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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENING, ! SEPTEMBER 80, 1907.
No Cocaine-No Gas
- No Students
'Our luooesa la due 'to uniform high
grade work at reasonable prices.
:llT HI TO
ATI if other Whose vc: I;
au4 requires tjreat
physical strength and en
durance need tissue bull 4-. ,
lng foods. Among these
there is none so good or so -
And those afflicted with heart weakness
GOES TO F
caa now have their teeth extracted,
filled and brldgework applied without
tha least pain or danger.
PAINLESS EXTRACTION .SO
21 KARAT CROWNS 5.00
BRIDGE WORK 5.00
OUR BEf T PLAIN PLATE 8.00
rortland" Team Takes iTW
There Will Be No Kelso
Frakes Game, for Tigers
sustaining as ! l
J m Of Most Sensational Garner
of the; Season
RESULT SUBPBISE TO
MINOR. LEAGUE FANS
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1 6n Fran citco Get Off in Lead ia
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TESTJERDATS , RESULTS.. 1
Portland 4-4. Ban Franclse
Loa Anseies uamana ifi. .
8TAKDINO OP THBJ ?XUBS.
Los Angelas 91
Ban Franclaco. . . . 91
When the little round sphere thudded
Into Donahue's glove yesterday after
, dodging pant the whining bat of Willie
In the fifth Inning of the eecond game
there ended the tnoet . notable baseball
flay Portland has seen during the sea'
on of 1907.
It was the banner day In Coast league
baseball, not merely becaUse.1t was the
Vital day and one of the biggest crowds
f the season attended, but becauae
'nirb game were record-breakers In ths
tter of dramatic Interest Both were
f, "$n with brilliant plays; In ioth the
team got off In thread in tne
Tfc . batting and at the eleventh hour In
wnw, thu home team cam throush with
rate K tCt tn awaited out a vlo-
to' fact that Portland cantured both
halls of the double-header left nothing
cona.S, fldred and aont the spectators
poato. Wti, tn m08t aatlsfactory feeling
quite i.ty icould poaalbly experience
stamp yh-fi CNuue a a rand One. :
At theind spasm was only five In
ang four and one half to be
"Y ecauBe the nrst went to 12 In
ored ., of course the first game out
rallr the second. Twice the locals tied
tlon score , when It looked as If they
dru'. lose and finally, with two out and
tool on baaea, a couple of good men
aee tne bat and walloped In the vlc-
ild you ever hear such an uproar as
rose from bleachers and grandstand
'IhenT Perhaps so, but only at a foot
jjn ttittl nrst struaeie uaoar jones was
mighty good whenever he needed to be.
For seven innings he shut us out and it
Hpked as If that one toot of ths; Seals
ntui second inning was to oe a miamy
:onesdrae one for the rest of Its days.
' t the eighth the visitors got another
f td the fana sat back resigned to . wait
tjt the second set-to. ' w
Beavers Tie Boor Twtoe,
-But not so.' In the second half the
Hf,stlck wprk began and when H.waai
Ca T it was,iwo an. m tne nintn eacn
p ,1ed one' over and there was more
-p (iitlng. Calif f replaced Hartman In
Lt tenth and by the greatest of good
hi he'lield down the Seals for three
rM a I bat, until Baseey's slzster
. r Jalrhlnr wa . thm tvhn flln-
Ihf.opped around the i-lrcult in the second
t inning. Johnson let' him start by exe
cuting a i ow-nr (. .. wmiams sacrincea
' him .",-the second station. Donahue,
i atartad as If rm had a nlaht out.
