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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLaWp. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1910.
LOWEfi COLORADO, ' . ;
Justice Goff, In tha criminal branch of
tha supreme court '
' Justice Qoff is aald to have a judicial
wallop that tha black: champion may feel
when tha two olaah in tha courtroom.
Tho case,' according to Whitman, prob
ably will be tried within two weeks,
Linn Woman geek DiTorce.
Albany. Or.. ' Feb. J. A divorca casa
waa filed yesterday In the I4nn county
; EXPLUHtKS SAI.
APT TO LAND ON JACK
I Yuma, Aria.. Feb. ..-Through lett
received her. It has been
Lord Osborne Beauclark and AVarburt
Pik an author, who left Yuma on
hunting excursion and exploring ,t.
down the lower Colorado, ara ears
wJU return hera in the near'fu ure.
- In November a rumor wa clrculat'
to tha effect that the twa were 1c
along tha gulf of Lower California. A
Itatlon was started with he view .
sending an expedition to, search t
them. Finally the matter was dropp,
only to be renewed a few daya ago
New York.. Feb. I. Justice Qoff, the.
sternest Judge In New York, will pra
alde at the trial of Jack 'Johnson on a
charge preferred against him aa the re
sult of an alleged attack upon Nathan
plnder, a negro, who refused to buy
Johnson a bottle of wine. . Prosecutor
Whitman today transferred tha case to
Circuit court in which Eiien xnomas
charges John V. Thoma with cruel and
inhuman treatment. .
Tor unadulterated wines.' aged whla
Vlea. pure beeri. phono Spring Valley
Wlna Co.. r-- r,: ,V ' ' v." V .
WilUttend Washington Meet
ing to Promote the National
Road Laws and Highway.
Battler Insists on Side Bet of
$5000 With Demon From
Danny Webster and Frankie
O'Connell and Matsuda Will
'Wrestle February 10 in
''Conley Box Ten Rounds
O'Brien Meets Rayl.
r .vitMi Mrion Ar irn air gP?PA i I JUDICIAL WALLOP. IS V
FAMOUS BANTAMS MUCH BETTING IN DR. BROWN NAMED NELSON VILL FLASH
a - - aaaaaa 4a.' pa
PROMISE FOR BOUT FOR AUTO EylEETING MINAOTt
." B0X1NO l.'ARl VOR SMOKKR.
' Danny Vclstr. ! Angeles, vn.
Frankie Con ley, Kenodha. 10 round"; no
' Danny O Brlen, Portland. vs. Kid
lUyl, Oakland. JO round; no decision
Jack Tucker vs. Kid Morlarty, six
'.- Padded rnllt fana will be offered an
ftther good card tonight In the Kxpol
" lion rink, when a choice collection of
' bantams and lightweights show what
they know about the fistic art.
The bill Js hesded by Danny Webster
who claim Joint ownerahlp In tile title
of bantam champion of the world
along- with Monte Attell and a few other
" The doors of the Exposition building
will be thrown open at 7 o'clock and
the program will start with the pre
liminary at 8 o'clock. There will be
two hour of boxing, letting the fans
ret away at about 10 o'clock.
Much has been aald about the boxera
and a repetition Is unnecessary.. That
they will travel at thnlr fastest clip
and that there will be some agreeable
surprises Is assured. i
Jack Grant will referee the bouts.
Jeff Breaks Lock.
Jim Jeffries would be a good safe
cracker. When Jeff was here the other
day and the modest fellow didn't want
to face the big crowd around In front
of the Oregon hotel, he. together with
Frank Gotch and Parmer Burns, sneaked
out the back way. A locked door Im
peded their progress and a Jap boy was
eo slow returning with a key that the
big fellow took hold of the knob and
cave It a mighty yank. The lock gave
way under Jeffs terrific pull, the catch
Eddie O'c'onncll Is having a hard time
making weight for his match with Mat
eiida. the Kpoknne Japanese for $1000
side hrt, hVbruary 10. Yesterday he
weight d 150 pounds, which Is eight
noftndH overweight seven day before
the nuttrh. He believes, however, that
he will b able to get down to weight
and not luse his 1500, which goes as a
It has been derided to hold the match
In Merrill s hall, owing to its downtown
location. The hall will be kept warm
and made comfortable for the fans on
the night of the match and from the In
terest being shown It doubtless will
draw the largest crowd of any match
that hah ever been held here. Word
has been sent from Spokane that a
number of admirers of the Jap grappler
will bring over their money to bet on
his chances rfgalnst O'Connell.
