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SPORTS OE . THE
l( EIIEII Oil
Groom's Unsteadiness Loses
First and Heavy Batting
Wins Second, v v
SEASON'S ATTENDANCE '
.; RECORD IS SMASHED
Nearly . Five Thousand Fans Fill
Grandstand, Bleacher! and Field,
Netting Bljt Sum for local Man'
agement and League- Notes. '" ' "
Ixs Angeles, t-1; San Francisco, o-s.
BTANDINQ OT THB CJLUBS.
- . , - .. Won. Lost. .
log Angslea ft to
Oakland 44' J
Ban Franclaoo ...... tl
Portland ........... 4. , 71 .
Oeklan j and-Portland broke eva-ea
yesterday's double-header at Athletlo
' park. Oakland taking- th first tm by
. a score of 1 to' 1 and Portland captur-
' Ins the seoond by a acor of f to I,
JThe attendance record of tha season
' waa broken.' Grandstand and bleachers
'overflowed and ipactatora llnad tha far
- - eornara of tha Held. - Tha total number
of admiaalona sold waa 4, lit. Thla
, means that eomsthing Ilka 11,600 waa
.'taken In by tha Management ' Truly,
. Portland la a great baseball town. Tha
fans siva grand support deaplta tha
fact that tha team they ehaor la tha
tall-ender. . . - ...
Long Bobby ' Oroom ' and . Deacon
' Wright. Oakland's premier twlrler, ac
cording" to the records, were pitted
,- agalnat each other in the first game,
and though tha same number of safeties
. was scored off of each. Groom was the
Unsteady boy and to this fact he owes
. his defeat With the bases full he
: walked Eagan. forcing in a run. The
Seat minute Bliss hit him a baby
ouncer which he could have easily
manipulated to execute a double play,
'- - but he was over-anxious and juggled
' the sphere until all were safe.
In the second game Pernoll, late of
, . Grants Pass, waa pitted agalnat Carnea.
While the Portland novitiate walked alx
, Commuters, Ws offerings were harder
- to hit than were those of Carnea. Mora.
' over, the locals bunched their swats In
' good style and rolled up a safe soore
. early in the game. , Hera are tha offl--dal
tally aheeta: -.. . .
: , '"-W first Oeme. ":" I
; ,7 . Oakland. ,
- ' .... ''''''' - ab. r. h. po. a. b.
fmtth. If ............ 4 1114 4
Van Halt ran, of 1114 0
Haltmullr,.rf ....... 4--a-
- Kagan, as ........... t 0 '1 . 1 , 4
1 Bliss, o- t o ,0 1 1 1
, Bigbee, lb 0 ' 1 11 1
Haley, lb ........... 4 4 .14.1
r I'overeaug; tb ....... 4 . , i .. I-., t
Wright, ; a i
Uasbwood, 0 . a 4 .
Casev. lb 4 0 1
Burdett. cf .......... 4 11
Baasey. If ,, 4 i t
Atherton, lb ......... 4,9
...........II t I IT 11 f
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
1 i f
McCreaie, rf ........ 4
MOlt, SO ...... 4
ay, ss t
oore, a .it........; t
Groom, p ........... I
I ' " ' : ' . )
, 4,., - . ...v, , 4, 4- ,y . .jof- - WsV--aaa 4 -V-I iftv dsr.-.
KELSO LEADS HIE
Jumps to First Position by
ST. JOHNS SHUTS OUT
TnE BOHEMIAN CLUB
Springer, the Apostles' New T wirier,
Proves a Wonder and Hcores 10
Strikeouts la Game at HiU Park
- -Brews Defeat Indians, .
TRI-CItT LEAOTJB STANDING. .
Won. v IdOmU P C
Thla U Matt McGrath of tha New York A. C. who has established a
; new record In throwing tha 11-pound hammer. ,: Although MGrath
. . baa established his supremacy over John Flannlgan, the world's
- champion, his throw otrl75 teet, 8 Inches. andof Tf7l"tt. lnchea, are
not accepted as records, because of a' technicality, McGrath will
"'-nndonbtedlT supplant Flannlgan on the record. list. --;' ;' " '-
Totals ...... ;..:,, l, f IT It J
SCORB BT INNINGS.