let htm ao farther bsL-Maalna a pitched
ball. He scored eaauy on. Street s liner
.Donahue helped the second score by
throwing wild to Kennedy. Jones was
V t iURll L uiun v.iv: 'mi ibi, ninnMi,
tne nnat stage on iiper a snot to center
Kartman Pretends He's Kit. ,
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rxarimim was uroi up in uie ocwuu
half -t tha irhth A nH.horl hall hit
'Hhe lower part of his bat and when he
started to first Ferrine did not call mm
fck. Casey came along and walloped
, ne wnicn came witnin a yara or ciear--g
the right field fence. It was good
' r two bags and when Donahue hit
-,-fe to left Hartman scored. Raftery
iou't a bunt, filling th bases with
tr out. Casey scored- when Mc
ir die hit an out and the side was re
T. H Rt the tie.
eul the ninth Irwin scored on a walk,
000 criflce, a fielder's choice, and
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g.ifci,.ifaiiriiia, lOaiThitxi W ta
Cuba Defeat Ambitions Pennant-
Chasers by Better Work at Bat
and In the Field Story of Game
Season Successful One.
STANDING! OF TRI-CITT TEAMS.
Bobby Groom, Who Won Hli Own Game Yesterday With Three-Base Hit.
Mott beat out a bunt, Kennedy made
the aecond out and then along came
Bobby Groom. Somehow and some way
long Robert landed on the ball with all
the weight in his attenuated body.' And
he hall didn't atoo until Bonny sauattea
grinning on the third sack. Casey
brought him In with hie fourth hit of
The score was 4 to 2.
over but the shouting.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Hlldebrand. If . .. 5 0 1 4 0 0
Piper cf..f 4 0 2 2 0 0
WheeW, 2b 4 0 0 2 6 6
Irwin, 8b. .....4 1 1 2 I 0
Meichior, rf 3 1 0 I 0 0
Williams, lb ... 3 0 0 16 1 0
Zelder, as i 0 1 1 I 0
Street, c 4 0 1 6 2 1
Jones, p 4 1 1 0 1 0
Totals 85 ? 7 85 IB 1
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Casey, lb 4 1 8 4 4 0
Ronahue, e 6 0 1 t 8 1
artery cf i .. l l o
McCredie. rf .... 8 0 ,1 0 0 .)
Johnaon, as. ...4 11 4 6 2
Baaaev If ( 0 1 2 0 0
Mott, lb 6 1 1 8 4 0
Kennedy, lb .... 4 0 0 1 6 0
Hartman, p .... 2 1 0 0 8 0
Byrne. 10 0 0 0 0
Califf, p 1 0 1 0 t 0
'r's single, but we evened It In the
Tid naif. Mott singled
Portht hlm home wltti
"4ff replaced Hattman and retired
the- deals in onetwo-thr"ee order In the
atre. , but In the eleventh he was
merely. Piper got to first on Johnaoa's
will jJa, Wheeler walked ans things'
m mighty bad. ,- -
M Johnson Makes Trlpls Jrlar- '"
Kanen came a great triple play. Irwin
we ung, on one so hard that.lt traveled
st$ greased lightning toward the out-
jonnson Doosted tilmseir into tne
But It didn't
pi. land knocked it down.
ti. 1 the around. He fell under it.
gled It a couple of times,, gripped it,
-sed it to Casey at second; Casey ran
h..alf doien steps toward flrat, touched
.eeler and the side was out
. allf f walked three1 men in tke
,r trh Vint TlnnoVin nlnhavl fmA Af
mZiSr "t third, making, the third out.
sold t,.y an(1 McCredie Vent out On a
"4 plav In the aecond half, but
.0tn walked, stole second, went ,.o
otore. An Street's bad heave arid Basftey
"-he game with a Blngleiaat WJ1-
and tt'om wins Bis Own Oame,
Bteihe second game Bobby Oroom
Wadlid wild and let two Seals cowl e
die started it by putting one
wis. jonnson scorea. mm DT
42 4 12 8 22
'Batted for Hartman In ninth.
Two out when winning run
SCORE BT INNINGS.
San Francisco.. .0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 I
Hits ;. ...11 0 00 1 0 2 1 000 7
Portland 00000002100 1 4
Hits 1 1 0 1 0 1 02 2 1 1 112
Struck ou"-By Jones, 6; by Hart
man 8. Bases on balls Off Jones, 4
off Hartman, 8; off Calif f, 4. Two
base hits Hlldebrand, Johnaon, Casey
2. Double plays Irwin to Williams to
Zeider. Triple plays Johnson to Casey.
