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i THE i OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 1C07.
; OF THE DIHID
Castro. Fonner Member of
Portland Coast 'toffuers,
A Is a Great Joker.
HE IS JTOW'PLAYING .
WITH ATLANTA TEAM
Created an Uproar by Announcing to
the Grandstand That AO Game
Wqnld Be Plajred SUbbed Um-I
plre With Wooden Dagger. ;
' The day of the comedian on the base
ball field Is passing. Perhaps It la
the Introduction of commercialism Into
' the greatest sport on earth that haa
done this, but whatever the ease. It la
to be regretted. The funny man on a
ball club doea much to make long- jumps
between cities pas off pleasantly and
his presence on the field of battle adds
seat to the game.' There are no Arlie
Lathams In the game nowadays, more's
: the pity, ... - - :
Count Louis Castro, of the Atlanta
team, who was with Portland three
years ago, belongs to the class that Is
fm disappearing. His humor Is nat
ural and flows with a freedom that Is
at all times cheering,
. Just before the Atlanta club left for
its last road trip, Castro walked one
afternoon In front of the bleachers and
after critically Inspecting the big crowd
that was seated In the biasing sun, said:
"You fellow will have to dress up a
' little better after we get our new park.
Tou'Il have to wear your Sunday clothes
' over. there.? . '', v'.-'
y : '. .Called Off Game.
But the crowning feature Of bis hu
mor was played, on a btg gathering st
St. Paul. He was with Kanaas City and
the two clubs were scheduled - for a
double-header. The day was excessively
hot and after the: first contest all of
the players and Umpire Haskell went
under the grandstand to cool off a bit
, "Gee, but X feel bad," sad the umpire.
"111 call It off," said Castro. Then he
darted out and in front of the atanda.
' "Ladles and gentlemen," aald the
count, '-"owing to the sudden illness df
' TJmplre Haskell, it has been decided to
caU off the second game of the after
noon. Now we are fully a wars that
there will be some people among you
not- satisfied. -. . ,. '-.';."
Realising this we have decided to fighter of real merit
not pleased, between the two , teams, j wrapper is Shown In the picture.
from the park to the hotel. The foot
. race will be run in 'buses. .New please
quietly file out Of the. grounds. -;.'
' Manager 1 Traatlo.
An uproar followed and the people
went to the ticket office and demanded
the return- of their money. , .-A .
... The manager of . the St. ' Paul , club
went to Investigate and was almost
pulled off his feet by some of the an
gry fans, He tried to explain. He told
them that the second game was going
to be played and begged that they come
back. -i - i-v?;.- '.." ,
j , "That fellow Castro is crasy," he
said. ' "Don't pay any attention to him."
"No, I ain't crasy," yelled back . the
count, '"and there ain't going to be an'
you." v' . . ' .-.
It looked 'as though there was going
to be trouble sure enough when the
manager of the Kansas City club ap
peared and pulled the count away.
" Stabbed the Umpire. ,
On that same trip Castro pretended to
Stab an umpire who had the reputation
or being a man-eater. . His name
Men Who Won Laurels at
Athens Will Be Seen at '
( Jours 1 pacta! Service.)
New Tork, June 4 Private advices
have reached New York to the effect
that the team ef Swedish- athletes which
went to the Olympic games at Athens a
year ago, and made such a remarkable
showing, will in all probability visit
America this summer and compete in
the big championship events at. the
Jamestown exposition. Coming to the
games rank outsiders, the . plucky men
of the north entered every event, and
to the surprise of every one but them
selves rolled up a total of 18 points, be
ing excelled only by America and Great
Britain. ' , . .
, Llndberg, the Swedish sprinter. Is a
"ten-two" man.. . K. Hellestrom, In the
distances, has run the half In 1:57, and
only a few days ago won a scratch mile
in :Z1. Svanberg and Dahl finished
second and third, respectively, tn the
five-mile. Svanberg finished second in
the great Marathon race as well. Hell
estrom was third In the 1600-metre
Another Swede of unquestioned ability
is Boaerstrom, in the, pole vault He
did around 11 feet I inches in the big
games and just beat out Glover, of
America, for place. Lemming, too, Is a
good one. He won- the Javelin throw, and
was tnira in tne shot put. The Swedes
took all three places la the former
event, with Lemming, Lindberg, and
Sweden's greatest triumph, however,
was In the pentathlum, or all around
championship, la which Mellander, their
great broad Jumper, finished first, with
FINALS III PREP '
First of Three Games for the
Championship Will Be
The schedule for the final series of
Interscholastio baseball games was de
cided upon last night by the board of
athletic directors from the academic
schools of the city. . .-
The three schools which will com
pete for the city championship are Co
lumbia university, Portland ' academy
and .Portland High school. The high
school team has gone through the sea
son so far undefeated, and,, with five
victories to its credit; Portland academy
has lost but one game and that one to
the high school. Columbia university
has lost two games and won three.-
The most hotly contested match was
played between the P. A. and P. IL S.
