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Wi TWvre-Mr. s
tJotsd Fihtsr and TrsJnsr fU
; calls Oldsn Time ti ths Boys
; Along Friscos Midway.
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" aMTMATa.Afc.ar-. - - . Z """ A
TELLS ABOUT, HIS COUT '
Waa Afraid of th SaC;r, and Was
; Overjoyed When ShfcrL'f at Colroa
-Stepped Into 'Ring and Prevented
', tb Fight
(Joaraal Special Sarrloe.1
8a Francisco, Oct Patsy Cor
rlgan. fighter, trainer, philosopher and
wit,, who worries as ntuckj about omor:
row as an elephant does .about a elea
Shirt. Is around town weai 'ng the big
am lie "that won't come off" and sprink
ling the seed of good will hither and
thither from one distillery to another.
- Patsy la a soldier of fortune, out here
With Kid McFedden, helping the Mttle
' Fourth of Julyraxplostve '-hook on."
',. Corrlgan himself was no slouch In his
day, and hia presence revive many
pleasant- recollections of the happy -by.
;'- Years ago, when Al Kaufmann' eld
man was kicking bwauH he had such, a
big milk bill and Jimmy Biitt was Just
teaming the difference between a faucet
and a gas Jet, Corrlgan wee matched to
fight Sharkey at Colma. A Patsy tells
It himself, "I knew I had about aa much
chance against the old Mi dog , a
. onowball in a Turkish bath- Whw I get
in the ring the first thing I did was to
locate a good get-away In case Bharkey
had an Intention of aasasslnatlng me.
' Luckily, Just aa we were about to com
together, and my feet were covered with
Icicles, the sheriff of Colma stepped into
the ring and stopped the fight. . 'i f
. 1 "I was the most indignant man W the
world. I proposed to Toot that we wipe
. Colma off the map. Ton began te ory,
but I was such a rummy tbe that I
forgot' to cry, too. If I bad cried then
my fortune would hare been made As 11
was, Sharkey aaw what a. iympathetla
' guy I , waa and engaged me as .his
' trainer. Tom and I got along Una until
Tim MeGrath came upon the .scene.
When lr "comes to laying on the salve
Tim has me backed up against the
fence. ' When Tim opens the air valve
and starts the fan going bis line -of
bull would make, -a hurricane, look ltke
a gentle sephyr. . i
.'" "McOrath endeared himself to Bhar
key In ', when the sailor fought Joe
Choynaki. Bharkey knocked the clever
' Joe over the ring and easily had a clncb
n the' decision, but Referee George
Green called It a draw, The husky
mariner was so overcome by the ref-
- eree's ruling that he wept bitter tears
, of disappointment Tim, always on the
alert for a chance te make a, tlay. put
a loving hand on Tom'a shoulder, pulled
' a towel up to his eyes and walled aloud.
: McOrath won out and beoame a hero In
... Bharkey' eyes. i ''.,",-
. ; -Tim said afterward that? each Year
. Jut 80 In hi pocket" . , V
'"-'Cfirrlgan says' that Shapkey'a "eTilef
trouble In life Is his cauliflower ear. The
' sailor . baa made a standing offer Of
', tie.OOt to any physician who can give
him a. good ear. He has tried every
; remedy on the market, from Dr.' Mun
: yon'e mud plaatere to Mrs. Wlnslow's
, soothing syrup.- but the 'old cabbage
, flapper etlll mars those clasale feature.
Tom knows that he la otherwise- hand
some and la therefore all the more g-
- grieved over his facial disfiguration.
The brg' battleship on hie chest can be
Covered up, hut It is not exactly the
proper thing to wear an.overcoat over
, your Jeft ear. They might graft a
' mule's ear on Bharkey' headpiece, Tut
; that may start the muscular brulaer
kicking. So the f 10.00 offer Is still
' . pen. ;'Y . ... r ' ,V " .
Sharkey's thirst baser pete him from
3S0 to $500 per day and every time he
. opens the cash register be buye a pile
. 04 bricks. He owne half of New York
, ralready, and haa John P. Rockefeller
. making overtures to him to get out. of
' the masuma game. ... Tern-- is going
- ahead too rapidly to suit John. Hhar
. key 1 married happily and haa every
thing, to live for but that cauliflower
' , ear. ,';.' , .
v Why not buy a tin ear,' Tom? .v
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. Baeiag at Jemaloe track. ,v
i - Uimil Special Service, ' '';,-;-
.'? New- York, Oct; 21. Jamaica Park
! rare results: . '
81s furlonge-B;mergency won, Invln
1 elble second. Fustian third; time,
111-, v , -
Mile -and ' a sixteenth Knight of
t Rhodes won, Buckley second, Mabel
Richardson third: time. 1:4.
