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THE p OREGON DAILY JOURNAL; PORTLAND, " FRIDAYEVENINO, MAY 81, 1107.
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I DOUBLE HEADER
VBoth Games at; Recreation
Tark Yesterday Are lost
V :-. w: .V pn Errors.' j ' - ' .;
tti-ri:... i;-r;f;vr... .
t EAGAN DEOrS EASY FLY
J AND LOSES FIRST G AME
I Second Xot to Portland by 'Moore's
.Wild Throw to Head Off ( Bite in
' "'m 1 V U . , t' 1
1 Of uaroe unw num. 1 . ; V
.. i' TJESTERDAY. RESULTS. .
Portland 1-0, Oakland -L -I ,
Km Francisco 1-1. Los Angeles 1-1-
. taadimg of She OhtH -
.", Won. Loot,
Loo Angele'... 1 1 ,
San Franclsc ; J J
Oakland . Jf J J
Oakland and 'Portland brok ven onJ
yesterday' double-header; ina locals
taking tho flrat gam by tho seors of
I l (, and tho vialtore capturing tho
second by the ecore of 1 to 0.
Both aot-toa were highly exciting. In
each eaao tho result being In doubt an
tU tho final out was made. Both game
wero loat on error. With tho score
tlad In tho eighth Inning, Eagen drop pod
an oaay fly and let In two runs, giving
the flrat gama to tho Bcaver. .-
" Tho lone acoro"TnTho second" tsmteet
. waa mado In tho ninth. With two men
out Mooro throw wild In trying' to head
oft Bllaa at oacond and tho catcher ran
homo aa tho - ball Dounaeo; over uio inri
In the outfield. ' -
i no aniun bu m uara u y v. .
. and came near neing moooea oy m
' fans In tho flrat game. In tho fifth In
ning ho called a atrlka on Donahue when
the hall new a ooupio oi who.
Donahue- kicked atrenuously and waa
"ent to the clubhouse. v Schirapff fln
labed tho gamo at third. Tho aooroo In
detail follow: ' A-.
.;- r" PORTLAND.-
A ' .... AB. R. H. PO. A. B.
' Lovatt cf. . 4 1 1 I
. Shlnn.es. .... 1,1
r-ivv. lb. 4 1
Donahue, lb. ........ I
, McCredle, rf. ........ 4-
Banaey. it. ..........
, Carson, lb. .
(.aim. p. ...
..i.:...11,T 10 If 11 ,, 1
; . ,' AB. R. H. PO. A. IB.
Illl .... ... - . .
6 1 1 O
-t i l 1
k van naj irvti.
; i nn, aa. '
Bllaa. c .
t 1 t
, Malev.- 2h. . ... . .V.
Btgby, lb.-15-ii...iiiff I
: Deveroauz, lb, ...... 4
tReldy. p. ............ 4
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. ...is it i t
8 CORK BT INNlNQa .
Halrland ......1 1 4 0 0 9 0 1
Hit. . .........t 0411010 19
Portland ,.0 11001 .1
U1U . ..U....H 10 10 0 1 1
SUMMARY. ' '
Struck out By Callff, 1: by Reldy,'4.
Bases on balls Off Callff, ; off Reldy,
1. Three-base hit Bliss. - Sacrifice hits
Shlnn. Moore. Stolen bases Donahue,
Caser, Baasey, Van Haitren, Htitmuuer.
on errors Portland, 4; Oakland, 1. Left
on bases Portland, 4; Oakland, T. Tims
An exclusive make,
with the nobbiest styles
of any hat sold in Port
land. . : r
.Ten new lines just re
ceived $5, $7.50 $10.
lien's and Boys' Outfitters.
163 and 168 Third St.
. TdtaM . ...
r Wt( f -
Tbe Beaver Dat
th N ( ;VV' a 'i
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I , Tho Island city Hign genoot irtcm ream, wnico wiu bu-ito ior nuaun wtTm m.mw.,
HMMMMMnHMHM. . ' ' . I
of gamo-Ono hour and 1
'PORTLAND. i -
I AB. R. H. PO. A. B.
