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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENINO, SEPTEMBER 14, 1907.
aEWSiP THE SPORTING WORLD
FORTY RUflS IN
THREE DAYS' PLAY
--That's--the- Record Coast
Leaguers Have Made ;
' Here This Week. '"
OAKLAND CAPTURES -i
Bombardment of Fences Continue,
but This Time Commuters Carry
TOffrFirtt HonorsTln : '"10 "to 5
Score;;';-""-..",'' ; ; .
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. 'J
. Oakland 10. Portland (.
'.San Francisco 8., Los Angeles I. ,
...... " " -.'
; STANDING OF THE CLUBS. '
., .... - won, Lost , P.
Los Angeles .....81. 4
San Franclaco . ..84 ' 13
Oakland 81 ,78
Portland .. .81 ' 1
Forty run In Uiri gamei! That's
about th record for the Paclflo Coast
, lea (-via. but that' what has been don
. at Athletic park 1n,tha paat t braa day a
by McCredle's bunch of. ball pi ay art ami
tha hired men of George Van Haltren.
, And the games ware not nearly so bad
aa tha scores would seam to Indicate.
Criticised from the viewpoint of "baso-
wirTH8 siiuuid iw play fa."' mT'"
much better than many In which the
runs have been fewer And th errors
more', numerous. . ' r:'..Z
Wednesday Portland won from Oak-
'land by 4 aoore of to t. Thursday It
waa.T to 4 and yesterday Oakland
turned th tables In tha three-daya'
, swat-feat and bore away 10 runs to
Portland's S. , Like th two prevtoue exhibitions..-It
was a slugging contest
pur and simple, but this time the
Commuters won out. ,
2raoU Seeks-Cores. ' '
-- Henry H. Pernoll. th piano-lea; kid,
who mad such an aueplclou debut lu
profeaaionat baaeball last July, waa
compelled to eeek cover before the end
of the third Inning. The Oaks batted
out four runs off him In the first. He
went through the second all right, but
he let the bases fill up and run over In
the third: so Knnon Callff, he of the
' brilliant 1908 record, waa delegated to
tnan the guns. '
At the end of the third the aoore was
T to 4. Callff waa effective for a couple
Of Innings snd the home guard began to
see In h heavy awata of the locale an
other victory. But in the alxth the vis
itors landed heavily on the Oregon City
man and cinched the game for them-
. elves. -
The Beavers showed their - love for
fenc araln by hitting it three times
Burdette hit the right field boards for
a two-bagger ana uaaeey anacaeey eacn
sent a three-bagger all the way to the
limits of the left field enclosure. '
"Heinle" Heitmulier, who is ngntmg
"Wtth Truck Began for premier batting
honors In the Oakland team this" week,
ent two long two-swata to th -left
field fence. The official acore:
t '..A3. R. H. PO. A. E.
Wright. If. .......... S O 11
Haley, Jb 4 t IS
Van Haltren, cf ..... 4 1 S O
Eagan, se. S 1 0 1
Dash wood, C.
. Blable. lb
4 11 t 0 0
4 1 111 t I
Devereaux. Sb. 110
Cates, p., 4 11 0
Total ST 10 11 ST IS S
AS. R. H. PO. A. E.
Casey, Sb. .
S 1 S S 4 0
S01S 4 0
s s i i o o
S 1 S II 0 0
4 11 10 0
4 0 1 0 4 1
4 0 0 S S 0
1 0 0 0 1 0
1 0 0 110
tsmmmmj, tx. .........
Donahue, lb ........
McCrcdl. rf.- .......
Mott Sb.-. ..........
Schimpff, ss. ........
Byrnes, a. .,
PernolL p. v.........
Total ., ....:s I I 17 U I
. . SCORE BY INNINGS., . 1
Oakland ...4 0 t 0 0 S 110 010
Hits ....I 0 S 0 0 S S 1 011
Portland 0 IS 41 0 000 I
- Hits 0 S S 1 S 0 0 0 0 S
' ' .SUMMARY. - .. -! V
Struck out By PernolV 1;" by Callff.
t; by Cates, S. Baaea on balls Off
PernolU J: off Callff- t: off Catea. 1.
