The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, June 21, 1911, Page 13, Image 13

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Champions Play Good Ball and
F win Opener From ; the
V Wolverine Tossersv
. ; Sen rranclsoo,' June IU The Beaver
champion added another victory W
their otrlng yesterday by giving the
Oakland elub a ssvere trouncing, 7 to a.
. Portland dlsplsyed greet machine
work during tha entire game and only
In tha eighth Inning, whan Hendereon
relieved Btaen did tha Oaka have a look
la and Ahen tbey Ulllad twice. '
r or Hand opened up a Pernoll la tha
flrat Inning and four binglaa oomblned
with ooupla of error Batted them
three runa Another run waa made In
the aUth Inning on a walk, a aacrlflca
and two more errora by fumbling llnera
In the eighth Oakland filled the bases
end with, a .tally counted already on
Btaen. Henderson waa sen in to pitch
He let loose a wild beava and Hoffman
cored. Then he tightened up and fanned
Ml tie. wh waa put In to bat for Pearca
Tha Re a welled their runa to
even In tho ninth Inning by a number
f alnglea and a couple mora errora by
tha Oaka. Tha Oaka made another one
tn the ninth o Pfyrs double ana cut
ahawB si n vl ft.
, cim KoMtntr will likely work In
th Knifar tha Beavero thla afternoon
while Wolverton may eend either Kllroy
or Able to tba mound.
' The aoore:
i . . eoBtt ivn
' ARB.W.PaA.Jt
Chadsourne, rf. J
Barry, 3b.... ...
Ryan, cf..
Krueger, If a
Kappa, lb..
Bheehan. lb
Pecklnpaugb, aa J
Murray, e J
rUeen. p J
Henderaon, P
It T 11 17 11 I
An w II PA. A. K.
Pfyl. lb
Onv rf
, I 1 I 11 1 0
1 I
Hoffman. If
Cutahaw, Zb
Zacher, er...
Wolverton, lb
Wares, aa.,
Pearce, c -
Pernoll, p
Miue. o.
.Totals ;.IT I 11 17 H
. kit- XXJm RlMIL BaOrl'
o.r: Hof f-
San. Flrat base on called balls-Of t
Bteen I. Pernoll 8. Mf'."" w-.H.rn
out By Btcen i. '1 'w.- to
deraon. Time of 'game-One hour
Ulnutea. Umpire filldebrand.
n. ma in pivi. wiia uuuii
Pacific Coast League.
t W. L.
Portland "s1i
Baii Franclaco
Vernon ;i
Oakland t "
Loe Angelea
Northwestern League.
Spokane . .
Tacoma . . .
Portland .
Seattle ...
Victoria .
., e .
American League.
New York ,
Boston . ...
gt. Louis .
National League.
W. It-
35 10
. 36 21
Chicago .. ..
New York .
Pittsburg ..
V Philadelphia
....... 13 Zf
...... 30 25
35 31
20 3
13 43
Brooklyn . .
Aw The japancee ph
kelo university, Japan, arrived
1 1 .
In . portiano, ni iuuiuwi .
their game thla afternoon with
the Multnomah club. . The game
will be called at I o'clock and tha
D(W grandstand will be thrown
open to the punuo.
On June 2Ut, 1783, the Seventh Continental Con
tress adjourned after m eegsion lasting 1816 days.
The longeet eegglon ever held in the United States.
M Mb
4ee(-? i
. 5t ' ' "
Expense of Staging .'' Pacific
Coast Championships, is
: Considered Too Heavy. '
Aatorla, June ' 11- Tha Aetorla ean-
tennlal "eelebratloa eommlttaa at iu
meeting last night, decided to call off
all arrangements for tha Paelflo Coast
Track and Field champlonahlpa, which
ware to have been held here lo Auguat,
for the reason that suitaoie grouooa
oould not be secured and prepared ex
oept at a eost out oz an proportion w
the benefit accruing from a one day's
meet Other attrectlone will be ar
ranged for to take Ua piaoe m om
rrdfllr emakslt
While the meeting woiua no ui
hare attracted a large number of ath
letes, ths Loa Angeles Ainieuo eiuo
having already gone to ne wi
naming Its athleUo represenUtlTea,
m.n . of the beat athletes along the
coast might not have attended owing
to tha lateness of the season. -
TV. Aalnrla. aommlttee appropnaieu
fiooo o build a ouaner jnm ciaa-r
traoir and nrenare the grounds, but It
was found that It would require con
siderably mora than uiai aura.
