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HUNTERS OUT AFTER BIRDS MANY NIMRODS REPORT LIMIT BAGS OF DOVES WERDIN REPORTED AS REGULAR ROUGH RIDER Party Whioh Accompanied Him to Big Tejunga Had All They Wanted of Bad, Bumpy Roads All kinds of hunters with all kinds of weapons are out pursuing the festive dove these days, but they are all wandering far from their own firesides to do it. There is nothing doing with the birdies close to home, and everything but the automobile has been deserted as a means of transportation. Dave Katz, Harry Webb, Ed Tufts. E. It Werdin, Bobby Ross and George Adams made up a neat little party which went out after them and returned with reports of a limit bag. The bunch es corted two machines to the mouth of the Big Tejunga, and save for the fancy ride which Werdin gave the occupants of his auto the trip was made without especial Incident. According to Dave Katz. Werdin is the original rough rider, and has Billy Reuss and the rest of these rambling roadsters beaten at every turn on the highway. The trip over the roughest roads in the country was made in record time, and if Werdin missed a bump either coming or going Kat2 Bays neither ho nor any of the other occupants of the tonneau no ticed it. According to all reports the same bunch will take another shot at it today, and this time they will have to produce the goods or no tales of limit bags will be believed. The efforts of the entire party were directed toward getting Bill Tufts to go along, but the corpulent one dpcided he would rather take his at the beach In stead of at the Big Tejunga. Guy Lovelace and Charlie Van Valken berg made up a small but select party wrlch drifted out to Enslno last night. and as they claim to know right where the birdies go to sleep another story of how to kill the limit can be expected. Louie Denker and his bunch also went out yesterday, and they expect to return from Cucamonga today with a tonneau full of birds. Bernal Dyaa and Charlie Van Loan are two who will make Seven Oaks their headquarters while roaming the moun tains with either gun or rod. Vincent will Join them later and the trio Is expected to do something to tho trnut and deer at the noted San Bernardino county resort. Harry Lusk and "Saddlerock Tom" took a run out to Calabasas the other day. and the best they got for thflr long jaunt was one measely little bird, which bore all the evidences of having been ready for the grave long before they appeared on the scene. Tom came back home with a ¦tory of how he and Lusk each bagged the limit after an hours shooting, but a wise farmor who thought Tom wanted the story told came along and spoiled it all by coming through with the real truth. The woods will he full of hunters next Saturday and Bunday. and In all probabil ity the San Fernando wash, which has not been overrun this year, will get its full quota. The country up above Saugus will also be visited In more than usual numbers, and unless the birds are much wilder than they were last Tuesday limit "fogs which will bear inspection should be brought In. CRAVATH SCORES ONLY TALLY IN WHOLE GAME MAKES TWO.BAGGER AND GETS HOME ON WILD ONE Both Cates and Gray Act Stingy with Their Safe Ones — Angels Play in Errorless Form STANDING OP TUB 1 1.1 us ClubK — -Won. Lost. Pet. L,o» | Angeles «3 38 JSB2 Ban Francisco .',4 44 .".I Oakland 00 SO .300 Portland 33 58 .302 By Associated Press. SAN FRANCISCO, July IS.-Los Ange les shut out Oakland this afternoon by a score of 1 to 0. Tin- only run scored came in the ninth, when Cravath made a two-bagger, went to third on Smith's hit and got home on a wild pitch of Cates.' Score: LOS ANGELES AB R BH SB PO A X Bernard, cf 3 ,< o o 3 0 0 EIIIh. If 2 0 0 10 0 0 Piashear, 2b 3 0 0 0 3 6 0 Dillon. 