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u " THE OREGONDAILY- JOURNAL, PORTLAND; SATURDAY ' EVENING JUNE 8, 1S07 ;7 V ; :v;. ,.
PORTLAND ACADEMY BASEBALL TEAM SCHEDULED TO PLAY P; Ik & TODAY
RlliG RECORD OF
, - ....
III HILL RACES
7ohn :B. Kelly, Leaps - From
-Car at Hairpin Curve and
. Falls-Badly Injured.
f NEW THOMAS
- MAKES FASTEST TDIE
Coyer . Steep ' Course of One and
Three Quarter Mile la Two Mln.
otes and Forty-Seven Seconds, but
i1 Nearly Crowded Into Death Trap
II R, D. Inmans 70-horsepower Thomas
fl runabout, one of, the, first batch1 of a
t I t :. Dew model very recently turned out of
ne , j nomas rectory, made the fastest
time over the hill climbing course yes
terday. ;i The car was driven by W. p.
Wallace and the uphill run of nearly
two miles was made In the very speedy
time of I minutes and 47 seconds,
v The second best showing; was mide
by two Tourist cars driven by Clifford
McKeague. The race course was ex
tremely aangarous, there were several
narrow escapes snd one man was nearly
II Kiueq. ,. John B. Kelly, the local agent
1 4 ,or 1,10 White steamers, leaned from his
I Jt&& ar as It skidded on two wheels around
mime unorung monster on up ma
hlll.whlTevKHly landed against a clay
von ana in oaca.inio me roaa un
cnnsoloua with a badly cut face and
'Several btoken , ribs. He was revived
' and sent home. ... -
From the schoolhouse to the lurch,
one and three quarter miles M the
steep Pattern road beyond Council Crest
ra arouna tno famous Hairpin curve,
was the course chosen. Thirty mi
chine were entered, aeveral broke down
t and thu fact that but one man was se
verely Injured, is a miracle considering
-me .umoBi toiai laca or erncient roan
agenicrt throughout the event,
Wallace the winner. In a ?0-hore-
, power 1 nomas,, rounded the dangerous
Hairpin curve in superb style at SO
mi an nour, oniy 10 oe nearly crowded
off the bluff Into a death 'trairof a ra
vine by an old rattletrap of a machine
coming downahe course. This after
waimce had staked his llf oa the sig
nal of a clear track. . , . , , .
t?y'.;.-:. Baaunary. of' Seoes.".
Runabouts, tl.EOO and under Twenty
horrepower Tourist, driven bv Clifford
fcKeaguv first: time, I minutes IS. 2-1
secenda. Ford runabout, driven by Fred
A', Bennett, second; time I minutes SS
.wwjonds. Twenty-two-horsepower Bulck,
.driven by W. P. Wallace - third; time.
.. .minutes 88 1-f -. seconds. Mitchell
rurmhuuU-drlverv- by-Al Paaon. fourth;
time. 4 minutes 2 2-t seconds. Reo run
about, driven by Joe Perkins, last; time.
4 mluutea it seconds.
Class 2. open to all runabouts Seventy-horsepower
Thomas . mnfchout,
owned by R. Ir.-Inman, driven by W. P.
Wallace, first: time. 3 minute. 47 en-
'end. White- steamer runabout, driven
Reading Frotn Left -to JUgbt-H. ppo'kingilato,!'. Nichols Robinson, Hurlburt, Gray. Lower Row Ladd, Jones,
V' " A ': 7 '. : , Cooklngham.', McKenzle, Glass." Myers.'Maseot Colgate. ' l ;.' . f,-'-:.
. f , . ' ..... , 4 . . , .. , .. .,. . i L
SNEDIGAR -WILL: RUN v: H. ARTIEROSS
AGAINST DAN KELLY
California's Best Sprinter to Meet Oregon's Best in P. N;
; "A. Field Day at Seattle in Tyo WeelisOther Crack
. . t Athletes From State to South Will Compete
He Will Make His First Aj
pearance in Portland Uni-
, ionn ims Aiiernoon.
