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17AS BIG SUCCESS -
TTOECorniivERcrnrcAcrcAttrtitri zv r
Eugene Team That Met Defeat Yesterday at Hands' of Multnomah Club. Reading- From Right to'Xeft h '.
"Players Are Clifford,- Hathaway, Kelly, Fcnton, Brown, Pain, Hobbs, .Hard, Beck, Johnaon, Ramp,
Burden. . c , .'' ''''....
GIANTS BEAT OAKLANDERS
- IN CLOSE CONTEST
Essick's Curves Were Too.De
- ceptive for Visitors and One
More Victory Is Recorded.'
Portland 2. Oakland 1
Batteries Esalck and Donahue; Cataa
' and T. Hackett. ..
The usual thing happened yesterday
at Recreation park. - The Qlanta hava
got the winning habit and" They Intend Id
ki-u It up. HU1 s'sslrk waa-JM1 0
"Ar1nrrn for the locals andh waa
" about the whole show. striking -out
seven Commuters - and allowing;- but
aeven hits." which were fairly well scat
" rnna m.dt name la
the second Inning. - Oakland made one
nr two hlta en Donahue's error. Port'
Tand in the second hatt of thla
aent McCredle and Smith home on two
rw drives - -After this atea waa-ln.
'.vincible and manage! to allcw but two
"hits to, the-locals, Smith. Moore. Don
ahue and Esslck played etar fielding
games. Devereaux waa Oakland a star
,.ln ths Held.. ,The score follows:
V - ...,.' PORTLAND.
v x . AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
. McHale. of 0 0 2 0
rtweeney, sa. .... 4 0 1
Mitchell, If- ......... 3 T 1 - '
"'McCretlle. rf. ......-3 til '9
"J. Hmtth. Sb. '. t- i i
Mrtean. lb. .......... J 0 1 II 0
" ImnHhue. c ......... 1 0 0 H I
ft 0 4
IT. Ja 87; 11
- - OAKLAND. -
'J ' " " . AB. ft. H. PO. A. K.
-VenHattren. f. ..... 4 O I J ...
-, Fr.mks, ,.,..,.,. 4-0- Jf
. Kruaver, rf..... ...... 4 0 1 J 1
Hmlth. If .,.. -
T.. Hackett, c. . . 3 0 3 J 1
Devereaux, 3b. ....... 4 0 0 1 f
i aim. p. 4 0 2 0 1
J. Hackett. lb. ....... 1 0 0 10 0
Mnrkley, 2b 3 0 .0 3 1
Graham ..!' 0 0.0 0
.11 1 724 10
, .... . tu,i w i t'
"iW'Ki rw nil VJL w.w -
Graham batted for J. Haskett In the
junta. 1 - Li
BCORB BT INNINOST
..Portland . , 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Hlta . . 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 t
Oakland . . .0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Hlta . .,.....1 3 0 0 1 0 3 0 17
Btruok out By EMlck. T;'by rates, 1
t.mj in Kalla OIT f:lrk. 1: off CMes.
J. Two-bnee hit Mclean. Racrlflce
hits McLeariTT. Hackett Stolen baaea
Sweeney, Van Haltren. First base
. On error Oakland, 1. Left on bases
Portland, 2; Oakland. 7.' Time of gam
,4-One hour and 40 minutes. Umpire
Knell. . .
WALTER BROWN TO LEAD
WHITMAN COLLEGE. NINE
t (Special ripch "to The Joornal.f J.
Whitman Coliege.rvValla WallaWash.,
June "2. The Whitman college baseball
' ' team met for the last time , this- year
yesterday to hava their pictures taken
. . and to elect a captain for the coming
year. Thomas Dutcher, who has been
ithe captain for two years, declined re--Jelectton
and the choice. of the team fall
almost unanimously h Walter Brown
cf the freshman class..
it The team has been quite successful
this yeur although not winning the
ehsmrrtoriahrpTs-theT' tri8Trh (I?cla1ve
game of the series of three with Wash
, ington state college of Pullman for the
t championship or me nortnwest. -
Country Club to Opea. '
- The Rock Island Country club will
: open Ita new clubhouse to the members
and the ptibllo n June is with a big
' entertainment.' The' club has tiearly too
Members at present and the only reore
si Ion fostered by the members will be
water spons. ,
L. M. Myers, Who Waa Inatrumental
In Organizing the YM. C. A. Relay
I ii I
NAUGHTON CHATS WITH
(Continued from Page Ten.)