Two-baa hits Heltmuller. 1; Schimpff,
Burdette. Three-baa hits y Cssey,
Baasey. Double play Schimpff to
Casey to Donahue. Stolen baaea Ha
ley. Donahue, Mott Hit by pitched
balls Devereaux, Bassey. First base
on errors Oakland.--wild pitches
Callff. Left on bases Oakland.
Portland, S- Innings- pitched By Per-
noll S 1-8; callff, s 2-8. Baa bits Off
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' Reading from left to right, back
liama, left field; 'Walter Moye, third
row Roy Moore, pitcher; Tom Williams catcher; Clay Freeman, first
IS AN ACCIDENTAL CHAMPION
TommyBjrns la. more or less of an
accidental' champion," said Jack Twin
Sullivan recently In Boston. , "I fought
Burns in Los Angeles and we naa a
good scrap. I won. - Burns Is a con
fident sort of a fellow. He never thinks
of being beaten. . Evidently he thought
m a cinch, for ha cam around a day
or two before the fight and aaked me
if I waa atuck on splitting th purs
even, as w haaUagreed to in the ar
1 said I dldn t car, and Tommy sug-
fested 60 and 40. so we let it go at
hat. His loser's end, 40 per cent.,
didn't amount to much. He was an easy
mark at that time. AH he had was
a poor left hand and a right swing that
might knock your head off if It landed.
luet stuck mv left into nis race an
the time and hla right fell short. He
could only slap me on th back with It,
while I mad a muas of his features.
After the nght I learned that Burna
had - bet-84 en- hlmeel f whlob- w I th
his training- " expenses, left him flat
"McCarev liked Burns snd to neip nim
Out of th hoi and get him a little
PernoU, 4joff Calif f7. .Tim of game
1 hour, 65 mlnutea. Umpire Derrick.
. ..' ': NOTES OF THE GAMB '
The,' McCredlea have accepted th
challenge of the Kelso team of ths Trl
Clty lea gu for a match and Monday
the Beavera will Journey to tha Waah
Ington' town and cross bats .with the
minor leaguers. It remains to bs seen
whether th Kelso fans-will bet-thst
15.000 they have been making auch a
noise, about sine they lssusd th defL
MoCrdl ha announced that"haTiai
secured Outfielder Ryan of the Pueblo
club and Shortston Lynch of ths En
Clair club. Ryan oelonga to th Boa
ton Americana and Lynch played for
a time with the Chicago Whit Sox. Tb
players ar . expected her within a
"MeCredls atUl looking orRaftery
and Johnson of ths South Atlantic
league, whom he bought some time ago.
The pair may be her in tlm to appear
in uniform tomorrow. .'
v . : e ' . .
Mott has been playing better ball dur
ing th paat few -weeks than at any
prevloua tlm during th seaaon. And
he has been hitting muoh better. But
h certainly falls down when It comes
to head work. Yesterday Mott had tha
easiest chance in the world to complete
a double play and retir th aide, but he
did not know 'What to do until it was
too late. , Catea was on aecond and
Wright on first in tha sixth Inning.
Haley hit a faat grounder to Mott.
which the third baaeman fielded cleanly
and quickly. H may have been too far
off his bag to run to it and then throw,
but he could have ahot the ball to sec
ond and Casey would have don the
reat. Mott did throw th ball te sec
ond, but only 'after he - had taken a
lelaurely look about th field and raised
his arm. once and dropped It again. This
niece of work cost Portland two rune.
Mott has dons many thlnga of this same
character in the .past and It is Inex
cusable. When a fielder la crouching In
preparation for a play hs should hsvs
the entire situation on the baaea well In
mind. He ahould even have his mind
mads up ss to what ha ahall do on ths
Instant with a ground ball and what ha
ahall do with a fly ball If perchano It
comes his way. Mott's' system seems
to be to wait until the play starts and
than take tlm to think. '
Oakland and Portland Will play-a dou
ble header tomorrow. . ' . .
- NATIONAL LEAGUE. ;
At Chicago Chicago S. Cincinnati S.
At Jltthurg Plttaburg 4. fit Lou) 0.
At Brooklyn New York S, Brooklyn 1.
- At Boston Philadelphia S-l, Boa
ton -s. - - ;
. ' " .' : AMERICAN LEAGUE. . ' .'
At Si. Louis St Louis S, Chicago 0.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia 0, Bos
ton . - (Thirteen Innings.)