' V (Special odipatcb . to Tbe Jocnid. )
Beaitle, ..V.'aah.,' June 8. Four of the
star .athletes of "the Olympic r club .of
Ban" FrSriclaco 'will' be "sent' to repre
sent that association af the annual track
meet of the P.-N.A." to T held lit this
city On 'June 22. ' " ' '
WiU Inglts - received ; word ' last even
ing from' the south , that these men
would be sent, and he is also confident
that ' other- California athletes will . be
northwest- ';; tt-'V -;t4;l-i2t
Cheelc and Powell will renresent the
Olymplo club" In the hurdh, and the
latter. is slao expected to enter the, high
Jump. ''Flaw will be along : for ; the
weights, -and the north westerners -will
i.iiun. imiiiTj- learner runaoout. anven V"'w. r. i' "-'j y "i
by J. I. Perkins, second; time, 6 mlnutse 'r thlsi Wg fellow holds a string of
4$ second.. ., I records. Snedlgar will come If he can
Clusa a. touring rnra. 12,000 and under IS"1 way, ann no win oe a iormiaame
Twentv-four-homennwer Tnuriat rfrtn ! opponent for Dan, Kelly In the sprints.
by Xlff ford McKeagu first: time, . ' Should , nedlgar be , unable to , come,
tnlnutea I& Wnniii TniY.it.it,7i G lamer. a distance runner. will make
power Bruirk, driven by . W. . A. aill.
hlrd. time 1 minutea 4 seconds. Thlr-
ty-rive-norsepower Mitchell, driven b
A I Ho artn r.l. aim.. . a u(
r Seconds. TWentv-horsrnower Ren., drlvrn
f y.6 Perkins, fourth; time. 4 'minutes
i.t it seconaa. Twenty-noreepower-RCO,
i anven oy r rftna. ringer,-last; time.,
A minutes JS 2-6 seconds.- - - .f
Claaa 4, touring car a. IS, 000 and trhire
'f -Thirty - horsepower Pope Hartford.
onven oy 4. u. Wallace, zirsr, time,-1
y minutes 2 seconds. Blx-cyllnder Ford,
; driven by ; Fred A.' Bennett, second;
unit, a minaiei k seconas. l Biny
horsepower Cadillac, driven by H. M
.. Covey, third; time, 3 minutes SM-t sec-
r on da. ' .'. -;...
t Class I, touring cars, $3,000 and over
r-; Big Blx Stevens, - driven . by Floyd
. : iwiK, iirnt; time a rainuiee t scconas.
Ktxty-norsepower' Thomas Flyer, driven
by W. A. Gill, second; time, I minutes
4 2-8 seconds. Little SIX Stevens, driven
by Harry Lltt, unable to finish because
ot acciaent. - -
? SOME NEW IDEAS IN, '
; ; FIELD DAY 3IATTEBS
' Th A. A. U, is having'dlfflculty keep
. Ing pace with the progressiva ideas and
peculiar innovations of the athletic en
thusiasts. The A. A. U. advocates the
vae of a steel 'or wood pole for vault
ing. ,' The French and JapaneaeV athletes
who threaten to beat Uncle Sam's boys
at this-game use bamboo' poles A .'-,
Joe- Flnnernan, the Naval aaademy
, coach, claims that he can fashion a bam
boo Pols' capable of adding' a foot to an
athlete's vault. ... ' -. . -1.
The A. A. U. does not permit the use
.of bamboo and - restricted the men to
- wood or steel. English athletes adhere
to. -the antlauated stiff-handled ham-!
mere and are laughed at for their lnau
. lar conservatism. Martin Sheridan-uses
an aluminum pole, which Is 69 per cent
: stronger and much lighter than a steel
"vpole. i' i i.-.:.
John Dolan. secretary of the 'Irish-
American ciuo, oeneves mac tne a. a.