Biz furlongs Bterllng won. Reldmort
second, Flavlgny third; time, 1:11 1-8.
., Mile and a sixteenth True Wing won,
.Yorkshire Led second. Chimney Sweep
third; time. 1:47.
i " Five and a half furlong Prince Fred
. erlo won, Tambeau seoond. Peeping
' Tom third; time, 1:07.
. - Mite and a furlong Red Knight won,'
-Banker aecond, Bailor-Boy third; time.
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; AND: CHILD.
J I : Let the mother ; take
Scott's Emulsion for the
. , two ; it never I fails ' to
:. benefir them both. One
can eat for two, but nour
ishing two is a different
thing. It calls for a de
w gree! of internal; strength
: that the average woman
TJ lacks. People of Iujhirjr
s are not very strong by
! . habit; overworked people
I V&re t weak in some funov
tions from exhaustion or
their surroundings. Scott's
cmuision can De depend
, ed upon to overcome such
' conditions. It is a won
derful food for a mother
and child. ' J . - - .
tOTT iOWMl, m rwl Iifea-Ter,
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O'DIIIEII PUTS OUT
Champion Aplrant No Match
?for the, 'Clever Sidestepper
Frorrt the Quaker1 City. -
FINISH CAME IN THE
Calitornian Landed but i Few Blowt
but They Were of No Importance
; O'Brien Hit i Wheneyer v. Hf
Pleased and Got Away Cleverly. ''
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' "" ' Journal Bpaelal Serrlce.V . ' "
. Ban Franclnco, Oct, 28. "Philadel
phia" Jack O'Brien took a terrtfle fall
out of' Al Kautmann' championship
aspirations last night by administering a
knockout punch In the 17th ronnd. after
beat m r the Callfornlan to a finish fot
If rounds. O'Brien's cleverness : was
what beat Kanftnann.' Thetrtrted, Quaker
City boxer waa nerer In better form
for a battle and opened the' ejrea of the
Frisco fight fan by hi remarkable
sidestepping. 1 Kaufmann rarely landed
on O'Brien If he did. th blow didn't
count. during the oontest'O'Brleo
would step jky and land stinging blow
and get away before troubled Call
fornlan could return it . Early In the
bout Kaufmann'A left , eye waa closed
with a Jab and hie noee bled continually,
making him. look more like a butcher
than a fighter. la eh 17th O'Brien
hot '-fir rapid blows to Kaufman'
Jaw and head, and then a right awing to
the Jaw sent aire down like a log te rise
no more..;' :, v-j. , - ; ',
Kaufmann waa so greatly outclassed
that his .closest friends were surprised.
PRESS CLUB BOWLERS
. In "tBe oMnlnr mitch of the cost-
season game on th Portland 'alleys
last evening the Press club took all
three games from the Portland. Each
team ' wafe ; one" man ahy, so four ' men
bowled onewehda Th majority of
the men on both team were new bowl
ers and they all ahowed In pretty good
form for their first time In a -match.
The score were: v-
. 'V; X-P.E88 CLCR ' .-. .
Moaher ...1IT '! 152 IT It S-l
Bowt ......160 114
Flood II ISO
Moray . . . ..17 161
.'. : -V--'sot ts
141 4001 1-3
154 48310 3-3
10 1337 ' '
Hergert ....H7 , 1I HI 43 15t 1-i
Kenyon ....HI 1JT 110 8-l!l-l
Woodman ..110 141 ' If 4 131
McMenomy 13 10 17 62 17 1-1
I ' 5l . tfit 4 JTO'v. ' i
. Testerday' afternoon McOrath took
four out of seven gamea In hi special
match .with Ball. It waa a very Inter
esting contest. Scores:
McO'th 201 224 If 21 212 21S 231143
Ball. . . iOi 214 14 227 17 314 1931411
McOrath' average.;.. ...... to f-T
Ball average 3014-7
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
11 01 8
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' Oakland Kits the Bali.
