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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 28, 1907.
TO HOME CLUB
, t 1 1
Had Fair Weather - Con
tinued This Week Should
- Have Been Season's Best.
DESPITE HAKD iraC
: irCEEDIE IS AHEAD
Bad M'eathcr, : Bunk Failure, Bad
' . Bargain in Flayer and Tall End
--Ppltioiv AH OffM-f tr Magnificent
Support Given bjr Local Fan.
Portland and But Frnnolsco no tm
Lo Angeles, I; Oakland, 1.
1 STANDING OF TUB ,CLUB8.
Loi Angeles .... .. ,
San Francisco ......! "
Oakland j .......... 84 -
Portland ...... .... '
68 1 . .661
.. Not than 88.000 will b loat to the
Portland baaebsll club through the pres
mt atorm, provided th atorm continue
Ions enough, to pravant tba lamti sched-
aled for' today and tomorrow and tha
probabilities are that no mora coast
; lea cue game will b played -hera this
far. . .
Last. Sunday-tha receipts at Recree
tton park war In tha neighborhood of
.11.100. .Tha crowd broke tha aeaaon'a
' record, tha number of paid admlaalona
. uceedlng 1,000. ,'Publlo Intereat ' waa
' tncraaaed becauae of the bolstering up
f the team- by new player and .the
letter inowmi mat resulted.
Had fair weather continued, thla week
.thou Id have been by all odds, tha beat
if tha year for the local management,
it ieaat an 11,800 crowd eould have been
x pec ted Sunday, wane the Wednesday
Friday- and Saturday frame would have
nad up at least 41.ZU0 more. Truly,
Oi local management la having hard
Talk about hard luck, for a baaeball
llub. There la that $8,009 of McCradle'a
-hlch went up tn tha smoke of the tr
fon Truat- V- Having bank. Then -the
poor player that were handed to ua for
rood onea early, In tha aeaann, the good
uvea thai never cam and the resulting
retirement to the far tall of the pro
teaalon. - '
But despite all tha hard luck of the
. Portland club It haa one pleca of good
tick which overahadowa all tha bad.
that 4s-4h fact that-Hs-franchise hap
tens to b for the city of Portland. In
my other town In the west MoCredie
' would have been In the bole In pocket
la well aa In percentage of gamea won,
ut he' a not. Despite all hla bad luck
la la actually ahead on the year and
o far ahead that there a not tha alight-
tat danger of hla -going, behind. Thla
from a man .who I ao elose to tha finair-
- ilai and of The club that ha cannot be
nlstakan. . i. ,
7 rNew- Plterier Lose Oame
San ' Frsnclsco, Sept II. Hopkins,
Oakland's new pitcher, waa wild yeeter
lay and tha Angela took . the gam,
R. H. E.
Loa Angelas 0
Oakland . .1 I t
Batteries Gray and Hogani Hopkins
tad Bliss. Umpire Moor and Qulgg.
: - NaUonal' League, ,.'
At Pittsburg Pittsburg. J; Boston. 8.
' lt innlnga)
:' American Leacjne.
At Ponton Chicago, 4; Boston, i. '
At Washington Cleveland, 14;
" r7aahlngton, .
, At Naw York St Louis, 1; Naw Tork.
. .' Northwest Leagae. ,
- At TaeomaTaeoma,- 1; Butte, V '
At Beattle Seattle. 1; Aberdeen, q.
Local and Otherwise.
That George Memsle looks llks a
- ' . . .
Double header at - baseball park to
ts or row. If weather permits,
: Scrimmage practice at ' Multnomah
llub tomorrow at 10, rain or shine.
Joe Gans says he's fought his taat
light. That ought to leave a nice
tcramble . f or the champlonahlp.
i . . . . .
' Detroit now leads the- ' American
- pSU by two games over Philadelphia.
Chicago Is one gams behind tha Ath
Uc- , . :
- Dr. Roller, -tha Seattle wrestler, de
ated Em II Klank In atralght falla yes
terday, taking the flret In Is mlnutea
ind tha aecontt In II minutes. - The
natch waa held In private for a side
Ht f 11,000. :
It tha New Tork Yacht club will not
tome to Llpton'a terms Upton wl7l
m to the terma of the club. Such
m tna Englishman's latest resolution,.
