The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, July 13, 1912, Page 7, Image 7

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Higginbotham Pitches ; Splen
; 'did Pall and Seals Have No
-Chance to Win Against Lo
cal Swat Bunchers. T.
' ' Our hit ' hungry , Beavers chased
"Flame" Delhi . to the bench In the
seventh Inning yesterday and finished
up on Ted Toner for a sum total of
seven runs, while the beet the Seals
could do was two runs f f Higglnboth
am Jn the fifth Inning, The big speed
pitcher was in fine shape and had an
rror not figured In the run getting, the
Seal might, have been blanked,
Manager Reldy. .sent Delhi to the
mound, and he pitched good ball until
the fifth Inning, when errors also helped
. the Beavers In the run getting. In the
seventh, after Butler doubled and took
third on Shea's error, Rapps walked
and Manager Keidy gently slid the skids
under the fair haired behemoth. Delhi
complained that - his arm wa hurling
in the fifth inning, but Inasmuch as he
was getting away fairly well Ae was
- allowed to stick,' with what Afterward
proved to bft fatal results. Danny Shea,
a Portland boy well known to coast
fans, made his initial appearance In a
Seal suit, but had a bad day.
i Hiff Ortv Better. :
Higginbotham seemed to grow better
as the game progressed, and it was
pleasing to the local fans to see him
got away With a game here, it being his
first nine inning victory on the home
ie uooeoa Bianea ins seais run gei-I
ting in the-frtth.hrre-roTW
pellet to the boards in right center for
two good sacks. Shea laid down a bunt
and in attempting to. field it, Higgin
botham slid to hts haunches, but picked
the pill up and threw to first too late to
atop Shea, the ball hitting Danny In
the back and caroming to the right field
bleachers. Gedeon crossed the plate
on the error. Delhi followed with a
: nacrifice Jmnt to JHlg, and was touched
out. Shea reached third after Mun
dorffs fly to Krueger, and when Butler
let the Dutchman's throw jget away,J2iJ
Butler Gats His Tlrst Hit,
Butlur started a comeback in the
Beavors' half, when be routed one across
second. He stale, second- and took third
when Shea's throw went Into center
field. Rapps fanned but Hlgglnbotham's
grounder to Corhan let Butler In, be
cause Roy mads a wild peg to Shea, Hlg
continuing on to second. Doane was
there in the pinch, and his single across
second put Hig in for the tying run.
Doane was out trying to steal, and thfs
was followed by Lindsay's second single,
but the Inning was over when Captain
Rodgers forced Lindsay at the keystone.
Butler opened the seventh with a two
bagger to left, and took third when Shea
throw wildly to Corhan in an attempt
to trap him off second. Rapps walked
and Delhi was taken out. Rapps stole
second, but Higginbotham fanned be
fore Toner's saliva ball. Not so with
Doane. He was there again In the pinch
and sftot a long two bagger to left that
Gedeon couldn't get near, and the bases
were cleared. The speed marvel scored
himself when Lindsay sliced his third
single across second.
Make Another Bract.
Krueger skied to Hartley in the eighth
but Butcher waited Toner out, reaching
base for the first time this week. Fish
er's single to center put Hank on sec
ond, und he scored on Butler's third
hit, a single to center. Fisher reached
third and Butler second on the throw
around. RappB came through" with a
single to left and Fisher registered, but
Butler was caught at the plate, Gedeon
to Mohler to Shea. Hig was an Infield
out, closing the frame.
The Sea la started an incipient rally
In the fiinth, when Howard and Hartley
singled, but Corhan, Wuffll and Uedeon
hit tne ball into the air,
Today Reidy will rely on McCorry to
stop the winning streak of the Beavers,
who have annexed three straight, re
serving Jliller, who pitched the great
game on Tuesday, for the Sunday battle.
AB. R. H.PO. A. E.
Mundorff, rf.
MohUr, 2b. . ,
Howard, lb. ,
Hartley, cf. . ,
Corhan, es. . ,
Wuffll, 3b. ,
OafleoHr lf.- ,
Shea, o.
4 0 0 0 0 0
..... 4
Delhi, p.
Toner, p 1 .
