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'THE OREGON DAILY JOU::iIAL. FORTLAND, THURSDAY 'EVENING, AUGUST 8, 1807.
THE SPORTING WORLD
GRTtY HI LEAD OF CONTIHUOUS BALL way
COAST PITGHERS FOR LOCAL FANS
Henley, Wright and Klnsella That Is the New Dope Just
Each Have Best Record Handed - Out by Coast
WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
in Respective Staffs
' Th latest dop on osst leagu fitch
era ahowa that 10' hav so far been
used in tha tour clubs and that 'Polly'. I president of tha Paelflo Coaat Baseball
(Joaraal goerlal SWrrlra
BakersAald.- Aug. I. J. CaL Bwing.
" . - . . . i.. . . i . I It waa if years ago tn
Gray of Is Angeles is tn rai ioaoer -r ""'" ' "a'"T.4U"w heard tha call -play ball" in the first
Ball player consider It a rare privi
lege to participate in a single series for
the world's championship. '
A few have been fortunate enough to
take part in two such struggles. . But
what of the athlete who qualifies In
three and still stands in line for the
If you think this is a record to be
proud of then tip your hat to George
bavls, veteran shortstop of the Chi
cago White Box. He Is the only active
player to turn the trick.
it was it years ago mai uavi nri
of the hunch.
:' v "silvers" Henley haa the best record
of the San Francisco twlrlsrs, "Bill'
Wright Is Oakland's star slabater and
Klnsella leads the Beaver starr. Here
. - . h.iifm . am tha aaaaon tin to
banks, makes the statement that , the
eoast league will have sis teams next
season, and. that continuous baseball I
will be played in three cities.
"The idea next year." said Mr. Ewlng
last night, Is to form a six-team league.
.n,t innludliiv the fkmM clayed August I with extra teams at Lone Beach or soma
vwsor wiwm nwmr mjw jinQia, e.uu m
Aatorla or some other point near Fort
land, Oregon, with such arrangements
pitcher and club. Won. Xost P. C.
Bergmann-Xos Angeles.,.., : 1 .750
Gray, J-os Angeles ...... a. .1
I' Is Angeles I
game of the series between Cleveland
and Boston for the world's champion
ship. Davis guarded the third sack for
Cleveland. - tie naa peon playing a
year or two in the big league and was
accounted a star among such diamond
heroes as .Clarkson, Kelly, Bennett,
Nash, McAleer and Cy Young.
, Cleveland did not cop the series, but
an me gamea were closely contested.
and It was his play that gave Davis
the reputation that he has handled
with care ever since.
Two years later he was found play-
ma who i naw iora wnen mat ciuo
dashed with, Muggsy McGraws Bal
timore team In the Temple cup games.
Many- present-day fans recall that mo-
mentoua aerlea. Despite the efforts of
iuv Ewmroore moD. mow lorn cap
tured the championship with the as
sistance mainly of Rusts and Meekln,
who mowed, down the opposing bats
men amid showers of epithets and
more tangible missiles. Davis played
the game of his life.
And everybody remembers the stren
uous com Da t or laat year. It was 'the
most notable world's aerlea ever nUil
and the veteran shortstop steadied the
White Box Infield and gathered every
thing that came his way, Just as he
ota as yean ago xor uaveland. : ...
lav U. n L'ru nr I aru . f 7
ghC Oakland a. ...... ..IS 10
Hogan, Oakland .......... H; T
Carae. Oakland-Los Ang...l8' It
Burns, Xs-Angeles..,,..,. 10 7
Jones. Ban Francisco .If IS
Quick, Ban Franolaco ...... - 7
.Aahler. Ban Francisco ... 8 .. I
Mickey, Ban Franclsoo .... 1 1
Cates, Oakland ........... II
Joy, Bkn Franclsoo .......
Nagle. Los Angeles It
Klnsella, Portland, ........10
art man, Portland ........ 4
Randolph, Oakland-Los Ang. 1
Cailff, Portland ....... ...11
that continuous baseball can be slaved
at Ban Francisco. Los Anceles and Port
land. By this means i the crowds of
baseball fans can be held together bet
The matter havtne- a eluh' In the
Ban Joaauln vallev haa been discussed.
but has been abandoned, on account of
the great traveling expenses that would
be entailed, and because there is - no
town in th Tower valley with sufficient
population to ' maintain - a first class
team," -- . ,., ... . , .