. e ... ,
John Mees, Philadelphia light
weight, 'died last night from a blow
Kr the heart administered by Neil
ver In av six round go last Saturday
1 Hotlttdays' Claim Disputed. ,"
. The claim of tba Holladay baaeball
llub that It la tha champion of Mult
tomah " and Clackamas - - counties, ' of
learns IT years of age and tinder Is die
luted by tha Stevens club, which Claims
Ihe champlonahlp of Oregon for that
1 sc. Tha Stevena playara claim to have
lefeated the Holladaya twice,- this sea
wir and that they have won It games
ind lost but I. The Stevens line-up
for the season wasi C. Nelson, catcher;
tV. Nelson, pitcher; J. Vosn, pitcher; II.
Martin, first base and left field; U Har
Ma first base and left field; H. Land
ll r, second base; T. Schmidt, third base;
2. Thurkelsen, shortstop; O. Lovell, cen
ter fielder; J. O'Nell, right fielder.
am owe or nmimov
Is vorth a pound of cure. There are
Disny poor sufferers, consumptives who
ire hopeless of getting well who, If
Ihey had tsken cars of themselves,
would now be well. A cough Is the
foundation of consumption. Ballard
Korehound Syrup will cure that cough,
re. 8 , Oreet Fells, Montana,
writes; "I have ueed Imllsrd's Hore
hound Svrup In my family for yeara
mv children naver anffer with cougha."
told 1 a.4 drucglsta. I
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' . -Joe Gang,
LPT WITH JOE
f T- i T-JX
uans ueis decision on i omis
)but Giyen One of Hard-
- est-Fijhts of - Career
. (Psdfle Coast PreM Leased Wire.)
Los Angeles, Sept. IS. For 10 rounds
George Memsld of Los Angeles .stood
off tha' great' Jos Gang last night, and
though- be -wt outpointed and beaten.
he, put up one,of (he closest fights Gans
nag nao in yeara. in tne sixth, seventh.
eighth and twelfth rounds Memsle had
the best of the argument and In the
eighth hla friends felt sura that there
waa to bs a new lightweight champion.
The fight by rounds:
First Round Gans tspped Burns on
tha nose twice with his left snd fol
lowed with a hard right to the jaw.
nurnc tanas low eri 10 tns stomach.
Burns could not' get Inside ef Oan's
long left. Oana put a hard right to tha
Jaw nnd Burns rushed to a clinch at
the bell. Oans' round.
Round Two Burns rushed furiously,
lending -right over ths head and left to
Jaw. Burna landed one light on the
face and got three In return. - Gans
smiled as they clinched. - Burns caused
laughter at bis short, swings. Gana
blocked' every straight lead. Burns
landed a low left to stomach.
Round Three Joe puts two straight
lefts to the face, and got a left hard In
the stomach. Burns could not keep
awsy from Oans" lefts, but waa doing
all the rushing. In a fierce rally In
mld-rlng Gana warmed -up -and ex
changed rights and lefts with Burna
Gana missed a terrific right at the
Round Four Burns rushed and al
most lifted Gana off hla feet. - Gans got
a left to the atomach. Burna rushed
with head down, but got a hard right' on
the ear. -
Round Five Gans stsyed on ' de
fensive entirely. He avoided all Bums
ruahea. Burna got two on the head and
nearly went down. Burna landed a left
to th Jaw, but Gana went to hla corner
fresh. Burns went to his corner look
big tired. -
Round Bl Oans put a straight right
to the face and they went to a clinch,
burna puts a hard left to ths neck and
received a hard left on the kidneys.
They fought furioualy, both landing on
fac and body. .
Round Beven Burns brought blood
from Gan's cheek. Gsns rsined his arm
In a clinch and Burna took advantage to
Sut In three hard onea to the body,
ana looked worried and tired from the
rough wreatllng. The crowd began hoi-
lertpg for Burna and the round ended
Round Eight Burns landed a hard,
left to the neck and Gana returned with
a right uppercut to the atomach. They
fouaht furioualy and wrestled In tha
clinch, burna landed a hard left on the
Iaw. Gana waa covering his body from
iurns' rushes as the bell rang.