At Detroit Detroit 1-10, Clsvsland
i.a " '
At New-York Washington 10, New
York X. .' ' r . .. : - -
-- - Northwest Leage.I, . f;
At Seattl Seattl I, Tanoma 1. r
At. Spokane Bpokan S, Butt L
Seals Bunch Hit. -
" '(PadAe Cneet Preee Leaaed Wire.)
' San Franclaco, Sept 14. Th Seals
bunched hits on Randolph In th flrat
and third, winning th gam. ,BJj- B
Lns . Angelas. "j" j
San Franclaco. .1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 0
Batterlea Randolph and Hogan; Joy
and. Styeet.. . .
, Fall Racing at Lexington- -
iualted ' Pes . Iaae4 Wire.) "
Lexington. Kv., Sept. 14. A seven
dais' meeting of the Kentucky Racing
aaeoclatlon opened her today and -the
proepects sre for one of th very beet
meeOnge sver held In Lexington. Th
horae hav com back thoroughly sea
soned after tha summer's campaign and
the quality -of the thoroughbrede wllT
make the contention for the stakes snd
pii-aea the keenent on record. There
will be el it rac- dallv. earh race to v-erx-r
S409. Altogether SlllOA la of
ten a In purses. . - j
N'lNE, WHICII CLAIMS THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF
WASHINGTON COUNTY. , ;
row A. Z. Gragg, manager; John
base; John McFee, center field; Albert Foord, second base. Front
chang matched hint with Marvin Hart
When Burns turned in and trimmed
Hart It waa a surprla to everybody.
But he landed In soft and mad th
beat of lt . That was where th Joke
waa on m. I might have had Hart
myaelf. Tommy has had th pick of th
matches ever since,'- but he hasn't die
played any anxiety to take m on again.
"I loat to Kaufman Mas (am way.
Billy Delaney aaked me ' to teach Al
something about boxing. I went to work
with him. -' I like AL He's a game
one. He Isn't sfraid of being hurt In
training he never asked me to go easy.
Ilk Berger. Kaufman never kicked.
"I was working with Al a little when
O'Brien showed up. O'Brien got Kauf
man when hs didn't know much about
the game and trimmed him. O'Brien
waa clever enough to out Kaufman to
pieces without taking a chance. Until
he had Al worn down he ran for his
life, but h won and got a great repu
"I couldn't take At on beoause I was
helping him train. - No mar of that for
me. It interferes with - business. I've
whipped Schreck, Hugo Kelly, Burns
and a lot of others. Now I want to
ngnt Burnt again."
HAYWAED DID NOT i -
EXPECT MUCH OF PAN
- (Special Dispatch to . Tke JearsaL)
TJhlverslty of Oregon, Eugene. Sept
14. From a letter received her from
Trainer . Hayward, who accompanied
Kelly to Jamestown, written before th
race It appears that Kelly waa really
ill. for the trainer said thtt he had llttl
hope of winning th sprints on account
of his sudden drop In condition. Hay
ward said that Dan-Tatr-th -hundred in
9 4-S seconds several tlmea after their
arrival, but two days before the con
test ths climate besaa to have its ef
fect Kelly loet his ginger and Hay
ward did not think ha would do much
at th tlm of writlnr. ,
From this statement It appear that
noiij biiu niwtni inuum not nave
started a soon aa they did. It aeemlng
that there was mors danger from ths
ell ma to, than ths travel, which they
feared particularly. . ,. .
FAST TIME MADE IN '
PEACTICE. AT SALEM
(Special Dlepatch te Tbe JoaraaL)
Salem, Or, Sept 14. A decided sen
sation was sprung at th fairground
track yesterday when Freddy &. entered
for th Lewis and. Clark-stak - by
Charles Clanoy of Seattle, In a practice
trial mad th track In 1:14 and th
flrat half In 1.04t4.. Thla at on nn
him a plac among th favorltea fo
UIVI, mUlia, r- - .