27 2
24 17 3
DOane, rf 3
Lindsay. 3b 4
Kodgerg, 2b 4
K'Ttieger, -f . -, , , i , . 4
Butcher, if. 3
Fisher, c. 4
Butler, ps 4
0 0
o- 0
1 1
1 0
2 0
1 0
Rapps, lb 3
Higglnbotnam, p 4
4 1
Totals 33
7 12 27 S
Bon Frnnclsco ...0 0 0 0'! 0 0 0 0 2
Hits 0 1012000 26
Portland 00 0 0 2 08 2 7
Hits . . 1 8 0 0 8 0 3 2 12
Struck out By Delhi 1, by Toner 1.
by Higginbotham 6. Bases on balls
Off Delhi i, off Toner 1. off Higgin
botham 1. Two base hits Gedeon, But
ler, Rapps. Sacrifice hits Howard.
Delhi. Butcher. Stolen bases Butler.
Rapps. Wild pitches Higginbotham,
Toner. Innings pitched By Delhi. 2
runs. 7 hits In 6 innings; Toner. 5 runs.
6 hits in 3 innings. Charge defeat to
Delhi. Tim of game 1:35. Umpires
Casey and McCarthy.
Western League Results.
St. Joseph St. Joseph 7, Denver .
Omaha Omaha S, Topeka 7.
Sioux City Lincoln 9, Sioux City t
Dps Moines Des Moines , Wich
ita 0.
Scrupulous men
dress with discrimi-
nation;' careless men
don't care.
Men's Clothes Shop
m Sixth Street '?
Strait Makes Two Hair-rais-:
ing Catches antf Holds
' Runs Down. . ..
Seattle, Wash., July IS. -Outfielder
Mann's . big stick and the fielding of
Strait robbed Nick Williams' Colts of
yesterday's game. It was the fourth
straight defeat of ths week j for I the
ColtaThe final score was to 8. ' .
Outfielder Mann had ths spotlight on
his brilliant batting y throughout the
en tiro game. He knocked ths ball out of
the lot three times and got a double In
five trips to ths plate. His batting was
responsibly for six of th runs scored
by ths locals.
hSchneider was on the mound for the
locals and - had - two bad "innings,- the
third and ths eighth.
Nick used three pitchers. - Tonneson
started to heave and In ths third in
ning he was replaced, by Bloomfleld.
Bloomfleld was taken out In the eighth
inning and Doty was put in. : Doty held
the Giants safs In ths eighth, but In the
ninth Mann- connected, for a horns run,
which won the gams. BUI James re
placed Schneider and had the Colts at
his mercy- in -the .ftinh-.-af ter he - had
been touched for a couple of hits la the
Home runs by Shaw and Mann In the
first Inning were responsible for two
runs. Portland tied the score In the
third when Schneider was free with his
passes and the Seattle Infield wobbled.
Portland was unable to keep the
score tied. Shaw and Strait singled and
both tallied on Mann's double.
Neither slds was abls to tally till
the seventh, when Seattle scored. two
--. ! - - .a , r,
In the eighth the fireworks started.
and the Colts tied the score. After
Williams had been retired McDowell
singled through the Infield and Moore
and Coltrln walked, filling the bases.
Crulkshank batted for Bloomfleld but
grounded out to Raymond, which re
sulted In the seoond ouf and one run.
Kibble followed with a home run drive.
James ws put In the box and Fries
drove the ball between left and center
ana strait made nla second hair raising
catch of the day. In the sixth -he made
a back handed catch and robbed the
Colts of a couple of tallies.
In ths eighth inninjr. Seattle flllml th
bases but was unable to score, but In th
ninth limrng after nr ftwi bien retired,
maun arove tne Dan over the fence and
the game was over.
The score:
AB. a H.PO. A. E.
Shawr lb,
Strait. If.
Mann, cf.
Moran, rf. ....
Chick, 8b
Jackson, lb ...
Wally, c. .
McMuUin .
Whaling, c.
Schneider, n
James, p. .-
Total SS 7 12 27 11 t
AB. R. H.PO. A. E.
4 1 l 14 0
.4 0 0 2 0 0
. 6 0 0 12 0 0
.2 1 it 4 6 0
, 3 1 O S 0 0
,0 1 0 0 0 0
,0 0 0 0 1 0
,1 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
1 6 41135 15 1
Kibble, Sb.
Fries, rf. .
Speas, if.
Williams, lb.
McDowell, .in,
Moore, c. .........
Coltrln, iss 3
Tonneson, p
Bloomfleld, p.
Doty, p
Totals 1
Batted for Wally In the eighth.
Batted for Bloomfleld in the eighth.
II One out when winning run scored.
