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THE' OREGON DAILY ' JOURNAL. 1 PORTLAND; FRIDAY EVENINCVMAY V1807.
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THE ' HUB
First Weekday Came of Season
. W$ Be the Came
LEADERS AND TAILERS
IN PENNANT, RACE
Despite Low Standing the Bralnarde
Are Playing Good Article of BaH
' Hat Trimmers Are Patting Up
- , GUtEdged BaU-JTbe Wneup. f
Tomorrow afUrnoon , for th flrt
time tn th Trl-City league eaon, th
Milliners will meet th CvbS. On 1
th leader In the pennant ao and the
other I the tail ndr, but for all that
the two team are about ae erenly
matched a anr two In the leane. The
una are a aolld organisation of experl
l enced players, and are rapidly rounding
Into condition for th long raoo before
them. In the two framea that they hare
, played they have shown unmlaUkable
sign of championship form. Regular
practice ia working wonder with th
tam. The Frakea, on the other band,
thave made many change Jn. their orig
inal team and are older head at the
T game. Both team will try to win, the
' Krakea to retain their 1,009 per eent
and the Cuba to get Into the figure col
umn. Ae a hitting proposition the two
. tram are about a standoff,, and In the
: pitching department it wUl be a tossup
' lis to which 1 the stronger. The Cub
put up fast, snappy game on the
field, and if they get off on the right
i'foot will hold the heavy hitter Of the
tum Anmn Tha arama will be
called at 8:80 sharp, and Umpire Cheyne I
- wilt Vlliviaivt ? MW MtL.I ".
V Cuba.;- -. V " Frakea,
; McGlirfn, Streit 7. ..p. i Myer, Rurlburt
! Chaptn, Shea ;.. , Newell
. Williams . , ........ lb. . ...... A. Parrott
Morrow ......... .tb.......... Mangold
Turk . .". ..e. ........... . .. ' Fay
Magness ...,. ....If ...... .. K. Parrott
, Kennedy i .-. . .... . ..cf . . C. Parrott
Tauscher . . . . . . . .,rf . . , .. , . . : . OHvr
THE POWERS BLUES
WILL PLAY KELSO NINE
The Power Blue will play their first
home game on the league ground next
Sunday. A Their - opponent will be the
strong Northwet team which recently
smothered the Kelso aggregation. - It
will be remembered that the lads from
the town on the Cowliti had 1t on pretty
nearly all the best local tdams last year
and there is no evidence of their having
gone back any. True, this 1 but
I " dope." but It 1 the fond fan' process
of Working baseball problem without
the aid of dream book, clairvoyant
and other occult meana.
' The Power Blue ned no Introduc
tion to our baseball-loving public. Their
player are known to fan far and wide
and the team a an early spring target
fn, tha birir shot and Soft shells of the
City league has come through with no
actual loss. Th same spirit that ha,
v brought the .Blues jtiotorioue through
the assault and temptations of profes
sionalism has welded them Into ft solid,
aggressive and fighting organisation.
Their 1 th grit that grow a ft gam
progresses. ' , i
Sunday's contest will -be worth wit
nessing. The lineup will be announced
In tomorrow evening epr. ; - -
The Outlet Clothing Co.
The New Store is Permanently
Located on the N. E. Corner
FIRST and MORRISON STS.
W-r. y-V-A -' Qfw
If you buy from us you wilt not'regret it. ' W" are not deal
ers in false pretenses. We are gaining trade, Why? Be-
cause , we ate not practicing any impositions on the public,
and when 'a customer comes to.us to buy he finds we have
no bankrupt stdeks or shopworn goods nor da we give him
a $20 suit for $10. Why? Because we can
; not nor can anyone else. We are careful
v. and particular buyers and just so careful
' that no misrepresentations are made to the
buyer. He then becomes our customer. If -you
are looking for a suit come to where the
best that's made in men's apparel can be
had. We , want $10 for our $10 Suits be
cause they are worth $10. We want $15 for
our $15 Suits because they are worth $15.
