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IIJL: OA. .J.f DAILY .i AlAAJAL, PORTLAND. I.IOKD AY LVAr.II.G, JULY U.
M5WS OF THE SPORTING WORLD il M IS 1 !
Xniocv io cnvv
U.ldLI 10 I UAI
AND LOSES GAHE
Tour Angels Score In Inning
After He Could Easily
; Haye-Ended It.
NO OTHER RUNS MADE
DURING THE CONTEST
, Bumj. Make Oreatv Baa for Jnd
i - "- . .. -. "
Smith's Long Fly, Throw Prettily
V to Second, bat Com Falls to Com
' plote Easy Double' FUy. '
AigdM 4, Portland 0.
Freoolsoo -l, Oakland 1-4.
STAXDINGI Or THB CL.TTBJL
' Won. ; Lest '. -F. CI
Los Angeles '17 44 ' .14
San Franclsoo .'....,!,. I . .141
; Oakland ....... ..M CI (I .- -.104
Portland ........... II i ; It ,.14
SPANTON BASEBALL NINE, WHICH CLAIMS THE AMATEUR. CHAMPIONSHIP
Talk about the mistakes of star Vail
players) That on by Casey at Athletl
park yesterday' will atand aa a elaaalo
., for. many a hard-fought cam. '
1 Maybe Casey suddenly want erasy,
or maybe ho Just forgot how many
, war out Anyhow, ho made a, fool
; play and four 'runs can galloping In
as a direct "and unequivocal result ,
Ot soars. "If Bushsr ..Paranll , had
fanned out another nan Just afterwards,
It would not have mattered. But Busher
Pernoll did not do It At the end of
-the- nine Innings the score wai
In favor of the men from the sunny
" south. If Casey had not tried to be
foxy. It would have been to 4.
Buaher Pernoll pitched the' entire
nine innings, and he was not so bad.
"When the visitors put a runner on the
keystone station In the second canto.
Just to be real safe Pernoll struck out
two men In succession. That tickled
the fans to death. And when he fanned
- out the first two in the third--tho- fane
were tickled to death all over again,
. - Blends lm tho With, , :,'-
But to get back to Casey's blunder.
- It came In the sixth, "with the score
a to I and honors even all around. Ber
nard fouled out ' and Carlisle walked.
Braahear came up with a short hit and
both were safe. Smith was next He
swung Ilka a woodchopper and the ball
: sailed far toward the left field fence.
Bassey made a great run, but nobody
-thought he'd ever get there. -But he
did and he held the ball. ., Moreover, he
made a beautiful throw ail , the way
to Casey at second.
' Carlisle was careful and was playing
close, but when Bassey got the ball
urashear was lust erossm
. ,, ,. '
ti.ii.-m. I mil i iim niiiii mm
Roadlnc from left to right, upper row Farmer, third bate; wordean, left field; Healeo, manager; Kaiser,
A first base; Sater, shortstop Second row Erlckson, right field; RummeU pitcher; SchulU, catcher; French,
richt'fleld. Front--Smart, second base. '-. " ' ' v ' -;- 'r ; .
Local and Otherwise.
Jimmy Brltt and "Battling" Kelson,
both ex-champlon lightweights, right
for the third time In Ban Craaclsoo
next Wednesday night - ; ..... - ,y
A dispatch from Stockton says' that
Manager Henry Berry of the Loe Angeles
team la dickering to leave the coast
league and combine with tho California
state league... ... ,
.... e. e
, Our L. Mechlem yesterday broke the
world's record, for one mile for 'auto
racers weighing 60 pounds or less. The
time was one minute, or 4 seconds bet
ter than any previous record. The feat
waa performed In a race-meet at North
Taklma, ., Washington, . held under the
auspices of the Northwest Auto Track
association. , . , r
ik second Mf iron inougni. was going to iick Tommy
the ran. He scooted' hack toward I Burns, la said to have taken to the
first ae. fast, as he could.- but Caserl woods of Humboldt county. California.
had time to turn a back somersault and
' then' throw him out . Instead of doing
it' Casey feinted', a, throw and then
turned and tooohed Carlisle, who, Yery
properly, was standing safe upon the
bag.-flo there -wastft-arry doubleTplay
and the aide waa not retired.