Seattle 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 07
Portland 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0
Two base hits Strait, Mann. Home
runs Mann, 3; Shaw, Kibble. Stolen
bases Jackson, 2: Speas. Pitchers'
summary Six runs snd four hits off
Schneider in 7 2-3 innings: no hits, no
runs off James in 1 1-3 innings; two
runs and three hits off Tonneson In 2
Innings; four: xunaAnd a ix- hits of f
Bloomfleld in 5 innings; one run and
three hits of Doty In 1 1-3 Innings.
Struck out By Schneider, 2; by James,
1; by Bloomfleld, 1; by Doty, 1. Bases
on balls Off Schneider, 9; offo,Tonne
son, 1; off Bloomfleld, 2; off Doty, 1.
Hit by pitched ball McDowell by
Schneider; Moran by Bloomfleld. Time
1:55. Umpire Toman.
iBesvsrsrour Bameir
Ab. H.
Doane ......... 15 5
Lindsay 16 9
Rodgers 14 2
Krueger 15 4
Butcher 13 0
Fisher 13 6
Butler 13 6
Rttpps 13 4
Higginbotham ..4 0
Koestner 3 0
Harkness 3 0
Klawitter 8 0
125 85
Oolts fire dames.
Ab. H.
Klbbls 22 4
Fries V. 25 8
Crulkshank .... 13 2
Williams 24 5
McDowell 14 4
Moore 7 3
Harris 10 3
Coltrln 18
Mahoney 9 3
Tonneson 5 2
Bloomfleld 4 0
Veasey 3 0
Glrot 2 1
Doty 1 0
Kastley 1 0
180 51
P. C.
(United frM ltei Wire.
Cleveland, Ohio, July 13. An offer
of $7000 for the 8-year-old filly, Or
phant Annie, which trotted at the North
Randall track In 2:13 ten days ago, was
finally rejected-today by the owner,
Johnny Ray. actor, baseball fan and
horseman. Ray expects Annie to win
some of the rich futurities this year.
Western Tri -Stale Games.
; At Boise: R. H. E.
Walla Walla 2 6 2
Boise 6 4 2
Bat trU-.hAdr . and -Browne i'opei
ana J.eiiy.
At La f Grande: i R. H. E.
Pendleton 3 7 2
La Grande .................. 5 12 8
Batteries - Osborne and Pembrook;
Molvor and King.
Portlander, After Trip in East,
V'.-.: Says Giants and Red f
Max Michel of the firm of Michel &
Slchel, & thirty-third degree baseball
fan, returned yesterday from a month's
business trip to the east,' during which
he visited the major league ball parks
wherever opportunity afforded. v Max is
also among those present when It comes
to politics, but he says ha -didn't mind
missing the : 45 minute demonstration
when Governor Hadley went to bat at
the Chicago convention, because he saw
a corking good ball game at the White
Sox park that same afternoon.
. Epitomised here are some, of tbs
things Max saw, "up there':
" RubaMarauard'a record otll straight
victories busted by Chicago. ,
Christy Mathewson steal a base.
The Giant, baserupners go from first
to third on ordinary Infield outs.
Chief Myers catch a foul fly with his
head turned toward Kerkle, with whom'
he was vodevelling." 1
Walter Kuhn show the easterners
bow baseball should be played behind
the bat ' '
Bill Sweeney knock the- cover off the
ball at the polo grounds;
Rollle Zelder put up one of the great
est games he ever witnessed at first
Old Coasters Oolnf Well. ------
Of course Max saw a lot of other fea
tures, butit will interest the fans to
know how former Coast leaguers are
One of the interesting things Max
tells about was the defeat of Marquard
at Chicago after winning 19 straight
VlcWfIeS.H8waorjposed bjrsr recruit
pitcher named Levehder. Had Larry
Doyle been at second base instead of
Young Groh, his understudy, the Rube
might hsve an unbroken string of vic
tories. Briefly it was like this: Zim
merman started with a single and Leach
followed with a safe one. Vio Baler
hit a grounder to Groh, who tried to
touch Leach on the line, but Leach
dodged between first and second' in an
effort to give Saler a chance to reach
first. Suddenly he conceived the notion
to let Leach go and try to get Saler
by throwing to Merkle, but Vlo was
declared safe. Merkle then tried to
get Leach at second, but Tommy was
declared safe, Zimmerman In the mean
time beating the throw to the plate.