II. ; should abolish the half-mile walk in
the list of, events in the all-around
-srw-r,,hamplonhlp. Dolan basest his objeo
fllon on- the solid reasoning that as walk
ing Is not an athletic event featured at
our meets, ana as it is never given a
' piace on any or jne cnampionsnip pro
- grams. It has no right to be in the all-
around. It seems that the A. A.- U.
must taice up walking in order to over
. : come jinis oiyectinn-.V.v'arTi,
PARADE OF.COLLEGE MENWILL
"v'-""-? -' nrArrNAi i a niTii nil i, ninr
W VtttXjtVKbnm I I BALL UfllVlt
Qlarner a distance runner, ' Will ' make
the- trip, and stands a fine chance in
the half-mile and mils events.
Portland-San " Francisco game
The entry -of the aou them athletes I JdT"
8TANDINO OF CLUBS..
- V" ;. Won. Lost -P.C.
Los Angeles......... 2S 21- -2i
San Francisco 24 ' 25 - ..ITS
SO 10 .500
Brlriton "will represent Spokane in the
dashes, and that other college athletes
will wear the colors of the Inland club
makes the outlook for the success -of
Uie meet -exceedingly bright. . ,
For several years there has been
...al . rtvfllrv - TMktwn th. lallnrnli I . 1. 1 a
kiiu Diiriawwern biiiivvb, - mnu (iia uim I I'Oriiana
meet in .inia. city iwo weeaa ,irom to
morrow will settle all doubts as to
the suDremacv. . -
f-Tae-local men- are training- hard for
the meet,, and. tonight 14 men will go
up to Victoria to represent the 8. A. U.
In the big track meet In the Canadian
city tomorrow arternoon. - The big event
of the Victoria meet la a Marathon race,
wA . 1rir Ihla P.tAn will K aM. n I n
He wilt-llkelv -meet some of rthe - best
distance .runners in western America.
i'1" ,,".-Jn?f PiL .fJ7.il??2. J? thr seasons with the Los .Angeles
the Va f condition and with .Vm-ny XZ.SK
famous athletes gathered In competition Jaat. This spring he turned up at Seat-
11 wuiuuw I'" " ..u.iiuc. y I tie. .where ne -has oeen aoing -great
. Artie Ross came to town -today and
raportedat onre to Manager McCredls.
McCredle gave Ross a Beaver uniform
and told him to be prepared to play
WTomTrroSa Port,?ritf ' th,i.
Artie Ross . should orove a. great ad'
dltlon to -the Portland team. . He Is a
f reat- hitter, and has been doing better
nan ever thl year. Ross played 'for
coast and possibly American records be
r,:'A''parade' of -college 'gradjiatea In 'au
tomobiles decked ; with . college : colors
will precede the charity baseball game
which - WiU ' be - played on Multnomah
field June .22,- Colleges from all over
the United' States, ss many-aa possible,
will - be represented. Each . Institution
will-have, one or more-cars, and this
trio through the streets' will .be enliv
ened by college yells and songs. - . '
- it is 'i expected inatinot- rewer man
IS colleges will "be 'represented,' and
there will be: much rivalry In' the mat-
ter'-of turnouts.' .As a lara-a majority
Of those who-will play-in the game are!
graduates of colleges In Various parts
of the Talted States, the parade will be
very .appropriate to the occasion. Many
work for the Northwest, league team,
A few days ago the national commis
sion decreed that Rosa belonged to the
Coast league. , He was knocked down to
McCredle,' but swore he'd never ply
with Portland,; that be would quit tile
game first -i- A couple of days ago Ross
was laid out dv a pucnea oan. wnicn
caught him full In , tne temple. This
mav have nut some sense In him. and
have caused him to report to McCredle.
McCredle expects Billy Statton to
"blow In" from Chicago tonight, as he
sent word several days ago that he had
left for Portland to join the Beavers. -,
There was no game at the ' league
grounds . yesterday, as. a .heavy shower
of these played baseball on their col- fell Just as the players were about to
lege teams, and tne entnusissm created leave ior tne. grounaa,
Australian Won Nearly All
His Battles in Short Order
hy Knockout Route.