1b 4 0 0 0 9 1 0 Cravath, rf 4 13 0 110 Jud Smith. Sb 4 0 0 0 10 0 Delmas, as 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 Kag»r, c 4 0 0 0 8 10 Gray, p 3 0 0 10 2 0 Totals 30 1 4 2 27 11 0 OAKLAND AB R BH SB PO A 2 J'm Smith, If 4 0 10 0 0 0 Van Haltren. cf 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 Ktltmuller. rf 3 0 0 0 10 0 Eegan, ss 2 0 0 13 4 0 Bliss, c 3 0 0 0 4 1 11 Bisble, lb 3 0 0 0 14 1 1 Haley, 2b 3 0 0 0 3 5 0 Devereauz, 8b 3 0 10 0 2 0 Cate«, p 3 0 10 0 4 0 Totals 2S 0 3 1 ;7 17 1 SCORE BY INNINGS X.OB AngelP3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I—l Hits 010 00110 I—4 Oakland 11 0 n n 0 0 0 0 o—o Hits 11 v 2 <J 0 0 0 0 1-3 HI'MMARY Twn-nasfl hits— Cravath. 2 Sacrifice hits- Bernard, Delmas. Firm Ui... 1.1, i.. , Off Gray, 1; off Cates, i. Struck out By Gray 7: by Oates, 4. Wild pltchii Cat. Tlme- J:BO. Umpire— Arlett. CALIFF LETS BOODLERS BUNCH BINGLES AND WIN Barney Joy Is on the Slab for Frisco and He Holds Portland Down to Five Scattered Hits ,f>clated Press. PORTLAND, July IS.— The visitors bunched hits on Calllt In the fourth to day, netting them two runs and winning the game. Score: X H E San Francisco .. 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 o—B 7 3 Fortland 0 0 0 1 0 v n 0 0-1 6 4 Batteries— Joy and Street; Calif! und Dona hue. Umpire— Derrick. CRICKET MATCH Uj»,Bjr' Associated Pre««. '. MALVERN. Eng., July 18.— In the ¦ .'. cricket s match ¦ here today between the 'University of Pennsylvania and Malvern . college ' the . Americans . scored 264 runs •; to 1 204 by the British players. Each side -' had, one Inning. ;;,: ¦ ¦ ;-.'¦'¦':: ¦'¦...''. '¦¦¦.' ¦ ' • STANDING OF THE MAJOR LEAGUE CLUBS NATIONAL Cluba— Won. 1.0.t. Pet. < lil.hki) 60 20 .750 New York 47 20 .018 I'll l-l, 48 31 .007 PhilailHphlu 43 34 .533 Bonton 83 4.1 .434 Brooklyn 30 4r. .444 Clnclnnnl I 33 47 .403 St. l.onl* 10 ail .253 AMERICAN LEAGUE TWO FOR YANKEES By Associated Press. CHICAGO. July 18.— New York gave Chi cago two beatings today, winning the tlm Eflme 11 to 2, and the second 4 to " Flrnl gam?, score: Chicago 2. hits 6, errors 4. New York 11. hits 16, errors 1. -' v Batteries— White. Fiona. Sullivan, McFarlanJ and Hart; Newton and Thomas. • Second game score: * Chicago 0, hits 3, errors 3. New York i. hits 4, errors 1. Battorles-Walsh and Sullivan; Orth and Klelnow. CLEVELAND SHUT OUT Cleveland, July IS.— Philadelphia made it three straight today hy outplaying Cleveland and shutting the locals out. Score: Cleveland 0, hits 5, errors 0. Philadelphia R. hits 12, errors 1. Batteries— Khodes, Hess, Bernhart and Clerk; Bender and Pollers. DETROIT TAKES BOTH DETROIT, July 18.— Both games of a double header were won by the home team today. Score: Detroit 5, hits 10. errors 2. Washington 2, hits 7, errors 1. Batteries— Mullen and Schmidt; Gherlng and Second game score: Detroit 11. hits 18, errors 0. ¦Wnshlngton 2, hits 6, errors 3. Batteries— Kllllan and Payne; Patten anl Htydon. TODAY'S RACE ENTRIES BUFFALO First race. 5 furlongs— Our Boy, Oceanic, Terah. Oleryer. Javelin, Jennl»'s Beau, Run ning Account. Greeno, 111; King Folly. Henry Kelly. US; Bayardo. 117. Second race, 5 furlongs— Beymour Beutler, 17; Tom Shaw, fncle Toby, Takbu, Bridge Whist. 107; Approdlte. Merrlman, 109: Seville, 19; Lama Clay. 104; Concord. Luietta. Shirliy R. 974; Apple Toddy. 112; Bayardo. 100. Third race. Sis furlongs, selling-Geo. Swain, p.'anlhara, 102; Sallie Suter. Allerion, 101; Med dlesome Boy. Rectortown, 108; Cart. Hale. 106. Fourth race. 6 furlongs, selling— Durbar. 101; Ralbprt, Augustln Allen. Ill; Alencon, 116; St. Joseph. 114; Cloten, 10S; Lee Harrison 11, Lamptrimmer, 100: Kllllecrankle. 92; Rector town. Allerton. 97; Dutch Pete, 103; Ida Beck, W. Flat, 103. Fifth race. 1 1-16 miles, selling— Peter Knight. 103; Roily Poly, 94; No Trumper, Jupiter, 101; Mcnochorder, 99; Chlppewa, 100. Sixth race, mile, selling— Edwin H.. Encore, Willis Green. Crafty. I"L\ Halbard, 88; Zlpan go, Punky, 108; Nancy. M. Seventh race. mile-Polly Prim, 99; Missouri Led, Marster, 101; Mark Anthony 11.. 