Oakland t 0 t 0 9 1
Hits .M. ..0lltl.e
Portland, . r......l 0 0 0 f i
Hits ...... ........1 1 14 1 4
' " SUMMARY. ' " ' -
' Stnrek out--By Groom, I; by Wright,
fl. Bases on balls Off Oroom. I. Two.
base - hit Burdett. . Double ' play
Oroom to Atherton: Stolen bases Bas.
say. Bl'bee (J), Haley. Burdette.' Hit
by pitohed ball Bllas. First baaa on
; errors Oakland. 1. Wild pitch Oroom.
Jeft on baees Oakland. 10; Portland. I.
Time of gams 1 hour 60 minutes, Urn
plre Perrins. , ,
: ..'': - ' OAKLAND- - .'
i. AB. R. U,
Pralth, If l i o
, Van Haltrsn, ef ..... '0
neitmuiier, ri ....... 1
, lOagan, ss I
Paahwood, o ........ I
, Blgbea, lb .......... t
Haley. 2b 4
(inTimui, to S
SKLTnea. n . a
ToUla ........... . I T IT It 4
. PORTIJIND. ;
"A ' .V ' ' x AB.R.H.PQ.A.S5.
"J'a .... . i s
5uraene, cz ......... I
Basiey, If ........... I
Atherton, ' lb- ........ 4
McCredle, rf ........ 4
Ionahua, 4 4
Mott, tb 8
Fay, as I
r pernoll,! p . .,...,.. t
ToUls ...... .... 7 it it 14. .
V' SCORB' BT INNINOS.
. Oakland , .......1 OOOOtOOl 1
Hits ..1101041 It f
Portland, ,...t 0 0 1 4 t k
'. , . SUMMART. -. -
'i Btr1uek ut By Carnes, 4; by' Pernoll.
' f. .Bases on i bailsJ-oxf Carnea, 4; ofi
pernoll, 4, 'Two-base hits Caaey, Mo
Credle. Devereaux. Sacrifice hits Van
llaltren, Mott. Stolen baeea-HeltmuI-,
Jer. Baeaey ft), Donahue. Hit by
, pitohed ball "Burdette i. Pass ball
; Bliss. First base on errors Portland,
1. Left on bases Portland, 11; Oak
land, I. Time of game S hours 10
. mlnutss. Umpire Perrlns. t. i .
. NOTES OP THB Q AMB V
Portland's' seora In tha first gams
' waa made In the flrat Inning on a
" -i double by Burdette, aslngla by Casey
and an out by Atherton, Oakland scored
her two runs In tha fifth, x Smith and
Van Haltren eaoh put a grounder bv
' Mott, then Oroom walked Heltmullnr,
T filling the bases. He then walked -.
a-an, forcing in a run. Bllaa came up
with an easy grounder, which Bobby
fumbled, letting In the second run. Che
, bide waa then retired on two fouls snd
" a fly to Basasy. .
Funnr how Burdette -got his baae
twice in ' the second game yeaterdaV.
, , BoHw times he was hit by a fourth ball,
'T JfTTh. had he dodged jt. Would have
-tit him on his station anyhow. .-,
'J e .
In the second gams the ' vlaltnrs
Started the scoring by putting Smith
over In the first inning. He started
. with a walk; a aacrlfke hy Van-Haltren
and a safety by lieltmuller did
" the reat- Pernoll was the flrat Port
lander to score. He lined out a pretty
bit In the third inning, advanced to
- third an Casey a double and scored on a
single by Bassey. With tha tallies
seven to one agalnat them 'the visitors
rang the -bell onoe more in me nimn.
Blabes started on a walk and Haley and
Devereaus brought him In on safe bin
Catcher fillaa had to Quit the first
gams because Bobby Oroom soaked him
in the arm. The big sx-unl varsity star
took his exit to heart so much that he
actually put-his hands over his race
and-aobbed. Daahwood took his place,
only to hare a finger nail torn off in
tha middle of the second gams. . There
waa a wait of II minutes, during which
time Blias went to the elubhouae, put
on his uniform and switched places ones
mora with the change catcher.