Jio betting hus yet been, done on the
match aside from the $1000 put up by
the principals, but It expected that there
wilt be considerable ringside wagering
between eports from the rival cities.
SEALS' ADVANCE IS
N SAN FRANCISCO
San Francisco, Feb. 8. The advance
guard of the San Francisco Heals, com
prising Howard Mundorrf, Harry Mc
Ardle and Tommy Tennant, Infleldrrs,
are here today, and word Is brought by
them that others of the local team who
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Tt -t i ii ninniar
Dr. C. B. Brown.
C. B. Brown,
treasurer of the
club and a. mem-
are now Dlaylng in ine imperial vancy
way unaer -en s lerruic pun, me eaten arrive. Among these are Nick
freaking to pieces. Manager rger WH (Maude Borry, Hox Amos and
"Ptng" Bodle, the hard-hitting out
fielder, has been here for some time, and
Jimmy Lewis, who Is wintering at
Springfield. Ohio, says he will start for
the coast in a few days.
According to Manager Danny Iong,
only one player has refused hi name
to a contract. He will not reveal the
name of the delinquent, but rumor says
that Melcholr is the man who wants to
have a lalk with the club officials before
signing up. I
settled with the house.
vta Shattered Ilands.
I"' nuesell. Trotitdale Fltislmtnons
smashed both hands on Jeffries' head In
their last battle at San Francisco, July
25, 1902. ' Jeffries' hands were not In
Carroll Would Box Again.
' Received a letter this morning from
Jimmy Carroll, the bantam. He sayi
he would like to box the best boy In the
Wehster-Conley fracas tonight, but as
Webster Is scheduled to go 45 rounds
withaMonte Attell, he says he guesses
there Is no chance. Jimmy says he
would like to meet Conley if Ffankle
rnakes a gqpl showing against the Los
Angeleno. lit sends Ms best.
Watch O'Brien's Work.
Look for a lot of immprpvement in
tanny O'Brien tonight. The boy is a
lot faster and he whips those mitts
around in an impressive fashion. "Doc"
Cornell has taught him a lot of new
tricks whichhe will spring on Rayl in
their 10 round bout
Was Matched With McCarthy.
; Bobby Evans was matched about six
months ago to box Tommy McCarthy,
the young 64 Franciscan who 'fought
"Cyclone" Johnny Thompson a 2Q round
draw the other day, but the match
never came off, Bvans hurting his hand.
Bubbles Robinson took Bobby's place
and embarked 'for the lsmd of nod in two
SIGN WITH VANCOUVER
Football vs. Fighting.
Dr. B. F. Roller, who has played
football and also done Borne boxing,
Insists that the latter form of sport 1
the more humane of the two. We have
known of football men who would b
scared to death to enter a ring and we
have known boxers wno would no more
.think of playing football than taking a
Christmas dip In the Willamette. Won
der If Doc had his subconscious solar
plexus mind on the commercial end
of boxing when he made those remarks.
The Roughneck Style.
r :' It Is the fellows like Jack Johnson and
Stanley Ketchel who bring the ring Into
disrepute through the police court
channels. Such fellows as these ought
, to be drummed out of the game. How
often do you hear of men of the type
V of Jim Jeffries and Battling Nelson
la the police courts?
Danzig to Senators.
Sacramento, Cal., Feb. 3. "Babe"
i Danzig, who played first cushion for
Portland a year ago. will wear a Sacra
mento uniform during the coming sea-
aon, according to an announcement here.
Danzig was grabbed by Boston last year,
but now is being farmed to the Senators
by the New York Americans.
' " Pitcher Slow Joe Doyle of the High
landers shot a quail In Oklahoma recent
: ly. Must have been something the mat
ter with the bird if It couldn't get away
from ""Molasses Joe."
Regular Broadway car service direct
to Alameda Park starts today.