Round Nine Burns landed a hard left
to the neck snd Gans returned with a
rlsht .hove. the nit of the atomsch.
They fought furiously snd wrestled In
trie cunon. tsurns tanned a nara leri
to the Jaw. but Gans more thnn evened
it -up In the long-rsnge hitting. The
crowd hissed Burns . for hitting In
clinches. Burns was bleeding at the
mouth. Burns shoved Gana around the
ring and awung wildly while the negro
coolly allowed him to set-ths pace.
.Bound Ten Burns rusneo furiously
And they slugged In mld-rlng. Oans
landed cleanly on the body and head.
Gana peppered Burn with right snd
lert swinge on the face. '. In two short
rallies Gans punished Burns badly.'
Round Kleven Oans blocked every
thing snd held Burn st bey with fast
Jabs to the nose and Jaw. Bums landed
a hard rlsht awlns? on tha cheek. The
crowd hollered for Burna. Burna Wss
stsggered by a left to the jaw as the
round closed. Gans seemed msster of
the situation, but Burns aggressiveness
wss not lessened.
Round Twelve Gans toyad with
Burns by rocking his head as Burns
rushed snd swung wildly. Gsns nut a
terrific right on tba body, but Burns
Round Thirteen Oana asked Jeff to
end Burna' clinches quickly. Burns
fought so frantically that he went to
hla knees without being hit. Oana stood
awsy and punched Burna Into a dasa
with left and rlghta to the jaw, but
Burn swung rights and lefts and kept
coming. " '
Round Fourteen Burns, seemed tired.
He refused to bresk. Gans shot punish
ina .croaa-cuta to ths ear snd nose.
Gsns bscked sway and punished Burns
severely and H'irns rushes irsntlcally
In spite of a perfect rain of hard blows
to the face and jaw. Oans soored three
to one in the final rally.
Round Fifteen Burns took a- terrtflo
aerie of hard rights to the body with
out clinching ami the crowd gva him
a round 01 cueers tor nis gamenee.
This waa a wild round and both men
were well winded.
Round Sixteen dans tried three
times for a knockout, but mtased. They
alugged hard, each ualng uppercuta,
and Burns was shaky aa the bell rang.
Hound Seventeen Oana held Burn
at arm'e length and ahot hla Tight 'to
the mouth. Burna waa bewildered, but
tronr. lie was ttnable to land-at -tell-
Ing punch. In his
agerneaa - Burn
his rush. Oana
jumped Into tha air In
dased htm with a left to the Jaw and
burn held on.
Round Eighteen Gans kept Burna at
arm's length and Jabbed his right to
ths face. Burns landed a left to th
stomach, but waa wounded later by a
hard--le4-o-tha faew. r-- '
Round Nineteen Burns ran for
Gans and swung for the Jsw, but Gana
caught It on the gloves. Gans stabbed
Burns and then put two bard rights
to tli jaw,. Burns kept swinging, but
oould not connect. Burns' ability to
stand Gans' - punishment tn ths head
waa marvelous. -'.
- Round -.Twenty Burns forced Gana.
to jump away from 4its wild rushes.
Burns seemed shsky, but saved hlmaelf
by clinching. In ths last minute Gans
landed a right with sickening fore to
the stomach, which 'forced Jimmy o
cling to his gloves to keep from falling.
uans was given ins decision.
' RETRIEVE HIMSELF
If Australian Loses to Sulli
tan He Will Nerer
(Pacifle Coast PreM teased Wire.).'
San Francisco. Sept, 21. This Is ths
day that BUI Squires must show th
sports of San Francisco. "When ths
hour of t rolls around, tha man from
Australia, who ; haa ones failed, will
shaks tha right hand of Jack (Twin)
Sullivan of Boston and tha pair will
wada into each , other In a tS-round
battle. . - ...f.
- Squires admirers say that hs - will
leave the prise ring forever If ho falls
to taks the meaaura of hla ahlfty oppo
nent. . In the event of being returned a
winner, they aver that he will chal
lenge his conqueror. Tommy Burns, and
strive to retrieve th laurels hs lost on
the Fourth of July.