, Before -another Angel - was put out
Los Angeles had made all her four runs.
Dillon hit a two-swat to right and Na
f ie and Delmae both singled through
be little- twlrler. Carlisle. Braahear,
Dillon and Naaie all scored, the side
being retired when Delmas -tried to run
to second while Nagle was scoring.
Portland put numerous men on
but "Dolly" Gray -was strong at
critical moments and a shutout
result Official score:
VOa ANQSLE8. '
-. . , AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Bernard, ef. ......... t I I- e
Carli.le, If........... t 1.11
Brashear, 10.,. .4 lis i s
Smith, b........... . 47 e o i ; i d
I I 1
o I ,T i
Dillon, lb. M.... ...... 1 1,-1-1 0
Kale.rf. ............ 4 1 . Ifi;
Dalraas,iss.....4.....'4' 1 4 1
Credle. rf.,.. I 1 - 0 0
ssey, If. I, f .ffi - I f
nahaa, A T9
r, mn. f 5 .1.1.11
. Hogan, e..i. ...... ,,.ri, e
Gray. p............. 4-t
Totals .. ... .. i, .it n
' ;';fit-; it AB. K H. Pa A. ii.
lorett,'ef.-...w.i.Vi 4 9 o i o
. Mott lb;........,,... 4 t ' I 1
Casey:--Ib-.-rr at r anrra 1 1 -O --1 t
:t Atberton,' lb.. '....,..-.4 , 1 t 9
MoCredle. rf.,.. I 1 - 0 0
. ay, ss
. , i Totals .W..t..tl4 0 IT. II
..V' BCOKB .BT.INNJNOS.' i; :
Los Anrelea 0 till) ft e 4
? Hits 1 1 4 1 1 I
PorUaad , f 0 f 8 0 4
. U"k oat By Grey s, by Pernoll 1. 1 i i inches.
Baron balls Off Gray loff Pernoli I l. u,on
a. two-dim nits caaey. union. Ath
erton. Double play Delmas to Dllloci,
Sacrifice hits Carlisle. Dillon, Bra-
shear. Stolen bases Fay. Bernard. Hit
bypltched balls Smith. Dillon, Passed
, baff -Donahue. First base on errore
. Los Angeles I. Wild- pitch Pernoll.
Left on bases Lee Angeles I. Portland
T. Time of game l:fi& ,Umplr0)er-
' . ATTDiD . ; . .
Sec Ad Back Pasc -
Squires will follow the , occupation . of
a wood-chopper. j " .,.
..... e v'-:-'' -
The snorts of Oreron -Cltv en laved
the diversion of watching and betting
on a lootrace yesxeraay. jrrang isnoen
born beat C. 8. Orin In a 100-yard dash,
thereby wfhnlng 1100. Considerable
money enangea hands on the race.
.. ; . i . e . e "
Thomas Lona-boat the vreal Indian
distance runner, has been suspended for
three months by ths Canadian Amateur
Athletlo union and will turn profes
sional in consequence. . For tne past
isw monms ne naa oeen usea as an at
traction by the Hamilton. Ontario, T. M.
j. a. out that that organisation was
unable, to control him.- -t- .
The Oresron Cltv Grave beat the Ora-
gon vny xiiues yssteroay, io t,
-An effort -Is being made about "ths
bay to revive the - good . old game of
Intercollegiate football, - whloh was
abolished at the big coast universities
last year xor Rugby. ,. oilie. Snedigar.
almost as well-known as a football
player as a sprinter, is heading a move
ment to make up a team of California
graauaiaa, r. . v .