" Local and Otherwise.
BAT SHORE H0BSE
The handlcan track meet sat for next
Saturday on1 Multnomah field has been
The baseball season In England is un-
der way now, and games are being
played dally about London. The game
piayea oy .ngunmen is a weiru
" RTTfiW nPTTIVra OVYTi A VI Americana, and. so far as fig.
. u.u.v it vx -AAi.i kj ivva. lures are
urwm. runiaaa ....-.-.....-a
Pernoll, Portland 1
Willie. Ban Franclsoo , , . . 4
Gum, Portland ...... .7....
Bchlmpff, Portland ........ t
Uoag, San Franclsoo ...... 0
Reed, Oakland ............
Bmlth, Oakland ........... 0
Gambia Los Angeles ..... 0
Wheeler. Ban Franclsoo . . .' 0
- . - t .
PACIFIC COA8T. LEAGUE. v
, , .... , .-
TKOTERDATS RESULTS. '
t Ran wranclaeo. f : Los Anceles. t.
'Portland-Oakland, gam postponed;
STANDING OF THE CLUB 3.
-Won. Lost. P. C,
Los Angeles ....... S ' 47
Oakland -...rr.. 88 : 68
Ban Franclsoo .....(! - . 68
PorUand ..........40 . - CI
NATION AXi LKAGTJB
(Janraal gnwUl' gcrHM., i
Bay Shore. L. L. Aug. 8 Keen driv
ing competitions, an admirable display
of horee flesh, and an outpouring of cot
tagers and guests were the features of
tha seventh annual exhibition opened
today tinder -the auspices of the Bay'
Shore Horse Show Association. The ex
hibition, which is to continue through
Friday and Saturday, Is the largest ever
neia or ine hat snore organisation.
Alfred Q. Vanderbllt haa a blc entrv.
Including several of the horses that won
in the recent International ahow in Lon
don. Other prominent stables Of New
York. PhUadelDhta- Baltimore and other
cltloe are also represented The Bay
Shore- show, when it rlret started, was
only patronised by' summer residents
in this vicinity, but of late years It
haa grown so popular that exhibits are
made by many of th best patrons of
me noree, ana ootn in tne numoer ana
quality of the exhibits the show rivals
toe annuaL exniDiiiona at Long Branch,
modi anu oiner rasnionaoie resorta
At Brooklrn. Brooklyn. 4; Cincinnati.
: , - - , - p - - - -- - --j
' ' ' AMERICAN LKAGTJB t
. I v', .....
At Boston Boston. : Chicago. 1.
At New Xork SU Louis, t; New Tork
At Washington Washington 7; Cleve
At Philadelphia PhlUdelphla, 4; De
NORTHWEST LEAGTJE ' :
At Snokane flookane. tl BattA. J.
At Vancouver Vancouver, ; Seattle,
. (Jeanal Siwrlal Servlee.) .V
New Tork, Aug. 8. There are to be
greet doings for the summer colour at
Rockaway Beach during the remainder
of this week, for every man. woman I flagship of Commodore Cornelius Van-
urea are concerned, soms of the scores
looK like the acorea ox cricnet gamea
The ' game, however, Is growing la
Rain - atonned th northwest tennis
championship games at Taooma yester-
Ths "American Chauffeur." an illus
trated monthly of automoblllng which Is
ths official organ of th Professional
Chauffeur's Club of America, has Just
oeen lisuea at Mew xorg. xne nrst eai.
tlon. lust out, is a well-printed and in
teresting number, which gives evidence
or carer u.1 eaitinar. ana anouid D or in.
terest to automoblllsts generally. The
publication la aold at a dollar a year.
This is ths first publication to b Issued
in in interest oi o rivers.