4 I IjT.I ,1
4 0 1 11
10 16 1 0
McCredle, rt 1 0
Basaey. If. ..2....... I 0
Moore, c. ............ 10
Caraon. lb. .......... 1
Qcoom, p. 1 0
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S? 11 1
OAKLAND. - y
AB. R. H. PO. A.
Van.Haltren, cf. ..
Heltmuller, rf. .'. .
Eagan, aa. ........
Bllaa. e. ...........
Haley, So. ......4.
Deveroauz, lb. . .
Uatoo, p.- .
Total 10 i 1 17 u
8CORB BT INNINGS. ,
.......O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Portland .0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.. Hit-. . 1 01 0 1 1,1 10
' '. scmmarY. .
Btruek out By Oroora, 1; by Catee, (.
Baaea on balla Off Oroont, (; off Catea.
1. Two-baae hit Caeey. Double play
Vjirnn to BlabTt Shlnn to Caey to
Caraon. t " Sacrifice hlta Smith. Blgby
Catea.' Stolen bo.eo DoveToau, Uov-
tU. Passed ball Bllaa Flrat taae on
error Oakland. l. ift on basei
Portland. 4: Oakland. 0. Tim of game
one hour end 0 minutes., - Umpli
Derrick. -. . '. ..
. AN AUTOMOBILE CLUB
lesaelsl Manetc to The JoonwU
.Medford. Or May 11. An automoblls
club was formed In this city yesterday
with Representative Perktna as presi
dent, W. I. Vawter, treasurer, and, a
membership of II. ' Medford ha above
to autoa In publlo and private service.
Eren Break at Frisco.
(Jsaraal -pmUI SerHes.) "
Sun Francisco, May II. Honors were
divided today, the local winning th
morning game and tho Southerners tak-
Ina- that of tho afternoon. Ban rran
elsco alt but captured' tho second, but
tho vialtors came up fast In .the 'last
three Inning. Score. . . -X
Mornln gamo .
' - W R.H. E.
Lo Angelea 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 01 1 1
San Fran... 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 I 1
Batteries Carno and ' Eager, Willi
rternoon rame - '' '
Loa Angeles. 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 11 T . 1
San - Pran...l 0 0 0 0 1 0 01 T 1
BOUeriee Bum and Eager; Quick
:; Korthwest htmgu. . -
Taooma I. Beattl 11.
, Tacotna 4, Beattl 1 .
Spokane, 7-T; Butto 0-1. ' T
'V Aberdeen 1-11, Vancouver 0-1. '
" American League. X.
? Cleveland 1-0, Detroit 0-. '
Boston l- Philadelphia' -4
' Chicago 1-0, St. Louis 1-1.
Washington l-. New Tork 1-1. '
National League. . w,
Philadelphia 1-1, New Tork 1-0.
Beaton 4-1, Brooklyn 0-4.
iChicao 0-7. Plttsbur 4-1.
i ClncInnaU 7-7. BL LouU -l.'
: - OF TRI-CIT Y LEAUUE
-st John." 11: Trunk. T. '
. Woodburn. I i Prakes. 1. '
d ; Maroon. 6: Oregon CUT, L. ,
Astoria. 7 North Paclft
i . Kelso. 7; Bralnard Cub, . . 4
DISASTER TO FRAKES
TEAM AT WOODBURN
tMeil ' Dtepatcb to Tbe JoareaLt
Woodburn. Or., May II. About 100
spectators witnessed la this city yester
day one of tho finest exhibitions of ball
playing, over seen on-the Woodburn dia
mond. A large number expected to eo
the. vaunted Frakea win, and went wild
when Woodbura sent them down to do
feat by a score of I to 1. .Enthusiastic
ran rrom Portland , ana neighboring
town declared tho Pacific Coast league
had not been shown such good all-round
work this season. Both pitcher were
In fine form, and neither allowed more
than two hit In any one Inning. Jim
Hunt registered tbe safe bit that made
the winning run. Before the gamo tho
betting was two to one In favor of the
Frakea, and a considerable amount of
money waa left in .Woodbura. Tbe
core:,,' . ...
