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FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1902
Hamud Bin Mahomed Said, sultan
of Zanzibar, has suffered a slight
stroke of paralysis.
Five thousand stamps, believed to
1)e part of the $76,000 worth stolen at
Chicago last fall, have been recover
ed in that city.
Park Wilson, manager of the Den
ver, Col., baseball club, has been
fined $100 for assaulting the umpire
in. a game recently played in Omaha,
Cholera is still spreading in the
Philippine provinces. The provincial
totals are 14,507 cases and 10,937
-'-aths. Manila averages 40 cases
William Odey, a negro, was burn
ed at the stake at Clayton, Miss., on
Thursday, after being identified by a
young white woman, whom he had
Queen Wilhelmina, who has been
convalescing at Castle Schamburg,
is so far restored to health that she
will return home shortly with her
"Pug" Ityan, a noted Colorado des
perado, 1ms been found guilty at
Breckenridge, of the niurder of a
deputy sheriff whom he shot in a bat
tle with a posse.
As a consequence of an attack by
striking railway laborers and boat
men upon a guard of soldiers at Mol
lendo, Peru, the troops were ordered
to fire upon the mob, which they did,
About ?400,000 damage has been
done to the crops within four miles
of Sauk Center, Kan., by a recent
nan, rain and wind storm. Corn Is
almost a total loss, and wheat and
other crops will average little more
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
The residence of J. R. Watts, a
land-mark of Scappose, was totally
destroyed by fire Tuesday evening.
A. B. .Hammond, a well-known rail
roader, is now in the east endeavor
ing to dispose of the Astoria & Co
lumbia River railway.
The, Ashland Board of Trade has
'decided to. .get out a largo issue of
advertising pamphlets in connection
with the new immigration movement
of the Harriman lines.
Hopgrowers report that hopyards
'in the hills were injured slightly by
the heavy wind Monday, but as the
storm also knocked off tho vermin,
the ..benefit will equal or exceed tho
Warrants have been Issued In pay
ment for the services ofjnembers of
the Oregon City, Woodburn and Sa
lem militia companies while hunting
Merrill and Tracy, tho total expense
for this purpose being $700.
All the nlckle-Infthe-slot machines
In Portland have been ordered re
moved from tho saloons and other
buildings whoro they have been
standing face to .the wall, and stored
away. There -aro about COO of .them.
Dogs on Wednesday found the body
of an infant burled in the rear of a
Prlneville store. Miss Eliza Tinr.
uuiu, tt YUUllK WOman nr-thnt nlnnn i
has confessed to being the jlead I
child s mother, but will not divulge
tho name of the father.
Shipping of hogs from the Grande
Sonde valley has been active, eight
or 10 cars a month going for several
months. Tho price has held steady
at $5 SO on foot, and Elgin, Wallowa
and North Powder have shipped sev
eral thousand head each.
The logging rallwav nn ..J
construction toward the foot ills 1
from Columbia City wi h!iFo
completed for a illRinnnn
miles. In tho construction of bridges
across deep gulches, a donkey engine
Is, used to yank a whole body of a
treo across a ravlno for a stringer.
H. N. Boyd,x Omaha.
H. G. White, Colorado.
J. D. Evans, Chicago.
F. A. Hanke, Portland.
Fred Hamilton, La Grande.
It. B. May, Portland.
W. H. Raymond, Spokane.
J. J. Burns, Portland.
George Rose, San Francisco.
N. F. Bulcher Baker City.
G. W. Shum.
It. N. Morrow, Missouri.
C. H. Elliott, Elgin.
H. E. True, Pullman.
C. A. Barry, Pullman.
C. E. Wallman, Colfax.
W. E. Walton, Nebraska.
I. W. Whittaker, Denver.
E. D. Baker, Portland.
J. Brinon, Astoria.
W. R. Glendening Portland.
J. P. Hayden, Portland.
Henry Jackson, San Francisco.
W. H. Rhodes, Portland.
George McGillvery, Spokane.
S. S. Gill, Spokane.
O. IC. McGrew, Boise?
Miss Huddleton, Portland.
G. M. Buford, Oregon City.
J. S. Drumheiller, New York.
Charles A. Marsh.
J. D. Iloag and family, Pullman.
A. R. Edminston, Omaha.
It. T. King, Nebraska.
F. H. Whittaker, " Omaha.
J. F. Helm, Omaha.
The Golden Rule.
G. D. Galley, Portland.
Ed H. Corum.
H. S. Creber, North Dakota.
Emily Creber, North Dakota.
.Tom Menefee, La Grande.
George Adams, La Grande.
Castner, La Grande.
Brookler, La Grande.
Crawford, La Grande.
McBirney, La Grande.
Clark, La Grande.
Black, La Grande.
Shea, La Grande.
Ray, La Grande.
Brown, La Grande.
I. Irby, Spokane.
J. M. Hill and wife, Walla Walla
Harry Tracy, Seattle.
H. Romer, Walla Walla.
C. Romer, Walla Walla.
H. C. Stockwell, Los Angeles.
A. L. Parker and family.
Lizzie Baker, Colfax.
May Carmichael, Walla Walla.
Mrs. Bartges and family. Waits-
C. W. Markle, Idaho.
S. A, Frans, Spokane.
C. Cunningham, Portland.
E. H. Burke, Portland.
John W. Hallor, Walla Walla.
Bert Holcomb, Seattle.
D. Belts, Pilot Rock.
G. A. McWIIIIams, Portland.
Jesse Moore, Helix.
Ben Johnson, Helix.
A. Christy, Helix.
F. E. Klise, Portland.
T. S. Taft, Baker City.
H. J. Russell, Tekoa.
ThomaB Cotter, Oakland.
