
? If h order and eloae dnlahea marked
rery boat race. The Union. V Ban
Vranclaoo auto-boat, easily won tna
honors In Its clasa by defeating v tha
Te!efTa,mand,.Hattie, jrhe pnlon can
a.ttaln .the speed of . Itmllea an hour
and distanced - her competitors eerera!
anlles, even after making a mistake and
PORTLAND-YACHTSMEN DUE TflDAYi
r.,.. rj. ... i- 1 1 f . "V $- t , sf .
V GARDNER WOULD MEET
: " ; - r - - BRITf OR NELSON
(Jewraal seeUI errlea.t ' "'V ''..
"i - Vrnnclaeo. Bept. t, Oeorge Oard.
tier, who looka after bla brother' inter
ate, Mid laat night thatvMorrla Levy
- had promised to match Jimmy agalnat
goroe good man In September. ". '
"l don't know who It will be." aald
, ' George, "and we don't care aa long as
lie will be a card.": -
,i How about Joa OanaT '
: Wa will fight Oana." aald George,
but he would prefer to pasa him up
" , until later In the fall when tbtgame
'Improvea. - After the racing aeaaon
' pena. 'Oana and Gardner would be a
big attraction." . .-- -.
, - ""Would yo light tha winner of the
"I should aay we would. Jimmy
. - would give anything, to' meet the win-
IRVINQTON CLUB TO
LLHOLD A TOURNAMENT
t y' Tha Irvlngton : Tennla ' club haa ar
" ranged in open handicap- tournament tp
j take place on September t and It to the
'. Kthilnclualve. The matchea will be
. played on the courts Jlhat tha committee
; may deelgnater Vauaual vlntareat haa
.. haan manlfejln ennl this aeaaon
by the local devotee a oflK ipfirTand
a-jjlaln has been or a nigh ehar-
- ecter. , Thr coming malcTies WIU,"beT
, closely contested, aa the best players
In town will compete. . The events will
" be! '. ; . ; . '
' dentlemen'a alnglea, , - getitlemen'a
' doubles, ladlea' and gentlemea'a doubles,
' : Jadlea' alnglea and ladlea' doublee.
. , Consolations Open to players beaten
In first match of ladles', or gentlemen'
r alnglea. - ' - k L.
rirat and second prlsea will begin In
all eventa except consolations. In which
the first prlsea only will be given.'
. Advantage sets, will be played In all
matches; best two out of three aeU will
, "'be) played In all matchea eaeept the
eml-flnala, and finale of gentlemen's
X. matchea. where bes three out of 'five
aet wtll be played.-; 'a ;
: The entranoe fee will be tl for first
event and cents for each subsequent
'entry, ftulee of the United Statea Lawn
Tennla association Will govern all
. aaatcbee; Cowr-'-' jUy on auch
. :;;-!. '.-m-"r-i-ti DDITT IMn MCI COM TO TUB . tDftUT Al I . nTUCDQ rtCC TUCTCTirC '- f - '.-r .-.-:.-',:..'. - y ' ' ''.:' " II
rr i? BRITT AND NELSON
'; : ;'; Chairman Htrtnan Wiae. ,
going out of tha course, for a consider
.The single acull race waa won by K.
O. - O loss, who beat Pat ton by twe
lengths. In the pleaaure boat race of
two miles, . Oloea beat- Patton by . the
same distance - .-
. The local oarsmen and yachtsmen de
clare that the regatta waa one of the
moat enjoyable of the functions Aeld at
Aatorla. . Commodore Brown and Chair
man Wise of the regatta committee are
especially pralaed for Ita auccess. Julius
and K4- Oleea, Bd-Athertew. Dtea; Brewn.
W. Bent and W. J. Patton reached home
Friday evening. The yachtsman are due
today, !. v.-
courts and at auch times a the com
mittee may appoint. Competitors not
appearing at appointed time may be de-
raujteo oy - the . committee. Entries
close Thursday, September. 7, at I p. m.,
and may be -made through any of the
committee. R. A. Llter will act as ref
eree. . " ....
The ' tournament committee, la com
posed of A. B. McAlpln. chairman, C. H.
Leadbetter. E. W. Moras, W. K. Scott.