, - - e e ',-.-
Burdette, tha new center fielder. Is
becoming a favorite among tha fan a
While he strikes out often and so far
has landed aafs but few times, be
swings hard and his hits are usually
for mors than one base. Then ha haa
proved himself somewhst of a star at
baaerunntag. Hs scored Portland's only
run tn the first game on a grounder to
Haley, timing hla start at exactly the
right moment. Had Oroom been as spt
a little later when on third he would
have tied the score instead of dying on
tha bag. ,. '.":'..
. Donahue, Bassev. snd McCredle among
them scored 10 of the It hits sredlted
ta Portland in the second same yester
day.. Donahue cot four out of four
each got three.
while Baaaey and McCredle
hrea. ' Baasev WSS at . bat
twloa more, and sarh time he pounded
out a long one. Van Haltren pulled
down ens in tha most sensational catch
of ths day, while Heltmuller picked the
other off tha right field fence. . ,
a '...'. .?-.
" Mott Is becoming worse snd worse.
Last week hs got but one hit out of II
times at bat, scoring the miserable aver
age of .047. The previous week he. got
but two hits. In the field hs Is good
only when ths ball la hit right at him.
or when it comes on a very easy bounce.
Mott haa been mora careful la his
throwing of late, and might be com
mended for , that, but at present he
look a by far the weakest spot in Port
land's field. Yesterday be escaped at
least two errors Just became he mis
judged ths groundee so bsdly that he
missed It entirely. If Mott does not
do several hundred per cent better thla
week he ought to be bounced. . Bchimpff
would do infinitely better at third.
While - hs might make a few er
rors, hs would gather In some shots
that - Mott never geta near. And his
batting could hardly be worse. ... ,
. e e - . .
'' San ' Francisco and Portland begin a
aerlss at Athletlo park tomorrow.. .
" Why does' McCredle persist In put
ting Atherton high in the batting IlstT
The first baseman is one of the poorest
hitters In the team and by far the poor
est runner. He has repeatedly had op
portunities to win the game for Port
Isnd by a safe hit, but hs practically
never makes good In a pinch. "Mao'
took a stes In ths right direction when
he put Mott down farther. He should
f:o on with tha aood work. Right hers
t mav bs said thst he made no mistake
In nutting Caaev first In ths llsti Caaey,
while not a brilliant batter, always hits
with a fnlrlv rood aversge. More, he
ran be defended upon to get his base
on balls If it Is po""lhls to do so,. and
whan hs geta there ha can run. .
v . Start Win pisputed Game.
Tha Holladay Maroone and ths Star
A Stars played an Interesting game of
ball at Mllwaukls Sundsy. Ths score
was T to I in ths seventh Inning, with
Holladay' on. the big snd.. Ths BUrs
scored four runs In tha eighth Inning,
but In the melee the Star A Stars
claimed that they acored i five.' al
though the acorekeeper had ,nnly re
corded four. The apectatora swarmed
upon the field and thin delayed the
game and durtn that time the score
card was borrowed by aome . a been t-
The game was well phtyed through
out and tha spectators wers kept on
f he.features of the rarne waa. for the
Stars, a great catch by the left fielder.
Fatty frcy. the lOO-pounil catcher of
the Stars, fall. A to ft Ma usual home
run, but he succeeded In his attempt
tn knock the wind out of tha Hnlladey
shortstop pisno-legged Uelney, and the
human toothpick that played first base
for the Maroons. -
-For Holladay, Sheea, Negle, Manning
and David Mullen, all played a nice
fielding and bitting game. Crosby got
ths longest hit of ths game. Hs hit
the ball on the noes and took a trip
around the bases unmolested.
Ths umpire decided that the Star A
Stars . were right about tha score In
their half of the ninth; the Star A
Btars claim tha game by the eoore of
Pennsylvania Rifle Shoot. - -
(Jearsal Special service.
' Mount Gretna, Pau. Aug. 11. Ths an
nual rifle, revolver ond oarblna compe
titions of ths National Guard of Psnnyl
vanla opened today on the stats rifle
range here. The competitions are to
continue through tha week and will bs
participated In by teams representing
all the Infantry regiments and cavalry
troops belonging to tha National Guard
Tha svsnts that make up tha program
Include a regimental match, rapid fire
match. Infantry skirmish match, bri
gade match, Bradley match, - cavalry
match, cavalry skirmish match; officers'
revolver match, revolver match for en
listed men, expert revolver match,
"Governor's Medal" match, and the long
range, match at distances of 104 and
1,000 yarda, . , . : .
i i. i - . n . i ...