Inasmuch aa ths meet was to have
occupied only one day, the entennlal
Mmia iu. thoua-ni it oouio u
money- to better advantage In providing
attractlona of a different enaracier, ui
probably equally aa interesting.
rninmSna. Ohio. June 31. When the
InteraUte trapshootlng tournament waa
resumed today, two araamen am
feet acoree of 100 each, made In the
prellminarlea to tha Grand American
handicap, the yoafs ahootlng olaaalo,
which Is scheduled for tomorrow. .
M- Hawkins of Balltmora and J.J R. Liv
ingston of Bprtngvllle, Ala, each killed
100 straight birds. Ffve others made a
core of 99 blrda. Mrs. Ad Topnerweln
of Ban Antonio, Teas, hung up 97.
' Spokane la Lead Again.
Seattle, Juno M Spokane's victory
over the Olanta yesterday put them In
first place again by a margin of one
ama. The final aoore yesterday waa 10
to 6. iNetaal and Frisk each clouted out
homo runa Sago, formerly of Ue Vlc
torlana. pitched for the Glanta after the
eighth Inning, and was treated badly In
ths ninth. The a core: "...
Spoken 0
Batteries Bonner and Hasty; Beaton
and Shea.
Vancoarer Tied for Second.
Victoria. B. C June I. The Canucks
tied Tacoma for second place, and are
one game behind Spokane, aa.the reault
of their victory ever the Victoria team
veaterday. Eagle waa in fine ahapo,
.-a .unvkl rive hits. Jacoba, a new
pUyer, performed at ahbrtstop for Vie-
Ths score: " ;
7 li a
18 4
Vivw v.
Batteries zmgis ana ww. '"
ner and Spleaman.
Angela Trim Sacramento.
T.. Anaales. Cal.. June 31.- The An-
(ela defeated the Sacramento team in
the first gams of tho oesles yesterday
by hitting In plnchea, aided by a couple
of costly errora Hall waa hit hard,
but not In bunches. Thornton played
first base la place or Bane umbj. -
score: a i
Loa Angeles
Sacramento , I
Batterle Halla ana fsmun; jxuur
and L&lxmge.
Bator Bafflea Vernon.
San Franclaco, June 31. The Seals
defeated Vernon by the score of 3 to 0.
Sutor waa a myntwy to the Hoollgana.
while Raleigh was pounded hard. The
San-Frane'sco J 0
Vernon "".V.?
Batteries Sutor and Schmidt; Ra
leigh and Brown.
Overall Pitches for Bushers.
(Valtad trtm LaaMd WlrO ;
Bacraioento, CaU. June 81.-Orvle
Overall, tha lormer Chicago pitcher and
TTirif v of California aUr. wllU per
form In the bush for tb.4 summer. The
former premier hurler has signed up
with the Dentonls, a club In the Tokay
league, and will pitch hla first game at
t.wh next Sunday. Overall la at prea-
ent working aa a mining engineer at
Angela Camp. ;
Journal Want Ada nring reaulta
i li
: M
I Ring, Tracli; I
: Held, Diagonal
,Y; v-.:.''T' :.::"'-:v--
Lefty Jensen Pitches Good Bail
. and Homesters Finally: .