The betting remslns ths sams, 10 to
. with plenty of money on both sides.
It wss figured that Squlrea' pries
would drop a nolnt or two. but from
? resent Indications ths men will enter
he ring with the odds unchanged.
Hamilton Race Result.
First race, six furlongs Goes Fast
won,-Glleg second, Ketchsmlk third. "
Second race, five furlongs Blue Leen
won. Our Boy second. Gene Wood third.
Third race, one mile Taunt won.
Lady Karma second, Mastsr . Level
Fourth race, on mile and a half
Wllils Green won. Glimmer second. Data
Fifth race, five snd a half furlonss
Frank Collins won, Herman Johnson
second, third norss not given.
Sixth rsce, flvs and a half furlongs
Escutcheon won. Ida Reck secondw
Cousin Kate third.
. Seventh race, one mile and an eighth
Jupiter won, Flavlgny second. Sam
esrnara inira. . -v
Rfsnltg at Latonla.
First race, - sis - furlongs Vlperlne
won. Bono Brake second, Copperfleld
Second race, flva and a half furlongs
Center Shot won, Csar second. Vista
Thlrd race, seven furlongs Colloquy
won. Toddles second, Mike Sutton third.
Fourth race, steeplechase hsndlcsp.
short course W. K. Slsde won, Full of
Fun second. Blue pirate third.
Fifth race, alx furlongs Lady Esther
won, Deutschland aecond. Convolo third.
Sixth race, mils snd a sixteenth Cull
won. Shining Star second, Susanna Roca
Spokane Fair Race. '
Five and a half furlongs Nuns Tell
ing won. Blanche C second, Glngthorps
third; time, 1:11V
Five and a half furlongs Crip won.
Beautiful and Best second. L. K. Bing
ham, third: time, 1:10U.
Seven furlongs Distributor won. Prin
cess Wheeler, second, Pay Ms . third;
Six and one hartf furlongs Brush tTp
won, Reubsn second, Sam Barber third;
time 1:24. ... .
Six furlongs Goaslper won, - Ethel
Day second. Spring Barr third; tlms,
Seven furlongs Annna won, Dedmnnt
ernnd, Colonei Bronao" - thtrdi 'Xmt,
l it. , . ,
Athletes Will Not Stop Talk
"ing of His Performances
for a Long Time.
GOSSIP OF AMATEUR
. ATHLETIC MATTERS
U - '-A:'-
Metropolitan 'Association of A. A. If.
Is Making Fight to Bar College
Meni From "T ComnetiUonDarJna-
Thelr I'ndergraduate Career. V
, (Dslted Free least Whs.) ,
New York, Sept 1 8 In amateur ath
letic Ralph Rose, tha California giant,
la tha big man beyond a question. Any
man who can taks seven firsts hand
running and with a new record in each
svsnt is going soma.. It will be a long
time before the Callfornlan'a feats of the
past month will cease to be a toplo of
lively intereat among athletes.
Ross repeated something of a sensa
tion three years ago and great things
were expected of him, but he waa a
faUur at football, got into trouble
With the athletic authorities .! far
aa the eaat la concerned he was regard
ed aa out of the game. That tha eaat
em eatlmat waa at fault is evidenced
by his remarksble work at Jamestown
and later at New York.
Lnfortunately, Ross Is seriously
thinking of quitting athletics. His loaa
wouia ds a lemnie one for America In
ths London Olvmnla a-ama nt var
as hs could win the shot put with eaa
and probably score In the -discus as
weii. noma atnietio experts have atyled
Ross "ths perfect man," but he csn
hardly bs so if tha pattern set up by
physical eultur experts counts. In alt
his great muscles there Is not a knot.