- Honors Even at "Frisco.
Meeraal Sseeial Service.)
San Francisco, Aug.- it. Ths Seals
and Angels divided honors here yester
day, Los Angeles taking the morning
Iraine and San Francisco taking tha ons
a ths afternoon. Scores; .
Morning game. ' R. H. B.
Los Angeles ..0 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 t 0
San Francisco. 00040000 0 0 4
. Batteries Burns and Eager; (ones
Afternoon gams. ' R.H.R.
Los Angeles ..1 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 01 t
San Francisco, OOOt.4 041 I 1
Batteries Hosp snd Hogan; Joy and
Street. Umpire Derrick. y
Lane-Davis Defeated. '''...'' .
The Lsue-Davls Juniors ' were de
feated yesterday by the Stephens nins
In an eleven Inning contest by ths score
of li to li. The Laue-Davls Juniors
would like to "play ths Stephens at the
sams grounds September first. They
slso claim ths championship over any
team In Oregon under K, For games,
write Willie Stepp HI East Twenty
eighth street. North Portland.
r-h V Dakota Tennis Tourney. ,v y
lJoora.1 Special BarVtce.) "
Grand Forks, N. . D., Aug. It. The
sixth annual tournament of the North
Dakota Tennis association opened
auspiciously today on the courts of the
Town snd Gown club. Nesrly all of ths
best players of the Red River valley
are entered In the various events thst
maks up the program, which It- w.111
take an entire week to decide. -
& SUNDAY AMATEUB SCORES '
At Oreshim Gresham, . 11; .Oregon
At Pnrlngfleld -Springfield, . t-lS;
Drain, i 1 i
At McMlnnvllle McMlnnvllle, it;
Soldiers, 7. -
At Oanby Canby, T; Northwest Oun
Club, E.N i :..;..:: .i...
S NATIONAL LEAGUE. ;
At Cincinnati Cincinnati, 1-1; Brook
lyn. 1-J. .
At St. Louis St. Louts, l-l; Boston,
At Chicago Chicago. 1-1; Philadel
phia, 0-0. . ..ji-- , - -
Chapman to De Admiral.
8pecial Dtasateb te Tb. inaraal.)
Astoria. Or., Aug. It, The Astoria
reaatta committee has selected C. C
Chapman of Portland, as admiral of this
years regatta. tu nas nnuueri me
committee of his acceptance of ths
honor. ". ' i
NOHTinVEST LEAGUE '
At Seattle Seattle. ; Vancouver, .
At Aberdeen Aberdeen, -4; Taooma,
Kelso ...... ...... .....II
Frskes ............... .14 !
Woodburn, .......... .11
St. Johns .............It
Astoria ............... I
Cuba I .
Trunks ............... I
TESTERDATS TRI-CTTT RESULTS.
At Kelso Tigers l-l. Trunks l-t.
At St. Johns Apostles - t, Bohs
At Woodburn Brewers I. Indiana, 0,
Frakes and Cubs No gams.
It was all Springer at St Johns yes
terday and tha Bohemians returned to
their city of stilts, lugging with them a
baaketfull of goose-eggs, r Mr. Springer,
he of the good southpaw, and the big
curves, was ths hero of ths hour at
Hill Park and Charlie Moore la con
gratulating himself that ha haa at last
found a pitcher that can relieve him In
tha box when necessary.
Tha Astoria Bohemians came down
with their bat bags full of base hits,
but after a session with the elongated
twlrler from Newberg they, decided not
to use them, that la, not very many.
They managed to aqueese out five dur
ing the game and sayl it was amusing
to notlos with what regularity Mr.
Springer sent 'em down to the water
bucket He had. 14 strikeouts credited
to bis prowsss. There were 17., but
Brock missed the third strike, which
waa a vicious out drop and the nimble
footed batter reached the first station.