- . Win Out.4. ; -
Taking ovary advantags of tha weak
ness of lfoCamant and Hall. tha Ta
coma twlrlers. tho Nicks captured yes
terday1 a game, t o 4, on a total of 14
blngles, four errora by the visitors, a
raeaed' ball, a alt bataman. several
stolen bases aad a couple Of walka
Jensen, except for ono Inning, was mas
ter . of ths situation, errors entering
Into the soortng of the Bengala
Mundorff was the flrat to make the
rounds, starting with hla single down
the first base Una - taking second on
Casey's out and registering on Stovall's
elngle. '
Taooma tied It up In the aeoond when
Morse singled to left and todk aeoond
as Pat tl grew lt the pill roll away from
him. Abbotfs out let him to third and
ha registered on Selbt's single to right
osro Two ta Beeomd,
Tho Nicks opened up an. McCament,
the attenuated Tiger t wirier. In the aec
opd. taking third on Pettlgrew'a Infield
hit A paaaed ball let Coltrln In and
put Pettlgrew on third, whence he
scored on Bradley's aacrlflce fly to
Lynch. Jensen and Mundorff followed
with alnglea but Casey and Stovall
were easy outs.
Tacoma tied the- score In the first
half of the third when Coleman's single,
Rockenfleld's double to left, Mundorff s
error and Morse's sacrifice fly let two
In. However, la the second half of
this Inning ths Nicks forged ahead
when Williams singled, took second on
sn out, stole third and scored on Cola
man's error.
Ed Kennedy's double-to left tsV the
sixth, which followed after three men
were on base, seemed to put the vjslt
ors out of reach. And then they added
another In the seventh when Morse
elngled, stole second, took third on
Mundorffs drop of Coltrln' a throw
after -Lynch'a grounder, and then engi
neered a double steal with the redoubt
able Mike eliding acroea the pan In nice
Pitches Same Old Way.
Even thla handicap did not take tha
heart out of Jensen and he kept on
pitching at his same old gait. Hla
good work was fruitful, for by the
strange slanta of baeeball, the Beavers
pulled out ahead In the seventh Inning
by making five runa Elongated Mc
Cament grew unateady In thla frame
when he walked Casey and Stovall and
Williams single filled the bases. John
son's grounder let Casey In because
Selbt dropped the throw. At this Junc
ture Bert Hall was called upon to re
place MoCament Hall fanned Coft-
rln and then slammed Pettlgrew on the
larboard wing, forcing Stovall in. Brad
leya elngle to right registered Wil
liams and Johnaon .and Pettlgrew- came
In when Abbott bounced the throw
to the plate over Burns' head, Eddie
having replaced Selbt when Hall took
up the pitching. Bradley took second
on the error, but waa out trying to
acore on Jensen's single to center via
the Lynch-Hall-Burna route.
In the eighth and ninth the Tigers
were retired tn one, two, three order.
AB. R II. PO. A. E.
Kennedy, ir ......... 6
Coleman, 3b
Rockenfleld. 3b
Morae, ss
Abbott, rf
Lynch, cr
Selbt. o
Fisher, lb .....
McCament, p ..
Burns, o
Mall, p
38 7 11 34 10 4
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Mundorff, Sb
Casey. 3b . . .
6 13 0 13
Stovall. rf .
Williams, lb
Johnson, cf
Coltrln, ss .
Pettlgrew, it
Bradley, o .
Jensen, p . . .
... .85 t 14 37
Tacoma 01300810 07
Hits 03301410 011
Portland 13100080 I
Hits ......... 8 4 1 1 1 1 3 0 14
Struck out By McCament 8, Jenaen
ft. Bases on balls Off McCament 3.
Two baae hits Kennedy, Rockenfleld.
Mundorff, Stovall. Sacrifice hlta
Morse, Bradley. Stolen bases Morse
3 Lynch, Stovall, Williams. Coltrln.
Hit by pitched balls Pettlgrew. Paaaed
balls Selbt Innings pitched by Mc
Cament 6 (1 score, 8 on bases In sev
enth). Hall 8. Base hits Off Mc
Cament 13, Hall 8. .Time of game
1:88. Umpire Baumgarten.
The Columbua club Is preparing a
boxing amoker to be held In Merrill's
hall next Monday night, at which some
of tho best three rounders tn tha city
will be brought together. - .
, Steve Hanns, the Bucoda btffcr, wni
take a whirl at Mlebua in the heavy
weight while othera who will
hnr are stevena. Wheatley. Gale, Paul
aon. Mahoney. Swain, Farrell, Davia,
Roaa. Meae Hefferman and Powers.