His shoulders are rounded, and his
knees slant In a manner anything but
athletic, but ha is certainly there with
I e e
Tha Metropolitan ssanclatlon nt tha
A. A, TJ. took the first step In ths fight
to bsr college sthletes from A. A. U.
competition during their undergraduate
career when a resolution was passed to
me eurci inai no stuaents or any coi
lege, school ortmtverBltymaT "repre
sent an athletic club during their college
year. The college year Is defined as
ths fujl II months, or from the begin
ning or one college term to the begin
ning of the next term, this clause bains
added to ths original Resolution when It
was poiniea out mat grsauatea might
return to college for a post-grsduato
Some of those present who are Inter
ested In the college athletes complained
that auch a resolution was Impoalng an
unfair hardahlp upon the aubjects of It,
and accordingly it was suggested that
the college man ahould be admitted to
competition If tbev would enter un
attached to any athletlo organisation. .
- e e
' Entry blanks havs been Issued for
the national Indoor championships of
ths A. A. U., which sr to b held at
Madleon Square Garden on October 25
and 18. These blanks have been sent
to all ths assoclstlons of ths A. X U..
and It la expected thst ths Indoor chsm
plonshlps of this season will surely beat
tops Jheld Isst year. - .
It has been decided by ths national
championship commute of ths A. A. U.
lo hold ths 10-mlle champlonahlp run,
which waa postponed from April 11, on
October 11, at the Polo grounds. The
regulation gold, sliver and brons A. A.
U. champlonahlp medals will be given
to first, second and third men to finish
In this event, and an innovation will b
found in ths fact that th champlonahlp
committee has decided to give to th
next ssven men to finish souvenir med
sis of silver, it being thought thst this
fact will do much to encourage running
and bring out at largs field for the svenC
e e . .
Guy Haaklns, of1 ths University of
Pennsylvania, holder of tha intercol
legiate halt and mile records. Is after
new laurels and will sttsmpt to capture
the' croas-country champlonahlp title
thla year. Hasklns took up cross-country
running lsst fall for ths first time,
end wss so well pleased with his per
formance that he has decided to train
for that event. , . . . . .
WHITMAN SELECTS ,
MANAGERS FOR YEAR
(Boeflsl Phteetch Tbe Joersatt
Whltmsn Collere. Wslla Walla. Sent.
18. The executive committee of the
Associated Btudents has appointed new
msnssers for ths col less year, filllnc
out ail th vacant managerahlpa. As
msnsger or DasKetnair, joe uassctt,
'10. of Rltsvlll. wss chosen. Oeorg H.
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. Sharker's Racing Tip
Hamilton First - - race Banyan, Be.
witcned, Baitrum. Becond race t'la toon,
Sally Preston. Charlie Kastman. Third
race The Chef, Steve Un, Merry.
manor. rourin race noioif nningie.
Colonel Jack, Charlie OlINrt-t. Fifth
race Botanlat, Coltneaa, Bath Maria.
Sixth race Alpenmarchen, Niblick, By
eye it. neventn race waDash Wueen,
Annie Berry, Canoplan. 1
Latonla selections First race Anso-
nla, Albert Star, Uneasy. Second race
mae o Lignt, Maine msck, uardshot.
Third race Judge- Treen, Ben -Strong,
Fay, Fourth race Monalgnor, Carew,
Th Mlnke. Fifth race Hollow. Tackle,
Bender, sixth race Bitter Brown, Kon
noflaw, D, G. Taylor, i 1:
'. "' Ilacea at Yakima Fair..
era! Heurestts won, Irwin Groffs laud
u. second, Kooeri tfraay tpira; time
MIH. - , . i "
1:13 trot. 11.000 W. Pearson's . Bsr-
tha Mack won, Holton Martin's Irene
second, L. C. Sheila Lady W, third;
time i'.HH.. - i . ' 'T
Four and one half furlongs, selllnaw
W. Peters' Sharpshooter won. W. Per.
clval's Hop Queen- second. Gray Eagle
inira; time o;v.
Five and one half furlonss- W. V.
Lee's Anna Karen na won. J. B. -Kev a
Hagerdon second, rsrolval s lsvsrn third;
time. 1:0H, . ' 1
Three-quarters mile Beatty'a Colo el
Jewell won, Ralbralth'a Ksmsack second,
W. Petro's Modder third; time, I:14Hl
Eight snd one half furlongs G. VI n -T1ng"
JlggUr-won, 1ST J. Barnea' Lady
Fashion second. If. Long's Our 6allle
third; time, 1:60. 4
Indian race, on mile Red Top won;
tVabash Will Play ApoaUe.