can't always tell. The Nelson-Herrera
affair . Is a fruitful theme for sport
critics and "will continue
time. There Is great opportunity for
comment, and eaetlgatlon and the com
fort in g reflection that one opinion of
the fiasco is as good as another. The
truth . about ' the thing will never be
known' until some - one sis close In
makes a confession. -
Xerrera Zs Bltrnd
On the face of thinga the blame Ilea
with Herrera. He la even open to the
charge of cowardice. But mightn't Net
sorv even though he had the best of the
argument from a standpoint of ethics
and 4Magr.ha,v atxctocd a. palntl
The battler knows that Herrera la m
light lightweight. The Mexican has
been -before tho-pttbllc1 for maybe 10
rr" r " "J . J?lbeea.. P psratlnat-ln ih.
Eddie Hanlon - Kid Herman - Q rocky
Boyle class. When a fighter in that
particular .number gota ta.wellilDa
over 122 pounds the surplus is In his
opponent's favor, and such being the
ease. It looks aa though the vane might
"Clear the ring and let's fight; what's
- Apart from this particular weight
wrangle, the present day system of ar
guing over a pound of flesh amuses
veteran ring followers -who remember
when pugilists refused to give away In
the matter of poundage In the old days.
On of the rumors In circulation In Los
Angeles waa that Nolan intended to
pull out of the Herrera match because
he had received a tempting offer for a
Battling Nelson-Jimmy BrlLt go Jn New
York. About the only thing that fa
vored this suspicion was the way. Brltt
ana Neiaon were talking about each
other Just about that time. - : . -pL
: - " What Velsoa Said. "
Neleon.-when-1 saw- him- at- Lucky
Baldwin's ranch a day or ao before the
date of the. Herrera engagement, said
"Yes. I've posted 110.000 aa a for
feit for Brltt. I don't believe he has
the slightest Intention of boxing m
and I want to ahow him up. If he la In
will find ma there at th
drop of th hat."
Brltt In New York about tha aama
Nelson waited until I got a good
long way a from San Francisco before
he made hla bluff. I have bean -chasing
him tor six months, begging him to
fight, and he never cam to time. He's
a big four-flusher and I am afraid will
never go into the ring with me again.
I'll be read v for husaa aoon.aa-l.svt
through with MtHjovem.
When rival fighters talk thla way
about eacb ether U is a fairly good algn
that they have been warned to prepare
for a clash. It remind on of th
palmy days of Jim Corbett and Bob
HUNT: CLUB RIDERS
Continued from Pag Ten.)
winning races" hive been at air and. seven
Bob Proud la another unknown quan
tity at two miles.
jo ' Jewett should win th three-
eights race If he dors not get away too
far on false breaks. He has a habit
of running away with almost anyone
who rides him on the track and Is more
than handful for Seott Brook, who
will rid him. j-..-
Bedad la almost a speedy and well-
benaved and is mqr likely to land first
than his speedier opponent.
Stlmy. owned by W. it, Davis, and
H. H. Herdman's John Boras seem to
be the best so fsr entered In th five-
eighths. Charles Leadbetter will ride
Btimy and Burke Tongue will have th
mount on Boggs. Horses and riders
are well matched. Bogga tiaa shown
the mora speed In training and he is
reported to hava worked a - vary fast
half mil a few daya ago. - Btimy will
have somewhat the better of th weight
ak they are required to carry but 140
pounds and Mr. Tongu can hardly do
less man 17.
Th relay rare will be spectacular
and kaleidoscopic changes are likely
to take place at any time during Ita
running, jaar A. h. Tsnner, William
Walters,' L. L. Ieadbetter and Ralph
Jenkins compos th team of th Whites
and Ambrose Cronln, C. H. Leadbetter,
James Nlcoi and William Alexander,
the Red a. Each rider make a qoarter
mile with th flag, passes It to the next
r'der, and returns to his station for the
nextlapjit is simple in theory but
Ins the last week- war round to
be fsr. different In practice. Th race
will be more of a teat of horsemanship
thsn In actual speed of horses.
FAILING SCHOOL LADS
The Riverside team downed the Vail.