teams. The aame was most exciting
throughout and from this it looks as
though the championship lies between
The first game of the final aeries will
be played tomorrow. Columbia and
Portland academy will conteat for hon
ors on Multnomah field. P. A. won
from Columbia In the opening series
by a score of 10 to 4. P. A.. and high
school will play the second game of
the final series on Saturday, June I, and
the last game will be played between
high and Columbia on either June 11 or
The team which wins both of Its
games of the final series will be given
the intercholastlo championship of this
Portland academy won the city cham
plonshlp last year and Portland High
school the year before.
Pacific Northwest PartyEn
joys Life at National Cap
ital Wmle on Journey. "
PHIL BATES BLOSSOMS
OUT AS ADVANCE MAN
View From - Washington Monument
. Cannot Begin to Equal That From
Top of Old Apple Tree and Home
1 State Is Best of AIL
Johnny Summer's first fight . In
this country wlth Tommy ' Murphy
showed that , the English lad Is
The fast little
NOBTH CENTBAL BEATS
COUCH IN FINAL GAME
East Siders Win Championship of
the Grammar Schools at
' Portland Field.
North Central la ' champion of the
Portland grammar schools in baseball.
In the final game at the old Portland
field yesterday the. youthfull ball play-
That fellow is fooling r ot the aBt ld de'etli h Couoh
months the handsome silver trophy, the
prise contested for, will be on exhibi-.
tion at the North Central school build
ing. ' Then it will again be the bone
of contention among grammar school
ball, teams. -
- A large crowd of pupils witnessed
YACHTS IN LONG BACE
FOR THE LUTON CUP
(Journal Special BVrvice.)
New Tork, June 4.-A dosen great
seablrds will spread their white wings
In Gravesend Bay tomorrow morning
ana siari ror at. uavld s Head, Ber
muda. In an International yacht race
mat wiu take the little craft due east
as the gull files from Charleston, South
Carolina, and (II miles from Sandy
Hook.- The contest Is to be held undar
EASTERN LEAGUE NOTES
Undesirable cltlsens a tall-end ball
Overall and Eraser, the two ex -Cin
cinnati pitchers, are winning games for
Manager Tenny is trying out Pitcher
Boltos of Little Rock for the Boston
Mertes, O'Neil and Freeman, all
three ex-major leaguers, make a strong
outfield for Minneapolis.
In the Hudson River league the Pat-
(washinftosi Bareas of Toe 'Journal.)
Washington,' June . 4. Phil Bates'
party of young women from Oreabn de
parted en route to other eastern cities,
after several days -here,, during which
they were shown many ' courtesies by
wasningtonlans. Mr. Bates appears to
nave oioasomed out into a first-rste ad
vance agent, and was Informed br the
editor of one of the Washington papers
mat ne was about the best in that line
who had come to the national capital un
You ought to be ahead of a circus.
the newspaper man said. - .
It la true that he has succeeded be
yond the expectation of his friends, and
no happier company of tourists ever left
mis city than the one la charge of the
Portland magatlne owner, chaperoned by
Mrs. C. E. Redfleld of Heppner. .
The Washington Herald printed the
following good-natured acoount of one
of their days here
In Oregon, where trees grom a mile
high; where they raise pumpkins and
then cut out the pulp and live in them;
where men play billiards with green
peas and wheat stalks, and where every
one is afraid to die lest the happy hunt
ing grounds v should prove a very in
ferlor sort of a place Indeed, II happy
homes are sighing for the return of It
dancing-eyed damsels who waved fare
well to Washington from the deck Of
the Jamestown steamer last evening.
after two Joyous days In the only gen
uine national capital. '"
With equal certainty. It may be pre
sumed that the hearts of many of
Washington's most sophisticated public
building guardians, guides, policemen
and other brass-buttoned gentry are
yearning for Phillip 8. Bates' all-atar
aggregation to play a- return ' engage
Xardy Tariety of Peaches.