(Joomal Bpeelal Renlce.)
-.Oakland. Oct. 28. The Oakland
Jumped all over the Tacoma pitchers
yesterday and scored It ran in four
Innings. The score:
Tacoma "'. . . . '. 1 . t 1 2 1 2 ?" it
Oakland . . . . .0 t 3 3 1 IS It 3
Batteries Fltseerald, Lynch and Ho-
gan; snuut ana tsyrnes. ,.. . , . ,
, ' BeatU Za that Oat. . ,
1 (Jeuraal Special tVrrlea.l
Los Angeles, Oct. 28. Dolly Gray had
little trouble In shutting out the 81
waaha yasterday t to 0. Score:
Ix Angeles . . , .0 0 0 3 0 0 r T i
eeaiiie , leeeeeeeeo a
Batteries Gray and Eager; V
Y. M. C. A. GYMNASIUM
The Maroon defeated the Noon Clasa
21 to 17 and the Kventngs' downed the
Alert 17 to It In bakketball oon teats
Isst evening at the 1 . M. C. A. -gym.
naslum. Th contest were arary Inter
esting, ii ma "team a were evenly
matched and played : with considerable
cleverness. .Tbe( line-up:,. ...
Noon Claae. Maroons.
Durand ...'....'..Forward.... Ball
Holman .........Forward.. Eurlch
Livingstone ... ..Center. . ....... Toung
Gilbert .Guard. ........ Miller
Will ......... Guard ...Ruasel
, Second game: - ,(
alert. . Evening Clasa.
Johnson . ...... .Forward... Oaten
Schwarts ...... .Forward. . Mackl
Hartman ...... . .Center ........ Allen
8tubba .......... Ouard.... Allen
Austin .......... Ouard.v.... Uoffntaa
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" (, -.. v' . . ..,jseeeja e. axpi ;. j i , t . , ., .. , I . . ...,.. it v
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ELY GATES IS BATTED F03
Unlucky Number of Runs Cr9it
; ; the Plate for Seal In a . C
' (Jeornal gnesJal (Vrrlea.) -
San ' Franciscot, Oct., 33. The Giant
continue ' to get their " medicine with
promptness and precision every day at
the hands of the Seal.. ,Cate-wa' la
the box for the visitor yesterday and
received a fine drubbing. San Francisco
making If hit and scoring 18 runs off
hi delivery. In the third' Inning six
hit and a bunch Of stupidity cost th
Giants seven runs. . In the sfsth Inning
five hit sent four more runs :, across
the plate. In troth the visitor were
badly outclassed that they didn't know
whether they were coming or going, but
In the opinion of the fans they were go
ing most of the time. i . The score:
" . PORTLAND.
" '' ft - ' V" . ; AB. R. H. PO. "Ar. XI
At. ss.r.......b'...v. 4 a e't 6v
McCredie. rf. .....
1 ... 1 ' 1 0 0
a i i. 3 ;t'i
Van Buren, If. 4
Mitchell, .lb. 4.
Sohlafley, 2b. ........ 4
McLean, c. .... X
McHale, cf. ,;.
Sweeney. 3b. ........ 3
Catea, p. ........... . 3
Buess, o. .......... I
t Total .
.....,; , SAN
34 1 24 It , 1
FRANCISCO, u. '
AB. R. H. PO. A. C
4 13 1 0 0
Monier. id.. ......... a
Hildebrand. 1C.....J. I
Nealon, lb. .......... t
Houaeholder, rf. ..... S
1 11 w In. '3b'' . . ..- a. '
Oochnaaor, . .,.... 4
Wilson, c .1......... 3
Wheeler, p. t
I 0 0 0
3 3 11 0 0
1 1 i I
a n i
ToUls ...... .I,... 37 13 14 27 14
SCORE BT INNINGS.
Portland rf :'.., 0 1 4 0 0-1. i
Hits ..............0113111 1 I
Ban Frandisco .......10740410 18
Hits ...... 214151 14
' ' SUMMARY. , . ...
Three-baae hit Hildebrgnd sad Van
Buren. ' Two-base hits Hildebrand,
GochnauervNealon) (2), Householder,
Bweeney, Wheeler. Pacrlfte hits Wal
dron and Wheeler. ' First base en called
balls Off Catea, 8. Left on bases
Portland, : San Francisco. 6. Struck
out Br Catea, 2; by Wheeler, t. Double
play Wilson to Mohler. Wild pitch
Catea. . Stole bases Schlafley. Mohler,
Nealon, Householder, Irwin (2). Time
of game lh. SBm. Umpire Davis.