Sacrifice hits Williams. 2; Baasey,
Meichior. Kennedy, McCredie. Stolen
bases Piper 2, Raftery, Baasey, Street,
Johnson. Hit Dy pitched balls Hart
man, Casey. Passed bid la Donahue.
First base on errors San Francisco, 2.
Left on bases San Francisco. 0: Port
land. 12. Innings pitched By Hartman,
by uaiirr, a. Base hits orr Hart
man, 7; credit victory to Califf. Time
of game Two hours, 15 minutes. Um
pire Mr. Perrine.
Wheeler, 2b..... 2
Irwin. Sb. , . . . . . .1
Melchoir. rf 1
WMIains, lb 8
Zeider,, ss 2
street) o 3
Willis, p 2
cent.- i ln 'he second. But he won hit
dock J me in the fourth by tile longest
hitting1 over HiMebrand's head. Bassfy
hit a arounder to Zeider. who oauafit
Johnson between bases, but the ahort
ston was wise e.iouah to dodge back and
Hrwi. '!,.vdsv reaonea secona.
Total 14 2 2 12
AB. lt. H. PO
Casey. 2b... 8 0 2 0
Donahue, c 8 0 0 s
Raftery, cf 2 0 1 1
McCredie. rf 1 1 1 0
Johnson, bs...,..8 0 1 1
Bassey, If 1 1 0 2
Mott, 8b 2 1 1 3
Kennedy, lb... ..2 0 0 6
Groom, p 2 110
first game, both of them counting In
the run getting. He made two safe hits
In the second, walked once and hit once.
He was st bat but seven times, so he
finished the day with a percentage con
siderably above .600. Raftery, who
looks to be ln reality the best batter
Portland has, barring none, hit with the
same average. He was at bat seven
times and secured four safeties. John
son, the new shortstop hit to the fence
twice for two bases and finished the day
with an averaae of .883. Theae three
men amonar them secured 10 of the 19
hits scored by the Beaver bunch during
the two games. Kennedy, tne new nrst
baseman, did not do anything at all
with the bat yesterday. He did not fan
San Franclaco s;ot but one game ln the
aeries Just closed. Portland got four.
That almost kills San Francisco's
chances for the pennant.
The attendance yesterday was 4,700.
Not so bad, considering that there were
threats of showers all day.
Melchoir started the sensational do
ings of the day by picking the first ball
off the fence with one hand. It was
the first ball pitched In the second half
of the first Inning, and Casey would
ordinarily have got a two-bagger off it.
San Francisco's new right fielder
showed his class bv crowding against
the fence, reaching to his fullest height,
and pulling down the sphere. He could
not have reached It with two paws. Of
course he was given the glad mlt on
all sides by the generous fana
I Played. Won. Lost PC.
Frakes 84 II 5 .801
Kelso 3t 80 6 .770
St. Johns 28 18 10 .143
Wood bum 28 18 11 .677
Cubs It 8 II .108
Astoria 21 7 14 .104
Trunks 11 5 14 .284
Brewers 2 20 .231
WABASH CLUB GIVES
ST. JOHNS CLOSE GAME
The Wabash club ball nine gave the St
John's Apostles a hard rub yesterday,
losing the game by a score of 6 to 4.
"Baron" Schimpp, formerly one of the
McCredie family, played a brilliant game
for Wabash at first. Likewise Sum
mers. The Apostles were all ln the run
nlng. Jack Olney and Charley Moore
did the slab work and the former, had
he been given support at critical mo
ments, would have won. Reliable
Charley Moore sent the ball down the
alley to periection, allowing but three
nits, oiney sent seven Apostles back
to tne Dencn Dy way or tne ozone route.
Tne line up:
St. Johns Philbrook. 8b.: Mangold
cf.; Turk, rf.: Chas. Moore, p.; Clarke
Moore, lb.; Hinkie, ir. ; Troworidge, ss.