W. A. does. '
- WIN AT LATONIA
(Speelsl Olspateh ky Leased Wire re The Jearasl)
Cincinnati. Sept J.-Raclng reaulU at
Latonla track: . . ,
Big furlongs La Bagltte (Allen), t
to t. won: Jack Rattlln. second; Narran,
third. Time, 1-6. ..:- f . -
Mile and 10t yards Eduardo. T
(Williams), to 1. won: King Ells
worth, , second: Hot. , third. -..Time,
1 :-. . . .. , ,; ,,.;'!.!.
Six furlongs Agnola (Robinson).
to L won;. Hoi PoUot. second Qumn
Brady, third. Time. 1:13 -(.
One sslle saw Craig won. Creecerton
second. Merlin third; time, 1:4 l-a.
Six furlongs Minnie Adams won.
Rolls second. Charlie Eastman third;
Mile and an eighth Wexford won.
.Fonaacula second. Royal Pearl third;
time, t: i-a. - - ... .
RECORD FOR HAMMER
New Tors, Sept. 1 The world'a reo
ord for the -pound weight, thrown
from a stand without . follow, waa
broken laat week by John Flanagan of
the Irish-American- Athletic elub.f wbo
huvted the missile tl feet t inchW 1
foot M tnchee beyopd the record'' made
by him self laat winter at. Madlaon
Square Garden. The occasion '.waa-the
opening of the new athletic grounds of
the Pastime Athletic dub. . .
There will be two games of baseball
tomorrow, Labor day. The first writ
be at 10:10 a. m. and the second at the
eusto ry holiday hour. The conteat-
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TO THE FRONT ALL OTHERS OFF TH EUSTACE.
Ing teams will be Portland and Oakland.
On- account of ' the recent shakeup in
the local . team b4Uerrulareei
pected. e ,. i r- ... . .
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College professors have been gather
ing evidence that mayfannoy aome ball
players next spring. . We -take this as
direct assurance that nothing Will be
done to put a blight on the football. t
. ; "'
The "entire proceeds of the Chicago
Boston National league game In Chicago
on ' September It are to be given . to
Frank E. Selee, manager of the Chicago
National league team. ' Mr. - Selee 1a
critically 111 and his beat friends wlah
him to go to another climate In th hope
that it will prolong hla Ufa. .t.-
. Seven . members "of ' the . Louisville
baseball club were Injured In a collision
In : Kansas City Isst ' week . between
a - trolley .car-, and - a wagonette
In i. - which- the ' club waa being
taken from the ball par -te a hotel.
The wagonette had reached Eighteenth
and Olive streets, one block from the
ball grounds, .when - the accident - oc
curred. The trolley ear, ' going, at
good rate, of - spceLatruclLtberear
wheels of the wagonette squarely, turn
ing' It. over and - dragging. It-several
yarda. Pitcher Kenna, who .was. moat
seriously Injured. . waa caught in the
fender of the car. while Centerfielder
Clay was under thecar in front of the
trucke, when the ear was stopped. Sec
ond Baseman . Braahear was also " hurt
Soma of the vlctlma may not be able to
play again this season. .
The New Tork Athletic club has ths
proper system to preserve its athletic
preatlge. When It haan't a reasonable
chance for a walkover. It acratchaa.'1 If
you don't play you can't lose. That's
ths right dope, len't It?; -. .-
John t). Rockefeller says, he haa never
taken a dilnk la his life. And look at
him today! He can't eat, baa no hair
and everybody's talking about him. .
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Ruelbach, the former Mlaaourl Valley
league pitcher, bids fair , to - crowd
Mathewson. McOinnlty, Waddell and
othar a tars off the baseball spot light
Hla- remarkable performance laat week,
when he pitched Chicago to victory In
a ts-tnnlng gam at' Philadelphia, is an
absorbing topic In baseball "circles at
present. Ruelbach pitched another sen-
satlonal game earlier in the season,
when he won from the Cardinals In an
ll-lnnlng battle the veteran Jack Tay
lor opposing him. : But three Ss-lnnlng
games are on record In th "National
league, and that Ruelbach In his first
season In faat company ahould ontgame
hla. opponents In two such engagements
etampe him aa the equal. If not the
auperlor, of Mathewson and other stars.
His work since Joining the Chicago Na
tional a has been sterling all through.
He Is only 10 years old, but he la as
ateady as an old-timer and rarely Issues
excursion tickets--- ' ...-
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Tt strikes me." aald a well known fan,
"that the prosperity of a baaebaltr club
Is advanced or detracted from by the
personality of the management; that la
to say a gentlemanly manager can ac
complish more good than one of sour,
churlish disposition. The former makes
friends where , the latter loses them.
