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Ti:s- cr.nccu - daily journal,' rcnTLAiiD, rrjDAY cvr::ii;Or August 17. it:3,
OOSfflB BY l
(ijth wo Out Irt Last of Ninth,
; Locals send Two Run- .
MANAGE .VAN HALTREN i
y... y J PROTESTS THE GAME
Oakland Captain Declares That Mc
. Credie, Had No , Authority- to
Change Umpires While th Game
" Was' OnMcHale's Catch Feature.
s Portland. ,4, Oakland I.;
' Batteries Essies and McLean; Ore'
. '4iem and ' Haekett, '. v. : :'. '' ..
, ' The ' giants annexed ' another game
yesisraay, ikii me sea oia siory.
. - The visitors are not -In the local's class.
' fiakieiul - haa a, Srood Mam. Van Halt
.... ran la wlas to many t'hloaTU-TJiax r
ocners., , 'v- t ,, .
'The falthfulv fans, "who stayed to sa
."'ins finish, though tha score was I to
,'.'. t In favor of Oakland, In the last "half
. ; M the ninth, and the first two batsmen
. eor Portland 'had tone out 1n " order,
were. wet rewarded by seeing the locals
,,'.'. snaak upfront tte rtar and sand two
runs across, thua snatching a rletory
from what .seemed sure defeat. -. '.
Buf basehall la baseball and sa long
ss ' there is life there1 la hope, snd . on
'V this-hop the Giants found a way to
win a hard fought but-loosely played
' -gamS.. ' ,f
,. . -Whether the game will go to Port
land's credit Is Question, that-will be
, settled by President Bert, ss Manager
-.Van -Ha Wren haa 'entered a vigorous
. protest. ' - Her - la the feature ' of the
V game in,- words,! and -the-mueh-ebueed
umpire - 'la' the subject of the story.
- Oakland hit B..B. Esslck of Cincinnati
for a- cnuple of' runs in the third.
. . Graham was pitching great bail. In the
... eighth Oscar got hla wires crossed and
eclated 'by several- errora the Qlants
"' tied the- score. In the first of i the
- ninth Kruger alammed out ' single.
' eiackstt,- the "rat,- knocked a triple,
- end Oom Paul scored. : This made the
"tore tJ t in Oakland's favor.
:. ; ' '.Was Bop Was Peed. ' -.
In their last chance Esalck tiled out
to left McHale dittoed to second. It
: , really looked a cinch for the locals to
. 1ofce. The fans war leaving their seats.
It appeared all off. Including the shouting.-
Bin Sweeney was up. Bill Is a
bad 'than from IHlblrh. - His' ancestors
Vers bad men with the club. ' Be that
as it .may, BUI whipped out a double
It waa an American beauty. Mike
. Mitchell appeared at tha bastlls with
Toat In hand. Graham looked worried.
" Mike's reputation as a hitter resulted In
Graham glvlnr h!n four balls, knowing
. mat Mccredlu waa next up. Now, Me-
Credls was mint sauc for, Graham when
It earn to making a bit.
Oscar looked pleased, but his fsoe
soon changed when McCredle 'called In
Donahue, who was aotlng as umpire, to
bat for him. - Donahue la ths boy, of
Tralee. Pat waa happy. Van Haltren
objected to McCreedle substituting Gum
for umpire in Donahue's place and regis
tered a protest with the offlolal soorer,
'KoOredls of Oibreltas. . ' -.