Brown, 2b. ! Brock, 0.
Wabash McBrlde. ss.: Eubiich. cf.
Schimpp, lb.; Ahem, If.; Howard, rf.;
Adams, 2b.; Summers, 2b.; Pembroke, 0.;
Oiney, p. v
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.Totals . .
SCORE BY INNINGS,
San Francisco ...0 2 0 0 02
vHita 0 1 1 0 02
Portland 0 0 0 4 4
Hits 1 0 1 6 7
Struck, out -By Groom. 1. Baaea nn
balls Off WUlis, 2; off Groom, 1. Two-
WtBsbJUts Melchoir. Johnson. Three.
baaehlt Groom. Double play Mott
lanasEisieu;. oacmipe mis Williams,
jtiiaeorana. oioien oasev uassey, Mott,
Hit by pitched ball Irwin. Left on
oases san rranoisco, 1; Portland,' 4
Time or game one nour. Umpt;
KOTKS OF THE GAME.
Say, wasn't that a great finish?
Portland may end the season above
tne .400 mara, arter an. .
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If McCredie had the team at the be
ginning or tne season mat he has now
there would be more than three clubs ln
me real race xor tne pennant.
FUre weeks more of coast league base
ball. The season ends Sunday, Novem-
Der s. foruana piays uaaiana tomor
row at Oakland and San Francisco plays
Los Angeles at Los Angeles.
What did you think of that triple
play? Johnson did wen to stop that
ball, let alone hold It. In making the
hjrilllant play he redeemed himself for
tne two errors s scored earlier In the
game. Johnaon did another wonderful
stunt ' ln the third innlna-. 'when he
nipped s hot grounder front Williams'
bat while. at full sneed and shot It to
first front a most difficult .angle.
raevwaH the bis star of the day with
the bat.' His two two-baggers won thi
The business men's gymnasium class
at the Multnomah club will be organ
lzed next Wednesday evening under
Professor Krohn, who conducted the
class with bo much success last year,
The men will assemble at 60'clock, the
time at which exercise will be taken
three times a week during the fall, win
ter and soring. An hour or more each
Monday, Wednesday and Friday will be
devoted entirely to tne business men
The work, while not over strenuous, is
hard enough and fast enough to put
anv reaular attendant in good condition.
The faxes of a number of prominent
professional and business men of the
city win pe seen in tne ciass again una
FOOTBALL LEAGUE NOT
WANTED AT? EUGENE
(Special Die-patch to Tbe Journal.)
University of Oregon, Eugene, Sept.
80. There seems to be a good deal of
sympathy here with the University of
Idaho ln their stand against the pro
posed athlethtc league in the northwest.
President Campbell states that auch
a league might be a good thing, but that,
aa far as Oregon Is concerned, there Is
no necessity for it. with the teams-
which this institution meets annually
there are special contracts which govern
all the points which the league would
deal with and which have been lived up
to In every case.
The rest or tne men interested In
athletics do not seem to care whether
such a plan is assured or not. and think
that the reports so far spread are large
Even Break at Bay Citr.
bun Francisco, Sent. SO. -Oakland and
Los Angeles divided yesterday's games.
Morning game R. H. E.
Los Angeles. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 9 4
Oakland 1 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 7 14 2
Batteries Heaa and , Eager: Wright
and Dash wood.
Afternoon game r. h. E.
Los Angeles. 0 0 9 0 0 0 1 1 24 9 0
Oakland o v w 1 u u o w 1 e 1
Batteries uray ana jiogan: uooawin
and Augur, . . . . , , . . . . .
umpires moots ana viuvav .
The Trl-Oity league playing season
Is over at last, and passes into history
as. the only successful ending of a seml
profesaional league season In Portland.
The sudden ending was all due to
Brainard's Cubs, that lively bunch of
'Teddy Bears" that Jpurneyed down to
the Kelao jungles yesterday and tackled
the victorious and bloodthirsty Tigers
In (heir own lair.