.4. ,, e . e
The ft fht between Joe. Hans and
Jimmy Burns, programmed by the Pa
elflo Athletlo Club of Los Angeles for
Aurusi i. naa teen maenniteiv cost
Doned. Drobablv because of - th match
mat nas oeen arranarea Detwean uana
ana nnit, ,
Ths Sonderklass yacht races In which
German and American boats are to sail
for the kaiser's cup, now held by Amer
ica, . will, be sailed on August-16. - and
promises to be close and Interesting.
Many yachtsmen are going over to Kiel
from this side, and France and Spain
i i 1 1 k. 1 1 . rr i I .
b to Thfg Country What tho Royal .7.100-. n.TatsTl. thlt th":
American boat will win.
e e .. - :
British turf authorities are soeculat
ing on the chanoes of Orby and Wool-
winder for the fit. Lexer. It Is the
consensus that the race Is between thea
two horses, which ran first and second
for the Derby. Most of 'th experts
place wooiwinoer aneaa or Mr.- crokers
horse, but then they were all cock-sure
th Irish-American horse had no show
for tn Derby, orby is eotnlna- on In
grand style, and with anything like fair
treatment In tne weights his owner and
his trainer. Dr. Walsh, are confident he
can beat anything that goes on four
tegs. . : :s
.. m m
Ths handsome cud offered three years
ago by Anthony Drexel to the auto boat
attaining tne oignesc speea in in run
01 inree mues on xrouvnie each sum-
mer was won by the Lorraine, owned
by Vedrlne, president of. th Chambr
syndicate aes conots Automooiiea
The oup preoentea oy uaston Menler
At Chicago-Philadelphia, t; Icago, ANNTJAL vCEUISE OF
NEW T0IIK YACHTSMEN
Squadron la to Great
- - ' (Joaraal Special ferric.)
New Tork, Aug. I. A perfect swarm
of flitting steam craft and whit winged
yachts gathered today at th Glen Cov
rendesvous preparatory to the annual
squadron cruise of th New Tork Yacht
club, which is to America what the
Royal Yacht squadron is to Great Bri
tain.. Th fleet this vear Is exeentlon-
IN SOCIETY CIRCUS y"i0g
While th eruls proper will not be
gin untu tomorrow, wnen tne fleet will
mane a 10-miie run up the sound to
Huntington, the gathering is the Ini
tial and all-Important step In th cruise.
a meeting of the captains aboard the
Va (IMS' we f .atwa wv-s w vtimil a a va sv wvm -n w (mil aw vaa-u a. . T - a
nd child 1. sxpjcted to deat th. Pl W imVOrUat tenyfa, o.hrj. sea
ores of the surf and beach for th time
being and devote their whol attention
to the society circus to be given for
th benefit of the Lima Roman Cat hoi to
church of that place. Rockaway boasts
of many notables among Its summer
residents and all of them hare volun
teered their cervices for the tented
show. Ex -Chief of Police William Dev.
ery Is to act as ring master, and four
While th Itinerary of th eruls Is
all s titled, the meeting of the captains
I of th varloua yachts this evening will
offlolaUy Indorse . th . program. The j
latter is as rouowa:
Friday, August Squadron ' run to
Huntlnrton over 80-m II course with
good winds, or over 16.4 mils course la
I C ,n A vii a, f A Din.m. M.n
LJl.. Il-Y... n..Tl. T... T - I J, : . .... w
!Kll?"JrS r..- VvT,-r' F London over st.i-miie course.
bett, "Tommy Murphy, "Youn
bett," and "Jim" Donovan, will s
see that . "
IfJJftmuS ZH1 Monday. August It Squadron run -
rtniaa aaelLo V.Ma Newport over 40-mUe course.
-h5il:- .Jl S? Tuesday, August 1 Bquadron run to
t?. clebritles ar numbered among vi.,.m nv.v n-miia mru
mr-AT ntrfMfim. . I - - - - . - '
Wednesday. August 1 Bauadron run
to Newport, over 17-mu course.
Thursday, August 16 Astor cup race
Off Mewnort over a 8TH-mii or s-
mile triangle from Brenton's Reef light.
Krlrtsv Ana-uat Is Klnars cun raee
off Newport over a 1614, 6H. I7H cr
ths 11 at of antartainara.