;;Vj,., ,., f-jr'. ,, , ' , ' ' ;v,;. .
Very little Is generally known about
the fighting record of . BUI Squires, the
Australian; champion, who, Is now In
America preparing to fight the heat
man for tile championship of the world.
There have been few Australian fight
era who have come to this country for
big battles and of whom so little wss
known as this man- Sautres. No one
seems to have been able to gain much
knowledge as to his past record, so
that the following will be of more than
passlnr interest to the inn of box In a
vuiiiuaiaaia in una country: '
Squires was born In New South Wales
In 1179 snd fights around 176 pounds
when In condition. He Is not as tall
as Jim Jeffries by four Inches, standing
live lest io incnea in his stockings. ,
v Only riT Tears U king-. ' r
He has only been fla-htlnir since 102.
but in nearly all bis battles he has won
Dy tne anocK-out route.' His riret con
test of any account was with Blllie Cos
tello, whom he defeated In three rounds;
the following month he met Jack Lan-
agan and put - him. to sleep . In two
rounds', shortly afterward he met Peter
Mills and fouaht him aonordlnv to the
old LVwdon prlae-rlng rules, defeating
nun in it minutes; joe BUUlvan was
knocked out In three rounds . the fol
lowing month. In 190 J he met Andy
Walah. an Australian heavyweight, and
beat him in three rounds; next he met
Jerry OToole, the Irish giant, 'and
fought him. - London crlxe-rln v ruUn
winning In 15 rounds, which took just
ji - miuuiva; -ana ne xouowea cioseiy
afterward by knocklna out Jack Rurtnn.
Bob HUderbrand and Tom Ireland. In
1S04 he - sUrted off - by knocking out
Jack Tucker in one round; Mickey
Ryan In four rounds; Starlight In three
rounds; - BUI Hackenber In two rounds.
and Peter Felix In 11 rounds. Jsck
Johnson recently beat . Felix, in ,one
round. ' ;,. '
X Xa Van .Two Tears. .' - '
The following year. 1205. - Sauires
again met Felix at Sydney and knocked
him out in one round. - He followed
this by stopping Pst Farley In one
round snd Tom Fennessy at Melbourne
In four rounds., FeUs demanded an
other match and they met again In the
fall of the .year ' at Sydney, Squires
knocking htm out In seven rounds. In
190 Squires met Ed Williams at Mel
bourne snd defeated htm in one round.
Shortly afterward he met Jack Murnhv
at th same place and stopped him In
two rounds. He next met Peter King,
whom be defeated in two rounds, and
Bill Smith and Mike Williams in one
round each. Williams was the last man
whom Squires defeated. -
TWO HOME RUNS IN:
ONE DAY FOR EAGAN
r JnoraaI Special Barrlre.) ,
rrancisco. June s. --bt aiinwinr
only four scattered hlta yesterday H.
Hocan shut out the Anvela.. "Track'
Eagan lined out two home runs during
the game. - Score: ,.-'..- -
. - , , ' . T. V..
Los Angeles.s 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .4 0
Uakland ...HO 0 0 0 0 2 S 1
Batteries Berrman n . W. .' Hnrni!
H. Hogan and Bliss. ." Umpire Derrick.
LEADS THE BANKERS
bv.tha veils and colors la calculated to I
The game will be played between the
doctors snd lawyers on one sine ana
the. bankers on the other, for the benefit
of the dsy nursery- of the 'Fruit and
Flower mission.' The Multnomah club
has donated its field for ' the event
Many of those who 'will participate are
at present members or oaseDau teams.
; AUDIT0RIUM;TONIGIf T
"a::,?:j " 1 . 1 " . v.- v'Tr''i:.,f '.'