Never has a more enthusiastle and
withal, merrier a cluster of fair tourists
had a quick-lunch view Of the library,
given the president the sign manuel of
the 'glad hand, or " taken a squealing
chance on the Washington monument
elevator than this same crate of Oregon
My Experience JK
TWENTT-FIVB years of euc
cessful, practice , In; Men's
Diseases enable me to apply
the proper methods and medi
cine Z treat Varicocele, Hy
drocele! : Contracted Dlsordets,
Specif to Blood- Poison, , Piles
and Stricture restoring all af
fected ; organ! to normal and
healthy , action in the shortest
possible space of time. '
" In 'such -peases
as come to mi be
fore . complications ;
develop.' ,'.' .
: : Disorders
. t, i' . -..
Every - case ot eon
tracted disorder I
: . treat Is thoroughly'
cured, 1 My." patients
V have v'no ' relapsea
, When I pronounce a
- case cured there Is
not a particle of In
; . fectlon -or . lnflamma-
tion remaining, and
there , la not the
slightest danger that
" the disease, will re-,
turn. No contracted
disorder Is so trivial
as to warrant uncer
taln methods of
treatment, and I es
pecially sdllcit ' those
cases that other doc
tors have been un
..able to cure, .
' I - use neither . knife, .
ligatures nor - caustlo
in my treatment ' for
Varicocele, , I . post-
tlvely cure this dis- -
order In One week by
an absolutely painless
'method and without
..detaining the patient
of this dls- I '
permanent , , """ti
g. No ton- Lf
Irs ' that stimulate
temporarily, but thor
ought y scientific
treatment .for the re
moval of conditions
responsible for the
ment. "Weakness" . is
merely a symptom of
Inflammation or con
gestion in the pros
tate . gland, and un
der my own original
local treatment this
gland Is promptly re- ."T '
Zl itu'J?!Zlil Consultation and
syi.ea.aw ea vuiiiiuie
ry sT j(r x sW J . a.
the Leading SpeolaUst
the lasting result . '
; ; Stricture
My method of curing
stricture Is new and
entirely original. No.,
cutting or dilating '
The stricture is dis
solved and entirely '
removed and -all af
fected membrsnes are
Come and have a pri
vate talk with me con
cerning your ailment
Even if you are not
prepared to undergo
treatment at ibis time,
I can always give help
ful suggestions te men
who Are '; diseased or '
weak. If you cannot
come to Portland write
for particulars ef my
system of home treat
ment, ' . ; ; '
Horjrt 9 A. M. to 9 P. MV Sundays 1 OA. M. to 1 P. M. Only
334 Morrison Street, Cor. Second, Portland, Oregon
the Joint auspices of the Brooklyn, New ron team Is dubbed the "Anarchyville IJ kZ ,l uLLnZfZ
Rorh.im ...h x I h,,mn,rn.r. " v peaches brought hither by the energetic
- - w.uiuua iMJili I
clubs, and the Motor Boat club of I Savannah, Georgia, has a player
America, and is a repetition of the race I named Patience. It la said he Is a
held last year for a cup offered by Slr-lt001 "waiter" at the plate,
Thomas Llpton. Six schooners, four
sloops and two yawls are named to
compete. The, winner of the race wUl
receive' a handsome tronhv vaiui
$1,000. - .
CANBY TEAM DEFEATS
STETTLER WHITE SOX
(Special Dlspttck to The Journal.)
canoy, Or., June 4. The Stettler
wane box or Portland were defeated
by the Canby team on Canby diamond
toaay py a score or ito 1.
Struck out By Melll, 6; by Baty, 11.
Hits Off Melll, 7: off Baty, 2. The
lineup was as rouows:
With Joss snd Llebhardt ' pitching
swell ball this season Cleveland Is sure
of a place near the top. '
It is doubtful whether the club own
ers will be able to make up the finan
cial loss caused by inclement weather.
In the National-, league a good safe
bet is New Tork and Chicago one, two,
and the others nowhere. .
Manager Griffith of the New Tork
Americans is scouring the country for
pitchers as AI Orth Is the only reliable
box artist with the Highlanders.