Ing school nine In a one-sided gam yes
terday by th score ( of 30 to 4. The
feature of the game was th nlavtnr
or Day and Brady, umeiip
Blotter . ,
. . id. , , , , ., , . , ttow
Brady rf , Bue
Kennedy ....cf. ........ . Bloom
C'tnplre, Crocker . , - '. .
SHVASHES DEFEAT AI.6ELS
IN LOOSE CONTEST
Russ Hall's Braves Get Together
Long Enough to Win a Came ,
From Los Angeles.
- - - (special Dlaaatea to The learsaL) -
Beattle, Wash., June 2. Th Blwashea
managed to down th Angels 'in a free
hitting contest today ' Th acer:
. ' SEATTLa r-..
' AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
RTiaji. i?s?T7rrT!1" 2 "
eianxensnin, c. ...... a x 2 1 0
HeUmuiler, lf,vii; ,i :4-rlrtr(ri
Walter, rf. 1 1 j l la.
streip.Ti. . ; ; ;t7T ITrrri iTTt
Mott, 3b. 4 13 3 1 1
Jones, cf. ...i.. 4 0 13.01
vfekersi p! 0 0 0 0
Totala . ....33-S U 2T 10 i
" LOS ANGELE8. '
. " . AB. R.IT. PO. A. K.
Oochnauer, sa. ...... 4 0 0 1 4,0
era vain, cr. . 4 10 1.1
union, -id 2 3 1 14 0
Del mas, 2b t -L3 .
tvllla If . .... A - 1 . t A
McClelland. 3b., 3 0 0 3 6
X.USS, c. 4 0' 1 I
Hopkins, p. ......... J 1 0 0 3
Bergman, p. ........ 1 O 0
Totala . ". ......... .84 3 7 .34 17 1
SCORE BY INNINflfl
Seattl"". 3 0 0 0 0 3 k t
Hits . 1 I 1 1 0 3 4 11
m .....vveevesi v
Hits 1 0201021 07
Two-base hit Ellis. Three-baa hit
moil Bacnne nits n. Hall, Ooch
nauer. Stolen bases Kan - 2. Strelbv
jonca, cemara. naaes on Dans Jrr c
Mall a nfT VlnkH 1 aT U..VA.. .
off Bargeman. 1. Hit 'by pitcher C?
nan. oy tiopains; rfeitmuiier, Hopkins,
jncvwiiinu, or v. rva.11 . rsiisa. nv .vipk.
era. 4; by Hopkins, 3. Paased bail
Biiaav Wild pitch Hall Tim of gam
-Two hour and 10 minutes. Umpire
MT, TABORS VANQUISH
Mount Tabor defeated University
Park In a wll-playd gam yesterday
by th scor of 7 to 2. Th feature of
tha. gams waa th pitching of. Meriitt,
who fanned 14 men. Th lineup: -
Mount -Tabov : Unlveraity. ParlL J
Prltchard ...e . . Johnaon. Clelland
Merntt p. .Clelland, Vernon
Garner, Shane lb....... Schumann
Vlntin lb. .Vernon, Johnaon
Gamer 2b..; Hansen
Oravell ss. ....... ... Knaah
Watson ..... . . . . . .If . ; . . . . . . . 7? Hlnea
Olsbn of... H. Sharp
Young, ... .
CORVALTIS SHUTS 01
(Snerlal IMapatcb to Tke JearsaLt
Corvallls, Or., Juns 2. Corvatlls
downed Dallas colleg today 14 to 0.
The lineup waa:
Dallas. r. ' . ' Corvallla.
My res ............ :-p. .......... Rooper
Baker -...,..... ...c.......... Groves
Byron ....lb............ Huff
Boydaton '. .. . : . . .lb. . . ....... Swann
Kanon ..;.:it ni'J'
Davia ss Wilkes
Rice If Bllyeu
NORTH ENDS BEATEN
' BY THE ALL-STARS
Th Ail-Star ' defeated th North
End yesterday by a scor of I to X
Th Un-up: - f -
AU-SUra. , ' North Enda.