" ; Migh Seaeet Wta.' ,'"
. In the opening game of the Academic
league yesterday th Portland High
school eleven defeated Newell' River
elde team by the score of 10 to 4. Both
touchdowns- were made In the second
half, the weight of the victor telling
aa the struggle progressed.
NEW CREAMERY PLANT V
? TO OPEN IN ONTARIO
"" tapeeUl Mepatch te The 3aaraaL
OnUrlo, Or.. Oct. 2. A creamery
plant with a paid up capital stock of
33.60 will be instituted in OnUrlo the
first of the new year. The Incorpora
tor of th company are: H. Wegner,
Dr. G. A. Pome and J. R. Blackaty.
Mr. Wegner. who resldee at present In
Portland, wll) be the manager of th
new plant. '
- The Hotel - Ontario, which ha been
cloaed the past three month, will again
open He doors to th public November
1 under th management ef Goddard
Patteraon. ' -t.
And Still Scores of Port
land People Accept
Them as Pacts. l y
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' The published etatement of . some
treneer. residing In a faraway 'place.
may-be true enough! but It la generally
accepted ae a doubtful rumor, how can
it be verified? The testimony which
follows le convincing proof, becaeae it
cornea from a resident of Portland:
T. W. Shangland. who t a streetcar
co-luc.or on the Woodstock streetcar
line, residing et 710 Elsworth street,
says:' "Some -time last fall I began
bavin considerable trouble and annoy.
ance from a dull, aching pain In the
back over the kldneya. I think It waa
caused from the constsnt shaking and
Jarring of the car. I thought at nret it
would diautDcar a aulckly a It came,
but this wss not the caee. Learning
of Doan Kidney PI 11 a, I procured a bo
and took them according to directions.
The result wa entirely satisfactory.
The backache grew leaa and less snd
red. and aa far aa I can
tell it haa gone for good, for there have
been no symptoms of a recurrence.
For sale bv all dealers'. Price tO cents.
Foater-Mllhurn Co., Buffalo, N. T sole
aarenta for the .United State
Rememhev the ftame IRAN'S end
take no other. . ,
tectftt aa Wuatrated by Varioua Vlfhtara,. V': 't'-tct X- H
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Yale , and Columbia Find Dlf
f flcult FYoblem In Selecting
I an. Athletic Supervisor. - Pr
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OLD ELI piNDS MURPHY
" ' HARD MAN TO REPLACE
There Appear a Sentiment in Favor
'lot Founding a School for th Train
ing of Athletic' Trainer; for. Both
The recent difficulties of both Tale
and Columbia over the problem of find
ing a auiUbJe man for the position ef
track athletic trainer bring attention to
the .fact that there are in America. today
only a few men Who can be conaldered
clasa. A men In this Una There ar
many persons who do not hesitate to say
that good tfalnera In this country can
be numbered with ease on the fingers ef
twe hands. Mike Murphy of Pennsyl
vania, Keen Fltapatrick of Michigan.
Dad Moulton of Leland Stanford, James
Temple of West Point. Ernie Hjertberg,
formerly -of Columbia; Dr. Shell of Har-
yard, Jin Robinson of Princeton, Mike
Sweeney,, new of HU1 school; Johnnie
Mack ef Tale. Jim Lathrop of Harvard.
Jack Moakley of Cornell and A. A. Stagg
of Chicago comprise the honor list of
the noted trainers of American college
athletes. Compared to the number , of
football coaches who have been turned
out and are being turned out every year
it la plainly to be seen! that track ath
letic sport 1 In a much more stationary
condition aad en not susceptible of
Improvement easily. . The reason for the
scarcity of athletlo tralnera 1 not far
to seek. Hit' Is so much more difficult
to be a good director of athletes than to
be a correspondingly good football coach
that It la not strange that few are to be
found. ' I: : :- ,-j ;
4, ' When Mnrphy fceft Tata. ' - .
When the retirement of Mike Murphy
from Tale- wa announced laat spring
the authorities at New Haven Immedi
ately began to seek the beat possible
man to take hi place. . Needles to say
Tal not only had the money to spend
for a good man but also was very will
ing to give Jt up. The search according
tt reliable report spread eaat and west.