The Tigers' claws are clipped for
good now and the Milliners can safely
lay claim to the pennant.
The battle between the Cubs and
Tigers was a strenuous one and any
body's game up to the ninth, when the
Cubs fell upon the Tigers and managed
to send three men over the rubber for
what turned out to be the extinguishing
of the Tigers' hopes for the rag.
The Keiao management and players
accorded the vlaltora fair and Impartial
treatment; the crowd was good-natured
and not unruly, as predicted. The
Kelao people showed themselves to be
good losers and true sportsmen.
Chevalier, the ex-Northwest league
pttoher, twirled a good game for Kelao.
Kotteman, who occupied the slab for
the Cubs, had plenty of speed and was
given faultless support by the entire
team. The Cubs worked the bunts and
hits to perfection and at all times were
fully in the hands of their coach.
Xow the Cubs Did It.
The Cubs secured three runs ln the
second Inning. Duvall singled. Magneas
followed with a hard smash for one
sack. Barrell bunted and beat out his
hit, scoring Duvall. Shea smashed
safely and scored 'Magneas and Barrell.
Kotterman fanned, Lerch singled,
Tauscher was hit by a pitched ball,
Kennedy hit a fielder's choice, and
Lerch waa caught at the plate. Shea
and Kennedy being caught ln a double.
The Cubs scored aa-aln In tha avanrh
by sacrifice hitting and timely smashes
and again ln the eighth by clean hits
and an error by Miller, who threw to
second, neither Hearne or Baker cover
ing the bag.
In the nrnth with the saora to i
Tauacher walked, Kennedy came through
wiin nis inira sacrince, Kruger hit to
Chevalier, Duvall amashed a safe one
and Tauscher acored. Magness got to
first on an error of Palmer, and th
Kelso team momentarily went up, not
coming down until Duvall and Magness
The Tigers scored ln the fourth by
clean hitting and the wlldnees of Kot
teman and again in the eighth by hits
by Heberden and Chevalier, and a long
drive to centerfieM by Halbert
The official score:
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PRUNE OF LARGE SIZE
Harvest Is About Over and
Yield a Heavy 0n3 De
mand Is Very Good.
(Speclil Olapsteh te The 7anwL)
Myrtle Creek, Or.. Sept 80. The har-
veatlng of the prune crop throughout
the prune districts in the southern part
of Oregon Is now nearlng the end. The
season has been an exceptional one for
the grower of fruit. Intermittent rains
have produced a yield unusual and a
size and quality hardly before known.
The French or Petite prune is the one
most extensively grown and ln ordi
nary yeara fruit weighing 70 and 80
prunes to the pound would be con
sidered good, while this season has
Kennedy, lb 1
Kotteman, p. ...
produced milt weighing IB to prunes
to the pound.
Douglas, Jackson and Josephine
counties have always produced Ore-
? ton's beat French prunes. This fruit
s equal If not superior to the famous
Santa Clara valley prune boasted of
by all California fruitgrowers. There
will probably be about ISO carloads of
this fruit shipped from the packing
houses of the Douglas County Fruit-
r rowers' association at Roseburg and
0 carloads from the E. 8. French com
pany's plant at Myrtle Creek.
In addition to the excellence of the
?leld this season the growers have been
avored with very high prices in the
eastern market, owing to the failure
of fruit crops throughout the east. The
fruit will ln most cases be shipped di
rect to the markets at New York, Chi
cago, et. JyOum, New Orleans and other
cities, while some of it will reach the
best markets of Europe.
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Totals 35 9 11 27 9 2
Magness out, hit by batted ball, third
Palmer, lb. .
Baker ,2b. . .
Hearne, ss. . .
Miller, c. ...
Conrad, cf.' ,
Hawley, If. .