Motorists all over the mtuntrv have
been contributing since early spring to
me enlargement oi me iniormation u
tho-touring bureau -of- the American-An-tomoblle
'association. By the time the
ran touring season is at nand. all
changes In routes, because of Improved
roads will be in the hands of Secretary
F. H. Elliott at 417 Fifth avenue. New
York. This Information -la -very val
uable and will , be furnished ; only to
members. . ,.- .
---tj e e.. ', . i ; V
The record of Matt McOratM In the
It-pound .hammer throw. 171 feet
Inches, will not be recognised by the
A,- A. U. because the handle of the ham
mer was one Inch beyond the regula
tlon length. The official record Is still
held by I. i. Flanntgan, and is ill feet
Joe Gans has srreed to fight Jimmy
Bume, the new lightweight aspirant for
euampionanip ponors. Tne ngnt win oe
pulled off In' Los Angeles on August
14 and Joe will get tt.000. win or lose.
The only hitch In the srransements
far Is that Gans is holding out for 111
' The City and Country Motor elub of
New Tork . city has just added new
suburban elub rooms to Its list of head
quarters. .' The latest addition consists
of a large suite with an assembly room
at tne Terra Marine inn.- etaten island,
overlooking the great South Bay. Here
there will - be apecial accommodations
snd special1 reductions In crloe for mem
bers and guests of ths City and Coun
try Motor ciud, at uia conclusion of a
very short run from the city ovsr the
very good roads of Staten Island. The
elub now has three aasembly places In
enaiuon to us cut nome, at no, o
West One Hundred and Ninth street.
Large aooessione to the membership of
the club have been reoorded during the
last two weess, ana it is rapidly becom
ing one of the leading motor olubs in
the east . . . .
' The Wabash elub baseball nine de
feated the St Paul Olanto at St. Paul
yesterday. 11 to I. The I Wabash club
claims the. independent championship of
HOW THE COAST LEAGUE-WILL
FIGHT CALIFORNIA OUTLAWS
(Jesrasl Special Service.)
' San Francisco, July It. -The black
listing of Henderson, -Hackett and Mo
riarity by . the Paclfio Coast, league
makes the California 'State league an
Outlaw organisation, and from now on
the Coast league will doubtless fight
this outlaw bunch for all it Is worth.
There can' bo no quarter given, and
organised ' baseball la up against the
proposition of beating tbess fellows or
oeing neaten oy them.
When two or four teams in the cen
tral part of the state can offer bis
salaries to "ballplayers the boys are
bound to think twice before their refuse
the money. Morlarlty, for Instance, was
offered 1221 per month to play ball, and
In addition to ihla waa given a job that"
paid him 7I fper month. All this is
about twice as Tnuch as he could make
playing on the San Francisco team and
ue very quicuy Rraoeeq lot
oner, doubtless thin
thinking he .would be
taken back by San, Francisco. Now he
nas been blacklisted. -
In all probability the Coast league
will assess ' each of ' the four clubs a
'certain - sum. , which could be used to
secure a few of the best players out
of the outlaws. Another scheme Is to
have some of the big league teama that
are weak make a raid on the outlaws.
Still, this was tried on the California
league when It waa an outlaw organisa
tion some years ago and the scheme
turned out to be a fisxie, for this league
had as good an article of ball. If not
better, then than It has now. At least
It hsd four famous players In Waddell,
Pat Dougherty, Joe Corbett and others.
The coast Is Just now recovering from
the effects of - the San Francisco fire,
and with the league having a surplus in
sight there Is no reason why it should
not go after the outlaws. This Is the
expressed policy of President Ewlng,
and all of the clubs in the league will
stand behind him. No player of Ordi
nary Intelligence will go to tl.e outlaws
and run the chance of being blacklisted.
Cubs and; Apostles -Break
Even In Double-Header
; Played at Hill Park..
KELSO WALLOPS THE
.FEAKES IN TWO GAMES
Form v Reversals of Yesterday Put
Wood burn Indians In Lead of Race
, for Minor hemgum Pennant Kelso
Now Ahead of St. Johns.