Phlffer. who officiated on ths mound
for Astoria, waa not ao slow himself.
but several bad fumblea and throwa be
hind him allowed the Apostles to score
when a little tight playing would have
kept the men on bases. Jameson, who
was lately relieved by ths Trunkmakars.
held down first base for ths fisher lad
dies and Mr. Springer added him to his
string also. About three times three
tha portly gentleman punohed holee In
the oione. It waa a good game, how
ever, and the work- of both teams as a
whole waa clean-cut and clever. -
Bow ths Apostles Scored. ' '
' Bt Johns secured, runs In ths first,
third and ninth in the following- man
ner: Hlnkle hit a hot one to Jameson,
who could not handle It, Johnson bunted
and Phlffer fumbled the bunt. McKay
struck out. Charles Moors singled and
Hlnkle scored. Johnson was caught at
second by a pretty throw by Kelt.
Trowbridge new out to right field. In
ths third Borlnger walked. Hlnkle hit to
Graham, who fumbled and threw wild
to first. Johnson sent a beauty into
center garden, scoring Springer' and
Hlnkle on the drive, but was fielded out
at second. McKay and Charles Moore
popped out to second and center .field.
In tha ninth Johnson singled. McKay
fanned the osons. Charles Moore llnad
one out to right field, scoring Johnson.
Troworiage nit to right. Madden tried
tn catch Moore at the plate, made a bad
tnrow or it ana anotner chalk mark for
Bt. Johna. Brown bunted to saueeaa
Trowbridge In from third, Graham
fielded tha bell but mads a bad throw
of it to ths plate and Trowbridge added
another notch to the-tally stick. Brown
wss caught at - seoond by a fielders'
choice and to and ths inning Brock
needed a drink and Phlffer accommo
dated him by sending; him te the bucket.
Astoria got a man around to third once
or twioe, but he got no farther, - aa
Springer would immediately get busy
and retire the side. . ...
Hlnkle. If. ........... 4 t 10 0
Johnson, cf. 4 1 t 0.1
McKay, rf. 4 4 0 4 0
v nas. moo re, id...... s i
Trowbrldre. as. 1 1
Brown, tb. 4 ' 6
Clark Moore, lb. .... 4 0
urocK. e.. 4 o
Springer, p. ...., 1.1
Totals ............14 I I If 4
A.B. R H. P.O. A !
Graham, lb. ., 411,11
Pools, ir. 4
Blossom, ss. 4
Jameson, lb. ........ I
Griffith, tb. . 4
Maaavi, rr. 4
Kelt, c I
Jackson, cf. ......... I
Phlffer, p. .......... I
11 1 I
1 1 i
Totals .'.;..'.:;.. It It It
Brown out tn field fly, sixth Inning.
SCORB BT INNINGS.
St Johns ....... .1 0 t 0 0 S
Hlta ...........t 0 1 0 4 0 0 1
Astoria ...... ....0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 00
Hita ...e t 1 1 i 1 1 i i i
' ' - SUMMART.
Struck out By Springer. It: Phlffer.
T. Bases on balls Off Springer. I; off
Phlffer, 4. Double play Kelt to Jame
son, to Griffith. - Stolen bases Charles
Moors, t; Blossom, Phlffer. Passed ball,
battery error Krock. Wild pitch, bat
tery error Phlffer. First baas on er
rorsSt. Jehns, '4; Astoria, 4. Earned
runs Bt. Johns. I; Astoria, 0. Left on
on the Coast
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In Any Uncomplicated Ailment
in the World
Let Me Guide You on Your
Way to Regain Your Health
and Renew. Your Strength
Do yon feel that you are not the
man you once were! Do you feel
tired In the morning and easily ex
hausted T Is your back weak?' I.;
your memory fallingT Do you have .
difficulty in fixing your thoughtst.
Are you losing ambition? .If you.
have, any or all of tha above aymp-
- toms. you surely do not desire te -remain
In your preaent condition.
Let me explain to you my methods
of rebuilding the vigor of m.n, and
'refer yoa to the thousands , I have
. cured. .. . : , , ,. - . i ',
. - ' .- . J: ' -
The Only Diseases 1 Treat :
xwrmatorrlioea, Xast Tlfor, Taii.
eooals, Knptare, Piles, - Hydrooela. .