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Totals 87 6 10 26 1 4
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Cubs 03e00012 s
Tits ..rt n n a 1 9 1 m
Kelao 0 0 0 S 0 0 0 1 0 ft
Hits 1 0 1 4 0 0 1 2 110
Struck OUt Bv Knttaman 4. K.,
Chevalier, 6. Bases on balls Off Kot
teman. 4; orr Chevalier a Tn.k...
hits Magness. Miller. Hawlnv nn.ihi,.
'lay Chevalier to HlUer to Palmer to
liller. Sacrifice hita Ker,niv i-
Miller. Stolen baaea ru vnll Ton'
'cer'tM'lfre8s' Halbert, Palmer. Con
rad, Chevalier. Hit by pitched ball
Taucher, Kennedy. Wild pitch, battery
error Kotteman. First base on er
rors Kelao, 2; Cubs, 2. Earned runs
Kelso. 6: Cubs. 6. T.eft nn hua
Cubs, 6; Kelso, 9. Inings pitched
Nine. Hits made Off Tfnttoman in-
off Chevalier, 10. Time of game-UDne
hour, 86 minutes. Attendance 600.
(Special Dlapateb te Tbe Jocrnal.)
Pendleton, Or., Sept SO. That the
foreatry department will do everything
In Its power to prevent a scarcity cf
fuel among 'settlers In the vicinity of
tne Blue Mountain roreat reserve dur
ing the coming winter is shown by the
race mat tree permits wur do given to
secure timDer ror ruei during uctooer,
K. G. Warner has lust received a let-
ter from H. G. Ireland, acting forest
supervisor of the eastern division of the
Blue Mountain forest reserve, saying
that a foreatry official will be sent to
the Hairway house, on the reuowjacket
wagon road. October 4 and 6, and to
the Carney cabins, three miles south of
Ridge postofflce, October 7 and 8, for
the purpose of issuing free use per
mits to any settler desiring fuel from
the reserve during the coming winter.
It Is urged that settlers living in the
vicinity of the reserve be present to
secure permits at the dates mentioned,
as the official of the department will be
at those places promptly on the dates
SHINE AT THE A. P. T.
HARD TRAINING TO
(Soeclal Dtapatch to Tbe Journal )
University of Oreton. Eua-ene Hont
30. Regular football training; will be
gin Tuesday night, and from that time
on the men will be expected to observe
the customary training rules. Nearly all
the old men that are to come r hart
and hard work is now on the program
Frost is taking his men through the
fundamentals of the game, for he has
time to teach them the manv Httlo
points that count for so much before the
first game two weeks from next Satur.
day. The training table will be started
in aDout a weea.
(Special Dltpatch te The Jearaal.)
Pendleton, Or., Sept. 80. M. D. Wis
dom, publisher of the Rural Spirit in
Portland and a member of the Oregon
commission of the Yukon Alaskan ex
position to be held at Seattle in 1909,
is making arrangements for special
wheat exhibits for the Seattle expo
sition from Umatilla county.
As Umatilla Is the leading wheat
county of Oregon It is the hope of the
commlsson to secure the cooperation
of the farmers of this county In making
a display of wheat which will plane Ore
gon at the head of all the wheat grow
ing states at that exposition.
Louis St. Louis, 6-1;
At Cincinnati Cincinnati,
At Chicago Chicago, 2-2; Brooklyn
At Tacomo Tacoma,
At Seattle Seattle,
Hamilton first race Emma G., Torn
Shaw. Oroba. Second race Mnllere,
Tailey Entry, Wild Cherry. Third race
The Englishman. Glimmer, Colonel
Jack. Fourth race Kara, Buckmart,
Lester L. Hayman. Fifth race- Tho
mond, Plum Tart, Heather Belle. Sixth
race Griften. Half Caste, Harry Riche
aon. Seventh race De Rescke, West
Latonla first race La Cache, Belle
view, Redcoat. Second race Little
George, BensTrovato, Caper. Third race
Black Dress. Marlon More, Heron.
Fourth race Pete Vinegar, Gerst Entry,
D. G. Taylor. Fifth race Center Bhet,
Rustle. , Orlando. , Sixth race Shining
fitar. Sylvan Bella. French. Nun.
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