YESTERDAY'S TRINITY RESULTS. .
At St Johns Cubs, St Johns, I
(morning). St Johns, Hi Cubs, Jt (af
At Kelso Kelso, I; Frakes. I morn
ing). Kelso, I; Frakee. 1 (afternoon).
AtWoodburn Woodburn. I; Trunks,
T. Trunks, 11: Woodburn. -T.
. At Astoria Astoria, Brewers, 1. .
. STANDING, OF THE CLTJBS.
Won. , Loet , Pet
woodburn ....... ...14
fTasea ...... .......is
Kslso .............. 19
St Johns II
Cubs .......... ... I
Trunks ,k, .6
Brewers ............ 4
' if :
The Apostles and ths Cubs broke even
ea yesterday's series of two games at
Hill park St Johns. The attendance
: The first game, called at 10:11, went
to the Teddy Bears In seven Innings of
tne Aposiies. -
-Charlie Moore placed South PW Tay
lor, the vallsemaker's slab artist on the
mound and after sundry Instructions,
started him off. The wily Cubs com
menced early to dothlngs, ae the score
board shows, and In the fourth Inning
Manager Charlie thought it about time to
go in and save the game. He managed to
keep the Cuba from scoring, but ths
Teddies were giving Kotteman gilt-edged
Support and "Bill" was doing things, too.
He kept the star sluggers from hitting
and cut off the darlns base stealers.
Thomas, the former catcher for the
Devoea, was In a Cub uniform and made
his Initial appearanoe In league com
pany, one of favorable comment Several
new faces on the Cub team were notice
able and the team pulled together In fine
style. The score in detail: .v -
Koralaa; Game, ' i
'A'' f ST. JOHNS.
- AB. R. H. PO. A. B.
When I have accepted your ease
for treatment you may look for
ward to a complete and perma
; nent cure, and with the very
first treatment the curing will
begin... This la pretty definite
talk upon what Is commonly
regarded as an uncertain and
speculative matter. But I am In
a position to speak definitely and
men's diseases is not uncertain
th me the cure of
or speculative at all. , ,.
The Xadlng' gpeclsUst.
Wl til BIS
V IrMlM BA 1MB.
what I cannot do, and I never promise or attempt too muc"h.
1 eases that I know Just what I .can do and
mv abllltv to cure, and results are
alwaya equal to the claimbs I make. Following are some of the disessee
I cure, and reasons why my cureg sre Certain. . .. .. - .
X Contractd Disorders
. ...,... . , j V- -. .-. ;
' In no other ' aliment ' peculiar to "
, men la a prompt and thorough
eure so essential. Contracted dis
orders tend to work backward un
I til the most vital nerve centers be- "'
come involved In the Inflammation. -
Then follows a chronic stage '
that stubbornly resists all ordl-.
nary treatment Safety demands
that every vestige of infection be
eradicated at the earliest possible
moment hfy treatment Is thor- '
ougn. Ths remedies employed ' ' ,
have a more positive action than "
has ever before been attained, and .
so perfect Is myeaethod of appll.
cation that even chronlo. cases .,
yield completely. - . , .
alee smre bo stay eeMi Sreakassa." ae-drooosele. sneetfle blood potson
and ail aaen's aim sis, ,
Consultntlon nndrVdvJce Freo
This most prevalent of all dis
eases of men Is also the most
neglected, either through dread of
the harsti methods or treatment
commonly 'employed, or, through
Ignorsnoe of the grave dangers
that aceompaoy the disease. As
.varicocele Interferes directly wtln
the circulation and process of
waste and repair throughout the
generative organs, the necessity
of a prompt and thorough cure
cannot be toe forcibly empha
sised. I eure varicocele in ooe
week by aa absolutsly painless ,
process. My ourea are thorough,
and - absolutely permanent and
are accomplished without the use
-of knife, ligature or oauotlo.
The DR. TAYLOR Co.