The one attracta, the other detracts.
Of course, a manager la regarded by
most fans ss merely a figurehead. They
care only for the nimble players who
represent th city In which they dwell,
but an aatute manager, by treatng
everyone fairly, equarely and. above all.
sentlemaniy, . will acquire a following
among these same fan that la bound
to accrue to the welfare of the club by
whom he I mplyed. : i ,
Some' men-are too denae to under-
ftarttt' wjici tHrtr boao, leXereate lie
Thev are pigheaded, obstinate, preju-
tglced mortals, ftir wdotn. after-aH-.-one-l-
can onlv feel sorry. The rtnlsn or the
churlish manager Is bound to come. - He
may fly high ror a umev nut ume ta
bound to relegate him to hla rightful
position among the haabeene."
"... 'i NATIONAL LEAGUE. V
Chlca'go-JChlcago 1. Cincinnati t. "
Boston Boston 1, Brooklyn eV
. New Tork New Tork-Phlladelphla
game postponed: rain. . .
Ptttssurg futspurg . bi. bouis a. -
AMERICAN LEACUEe .
Cleveland Cleveland . Chicago . .
St Lmila f t Louis 1, Detroit 10. , '
New York-Nw Tork L Boston . -Philadelphia
. Philadelphia- Washing
ton gam postponed; rain. ,
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Announced That New Fair "Jury
' Will Be Chosen Because of
STATE COMMISSION '
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First Star Chamber ;Metinf in His-
torjr of th Btxrd Results in Warm
Debate! an4 Disaj reemvit ' With
Charge thai were preferred agaTnst
H. B. .Hardt secretary to the director of
exhibits at ths Lswls and Clark expo
sltlOD, and the subsequent objection to
his selection as a member of the execu
tive committee for the International
Jury on awards, will likely result In th
selection or am altogetner different com
mittee. . Th .charge were conctered
yesterday tt a meeting of the atate com
mission of the Lewla and Clark exposl
fcwn. . ...
It wss ths first star chamber session
ths ststs commission baa held, and the
strictest reticence waa observed by the
members at ita conclusion. .The session
was an- animated one and was also de
nunciatory. Each member talked in
turn and each member denounced Hardt
" Finally the talking was suspended end
a committee was appointed toconfer
with Prealdenf Goode, or the corpora
tion, with reference to the withdrawal
of Hardt' s name. The committee con
sisted of -Richard Soett J. H. Albert
and W. E. Thomas. They were cloeeted
with President Goode In bra of Ace -for
half an hour before reporting that the
president refused to withdraw the name
or me secretary to ins director or ex
' When the report of the committee was
heard it waa decided to postpone further
action in the matter.. Accordingly no
definite atepa were taken with reference
to Mr. Hardt'a aelectlon. though It waa
stated positively and officially that a
new committee would be appointed.
Charges have been forwarded to mem.
bers wf the stats commission reflecting
on the ornciai integrity or Mr. Hardt
while serving aa superintendent of ex
hibits in the Trana-Misalaalppi expos!-
ton at tMitna aeven years sgo. The
charges' emanated from Omaha and are
denied, by Mr. .Hardt
IIL UhCOYER 6UILT
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Purauant . therewith Rlddell .received
from the Portland Conaolldated tl.tot
In the form of a check mad to him. aa
a settlement of the claim, a
Rlddell deposited this 'check In. Vhe
Merchanta National bank, drew thereon
a check for 1760 In favor of Ruffin, and
reiainea tne i.7&o a counsel for Ad-
Several hearings were held by Juda-e
Webeter In this case, and the state
ment of Rlddell were so eonfllotlna as
to' produce ' nnallored Smasement . in
those w"ho' heard 'Ihe proceedings.' " These
cxmtradlctlons were: . C
RlddolOoIdTJudg Webster In open
court tnat Kurnn received the check
from -the Coneolldatd Street Railway
company, retained I7S0 for hlmaelf and
paid the- balance, 11.71. to , Rldfell.
Later, In open court and also as a wit-
neaa, he admitted that bis former state
ment was untrue,' end that he hlmaelf
received . the Consolidated . companr'a
check and paid the f 7 to Ruffin.
.midden Swear te. a Complaint,
The significance of this phase of the
ease Ilea In the fact that, after he had
made the court believe that Ruffin had
withheld the $750 from money that had
seen paid to him by the streetcar com
pany, he moved for the arrest of Ruffin,
and swore 10 c complaint1 before tne
district attorney.. In which he charged
Ruffin with larceny ef the 7t0.