Canby. . g
C. Baty ...s..;...p... .,'
k. Baty ....... ,.c.
R. Knight ....... .ss
W. Baity ........lb
A. Knight tb
Krieger ; rf .
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SCORE BT INNINGS.
Tacolt Defeats Amboy.
(Special DUpatcb to The Journal.)
Tacolt Wash., June 4. A hotly con
tested game was played between Ta
colt and Amboy on the Amboy diamond.
Yacolt winning by a close score of
to 6. The score was even up to the
McDonald fie!nth. J"nl"fi. wh"
score by in-
the arame. There was nlentv of nolae
was I and enthusiasm. The contest waa verv I Stettler
Gifford and he had been umpiring with-1 close until the seventh inning, when I Canby
out a chest protector and had come near I the North Central players secured a lead
Jeln killed several times. Ithat their opponents were unable to I OT? EG-OX'S TAfiT "RATT,
, FiniLllv. the Dreaidont of the lea-u overtoma , I VAiUtTVXt O UAOl 13A.HU
oraerea mm xo gee a protector or quit, i . tub score: - , ;
He got one that the players all aaldl NORTH CENTRAL.
three more runs. The
nlngs was as follows; ' -
Amboy ...... 0 011100000 t 6
niZirl Tacolt 0011100000 J
T,ak,nn I uancnt f or xacoii, oappingion
LaReauan1 Gay: 'or An,boy, Worthington and
he liad made hlmseir. It v was a btg
1 piece of heavy- canvas with a wooden
; slab at the top and bottom. When he
i went into the game Castro had stuck
v In the belt of his trousers a snarp
wooden pin he had picked up back of
' the grandstand. The first, ball pitched
to him as he stood at the plate was a
' strike and the umpire said so. '
"Whatr . yelled the : player: "you
" robber. I ' have stood your treatment
just as long as Intend to."
- As he said this the count pulled the
wooden pin from bis belt and made a
-r great .thrust at Qtf ford's chest pro
It stuck in the cloth, and Gifford,
thinking he had been mortally wounded,
; staggered, back for an Instant and the
fans knowing that Castro came from
" South America, thought they had. seen a
; dagger plunged Into the very heart Of
"'his umps. .. ' ,
,. Gifford, believing that his life's blood
was fast ebbing?-awayrstarted for the
Joker. Then It was not so funny. Cas-
r'isner, - ir.
Stoops, 2b. ,,
AH. R. H. PO. A. E.
4 18 0 1 II
Bride Registered as a Boy.
From the London Standard.
M. Lenoir and Mile. Deschamps were
WAJJ1JU US! Till!) BiSAISON Haye Malherbe, Normandy, when the
VlAltlKtt ICllUVlIliaBlOl Tf UU 49 ffAV HIV
2 . 0
.82 11 . 27, 10
Greer, If. . .
warren, ss. .........
tsepee, o.-i-. .,..;,., ,
C. Patterson, p. ..... .
oiaca&ii, so. , .
Levlnson, lb, . .
P., Patterson,' c.
AB. R, H. PO. A.
8 27 , S 10
Struck out By Turner. 12: bv Patter.
cases , on naus Turner, 1;
University of Oregon, Eugene, June 4
The University of Oregon baseball
team, which has been winning so many
games, piays next Saturday the O. A. C.
nine. The varsity won from the Farm
ers here, 9 to. 3, and believe they can
do so again on the home field of their
opponents. The game with Corvallls
will be the last of the season. - '. .
The Oregon team has had a very suc
cessful season,' the only games they
lost being during the trip through east
ern Washington. Altogether seven
games have been wen and five lost
Undoubtedly most of the games lost so
eariy couia oe won at me present time,
for the nine has Improved 100 per cent
especially in patting. .
BASEBALL AT COAST
LEAGUE PARK TODAY
The Portland and San Francisco
teams of the Paclflo tCoast league are
village clerk and registrar of births,
came to them, exclaiming: "The mar
rlage is Impossible!"
He explained that his predecessor had
mistakenly registered the birth of the
bride as that of a boy, and under the
registration Mile. Deschamps would be
come liable to serve as a soldier thli
year. The bride and bridegroom hurried
off to the mayor and magistrate and
implored them to authorise the mar
rlage, urging that the mistake In the
register was self-evident
The authorities turned a deaf ear to
their pleading, for Frenoh red tape is
not to be treated lightly, and It will take
time to repair the mistake.