The ''Pbrtlsnd -Athletic and Social
cluh will celebrate .Us Initial ; event .at
the Lewis and Clorkv fair , grounds In
the touditorlom 'building 'tonight -.The
prograoi will .consist of, boxing, wrestling,'-
tug-of-war contests r and .dancing.
The Auditorium building has been par-
tlcurarty -fitted up 'for "this -occasion.
Dancing will - be-liad ' between each
event and 'a verr tasty Drotrram -has
been printed In colors for-those attend
ing. , , - w .
The. main Attraction In 1 the athletic
Consolidated Aggregation . Was De-
, fcated Twice During, Week, .
r Propping a. Peg. - ' ',
JOURNAL WILL PLAY
- :TELEGRA3f TOMORROW
- J. t .
mi , a . v ,.-. .. . I r-t . i . . . .
xmru tjtainc; oi. newspaper weries to ionouuino .........
' I U. B. National
' XXnie Oir on the Ieague
'. ' . Groan Ja at 0:80.' '
OREGON UNIVERSITY .
;"' Special. ;OiiBateb to Tbe Journal. 1 "
j Chemawa," Or., June . The Oregon
.university boys, with left-handed Hurd
;ln the box, scalped the redskins of Che
! mawa yesterday - In fine' style, ' Hvd
'Sending 16 men to the benches on three
t strikes, The Indians have a number of
'icrt-nanoea hatters m their lineup, and
they could not connect wuh Hurd. This
' snd -loose playing In the second Inning
i lose mem a cnance to win tne game, it
..was fast ball, the entire game occupying
i only an- hour and 20 minutes. A large
vruwa witnessed me game, -j
$ Wabash Club Wants Game. '
f The Wabash club Charlie Pembroke's
f new organisation, would like to play a
f practlos-'game with some fast local nine
" P'uwW.' -For oartlculars ohona Pacific
'. JCt' or alter e ocioca jx jjjaat --j.
'u"'-"''':- ' ? - i j,;..,'V.i;
Pittsburg 5. Boston 4.
, All other games postponed.
i Oevefand .-New .York '4.
s Detroit B, Boston 2. -'
f " Wsshlngton 2. St." Louis '1.
r Philadelphia 6, Chicago 4j;
f "77' Northwest League.
' Spokane T, Tacofna 4. j
Peattle 8,' .Aberdeen S.
; Here's Good Advice. ?
O. S. Wool ever, ons of the, best-
known merchants of Le Raysvills, N. Y.,
. says: "If you are ever troubled with
, pales, apply Bucklen'S Arnica Salvs. It
. cured me of them forf good -20 years
'ago.' Guaranteed for sores,, wounds,
burns or abrasions. ' 28o at Bed Cross
1 y '
NEWSPAPER LEAGUE STANDING.
' " '1 Won. Lost. Pet.
f! There will, not be : any misunder
standing about ;the grounds this time.
If the weather la fair, The Journal ball
tosSers will wallop the everlasting gin
gerbread out of ' the Telegram; nine to
morrow morning; ' on the Coast, league,
BANKERS' LEAGUE STANDING.
- ' . Won. Lost- P.C.
First National 4 2- .
4. , . .674
2 S ; .400
Merchants National -...' 2 -4. ..222
The Consolidated. , team- was beaten
twice this week, .once by the U. 8.1
tional team, score-a to 8, and again
yesterday cby. the First National, by a
score of to 6. -' The umpiring of Ed
Rankin was - a: great. Improvement over
former umpires, and tne DanKers nope
to engage him far the remainder of tte
season, which, la only about half- l.n-
President Foster of : the First .Na
tional bank ; team : suffered a ba.y
wrenched knee In the fifth innina. wnlch
may put hint -out of -the, rime for some
alned reason a num-
The game will be'called Dromotly at ??r PbUade,Pm fans have taken a
2:30 o'clock, and Pearl Casey, Esq.. sec-1 lo -ZU OTTPlJi
ond-sacker for the Portland Coast lea-1 he. was a 'cut-up he would stsnd well
..m .,. i... .. fm. - i witn mem
Kunia, will -viJlluiat.a B ympirv, ' . iu l ' -.