The Wabash Independents and tha
St. Johns Apostles of ths Trl-Clty
league, will play 'an exhibition' gams at
St. Johns tomorrow afternoon. Olnev
and Concannon will decorate ths mound
for Wsbash. Tha old reliable Charley
Moors will ssnd the sphere over the
oyster for St, Johns. Gams called at S
o clock. .
Ths Trl-Clty Colts will meet Wabash
m week from Sunday. Clark Moors is
captaining ths nine, . The tsam la com
posed of hitters.
jiunKerniu practices tomorrow Tors
noon at Eaat Seventh and Clackamas
ANNUAL TAX LEVY
(Special Dispatch to The JoaroaL) - --'
Olympla, Waah., Sept It. Th state
board of equalisation has completed
Its work of equalising th taxes for th
year 1(07, and fixed th levy for ths
year at a total of 8.7 mill a, as compared
with 8.4 mills for last year. The sen-
eral fund levy ta this yesr placed at t
mills, the limit allowed by law, as
compared with l.T mil la last year. The
achol levy is t mills this year, aa com
pared with 1.25 mills last year. The
military levy la en fifth of a mill this
year.;-ss compared with one tenth Of a
mil last year. The road levy has been
raised by set of the recent legislature,
from one fourth mill to on half mill.
Th stat board, in equalising " this
?esr's assessments, has reduced the to
st as returned by th county boards at
I688.179.8J0,. to 1871.070.618.
DIED BY ACCIDENT
Bprlal Dtspateh te Tk loornaL)
Th Dallea, Or., Sept. 28. The coro
ner's Jury summoned to inquire Into ths
causa of the death of F. P. Taylor
Thursday, after examining the premise
and circumstance leading tn the fatal
ity returned a verdict that death was
csused by th accidental discharge of a
"Drugs have had - their day," said Dr. Hall in his of
fice yesterday. 'They belong to the mystery and super
stition of the paaC' ' -
-you know that th old practice of drugging waa orig
inated by savages. When a man got sick they thought he
was Inhabited by eome evil spirit, which must be driven
out. so the rankest poisons were concocted by th native
doctors for thla purpose. The patient nad either to get
well or die in most esses death was th result.
- "Civilised doctors have made but very little improve
ment over the methoda of the : .
savage. Tney nave ernw
that disease is not caused by
evil - spirits. . . They have
learned ' how ' to admlnlstsr
poison in smaller doses and
produce different effects upon
the various organs of the body,
without killing a man out
right. but thsy have not
learned how to prevent poi
son from doing- harm.
"Nearly all the drugs yon
buy are doped with poison of
some kind. The bass" or tha
doctor's prescription is poison.
He uses it in nsarly every
case h trsata. ' Without
polaon, doctors who us drugs
eould not ease pain for a mo
ment, because tt la poison thst
stops psln. tsmporarlly. by
stupefying , the nerves.
"Poleon can't curt anything,
becsuss It la destructive to the
human body. It wrecks th
stomach and nerve, weakens
th heart and causes bowel
troubles. That why drug
don"t hslp you.
"The action of drugs is Ilk
thst cf whiskey. Whiskey
will cause a man to "brace up
feel strong snd full of vim for
raw hours: bat whsn the f
feet of the elcohol passes awsy the old stupid feeling re
turne worse then ever.
- "Now, drugs will give you reljef for few hours, but
the trouble returns as soon as the drug lose its power.
Every minute that drugs give relief they are busily en
gaged in doing herm. " Tbsy destroy the delicate lining of
the stomach and weaken the nerves." They mix with the
digestive Juices, causing poor digestion and constipation.
Every Prt of your vltale that la effected by drugs I
weakened by them.
"There' only on way to cure any ailment That way
Is to assist nsture. Drugs don't da thst Nature la th
best doctor, and sometimes will accomplish a cur in.
spite of drugs. Then drugs get ths credit for what na-'
tur glon did. TT"'"" " :
"Th help nature needs Is electricity. It's the power
that runs the machinery of your fcody, and most all ail
ments are due to. the failure or breaking down of some
vital part, tha stomach, liver,' kidneys, . heart or, nerves.