The namea Of such men ae Conlbear of
the Unlveralty of Montana, who for
merly wa at th University of Chicago;
Sweeney; Foater, Sanford. Moulton,
Pouch Donovan. Fltapatrick and lastly
Mack were' considered by Camp and
hi adviser. In th end Mack waa
ehoeen a th best man available. Tale
might possibly have wanted Fltspatrlck
very much, ae Indeed rumor said, but at
the Cnlveralty of Michigan the ante wa
raised by the Wolverines. Th choice
devolved upon Mack for several reasons,
among others because Tale believed
that his present deficiencies, whatever
they might be, could be overcome by a
eaaon of training. That 1 to say.
Mack was considered able to teach and
learn at the same time. Tale, therefore,
after due consideration of the field of
opportunity .and choice, selected a high
school trainer of but brief collegiate ex
perience at Columbia, with the idea of
developing him to the needs of training
at Tale. It Is a novel Mea In track
and field sport but on which haa a
sound basis of common sens. It Is the
same plan that all colleges have when
they hire a young man of brief experi
ence aa an instructor In something that
he ha specialised In and pay him for
hi services while he I teaching and at
the same time la being taught to teach
by hi associates In hi special depart
ment. , . v '., ... . -; :'
Oplrabl 1 Waa. -
Columbia' only th other day, through
the withdrawal of Ernie . Hjertberg.
found herself again in the position of
seeking a trainer. The local unlveralty
does not pey aa much as Tale doe and
therefor cannot expect to employ men
of th name quality.- At the same time
there waa a willingness. If such a thing
could be dona to meet the demand
of om really good men who might be
attracted to the institution. The result
of th aearoh. however, wa quit fruit
less along all line. It developed that
there I not In any way a man not em
ployed t a figure satisfactory to him
self who hs any considerable reputa
tion. Th oh 01 re of Columbia fell upon
W. II. Da via. on ef the assistants in
the gymnaalum, a graduate In physic
education of the Springfield T. M. C. A.
training school and-a man who ha con
siderable reputation in Massachusetts aa
an all' around athlete. Columbia, too,
I making th experiment with Davis. .
Onaaee fee Ooaehs. .
Here m the west the graduates of th
Unlveralty of Michigan find no difficul
ty In. obtaining places a football
coaches If they have ever played on One
of Toat'e teartwa. A gradual of Tela
Harvard, Pr I no ton or Pennsylvania who
had achieved any reputation a a grid
iron athlete could dally obtain a tike
position. Professions!' baseball coaches
there ire fcalore, and rowing coach
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statement la only true In a degree, aa
th oases f Wlsoenaln and Columbia
may prove. But there la. la eontraat to
all the -number ef eoachea and traraer
In other branches of sport, a dearth ef
reely good track team men. Inferior
trainer exist In' a larg ebUraber In
thle aa la every other braneh of physical
endeavor. ' ' .- - :" v ---
It appeal atriklngly to the average
man that a aohool for athletle tralnera
at thla time would do a great deal of
good. Eaat and west there Is a revival
of Interest In athletic whloh may yet
bring about a repetition of the palmy
day ef the early '0s. The founding ef
public school athletic league, th greater
Interest being taken In college of every
else, , the rivalry between the different
section of the country, ail have eon
trlbuted to thl awakening. Aocordlng
to Information from an official source
not - le than 1,000.000 - American,
whether schoolboy, athlette club or col.
lege athlete, were engaged In soma form
of track end field sport during the past
year. When on eighth approximately
of th population of the tTnlted Stats
t lntereated in a thing It certainly ha
reached important proportions, a school
for athletle trainer 1 a necessary thing.
When It la possible to name at the very
outside only a baker dosen ef really
fine; trainers of college team there 1
NEW STAGE LINE FROM t
CALIFORNIA TO KLAMATH
(Special Dt -patch to The tan-sal. ) -'
Klamath Falla, Or Oct. - 18. Th
Brat of thl week aaw another' transpor
tation Una in operation to thl town.
Thl new line undertake to transport
paaaengar and . freight to Klamath'
Falla and way point ay way or th
McCleud river railroad, which leaves
the main line of the Southern Pactne
at Upton, California, and is in opera
tion aa far aa Bartles. California, a
distance of about to miles. From Bart
les It la nearly. 44 mile to Laird
landing on th . lower Klamath ' lake.