It waa hoped that 3attllng Nelson
oould bo secured to act In some ca
pacity, but the Battler will- fight In
British Columbia July 4, and has already
started north. ( -
" Moore to CTght ConlejV
Chicago, Juno 21. A match between
fmmT Moora and Frankle Conley. ban
tamweight championship aspirants, will
probably be fought at Fond da Lac, July
4. . Moors nas aignea articiea tus vv
lor haa promised to sign.,
. Mernsio to Fight Murphy.
t nhioaatL June il. With the under-
t.niiinr . that tha winner will be
matched with Packy MoFarland, George
Memsla and Eddie Murpny nave agreea
to fight In East Chicago, Ind-, or In
aome nearby- Wisconsin point on July
" blacklrarne Out lor 8eaaon.
Chicago. Juno llvLona Blackb.urne,
tha White Sax lnfl elder who underwent
aa operation for floating cartllagw of
tha knee, nas gono to new jeraey w
root. Ho. probably wUl not play baU
Clackamas Rifle Range to Be
; Scene of First Annual
,.:v Tourney.
v Company H. Third Infantry. O. N. O.,
rill hold Ita first annual 100 yard rifle
tournament next Sunday, at Clackamas,
Or., on the state rifle' renga ' There
will bo a large number of oonteatants
sa the shoot la open to all mambera
of the National Ouard and Naval Re
serve of Oregon, the Oregon State Rifle
association and the National Kiixe As
sociation of America.
The prison consist of silver trophies
and medal a, which are now on exhibi
tion at the Armory at H companya
quarter '
Tha condltlona of the match are two
sighting shots and five ehota for reo
ord. shooter to continue ahootlng until
out of the bull'e oya Dtatanoe (00
yard a
Tho first prlae will go to the highest
aoore mada all other prises will go to
the contestants who havs never eom
neted in national matchea.
The prises to be competed for hsve
been offeredwfey the following persons
am firms: Wadhama A Kerr Broa.. Wil
liam Oadsby, Ftledlander Broa, Rledar
A Pope, A A C Feldenheimer, coionei
David Dunne. Portland Boat Oun
club. Butterfleld Broa.. J. D. Duback
Ontlcal Co- Caotaln T. V, Drake.
This will be a reentry match and the
conteatanta may shoot as many scores
as they wleh B0 cents for ths first
entry, 31 cents for reentry. The money
made from this match will go towards
the purchaae of a large trophy to be
hot for In the Third infantry. O. w.
O. A large crowd is expected, as s
number of good shots rrora Baiem,
Woodburn and other points are expect
ed to be thera
The Southern Pacific train to tne
range leavea at 3:30 a. m. Sunday morn
Chimmie's Column
Lost, Strayed or Stolen The Nlcka'
Angora, rinaer win piee mp.
m WW
JXt the Nicks keep on hanging the de
feat sign on Mike Lynch'a bunch we
might Juat aa well figure on getting
another flagpole for the Northweatern
Jenaen ta the candy kid, and the way
he la winning games for Williams Is a
caution. Williams haa three aouthpawa
on hla list and each one of them Is a
Ton can talk about your ball gamea In
the big league. Coast league and even
ik. Nnrthweatern. but none will com-
vith the game scheduled for Van
couver this afternoon when the Fats
.-a Tana t together. The proceeds
of the game will be turned over to the
Commercial club. Louie Wlae was
nether fat nor lean snd therefore la In
eligible to play. The batboy-a job waa
all that Louie could sign a contract ror.
All the big league acouts wllr be In
Vancouver thla afternoon.
"Pap" Van Haltren aaya he la looking
em over for Plttaburg. It waa Van
who copped Harrlaon of Vancouver for
the big leaguara a few daya ago. "Don t
know how long I will be with you."
aald Van. "I like Portland and may
atay a few noura.
w w
It Morse can field any kind of aa'
hit ball what can iko
a e
it.m i. a kit of lla-ht eomedy of the
daffodil line that might make you grin:
If Owen Moran is gooa at nu"-
he Ad WolgastT
If there Is s famine win ioam
If a rope wlU strangls a man will an
artichoke .... ,.
If an aviator arena iw w
gasoline would It make an aeropiana
soarf . .. .
If they let you in on a
will you window T .