Ths resson any orgsn falla to work properly is bees use
it hssn't th rower electricity. Restore
ft is needed and pain and sickness will "tt
nature's way of curing: That's ths
cures. - . .
City Pads Will Allow Pack-
ing Plant to Run Pend
ing Decision. 4
L. Zlmmsrman may opsrat hla pack
ing plant on tha Macadam road until th
supreme court decide it la contrary to
law. - . .- -,,
Zimmerman won a distinct victory in
ths council meeting yesterday, every
member but three Cellars. Cottel and
Drlacoll votlna- to nermlt him to oner-
sts his slaughter-house pending the is
clalon of his appeal to th ,supren.
neverai reasons are given cy zimmei
man why he ahould b given permlsalon
to run hla place, moral auaaion being
ussd aa much aa legal corapulalon. w.
R. McGarry. 'Zimmerman's attorney, in
formed the council that two decisions
had been given In alaughterlng oaeea.
Judse Cleland had held the abattoir or
dinance void, he said, but In another
esse Judge George sustsined th meas
ure. Zimmermen referred to th union-
Meat company aa a trust which held up
firlres. lis said this company sold meat
n Tacoma for from 1 to 1 cents cheap
er per pound than In Portland, and as-,
serted that sines hs cams into th local
field th price of beat meat had been
reduced from 1-1 cents to T cents, snd
mutton from 11 csnts to 10 cents per
Dound. Zimmerman ursed umti the
council that hla entrance Into th field
with prlce-alaahlng methoda had alarmed
the Swlfta and they were determined to
oust him from the packing business. He
inrormea in council mat ne naa spent
1126.000 in securing a modern plant,
which would b almost sntlrely lost to
him If ha were not permitted to run.
and defied hla acoueera to detect any
disagreeable odor either In or oulslds
of bis olaca, 1
lmmermaa Says personal Fight. :
Zimmerman told tha council thst nsr-
sonal enemies entered Into the fight aa
well as the alleged meat trust. Th4
packer stated that local butchers, since
the legality qf, his operation had been
questioned in tha courts, were afraid
to buy from htm for fear that the
Swlfta would cut them off sntlrely from
any supply. -
A paaaaa, in. oruinano provides inai
Zlmmtrmsn may conduct hla alaughter
lng and packing establishment on - the
Macaaam roaa unaer in supervision or
the health board until tha SuDrema court
rules n his appeal from th lower
courts. Zimmerman wss convicted in
the polio court of oneratlng a alaugh-
ter-nous in in city limits ana 101 out
tn th circuit court. He was threatened
with prosecution every time he opened
ud aaaln. henc hla anneal to tha conn.
eft. ' -
After Zlmmsrman hsd been granted
permission to run his place Cottelmoved
that a epecial committee be appointed to
araw up a new ordinance covering
slaughter-houses within the city limits.
The council believes thst If Zimmerman
Is granted tu privilege of slaughtering
witnln ths -city, th same courtesy,
should be extended to Other meat con
cerns, with oertatn health restrictions.
Class Ksfflslatloa Bays JCsvanaagh. J
When asked for an ODlnlon on ths ac
tion of the council City Attorney Kava-
"Ordinance No. 1I.88S of th eltv of
Portland, now in fore, absolutely oro-
hlbits any person or person - -from
slaughtering animals, th flesh of which
is to Dn sold or offered Tor sale, within
th corporate limit of the city of Port
land "Tha ordinance passed yesterday at
tempts to permit one person to slaugh
ter, without attempting to repeal the
general ordlna-ne which makss tt un
lawful for other persons to -enjoy ths
sams privilege. I advised th oouneil
yesterday that this Is class legislation.
and unduly discriminates in favor cf
one establishment. . Thla Is in accord
with the recent decision of Judge Cle
Physician Tells How Nature's
Remedy Will Supplant the
Present System of Drugging
J Sf. ka
sn rs of jiik oh p.rV
n, JTM ' .SBSTi WF w . X w ifi.rfSg'KaT. .
rASrf mi wontg
-, ' I
S. A. HALL, U. D.
l3t TtUiaar Street . BAST rAKC
. Plesss send m.
t rated book .
this force where
I sap pear. That's
land in ths habeas corpus prore.!'n
Of Zimmerman va. The Oilef of 4'ju--.