R. H. E.
Prskeo ......t.000100 lioO-t 1 T I
Woodbura. ... .00 000 10 I I
Batteries Ftake-Myars and Antoine;
Woodburn. Coacaanoa and Huddleetoo.
PORTLAND EXPERT WtNS
HONORS IN GUN SHOOT
Abrahams, Loral Shooter, ' Share
First Money In Serer! Events
nt Tmcohm Traps.
- (RpeeUt Ditpstrh to Tbe J
. Tacoma,' May 11. The big shoot of
thi Western Washington Uun Club as
sentation closed her last evening. Rob
eU of 'Centralla won the. medal for
tho highest Individual average. H also
,won In th Dupont trophy event..! The
prise for the highest average for the
two days' shoot was taken by Dell Coo
per of Belllngham. In, the team shoot
of tho different gun aluba, Seattle,
represented by Steel, Oulst and Junker,
won, with 70 out of a posalbls IS. The
Taooma team, represented by Converse,
Dahl and Lipscomb, waa second, with
(1 bird. . Abrahams, a Portland man.
mado a higher average than any of th
other contestants, but ho was not al
lowed to compete In th medal events.
Tho aummarr follows:
Event No 1 Flrat, Quick, Cooper,
Abrahams. Wood; second, . Gilchrist,
Wray, Junker,. Oulst. ...-
Event No. 1 First, Jensen, Mack,
Van EatonjWaap, Abrahams, Converse;
seclad, Roberta, Q. W. MUler, Winter,
Oulst. - :
Event' No. I First,; Winter; second.
Lipscomb, Ellis. Van Eaton. Squires,
Dahl, Abrahams, - Converse, , Ingerbrigt-
-Event No. 4 FlrsC Dahl, Abrahams
second. Lipscomb, E. E.' Etthr, Harry
El 11 a, Qllchrlst, Jack Smith. Converse,
Event No. i First, !lpscomb. Quick;
second. Roberts, Lannlng, Dell Cooper.
Event No. First. Marah, Abrahams;
second. Roberts, Wmy, Cooper, Miller,
Law. Junker,' Lannlng, Oulst.'
Event No. 7 First, Jensen, J. Cooper;
second. Roberta, Wray, Law, .. Junker,
Event No. l-Flrat,JAbraham: aoc-
ond. Steel. Ed Toung.
Event No. . I First. Robert, Lan
nlngi- second. .E. E. Ellis, Mao, Van
Eaton, DahL ; . .. . ,, '...
CUBS CHEWED UP
5 ' BY KELSO TIGERS
INKelso, Waab, May 11. Th Klo
Tigers cleaned up tho Brainar cuds on
tho Kelso diamond yesterday ' with a
cor oK.7 to 0. 'Pitchers on both side
were hit freely, but Hull bad th bet
ter support. -t: A crowd of 40O rooter
encouraged th' home team. -This is
th third aucceaalve . victory for , th
Kelso Tigers,, who'hsve resolved to du
plicate their- record Of. lst year. '
Summery: -Hits KeUo, 11; Portland,
11.' Error Kelso, 1; Portland, 0;
track out By Hull, i: y OUrey,' 4.
Batterleo MUlor and Hull; Shoa and
Ohrey. , , .
I favor no special' paving contractor
or firm. L M. Davis, 11 on ballot, )v
- r. 11 ;
' Gaggenhetm in the Xlondyke. ..
' V (f-perisl Dw(at t Tbs Jnarasl.)