Gnllty of Something.
From the London Mirror.
Sergeant Day was as regimental as
a buttonstick. " Shun!" he cried to his
squad. "Quick march! Left wheel! Halt!
Take Murphy's name ror talking in the
ranks." . ' ; -
'But he. wasn't, talking," protested
trn hAA tA run fnr Ma tifA tin. II TTml
1 oft Patterson, 8, Two-base hit Davis.
- : r. : .. ' y'yi sarrinr hit Tvtnnn - i k niink i . . - i . .-t.
: . . - . ... --- 'j 1..W..H i icn-auitni iu Li una ulu mil iiiRrnnon I n cnmnrai wim wks Buiiiuinir nnr.
riitifiir 8:80 -at the Kwenty-fourth street "Wasn't her . roared Sergeant
Haskell, who wa acting with Gifford,
grabbed him and explained that he was
not wounded at all. " It took iGlfford i
several aays to recover from the shock.
balls Levi, Fisher.
Roth 2, Patterson L Umpire Ringer.
INDIANS SHUT OUT
iSpeoiil Plspateb te The Joaraat.)
S Chemawa, Or, June 4. The Colum
bia hall team from . Th rtaila.
shut out by the Indian school team on ln W, u,"ual 'au"le "t?1-
noon. Four to . nothing was the score.
Both teams played fast ball, and both
pitchers were , well supported,: but the
strong Indian team, was too much for
the visitors, only five of whom reached
f irs't . and , no man crossed the second
plate. Poland pitched a splendid game,
only two hits being made off of him.
Teabo handled -th mitback Of the bat
grounds. "Bull" Perrine' will hold the Don't matter then. Cross it out, and
indicator and "Bobby" ' Groom will put him ln the guard room for decelv
probably pitch for Portland. ; 'ing me!" :
proprietor and publisher of the Paclflo
northwest ' . -
The consignment was originally la
beled "fresh from the farm, handle with
care," but any of the publlo men In blue
and brass who stacked up against this
combination will ' testify that the
peaches were of the hardy variety , and
didn't need taking care of.
With that breeslness of manner al
ways associated with , the west ' but
usually found in New Tork City, Mr.
Bates' -sturdy young charges, . headed
by their equally young chaperon, Mrs.
C E. Redfleld of Morrow county, ore'
gon, hit all the high places, threw
giggle at everything that could tease a
laugh out Of an hysteria patient
clipped a bunch of brass . buttons for
souvenirs, broke off hunks of the cap
ItoL library, and monument, flipped a
smile at remonstrating guards, and then
set sail for Jamestown. If Jamestown
hasn't been settled since 1607 they will
Testerday was their star day. In the
morning they poked around the Center
Market stalls trying to rind something
that looked as If It had grown or been
fed in. Oregon. Nothing ' looked like
"Oh, look at the cute little strawber
rles." exclaimed one of the fair far
meresses, pointing to an assortment of
the largest and best that poor benighted
effete easterners have to put up with in
'What foolish looking- asparagus,'
said ' another. "Why, you would have
to eat several stalks at one meal.
The market man said nothing, but
"The butter's spread too thick." -
When the creaking elevator brought
the Oregonians to the top of the mono
mant and they ecattered to the eight
windows to gaze upon the mighty pan'
orama below, it seemed that at last
they had' met with something to tame
their girlish exuberance. They gased
long and earnestly at the vast spread of
landscape below them.
Fine view," said the guard encour
agtngiy. " - -
Yes, .very pretty," replied the ac
costed one. - "But you ought to see the
view from the top of our apple tree:
They carried the guard Into the little
ornce ana tenaeny prougni , mm pack
It Is the intention of the International
Photo-Engravers' union to establish - a I
fund to aid consumptive members. This!
ln keeping with the policy . outlined
the Pittsburg convention of the
American Federation of Labor, but thel
photo-engravers are the first to take I
active steps in the matter.-
OUR FEE IN MOST CASES
. Consultation Free
No Pay Unless Cured
To those men who suifer the
loss of power, destroying your
life, happiness and health,' caus
ing loss of sleep, ao TltaUty, pains
la year back, vertigo, duudaess, .
denote one thing and that you
must -consider amounts to nothing
. less than destroying your life.
Ton " oaat keep np very mnch
longer under that continual strain.