Th local manager - wouldn't, relent,
snd Donahue went to bat. He caught a
choice on on th y snd It went for
the field 'Sweeney started home from
second. The tferow wsa good but before
the collision between Haekett and
Sweeney, the stout catcher dropped the
ball for "S. -second snd Umpire Onm de
clared Sweeney safe. This tied the
scare. ' , .. ,. .... . . , -
A mighty howl went iip'by the Com
muters, .who insisted that Sweeney, waa
out but Gum couldn't be talked or
chewed Out of the decision, and the
game went on. Portland still needed s
run to win' snd Jud Smith : promptly
singled snd scored Mitchell. That Waa
all.7 -., - : " , .,.. - .' . i :
Ths feature of the game was Mc-Rale's-,
brilliant - catch-- of - Devereaux'
drive la th ninth. The soore: . ;,
' " ' POBTLAND. " ' -
"". ' -- .' il ' AB. R H. PO. A. K. 1
McHale, cf. ......... 4 1 1 1
Sweeney,' ss. u 4 I' l l
Mitchell, ir. , 4
McCredle, rf.' ......... 4
Smtth, l I
Moore, 2b. ........ .t t
McLean,. o. t
Lister, lb. ....... t... 4
Esslck, p. V... 4
ponohue . . .......... I
e x e
i 1 x'e
i. i !
e e ' e
I B 9
OABXAND. ' i
; COTOiT :
Badssr ' Athletio Club ' of Mil
, waukso Prsssnts an 'lntsr
sting Fight Program.
jr. SmltK, rt. ' ..V....4 1 0 '!
or. .... J 4 Q Ifl f J
, i 1 1 aw
Graham,- pv .........
.. fa . . 4.'1
lb. .4 0 1
... . ...... 4 0 1
lb. ...!.. I ?0-
e . e
1 . . 0
Totals . .....
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Two out'whsn winning run scored, t
,. ; SCORE, BT INNINGS.
Portland ....... .0 0 0 0 9 0 t t 4
Hita . . l i e o o l s s i
Oakland . . OlltMM 1 I
Hits . . ..0 S -m I I 10 1 Bf
- - - - nrjMMART.
Struck out By 'Esslck. T: by Grsham
I. Baaes on balls Oft Easiok. I; ofl
Graham. (. Two-base hlta McHale,
Sweenev. Three-base hit Haekett
Double plays 'J. Smith to Francka to
Halley to Haekett: Hailer to Heltmuller.
Stolen bases Moore, McHale. - First
base on errors Portland, I ; Oakland, 1.
Wild pitch Graham. Left on baaes
i-ortlsnd. 11: Oakland. 4. Time of game
two nours. umpires uonoeue, asm
snd uopkins. -
'S AMERICAN leacue;
' ' - .'. " ' v.' . ;''
-i ' ' WoavLoit P.C
Chicago . .....l q 41,, .894
New York . ..64 r 41.- .
PhlladelphU . .......41 ' 44 : .181
Cleveland .......... IT . , 44, - .644
t. Louis. .. .....61 '60 .611
Detroit .'. ....'........Il: , 4 f .
Washington . .' ..".....i40 ; 61 8
Moeton . st , .isi
, R. H.
r i .
Boston 1 .4 ' T
- Batteries Patterson, Altroek -and
Sullivan ; . Harris, Peterson , snd Carrl-
gan.- ' '
v At Vhlladelohls.
First game , - R. H. B.
Cleveland . . .4
Philadelphia, . . . 1 .l.v. . .1
Batteriee Hess -and Bemls; Wsddtll,
chreck snd Powos,-. -j ,
Second ame-i R.H.
Cleveland . ........... ,1
Philadelphia..,., .....I T 1
Batteries Bernbard and Bemls;
Bender and rowers. ; . -'. k
''t"Tif wsaasrtssi."'"- Jv
Washington .k.r........l 4- 4
St. Louis 10
Batteries Smith and Warner; Glsds
and Rickey, . . . . . -. ..
. . . R. BJ.
Detroit ............... .......I II t
New Tork ....... .;. ......1 4. I
Batteries Mull in and Schmidt; Orta
and Meuutr. - - .- : j
,.iif eiit fi ii l
..oeisiooot i u i
R. H. B
Batteries Toren eel Swindells; Rush,
Machola, Altmsn and Buess.
R. H. H
Taeoma ...... .1 J 1 16 14 4
Grays Harbor . .4 0 4 1 1 1 4 11 I
Batteries Doyle and Shea; Blinker
and- Boettiger. umpire huiioh -
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'Mearaat Special Srles.