Vancouver, B. C May 11. An Ot
tawa dispatch ay that new regulation
for dredging In th Yukon provide for
a width of ISO feet. Th Guggenheim
have acquired numerous properties In
th vicinity of Dawson and will carry
on development work on an extensive
scale thl aom : ''- '-"
THE JJASK, 0HEALTH
A r. ys. , : -- V
Few People Are Really Well ajl
' Ther Look. Cause
ise and Remedy
Many people . in PortUnd, bothmen
and women, who believe themaevea to
bo In perfect health, are of terf . in th
greatest dinger. - .
Indigestion, which Is so common a
tsouble," 1s th principal atiuse of the
greater share ' of- thegeneral - poor
health..' It ha mlaleadlng. symptoms
that seem to have noteference to the
atomach, uch a . headache, sleepless
ness, specks before, the. eye, pain In
the back and aldetc. ; .
The auoces pt physician ! every
where with tb prescription .that is
new embodiedIn Ml-o-na stomach tab
let ha mad thl remedy in th last
few rars -the acknowledged specific
for tho treatment of stomach disease
Th secret of this success-lies In tho
fact that Ml-o-na Is'prepsred expressly
to strengthen tho digestive organ and
It use for a few day puta tbe.whole
digestive system la sucn snaps - mat
it ean care for all of the food that Is
oaten .without pain or dlatreae. ' .
mi -i- - k - a WIam stAmanh tablet
Hr pimffif " - -
efore each meal and on retlrlnfc . and
it will so trengti.ea th etomacn tnat
you can enjoy a hearty - meal without
the loaat rear oi giirwr. ur itruni.
Wo absolutely agree mat your money
will bo refunded should you ouy a o
cent box of Ml-o-na stomach tablet and
not be attafid with th results. Ml-o-na
la sold by druggists everywhere,
or will bo sent by mall en receipt of
price, t cents. , Boots s JUonav torn
pany, Buffalo, M. X. . j . .
Have Walkover in Tri-State
Meet McKinne' Equals
. - World's Mark.' v r
(Special Dtipatch to Tbe JoorasLI.
Seattle, Waah.. May II. For tho third
time thl season member of th Uni
versity of ; Oregon ' track team have
broken recorda In Intercolleglat com
petition. la' th trl-stte meet hero
yesterday, McKinney of Oregon. ' tied
tho world' Intercolleglat record for
the ' 1 (-pound shotput. sending the'
weight 4 feet. Zach arias raised hi
own Pacific northwest record for tb
10-pound hammer throw from 151 feet,
I Inches, to 111 feet, 1 inch. McKlnney's
former mark In tho shot waa 41 feet,
II 1-1 Inches.
Oregon: had a walkover, scoring more
than three and one half times aa many
point aa Idaho-ead more than two and
one half time aa many points aa waaa
lngton.-- Eugene took - 71 points, Wash
ington, 11. and. Idaho, 10. - Tb .sprint
and hurdle wero oaay for Oregon. Old
track men who saw today'e meet say
that th team-from the Beaver atat la
-the.' strongest over- turned ont in . tho
west and' the strongest turned but by
any - college thl year --In -tb United
State.-- v.- - . .
r. Th summsry. of events followsft.
100-yard dash Kelly, Oregon; Moore.
Oregon; Hall, Washington Time 10 1-4
SMnnfta v i .
i 20-yard dash Kelly. Oregon. Ober
teuffsr. Oregon; Hall, Washington. Tim
II seconds. v .
.440-yard daah Raid,- Oregon; -Will.
Washington; Edmunaon, Idaho. !' Time.
II 4-0 seconds.
. 180-yard run Edmonson, Idaho; Par.
ker, Washington; Matthews, Jdaho. -Time
Mile run Matthews, IdahorvVernon,
Washington; Wood, Oregon. Time. 4:40.