Brlgga .....,......e ; C Williams
Cook ....p....... H. Williams
Tett as.. ......... Crooks
Bmlth ...... k'; I ..1 b. , .... - Sweeny
Parrot ...........2b........... Brown
Murray ......... ..b.. ...... . Stockton
OMallay ........ .rf.. . , Jones
Roosevelt ..... i . .cf . ....... McDonald
Curtis t....lf....:.... Kennedy
tHE MOHAWK PutYErTS
Th Oswego - team defeated th Mo
hawks yeeterday byth scor of 1 to
12. Line-up: -
Oswego." Mohawk a
F. Roeentrcar. .". .e. . , .". ,. . . . Wegntan
H. Blankln lp... Peterson. Beglow
Beleth . lb J. Rd
For, Rox. ....... ..tb. ..
Blankln.. lb.. .
Hughes . .
rf . ...,.. Wake
, . Xollaaay 3ark Tletors.
Holladay Park defeated tha Oaka base-
bail team on Friday by tb score of
to 11. The game was well played-t
throughout, the main feature being
Jackaon'a catch of a lme drive ever
shortstop, resulting la a. double jilay.
List of Blooded Winners at Ex
hibition Which Closed
- - Iim4U Dlnalok to Tha JenreaLt ,
Corvallls, Or., June 3. Th bora
ahow closed tonights, after a moat sue
ceasful two daVa' display.- "Many horse
buyer were present from Portland and
other cities. Th showwtll be an an
nua affair hereafter. The winners in
the various classes wer a fallows'!
Thoroughbreds Flrat, 'Sv, K. Hart.
sock; 'standard brad, flrat, Jeas Brown;
second. W. C. Metcalfe 3-year-old colt,
First class i small I -year-old colt.
first, A. J. Johnson.
Preherons First, T, - K. Fawcett;
second. Franta- Brothers. thlrdiPeter
Englahathlr FirtC WCX-Blknpt
7 Clydesdales First, Mark Ilulburt. '
Grade draft 1-year-old. -first; A. R,
Lock; 3-year-oia, flrat, -G. O. Davis; sec
ond Q. W. Cooper;. 1-year-old. first. J5.
F. Burga; second, Sol King; third. H. S.
Plttman; sucklings, first, George
Brown; second, B. H. Gejlatly; third,
. Roadsters 2-year-old, ' flrat, Ed
School; . .i-year-old.- flrat. V H. , . School ;
aeookd.. Ed Sckol; 1-year-old, first, J.
H. S?lmpon; second, Jess Brown; third,
H. School; suckling colts, . first. J. H.
sacond. S. K. Hart sock; third, ' W. .O.
. Slngl Drtvere First,- Dick
aeoond, C. H. Murphy; third, T.
len. .- " . "
Doubl ' Driver Flrat. Fred
Buchanan; aecond. Claud Buchanan.
Draft Teams First. R. Sktpton; seO'
ond. H. 8. Plttman: third. C. O. Davia.
Brood Mares. "Grade 'TJariiFWStr"C;
O. Davia; aeoond. R. H. GaUatly; third,
H. & Plttman.
Roadsters First, 3. H. Simpson; sec
ond, Ed Bcnoel.
YESTERDAY'S RACING AT
BELMONT PARK TRACK
(serial Di.Detek kr Leaead Wire to The Jearaal)
New York. June 1. Today's racea. at
-Seven furlongs,, selling Taxd (Be-1
.n, e ta.. it. n.- Klnaa flam, sconiiHl
Gentian, third. Time. 1:2 i, -
Four- and r a - half - forlongs-Orah
aecond; Bewell, third, Time, o:sx.
r Five furlongs, th - national station
aiaaes, s-year-oiaa, ss.uuu .nariea u
second; De Mund, third. Time, 0:62 2-t.
X)n mile Perverse (Lyne), lto 3,
won; Belle of PequesC second; Bdna
Jackson, third. Time. 1:3 4-t.
About two miles. International ateepl
ehae. 11,700 added Herculold -Dono-
hue. won: Grandpa, aecond; DromedaryTt
third. Time, 4:13.-
One mile Broadcloth (Garner), 10 to
1, won; Von Tromp, second; Klameaha,
third. .Time, 1:33. ... .
"" FOR .HUNT CLUB MEET
President Downing of tha Hunt club
la a busy man. ' The approach of th
aprlng meet has had the effect of rous
ing th riders Into an activity never
known In tha history f th club. From
now until next Saturday It la certain
that every, rider entered In. the racea
will be devoting more than spar time
toward getting Jnto condition for th
It was announced yesterday that
Hugh Hum would b presiding judge.