Rubv II.. entered bv Charlaa Jaffura
for the Greater Salem stake, and who.
ui w im rnHDi, naav oeen a lavonte.
taxen very sick with pneumonia
ana ncr mo ia aimoai aeapaired of,
Even if she does recover she la trt,.
ally put out of th reckoning for next
O. A. A. U. Championships.
(Dalted Press LMaed Wire.) ' '
Toronto. Ont, Sept 14. Before a
great crowd of spectators, th flower et
th Dominion amateur athletes met her
ioaay lor ma twenty-fourth annual
track and field championships of ths
Canadian A. A. U. The entry Hat la an
exceptionally fins . one, several hun
dred crack athletes, representing almost
every pert of th Dominion, being en
tered to try conclusions In th various
Th events that make up th program
re as follows: One hundred-yard run,
120-yard run, 440-yard run, 010-yard
yard run, one mil run, on mil relay
race, 120-yard hurdles, five mile run,
running broad jump, running high Jump,
pole vault for height throwing It-pound
weight throwing lt-pound hammer, put
ting lt-pound ahot, throwing dlacus and
aaniiii Bosm a. ui
was ths greatest general th world ha
sver known. - Ballard's Snow Liniment Is
the greatest liniment Quickly cures all
pa In a. It is within ths reach of all. T.
H. Pointer, Hetnpstesd, Texaa. wrltea:
"Thla la to certify that Ballard's Snow
Liniment ha a been uaed In my house,
hold for yesrs snd hss been found to be
sn excellent liniment for rheumatic
palna I am never without It" Bold by
1 1 I II II II " dlseeae
I II 1 1 V " yet th
U If II I J e.aloet te eare WRIK
w mnvn I 1 A I
TO DO. Miay hare
plmplee, epou ea tbe
kin. eerw ta the
tk. alter, fallhx
balr, sane pain, en-
t.rrh, aa4 aoe't Bum.
IT W gLWU rUlSOW. aw -tp- PH.- RKOWw.
Arch St., Phlla1lpbta.' Pane., tot
BROWN'S fetOOD rt BB, 12 00 per Set1l
la.ta eae Btonih. 8oM is Portlaa ealy ay
WamtwaM. Clarke to.
Humphreys, shortstop; Nick WI1-
"base; Harry Batchelder, right field.
Schuit of th Cubs is th only man
en either Chicago team this season who
bas hit for .200 or better. . ,
In a reoent gams between th Waah
Ington team and th Athletloe Oldring
of th Athlatlcs bit for two bases twice
In th sam Inning.
Th Omaha Wsstern leagu team Is
going at a far-you-wll clip, and looks
a sur winner. . ,
, . ' , - e e
Th seaeon's race In th American as
sociation waa a beauty. i .
"Wild Bill" Donovan of Detroit and
"Miner" Brown of Chicago are having It
nip and tuck for premier pitching hon
ors, ' ' .. . ; .
Big sensation la Indiana. A baseball
fan unwilling to dlr for a pasteboard
sneaked Into a gam and was caught
ana unea n. -
e e ..-.'
Another year In th Southern leagu
and "Hoot Mon" McKensls of AUanta
will b a big leagu wonder. , He won
10 of hjs first 12 games.
There ar 64 players on Washington's
drafting list for th season. Sir Joseph
bellevee -In taking -y-eho-oa quality
by going alter a quantity. -' -'
. e e
' Cincinnati fans- predtat that George
SchleL will be another Johnny KUng,
Dots a caiener ana nittar.
. e ' . . '
' Nearly all th wise one ar picking
tne Athletics to win tn American
leagu pennant but outslds of Phlladel.
f hla the matorlty of fans would prefer
o see Cleveland or Detroit capture th
xiag. ... - -, . - -
.V---' e .
It 1 said that If John McClosksy
mnI tA snv WArk Ail "Tin..
Raymond he will have to hire Wlleon
Matthews to manage the human. ml
croba. '. . -
During their last trip th Chicago
Cuba won 11 tif th It same nlaved.
How can you best a team for the jen.
nani mat aoes mis gina ox worm
" - e e
Sh shl Not so loud! A secret Th
American leagu race Is fixed. No on
know for which team It la fixed, but It
I fixed nevertheless. A Pittsburg
scribe says ao. and a Philadelphia "keyboard-,
says so, so It must b so.
e -- "'
Tnths list" bf" youngsters drafted by
the Boston Nationals th nam of
"Pop" Schriver appears. "Pop" had
18 or 20 years experience In major
leagu circles 86 or 40 years ago. ,
Th Aberdeen, Washington, team of
the Northwest league haa a great pitch
arMn Higginbotham. "Roughneck,'' they
call him on th Northwest circuit but
"Roughneck" Is a smooth article at that
e , e
A' sporting editor Of Muskegon,- Mich
igan, haa entered a theological ssmlnary,
and will study for ths ministry. Sport
ing editors are made of good stuff.