' ' Thnre is one way out of it Con.
suit a specialist who does nothing
alee but onres these diseases. We
will gladly oonsalt with you free
of charge and give you onr can
did and honest 'Opinion raEB and
cure you, charging you a very
low fee. Delays are dangerous,
so doal waste any time, bat call
i ones. .. . t
May, be either hereditary or con- -tracted.
The former causes ecsema,
rheumatic pains, scrofula, etc. The
la..i begins with a small pimple,
followed by sores in the mouth or
throat which have the appearance
of white patches, spots - of sores
on the body, face or scalp, falling
hair and eyebrows, and later on
other terrible symptoms, such -as
paralysis or locomotor ataxia,
cancerou s growths, decayed '
bones and flesh. We guarantee to -euro
yon absolutely so as to
never appear again. , , ;
Office Hours: a. m. to 6 s. m.:
Sunday. Write , if you cannot call.
If disoouraged because you have
failed with others, we ask you to
cell and see us. -
: VARICOSE. VEINS .
This is an enlarged condition of
the veins (usually more notice
able on the left side) caused by
mumps, bicycle riding and dissi
pation. In time It saps a man's
men -a and physical strength if
'.neglected.'.:. .. ... vt
We ' Cure This' by absorption,
without pain. . .:.
NO INCURABLE CASES
It la " fact, that we stand with
out a. superior ln SISBA8XS Or
SCEJaY and, therefore, when . you
get our. opinion, which we will
gladly give you FKEH, -you ob
tain information that is not to be
had elsewhere,--and which, if fol
lowed, will be the means of mak
ing you a strong and hearty man,
full of the rORCB of true man
hood, without which you cannot
react, the level that you should. .
We do not care who has treatd
you and failed to restore your lost
nerve strength, we can give it to
you in a short time and for a very
small outlay of money, which you
can Ty - us- as able In- small
amounts. . v
7 -to :) p, m.;' g la m only,
St. Louis HsSf Dispensary
COSZn SECOJTD AW1 TAKHXXZ. BTXXETS, POHTXAVD, OBEQOIT.
Employing lithographers' have de-l
cllned the overtures ' made by' the Na
tional Civic , Federation to arrange i a I pers of the American Federation of La- ferences wlth-the strlkina 'llthnmnh
meMlng with President Samuel Gom-bor. In referenoe to settling the dlf- ere. . mmsm -noTaph. ,
the Chemewa diamond yesterday after-
people who know how to take care
inemseives me majority no not.
liver in k irawi important organ In the
body. Herbine will keep It In condition.
V. C Slmpkins. Alba, - Texas, writes;
"V have used Herbine for Chills and
F-ver and, And it the best medicine I
ever uscu. t wouia not oe Without it
It is as good for children as it is for
f rown-up people, and I recommend it
t is fine for La Grippe. Sold by all
drufffrist. - ,
i la .the .wont sums
"Iet to enre WHEN
1 YOO KNOW WHAT
uu, Many hare
1 plmplea, (pots ea tb
cm, ear Id ttae
noatB, elcere. falling
hair, boo Mine, ea-
farm, and dnn' mm
it Is BLOOD POISON. Send to DR. BHOWN.
K1B Arch St.. I'bHnitolphta, fna for
HIIOWN f HUlOD CLHB, SHOO per betUe;
lita oo moath. Sold la Portlasd enlr far
Wo1wrt. Clark Co,
n n onn
crowd witnessed the defeat of the up
nver Doys. . , a - . .
MAKY HOUSES WILL
K ACE AT BUTTE MEET
(Special Diipateh to The yoaraaL) '
Butte, Mont, June 4. Word today
from Harry Stover, the California turf
man, is to the errect he has appointed
Dick Havey, a well-known track offi
cial of the Pacific coast, as presiding
Judge at the Butte race meeting, . which
opens July 4 for ; a - 40-days session.
Billy Murray of Oakland haa hen
named as starter, and Will Bay of San I
Francisco. wUl act as clerk of the I
scales, William Gemmell, local agent
lor-eiover, was notmea tnat rive cars
or itorses from Oakland left San Fran
Cisco today for Butte.
Chicago , Pittsburg, S,
: , Philadelphia 4-2. Boston a-0.
- St. Louis 1-1. Cincinnati 0-5:
Chicago S. Cleveland L " ' "
Washington J-4, Philadelphia 1-t, '
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