' Clothes from
The margin of our'profits are satisfactory, to us, therefore we
, don't have to tell you what they are sold elsewhere for of
5 are worth $20 for $10.', ' ' : . A -
THE PERMANENT STORE
213-215. MORRISON ST, 150, 152,154 FIRST ST., ON
. THE NORTHEAST CORNER
PACIFIC COLLEGE HEN
' ' DEFEAT railflUE
Annual Field Meet Between Old
Rivals "Give Track Men a
' ' , Chance to Perform.
(Sparta! fUapatcb to The Joaraal.)
MeMinnvlUe, Or., May . Paciflo col
iece won the field meet Wednesday with
McMlnnville bv the acore of 91 to It.
Roberta and William were the tar
for McMlnnville and Hodson and Ho-
kin for Paolfio. The event were a
follow: . 1 . .
Half-mile run Macy. Faoino, rtrst;
Hodson. Pacific second; Rice, McMlnn
ville, third. Time, 2:1SH.
Discus throw Owens, MCMinnvuie,
first! Callowav. McMlnnville, second;
Ilayward, Pacific College, third. Dla
tance, 91 feet, 7 Inches.
lo.vard dash Roberta. McMlnnville,
first;. Wllllama, McMlnnville. second;
Kenworthy, Pacific, third, Tlm 0:08 4-5.
Pole Vault Hodson .Pacific, first;
Wilson, Pacific second; Roberts, Mo-
Mlnnvlllc third. Height, 1 reet.
120-yard hurdles Hosklns, . Pacific
Hrstr Wilson. Pacific aeeond, Calloway,
McMlnnville, third. Time, 0:li. .
440-yard dash Hodson, Pacific first;
Pink, McMlnnville. and Holllnger, Pa
cific tied for second. Time 0:87. -is.
High Jump Hoaains, pacinc, . nrst.
Anderson, McMlnnville, and : Calloway,
McMlnnville, tied for aeeond. Height,
feet ltt Inches.
100-rard dash Robert. McMlnnville,
first; Wllllama, McMlnnville, second;
Kenworthy, Pacific, third.-. Time
Hammer throw Hayworth, .Pacific,
first: Williams. McMinnviue, secona;
Macy. Paciflo. third. Distance, U feet t
Inches. . '
220-yard dash William. McMlnnville.
first; Roberts, McMlnnville, I second;
Kenworthy.. Paciflo, third. Tim. 0:34 1-6.
Mile run Macy, Pacific first; Rich
ardson. McMlnnville, second: Hayworth,
Pacific, third. Time. 8:01.
Broad Jump J." Kenworthy, Pacific
first; K. Kenworthy, Pacific -second;
Williams, McMlnnville, third. Distance,
(2 0-rard hurdle Robert. McMlnn
ville, f first; Wilson, Pacific, second;
Pink. McMlnnville third. The third
point was ruled out because spectators
got on the track. - .
Shot-put Owena, McMlnnville,; first:
Hayworth. Pacific second! Hodson. Pa-,
clflc, third.; Distance, St feet ( Inches.
. Total soore McMlnnville 68, Paci
Starter L. A. Hopfleld. . Timekeeper
O.' A. Wright' Judge H. H. Gill,
Frank Logan, t v, Marl. Announcer
F. B. Patty. ' Muslo was furnished
throughout th afternoon by. th college
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS .
, ON JAMAICA TRACK
' (Joarnal Bpeelal Serriee.)
New York, May 8. Jamaica race re
Five furlongs Rifle, Jtange . won.
Cuernavaca second, Albla third; time,
1:02 8-6. - -1
, On mile and one sixteenth Klllo
thlan won,Bon Mot second, Shenandoah
third: time. 1:49 4-6.
Six furlongs flswell won, Tanya sec
ond, Bianay tnira; time i:is.
. One. mil, and on sixteenth Cam
palgner won,', Moiessy second, The
Knight thira; time i:s. .
i Five furlongs Bounding Elk won.
Royal Vance tecond, Alaqda .third; time,
1:08. ' '
On mil and on sixteenth Qulnn
Brady won, Clolsteres second, Fllmnap
third; time, 1:481-8. , '.