Oor. Monrlaoa and sveooad ptsee t, rortlaad, Oisgen, ,
.. Some A. aC to S F. K. tiuidays 10 to 1. -
igust IS the club will tlav
one of the Trl-Clty league teams for a
purse or five. ,
OY All KAXXS ...
or AUTOicoaus. ;
PULLMAN AUTO CAR CO;
BMF BM JrA.ftA JsTst,aVa Salt a4i. S M..
J P"TWrwl tl-f swwi Wmm wa. VVeT
.e-X - -.-eesett. ... . .,
' A D. PERKINS, PRES.
1 , v TeL Main 41.
"Largest Automobile Repair Fae
tory in the West'- ,
I NO POOL SELLER, N0 -i
FAIE, SAY MANAGER3
.... , . : -Vr;.:
Spokane Bavins; Hard Fight Over
' Question of Allowlnx Gambling '
'-'. . v r:"t the Raos.'',-;V ;'
.' (SewUl IHspateh te Ths JesrssL) .
Spokane. Wash.. July t. Mayor C
Hsbert Moore has announced that If the
city eeunoll passes aa amendment to
the law prohibit! pool selling he will
veto It The fair managers and Inter
ested merchants are now working to
pass It ever his veto. It is doubtful If
this can be done, because It was herd
work to get enough councilman In a
mind to pass the amendment. The
I mayor says he will not let the tordlnaaes I
WILL TRY TO WREST HONORS
IN FOOTBALL FROM MULTNOMAH
(Special Dispatch to .The Jesrsatl -Spokane,
Wash., July l.Th direct
ors of the Spokane Amateur Athletic
elub have made an offer to Varnell.
football and baseball player and hurdler
for the University of Chicago, to become
f hyslcal director of ths local organlsa
lon, and it Is likely he will accept the
foal tlon. At any rate. It is given out
hat he will be coach and captain of the
club's football team, which Is eager for
a fray with . the Multnomah, club of
Portland, for the championship of ths
Varnell is looked upon ae. one of the
best football play ere la the west. Hs
is also a star baseball and track man,
and this is what the club desires in a
director. He, has been an amateur and
wants to play football with the Spokane
ciuo tms coming season. According to
the old arrangement between the clubs
the coach la permitted to
being a phyaloal director would not
inererora inieriare witn ma presence en
play, - and
g0 until his veto power is void by time.
Maatar Keslev of the Waahlnston
State grange nas written Manager Cos
grove of the Interstate fair that be will
not take part in the fair If pool selling
is aiiowea, ana me ministers nave taken
up the matter and are fighting against
the amendment to permit the selling of
poois auring tne two weens or tne rsir.
wiiq tne mercnanis ana siocsnoiasrs
of the fair- fla-htlns for the fair.
the ministers, the United Men's clubs
and several . Important , out-of-town
forces fighting against it. It looks like
a- sure battle, for the fair manaa-ers
claim there will be no fair unless pool
seuing is permittea. t .
SEALS AND COMMUTERS
EACH GET ONE GAME
;. '., 'i i Peers! . BpeelsJ grvke.t
San Francisco, July I . Oakland and
San Francisco broke even on yesterday's
double-header. Hogaa broke up the
afternoon game with a' two-bagger la
the tenth, scores. , , : . :x ,--
First same i2- R.H. S3,
San Fran ...1 1 10 0 1 1 0 11 4 1
Oakland ....1 S C 0 0 i 0 11 I 1
Batteries Jones and Esola; Wright
and iMihwoea. - - :
Second e-ame ' R.H. E.
San Fran..O tlllMIl 01 I
Oakland ..1 S 1 0 I S 14 I I
Batteries WU11S and Street; Hogaa
and Bliss. - - 3 , , .
Umpire Pern ne. ; " u : -
RAGGED BASEBALL IS
; PLAYED AT WOODBURN
' (Special Dispatch te n Journal.