Thl dlatano la covered by- stage and
then from Laird' landing to thl town
there 1 a first clasa steamboat in serv
' Fraf erred Sauefe
Allan 4h Lewis' Best Brand.
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Albany Yoata Slaappear. -'
(Special Dispatch t The Jesraal.)
Albany, Or., Oct. it Joseph Rickey,
lad 17 year old. left hem on Fri
day morning. October tl, on hii way td
school and ha not been heard from.
HI parent are anxlonaly Inquiring for
hi whereabouts. The youth did not
desire to go to school thl winter and
It Is thought this led to hi leaving
even arehot Tar to seek.
You (BacuKoft Bcay Pupai?
- tbaa HAYNER, bo matter bow much yon pay or where you got it. W
Iftve boat distilling; whiskey for 39 years. ' Wa have one of the most tnodera
and boat equipped distilleries la fbe world. Wa know of nothing that
would Improve our product. Perfect km fa the distiller's art baa bees
reached in HAYNER WHISKEY, which goaa direct from our distillery to
YOtT, with all of Its original purify, strength, richness snd flavor.' It doesn't
pass through the hands of any doaler or middleman to adulterate,. You
thus save the dealers' big profits. , Yon bay at th distiller's price, at flrst
cost. Don't you see the economy in buying HAYNER WHISKEY, as well
aa the certainty of getting absolutely para whiskey?
: '' Unltee atatae Senate, Waahlnctea, D. C.
' "I have ased flAYWBS WftlSKST (be saedtciaal pursese i my family aad have
fcaad It very aatlafactery. I Uev it te be a naber eoe ssedkilaal whiskey."
- . Tktmtu &. M, U. . Imiw tram Virxinia.
FULL 01.C0 EUPnSOO
aArrro j-SS PKspniD
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C ) C'JAnTO
d the bov smews and est wffl ship la plats sealed esse, erlfh
M marks to show eoateat. Try -the whiakey. have your doctor test It
every bottle If yon erlah. If yoa ot ftnd It all right, ahlp It back to as
at OUR BXCBKbS aad yoar meaey will be promptly reraaded. How
Yoa sav maeey br erdartag IB euart
much, get a mead te jot yen. to csa
abet we pey the esprea t freight
j Writ ear aearest eflo aad 41 HOW. , .
ti:s iiAYnrn c:3TiLLtna czz?zzr
. r4, !. t Lawla, . . -'
Distfflsry. trey, O. Capital. 1000.00,
IT DID1NT HURT
M Wbat tset ea
Saatal emra. We Se
ee ei eny eaieeqr svess say awf.
gveryralsg as t .e. Opra svialaae aa
Saeear. Mat SaV
WISE BROS., Dentists
.'.'th fanis. ea,.
ONTARIO REFUSES SIDSIDY
Citizens Are Willing 'to Give
Right-of-Way and Terminal ;
' Grounds but Not Cash.' ,
(aerial Diapatek t The Joeraal.) .
Ontario, Or Oct. 1. At a recent
meeting of the Ontario chamber of com
merce Stephen Carver, a banker of
Chinook, Montana,, submitted a proposi
tion to build a standard gauge railway
from Ontario to Vale, a distance of 14
miles, and to equip the earn ready foi
operation by August, 10, provided th
cltlsen of Ontario would donat a 1.
400 bonus, secure five mile of right ef
way at thla end of the line and gran'
four acrea of land for depot grounds,
roundhouse, etc. near the "a. 8. 1 right
of way. . . , . .; . -.
. After dlacuaslng the matter a com
mittee of three wa appointed to Inform
Mr. Carver that the city waa willing te
secure the right of way. but did not
deem the enterprise would benefit 'th
town to the amount th bonus required.
A surveying party is now In the field
and three preliminary line will be run
from different point along th Oregon
Short Line to Vale. ,
NEW BANK TO OPEN ITS
, DOORS AT BAKER CITY
. (gseelat Dtsaateh to The JearsaLl
Baker City,' Or, Oct. J. Baker City's
new bank, to be known a th. Baker
City Loan a Trent company, will open
It door for the drat tun on Wednes
day, November 1. The original stock,
holder of the new Institution are
William Polhnan, John Schmidt, Wal
ter Fwrnald. J. H. Donald- Edward
Burke, H.t D. Clifford, ' George 8 tod
dard. J. H. Parker. J. T. ' Donnelly; Q
B. dmalt, Clarke Snyde. W. H. Gilbert,
M. Well, i Carl ' Dilacbelmer, ; Joseph
Oeddea, Frank Ballia and Joseph Stod
dard. Th newly elected officer of the
bank are: President, William Pollman;
vice-president. John Schmidt-. The
with waiter Fernaia, -m. IX ciiRord,
M. Well. , W. H. Gilbert and George
Stoddard compos the Sevan directors.