Preferred Stock Canned flood. -
Alien V Lewis' Best Brand. '
$15.00 to $30.00
FROW THE SEALS
Oscar Jones Was Found Easy
: by the Giants and Was
. Promptly Retired.'. ;
M'CREDIES TEAM WAS ,
BADLY PATCHED UP
Orrgonlans Got After Jones In the
Second and ' Third ' Inning and
' Scored Seven Runs, Enough to
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i Cinch the Game The Score. , .
San Francisco, Mar l.Th Heals
presented Portland With a ame yester
day when the local manager put Oscar
Ynnaa in tn tiltph knavrins that his srm
wa sore. A a result the visitors found
him freely in tse secona ana inira in-nine-,
piling, tip seven run. , Ashley
ati!aAi1 .Tnnaa and Portland' run-ret-
tlnc earn to an end. ? Klnsella was on
the hill for Portland ana aia creauaDie
work. : His support was poor, or else
the Seals would not haVe made oyer one
run. Here is th acore: , ::,
AB. R. H. PO. A. E
CI.I.. .. . It 11,19 0
Lovett, tt. 0 0 9, 0
Westeroerr, ZD. ..... i v c i m
McCredle.lf. . . ...... 4 I I , I ; 1 :
Punleavy, lf.-b. , . ..4 ' 11 1 J
tr.A.. . ' A A t ; at . ft A
Croll, Ib.-lf. .,...., 4 1 t J 0;
Carson, id. i . iv v y
Klnsella, p. J 110 10
Total ,....,...,.. 1 11
Hlldebrand. If. 0 3
PO. A. B.
0 j. 0 0
Mohler. 2b. 3 1
Morlarlty, Sb. ....... 8 1
Wheeler, a. 4 0
Williams, lb. I 1
Murphy, rf. .,.4 0
Spencer, cf. ......... t 1
Esola.. e. ............ 2 0
Jones, p. ............ 0 0
Aahley, p. I 0
Joy . ............. 1 0
::. Total . w.'.!.;..ll 4 . 7 17 JO 1
;.kBatted for Ashley In ninth.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Hit Off Jones, t; run. 7. Horn run
hlnn. Two-base hit Spencer, JEspla,
Sacrifice hits Moore, Dunleavy. Wil
liams. . rirst base on called balls Off
Klnaellk, t; off Jones, I; off Ashley, 1.
(Struck out By Klnsella, 6; by Jones, 1,
Hit by pitcher Esola. Doubl play
Carson (unassisted);-Shlpn to Wester
bera to Carson; Morlarlty to Mohler txy
Williams. Passed ball Esola, Balk
Klnsella. Time of game Two hour
and minute.- Umpire Perrln. . r .
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NATIONAL LEAGUE , -
'' l ' . ' Won. lxst. P.C.
Chicago 18 8 .813
New York . ............11' 8 ..818
Pittsburg .....-. 8 ' - 8 .760'
Philadelphia., 8 ( .M3
Boston . ..,.., 6 . 8 . , .400
Cincinnati'. . S v, 10 .88$
fit. Ixui. ............. 8 .14-- .178
Brooklyn.. ............ 3 18 ' .183
. At rnUaaalpbla, ' '
Brooklyn , . ....... .,...'...1 .8 1
Philadelphia ...8 10
Batteries Henley and Rltter; Sparks
and Dooln. .Umpire Klem.
" At Sfew Terkr
Boston . . :..l 8 1
New Tork . .......4 7 3
Batteries Flaherty and Brown; Tay
lor and Breanahan. Umpires Emslle
and Rlgler. ,.. . ...
. At Cincinnati.
t , ..,.-::. H.B.
Cincinnati .. ....... .8 8 1
Chicago . , ' . 1
Batteries Mason and Scnlel; Fefelst,
Fraaer and King. . ... , . ,
R. H. JD.
Pittsburg . . .......8 9.8
St Louis . 4 8 8
Batteries Lynch, Phlllppl and Gib
son; Fromme and Marshall. Umpires
Johnston ana Carpenter. ,
Chicago . . ,...10
Philadelphia . . ........ 8
New York 3
Detroit.. . 8
Cleveland,. ........... 8
Boston . 8
Washington . 8
St. Louis . .. ............ 4
At Washington. -
.. , . ; R. H. B.