Woodburn, Or4 July l. Woodburn
snd the Trunkmakers played a double
header here yesterday afternoon, the
first same belns won by the home team.
score i to. 4, the Trunks taking the
second. 11 to 7. Both eamea were
about as poor an exhibition aa has been
seen nera, in woooourns Deing cnargeo
with II errors In the two games and
the Trunkmakers with 11. . '
Woodburn was badly handicapped by
the absence of three of her best players
and tried out a couple of new men In
the outfield- who failed to do anything
but make errors at critical stages.
. Cen trail Defeats Tenlnor
' eelsl PtoBates t Tee fastest.!
Centralis. Wash.. July II. Ths Cen
tralis baseball team, which la trying for
the championship of central Washing
ton, defeated the Tenlno team by a score
of I to I yesterday at the , Centralis
driving park. " - - 1
' More Cheap' Rates.
On Aurtist I. S and 11 ths Canadlsn
Paclfio will again place on ssls round
trip excursion tloket te eastern points
at very low rates. Passengers routed
via Bpokane. via Seattle and Bum as.
or via Victoria and Vancouver. For full
Particulars call on or addrass F. R.
ohnson, O. A. P. D., Portland, Oregon.
For bargains In men's wear. ros th
treet to Koblnsoa Co." a. Ill Wash
ington, . .. . , :, .
OPEN PIGEON RACES
DURING STATE FAIR
Tne Oregon Homing club held the last
of Its -young" bird races, yesterday. , The
flight was made from O rants Pass, 111
miles. In f hours and 47 H minutes, , the
fastest time made In the young bird
series this year. J. P. Limerick won
rirst ana tniri maces, u. c Htinoii
second and B. H. Bauer fourth and fifth.
During the state fair five racss will
be held, the flight to be made between
Salem and Portland. These race will
be open to non-members of the club,
and entries may ba sent to E. H. Bauer,
JkVlUUIB uuuiuns. . .
. The Spsnton baseball nine of Port
land and the Wilsonvllle nine broke even
on a doubleheader played at Wilaonvllle
yesterday. Ths, first gams went to
Bran fen. 4 to I, the second te Wilson-
eonsisted ef Taylor and Shults: fot Wll
unTiiie, inornion ana i-arrotu Tne
Spanton want games with first-class
amatsur nines, and wish to iaeus a een-
eral challenge. Managers may address
w. k. Hsaies, gio Morrison street Port-
-tr-. Tenuis St." Ixiuls -f fiTW,fc.
At Cincinnati Clnolnnatl l-l. New
At Chicago Boston I, Chicago t
Aberdeen ..1. .......... II
Pesttle ........... 47
Tacoma .,,........,. 51
Butte ............... 41
kAt Tacoma Taooma 8, Aberdeen 4V
At BeatUe Spokane I, Seattle 4, v;
Wabash Onb Beats St. Fatil. .
The Wabash team of Portland .
whelmlngly defeated th St Paul Giants
in a one-sided contest yesterday. The
score was it to s. ins feature er the
same was the heavy hitting ef the
Wabssh nine. Stone pitched his usual
Steady game, allowing but three hits.
Charles Pembroke, the Wsbash man
ager, wants samea with fast teams of
Oregon and Washington, suoh as Camas,
Stevenson and Kugsne.
Can't look well, est well or feet well
With impure blood feeding your body.
Keep the blood Pure with Burdock
Blood Bitters. Eat simply, taks sxer
dee, keep clean and you will hav long
Co. s, lit Washington street.
Clark Moore, lb,
own. lb. .11 4' 1 I
ock, e. ! f r r; "4 ; 0
ylor, p. ...' I'",
as. Moore, P. I t 11 0 0
r77r.T.....n i i ii io i
BRAIN ARD CUBS. ;
. AB. R. H. POL A K.
Lesch. rf. ........... I 0 10 0
Kennedy, lb. ........ I 1
Klser. lb. I 1
Krugsr, sa .......... 4 I
Tauschsr, lb. ........ I' l
Barrell. of. ..... 1 1
Mayneaa. If. 4
Kottemao, p. 4
4 4 10 I
i Totals .11
Brown out inf laid fly.