Mile relay Won by Washington. Time
1:17? Idaho aocond. Oregon had no n-J
tries in thl event.'. . ' -NJ
izo-yara - nurans moorss, jregon;
KuykendaJl, Oregon; Smith, Washing
ton. Tim 14 l-l seconds.
110-yard hurdle Moore.'. 'Oregon:
Huston, Oregon; Armstrong. Idaho. Tim
11 I- seconds. -
Pole-vault Holdman. Washington; 11
feet. I 1-1 inches; Moullen. Oregon, 10
feet, I Inches: Scholes, Washington, 10
feet.. ... . O r r
High junip Smith. Idaho. I feet I 1-1
lnchea; ' Holdman, Washington, 1 ' feetv
t i-i incnes-.euy, uregon, g reet,-
Inche. .- . y
Broad Jump Kelly, Oregon. II; feet,
1-4 lnchea; Kuykendall, Oregon. 11
feet, 1 1-1 Inches; Cooper, laaho, 10
feet 1 lnchea. . .. ... -g
Discus throw McKlnneyregon, 117
1-10 .feet; Blanta. Washlpgton, lit 0-10
feet; Smith, Idaho, ill eet j. y -
"Hammer throw ZjAarlss,' Oregon,
115 7-10 feet; Hurjf Oregon, 141 1-10;
Mr Kinney, OregonTtl 7-10 feet -
Shot-put McKinney, Oregon. 40 foet
nug, Oregon, ana zacnartas, - Oregon,
tied for second phice st 41 1-10 feet
Oliver 0.yCutto acted a referee and
Bruce C Jfhorta a starter. ' Th track
waa in wretched condition, but the day
wa fine, and th crowd large and en
thusiastic. - The Oregonlan ware loudly
eY" br h "r'0
WASHINGTON WINNER 'i
yv H A STTOATT, .Ql7T?Ti?fl
I y .
1 . fSperlsl DOiestdl The ynerssf.f
Whitman College, Walla Walla, Wash,
May. 11. In a -one-elded and unsatis
factory game j Washington State college
yesterday - defeated Whitman college in
tho deciding bftseball gamo of tho se
ries of throe played between tho two
Institution. - Halm pitched fine ball
for Washington, allowing but four hits.
While Rlgeby wa hammered by the
farmers for IB, three of them- being
three-bagger and Ave two-baggera,
'" 8core' by Innings: . ' -
Whitman . .... .10000100 01 4 4
Washington .-, .1111000 0 0 0 Jl ' I
JOE BILLITER WILL ? v
ceial rxepatch a Tbe Vounal)
Vancouver, B. C, May 11. Joe Bllll-
ter ,of Toledo, Ohio, tho. 110-pound
wrestling champion of tho world, will
bo matched to meet Tremblay of 'Mon
treal for tbe lightweight ohampibnshlp
of tho world. Bllliter I now In Cali
fornia and th articles of agreement
have boon forwarded to him. The match
w'ill.tago place In Vancouver nest fall.
Many 111 come from - imtnire 4lvwL
Can't have pure blood with faulty dls-
gestlon, laiy liver and sluggish - bow.
la Burdock Blood Bitters strength
ens .tnnilrh. Iwiwala mwA llw. a ...L
, fits tb blood. .
AT STATE UEET
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Four Portland Schools Send
Teams to All-Oregon High
" School Fieldi)ay.
THIRTEEN SCHOOLS TO
RUN ON COLLEGE TRACK
May. ' Ola, V Taylor, Latourette,
Hawkins and Other Local Inter
scholastic Star "Will Compete la
First Meet of IU Kind in Bute. -
. Interest la interscholastlo athletlo cir
cle la centered thl week on. th first
annual all-Oregon high school track and
field day, which will be held tomorrow
afternoon ' on' 'th 'track and ' field at
Corvallt. V Th tl ' leading preparatory,
schools of th atat will send team and
more than 10 of th beat high school
atbletea -m-tbostat will be in competi
The meet will comprise th 11 regular
vent and a relay race, - It will be
held under tho direction of tho student
body of tn Oregon agricultural college,
and IS trophlea will bo given a prises.