Art ri UAL UllAJlLflUiNSlIll'
EEGATTA FOE 0AESMEN
.. S) . e
Th Montreal Star announces that an
alliance has been formed between the
Amateur Athletlo Union of th United
States and ths Amateur Athletlo Feder
ation of Canada to govern athletics on
the continent of American and that the
Canadian Amateur Athletlo Union will
This is ths result of. a conference be
tween President Sullivan of the Amer
ican Athletlo union and President Bovd
of th Montreal Amateur Athletlo asso
ciation and former Secretary K. Herb
Brown of the Canadian Amateur Ath
letlo union, which took place at James
town and was continued in New York.
88-mlle trlanarl from Brenton's Reef I Ki" I
Saturday, August 17 Owl and? Game
Cock colors In Newport harbor.
Th Rear Commodore's cups will be
sailed for tomorrow, th Vlc-Conimo-
I dor s on Saturday, the - Commodore's
on Monday of next week, the Navy
I Challenge cups on Tuesday and . the
Alumni association of the United States i
UNavy oups on Wednesday. , ,
YESTERDAY'S RACE RESULTS.
' C " At Ssattie. '",'-.:.'
Six furlongs Salable won: Dick Wil
son seond; pnncsss wneeier tniro.
(Joaraal gseetal 8Urvle.
WT.n.i4.1r.Vtfa T. in. t TK. thirty.
fth annual champlonshlD ragatta of th
onal Aaaoolatlon of Amatanr Oara-
maiCSMnlch will tax plao oa th
Schuylkill river tomorrow and Saturday,
has attracted her several hundred oars
man, including th pick of th amateur
amillra An tn - eeAtltMmt.--T)ts - nr
no of th German crews gives an
International aspect to the regatta. It
will also spur the Amerioaa crews to
thslr best speed In order not to lose
any of th aharoplonahlp trophies to th
Ths races will be th Intermediate,
associate senior and championship
genlor sctills. intermediate and senior
double Bcuu ana pair oarea shell, inter
mediate senior and senior International
four-oared shells, and intermediate and
will be held oveV a Si and a baU Ohio penitentiary Is to engage In Rld vron; Crystal Wave second; Aunt
stralchtaway eours. , -ItBa tm.ln... nf .n,.f..i., .HaIa third.. Time 0.668-4
"EX-CONS WILL MAKF,
(Joaraal Special oerrjee.)
Columbus, Ohio, Aug. I. Harry - 3.
Hoover who was released today from th
Flv furlonrs Willie T.- won: Car-
melina second: Ed Divas third. Tims
1:08 . . -
One mile calmer won: Kmxa secona
Royal Scot third. Tim 1:44.
Mil and sixteenth Legate won;
Orllene second; Treasure Seeker third.
Time i:s. '
Mil and alxteehth Molar won: Or
Chan second; King of Mist third. Tim
1:61. -. .
Seven snd one-naif rurionrs Funny
side won; Mlas Officious second; Spring
Ban third. Tim i:.
Flv-lghths mile Scorcher won:
Angles ea second; Buxter llodl third.
Tim. 1 !01 -.
Four and one-nair ruriongs Bene
LITTLE SPARKS FROM
Deolsrlng that th "toot-toot" of th
modern motor oar Is out of place, Wil
liam Waldorf Astor has Issued an dlot
barring automobiles from ths Tudor VII
lag which h baa built about Haver
Castl. England. . ;.,'.
. Th county oommlsstonsrs of Alle
gheny oounty. Pennsylvania, which In
etudes th clUes of Pittsburg and Alle
gheny, with many miles of rough and
hilly streets, hav purchased a touring
car for official use.
The City and Cnuntn MkIm eliiK of
New York, one of the wealthiest automo-
une organisations in tne east, owning
two clubhouses la the city and three in
the suburbs, has reincorporated as ths
New York Automobile oluo.-
Unless the turnDlkes at ' Lanxaatav
codnty, Pennsylvania, be put tn first
class condition by the middle of this
month the companies owning them will
b prosecuted for maintaining nuis
ance by the Lancaster Automobile club.
The motor car now figures in ths war
between American art collectors and the
Italian government, a machine recently
being used to spirit ssven valuable Van
Dyke palntlnirs from tha nalace af tha
Cattaneo family, at .Genoa.