Charlie Wagner -of th Boston Amer
icana eeldom says a word whlls on ths
diamond. Bo whsn he roared and
jumped at Umpire "Silk" O'Loughlln
th other day hla fellow player thought
h had gone eraxy. Jt muat have been
a bad decision to get "Wag'a" goat
'WATER COMES HIGH.
New Tork Is Paying Vast Soma for
From . th Kingston Freeman.
New ' York City is now m ploying
about 120 laborers In this county, who
ar paid from 21 to I2.S0 a day. Th
payroll for laborer averages $1,500 a
week. Th payroll of th engineering
department averages 150,000 a month,
and of this at , least half goes to th
msn who ar employed In Ulster coun
ty, live her and . spend their money
her.- ': --.- -
The" salaries of thess men rang from
tt.000 a vear down to 21.000 or less.
Every now and then th 1 t.OOO-e-yeer
cmei engineer or one or in an.uvv-a-year
water commiaalonera vistta th
county and leavea part of his sslary
behind. It la a safe estimate that the
engineering fare apenda 15,000 a week
with the merchants, hotels and board-lng-houees
of the county.
In addition te thla. Incomplete reports
show that within three months nearly
$5,000 has been paid to Ulater county
men for goods purchased direct by the
water board. .
Then there ar th lawyers and expert
wltneaaea for the city. On "dough
bas" contained $12,241.17; Another
contained $16,227.11. Another that Is
on the way contslns $12,508.40. Add to
this th ls.oow eacn mat in member
of th condemnation commlaalone ex
pect to receive, the anlary paid to th
rlwk of th commlaalone, and th
2229.71 h has already received aalda
f rm-hl-alaryr-anl w find more- than
$100,000 olatrlbuted or In eight for dla
trlbutlon. In L'lstsr county for legal
services alone. Viewed from th plum
orchard, Mr. Delanv's prediction seems
to be fulfilled. With thla amount of
moner flowing In there surely "ain't
no hell" for thos who get th money.
'. Asking the Impossible.' .
irrom ihe Sioux City Tribune.
Th New York World ssvs that all
anybody sake of th Standard Oil com
pany is that It ahall eeaee to be a
monopoly and that It ahall heed the
la we. xBut If It heeda tha law It won't
be a monopoly, and If It lan't a monop
oly It can't keen up dtvldenda, and If it
ran't keen UD dividends It can't hold UD
the market value of lu stock,
Y. n. C. A. SEASON
Conference of Physical De
' partment to Be Held To
day Class Schedule. -
Th Indoor athletic season will opsn
at the Young lien's Christian Associa
tion nsxt Monday night"- From than on
for eight months there will b some
thing doing vry day and vning ex
cept 8unday at th gymnasium and
swimming pool at Fourth, and Yamhill
Tomorrow a conference of the nhval-
cal department will be held at th Mount
iaoor sanitarium. my or more or toe
moet active membera will aaaemble at
I o'clock In th afternoon to begin a
discussion of last year's work and of the
work to com. Every phase of th as
sociation's physical activity will be dle
ouaaed with a view to bringing about
the greatest poaslbl success during ths
year. Monday th actual aeaaoa , will
start with' th noon bualneas men's
class, which will aaaemble at 12:11 Hon
daya, Wedneadays and .Fridays and will
take vigorous exerclae for a half hour.
A o'clock bualnees men's claaa will
be held the earn daya of th week, the
senior leadera will meet Monday nights
and the Mmilip eenior alaaa on Tuna
hdavs, Thuradays and Saturdays from
e:ie 10 w.au..
The entire schedule for all th regular
Indoor work will be as followa:
) ttymnsslnm Claaa ehcdnla,
Young men's Tuesday, Thursday, Sat
urday, to :I0 p. m.
Senior leadera, Monday, t to 1:10 p. m.
Noon bualneaa men. Mondav. Wednaa
day. Friday. 12:11 to I2:4s d. m.
iniermeaiaies, inursaay, :is to
p. m. . ...
Intermediates, Saturday, 10:10 to
11:15 a. m.