Organle WeaJraess. Ooatag-toaa Blood
1 Diseases, Aevte and Ohxonlo Ure-
- taral aad osale tnflamssatlon.
,, ' Bl TATX.OB,
. Tke Xeadlag sTpsolalist.
I Never Guess
Experiment or take chances of
any sort.' I attempt to euro only
those dlssaaea that I have been '
curing for tha past It years, and
feel aura I am Justified In. saying '
that I have learned . all about '
them. Wsrs I lacking In knowl
edge pertaining to my .specialty
X would never have attained my
present suocess. nor would I to-'
day be recognised aa the leading
specialist treating- men's diseases.
If afflicted, yew eaa depend upon
It that tha service Z offer you Is
the eervlce . you need, and la
service such aa can be rendered
by no other physician.
Pay. r,. e When
You Arc Cured
.This Is My Fair Offer to
' An average of one man In five haa
varicocele. Most men that have thla
dragging, draining weakness are not
a wars of It until it -haa wrecked their
Uvea . Varicocele causes congestion '
ef ths blood In some of the most
; vital blood veaaels of man. It causes
a dull, heavy, listless feeling which
' Is often mistaken for nervous de
bility or general decline of power.
FREE CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION
I Invite' every weak or diseased man to al) for free advice. and
If desired I will make a free ex amlnatlon and diagnosis, but the visit
will not obligate him In any way to become my patient. Of floe hours,
a. m. to f p. m.; Sundaya 10 to 1 only. it ' .
Patients living out of the e lty and coming to Portland for treat
ment will . 'be' furnished with Tl ne room free of charge. Check your
trunks direct to lit V Morrlsoa a treet. . , ; ' t
. My cures ef this disorder 'are per
manent and lasting. JTo Vmtoa thst
stimulate temporarily, but thorough
ly scientific, treatment for - the re
, movat of conditions responsible for '
, ths functional dsrangement. "Weak-
ness" 1s merely a aymptom ef in
flammation or congestion la the
, ytostate gland, and under my nm
' original looal treatment this gland
la promptly restored to Its normal
stats and complete react! oa al activity
' Is the lasting result. v t
t . . . "' ; ,, ,
The Dr. Taylor I Co.
bases St Johns, 4; Astoria. T.. Hits
made Off Springer, I; off Phlffer, 4.
Time of - game t hours. Umpire
Cheyne. Bcorsr flmlth. -v
- Kelso TVlns Two Gamea. 1
Kelso. Wash, Aug. 11. By taking
both games of ths double' header from
the Trunks yesterday, Kelae Jumped Into
the lead tor the pennant In the Trl-Clty
The feature of tha morning game
waa the pitohing of Colman for Kelso,
who held the Trunks down to four
scattered - hits snd caused It of the
enemy to fan the atmosphere.
In ths first Inning of the seoond gams
ths Trunks hit Hull for two doubles
and a single, netting them two runs.
After this they never were dangerous.
Taylor for ths Trunks pitched fine ball
for four innings, after which ths Tigers
hit him freely and succeeded In count
ing eight times. The summsrtes.
First game Earned runs Kelso, I;
Trunks. 1. Hits Kelso, 7; Trunks, 4.
Sacrifice hits Kelso, t. Stolen bases
Kelso, ; Trunks, I. Struck out By
Colman, It; by Barnhart, tr by Day. I.
Batteries For Kelso, Colman and Mil
ler; for Trunks, Barnhart, Day and
Schoala Umpire Burnslde. .
Second game Earned runs Kslso, 4;
Trunks. I. Hits neiso, 10; irunaa, .
Sacrifice hits Kelso, I; Trunks. 1.
Stolen bases Kelso, t. Struokout By
Hull, ; by Taylor, I. Battsrles Kslso,
Hull snd Miller; Trunks, Taylor and
McKlnloy. Umpire Burn sine,
, Indiana Flay Ragged Ban.
Wnndhurn. Aus?. it. The Woodburn
team was shut out here yesterday after
noon by the North Pacific. Brewers by
a score of I to . Ths principal cause
of the horns team'i defeat was thsir In
ability to connect with the delivery of
JrMtcner litnemicni, woo w
have everything and held them to a
single hit. With two out In the third
lnnlns-. an error and two hits netted the
Brews four runs. Thsir fifth run wss
made . In the eighth. Jsrman pitched
good ball for the home team, but hla
support was ragged at critical stages,
where a perfect play would have re
tired tne aiae ana cm ok r.