New Jersey may as well be eliminated
from the possible localities for the Van-
aorDui cup race, snould it be held this
year. Although the assembly passed a
bill to aid It ths measure haa been' de
olarea to be unconstitutional.
projectors or the Grand Central Pal-
sc show, New Yrk. which will be
held In October say enough applications
already have been received for space
to insure it belns the moat Mmniat.
display of automobiles ever offered.
The automobile "rubber-nock wagon"
has Invaded Oyster Bay. It makes dally
irim unwna uu village ana tiunting
ton. gtoorlng at all nlacea of Interest
and tarrying longest In front of Saga
more Hill, th president's estate.' .
Durlnar the second week in finiUmtuir
F. C Fenner and A. J. Smith will raoe
their oars for 81.000 a side from Los
Angeiea- to tn Big worn mine at Mount
Baldy. a trio noted for Ita difficulties
tn th way of bad roads and grades.
- Seal Defeat Angela. "
(Joersal Special Service.)
San Francisco. Ausr. 8. Jov waa af
fective at critical points and th only
runs of the Angels were mad on er
rors. Scor: . ... , ... v
San Franolaco I i M I 1 I I 1 i
Los Angeles ..10000001 0 I 4 6
lotteries Jov and Street t Naarla anil
Hogan. v. . . ... ,
Football at Albany. High.
fgseelal Dlspatck ta Tke fnaraal.l "
Albany. Or.. Auc. 8 The Albanv
High school plans to have a first class
football team in the field thla sea an n
and Is putting forth every effort to
have an experienced coach and an or
ganisation that will be a credit to the
aohooi. to students or tne nigh school
are enthuslastlo over th prospects and
are planning a schedule of games with
th other schools of th valley.
Dixie Handicap Shoot.
(Joaraal Sparta Ben lee. ) '
Macon. Ga. Aur.-8. Tha Dlila hand.
leap shooting tournament..' for . which
preparations hav . been making for
some time, opened under favorable con-
aitions toaay at in uog Cabin club.
Mora than a scor of crack shots took
part in tne opening event a and a much
arser attendance Is sxpected tnmnr.
row, which will b the big day of th
wug uauisuit r -
ALREADY IN AIR
Efforts Being Made to Down
Opposition to Intercollc
, giate Association.
'Br Manhattan. .
New Tork, Aug. I It la pretty hot
weather to talk about so strenuous a
gam as football, but tha who are
interested in- th great American col
leg gam ar. beginning to bet busy.
Determined ' efforts ar ' being made
this summer to break down the opposi
tion of Yals, Harvard, Princeton, Coi
nell, Chicago and Annapolis to th In
tercollegiate Athletlo Association of the
United Btatea, the organisation that waa
formed two years ago with the object
of lessening the objections to football
that were raised at that time. , .
At present Pennsylvania is the only
one of the big live eastern universities
that Is enrolled in the association. The
football committee, comprising repre
sentatives of Yal. Pennsylvania, 'Chi
cago, Harvard, Princeton, Annapolis and
Cornell, dictated the rules of the game
up to 1008. To-avoid confusion the old
oommlttee and the new committee of
the L A. A. U. B. consolidated, and the
college world was spared th trouble
that would have resulted with two foot
ball codes. But the management Is
still unsatisfactory, for tne two com
mittees are obliged to consolidate each
year. One half of the committee repre
sents seven universities and th other
half the new association, made p of
some 80 institutions from all parts of
iue country. .
The new body, while feeling conscious
of Its growing strength and doubting its
ultimate control of th football equa
tion, acted with wladom in not offending
th members of ths old committee and
made their entrance easy. It Is felt that
th plans now under way will bring
every Important university tn the coun
try within this organisation, and after
mat tne amendment or the football rules
will d an easy matter.