Milwaukee, Wis.. Aug. IT. An eight-
round bout between Charley Neary. th
Milwaukee lightweight, and Aurello
Herrere, the hard-hitting Mexican, Is
the magnet that la expected to draw the
patrons ot th Badger Athletio club to
the club arena tonight The bout has
been under discussion for a long time
M witn tne approach or the date the
lnSsreat among th fight followers haa
Urened-to a noticeable degree. It will
be Herrera's first appearance In the ring
alnce hla fiasco with Battling Nelson at
Los Angeles.. ,.,,,. t
The paat records of the two fighters
Justify the expectation of a lively betUe.
They have met three time and each
contest has been a draw. If Neary suc
ceeds In getting the decision la tonight's
go be will immediately endeavor to get
on a match with Nelson.
k . Both , Nssry and'Herrera have been
working faithfully to get Into condition,
though the Mexican as a rule-is notably
lax In his training work. Both now so-
pear to b In fin fettl. fit to fight th
battle of their Uvea
Several ptouilalug pielhnlnaHes have
been arranged by the club. Tha com
plete card for th show is as follows:
Aurello Herrera vs. Charley Neary, 110
pounds; Steve Kinney vs. Harry Orlffin,
111 pounds; Jack Nolan 'va. Willie Mo
Namara, III pounds; Young Sharkey va
Toung Oreenwald. 105 pounds. "
SPORT1NQ GOSSIP. v ;
Manager Van Haltren based his pro
test yesterday on rule 41, which reads
ss follows: - . , . i- -
, "Theyumplr can not be changed dur
ing a championship game by 'the eonaent
of th contesting clubs unless the of
ficial in charge of the field be . In
capacitated . from jervlc by Injury or
Illness." - ,..
.- e ,k - - ;. ., ;
' Jimmy McHsle's catoh of Devereauxs
hard drive In the ninth, his quick re
covery and perfeet throw to the plate,
that kept Haekett from scoring, was the
prettiest play, of the game.
. 'e e - s. '' , '. '
Oscar' Oraham was sore over losing
th gam. His work was good through
out but his support wss ragged.
,.-.- e e ' , '. '
i Van Haltren said that If Halley had
played where he was told he would have
had Ju4 Smith's driv in easy Isshlon.'
.- ,..-;. - . ."'
A"" Dasebaa- Uwyer : submits these
"fscts In the trouble over the change of
th umpire": Th league was to blame
for not having an umplrs on the field;
If Donahue had been on the bench he
oould have been called to bat; If Port
land had forfeited the right to us him
at a, critical moment It would have
been due to the league's carelessness;
not even a baseball team should be
forced to euff er through th sin -ot an-
oiner; ir tne league sits la Judgment on
this game It will have to convict Itself
of the offence of not bavins an nmnlre
ready: to act; by sanding Donahue to
Da roruana aid not gain any advantage
In umpires; th team should not lose a
gam because It accommodated the
league, . , .
. ' ' V ;-'
'.th ?oist. .league ' need' effieui . who
can . arrange matters so that Portland
can have a regular umolre fine. In .
while. .Heaven knows that th umpires
sent her are bad. enough, but then the
Olantaean bear any eld - thine that
comes along, even an umpire. . -----.
Portland crack "colored ball team
wants a game for Sunday. Call on Man
ager C. A, Fair,. Portland' hotel barber
shop. .- . ,.; ;
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Th football rules Mmmlttu iii.
revfaed ths rules, consists of L. M. Den
nis, Cornell, chairman; W. T. Reld Jr.,
Harvard, secretary: James A. Babbitt,
Haverford; John C. Bell, University of
rennsjrivania; waller ijamp. Tale; F.
nomer juniss. Texaa. southern eni,
legee; Charles D. Daly, West Point;
Paul J. Daahlell, Annapolis; J. B. Fine,
Princeton! E. K. HalL . Dartmouth!
James T. Lees, University of Nebraska;
C. W. Savage, Oberlln; A. A. Stagg.
university or cnicago, and n. U Wll
llama. University of Minnesota. -
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Sweet Maris trotted a mile vestsrdav
at Poughkeepei In l:0H. This is th
rastsst tim ever made, by a . trotting
mare. , .