If the Rocky mountains ars In Amer
ica, where Is the gaa range?
If a tomato wnippeo a
would garllct
nana Kraoo worked part of yester
day's game for Cleveland, Tn game
waa played In Detroit, which is Krapp's
home town, but that didn't make any
difference, Cleveland lost Just the sama
... j
It the Nicks can wdn games for the
next couple of weeks the way they have
since their stay at home, you can t tell
where they are liable to finish In this
race. You can't keep 'em down.
Offloera of the Police Athletlo asso-
a ati wars, reelected yesterday at
the annual meeting of the athletlo as
aoelatlon. A new charter was adopted
..iAr,m tor Increased sick benefits.
Plana were discussed for a polloemen's
nnin Ti.iv 1 at Estacada. The
reelected officers are: W. C.
Epps, president; H. A. Thatcher,
..M.ntf R. 8. Flack, secretary;
Harry Circle, treasurer, and L. W. Mad
'den. sergeant-at-arma. Ths board of
directors sleeted this morning Includes Sorrenson. Rupert and
IkfcFarland to Take Rest.
Chicago, June 8 L Because of tha dlf
flculUes in securing matches, Packy Mo
Farland, who has been after every avail
able chance to get a bout, haa an
.n..Mui that ha will take a long rest.
Emll Thlery. hla manager, thought he
had Matt Well's consent to fight Mc-
vwit,a if ha agreed to make no
pounds, but Wells finally entTff nsgo-
. Mahoner to Meet McGoortjr.
a, TniJ June 21. Young Mahoney
viiia MeOoortv will fight hero
Friday and It will be McGoortya first
appearance around here since ho met
Kallv in Mllwaukea McGoorty
ia anhaiiixlarf to meet Phil Schlossberg,
the navy champion, July 38, at East
Chicago Ind.
Jockey After Bet.
Detroit. Mich, Juno 81. To win a .bet
of 8100 Jockey Johnny Walah and J. H.
urini.mi ht. cart ner. are' today on
r nil t at . from Detroit to San Francisco
wlthont a cent in thelg pockets.
r itMtna-. wreatllna. amateur tourna-
ant. Columbia club. Merrill's halL Sev
enth and Oak, Mondar evening. Jane
Concert and Musicale In Hon
or of Coronation of King
The Portland ' Cricket and Tennla
elub haa arranged to celebrate the coro
nation of frtn aeorce V with a con
cert and muelcale -Thursday evening.
A flrat claes program has been ar
ranaed and after the concert refresh
menta will be served by the ladles of
the two clone. .
ah mamhara and their frtenda are!
cordially Invited. A moat enjoyable
evening la assured for.all. James Lsld
law. British conaul, will be preaent and
will deliver a short addreas.
p. c Brown, nrealdent of the Port
land Cricket elub, will be maater of
The concert will be held In the club
houae at i-aat Slxty-aeventh atreet,
starting at o'clock Thursday evening.
Those Intending to be preaent are di
rected ' to take a-Montavllla car. A
large crowd la expected.
J. M. Frelllnger In coatemplatlng a
trio to Mexico thla month. Mr. FrVll-
Inger leavea to view the holdings of the
Rlcollte company In which he la Inter
ested. The company Is a Portland cor
poration formed for tha purpose of op
erating quarries on their property in
New Mexico.
8. A. Miller, a nurseryman of Milton
and Freewater, Or., Is a bualnesa visitor
In tha city. He la a guest at the Per
kins. C. C. Harrington, a prominent business
msn of Medford, Is s bualnesa vlaRor in
the city. He Is registered at the Per
kins A. A. Hilton, a capltallat of Tacoma,
la a vlaltor In the city for a few daya,
a e-ueet at the Portland.
John H. Wourma, a prominent attor
ney of Wallace, Idaho, la a bualnesa
visitor in the city. He la a guest at
tha Portland.
John Drew and wife, and laabelle
Trvinr.and Mary Holland are reglatered
at the Portland. They are at the Helllg
thla week. Mlee Bolland waa formerly
leading lady with tho Baker Stock com
C. H. Hammett. a retired capitalist of
Boise, accompanied by hla wire, ia
niHt at the Portland.