SELECTING A TEAM" v
TOR NATIONAL SHOOT
''tgpartal IHspeleh te Tke JneraaD '"'
Helena, Mont, Aug.' a. Representa
tives of all th companies of the Mon
tana National Guards assembled here
today and at 6 o clock la the morning
began a competitive shoot to deter
mine the selection of a team of 11 and
three substitutes to represent the state
at tn national snoot. At camp Ferry,
Ohio, a year ago, a Helena man was
third in th. race for the Individual
championship of th country. Another
Montanan was fifth. These, with many
other crack shots, will participate and
Interest In the outcome Is very keen.
The shoot closes at 0 p. m.
Carbonto . acid gas and soda water
appliances. BUderback- 4V Crane Co.,
z first street.
Has One of the Finest Beaches
on the Pacific Coast
and Is an
IDEAL SUMMER RETREAT
It is easily reached, is not an expensive place to visit, Jis ex,
cellcnt hotel accommodations, affords perfectly iafe and delightful
surf bathing and all sorts of beach pastimes, such as clam-bakes,
oyster hunts, Wishing, pebble and shell gathering, etc., enjoyo a
mild and inviting- climate, picturesque scenery, and all the other at
tractions tba,t can be desired for recreation and pleasure,
NEWPORT is reached by-way" of the Southern Facific to Al
bany or Corvallis, thence Corvallis & Eastern R. R." Train service ;
daily and the trip a pleasure throughout Leave Portland 8 a. m.
Rate from Portland $6.00 for the round trip Tickets on gals'
daily and good for return until October 31. There is also a Saturday-Monday
rate from Portland of $3.00, tickets on sal Saturdays,
good for return Mondays, .: Correspondingly low" tates from all '
other points. Call at the city ticket office of the Southern Pacific.
Third and Washington streets, in Portland, or at any S. P. agency
elsewhere, for complete information, V.., '.
'V WILLIAM McMURRAY, 'V. ": " ':
General Passenger Agent, Southern Pacific Company, Portland, Or,
Seet sad. Berk ' !
mrr ituit ajtd woxxt
rben your child haa a sever sold. ' Ton
H4 not rear pneumonia or other pul
mnnarv diseases. Keen sunnllaH m.l,h
Ballard's Horehonnd Syrup a positive
our ror ooiua, Bvugna, wnooping cough
ana pnraciuua. mxtm. xi a u oir Sioux noTnoias, wno wu recently release
jraile.-8. D., writes: "I hav used your I parol, devoted much of his tlm
wonderful Ballard's Horehound Syrup I Prison In working on plans for a c
on my uunn iw nvw Tpira its re
sults nave on wonaenui, uoia by all
th business Of -manufacturing auto
mobiles and If his plana go through a
good motor car will soon be within the
reach - of neraona af moriarata munc
Hoover la a former bank : h ii , nf . Lv"'"1"." . d Jl"Vi
Newark ana was sent to prison for sm-I.Kira Time l-J.
Whll In prison he formed I Three-fourths mil Vinton won: Cer-
Five-elshths ml) Native Son won!
Burning Bush second: Dolly Dollars
third. Time 1:001-4.
geven-elgntns mue nee Air won
II II II
4ft l X:
a friendship with Harry Reynolds, who
wss sent up from Cleveland for bigamy.
Reynolds, who was recently released on
automoblla Before his release he had
perfected Inventions and .plans for
Dullding,a serviceable motor oar that
can be D laced on the market at about
8180. Reynolds and Hoover have
rormea a partnersnip for their-venture
end It Is said they hav secured the
flnsnclal backlna- of a prominent New
Tork caDltallat who formerly lived In
Newark. . . ,
n " PORTLAND ORt.
' A Boarding - and Day
: School for Xoung en and
Preparation for col
leges, V. 8. Military and
. Naval Academies. Ac
credited to Stanford,
Berkeley, Cornell, Am
herst snd sll State Uni
versities and Agricultural
Colleges. Manual train
ing. Business course.
The principal has had 88
years experience lit Port
land. Comfortable quar
ters. ' Best environments.
Mak reservations now.
For must rated ca tains
and other literature . ad
dress c - '
J. W. CM; M.D.;
arrlnolpsj ul rroprlrtoa,
rosanta second; Miss Martha ' third.
Ttma lis l.a.
One ana a qnsrxer mues tsenvono
third. Tim 1:08 8-4.
., . At 'ggratoga.'