E. M. O'Brien will act aa starter and
Thoma lLTongue' of HUIsboro will be
official timer. Two associate Judges
will be appointed. i '
DOGS HAVE LAST BARKS
AT LOCAL BENCH SHOW
-Tha Portland bench show closed last
evening with the presentation of th
prises - by President- J.-Wesley-Ladd.
Th exhibition waa tha most successful
In th history pf th local club from
every standpoint. Tha class of doss
was xcptiouanygdod, th trophies
wer many and valuaul and tha attend
ance waa beyond expectations. Con
siderable credit for th success of th
how la due Secretary Frank E. Wst-
klna for his Indefatigable labor In hav
ing everything - arranged In perfect
order, thua expediting th running of
BEAT THE BROWNIES
In aa Interesting match yesterday af
ternoon the Brownie won from th
Owl by a score of 11 to t. Th Una-up:
Maltsen e Feldelmer
Lewis ss. and p. . . i . . .C Drlscoll
Col -IB...-. Foley
Alexander tb Lytl
i inrlaa Ih.:..1 T, Dornwy
Hallock cf Cook
- The Bralnard Maroona left last night
for Sortngfleld. Oregon, where they will
play a match gam with th Springfield
Blue. Th team I composed of: Bet
hels and Weed, battery; Trowbridge,
first base; Campbell, second base: Gray,
shortstop; Mangold, third base; Henkle,
left field; Oalne, center field; - Smith,
The Portland Grays leave this morn
ing for Woodburn, Oregon, wher they
111 contest with the woodburn team
for honors. Manager Smith feels confi
dent that his colts will com bom with
burfch of Woodburn scalps. Th per
sonnel of the team is aa follows: Gra
ham, catcher: Henkle and Hurlbert,
pltchera; Thing, first base; W. Morrow,
iecoad base; Meyers, shortstop; uetes.
row, .center field: Anderson, lert neia;
Jeffrie and Smith, Utility. V
Th Multnomah club's baseball nine
defeated the Oregon 'varsity yesterday
S to 4 on th club diamond.
thPortIahnr Automohlla club-wTO
hold a run to Bandy bridge today. The
start Will be made at . th soldiers'
monument at IS o'clock.
wat Cap Hal.
' (Spadal Otapatrh In The Journal.)
Salem, Or., June 3. Th Rambler
defeated th Reform school team 3 to
lodsy. Batteries Ramblers, Hoi man
and' Bnshor; Reform School, Howard
George W. Isbell, the well-known
horseman, who was thrown from hla
horse at tb fair grounds, on Wed nee-
day. dlea this afternoon.
Ha fell on hla
head and never regained consciousness.
He wss 4 years old and leaves a widow
and daughter, ' . ,
THE TWO-OALLON EFFICIENCY
CONTEST OF THE AUTOMOBILE
CLUB OF AMERICA WAS THE
I ' MOST IMPORTANT EFFICIENCY
" CONTEST EVER HELD.
A Frankn won the first prize
-gold punch -bowL - .
A Franklin went farther than
'4-passengef car. ... .
Two "Franklins went farther
other 4cylinder car.
A Franklin went farther than any standard single-cylinder car. V.
A Franklin carried 2 passengers"87"milea and afterward increased It to
This Franklin record means
; and the highest efficiency "ever
Four-cyUnder Runabout. , . . 7.i.... . . .'fajOO .' '.' Four.cylinder Touring Car ,. .,V..."...V..a0O
-; Four-cylinder Light Touring Car".7,7....flOOr;7 " Six-cylinder Touring Car.;;7.r.,.T7T.f
RetsU Store, 64-6S Sixth Street. : --.v " -' : -
Garage and Wholesale, Oak Between Sixth and Seventh.
feriN Vfv nr n I XT
iu wi nrr au mauis a sizes :
; s , r.,
: 1 I 11 l-M I11UI 'S.l f t 111 A 1
-;:vr :: 'Z. Ol For All
I Tans and Blacks ( i01x)w
. I r- . - ! - -y - J Shoes
yTv v v
MORRIS H. 1VHITEH0USE
' GETS SCHOLARSHIP
Portland Boy Take High Honors
at Massachusetts Institute
: ., . of Technology. ; .