Th school winning, th highest number
of point will i get a handsome silver
cup, and there will bo a cup for . tho
high school taking second place. .
. For tho athleta winning tho highest
number of points there will be a gold
medals In. addition the winners of first
nlace will set a cold medal each, and
h winners-of aocond places Will get
a ilver modal each. . .
.. Portlaad Bead Athlete.
Four preparatory school of Portland
will bo represented at the meet- Tho
H1U Military academy ha sent four
crack men, Maya. Taylor. Hill and Daly.
Mays will probably win the' mil and
th half mil. In these runs he has no
equal In the preparatory schools' about
Portland, at least. - Taylor won th
high jump, the shotfut and tho discus
throw In last Saturday's Interscholastlo
meet and should capture anywhere
from 10 to 11 points tomorrow.
Tho Portland academy has sent Glass,
Stokos, Williams. Bell, Noma. Gam
mons, Balrd and Cornell. Olaat won ths
100-yard daah, th 110-yard dash and
th high Jump on Multnomah field laat.
Saturday, doing . th run In th faat
time of 10 l-l and 11 l-l. Balrd won
th half-mil run last Saturday, May
being disqualified on. account of being
coached by a comrade. , ; . , ..
West sad aurm Ken,
All th Portland athlete left for Cor-
vallla this morning. Th Portland High
4-echool sent- eight men, ' Meier, Dart
Brace, Latourette, Hawkins, Woodard,
B redding and McGulro. These are all
good man and nearly all of them should
capture on or more point. It wa by
general excellence that the West Side
High won tho Interscholastlo meet laat
Saturday and it I possible that tho
same team may carry off tho flrat prise
t Portland Hfgh school won th relay
race laat Saturday. - Her only other
flrat ware captured In . the hurdles,
Hawkins winning tho -110-rard event
Land Latourette capturing -the 110-yard
hurdles.' " t
Tho Boat ' Side High - school t sent
Pretuv Holden, Fisher and Staunard. '
MANY EXPECT TO TO
Island City, Pendleton and. Others
-. : Confident of Annexing Cup. : - ;
fftMrt.l ntantct la Tbe JoaraaLl
Corvallls, May 11 The Island, City
track team, one of tho strongest nign
school track teams In tho Island Em
pire, has' oom to Corvallla. - determined
to win ".lie big lnterscbolaatlo meet
All arrangement are ,tow completed
for th bis event and It success I a
sured." Fourteen gold and llyallvor
medal, hinannmely engraved, to bo
awarded to winner of flrat afid second
place, while two beauOfuJ silver cups
are now on display he4, on to go
to? th winner of therelay racoand
th other to the winning team In th
-big mt .-4 v ' "
Waltera, th Island Clly sprinter, I
claimed the Vtrongest junior athlete
in the stats, bavlnr in tho eastern Ore
gon meet won first place in th 100,
110 and 40 yard dashes. ,
Thirteen high schools and academies
will hav teama at tho Corvallls meet,
a follow: Pendleton, Island City, Baker-'
City, - Union, La Grand. Astoria,
Portland high school. East Side high
school, H1U Military-academy, Port
land academy, - Eugeo, Salentu. Ro
burg. ,. - ' - ;'..:
- - Ohaaoe of PesaleOoa. ,. . -'
Tho Pendleton lilgh school la another
of tho competitors which ha sent what
it believes will be a .winning team. -
In Jay, .the Pendleton team has one
of tho best -high school athletes la tho
northwest His record la: Polo vault