Steenlefiaaa about two miles Sheriff
Williams won; uoia c ieur aeoona; rfuage
White thlM. Tim 1:1 s-e. . .
Seven furlongs Fsr West won;
Cablegram second; Dr. . Gardner third.
Time 1:87 . .
One mile Tom Dolsn wont Blsndy
second; Kilter third. Tim 1:88.
Th SDlnaway stakes, 110,000, five
and one-half furlongs Julia Powell
won; Half Sovereign second; Adrlana
won; Acrobat seo-
ond; Ampedo third. Tim 1:18 1-8.
jnv and' one-nan luriongs u Atone
third. Time 1:07 l-.
INDIAN CHIEFS ON ;
TRUI FOR MURDER t JJlSljJ
(Joaraal Beeelal Rervlce.t '
Wlhnlner. Aus. 8. Two Cree chiefs
are being tried today for the murder of
a young girl with all the tribal formali
ty in th presence of several hundred
Indians. The chiefs are accused of mur
dering JO Indians. Th government Is
determined to stop th savage tradition
that all members of a tribe stricken
with delirium while In fever are pos
sessed of an vll spirit and must he
killed at one or the souVUl be lost.
Scotch and Rngllsh woolen Hoi
brook and Leveen, Couch bldg.. Fourth
and Washington streets. ,
Met A Co, jewelers !U Wash,
; At Buffalo. ;
" 1:07 trot, th Iroqnols hotel stakes.
tl.OOO Turley won the second, . third
tnd fourth heats tn i:14U. 1:14. 1:11.
Lady Oail Hamilton .won the first heat
In f:n. -
Free-for-ell, purse 81,000 Angus
Pointer won three straight heats snd
the race In S 08H, I:A8, 3:07.
1:10 trot, 81.000 Sarah Hamlin won
th second, third and fourth heats snd
th race In 111:. t:ll:H. MS. Co
dero.won the first heat in 1:114.
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I CURE MEN
I cannot too forcibly Impress th fact that the
METHODS BT WHICH I TREAT AND CURB
MEN'8 DISEASES ARB ORIGIN AV WITH ME.
They are a result of my obeervatlon, research
and study during years practice as a .Psclall-t.
This should especially appeal to THOSE WHO
HAVE BEEN DISAPPOINTED In their efforts
to obtain relief, and ahould aid all afflicted mea
understanding of men's diseases and th solentlflo
porrectneas of my treatment. MT TjnEQUALED
BUCCESS IN EFFECTINQ PERMANENT CURES
....,.. .T f Biuau -
MY BUCCESS In cuHng those func
tional disorders commonly termed
"weakness," IS DUB TO MT FULL. ,
UNDERSTANDING AS TO THE
CAUSATIVE CONDITIONS and to ,
my absolutely scientific methods of'
removing them. Many eases of pro
matureness. loss of power, etc.,
present a variety of symptoms so
entirely confusing snd perplexing
that MOST PHTSICIANS hav fal
len Into that dangerous rut, the
practice of treating by set methods,
without discrimination and without
KNOWLEDGE AS TO THE REAL.
REQUIREMENTS. My flrat step is
an absolutely scientific and accurate -diagnosis.
-In a largo majority of
cases I find th sols cause of these
functional derangements to be A
SWOLLEN, IRRITATED AND
CHRONICALlbT INFLAMED PROS
TATE GLAND. This condition can
not possibly b remedied by any
treatment other than the local meas
ures I employ, and to ATTEMPT TO
FORCE NORMAL ACTIVITT AND
VIGOR BT THE USB OF STIMU
LANTS snd tonics would only result
In aggravation of th trouble. Under
my treatment a Cur I POSITIVE
AND CERTAIN, and absolutely per
manent, because I accomplish It by
the removal of every causs respon
sible for th disorder. ,
9m. 1 ATXOB, -Th
Kt Tees Are Tair.