- r -'"" e e .
The fifth snd sixth trial races for the
ttooseveit cup, - hem orr Marblehead.
war rua yesterday, by th Auk and
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Batteries Beebe,' Thompson and W.
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St. Louts ........ ......! 1
Nsw York . t 14 I
Batteries Kaiser and Noonan; Mc
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PACIFIC COAST LEACUE.
Portland ,,..87 It
San Francisco .., tl -4i '
Los Angeles 4s -
Seattl . , . . . .' . . .-.44 19
Oakland ,.....,.41 . 61
Fresno . . ...41 47 .
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sale on wines and liquors
Full Quart Whlsklas
" Regalar $1.00 '-. -
Full Quart Whlsklas
Regular $1.50 .
Full Quart Wines
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ALOaG EEL RIVER
Stockmen Find Bed of Streiam
Shifted Hole Found In
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WlllowsrXal., Aug. IT. HunUrs and
cattlemen dlsoorsred this summer many
changes la th mountains alone th
Eel river and in th stream Itself.
Thess ar supposed to be du to th
earthquake of April It. Soma atookmen
hav Just found a hug opening In th
aid of St John mountain, on of th
loftiest peaks of ths ooast range, lying
near the boundary Una between Olena
and Lake counties.
The crevasse varies from 19 to II feet
wide and Its depth Is unraeasureble, as
hug stone thrown Into It oaa be heard
striking th sldss for sight or tern sec
onds and no sound of th boulders hit
ting th bottom can b hoard. It Is a
constant menace to th large oattl in
terests having their center In this Im
A NEW DEPARTURE. -
I The Cost of Interments Satf Been Oreat-
ly Beduoed by Tas Bolaaaa Vaaw
Heretofore It has been ths custom of
funeral directors to make charge for
all Incidentals connected with a funeral.
The. Ed ward Holman Undertaking com
pany, the leading funeral directors of
Portlsnd. beginning July 1, 1104, will
depart from this old custom. When the
caskst Is furnished by us Its cost will
Includs all charges, such ss convoying
ths remains to our chapeUoutslde bos.
embalming, hearse to cemetery and all
services whleh may be required of us
except clothing, cemetery end carriages.
thus effecting a saving or lis to TI on
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lie Third street, corner Salmon.
'' Tickers Boats Baa.. . ,
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Oakland, Cel.. Aug., IT. Rub Tick-
'' OUBBS aOIATXOA.
Rev. W. 1- Riley. LL TX.Cuba, New
York. Wrltee: "After fifteen davs of
sxoruclatlng pain from sola tie rheuma
tism, under various treatments. I wss
Induced to try Bsllsrd's Snow Liniment;
tha first SBDllcation glvlnr tn tirat rs.
lief and ths second entire relief. I ran
five It unqualified recommendation, lio,
to. tl.eo. Woods rd. Clsrks Co.
ers homo run In, ths tenth Inning yes
terday won the game for Seattle. . The
scorss ' ... i
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Seattl . . , . .S 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 I I I 1
San Francisco. .0 SOeeeeOl 01 4 I
Batteries Vickers and Hansen; Mey
ers and Spies. -
' Tigers Beat Aagels. -
- tJimm.l apeelal Serries.l -Los
Angeles, Aug. 17. Ths Tigers
hit th ball at th right tim yssterday
snd trounced th Angela Soore:
. " R. H. E.
Is Angel 190 1 f I
Fresno . . . . . .0 1 1 1 0 0 j 0 T 6
Batteriee Nagl and Eager; Mo
Oregor and Dashwood. 'Innir Per-
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ANARCHISTS LOOT DEPOT
KILLING POLICE OFFICERS
(Joaratl BpeeUl lie ike.)
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bes-aa to loot. Aa .Inapeetor of police
Snd three constables upon Interfering
were killed br the thieves, who stole
f 0,000 roubles and escaped. .
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