Evers bunted, the ball hopping high in
front of Myers and about to roll foul
when Myers tried to throw him out at
first and the bases were full. Archer
struck out. and so did Levender. With
two strikes on Sheckard he apparently
swung at a wild pitch, but the umpire
called it a ball and Leach came home,
Sheck afterwards striking out. Al
though Marquard fanned three men in
the Inning, he was bumped for two
runs, and ths Cubs won out.
Washington Talk of egne.
Michel says that the Washington team
is the talk of the east, and they cause
as much excitement In the Junior major
league as Vernon does In the Coast
league. Washington makes as much
money as any club in the league now.
He thinks, however, that the New York
aiants and the Boston Red Sox will
clash next October for the world's
That the former Coast leaguers are
making a great hit in the east is Max's
assertion. Wslter Kuhn of Chicago is
generally regarded as the 'best young
catcher In the American league. Old
Bill Sweeney is playing a great game
for Boston, while Mitchell and McLean
are still the old reliable at Cincinnati.
Bill Hogan 1b flaying good ball for
St. Louis. Bobby Groom has gone into
his own and Is regarded In Washington
as second only to Walter Johnson. Rol
lle Zelder, the ex-Seal, Is putting In
some good licks at first for the White
Pacific Coast lieagne.
Won. Lost. P.C.
Vernon 57 38 -0
Oakland 6r 41 .564
Los Angeles 61 42 .649
Portland 3 -53
San Francisco 39 55 .415
Sacramento 37 53 .411
Northwestern League.
Won. Lost P.C.
Spokane 43 3
Seattle 49 S7 .570
Vancouver 47 40 .641
Portland $ ; .471
Victoria --iui. 3 9l 1 ' A 47.
Tacoma 35 63 .398
American Leugue.
Won. Lost. P.C.
Boston ...C 55 25 .688
Washington 4:t 32 .606
Philadelphia 4 33 .671
Chicago 43 3 4 .668
Cleveland 4 40 .600
Detroit 3 p 41 .488
St. Louis 21 r 64 .280
New York ....20 62 .278
National League.
Won. Lost. P.C.
New York 57 16 .781
Chicago 44 28 .611
Pittsburg 42 80 .583
Cincinnati in 37 .519
Philadelphia ' Si; .478
St. Louis 392
Brooklyn ,! .378
Boston - "; .282
American AKsociation Results.
At Minneapolis Minneapolis-Columbus
games both postponed; rain.
At Milwaukee Milwaukee 7, Indian
apolis 2.
At St. Paul St. Paul 3. Toledo 5.
At Kansas City -Kansas City 6, Louis
ville 2.
Senators Even Series.
San Francisco, Cal., July 13. The
Senators evened up the series by de
feating the Oaks yesterday In a close
game by the score of 1 to 0.
The score: R. H. E.
Sacramento 1 6 0
Oakland 0 6 1
Batteries Batim and Kreitz; Abies,
Pemoll and Mitze.
Scharney's Homer Beats Tigers. .
Vancouver. B. C, July 18. Vancouver
defeated the Tigers in the. tenth inning
of yesterday's game on Scharnweber's
home run., The final score was 5 to 4.
The score: It. H. E.
Tacoma 4 4 0
Vancouver 6 14 7
Batteries Melkle and LaLonge;
Clarke and' I-ewie.
Indians Win Another.
Spokane, Wash., July 18. The In
dians won another game from the Bees
by the score of 10 to 2. The locals
made 18 hits while Kraft, who dclleved
W1UVJ11S 1)118.
The score: R. H. E.
Victoria 2 8 6
Spokane . ,. 10 18 2
Batteries 4 Narveson and Meek;
Leonard, JbaaU and Ostditk,
! Volley of Words Passing Be
tween Belligerent Light
; .weights Over Signing.
t ICslUd Pfws LeMd Wire.)
Los Angeles, July 18. The contro
versy , between Ad , Wolgsit and Joe
Rivers reached the boiling point today
when Joe Levy, manager for Rivers,
Issued a statement- declaring that un
less the champion within 48 hours de
clares himself regarding a return match,
he will claim' the title for his Mexican
protege. . Levy demands an : end to
quibbling and an Immediate signing of
articles, and offers to bet 15000 at the
prevailing odds. '
Levy's statement, far different from
the silent policy he adopted after the
July 4 battle at Vernon, Is an out and
out deft to Wolgast. Furthermore, it
discredits the champion's claim of three
broken bones in his left wrist
Replying to the challenge, Wolgast
angrily said:
"Rivers' challenge, through Levy's
statement, is the greatest outburst of
hot air ever sprung by a loser. .This
streak of yellow need not be afraid he
won't get another fight And I'll beat
him before the limit is reached. I'll
bet on that, too.