Th new bank 1 capitalised at 164,004
and haa th distinction of being the
only savings bank;. In eastern Oregon.
JOHN DAY APPLES SENT
TO NEW YORK MARKETS
'r ("pedal Dtopateh to Tae JearnaL) '.'
Baker City. Or, Oct It six thou
sand box of th choloest Apple from
John) Day, Grant county, ar being
packed here preparatory for ' shipment
to New Tork City. It I expected that
th apple will bring from !.t to tl
a box. Owing to th unusual ' cold
weather and consequent frosts, th ap
ple crop, which formerly averaged from
0.004 to 10,004 boxes every year, ha
fallen' far ahort and will not be over
4.004 boxee at th end of th season.
Wholesale fruit men here say that the
monetary loaa . to thl .. section will
mount to nearly $64,000.
by freight. Ifyda eeat use so
v suae avre r aeureeav
sVaytoa, O. ' AtlatrU, Ca.
xU I fall. l.taDHebed 188,
week ae peaekt traat
vr nAA.i.a a. r to eaa-e s
to-aatjy arrests eaaara. aula terua, .
falllag. procaMee grovth f thick. Iaatne I
ef the rich rotor as bea.ty of -oa. I..
m4u wna .jnarao aoes. it
Mr foe. bottle Arnrttf, Take
Wltaeat Pbil Bay a'pecia.UM 4. .MiZl
tet (Oe. bottle Ualrbealtb and Zoc. rmk. h-n 1 .
ledleatad Soap. bMh tar ee.t regular price Im.i
'.'aterPBlle 11.7 Co., Newark, K. 1- ar
pall. er eoe. aa tkle edv.
Free anas sot etna br irmmwiat Mlik.-a aakm
tatlie adv. aad &0c. tot P-l-tnaUs. .,
ttfksis- ' ' -Z ' L ' L
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FOOOAJto, cnvAmn a otx.
' EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY.
HEADQUARTERS YOU '' TOURISTS
rTAND COMMERCIA1. '
'BVerythlng to eat aad drink, and
it cost no more tn th
' Portias Hotel Katbakallar
than lsewhere In the .city. Every
weeaoay nigui m ,. ...
Whether h go by land
or aea, th traveler will find
It a -delightful trip to San
Francisco, where he should
stop at th world-famed .
and nJoy It many attree
tiv feature. For fuller
Information writ t th
Palace, or see
r. a nit&y ;"
t the Portland . Informa
tion and Booking Agency.
tb Mfeat. a t
SevenU aad Wattba,
tagtasa Ita, ' Vkessa
aad largest Sat)
soarr xxayra Totm xovsa o
We sell the products of all th mlna,
and all you have to do la ring up
Tell us what yon want and our team
will aulckly Ml your order., full, Weight
guaranteed. - 4 v . . t
Vulcan Coal Co.
' sts vtrmmsa itinr.
The KulteOaiii 5
r .'. i-..- SS SXXTX S."-; i
Special School of Gregg Shorthand
end Touch Typewriting. Bookkeeping
and Buslnee Method. Bualn Fen.
roanalilp by the. Palmer Method. '
.. ' . OOn OS TUlTlOaT. .
Just on third lea than 1 usually
required. --Evening or day aeeaion.
Call Main 4 for partlouUra.
Ue rtKht Tern Cat
If we set earealves a boot Mv bet a ate
so eat of prattti-e la that mpeet tbal
wa liDastne we would make . a rank
fallnre of tbe tU. Wa ao--t that tba
wtMrk weuld b f Ira t -flaw la aril, o all
ear effnrta. We are raeaward far tbe
. - eaealleaee ef ear srlallo.
l4y ntONT ST. , TeL Mais mjI
ii j Bet. Morrison end AUJjr. ,
Per eaederw dent. I
Lwt price eonslaent ..a I
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