H. C. Nutt, general passenger agent
for the Northern Pacific at Tacoma,
i. a hii.lnaaa visitor In the city. Ha
i ia a ruest at tha Portland.
Maiirloa Rwltser and wife. Mrs. P.
Sllverberger, Mlaa Gertrude wuiora,
Jeffrey Swltser and Maurice 8wltxer Jr.,
of San Franclaco. are In the city for the
purpose of attending the wedding of
Albert Swltser. They are reglatered at
the Portland. .
Rlcord GrantwelL a memoer oi in-
Oliver Typewriter company, la in tne
city from. Chicago. He la a gueet, at
the Portland.
R. F. Petlgrew, former united otaves
senator from South Dakota, la In the
city from Sioux Fans. e i a i
at the Portland.
D. S. Robb, a real estate operator or
Salem, accompanied by his wife, la a
business visitor In the city. They are
guests at the Cornelius.
George W. uonneji, iiuiui. -
Grants Pass.. Or., Is a buslnesa visitor
In the city. He Is registered at the
Cornelius. .
C R. Hudson or tne city oi jai-v,
a. tourist, ia a vwiw
Is a guest at the Bewara.
BvJ. Canavaugn, an aornu7
Anr, and Jamea W. Bmun, a
chant of that place, are In the city on
a bualnesa vialt. xney are ue
the Seward. . . .
John H. Norrle. a capitalist or ui.-
pla, who owna a vaiuaoio Bl"L1".
near Vancouver, Waah.. is avliitor to
the city. He is a guest at mo
C I Phillips, merchant and poultry
fancier of The Dalles, is "'
the city. He ia registered at the Sew-
W. F. Osbum OI JCiUgeno, y vt" -v"
of tho Osburn hotel or mat ciu, .
vlaltnr In the City. e i a
at the Seward.
L. R. Glavls, tne wen rhuhh
... i.. nt vvhlta Salmon; Wash.,
is' a
business visitor In the city
a . tha Rnwnra.
He is a
Dr. Arthur Crosby, headmaater at the
ir...i.ii Mintarv academy of Cal
ifornia, is a visitor In the city, a guest
at the Bowers. . .
R. H. Hart and wife of Medford are
.n.ninr a few days In the city. They
.....ta at the Bowers.
a R. Davidson. Seattle manager for
the Flelnehner-Mayer company, ia a
k...ioc. visitovin the city. He Is at
uuviiivcK -
ha ArgfAn
. J F. Luce and F. B. White, . capl
tallaU of Sutherlln. Or., are In the city
on a bualneas visit. They are guests
m TmnerlaL
S D. Peterson, sn atorney of Milton,
Or ' accompanied by Mrs. Peterson. Is
. hnainesa visitor In the city. They
are guests at the Imperial.
tn n TOIsecarver of McMlnnville,
fruitgrower. Is a business visitor In the
city, a guest at the Imperial.'
Thaver Grimes, a merchant, Thomas
ti.ii . rai estate dealer, and A. J.
a lumberman, all of Marshfleld.
ars In the city on a bualneas visit. They
are guests at tho Imperial.
J A. Baxter, the well known mining
man of Walla Walla, Wash:, accom
panied by his wife, is a business visitor
In the city. They are registered at the
Twi nshr! 1
J. S. Lvona and T. T. Land, real estate
.nini. sra bualnesa vlsltora In
olty. They are reglatered at
tho Im-
H. A. West of tha light and power
department of the P. R-. I f -' com
pany has returned from a trip through
Washington. Idaho and British Colum
bia for the purpose, of securing infor
mation pertaining to electric light and
gas planta '. '
To Consider Reclprocitjr,
r..1.1nnn Tim. 1H FlalPITrttinnS tO
the National Paper Trade association a
annual convention are arriving here to
day from all parts of the country. Recl
nrnttv with Canada Is one of the prin
cipal aubjects- to bo considered by the
convention, whoso flrat business ses
sion opens tomorrow. The delegates are
aaid to be practically unanimous m .up-
Plunge in ley River, After a
Sweat Bath Perhaps Not
Such Good Medicine.