-, I'll ign for my fights whenever I
get ready. I happen to be the cham
pion and no one shall dictate to me what
I shall do.
, "In regard to Levy's statement that
be will claim the title for Rivers, let
him go ahead and do it He'll only
make himself the laughing stock of
the sporting world. Championships are
won by brains and fists not by hot
Wolgast has little to say regarding
McCarey's offer for the proposed Labor
Day battle. It is understood that he is
demanding terms that the promoter
has refused to meet ;
Winner Meets Kilbaae.
New York, July 13. The winner of
the bout between Young 8ugrue and Jim
Coffey Monday evening will be matched
with Johnny Kilbane, the featherweight
champion, by the Garden Athletic club.
Kilbane has already signed a contract
for the bout, according to Matchmaker
Billy Gibson.
Horn Knocks Williams Out.
Ban Francisco," July 13. 8topped by
the referee after being floored by
Charlie Horn, the San Francisco heavy
weight, Al Williams, of Cleveland. Is
today an unwilling loser to the local
"hope." Williams was on his feet fight
ing when Referee Foley stepped between
the men and many spectators wondered
why he stopped the bout
For three rounds Williams showed
class and had a shade the better of the
milling. Then Horn caught him on the
jaw with a hard right and he went down.
The fight ended while Williams was
covering up and regaining his strength.
The Riverside Driving matinees today
and tomorrow will be the best ever held
In this city, according to the officials
of the club. All arrangements havo
been completed for the day's meet at
the Country club track. ,
High officers of the Elks' lodge will
act as officials of the meet The list
was completed last night Jobr Consl
dlne and J. D. Huston of Seattle will
be the starters. George L. Baker will
do the announcing and C. C. Bradley,
W. U. Robinson, K. K. Kubli, Clayton
Fallas snd M. C. Dickinson will be the
Judges and timers. .
' The races today started at 1:50 and
tomorrow" they will start promptly at
2 o'clock.
American League Game.
At Philadelphia First game: R. H. E.
Chicago .f" 0 6 0
Phtiadelphlft r..T-rT,,rTT. 3 1
Batteries Bens, White and Kuhn;
Bender and Thomas.
Second game; -
1 t 0
4 11 1
Batteries Walsh and Bailee; Brown
and Lapp. Umpires Evans and West
ervelt At Washington R. H. E.
Cleveland 1 7 1
Washington 3 8 1
Batter! esKKier-and O'Netrrr-Vatighn-and
Henry, William. Umpires Egan
and O'Loughlln.
At New York R, H. E.
St. Louis 1 9 3
New York 4 9 1
Batteries Hamilton and Krlchell;
Warhop and Sweeney. Umpires Hart
and Connolly.
At Boston First game: R. H. E.
Detroit 1 1 4 1
Boston 4 13 1
Batteries Lake, Moran and Stanage;
Collins and Carrlgan.
Second game, 11 Innings: R. H. E.
Detroit 0 6 2
Boston 1 7 1
Batteries Willett and Onslow, Stan
age; Wood and Cady. Umpires Dlneen
and Sheridan.
National League. Gaines.
At Pittsburg R.H. E.
Brooklyn 2 6 4
Pittsburg 8 15 0
Batteries Barger, Knetzer, Allen and
Miller; Hendrlx and Simon. Umpires
Klem and Bush.
At Cincinnati R. H. E.
Philadelphia 6 13 2
Cincinnati 4 11 8
Batteries Alexander and Killifer;
Suggs, Davis and McLean, Clark. Um
pires Brennan and Owen.
At Chicago R. H. E.
Boston 2 12 1
Chicago 4 7 1
Bp.tteries Donnelly and Rarldan;
Cheney and Archer. Umpires Hlgler
and Finnerun.
At New York St. Louis vs. New York,
no game. rain. .
Angels Defeat Tigers.
Los Angeles, Cal., July 13. The An
gels defeated the Tigers by the score
of 11 to 4. Stewsrt and Raleigh were
touched up for 17 hits.
The score: R. H. E.
Los Angeles 11 17 2
Vernon 4 9 3
Batteries Tozer and Smith. Stewart,
Raleigh and Agnew.
Canadian - National -Park-Aii
Elks should visit the Canadian Na
tional Park. No mountain resort like it.