Juniors, Tuesday, 4:1S to p. m.
Juniors. Saturday, 0:80 to 10:18 a. m.
Working boys, Monday, rrlday, t:0 t
T:$0 p. m.
High achool, Monday, Thursday, 1:10
to iilO p. m. :
Preparatory. Wednesday, lar-g
p. m, - - - - -
eaiuraay special, umturaay, s to p. m.
Boy leadera, Monday, 7:20 to S p. m.
lea. Wedneaday. S to 1:20 n. m.
Games Friday. 8:20 p. m.. - -Tumbling.
Friday, 7:20 to 8:10 p. m.
Fencing, Monday, I to S p. m.
Boxing. Thursday, 1:20 to 0:20 p. m, -
Wreatlfna-. Tuauiav. t in k r n-
Swimming, Tueaday, 2:16 to 0:46 p.m.
- uenerai practice, xueaaay, s to s p. m.
doner! praotlc, Thursday. - S to 7
Oencral praetlca, Saturday, T to
Baaketball, Tueaday, S to 1 p, m.
Banket ball, Wedneaday, t: 20 to 7 p.
Baaketball. Thuraday, 6 to t p. m.
- Baaketball, Saturday, 6 to T p. m.
FOR TiORMAL SCHOOLS
Drain and Monmonth Insti
tutions Officially Endorsed
by State Board of Regents.
(Special thapatek te Tke Jeeraal)
Salem, Or, Sept 14. At a meeting of
th board of Normal school regents held
yestsrday afternoon the schools at Mon
I month snd Praia ware permitted.la run
snd faculties were alected for both.
Thl $2,000 which was required to bs
deposited with th board of regents
waa deposited by Monmouth som weeks
ago and tha eontroveray as fsr as it waa
concerned settled. Drain ha had mors
difficulty, but yesterday President A.
L. Brlggs deposited $1,800 cash and
showed -the board that, ths remaining
$1,200 waa In eight so faculties were
elected for both schools at ono and
permission panted to open at th ba
nning oi tn lenn.
Th faculty elected for Monmouth is
ss follows: Jfl. u. Ksssisr, president;
If you ar dragging, X wan!
you to stop it now. Drugs
can't cur you. Instead of
building up, drugs tear down,
because they contain poison In
stead of nourishment When
you are ailing you need some
thing that glvss strength, new
vitality to tha body. lruga
lower th vitality and cause aa
ailment to become chronic
Th only way t cur any
thing la to hlp natur. Drugs
don't do that Natur will cur
when sh hss th powr lo
trlolty. Electricity Is nature's medi
cine. It cures by giving
strength, nourlshmsnt to ths
.body. It removes th cause of
disease bv supplying to th
body th fore It lacks, en- .
sbllng every organ to perform
Its ' work properly, and when
svsry organ la In a healthy
condition there can b no pain
' or lcknss. -
Teed siectrtclty tir your -
nerves. They will abeorb snd
carry It to svery organ and tla
su, giving health and strength
to every ailing part
El ectrrt-Vigor Is sn leotrl "
body battery, applied while you .
sleep. It Infuaea a stream cf
alectrio llf Into th body all
jilghtlonavJ,t d.pnot shock
or bllat-r. The only sensation
la a mild, soouiing glow.
Electro-Vigor Is not an lo
trlc belt It never nedcharg-
Ing. for It make Its own
Electro-Vigor Is cheaper
than a oours ef drugging. . . .
H. B. Buckmka. peychology and peda
gogy: A. y. Campbell, history and Biath
ematlca; Sarah Tuthtll, Engllah and
elocution; I.. A. Roblnaon natural acl
snc snd slgebra; P. O. Powell. Latin,
bookkeeping ana antnmetio; i.lln M.
Pennell, Engliah, Hietorlo and methoda;
V4 w T4iwriMn-lli,bhltt mllaln mnti rfrw.
tng; H. C. Thorpe, pfayaical training; J.
H. Butler, registrar, secretary and li
brarian. The following were sleeted to ths
faculty of Drain Normal school: A. L.
Brlggs, president; O. i. Brown, prin
cipal of training school; D.. D. Smith,
sclenos; Gertrude Johnson, English,
German and Latin; M. MUlsr, English
it win p seen mat mess are largely
tha sam as th members of tb facul
ties last year.
