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Hie work with the stick
figured promlaeetly In tht run et
tiag. la tha Mcoud frame ho tore
Ioom with a triple aad scored when
Tesreau threw the bell away. In the
fourth, when the second score wu
aaasud by the bees esters, Oardaer
draw a pass, bat was forced oat sad
did aot agar la the scoring, la the
alaU, however, he again started the
raworks with, a slagle aad scored on
passer poked oat a couple of two
begejers, bat aeUher helped la scor
ia. Wood was Impregnable up to the
sixth laalag, when he weakened a
trlae. It waa air the almost super
haawaly brilllaat playlag of Wagner
aad Terkee, who formed an absolute
steae wall la the Infield, that saved
the game for Bostoa at that stage.
Tht gates were opened at 11 o'clock.
Tha crowd grabbed seats. Ualess It
rates agate, play will be started.
Tha weather was gloomy when the
game started. Speaker appeared on
tha loM Umplag. Marquard and Do
ver war cheered whea the OlanU
appeared. The game started at 2
o'oleck. The batteries were Tesreau
sad Meyers for New York and Wood
and Cady for Boetoa.
A Fine Photo
From a dear friend of re! tin
ts a precloua keepsake. Why
not send one this. year as a
Cottle mm' foy'e slttlag. A
variety or .late Moeata
have Jawt arrived
An experienced photograph
er aad eeapeteat asslsUnt have
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I v work for you at the
Hooper waa up first for Bv4ton.
He singled, and was advanced to sec
ond on Yorkes' sacrifice. Speaker
drove out a two bagger, but Hooper
could not score. Lewis wss an easy
Devore, first up for the Olsnts, fan
ned. Doyle singled. Snodgrass forced
Doyle out at Second. Saodgrass was
caught taking too big a lead off first
The first score for the Boetoalaas
came la this frame. Oardaer drove
out a loag one for three bases aad
scored on a wild pitch. Sub filed
out and Wagner followed suit. Cady
swung three times Into space. Oae
Murray fanned. Merkle siagted
Hersog was out on an Infield bit aad
Meyers filed out.
Wood singled. Hooper drew a
pass. Yerkea forced Wood at third.
Speaker failed to connect with a safe
one and Lewis was an easy out.
Fletcher was aa easy oat. Tee
resu faaaed. Devore waa out.
Boston annexed another run In the
fourth. Oardaer walked, but be was
forced out at second by Stsbl, who at
once stole second. Wagner went oat.
but Steal took third on the play.
Cady singled, scoring Stabl. Wood
Sled out. Oae rua.
Doyle went out on an Infield
grounder. Snodgrass and Murray
The OlanU got a score In their
half. Merkle fanned. Hertog sin
gled. Meyers Sled out. Fletcher
doubled, scoring Hertog. McCormlck
batted for Tesreau. McCormlck was
out on a grounder. One run.
Ames replaced Tesreau. Hooper
filed out. Terkes waa out. Spesker
doubled. Lewis was out.
Devore was out. Doyle filed out.
Snodgrass slnglsd. Murrsy followed
with a safe one, but Merkle fanned.
fJardner singled. Stahl advanced
him to second on a sacrifice. Wagner
walked. Cady forced Wagner. Wood
slagled, scoring Gardner, Cady taklni:
third. Hooper Hied out. One run.
Ilerxog Sled out. Meyers fouled
out. Fletcher filed out.
noeton ". 3
New Tork 1
Ilase lilts For New Yerk: Doyle,
Merkle, Hertog 2, Tesreau, Snodgrans
and Murray: two-bate hit, Klelclivr.
For Uosten: Hooper, Wood 2, Cady,
Ycrkes, fiardner: two-bam hits,
Speaker 2; ttirte-baao hit, Oardncr
8truck out By Tesreau Cady 2,
Lewis, Stahl, Wagner; total S, Ily
Woed: Murray 2. Tesreau. 8nod-
grass, Meyers, Merkle 2; total 7.
Ilaie on balls Ily Tesrrau 2, by
Wild pitch Tesreau 1.
Hits Errors IIUIKAT t'KOWD
FREE home rent, use of cow and
I chickens to responsible party who
will rare for place., Pbjbne Huburban
1 9X1. -Si ll-ot
A rrnwd of bvtwren COO and 700
prrson brgau to congregate at 7 30
o'clock last night In front of tlio
lloutton opera houte, rongmtlng tho
street and literally Jamming with a
howling throng the theater lobby to
ucurt) the free seats for 'The Girl of
the Hills," last night's attraction of-
fftrntt liv tha tmnitlnr Manlnn.PlAttiBn
When the curtain rose on the first
(net tho home wss packed to Its ut
.moil cspacity. The audience howled
'Its npprornt of the virile acting of tho
.Manloit'Clnman players In "Thu (llrl
of the Hills," which Is a story nf a
MANY PANNING GOLD:
TcmitMvc rued. A play better ralcu
lititd lo show the versatility of tho
players to follow 'The Coward' could i
nut havo been selected. Every mem
ber of the company appeared to ad-
tanlagc, and the play was up to the
iikii ianu.ru oi in Msniotccisman
Ttie'cnmpaiiy will present tho four-
tel rural comedy, 'The Country Girl"
tonight. This play Is n companion
piece lo "His Hopkins." Those in at
tendsnen aro promised a good laugh
Saturday matluce at 9:10 p. m. thu
un-nt Swedish comedy, Ole Olesoa."'