Washington . . .................4 11 1
Philadelphia . . ............... .1 8 1
Batteries Hughes, Warner, and
Blankenahlp; Waddeil, Vlckera and
Schreck. , ,.
' At 01Tland.
- " R. H.E.
Clevelandt'. ...4 8 8
St. Louis . 3 18 4
Batteries Rhoades and Clarke; How
ell and Stephens. . ; , i
. , R. H.E.
Detroit 3, 7:0
Chicago 4 11 1
Batteries Siever and Payne; Altrock
and McFarland. , ,,ri
' R. H.E.
New York ......,.,,,6 10 4
Boston . . 2 7 0
, Batteries Hogg, Clarkson and Klein
ow; Harris, Oberlln and Crlger. ..
' NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE '
Seattle 61000000 0 6 4 4
Spokane ...... .0 0000800 310 9 8
Batteries Chevalier. Rush and Stan
ley: Erickson and Altman. Umpire
R. H. E.
Butte . . ...n U, l
Vancouver l. 2 T 7
Battenes Garvin and Meyers: Lon
ganecker and Wilson. Umpire Mahaf-
Wt,.ea:K'v''V;'.-- ' ' .'
. .Woodlawn Willing. '
' Rnortlns: Editor of The Journal Any
taam desiring: KUtmo xor jmbt s miiy
caU up Woodlawn 808 and ask for H.
Becker between e ana i .tv p. m
if you suffer from rheumatism or pains.
for Baliara a dhow mumu. wui mini
quick relief. It la a sure cure for
sprains, rheumatism, contracted muscles
and all pains-and within the reach of
alt Price 860. 600; ti.00.a P Smith,
Tenaha. : Texas, .writes: . -aa.vp usea
Ballard' Snow Liniment In my famUy
for years and have found it a fine rem
edy for all pains and ache. I recom
mend it for pain la tht hest." Sold
bX aU fl-Tr1"' ' 'V
. BEAVER HAT
Superior 4to all others.
The correct fityle. ,
here for every face. .
Why. pay more when
, Buys the Best J
Sold exclusively by
Men's and Boys Outfitters. ,
. 166 and 168 Third St.
RACING SUMMARIES AT
OAKLAND AND LEXINGTON
(Jonraal Spteltl Berrlee.)
Lexlngton,.Ky,,May 8 Reault Of
v.l eiirln.ua Malmal-
' rUUI N1U VMW rj- -
eon won, Pan top second, Waldorf Belle
third; me. o:b r . ...
oi UarA Rhnt (!&. Mur-
morean second, Alta McDonald v third;
......... t ., ...... .
Four and one half furlongs Honost
won. Ada P. Walkersecond. Olandot
third; time. 0:66
Six furlong aoT wra, wo"i
second, American Bell third; time,
8:18 4-8. .
One mile Lady Savoy won, Jonn I
Ingll second, Harbard third; time,
On mil and one-ieenin anew
in Maid won, Louis McFarland o
ond. Gauss VhVd; time, 1:49 48.
' : '.Z At Pakland. ' ti: .
San ranclsco, May 8. Result ft
races at Oakland. '
n. . ,...i..Mn,alM Wa wan.
Heather Scot second. Kismet Jr, third;
timer i:ui -o. "'''
School Bell eeond, BuUtl B, third;
une miio ana
m w n. Gate second, Fr4 Lent
third; "tim, 1:47. ' - ,
JU9 n uu wwv
Cap won, Fury second. Bird Of Passage
third; time, 1:46.
Futurity course Paddy Lynch won.
Pal second, B. M. Brattaln third; Mm.
Seven and on half furlong Hugh
MacGowan won, Roroain second, Ma
mie Algol third; time, 1:83 2-5. t :
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
' Won. Lost. P.C.