The score by innings:
Summary Struck out Habernicht,
: Jermaa. 4. wasee on oaiis Ger
man. 1. Hit by pitched ball Haoer
nlcht, 1; Jerman, 1. Two-base hits
Turk, Lodell. Stolen bases Fry, Mo
Bride. John Hunt. Saerlnce hits Sho-
v Imtt on bases Brewers, I; Wood-
burn, I. Tims. 1:40. Umpire Qulss.
- Stereos Nine Victorious.
Ths Stsvens nins defeated the Laue-
Davls nine yestsrdsy morning in a
11-lnnlnjr gams by the score of 11 to
11, at Twelfth and East Davis streets.
Ths feature of the game wa ths home
run ty U. inurnnn mnu
gams that tne L.aue-uavi inirq
man tut up. The Stevens wouia use
a game with the Forest Grove nine on
their grounds September 1. For games
call up or write Ira Voaa, 414 Esst 17th
The line-up of the morning, game was:
a.na - jLaue-Davts.
Nelson .e.. ......... Montane
Voss. ..p-ef.. ..... .... w Keys
Nelson ss. .. . M ...... . JLraon
Marteln... lb. ,. Brlu
Thurkelson .tb.. ...... ... . . . Btepp
Schmidt. ...... .lb.... Hsndrlckson
O'Nell. . . i If .. D. Keys
Chrlstren. ....... rf. ....... . conn-rauts
Carbonlo ' acid gas and
pllanosa. nuaeroaca m
The want ads will bring about a good
many transactions today and at leaat
one of them should concern you. - .
FANS THROW MONEY AT BALL
PLAYERS IN THIS PARADISE
(Special Dwpstea te Tbs JooroaL)
Seattle, Wash, Aug. It. Alaska Is a
paradise for ball players who want to
spend a short summer vacation and pick
up aome easy money on ths Bids.. Ths
players who lsft Seattle a couple of
months ago to play with Skagway, Ju
neau and Whits Horse are beginning to
drift tn now. and they all look fat and
saaay and havs bulging money bag
Orover W. Boyle and Paddy Welch,
Ditchers well known here, got la Friday
on the Cottage City.
Boyle ueed to pitcn ror nauara wn-i
he was signed last spring to pitch for
Vancouver. But when BoyW got ready
to report ths Vsncouver team was so
In tha cellar that he did not
cars to Join the club. ' H went to Skag
way to pitcn int game" n m r"iui
of July and his team won ths White
Unrmm nh.ilanva run snd the Klrmse
cup, snd now Is ths undisputed champion
01 m league. .
Boyls says ths fans up there toss
money st the players upon the slightest
provocation, tie goi sj in one Mam.
for strikeouts, one fan throwing- him a
dollar when struck a batter out In a
pinch and a doaen othsre following bis
exempts. He shut White Horss out
without a hit or run In one of ths im
portant gamea and was an uncrowned
king around Skagway for a while after
"Father V Tom" Kelly pitched and
played the outfield for Skagway, and he
once beat Juneau, allowing his oppon
ents but two hita Tom led ths league
In batting and got tit for a timely
single that drove in two runs. Tom still
haa all the money that was tossed him
and will be back pretty soon , to buy
some more Seattls real eatste.
Paddy Welch still belongs to the Se
attle league team, and aa he Is In pretty
good thape now, he may report to Dug
dale this week. Paddy got his measlea
iust before the season began, snd when
ie reported for work hs waa weak and
shy on control. Dugrlala had been bank
ing on Paddy to maks good this year,
for the stocky- fellow has a world of
ped and good curvea when h Is right,
lie may loin the club snd finish like a
whirlwind, for Boyle says hs pitched
good ball In Alaska.
Jo Chevalier, who started the Season
with Dugrlale, likes Juneau so Well that
he may stay there this winter. "Red'
llearne also took part in some of the
gamea, but he cams back to Seattle sev
eral wseks ago, .-.-. '
nTAKJSKZD ST YXAM jw roiTLAKB. .