"Oli fact that the plant la to r-t
operated under the aupervialon of t'n
board of health doea not overcome tn:
objection, because th proen4ma i
pot instituted on socount of the unsan
itary condition of th plant, but beotue
the general health ordinance makM It
Unlawful to operate It at all. Tha prin
ciple that penal ordlnancee must te uni
form' In tnelr operation upon all per
sons In th sams situation ta slementary
and fundamental. '
Varxalt One, Permit All. .
T do not deslr to be understood
aa criticising th council. It acted In
evident good faith and according to its
beet Judgment Mr. Zimmerman would
suffer a serious loss If his establish
ment were dosed now, and thla probably
induced th council to pas th ordi
"If It is Intended to permit this plant
to opsrat in the future., the only proper
ours to pursue. In my opinion, Is to
pass an ordinance permitting all other
establishments to slaughter within ths
limits of ths city under uniform regu
lations. : This I true, even if th plant
b operated only temporarily, or pend
ing the decision of ths present case upon
WIFE FROM IOWA ,
. ALLEGES DESERTION
(Special Dispatch ts Th JosraaLV
LswUton. Ida Sept. 88. M. B, Cox.
alias M. R. Cook, traveling . salesman
for a Spokane glove jfjrm. has been ar
rested on a oharg of abandonment, pre. 1
ferrad by R. J.- Organ, attorney for Mra
Cox. It la charred that- Cox left his
wife and child, without means of sup
port In Iowa. . , .
Cox is said to be worth between f !5,
000 and 840-.OOO. He has been In &po
ksns shout a year. Hla remittance,
hla wife alleges, were Insufficient to
support her and ber child and she ohssed
mm to tne northwest, it is understood
she Is willing to accept 1 8,000.
The Iowa statute provide penalty
of five year in prison fsr desertion.
CONVICTS TO MILK
AND RAISE TRACK
laseetal Ptaaeten t Th JosraaLI
Walla Walla, Sept. 18. Plans are be
ing made by the penitentiary officials
for establishing a dairy and produce,
farm on .the quarter section adjoining'
the prison on the north. If this la es
tablished the prisoners could ralae much
of th produce that la now purehaeed.
Plans for -cottaa-ea for th guards are
also being considered, and tt la posslbls
they will soon havs houses furnished
them the same as do now th engineer,
captain and physician,
Governor Mead. Warden Reed and If,
T. Jones of th prison board of control
hav left for Takima. From there th
governor goes to Spokan and th other
two to th coast.
METZ BROTHERS WILL
IMPORT FINE HORSES.
(Special Dispatch ta The Journal. )
Pendleton. Or Sept li. Met Bros.,
ths well-known horsemen of this sec
tion, are now preparing to establish a
business her similar To that rcMnriw
conducted by A. C. Ruby.- They havs
airvaay . iwumi staois room at- th
Dutch Henry yard and shipment of 14
stallions Is expected at once. They will
handle Imported draft breeds and coach
horaea, . - ,
ths went dlseaae
rtn, rat the
to ears WW em
TO DO. Many kT
Dimple, apots 0 tbe
III. 4111 1 "th, slcara. falls..
M aS mm Mill sair, sane
kalr, Sao Sain,
tarrs, sad oon't twne
- m mm t.rrt
It Is BLOOD POISON, gead te DR. BROWN.
S.1S Arc St., fhlladalpkla. Pesa- tns
BROWNS BLOOD CURB, 82-00 per Vttle
laata one stoats. B014 la Portias aaly ay
Woeewara. Clark A Oa
I! I II II 11.
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slty, in a recent address at
i , Philadelphia, said: "X believe
'. the best doctor is th eaa who
knows ths worthleasness of
' drugs.".' 4 " '
Every doctor on earth knows
almost as well aa Osier ths
worthleasness of drugs, yet
thsr are , bat fsw thst se
knowiedge It Some day they
will have to, bscaus th time
.- la near when th antiquated
system of drugging will bs abandoned for the natural
treatment electricity., . - '
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