Journal played the Telegram 'once before I i -- - 1 T, . .
and was beaten, but It will not occur I Preferred Stook Canned Goods.
again. Tne journal men nave oeen prac-
iicing. i nina or it, practicing ror a oaui
Allen ic Lewis' Best Brand.
Spike Kelly, of Los' Angelas, :.15
pound boxer who will 'engage - In a
f ouiround' go wlth; Old feryln st the
line will be-, the four-round " ao for
points between Kid Ervln -of Portland,
lightweight boxer, j who is known as a
hard- hitter '.and ,clever with the gloves.
and Spike Kelly or x.os Angeies. Known
all over California ss a clever boxer.---
The; dancinff -will begin - at 8 o'clock.
The-prises ,to be swarded to the -winning;
teams t in the tug-ofwar contest
will . artven- f rem the -stage by Oeorae
Lewis; Dt; William T.vElsen and W, B,
Huddy. - - - -i."-'--', A.-.-U -'i '
Carl ; Eddleman c:wlll ox . three : fast
rounds for points, and this, wUh the
nutn event,' will- furnish fun and en
tertainment - for ' all attending.- Johnny
Duck -and Billy Goose will he on hand
In - strenrth- to- furnish- fun for all.
Dutch Jokes and tht- latest topical songs
WiU.- be given by ;Ha rold. Fields,
Monday-oosltlvely'the' lact day of dis
count of -west side t as bll i
K ii0llSw,n5.1" f"ilK1T.ey: . ' 2 I Dick Cooley has found that all baseball
..'"""" "'"- "uiiniinuja. associations are not an ae. uast season
inira ;. wwiui-ib, .Bwnu uuh; ieu, i he jed tha western with Topeka, and
shortsrop: Keel,1 first - base: eteira. I .hi. onn . ii .mirin. t.. a.m..
pitcher: watson, center rieid; Goldstein, ln . the American, with hrs Louisville
f'Vlii.'A'KS'--.:-.- bunch. - - .. - c- 4
second base: Sammons, shortstop: Bay. -?idjWulSJit I"?, aT of au-
HilrH hajtA- UahAnav laT rialrf- Hi... I touui Hi wcoi oiuc in. mil..
center field r Kellv rla-ht field. ' . I , . . '
want Mill lianas to Jieep uraer.
EASTKKIX. BASISHALL NOTES Chehalis, Wash.; June 8. The countv
commissioners have laid over for an
other month the petition of H. Taepelt
will sei thct her baby Is properly cared
for to do this a good purgative is nec
essary. Many babies suffer from worms
and their mothers - don t ' know It If
your dsdv is revensn snd doesn't aleen
at nights. It Is troubled with worms.
White s Cream Vermifuge will clean
out these worms in a . mild, pleasant
way.. - Once tried always used. Give It
trial, price ,25 cents. Sold by all
druggists. -i. -;. -v;
Only a nickel "idm&V
sfon io the i best i f&AQ'h:
fff - of ) v; ;;,
?::,to,its curves.'? 5
. .BISCUIT ; i 'i jKm
Chicago Concrete Mixer
.' The latest out. ; Kaay : aewj' featazesTt
It's near, the rronsd. , Ho tUtlaf : fo ?
dlscbarfe. V stoppintr while loading-
er Olscharflag. All or part of batch, .
discharged at wllL - tta m mosey saver. '
Bee H. . . i , n-
! ! WHEELBARROWS u:
To concrete, rook aad dirt have ". mot
o.aal.' -'- ' - , : '- ' :
RPAI I JC. CC 32 1 Hawthorn Ave.