Los Angeles JJ J i ;-J5j
Oakland . . .. '
San Francisco- .13 18 , .600
Portland ' 7 -281
Aeeordina to the San Francisco Bul
letin of Tuesday last th foUowtng
word are atttinnteo to naiw
Credle of the 'Portland ball teami
"Umplr Derrick gave u the worst of
It right atralght through, "and when I
got home I will aee inai . n
r . . tii nn't rrih na when I aet
him up "to ' PortlaWtf. W have om
hmtmI fans, and I will see that they
are armed with botUe. or .any old
thing, to hurl at Derrick. Before thl
season Is over I will get even with that
rotten umpire for wnat n aia o
Los Angeles ia weea. wiu
care of him. Ton ee If I don't
The statement, If true, I a most re
markable paper and. calculated to do
Immeasurable Injury to the national
- .ki. wait nther cities.
peaiiia .11 ii1'" . ..
Upon reading the alleged denunciation
of Umpire jjernca a secona um vim
... imnrMiinn that McCredle was
joking when he made the remarks, and.
Instead of tn amcio poin
upon the esteemed offiolal at nothing
m.s an announcement ' of Mo-
IllV.v ...m, f
Credie' determination to treat Derrick
properly and In style befittlnr his rank
when ne reacnes t-ortm. . -......
xinnrmJii aava. "Umoire Derrick
gave is th worst of IU but I will ee
that he Is taken care of In Portland."
Real charity always begin at home..
Rea-arding' the charge that the Port
land fan ar wicked, .v,-wybody ,!
t.i .i.v lrf,Aa : thla : to . b . UntrUS.
Portland has th most patient and do
cile Xans. In the world, and thi has
been aKested siiice the first of the ea
on ' whOn the report of the Coast
league games would arrive. There are
no bottles at Kecreaiion x-ar tor u
ti .r. tti hurl at Mr. Derrick. BO
l.au w . " " - - -
1 a' . m n, 1. n. wnna1.fr tA ftrATi tliat
IIIUI ID Oliuiuoi - m 7-
McCredle was misquoted. Of eours If
Mr. Derrick i a ancienv
implies a remedy in the person of th
fruit inspector may b Invoked for ap
parent reasons.-' -p.'
Here Is the severe criticism that the
Bulletin places upon McCredle al-
nrayTIeged remarks: . ' r
"And. this was in lata or on 01 ui
11. m.n , tiu Pacific Cnant Tearue
U If. ... vii ' v. . - -
who Is Supposed , to discourage rowdy
ismana nooaiumism, ana. rnuunim.
Why. the orst loafer that ever graced
a n.vp- aYnreeaaci santlmentS
mor vile. Then Derrick i-to to beat
en, and perhaps murdered, tr, Mccreaie
fail to win every game hi team take
what baseball has : coni"- to. McCredle
tear his Phamplonsntp organisairon 10
piece. eibirtMuts novices and expects
In .itefaats nlnhu ntHnnl.i1 of eznarlenced
anl oUver. plaier : . WoCredle'a talk
rv ' " I
That Has Not
The "demaiuf for Panama
Ahat the sudoIv will be
large aaaui uucui , . . .
mm&b ROOM. SSi!
will selLtomorrow, SATURDAY, Genuine Imported South American Panama'
xiais 01 superior oicacn
Sizes and Styles
. : of em"
They are guaranteed $5.00, $6.00 and even up to $7.00 values.' No; old, carried
over orBhopwonrHats," burabsolutelytthlr seasoftsnewest7tyles-and:produc-tions.
Not a Hat that has been in our store over two weeks, and we guarantee
Wrv Mat to he bsolutelv oerfect in weave and bleach iand to stand the rain,'and
we nave au sizs, so you u
ALSO ANOTHER SPECIAL in Men's Finest Equador and Panama Hats of
pure jiracca palnr stock, softand pliable, which, every stofe inA" CT'O
town and which we also $ell.at j$10.00,..on;salet: tomoirqw; ;V.';vvV. .w :U V
YOUR MONEY BACK
wa m-tempered. H wUl y see thl
when he read the line, and per
haps will regret that lie' let hi tongu
have uch freedom. . If th local fan
hadn't seen the Giant play they might
take om tock In hi eharg that Der
rick handed him th wortof It, de
spit the fact that thl umplr gaV
cellent aatlsf action at Recreation Park.