Special round trip rate $35. For tickets
and descriptive matter apply corner
Third and Pine (Multnomah hotel.) I
Lawyers Agree : to Rest Until
t ivionuay; wew i neory o
v; 'iJBribejOffered.
'- (Unite prM !ndW!n.) . ':
-Los Angeles, July 11. There was no
session of the Darrow trial today, ad
journment having been taken until Mon
day with ; the approval of both sides.
Monday morning the question of whether
testimony of "Tom" Johnson, an attor
ney, regarding certain statements bear
ing importantly on the case, will be
admitted, will be further argued. ,
Johnson, according to the defense, Is
ready to give testimony regarding in
formation given him by Bert H. Frank
lin concerning a "dark, mysterious
stranger" who. Franklin claims, slipped
Into his hand $4000 to be used for pur
poses of bribery. - The prosecution,
combatting the Introduction otthls tes
timony, points out that Johnson was
Franklin's attorney at the time, and
that any information given him by
Franklin was privileged. ..
The cross examination of Franklin,
to which the defense pointed, revealed
that Johnson is willing to testify that
Franklin, before his confession to brib
ery, came to him and requested that he
see Assistant District' Attorney Ford
and offer. If given .the aid of ths dis
trict attorney's office and 80 days' time,
to "turn up" the "dark, mysterious man"
who had passed the money. He was
willing further to testify, the defense
claimed, that he went to Ford with this
proposition and Ford replied in sub
stance: 'Tell Franklin not to come to me with
any story like that Darrow is the man
I want not any dark complexloned
strange fT' I
Darrow seemed to be in better,
spirits at the clos-e-of the week's work
than for many days. He left the court
room aughlng and Joking with his coun.
(Continued From Page One.)
come to every household in turn, and
to guard against suffering from unem
ployment for which the. workman is
not responsible.
It will help the mother at childbirth
and will inaugurate a great national
campaign against consumption.
Instead of devoting our strength al
together to fighting our neighbors
abroad, we are organizing armaments
to fight social evils at home.
Benefloe&t Measure.
Although the act has been the sub
ject of unscrupulous attacks and of de
liberate misrepresentation, I am con
vinced that It will be hailed throughout
the whole country aa one of the most
beneficent measures ever given to the
And now that the workmen's insur
ance act will be In full operation next
Monday, we intend to put our hands to
the great work of freeing the land,
which was meant for the use of the
many, but which has drifted Into the
hands of a few; to the work of freeing
It for the people and for their children
The workmen's Insurance act was
passed In parliament last winter after
a fierce fight, in which Chancellor
Lloyd-George was opposed by members
of his own party on the ground that,
though such legislation was proper in
principle, many of its provisions were
; unjust and that more time ought to be
I allowed for consideration of enactments
! of so revolutionary a character.
The hostile house of lords let the bill
go in the. hope that the law would be
come so unpopular as to bring about
the liberals' defeat at the next election.
Orest partnership Contemplated.
Under the new law's terms, the Eng
lish government, English employers and
English employes, virtually will go In
to partnership in a gigantic Insurance
company. The proportion of contribu
tions varies according to the ages snd
pay of employes, but generally speak
ing the employe will be called upon to
pay 8 cents weekly for his insurance,
the employer 6 cents and the govern
ment 4 cents. Stamps representing
the respective contributions Will be af
fixed every payday to a card Issued to
the employe and this card will become,
in effect, the holder's policy.
A workman who falls ill will be en
titled to a weekly allowance of 82.50
for 26 weeks if he remains lncapaciated
; for so long, and free medical attention
from a physician of his own choice.
To right Tuberculosis.
For consumptives, government sani
tariums will be provided at an Initial
cost of $7,500,000, and an annual allow
ance of J5,000,000. Workmen who break
down permanently will receive life pen
sions of J 1.25 weekly each, or the same
amount as the old age pensioners.
The wife of an Insured workman will
receive J7.50 upon the birth of each
child and worklngwomen who are them
selves Insured and are also the wives
of Insured workmen will be entitled to
double maternity benefits. Women will
pay for their insurance 2 cents weekly
less than man, but in the event of sick
ness, will be paid only 11.75 each weekly.
The law also provides limited Insur
ance against unemployment for the 2.-
500,000 workmen ongaged In the build
ing and engineering trades, which were
chosen for tho experiment on account
of their irregularity.
Opponents of the law have formed an
association to resist collection of con
tributlons from employers.