(Specl.) Dhp.fb !! ,""7,,Ij.fc.
White Salmon, Wash., June 3LJake
Hunt, youngeet eon of old Jake nuni.
.h- nait-iamh of the Kllckltata over 100
yeara old. lies critically 111. and hla rel
atives snd friends are gathering at hla
lodge vp tha White Salmon. A white
doctor was railed, but now a medicine
nman haa charge. One of tha flrat
things shs did was to warm the patient
in ta tha .wealing Dolnt. then rush him
down to the river and duck gilm In the
Ice cold watera of the White Salmon,
mm Jake wait one time medicine
man. nractlclnar among theiTaklmasi hi
own tribe, and one aumtner went to Pen
dleton, where he was regarded as a
fakir. Ills long treaaeo were inum, n
cayuse waa taken from him and he waa
.ant hark to hla lodge on the Columbia
where, humiliated, he went Into retire
ment for eeveral monthe, walling for
hla loat treeeee and loet power. Since
it,., ha navar r.ractleud. The "alck
Injun" haa a homeateaa worxn aiv.vw,
reaervatlon allotmenta and bank ac
atJa AAA
counts, and la one of the richest men
In the valley, whltea not exoepiea.
Landholder Wins Again. ,
iBiJ. I I klat tt lea Thai JaflVfAaLt
White Salmon, Waeh.. June 31. For
the aerond time in court prpc-w."a
brought by the Nortnweaiem mtcing
company to condemn hla land on the
Wnlte Salmon, Henry inompwn nmm
won out, Judge McKenney Issuing an or
fnr tha ronmanv to file another
petition if It wana the land.
' anHl MmtAll ta Taa Joarl.l
South Bend. Waah., June 31. The case
In which Mlaa Bertns Kanaora oi i-wn-
land Is aulng 'the city of South Bend
for 330.000 damagee for personal in
Hrin Saturday, tha caao was
frequently Interrupted for tne tranaac
tlon of.extraneoua bualneas and adjourn
mant was tsken early In the afternoon.
Monday, no court was held because of
.v.. ,tAa'm Ulneaa. Tuesday, the de-
r.n.a'a motion for a nonsuit wss argued.
for the motion were: No
nniira waa given city of the ex
i..r,. nf a Dlank nailed to aldewalk
at time of alleged Injury. No evidence
j..tmA that nlalntlff was Injured by
reason of s plank on aldewalk. City
was not notified of claim for damages
within 30 days of date of accident. To
Aaw .virlance for plaintiff was resumed.
A great deal of feeling has been
atirred through this suit and two fao
tina nava daveloDed. one of which be-
Uavaa the lrl ahould be relmburaed for
hr extraordinary expenaes land long
monthe of suffering while the other
characterises the eult aa an attempt
of a clique to exploit tne city. in
tv'a ATrmnin for aoeclal counsel and
detective work la said already to exceed
32000. The testimony for tne piamtui
riii nmhabiv consume a day more snd
sensational testimony Is looked for when
tha defense opens Its case. ine oia;
court room of the new courtnouae
crowded at every seaalon.
(United PrM Leased Wlra.
xrarlrn ritv. June 21. Emllanlo Za
pata, -who raised an army of 3000 and
captured Cuernavaca, yesterday entered
Mexico City. His arrival naa causea
great excitement. The former bandit at
once Bought out Madero and had a long
consultation with him.
Claim Agents Meet,
(Unlt'd Pres. Leued Wlra.t
st Paul. Minn.. June 31. Represent
ing more than 225,000 miles of railroad
and steamship lines In the United
States, Canada and Mexico, freight
claim agents of the different lines are
here today attending the annual confer
ence of their association. The conven
tion was called to order Dy rresiaent j.
r Luskin, claim aaent of the Missouri
Paririn railroad at SL Loulfc The prin
cipal business before the meeting Is the
Hnntinn or unnorm run ir iw
prompt settlement of freight claims.
journsl Want Ads bring reaulta
The Best on
Earth for the Price
They are stylSslb,
Sfcraws T55
W$ 1
A 'paBiacialarly fiinie line -of
Psuqiaimsis now, $5.'