Th . locaf "cranks ean't figure where a
weak elub like Portland ha a ehanc
to capture a series from- Lo Angelea,
which ia a trong elub. Mo, McCredle,
If you had had the player yon would
have won the game. Ton might hav
lost a few close decisions, but the fact
that you ar a bad last can In no way
be traced lo the men who hand out the
decision. In the long run th, best
team win the pennants; not th poor
ones. v.'. Just for fear that McCredi
might "make a break when h arrive
home, . President Ewlng would do well
to talk It over with him and warn him
against starting anything he might be
orry for ler.y .
May doesn't' seera aur that It ha
r -WOMEN . PAY MORE
Why Insurance Companies Discrimi
nate Against the Gentle Sex."
r A' ' r-:': "A ':
' Medical examiner of insurance icom
panle ay that the reason ' a woman
pay mor for th privilege of Insur
ance than a man. la from the fact that
women mor readily fall victim to In
digeatjon and stomach troubles and the
ratal aumema mat spring irao uk..
'causes, 'y vV,'1 ' ''''- f.;';-' '. " "" '
Ali persons, they ay, who hav a
weakened digestive system ana suner
from sick headach dlssy spell, dis
tress after eating, specks before ' th
eye, bloating." nervousness, ! leepless
naaa .nil the manv other symptomr of
Indigestion, oon lower the tone of tha
whole system ana ar most auscepuote
to a fatal illness.
For curative power in all. stomach
troubles, nothing els is as safe yet
effective, nothing els can be thorough
ly relied upon to rellev all-i troubles
from Indigestion a Ml-o-na. It 1 un
like any remedy heretofore . known and
Is really one of the valuable dlsoov
aHaa in modern medical clenc. '
- It is not Ihe acute attack that in-.
fluene tha insurance examiners aione,
but the constant feelings of weakness,
headaches, Indigestion and atomach
troubles thes things, physicians, say,
kill more people than many more se
' W absolutely agree that your money
will be refunded should you buy a 60o
box of Ml-o-na atomach tablet and not
be satisfied with th result. Ml-o-na
Is sold by druggist everywhere, or
will be sent by mull on receipt of price.
80c. Booth' Mlona company Buffalo,
Vn'JvJU; h -r :,-rrA:V'::v ,
-Sale! ' Ateata Sals.
Yet Bought His Panama Hat
Pats continues to be extraordinary. Indications art
short. Therefore, it you want
ana hiumi w
nui uc uiMpuuitcu.
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We are Headquarters for Panama Hats
69-71 Third Strcot
Bet Onk and Pine
Carpet and Furniture "Trurt Pricet knocked down front their high
' ' V - pedestal to a
- - Fa- 7 f '
- ' ftwhwj ..1. s, . .aw '
F; $ V
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A, A AA, A
; Noi 130-CC. Buffet , A , I t
If J Quartered Oak, 4y2 feet' high. -
Top of base 22x44 inchest
Preach bevel mirror
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Trust Price, Thb
Out Price Is only
; . You Save on this
" And we are making a reasonable-profit at that --- """""
This price is not a special price with us but simply an example
of our regular flow prices on the hundreds of articles, we sell below
the Furniture "Trust Stores" prices; ' -
9x12 ROYAL WILTON RUGS, WO. .
' " JB.oth Carpet and Furniture ."Trust" Stores are selling exactly
(.the same at $48.00, which means when you buy it from us au-l,
' Another Saving to Yon of jast $8.00
A" Whatever your wants ;max ben Furniture, Stores, Rugs,' Lino- t
leum or House Furnishings, call and inspect our stock, in that
Green Front Building at , , , x y
-106' FIRST. ST.,' . b""and Iffi"010"
for This Season
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Bnftet . . . $37.30
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One Article $ 10.00
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