Stanford University. Cal., Feb. 3.
Both C. E. Sampson and William Thlele
of the Stanford baseball team will wear
Vancouver uniforms In the Northwest
league Ijhis season, according to an an
nouncement on the campus today.
Sampson played shortstop for the car
dinal varsity team for three years and
was captain of the team last year.
Thielo Is a pitcher of no mean ability,
being the first Stanford pitcher In eight
years to pitch his team to victory In a
series with the University of California.
Both men have played professional
baseball, making good records In the
Trt-Clty league. Both men will leave
the university this year, but not before
the close of the college year.
BOSTON TOXOAST IF
WHITE SOX CANCEL
Oakland, Cal.. Feb. 3. Duffy Lewis,
the popular Oakland outfielder of last
year's team, will jump Into big com
pany this year with the Boston Ameri
cans. He will play the outfield for the
Reds, and receive something like $100
a week for his work. He signed a con
tract yesterday and forwarded it to
President Taylor. Incidentally It was
learned that President Taylor is await
ing President Comiskey's decision as to
whether the Chicago White Sox will
ar.lu come west to train. If Comlskey
decides not to make the trip, It is prob
able that the Boston Americans will
play the circuit from Los Angeles to
Portland In order to condition the team.
Bandstand at O. A. C.
(Sppoiul Dispatch to The Journal.)
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor
vallls, Feb. 3. Last ydars graduating
class and the seniors who will get their
sheepskins In June are going to co
operate and present the college with a
Bplendid bandstand. The class of 1909
has $400 on deposit thati it will con
trlbuti for this purpose with an addi
tional $100 that It will raise among its
members. The class of 1910 will raise
Harry Bay, the former Cleveland
player now with the Nashville team, is
going Into vauedevllle. iBay purposes
to do a musical turn.
Expo Rink, 8 oCIoc!c
Danny Webster vs. Frankie Gonley
DAN O'BRIEN vs. CHARLES RAYL
.' Ten Rounds.
TUCKER vs. MORIARITY
" ' : JACK GRANT, REFEREE
Tickets at Schiller's or Exposition Rink. f -
v DOORS OPEN; AT. 7 P. M. ; . "
i tha leadlnir clubs of
the city, will leave Monday morning to
attend the national convention of the
automobile clubs of America to be held
In Washington. D. C, February 19. 16
and 17. He was appointed by Clover-
nor Benson at the request of the Amen
can Automobile sssoclatlon and his ap
polntment and the appropriating of ex
pense money were passed upon oy i"
board of directors at their meeting In
the Commercial club last night.
The convention being called for
Washington. D. C hi for the purpose of
recommending to congress the adoption
of a act of national laws for use on
the hlgnways of the nation. Dr. Brown
is to work In conjunction with Sena
tors Bourne and Chamberlain as repre
sentatives of this state.
National Iw Old Idea.
The object of a national law for
the use on highways is not one of re
cent Inception but I one on which the
horsemen and bicyclists before the
automobile men came Into prominence
worked long and diligently. It Is to
eliminate confusion as, to toad laws and
to do away with tho practices Indulged
In by many small villages aa means
of Vaislng revenue that the convention
has been called together. Working In
conjunction with the senator from each
state the delegates hope to accomplish
much and to recommend to congress
the passing of such a uniform law.
People have laughed for many years
at the cartoons and pictures and stories
of automoblHsts being held up by vil
lage constables fbr fines before they
are allowed to leave town but It Is
safe to say that the man who laughs
has never been In the same predica
ment. It Is described by automobile
men as one of the most humiliating
feelings to have to submit to arrest
by noma village constable when only
the difference In the laws of villages
has caused the arrest.
Adopt Bldlonloas Laws.
Many of these villages have adopted
speed and horn blowing laws most
ridiculous to anyone knowing automo
bile practice. The Instant one of these
laws Is not complied with arrest fol
lows. The various sets of village laws
whloh exist especially In the east and
middle west make It a hard matter
Indeed to remember and avoid arrest.
The national convention plans on
adopting a set of laws which will com
pletely do away with this evil. They
will be recommended for adoption by
congress and owing to the fact that
the senators of each state In the union
will hare a voice-in the making of
the laws It Is believed that they will
be readily passed.