We have CTrryllilng iu
aeed for that ruble. lrl
Hook, Use, rojl, r.'fli,
bsskrts. etc, Wr rat
tt'Uts, guns ssd csinplug
THE. GUN STOIK
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tLuuai miereM i rousua in ine nicn lYlin-
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Hooper filed oat. Terkes alacled.
Speaker forced Yerkea out at bscobiI
and was himself out whea he tried to
steal a base.
Merkle was oat. Hsrioc ilnetwl.
Meyers fanned and Fletcher was put
out at first
Tesreau struck out two of the Red
Sox. Lewie, first ud for Boston fsn-
Bed. Osrdner fouled out and SUhl
It looked like a rua In New York's
half. Tesreau sUrted the ball roilln
with a single. Devore laid one dowa
la the diamond aad was aafe at first.
Doyle filed oat. Saodsraas f oread n.
vore'aad Tesreau took third. Mur
ray forced Saodgrass ouL
? Co To
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Show this lo your doctor. Ak haw M laere Id'a single Injurloui In.tt Jknt. AA
yw"h. 'nll Ayrr's lUhTvajar, as ma from these Ingrcdleait, l the M
arepsraiioA votj rcMiLi out in faiiiMv-i- m .i. .!. i.u. .. '.... iKkt,,
J. O. iff C41
Wsgaer aad Cady faaaed.
More tbaa ICO resldenU of Klam
ath Falls aad vicinity havo vlsltci
the offlces of the Sunshine High
Grade Mlalag company in this citf
during the two days the office aui
been open, and have Uken advantngd
of the opportunity to "pan" out gold
from samples of the ore from the
property which were brought hero by
Charles L. Fulton and D, X, Dawsoii,
who are practical mining men ind
officers of the company.
Associated with these men In the
development of the recently discov
ered mine are substantial builuixi
men aad beakers of Lakevlew.
The LakeV county metropolis Una
recently beenbroughl Into great
prominence In trie mining world be
cause one of IU citizens, Ueorgo
Wlngfield, who wss Raised In Lake
lw, having amassed several mil
lions at Ooldflald, tbrouah the dtol.
. Don't Pay Money f 0f Darkness
use oia-rasmonea carbon
icpment of the Ooldflold CousolldatH,'
ivrnirn nni nnirf it , ftiitniAu A.. .....
...-.. .... ,'H.M ... .IWHHUIUVI. Ml CI 11 TUU
$23,000,000 In proflU in five yenrs. lamps you ore paying 6 cenU out of
Mining men from nil over thu every dollar for darkness. Use Edl-
world have visited tho Sunslilno son Maida latnus and turn vour hnt.
group, and doclaro that thoy hawi dollar'a worth of Current Into Its'ht.
never seen a property In any part Tut an Edlsog' Maid a lamp whsr
which gives such promise of bcom- jc or you havo a carbon lamp, and'you
Ing n sensational gold producer. Ore will get three times as much light
assaying up. to 120,000 per ton hnalvlthout spending a cent more for
been taken from this mlae, aad ear .electricity,
load shipments have glvon returns of Como to our store today and see
1248 per ton. 'tin proof.
The Sunshine company Is prepa Ingj Edison Matda lamps nave revolu
to do extemlvo development work lionized electric lighting for homes,
""" "in'iT ay sinxing a aecp sPU mores, oinces, factorlos. Tbey are so
on the rich oro vein, and no doubt durable thut lliey are used on auto
extenslvo Uoponlts of gold will bo vn. (mobiles nnd fust trains. They burn
countered which will bring fortunc-H . " ""V position, fit any socket, use
to stockholders In the company. ," current. They are made la all
An Invitation Is oxtendod to nil ,', with platn, bowl frosted or
to visit the offlco of the company nnd completely frosted globes. See our
see the rich ores from" the mine ct "indow dltDlar.j.VBs saodsra ! iiw.
High Orade. tin the radiance oMhe Rdlsnn u...
Call us now Mr'Nboae la UN,
C. B. COON
The Uccnical Maa 010 Mala
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jt. i .ars r 3ws'. a
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for thewhole family Is the an
showing a comfortabls see
.y. . i .L- .ulsaa
ing naiance in in !"
Every new deposit UU
Ininranra nf fnmfOfl WIISVSI
which there csn bs no rsal s-
plness. Vou ought to have woi
a book. Why aot corns bare sal
gst oae today?
Trust nd Savinris Bank
Klaaiath lkl, Oregon
lVOlvtlila: In eytt.Klo',
Hold llrrTFsrnlallre '
Hl.srnmt CIs Co.'s llae.
Die Btelaway nnd other laW
i...n.v nutmv tiinkri at V0
.erute'iirlrss. Tuning nnl repairs
, Agoary for
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wiiivriii iirniuM"- -rt
fVlinOft TAI.KIWI machiss
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7 It Mala Itreet.
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