WILL TEZAT AST grjroUl VVooitTIJOARD
.-v unrr rom gue. v- -'
NO PAY UNLESS CUaSD
A UPB.LOMG CURB FOR
blood poisov, sxn vaxAua. soizs, vlozm, stbio.
TtraX. TAUOOOXLX. ' XTSBOOZLX, VTXVOUt PXGLTJTK,
-wxAJtxxaa, soxoauoxa,- crsaoiia bdjxabxs or net
KTDVXTS AJTO PaORATX. AXO AIX kXOEAIi SrSZAaXB.
Tea will sow- find that we are tonowlng oat the plans ef science la oar treatmsnt ef
the varioes dumas ef m.a. W especially tavit all an sfflteted wltk ehra4a au
nts or say scots eoaoiuoss reeaauz cua mcita, we ear vm mr enrea sor lire.
Oar reliability and flnaaoial steading Is saqnaitioned sad froai records, wbleh. If
wiaa to d se, yoa say loss ap aaa ?: wiu una uii w ra au we eiaiai to .
la anfMatoaal stsadlns and tha eieeat speelaUsta la the city, ss this tastltatioej
has beea her for 2T years aad has aa aaresroaaaable repuUUo.
It will not eost yea anything te call at ear efflee, aad by so doing It stay save ya
sraeh tlm. aad SMney, eas If w essaot ear sm w will hoaestly aad traokly
tall yoa ss, sad yea will sot bs aader ssy fl asocial bllgatloa te aa, .
1Ye want every ma la (he cecslry who Is tlCIclcd io vrri::
. vs tbont his tllsest WE CURE TCU AT C31IL
BtOOD rOISOaT There eoaw a time la year " Mr where, after yne hav tried alt
kaui Mta. sarlnaa. ale., that von siv s alt son. aad at times too eosa1)ai
HI very dark. Yea have spest S greet deal of BMasy trying to h relieved and yet hav
Ivad a reaalt. we wui ear yea ei Tear araaaea aiuor eaa oj oar meiBooa we
ao sot as any Srsgs that till ranee any sad offsets se deetroy yoa esostttnUoa,
aad se a before It is te lata.
smvows nniUTT Ims at .nam. win sower, lack at eoaeentrstisa it tkoorVf
lose of neaxwr, which waabeaa year ntir mua, iraatai aa well ae sari
lowarvd vlUllty f the serve aad pfcrstral eeaditlo I straaaiheaad se
itesa. matal aa well ae yhysieal. This
sadltloa I traaalMaaa a that In a
short tine yoa will bay your erlflaal atrsagth aad h yoarssU agala.
aHXTniATlBlt Both aesta sr chronlrrsr. vsrltg tanas, eared stay eand far Ufa.
Oar stethods sr aaeieelled aad aeteatine..
TAJtlOOOIXS Is s dlsessed eaadlrloa f the semtal veins. It stay' ft' caased by
blows, kirks, falls, heavy lUtlag, Basana, early IsaUearatloa r Buy he a eystptosi esjy
of sosss spsnlal weakoes. ... -. ,
Tha'preper treatment eanahrta ef leeai appHeatloa for tb parpes ef dispelling the
stagnant blond and contracting th swollea win, aa wll aa Internal asedJceUoa
trengthea the aar.es which govera .th blood sappbj to thes vataa.
Thoorb eaoslng yoa ao troabl at th seaseat ttaw, year Tarteorele will. If paraUtted
to go wtthost U sroper treatsssat, Isaaalr ssd Sastray th lsaata ei vtUUty.
HOURS t a. m. to p. m-i
It aooa. , . '
Xvenlnga, T te f :!4 Sundays, t a. m. te
St. Louis ' Ssrslesl
oomzfXB noon awd r.
Diseased of Women
I A niCC FEMALE WEAKNESS. GENERAL DEBIt
lfUlCZ9 ITY, NERVOUS TROUBLES, UNHEALTHY
DISCHARGES, PAINFUL OR IRREGUJUAR MONTHLY SICK
NESS, safely and fpeedily relieved. If in trouble call or write.
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS. Medicine sent everywhere by mail
or express in plain wrapper, free from exposure.
Dr. T. J. Pierce
181 FIRST ST,
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