1 feet lnchea; high Jump, I feet 1
Inches; broad Jump, 11 feet; discus, 100
feet 1 inches; high hurdles, 17H sec
ond. Ho 1 th star of th . tri-state
lntarscholastle track moot Aeld at Whit
man, Washington, and the best all
around man 1 In oaatern Oregon. -'
In A. Mean, . manager, I a weight
man who puts tho shot 40 feet He
will undoubtedly take first plac in
thl event -
Great Interest haa- been awakened
throughout the state In tbe big meet
I that occurs here Saturday, and every
preparation I now oomplete for enter
taining tbe guest..,
, . some Other Bntrlee. -
Th Baker City High school,' while It
ha gent only two men,' expect to win
It points. Robert' Kellogg' has dons
111 'feet In-tb hammer throw, 41 feet
I inche in th ahot put 101 feet In
the discus and 6 feet 0 inches In the
high Jump. George J. Jett ha don the
120 hurdle In 11 l-l seconds, th 120
hurdle tn 1 seconds, ha thrown th
discus 17 foot I Inche, ha put th shot
I feet done ll feetrl Inches In the
broad Jump and 0 feet In the polo vault
, Tho team from - tha Eugene - High
school Is mad up a follow: Kestly,
100 and l-yard dashes and shot-put;
Elmaksr, 220 daah; Robert Kuykendall,
120 hurdle and broad jump; Bean, 440
run; Knox, high jump, and Sweek In
tho weight . -
Th Astoria High school team con
sists of Sidney Sovey, Edwin Short
Stanley1' Toung and Percy Tagg.
j .- .ii i
L. it. Davis, II on ballot I no fay
natlo, but will give all a square deal.-
Death Sentence on Aged Celestial.
TSnerlat DtepBtefe t Tbe Josrsel.) '
Vancouver. B. C May II. Sam Lock.
a Chinaman, who for 10 year waa em
ployed in tho household of J. B, Hob
son, general manager of ' th Cariboo
Hydraulic Mining company in tha Carl-
boo, ha been aentsnced at Clinton to
be hanged oa August 1, for tho murder
of a countryman, The murderer la II
year of age. , -: .-.. i i..
9 A. M.TO 12 M.
' Kefulsr 40c : (C? ' "' ' Regular 40c
18 Inches liigh and can be
. . . ' J ...," . 4 .j. ' i .Sv '
- up to 33
Grandfather's Cure for
: ' 'Constipation
REAT medicine, th SawbuckV
. . Two hours a day sawlnf
wood wll ksep anyone's
No need of pUUv Cathartic. Castor
OH, nor "Physlo.n tl you'B only work
tho Sswbuck rerukrly. -
. .)'; -y
: grclse la Nstuie's Cur for Conett-
pstlon and, Tn-Mll walk will do. If
you haven't tot a wood-pile. ; 1 r
But U you. will take your Exercise In;
; an Easy Chair, ther s only on wsy to
do that, becau, there's only on kind
of Artificial Eierds for th Bowel and
Its asms Is "CAS CARETS.
. Casoarsts are ths only means
els the Bowel Muscles without
They don't Purrs, Grips, n
your Stomach," becsus they don't act
like VPhyslcs." :
. .They don't flush out your Bowels and
lnteatinea with a eoaflv wast Of DtreaVJ
hr Juice, Pas Saitn, Castor 011yCalomel,
Jalap, or Aperient Waters always do.
" No Cjtaret siren gthen and stlmv'
late tt Bowel Muscles, thai lln tha
FofpasMres and that tighten up when
ocrtouches them, thus drtvinf ths food
tO ItS flfllshy' U 1. y ..-f
. A Csacgret acts on your Bowel Mus
cles artf yon had Just sawed a cord of
wood, or walked ten miles. " .' v.
1 Cascarets move the Food Naturally, s
dtrestlnc It without waste of tomorrow's
Castrlo Julos. '. . '::" " .
a . .- , .....
Th thin, flat, Tan-Cent Bog Is mad
to fit your- Vest pocket or "My Lady's"
Purse. Drurjlst 10 Cents a Box.