Permanent, and Ton
Whn Satisfied That To Ar
Specific Blood Poison'
" T know this leprous disease com
pletely. - The system Is thoroughly
cleansed and every poisonous taint
removed. The last symptom van
ishes to sppear no more, and all is
accomplished by th us of harm
less blood-cleansing remedies. Do
not submit to the dangerous mineral
doalng commonly Indulged In. uch
treatment merely obscures th
; Y:'" r: : Varicocele . :;
- I positively cure Varicocele In on
. week, and frequently In even less
time. I MEET WITH NO FAIL
URES, nor Is bit treatment ever
"followed by undeafrable results. MT
METHOD OF EFFECTING A CURE
- IS PAINLESS, and no other equally
satisfactory, safs and certain meth
od exists. It Is sn original and dis
tinctive method and produces AN
ABSOLUTELT THOROUGH AND
PERMANENT CURE. . .
Varicocele not only Impairs func
tional activity, but In many In
stances It results In A WASTING
A WAT OF THE ORGANS Involved
and gradually undermines the gen
eral health. A THOROUGH CURB
IS A MATTER OF VITAL IMPOR
TANCE, and is also a matter of but
a very few days' treatment under
'my system.-...;., - j-. ... r.
Contracted Disorders ;
Through my long experience treat
ing these, diseases I , have devised
methods that not only cure, soundly
and permanently, but cure In less
time then the best of other treat
ment require. Take no chances.
Do not risk your health and strength
by relying on patent nostrums or
uncertain methods. You are abso
lutely eecure when you Intrust your
caas to me..-,
PAY WHEN YOU ARE CURED
oojrsroxTATTOw mxm mt honest and candid advice costs
TOU NOTHING. I cheerfully give you the very best opinion, guided by
years of successful practice. Men out of town. In trouble, write If you
cannot call, as many cases yield readily to proper home treatment and
our. My offices ar open all day from 8 A. M. to I P. K, and Sundays
from 10 to 1. . , . . - . t ; ,--.. - j
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Diseases fi Women
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MEN FOR $10
AND WE TREAT MEN ONLY
itfiiuini n ass nr romnvAn.
Ulcers, Chronic Discharges
Stricture, Prostatic Diseases
Hydrocele, Nervo-VItal Debility
- Varicocele, Bleod Poison and
nit r? Or Hemorrhoids, ar small vascular tumors situated at
- I .rllths lower opening of the bowel, or rectum, and they hsve
a a muw a moat degrading Influence on the general health. We
cur Piles" without cutting: nor do we use Injurious ligatures, wbleh
treatment is seldom successful. Our treatment la safe and reliable and
when you are dismissed by us you are cured for life.
WBITS If you cannot call. All correspondence strictly confidential
and ell repll sent In plain envelopes.
thosi wmo mats stew DiBAr-poiirTTjTj bt Trw-rrt,t,Tw rr-w-
CIAI.I8TS ABB XASHrESTLT ltOOIStED TO IUV S1IOATS OV
MBTIODS A HO TE IMS WITWODT DELAT, W i t ' -t HAD TK l;T
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A LIPGLONO CURU POR
BT.OOD yonoir, ssriw rusgasvis, om, trT.cv. stuiotwsvi,
TAJUCOCrta. HTDSOCJTX.B, BISTOW BPCtttn. Wl Airm :s. Tlbli
OB) CH1OHI0 DISEASES or III IXDKYS ASTD PHOUIATB.
yalf ATB DIBEASES Newly-contracted and chrnnlu rases rured. All
burning, itching nn Inflammation slopped In 24 hours: rmea erfcted In
T davs. WB COVER TKB XWTIttB !"IX:I,i Of SyKCIAI, ASD
OSCKOHIO, BtlP-SSATtD, COMPilCATTEX) DI8rr.
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ment. Our ads are our own, and while others may ropy them, thev run
not Imitate our superior method, of treatment. WB Attn 1 WB I01
X8T ZOOATTI AsTD OX.BSBT SPECIAlaSTg IB lOSTIAIfO. having
been located here 26 year. We lo not advertlne rheni, Ini'rtur trni
ment, but we give you all the results of years of rltie enperlence. gained
in the treatment of many thousands o.f patients. We give you our saili
and ability 1n the treatment of dine;. 0f m-n t nr n tnr f. whl h nv
he paid In any wny the patient delrea. IUVrsTTOATB OT7r. IE1 i
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