(Continued From Page One.) '
committeemen who have left Portland
already are Judge H. L. Kennan of
i Spokano. Past Grand Inner Guard Lev
eronl, Grand Inner Guard Clark of
Tusr.on. Ariz.. Thomas Cogan'and Rob
ert Brown of the grand forum, Grand
Treasurer Leach; A. C. Crowder, chair
man of the credentials committee; Fred
Harper, chairman of the committee on
ritual, and Charles Wolfe, chairman of
the committee on tuberculosis sani
tarium. "
Tho grand trustees, who met yester
day afternoon and organized, held an
other meeting today for the purpose of
dividing the present Jurisdiction of Mon
tana into two districts. This step was
deemed necessary, owing to the rapid
growth of the order In Montana. The
board eipected to award several supply
contracts at its meeting today in ad
dition. A metal ball moving In a curved
glass tube filled with a liquid has been
Invented in England to enable an avi
ator to see at a glance the deviation
of his aeroplane from the horizontal.
0 1
Paris, France, July IS. Putman Brad
lee Strong, who married May Yohe after
a meteoric experience as a volunteer of
ficer In the Spanish-American war, is
now helping the king Of Slam rule the
land of the "White Elephant," 'accord
ing to an American ruerdisnt in the far
east who is In Paris on his way to
New York. Strong is still In receipt of
an allowance from his family in the
United States on the understanding that
he remain 'from American soil.
May Yohe's former husband Is very
anxious to return home. He Is tired of
being a wonderer in Asia, the American
merchant said. He arrived in Bangkok
dtoko ana worxea as a cierx in an im
porter's office. Admiral Bryne, an Irish
adventurer who has risen from deck
and on a tramp schooner to tha-com-
mand of Slam's navy, gave Strong an
opening in the government service and
he has risen since to a responsible po
sition. (United Pre Lid Wire.)
Washtiigton, July 13. Secretary of
the Interior Walter L, Fisher; it has
been announced, will make a personal
investigation of the rumpus in Hawaii
between Governor Frear and Delegate
Kalanianaole, and for that purpose will
leave Washington for a tour of the
islands Just as soon as the present
session of congress is concluded.
Kallanlanaole charges that Governor
Frear is not progressive 1 wt of sym
pathy with sentiment in the islands, and
1b too friendly with the sugar Interests
Tacoma, Wash., July 13. Cable mes
sages received here today state that
an enormously rich gold strike has been
made In the Aniak Valley, near Idita
rod, Alaska, in the district of the
Kuskokwim river. Stampeding already
has begun and hundreds of prospectors
are rushing to the scene. The strike
Is a rich placer deposit along Marvel
creek, now known to be 9000 feet In
length and 100 feet wide, which pays
32.50 per square foot. Several expert
miners declare that the pay deposit
will be found to extend muoh further.
(Continued from Preceding Page.)
pled. Cottages are being built along the
The Nehalem Bay Land company and
adjoining property owners are offering
as much as five acres to anyone who
will build a good summer hotel which
could be kept full until late this fall.
E. C. Healy is having no trouble to
keep the tents at his tent city eeoupled
all the time and his grocery and supply
store is well patronized. All that's
needed at the Nehalem beaches to make
It an ideal resort Is hotels.
BAYOCEAN. Or., July 13. Portland
ers and crowds of visitors seek
ing a rest from the excitement
of the Elks' convention pleasures
are filling the resorts of the coast
and especially this summer city. It Is
understood that the Southern Pacific
will run the week-end special In two
sections' on account of the increasing
Four hours st deep sea fishing dally
on the passenger yacht 'Bayocean".i8
one of the big attractions at tho Tilla
mook beaches. A ton of the big fish Is
not an unusal amount to bring in as
a morning's catch.
The list or campers is growing daily
and the valleys and .hills are dotted
with tents of the real out-door vaca
tionists while Tent city Is a prime Ta
vorlte with the guests of the Hotel
Bayocean who seem to prefer sleeping
in the open while enjoying the lack of
work that comes to those who camp
It in the good old style.
The Bay City Social club came In a
Use Allen's Foot Ease.
The antiseptic powder to be shaken Into
the shoe for ttred, tender, smarting,
moist, swollen feet. It relieve corns and
bunions of all pain and prevents blisters
snd callous spots. Always use It to Break
in New Shoes. It Is the greatest com
fort discovery of the age. Try It today.