1 Carry It constantly with you and take
a Cascsret whenever you suspect you
need one. '',"''; - - - . .-
B rory careful to rt (he renulns
maaeoniy oy in dtwrunf Kmeqy wm-.
pany, and never sold In bulk. ' Every
tablet stamped "CCC" . : aril
Muscular Insuffldenclea, which; are
usually Ignore by' most optometrists,
are especlany and carefully eonalderod
irvM-j,. ' ,.'...- v-'" .
Our system of optical muscular treat
ment Insure your perfect' comfort ' It
doe not follow, necessarily, that, you
will -have to wear elassee. f.
It wlllrequlre but a -very few minutes
of your time to call and talk the mattor
evr with us. .''..' .
': ' " r-'f: i. '(' " ''
Munsell Optical Co.
' La Boss laaasoU, Befraotioal, J t
Kaeloay Bulldlag. ' '' Portlaad, Oregon.
J- Ii ' - :. i,
(gpertil tHeeetrb te Tbe lennMt.1 '
. The Dalles, Or., May II. The largest
crowd that ever witnessed a gams of
baseball visited Athletic park yester
day fternoon to, witness -the gamo be
tween tho Chemawaa and -the Columbia.
From th flrat innlng-th most Intense
excitement prevailed and the Columblss
were cheered to tb echo r when they
scored a point The Chemawa did not
play with their usual activity and sci
ence, and from th beginning It was
evident the were outmatched. Their
nlna Included some new . member,
which had a bad, effect upon th play
ing. Th Columbia were ' In ' good
training and' played ball aa they never
did ' before. At th ninth Inning th
score stood 11 to 1 Jtn favor of th Co
lumbia. - , . ;
Th Columbia lineup was: ' Captain
and catcher, MoCoy; pitcher, Talllferro;
first base, Moloney; second base; Mo
Inerny; third base, John Pickett; short
stop, Van Lnnntngham: left field, Ed
Smith; eenter field, Grady; right. field,
Pickett' umpire. Bob Murray; Score
keeper, C N. Burgett V
U M. Dsvls, Tl-DB ballot' wa Jobbed
In th primaries. Shams on soraibodyr
adjusted to any window
' "'. . ,
inches wide .'. ' ' - : '-s '
$4 to $11 '
. ' .v-' '.":-'AA;'
That is. It's great la its line in
the tailoring line. Ita a merry
. tone that youH hear in the Co
lumbia shop no harsh note,
' no discords. Everything- har
monises. Each one of th large
Columbia staff of tailoring art
ists ia' an- expert-helfjlaya his
part with . exceptional skill
does bis work In a manner that
leaves no opportunity for criti
cism, : A-'. -'i:- "'
We'd like to playepme of
thia music for yont , v"
. . Iet na direct our splendid ag
gregation of ' talent for ; your
particular benefit let us make
yonr next suit something a lit
tle out of the ordinary runa
little mora style a little better :
quality work than most other
tailors "turn out the best fit.
you ever had, and in the bar
gain, let na . aav you soma
' YonH coma to Columbia tail
oring sooner or later better be
gin NOW It means permanent
Grant Pbogley, Managsr, :
ELKS BD04 7TH and BTAEK
PORTLAND. OREOOH. ',
' EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY
HEADQUARTERS FOR TOORISTa
AND COMMERCIAL ,
Everything to eat and drink, aad
It oosto no more la the --
Portland Hotel Katbsksnof
than elsewhere la tho city. Every
weekday night from 0:10 to 11 .
.Bt O. SOWIU. ataaare. -
Charged TV' 1th Ghoullshness. : . '.
(Special DUpatck te Tbe learnal.t
Aberdeen, Wah, May lVr-Shrtff
Anstl his rsturned from Chenolse with 1
two brothers namel Dahl, clamdtggers,
who gave themaelve up on a charge of '
desecrating -Indian grave They were
felnased on ball and .will have their
x uesuay. .