Besides the recommending of these
laws, a movement even greater In scope
will. It Is believed, be started. It will
cover the building of a national high
way and the expenditure of several
million dollara. The government Is to
be asked to start the ball rolling and
If possible to have the matter taken
up by this congress.
Pan Francisco, Feb. I Battling Nel
son went out to Mlllett's training quart
ers' today at Colma and set things In
shape. Tomorrow he will take his par
aphernalia to the camp and remain
there until called. upon to fight.
The battler la more determined than
ever to force Wolgast to put up a $5000
side-bet and when the . little fighters
moet in Promoter Hester'a office to
night to arrange the final details a
warm session Is promised.
"This boy has been talking so much
about our 10 'round jneeting In Los
Anxeles." aald Nelson, "and has stated
so often that he whipped me that he
Is actually beginning to believe It him
self. I admitted at tha conclusion of
that fight that he made a goofcahowlng
and I will still admit it. but he did not
whip ma then and he Is -rot going to
whip me on Washington's birthday.
Til be ready with my 15000 tonight
and Wolgast will have to come through
ot acknowledge himself to be a four
fluaher. If he so' sure ha can whip me
I can see no reason why he should hes
itate to make his bluff good."
LINCOLN S T
POWELL SAYS HE'LL
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Los Angeles, Feb. 8. Lew Powell ar
rived In. Los Angeles today from San
Francisco to train for his "argument"
with George Memsic at McCarey's pa
vilion, scheduled for February 16. With
his trainer, Al Kevle, he went Immedi
ately to Jack Doyle's, where he will
get himself Into condition for the 10
When Lew was told that George had
been telling his friends that he was go
ing to knock Powell out. Lew said:
"Memsic had better save his wind for
the night of the battle and watch out
that "I do not stop him before the last
Kevle spent the day scurrying about
trying to find a sparring partner for
Lew said he expected to enter
ring weighing about 131 M pounds.
Cntumhla unlversltv defeated Lincoln
High school In one of the most exciting
games of school basketball played this
season by the score of 27 to 2. The
game was played yesterday afternoon In
the large Y. M. ('. A. gymnasium. At
the end of the first half the score stood
13 to 13.
Bents played a good game at center
for Lincoln. Vosper .was easily the
star forward, making 18 of tha 28 points
scored by Lincoln. Toomey and Rice
played a good game at guard for the
Reed was a good center for Columbia.
MeAllnn and Kelleher Dlaved fast ball at
forward, while Cochran was good I at
Th Itnftim: I
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Referee, Grllley. Timers, Woodrum
and Noyes. Scorer, Aya.
Goats Reed. 3: Cochran. 4; Fltsger
ald. 2; McAllen, 1; Kelleber, 1; Carlan-
Cnnl Jnnla Pni-lirln R VninPf. 4. Foul
Lincoln high 7; Columbia, 7. Time of
halves. 20 minutes eacn.
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consumption, stomach, bladder, Vl
and diseases of all kinds. Heni
harmless. Bo operation. Honest '
ment Kxamlnation for ladles by Ji
B. K. CHAM'. Call or write to, .
THE CHIBESE MEDIOIKB OOi
226 Morrison St., Between 1st an
DnrflanH (1, ' . K I
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The Great Chinese Doctor
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LOCATED IN PORTLAND SINCJ8Ar
He la called the great because "Tie sures all
dlseaaea without resorting to the knife. Call and
have a free examination. He will tell you the
exact -nature of your' trouble. He treats succeaa
fully"every form of female complaint all private
and blood diseases, cancer, paralysis, tumors, rheu
matism and all dlsordera of the stomach, liver and
kidneys. He haa had great success in curing con
sumption when the victim Is not -too much-run
down by the disease, and will stop hemorrhages In
an incredibly short "time. - He brews his own medi
cine from Chinese- roots, herbs, buds, barka and
vegetable teas, all of which are entirely harmless,
and whose medicinal ' properties are unknown to
American doctora - He usee ine bis practice over
(00 different Oriental remedies. Hundreds of tes
timonials from -grateful patients. , . '
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