Morris Homana Whltehoua, son of
B. Or'Whltehoua. of Portland has been
a warded the traveling ehorshlp-glenl
by Ouy Lowell, architect to the fifth
year student of' th Massachusetts In-
Morris Homan's Whitehouse.
stltut of Technology, whr3MslhTest
work on an architectural design! The
scholarship la worth ' 11,300, and th
winner tnust spend a full year In Eu
rope, touring through th principal
citleaand " foUewfllf a Uns of study
mapped, -out by th department of archi
tecture of -HIS- Institute. Whitehouse
la 14 years old and waa graduated from
Bishop Scott academy. lie will leave
America tha first of September. ; '
Isn't it enough to decide your vot on
sheriff candidates to know that R. L.
Suven la backed by th gambling
crowd, th whlky crowd and tha gang
that Sheriff Word kicked out of th
city and mad It better by doing ,aoT
Do th people of Portland . want to re
turn to the data when Pet Or ant,- Nat
8olomon. Larry Sullivan and a little
eoterl of such ebole "cltlaens" ran
I , ' 7
, ,. : (.; '".
more than, fuel economy. - It rneans correct and highly refined engineering
demonstrated in anjr-motor car.
TD) SHOE K
Y. M. C. A. Building:
... . r , : . i- - - - .--
" Nvr before tn our many years of active operatlone in thla city
i have w been ao wall equipped to aerv - our - patron In thla -
branch of our large business. It waa , . t
Our Six Expert Tile Setters
That did th splendid work you mar see ' in th Bankers
jumoermen Dana, an ceramio
Trust at Havings Dana, me Portland Trust company a
Northweertern Ouarante Trust company' bank, the
ante at Trust company s nana,
batha. and who are now busv ks
w Ke won through th merit of our men. There are many :
private residence In th city that we hare don til work for .
that we do not mention In our advertisements, but who would
not object to interested parson Inspecting that part of their .
premises. Jn fact, w nearly always hear frotn.Jto.os-who want
th 11K8T and-w do no other kind" of work.
John Barrett Co.
408-410 Morrison Street
THE GREAT SPECIALIST
tovis ns, KDu-aan ms, ou mv.
Who are th victim of Urinary. Kidney or Bladder Trou
bles, Syphllltlo or Mercurial Blood Poisoning, Lost Vitality,
Impnisnoy, Sawual .Itahlllly, impaired Y igar. -Pism tiira.Xie.
nine from Recent Kxposur. Mental Worry or Overwork.
Rheumatism, Ecsema or Salt Rheum, Piles, Ulcers, Old Bores,
Cough, Impending Paralysis or Consumption, Stomach and
Liver Troubles, Loss of Ambition,, unfit to enjoy either pleas
tire or business, are oured for life by" Dr. Pierce when all eth
ers have failed.
Call or writ 33k V, 3. tSCat, S1H rkM ftt, Vertlaad Oau
th town and mad politic stlnkT If
you hav had enough of it. vot for
Tom Word, th man who cleaned thla
gang out. , ' -
- " " -
.got So Foot aa BL assaasa.
, From the Touth's Companion,
th traveler ithrough a part f New
Hampshire wher th stone seemed to
be especially thick, stopped to comment
to her driver en a man who waa at
rork In a field the aurfaoa of which
as little mora than a mass of stones
of sll slaes and shape. -
"les, Jake's having a hard time of IVi
95 miles on two gallons of gasoline.
c Dnrtinnri fii
' . Ul LiailUf Ji .
V V V V V V V V cmj
ror Knlghta or Pythias, Oregon
me roruana Hotel a 1 ne
nailers on other bla? eontraita '
Between Tenth and Eleventh
said tha drlvar, who apparently knew
every on In that region, "ne'e been
at that field now for tw years, off 'n'
on. Th wall Sll -cam out- of th
ground, aa yeu might say, and you can
tee there's still considerable material
left te work n." -.I
should think he'd be perfectly
eouraged, poor man, to own e-" '
piece f property." eald th trtv
Oh, he doesn't n It, r. v- ,
doesn't" said th driver, !
Isn't poor aa all t: t. It I
Squire Farnmn, aid he a hir. .
clear It, tbat'a aL"
1 ' I