5a f 0 (JO
Dr. Morrow's Anti-Lean
KAJCZS XZAJT TZOmn TAT ',:
"vj '( Tbronga ...the Berrous sys-
Contains no oils or fats or
any drug' that Is Injurious
' or liable to produce a habit
IT IS-THE CUE ATEtT
TONIC IN.THX WORXD
Each . hsttla contains a
'month's treatment and costs
' f l.$B at any first-class drag
store. . ireparea py tns
ANTI-LEAN MEDICINE CO.;
Qregonlan Bldg PortUad. Or. .
'Hello, Jones, what's the trouble?" :'' - ;
,"I'r 'all in,-down and out.-Got. a pain in' rny back,
my - stomach . is all . out of gear, ' and 1 1 haven't hardly '
enough energy to breathe." t "
' "Why dph t you see a doctor - , ' . , ' '
"I've been to a half 'dozen already, but here. I am in
the tame fix. .-Saymy family doctor first, and he gave
me a lot of 4pe to take. One compound was to build
up my tomach. Another, was a stimulant to make, me .
brace up,' and the lasf was 'a nerve medicine 'to. stop '
the pain in my back. Well, the dope made my stom-
ach wbfse than. ever. Eren the smell was nauseating, '
and the horrible taste it left in my mouth - wasf worse
than the stomach trouble..
"The stimulant gave tne energy for a while, but after
I had taken it for a few-days I had to double the dose
to get the 'same 'effect, and it soon failed to. do even'
of people," whom he, had cured, with his , Electro-Vigor.
One read as follows: . . . " ,
' . When I began your 'treatment tny whole system
was broken down. -I hid kidney and bladder trouble,
rheumatism that always " follows kidney , trouble, weak
' stomach, ' varicocele and general debility.--Drugs did
. me ' no good. As- for results of. the use of Electro
. .Vigor, l am now well and hearty, every, organ works
properly, and I have no pain. - ' -. v -. . ' j.
West' Butte, Cal. 1 ' J. I:COLWELL.
. ;,'feT'-f'ii:'i ; xK'fH.
. -Another said: , ' . . ' .-. ' , ' -Electro-Vjgpr
has proven'to be all you claim for it.
In spite , of my age I am past eighty it has given me
a new lease on life; my health generally. has improved;
I'have gained eight; pounds in weight and feel much
lfnn.ll W..IA I. -II.I.I.M I..II UVItWr UIUI IU I.IIIJ IVU11VU W4 l, iU.WU
!S...w on P,Uin,.n tlB ba r for a saloon lioense, business to be car-
"1?!;- i. ii-. rled on at Doty, a small sawmill town
haHh.iiILrtrV ?. vJFitfS&llWJEZ? h 8outn Bend Una. ' The sawm:ll
XhJSSSil company at Doty -has slways oppose
...., v. . - ... - - - i ina Minn
State league, won seven of the first eight i
go ultra, ' .
The Rochester (New York) players get
oneinair or me net proceeas or exhibi
tion irames. ' '
"Bugs" Raymond Is winning games
ior tne vnarieston' team er tne Koutft At-
rr-u T l..i n 1 an. .,w
Alio Abulias iinvn ivAiii, uiium IIIHfl-
agement of Mike Finn, is not the Joke it
was laat season. - :- .. r '
- The Wichita team Is setting a terrific
pacen tne western association.
Waterloo is leading the Iowa State
league at preaent and looks strong
enou-tn xo.noia tne piace. , .,
Prealdent Johnson has refused to let
Mike Keuy of Ues Molnea play with the
waenington American league team.
'. rne Minneapolis team nas - taken a
brace and Is ' going to the top In the
American association at a fast clip.' '
5 The Brooklyn , pitchers - have been
doing rood work this season, hut th
team's hitting 'has been on the blink.
' At last Indianapolis Is right in the-
meion - .paten.-. They nave some or toe
greatest-ballnlayers In the-eountrr this
season, playing In Detroit, Montreal and
Chart eat on f Smith I Cnrollnnl haa a
flayer named Frost, and he la all right
The Fittsbure 'tesm blared a weak I
same during their first eastern trio.
With " the ' exception f Honus Wagner 1
uiey - resemoiea tne nrsies or - oia.