L. M. Morris, Walla Walla.
W. L. Davis, Portland.
E. F. Pratt, North Yakima.
H. Walters, North Yakima.
Joo Thomas, Walla Walla.
BAKER WON FIRST.
Gold Diggers Took First Game of
Series With Sharpshooters.
Walla Walla, July 18. Baker City
iook tne nrst or tho series with the
Sharpshooters hero yesterday by tho
nlnan ann.r V n mi
good attendance and tho crowd was
apparently more than pleased with
the exhibition given, although tho
game ,put the local club at the tall
end of tho league list. .
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IN EXCITING GAME
INDIANS HAD A NARROW
Won Out in Last Half of the Ninth
in a Halr-Raising Finish Was a
Game of Many Errors and Much
Standing of the Clubs.
Won. Lost. P.O.
Pendleton .... 4 1 .800
La Grande ... 3 2 .000
Baker City ... 2 3 .400
Wnlla Walla.. 1 4 .200
In a game which was full of many
sudden and surprising changes, lucky
and unlucky plays on both sides at
critical times and which wound up
in a manner to raise the hair on the
spectators heads and bring them to
their feet in one wild burst of en
thuslasm, the Indians pulled out of
one of the tightest holes they have
over yet been in and won the first
game of their series with the La
Grande Beet Pullers at the ball park
When the performance commenced
it looked like an easy thing for the
locals, as the Beet Chasers made er
rors like they thought they wero im
portant features of tho game and al
lowed three of tho painted warriors
to cross the scoring tablet.
In the second the visitors steadied
down and from that time on the game
was as close and interesting an ex
hibition of baseball as one would
wish to sit on the bleachers for two
hours and witness. Both sides had
brought their batting eye along and
the fireworks started early. One and
two-base hits were regular features
of the bill of fare and only some
exceptionally good outfield workpre
vented the batting average getting
too strenuous for the scorer to han
dle. There Were Features.
Good bits of fielding work on both
sides and unfortunate errors at criti
cal moments wore tho features. Both
sides won and lost the game during
the performance through errors, and
but for "Babe" Hays' opportune drive
between third and short which
brought in two men at tho last half
of the ninth, the agriculturalists
would have dangled the Indians'
scalp locks at tho wampum belts in
stead of losing their own flowing
Pendleton had the game comforta
bly safe in the first half of tho ejghth
when with the score standing 4 to 3
in favor of the locals, Taylor threw
high in trying to catch a runner at
first and before the ball could be
chased out of the long grass beyond
the right field foul line two of the
Beet crowd had hit tho trail for home
plate and landed safely. Then It was
up to the Indians.
In the Eleventh Hour.
The mighty warriors carefully se
lected their war clubs and walked to
the plate in the grim determination
to do or die, in the last half of the
eighth, but they were unable to do,
so died and settled down to the task
of preventing La Grande getting any
more tallies in tho ninth; In this en
deavor they were eminently success
ful and when they "swatted" out a
victory in the last 10 minutes of the
eleventh hour tho fans caught their
breath again and yelled themselves
How Runs Were Made.
The manner In which tho Indians
made their tallies is as follows: In
tho first Brown drew a pass and was
advanced to third by Fay's single.
Angel Child" then stole second. Sto-
vall went out, Adams to Menefee and
Brown was caught at tho homo plate,
juonefee and Shea completing the
double play. Schmidt reached sec
ond on Black's wild throw to first and
uay scored on tho same error. Cox
was safe at first and Schmidt at home
on fumble of Adams. Wllner made a
safo hit, scoring Cox, and Penland
fanned, retiring tho side.
In each Inning up to tho sixth. Pen-
dleton had two or three men on bases
nut could not score. In tho sixtii
Brown made a tour of tho baua.
ruucHing ursi ny tne kindness of Mr.
McBirney, who fumbled tho ball. Fay
onurea up a sacrifice and got his
friend to third, and tho little red
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How They Won It
There was nothing more doing In
the way of run-getting by tho Pendle
ton team until the ninth, when with
tho Beet Pullers one run ahead, it
was up to them to do something or
"bust." Wllner was allowed to walk
and Penland smashed a liner at Men
efee who was accommodating and k't
It drop while' Wllner got back safo on
first again. Penland was out. Rhea's
single advanced Wllner to third and
Rhea stole second at tno nrst cmuiuu.
There was a yearning in the hearts
of all tho Pendleton faithful for a
good corking lilt to bring those boys
home. Pitcher Hays, who had been
Rlttinir on tho home bench during
the game, was put in to bat In plnco
of Taylor. He grasped the willow In
his itching palms and with a mighty
swipe soaked tho ball through a hole
between short and third, wniie wii
nor ninl Rhea crossed tho plate be
fore it could be returned. Tho grand
st.niil nnd blenchors arose and tho
old familiar war cry which lias cheer
ed the Indians to victory in many a
fierce struggle was given with a will.
La Grande's Run-Getting.
La Grande did not score until the
fifth, when hits by Crawford, Mono
feo and Black netted two earned
runs. Tho visitors made a run in the
seventh by Adams getting a hit for
two bags, reaching third on fielder's
choice, and scoring on Fay's error.
In the eighth, singles by Ray, Craw
ford and Adams accounted for an
other earned run. In the ninth Black
was given a pass to first and scored
when Taylor threw the wild ball to
Stovull at first.
Clarence Penland made a fine
catch of a line drive In left field.
Brown stopped a hot grounder with
one hand and got his man at first.
Fay nabbed a line drive and throw to
Brown at third, completing a neat
double play. Cox made a pretty run
ning catch in center field, falling as
he caught tho ball. Menefee at first i
and Crawford at third, played a good !
game for tho visitors. Danny Shea j
(Concluded on page 8.)
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