Score by innings:
St Johns I 1
Hits l l
Cub 1T 4 I S
. Huts ii 1 1 0
Summary Struck out by Moore, I;
Kotteman, I. Bases on balls, off Tay
lor, I; Kotteman, 1. Twolbase hits,
Clark Moore, Tausohsr. Sacrifice hits,
Trowbridge, Lerch. Stolen bases, Tsu
soher, Thomas, Drennan. Leroh. Ken
nkdy. Kruger. Hit by pitched ball, Cha
pin, Kennedy, Tauscher. Passed bails,
battsryerror. Brock. Wild pitch, battery
error. Taylor. First bas on srrors, St
Johns, Ii Cubs, 4; Earned runs,
John, 1; Cuba, t. loft on bases.
jonns, s: cuds. b. innings pitcoea, Tay
lor. 4: Moore. I: Kotteman. 7. Hlta
made off Taylor, J: Kotteman. S. Time
of gsme 1:10.. Umpire, Burnslde. Scorer,
Bralnard, .-.'.) ......
Th afternoon e-ame was rather of a
disappointment and while the Apostles
won, the game was so filled with errors.
in wnicn ootn teama compta, mat in
fane nearly lost sight of several really
line plays tnat intsrspersea tne innings.
Midget- strelt was out in to twin
for the Cuba He had the Apostles
Kesslng most of the time snd hsd his
im given him half the support they
lid Kotteman In the previous ga
there might have been another tale to
-Charlie Moore took no chances in this
una and occupied the anon nimseii.
he Cube took more kindly to his eurves
than In tha morning session and
Sunched out some beauties to each gcr
en. . The s-amS ooened like a major
league matinee, th playsrs up retiring
in one, two, tnree oroer, ana ins zane
oommeneed to congratulate themselves
upon seeing a real live ball game.
But in the second the doodle bug got
In his work and rsstsd with th Cubs
long enough for ths Apostles to score
four runs, all on errors oy tne cub in
field. Then again in the fourth the
same old bug sot in his work and the
Apostles scored some more on error.
ihMi( thlfl time the Aiwiatlea Mm.
fnenced to do' som kicking around of
tho horsehlde and the Cub began' to
erose the rubber. rom tnis en the
game was a - kalldsldosoop of srrors.
hits, fast piays ana poor umpiring.
Brown, the St Johns third basemen.
and Krugsr for the Cubs, distinguished
themselves oy euioa handling of hard-
hit balls. The score in detail: .
Afteraooa - Oame. :
. -:, ST. JOHNS.' -"?';'
h v.- AB. R. H. POl A. R.
Drennan, ef.... ...... 4 I 14 t 4
Clark Moore, lb......
O. Moore, 4. ,.....
McKsy, lb. ........ f..
Frown, id. ...........
Totals .....17 II T 17 11 7
. BRAIN ARD CUBS.
, , ' . ' AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
LercK rf.... ......... I 1 1 0 0 1
Kennedy, lb.. 4
Klser, ID. .........
Kruger, ss. and lb.... 4
Tauscher. !t and ss.. 4
Barrell, cf 4
Magneas, If.......... 4
f hea, e 4 111 I
Strelt .P 4 14 1 I
Totals .............17 I t 14 II II
SCORE BT INNINGS.
St. Johns ...... 4 0 1 4 0 4 11
Hlta .' S 1 S 1 S 1 S I 7
Cub 0 0 0 1 I 0 1 1 0 4
Hits 10 11 III , I
- .SUMMARY". ' i
Struck out By Moore y strait ft.
WE CURE lilEff FOR
f 27 TEARS W PC2TLAHD
J f- ta
No Pay Unless Curtd v Fr- Consultation
It will not cost you anything to call at our
office, and by so doing; It may save yon much
time, worry and money, and because if we can-;
not cure you we will honesthr tell you so. and
you will not be under any financial obligation
tO US. - - .