Pacific Power. Agrees to Arbi
tration; Maximum Price
Y.; Is $42,500.' t,', r
(SpaHaJ D4.Pua Tea j-sraaj ' ...
Hood River. Or June 81. Thst the
water fight reUrdlng tho Interests ot
the city for a number of years la aoon
to bo aettled permaaently now em a
certain. The elty council Mooaay msn
adopted a report from tne rira ana
water committee that will eubm't the
matter of fining the price of the water
ayatem now In the elty to a jury ai i
next term of the circuit court In
Wasco county. The Pacific Lignt at
Power company, preaent owners of the
plan, offered to aid the city In every
way poaalble to naaten ternunauun
the case. The company agreed to aet
the maximum price of the. plant at $43.
500. Councilman Early addreaeed tho
council In favor of a apeedy eettlement,
and bad the eeveral councilman place
themeelvea on r-ccra mat inej wvu
stand by the proposition when It waa
finally submitted to the people for a ,
vote to Issue bonds for uis purenaaa
the plant.
Ulan A Co. S sttorney ouommea
lengthy report, sistlng the reasons tor
rejecting the bond Issue of 0,ooo.
Mayor Hartwlg submitted a commu
nication to the council urging ths ne-
ceaalty of placing speed signs aiuna
tho highways as proviaea cyme aiaio
lawa Hn alao auggested the advisabil
ity of having the looaa dogs mussled
In order to prevent hydrophobia.
An ordinance wss passed providing
thst tho city officers who now receive
f aea for service "turn these amounts Into
tho elty treasury.
wnnriiani. Wuh. June 31. A large .
timber fire la In progress about 38 miles
up Lewis river, above tho town of Tele,
wssn. At tne jrm u ------
of the damage la not known, as tne
fire Is not under control mere ar
no settlers In the district In which the
fire is burning, and aa the aettled dis
trict nearby Is one that waa swept or
the great fire of 1308 In which 17 peo
ple loot their Uvea there la no appre
hension as to loss of Ufa . ,
r 'waaa.wi a I 1 1 I
Funeral of Pioneer Woman. . ;
((toacUt DIsDateS H iTbe Jenraatr 1
Woodland, Wash.; Juna 31. Mra. J.
a Bosorth. pioneer of the Lewis River
valley, died la Portland. June 17. at the
residence of her brother 8. A. John. The
funeral wss held hero Sunday st tend id
by a large concourse of relstlves from
this section aa well as from Oregon, al
ao by many of the old timers ot this
section. Mrs. Bosorth was born in Ohio,
coming across the plains In an ox team
driven by her father In 1861. She was
nearly 88 years of aga - She leaves one
brother, a A. John of Portland and two
sisters. Mra C. A. Boaorth of Woodland,
snd Mrs. Elisabeth Bollen of La Center,
Wash., all pioneers. Mra Bosorth was
ono of ths best posted historians In the
northwest and had tha distinction ot
being the first woman to ride on a rail
way train -tn uregon.
Inspecting Dairy Herde.
(8mcU1 Dispatch to The JooraiL)
Woodland, Waah., Juno 31. S. L.
Brown, aaaletant sUta veterarian. Is
In thla vicinity to . Inspect the
herds of dairymen selling milk to the
local agency of the Damascus creamery
that ships Its milk to Portland. He bss
Inspected two herds and found both In
good condition. Other dairymen In the
vicinity are filing applications to have
thalr hards insnectad. -
Frost Does Damage.
(gDeel.l Dtpt to Tha Joom.l '
Woodland, Wash, Juns 31. Ths ex-4
traordinary sesson of weather that haa
prevailed during tho winter and spring
still prevails and as a consequence tho
crop condltlona both aa to general crops
and fruit are not up to the average
for this section. A biting frost Is re
ported from ths upper river country on.
Sunday night that killed all tender vege
tation. ,
Slave Traffic Alleged.
VMfintuw .Tuna !l Amonff three
Indictments returned oy tne umi
Btatea grand Jury waa one against Enrol
F. Hopper, alleging bo engaged In tho
white slave traffic -
at- Fourth
sumo up ' 4
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port of tha measure,
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