(Spedal Dlkeatch ta Tbe Joaraal)
Salem. Or., Sept.'- IS. The report of
th Weela-Fargo Erprea company waa
handled by tha railway commlaalon to
day. The assets sr as 'follows: Cash,
$1,801128.21; agency capital, $110,450.00;
auatal -. JSa. 41 11 1 l ill a...
gasiwiiva uiatvg. ty w a. a a. w u , mum jniiios
draft 8412.t24.02. Liabilities ar: Tele-
. '(:?C WJLL MAKE THE . ;
Cascade Locks Trip Sun
day, September 15th ;
' , - . "'.'.' -'
Leaving Alder St. Dock at 9 su Returninir About 5 p, m.
":V' 'fare ' yv"
$ M)0 !
You will have only a. few. more Sundays to mate this beau- j
' . tiful trip. Better go this time. j
A Law of
known i as the Bottling In Bond Acl; pro
i vldes A the public with a certain method
kof distinguishing REAL whiskey
'If. I JjHE PURE FOOD Jjj
I If m )wmHmm1mmim'''l'tm. .11
JI trLCJm Se a tseeaeet as. Straagta aa 0 inily el ! as ,! I
1 a ktla. TlUa tM Siawp k ay tmmm a wkifcv that haa km M. I J
Whea la ee et a
BLUMAUER & HOCH, Portland, Oregon, Distribntors.
A Book Worth $1
Cut out thl coupon and mall It te
me. I'll give you a beautiful 100-pag
book, which tell all about my treat
ment This book Is Illustrated with
pictures of fully developed men snd
women, showing how Electro-Vigor
is applied, and explains many thlnga
you want to . know. I'll aend th book
closely sssled and prepaid, free, if you
-wilt mail thl coupon.
' 143S manor Sttr,
""rlee" 'sehd""merprepalit"" ybtif"
- fr 100-pag llluatratad book.
graphto transfers, II? Sl "
$34,620.27; money r-r '
suepenee crellt llt' ii'ul; '
tlon payable. $sa.Hl2.i. . '
$8.814.4 dlvllenla " 1 ' i
common slock, total. $ J '
RIIOVAL OF SEXAlt ) 1
aCBEATES A VACA: '
(Special Dtapatck The J"trl )
Salem. Or.. Sept 1. Att.rno
eral Crawford thla morning In ' -to
Inquiry of Oovrnor Uhaml
frav an opinion that when a "
as' removed from hie seoai .ri .i
trlot a vacancy Is thereby croti' i
ssys th law createa a vacam-v. ai l i
the law doea not conflict wlm -'
(Soeetal Dhinteh te Tka Joarat
Salem. Or, Sept. 14. Th In""1 ' '
Adjuatment oompany wss yeater-iiv
eorporated by Alfred J. Chrlatoph '
M. E. Chrlatopherson and HL T. Join - -with
a capital atock of $9.00. 1
place of bualneaa will b at Portion i.
Th new company will do a general
and collecting bualneaa.
ifrom adulterated or impure
I wattkey. tlltlllit, aged aa i
X0nmem like ths are pew
. tntr u fkom aU part cf the
Wee. Thsy Show what Ble-tgro-TlfO
la aolnc. '
Electro-Vigor cured me of
catarrh, improved my dig
tlon and my general health Is
better than it habeen for
yesrs. R. B. FVLLER.
Chlco. Cat .
For th treatment of female
, complaints your method of
using electricity Is certainly
far ahead of the ordinary
meane uaed by doctors only
too frequently do physician
urg upon their patienta dan
" geron operation- which could
be easily avoided by th us
of Electro-Vigor. ' " "
I thank you for th. help
. your treatment bas given me,
MRS. M. B. BEftOIC.VT.
1480 Sylvan Way. Berkeley,
Electro-Vigor eur4 m of
- dlgestlvs trouble snd re.
stored, my strength after I had
I triad many other methoaa
- without benefit , ---
Ther la nothing like me--tro-Ylgor.
the back. I feel bH.r a i
Stronger tr.n I have for rra.
IKTFH VAN ZL.J.
I feel 100 per e"t httr
sine ualna I.,-ctro-V l"r. I
have no more rhaumal in, r
neadachea or atoma'-rj tr
and my e'rr.!Ui l (
know It eiiou. 1 I r
of my a. A. . i
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