In swearing to the complaint. Rlddell
waa compelled to make oath that he be
lieved Ruffin was guilty of larceny,
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whereaa Rlddell himaeff paid the money
to Rufftir and hlmaelf signed an agree-
rnent . with. Rufflq to . dlvlds .Ite mpneyj
that might be received from the Con
solidated company on tha Jansen claim.
At another time Jn open court Rlddell
stated that he had no agreemnet of any
sort with Ruffin; of course, later, when
the truth had. developed, Rlddell -was
compelled to .admit the truth that he
had a written contract with Ruffin for
the division of to per cent of th es.
tats's funds. ;r" :. . . -
Still snother time. In the. court, Rld
dell. admitting that h paid 1760 to
Ruffhtr stated -4o J udge Webster that
the 1750 waa l25, half 60 per cent of
the" n.toajflus 1125 which had been
paid to Hermart Jansen by Ruffin. When
preaaed by Frank Schlegel. counsel, for
the Swedish consul, Endre M.' Ceder-
berah. Ridden admitted that th 1750
waa half o0 "per cent and. that the
boy Herman Jansen did not receive any
or the-money. - . , ' .
. It Is said that on ths ons aot alon
signing a complaint agalnat Ruffin for
larceny of4 moaey he himself paid to
R ti tt n InfnnniHmi m.v Ka taA
against Hiaaeu oy tne district attorney.
seerd Kay Be Overhaaled.
tlnOl) disclosures Jajppn-
nectlon with tha settlement of estates
of deceased end inssns -persons has been
so general that It la intimated that a
thorough overhauling of the records
may be demanded. Jt is openly stated
that the condition of many estatea la
such aa to Indicate remarkable - loose
ness and, if so many Irregularities iaavc
come to light through a hurried exam
ination of the records, a careful Invea
tlgatlon. of the .books would be worth
while. v. .. ..
A short' time ago several claims for
monev due certain estatea were pur
chased' by M. M. Bloch. st a discount,
from ths attorneys who bad been In
charge . of them. When an estate is
taken into the probate court, $7.& must
be deposited with- the county clerk In
ad vanes to provide for all riling fees.
If not enough papera are Bled to con-
sums th 17.40, the balance mar M e-
msnded f"t hT v iirh tr tha
attorney and should ee returned to the
It Is aasarted that it la th practice
f of aome attorneys to charge up the full
amount ef the deposit 7. 10 end re
tain whatever the balance may be that
is unused for' fees. -...
A case in point Is that of the eetate
of Carl Schlect Insane. H. H. Rlddell
waa appointed guardian .Taking charge
of the funds of the estate. Rlddell de
posited $7.10 with the clerk, but ' the
papera Sled called for not more than
11.10 or SI In fee,- leaving more than
half the 17.10 . that ' anould have been
returned to the estate. - The report of
Rlddell to Judge Webster made It ap
pear that the entire 17.10 bad been re
quired in filing fees, and there la no
record of any return to the estate ef
the balance,, v .
SUoea . Deals ' There Waa iafC
It la not believed that the statement
is true that Bloch was given informa
tion relating to these balances by Jay
H. Upton. . Bloch knew the books at
the courthouse' well aa any, one" else.
ana neeaea no assistance in suca
"Furthermore. said Bloch, "I merely
went to . the attorney and offered to
buy the .claims for balances, and they
accepted my offer. There wae-no graft
In-It; it waa almply the safe to me by
a number of attorneys of claims dua
their clients" estatea."
Another feature f the probate aitua
tlon that Interests many persons ia the
relationship of th bondsmen of the
eetate that have not been properly set.
tied. - In every estate admlnlatratorship
or guardianship a bond must be? given
for twice the amount Involved. It I
feared that an Investigation would dis
close many estates, in which the law
the bondsmen, who presumed they had
thar reaponalblltty. r yet llabta for all
money that waa not properly dlaburaed.
Many vouchers In the vaults of the
county court are not' valid. The law
provide that a claim against the estate
of a deceased or Insane person muat be
worn to before a notary. It haa been
discovered that numerous claim have
been allowed that had not beea verified
according to th law and that they are
therefore not legal proof that the funds
of tha estatea were rightfully paid out
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From the Glasgow Times.
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take this medicine Urea- tlmea day
Patient But sir, I seldom get me's
these 'srd times.
Chemist (passing on to next
tomerl Then take - It before .
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