. You-pay us our. fees lor cures4aot to ex
periment; we ' hive proved the fact that , our
methods srs the best, latest and the most scien
tific in every respect There are some cases that ,
are curable and we determine whether it is cur
able or incurable by a thorough physical and mi
croscopical examination.' ' '
We cure Cystitis, Irritation of Neck of Blad
der. Enlargement and Inflammation of the Pros
tate Gland and all diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys quickly yield
to our modern methods of treatment- .We especially invite old
chronic cases that hsve been unsuccessfully frosted elsewhere.
-' ; Gonorrhoea, -Blood Poison, Skin Diseases, Nervous Decline,
'cured by scientific methods known and indorsed by the medical -profession.
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" . eoxsTxPATxov. visum An rxsTtrrai . . r
Cared by "up-to-date methods. Not temporary relief, but a poelttve, per
manent cure guaranteed. ' v -
Constipation Is the cans of a lar majority ef reotal troubles and
many other ailments. When th bowels do not move it Interfere with
the proper action of the different organ of th body. Have the con
stipation cured and you will nav more ensrgy. and . fol much better
, 'strength'"! neceesary To suceesa. No maneSn give the strength
of his mind snd body to th strenuous work of building a futur for
himself unless he has a re serve force to back him up. you can t build
success without spending a great deal of nervous energy, and yoa cant
spend nervous energy unless you havo it . .
7 , T -lrxnTOWs mmutt wsa-otssu - - -.
- -Thsr- l- bsuily- apln across ths small of th back r blue rings .
under your eyes: specks before yor eyes: your sleep does not rest you;
you get up in the morning feeling tired: your mind st times wanders;
your memory Is poor; your are loelng flesh, hollow-eyed: whltea of your
eyes are yellow; you are fearful, always expecting the worst to hap
pen; very nervous; - yoa have bad dreams; startle Jn your sleep, and ;
awake out of a dream very much frightened; stinging pain In tho
breast; no appetite. V you, know what causes you to feel like thlsT
This condition will not improve ef Its own accord, but Instead yea
may grow gradually worse, snd eventually end in nervoua debility or
neurasthenia. If yott have ever taken treatment and failed to get cured
perhaps It Is because you rever took treatment at the St Louie In
stitute. Our treatment la different from the old treatment taught years
ago. We cordially Invito eonsultstlon free. . . ... ...
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ooxns noon awo Tahrarrtti itsmti, roaTLAjro, okxoox.
MAKES the SKIN UKI TOU WANT n
DOES IT IN A MONENT .
; , A liquid preparation
Tvfor Face, Neck, Anna
-rind Hands. - 1 -
. ?r : y; It Is uelther sUeky
- - "or greasy.. ; ,
II flgtlla S It's harmless, eleaa
ab.Sa1 PgasV gsMsSltl Nr.
MagnOHa Cannes be dteetd.
Two colors, Pink and
1 , Use It morning, noon.
i "d night. Summer,
j --r -vi Winter, Spring, Fall.
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Lyon Manufacturing Co..
44 8, Fifth Stv 1 Brooklyn, K.Y.
Bases on balls Off Strelt 1. Two-base
hits Chspln, Charles Moore, Klser.
StoUn-baass St, Johns. I, Cuba's. Hit
by pitched ball Chapln. First base on
srrors St Johns I, Cuba 4. Kirned
runs St. Johns t. Cubs I. T.err ,.n
bases 8t Johns 1. Cubs 4. It!t ,i
Off Moor . off Blrott T. 'ii.,, of
game 1:20. ' Umplie liurnsi t carat
limits. . ,
Men's summer U"i-rP
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BTTTXSZa-TS. VO NAM.
in Painless Dentistry
- i .
To introduce our lsteet method
in painless-dentistry, until July 31.
we will do your work at one half
liridgre work applied snd all
kinds of filling inserted without
Teeth extracted positively with
out pain or bad result, BO.
We correct sll irrrgularif i cf
teeth without pin.
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Open evenings until 8. Li '
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