"The ' nerve medicine re-';
lieved all pain,' but, like the
stimulant, it, too, lost its
power, v - . , ,
"After that I concluded
my doctor didn't- know his
business, and I went to
several others, but with the
"I. was determined. to find
some permanent relief., so I
called on Dr. Van Soakem;
he; has .the biggest reputa
tion of any doctor in town,
you know. He looked -me
over and then wrote out a
Frescription for some dope,
ti was the rankest stuff. I .
haye ever taken, and it cer
tainly put me on the sick
list for kps. What hurts
me' almost as much as,. his
meqicinCwras Dr. Van Soak
k:ti fi.-, 1:.. . t. :i
Rat and Roach Pasto
II. toaraalwad te rid lb. b.aw, bar w Mar. of
oockro-hfj, nja, mto. ur bufa, etc. Sold
by dragcl.t. .ni propald pa r..lpt
.rprto.. Saa. aaa. S IS aa. ax,Sl.iu.
Stearnd' Cleotrlo Paste Co.. t
I S.ffWla, W.Y..TJ.fca.jrro;nwlTOitfw.
m a riill - . 1 hi.- civ ' rif -
was enough ' to iriake a man
sick.- He didn't waste any. -J
time on me either. I'm done
with doctors and drugs for
"Now, just waii a minute. I know a doctor who
cures without drugs. That is Dr. Hall of-San Fran
cisco. He use electricity..; I've met a number of peo
ple whom he has cured, and tbey say his treatment is
all. right. v Dr. Hall has a free book which explains all
about his treatment, and his methods. Call or write
for that book, read it over, and then use your- own
judgment.' - Good-day, Jones; I hope you will be better
next time I see you. ,. ,..-' . ;-'
Actinir noon my friend s advice. I sent for .Dr.
Hall's book exnlaininff his treatment. ' This book is
one of the most interesting works I have ever read.
It is beautifully illustrated, and deals with human ills
j in er sensible "way. There is- none of that professional
tommy-rot for which most doctors literature is noted.
t It is written in plain language and the information it
contains is worm a great aeai to any sunerer.
1 .After reading his: book,-1 called on- Dr.' Hall, whom
I found to be an . excellent specimen of health. A
glance at this strong,, robust man ws .an inspiration
to me, 'so I said ti. "You must :wear an Electro-Vigor,
doctor?" "I do,'" was his" reply. "The doctor who is
afraid to Hake his own medicine is not to be trti'ited."
-,Dr.,HH showed me letters of praise from all classes
. . - f. V-'i-;--v':;v;;.;:i-';'
' L don't put much faith - in '.
testinionrals,r but I happened
to know both these gentle
men, so was convinced that
' the - treatment t was right. ;
I. used Electro Vigor Just
thirty, days and followed Dr.
Hall's rules . chlyr. for - diet
and exercise, when my atom- ;
ach was completely cured. -and.
I have never been both
. ered with it. since. The pain
left my back and has - never
returned. - My energy 1 r
creased from the flrat ' day
under the.' strengthening, ' in
vlgoratlng influence of elec
tricity, e- want- to say right
here . that Dr. Hall's - appl I
ance is not to be confounded
with - electric belts. It Is en
tirely different. It ia a body
battery of dry cells and
makes Its own power. v 1 1
never haa to . be charged.
The current' enters the body
In a - mild, 1 soothing; . stream. .
It does not shock the nerves
and never burns or blisters. -It
is worn at night, while
you sleep, and the use of it
does not interfere f with work
or .business,-, - - -'
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I would advise all sufferere to call or send forrr.
Hall's free 100-page book,- which explains hia treatment
and hla methods. This book la Illustrated with pictures
of fully developed men and women, showing how Elc
tro-Yigor is applied. It tells In plain language many
things .you want to know and contains a lot of "good
wholesome advice for men. tr. Hall will send thie
.book . In plain wrapper, closely sealed and prepaid, free.
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