Sold everywhere, 26c. Don't accept any
v S
Type G Fairbanks-Morse Engine
Reliability and Durability
Fairbanks. Morse & Co,
body Saturday tu-j-t l J ; r r
lar hotel hop l-i t'-.c oj-.-n it ; .
and danced until r.aiirsUUt.
The impromptu vaudeville f ' . - V
the members of the Motion F; : :
Lifeograph company was a pleas!:, j f .,-
ture of the week.
y . Bacing -fishing Boats,
The races of. the Tillamook f' t
fleet boats off Bayocean proved nmt
exciting and were won handily by V.'.
Stlllwell In the motor class and Harry
Mitchell of the sailing boats. C. W.
Stone and M. J. O'Donnell acted as ref
erees and awarded the Bayocean tro
phies to the winners; ,
Thewortnm the W. JV Clemens home
is well under, way.' j - r '
The eompletlon of the grade t ths
property of Johann Paulson and George ,
M. Hyland will, permit erection- of the
summer homes of these two gentlemen
in the next few days. Both are hopeful
of havlnar their families Installed be
fore the first , of the coming month in
the houses to be erected. .
Truman Glover and family nave tone ;
into camp tor the summer In the mead
ow lands adjoining the ocean front. ;
The Blazers who have a most unique
cabin near the foothills, built of drift
Wood, are installing a number of furn
ished housekeeping tents for campers
as well as a hot water plunge for the
pleasure of their tenants. For the lovers :
of rock oysters,; , mussels, : ciama ana
crabs, this is he idesl location for a
camp as all these delicacies are found
near the homestesd. ' K
' Improving tha Trail. - ;
The Improvement on the trail to the : .
lighthouse makes this trip an easy one
either a foot or horseback and picnic i,'
nartles are the dallv rule among the .
Saturdays, when no visitors a re allowed
on the grounds , by Uncle Sam. f ; i
Owing to the delay In- the a rrrvml et-
materials tne tennis courts s oi, vo :,.
Daimnaan TAnntci rlllH will flOt bA flflffl'.i.n':l.,:
pleted until next week..
I - m T 4... Bl. I
(. I. aIms, mm.aAn AMUUAM. MTA !
it is expected that he and his family j ;
n.ll tolra nnilasllnn flf that 111 AC A With '; :
In a week. ""; v-f--"
Three bears have been shot on Mear r
mountain, two miles south of the Hotel ,
Bayocean, within two weeks. , W. F, ;
Thompson who with his bride of this
spring have Just left, declares his In- (
tentlon of coming back next month and ,
staying until he gets one of the bears. '
Mrs. Thompson was the leader of the
month on rifle practice.
H. L. Chapln is putting the finishing -touches
to his cottage-on Mear street
The family expects to be domiciled for
the summer by July 20. ' J
C W. Odermatt of San Francisco, who 1
Is spending the summer at Bayocean,
entertained at dinner Sunday-in honor p
of the Case family of Yamhill and the J
Chattertons of New York
Among those registered at the Hotel
Bayocean Annex are Carl Foster of Col
fax, M. H. Deitch, H. P. Anderson, M. C.
Glover, W. F. Thompson and wifeTMfSTv"""
and Miss Clovert of Oakland, E. A.
Priest, A. N. Pantor, Carl Bashford, Mrs.
and Dootor Mary MacLachlen, J.' B. Ed-, -dy,
E.' A. Eaers and wife of Portland,
C. W. Stone and wife of Garibaldi, ...
It L. lleury, Burt Taylor and wife, R.
P. Martin and wife, W. J. Clemens, E. F. ,
Hitchcock, Arthur Cavlll. Paul H. Snoot
and wife. H. L. and S. D. Chapln, J. O. ;
Hoyt and wife, Archie Case and Family
of Yamhill, J. B. Chatterton and wife
of New York. ,
Notes From Sea view. w '.
Fred H. Carlson of Chicago accompa-.
nled C. G. Anderson to Seaview and,
spent the Fourth and week-end with
Mrs. C. G. Anderson and Miss Peterson.
who nave one oi ine D&iiueiucr uiusw.
A lawn party was given In their honor
Saturday evening.
Lost week a Jolly crowd Of young,
folks gathered at Luck's cottage St Sea
View, for a taffy pulling. Those pfes-J
ent were Gladys Johnson, Paulina Wol
fard, Helen Short Margaret Johnson,
Lenore Hedwlg, Cornelia and Elsa Letrk,
and Robert Johnson and Earnest Lelck.
Launches! Canoes! Rowboats!
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