104; Con tend, 98; Geo. S. Davis, 1)5; Cobmosa, 10?. SEATTLE Firm race, 64 furlongs, selling— Bakersfleld, Tramway. Descartes. 107: Lady Kent. Rustic Lady Bonnet. Bessie Welfly, Careburn. 105; Pepper Pod. Lydia Wrouseman. mo Second raw, 6^ furlongs, selling-Old Mike. Charlc-s Oreen. Black Clcud, Royal Scott. 107; Hattle Carr, Katie Bell. Miller's Daughter, l.ovey Mary, Marie Antoinette, 105; Dr. Row ell. 102. Third race. 7 furlongs, selling-Storm. H«ssie Vasey Maud Muller. Southern Larty. 1081 Dan gerous Girl, Ramona. Ill; CrlKll. Suavita. 10.1. Fourth race. T furlon K s. selling- Jackful. El Chihuahua, Rudabei-k. Gentle Harry. Ill; Col. Bronston, Linda Rose. 109; Metlakatla. 104; Seven Bells. Elota. Christmas Tide. Runsum. OS- Senator Warner. 9S. Fifth race, 1 1-16 miles. selling-Duelist. Mc- Orathtana Prince. Paclfleo. Prestolus, Jlngler. 109: Ikki. Our Sallle, 107: M.mr. 1"4. Elth race, mile, aelllng-Ju.lge. Dewey, Avon tellus 111- Jack Adams. Red Reynard, Lem Reed.' 107; Prestige. Sliver Wedding. 105; Fon casta, 102; Santa Ray, 100. RESULTS AT SEATTLE By Associated Press. First rao", »H furlong»— Tetamu won, Ar curt second, Baziinl third; time 1:31%. Second race, 64 furlnnua— Bologna won, Water Thrush second, Hlrtle third; time 1:07. Third race. mllo-The Irishman won, Pell tnnv, secnn.l, Taos third: time 1:4244. Fourth race. 1 mile 100 yards-Fasto»o won, Belmont second, Isah«lllta third; time 1:«J4. Fifth race. 6 furlonßH-I.nnl of th« Forest won Aunt Poly second. Nonle Lucille thdrl; Si&th race, B furloncs— Hereafter wnn. Grace Q ZeamA. Common Sim third; time 1:00. BRIGHTON BEACH RESULTS By Associated Press. NEW YORK, July 18.— Brighton Beach re- BU First rare, one mile and a slxteenth-Hy perlon won, Cuttt-r second. Pretension third; Second race, fl.e anii a half furlongs-Sin gleton won, Proclivity second. Corn Cob third; Third race— one mile and a furlongs— Golf Ball won. Running Water second, Confederate Fou'rth^ace, "Queen's stakes, one mile and a half-Gold Lady won. Yankee Girl Bccond, Portrr third; time 1:12 8-5. Fifth rrce, six furlon ß a-Handzel won. Dick Flnncl second, Trouble Maker third; time 1 sixth race— Flvn and a half furlonfta-Rara Avis won, Skylit second, Banyah third; time Seventh race one mile and a sixteenth- Red Leaf won, Tipping second. King Cole third; time 1:46. EULL FIGHTERS WILL BE BUSY WITH WILD ONES Since Ring Battles Drifted Into Pork and Bean Affairs Sports Are Watching Tia Juana Events Since Lo» Angeles turned from litiiiß the tight center of the country to the home of the pork and heaner the sports who formerly thirsted for a sight of the gore of their fellow man have switched attitudes and are now taking an interest in bull fighting. The fights which were held at Tia Juana recently drew all kinds of spectators from Los Angeles and tho management of tho ring is encouraged to stage a few more of the gory battles between man and beast. According to the present program Sun day is the date on which the next bull light will be held in the Lower California city. While the nam.?s of the head guys are enough to give a white man lockjaw they arc said to be all to the chile con tame when it comes to stabbing a bull In the eye, and they will go through the stunt again. Antonio Perez Torerito de Sevllla is the main Bqueeze, and he is down on the program as the champion matador of the world, with a diploma In his pocket signed by the king and queen of Spain. Fran cisco Alonso Paqulro Is also there with the big graduation certificate, and Gon zalo Junquera Gonzallto will do the pole vault over a flying toro. Perhaps these are stage names, but If they are the bull fighters had better be careful they do not trip over them when a festivo toro Is in full tilt after them. But names or no names, the bull fighters will make merry in the Tia Juana ring next Sunday and also on the Sunday following. Five bulls have been brought up from Durango to make sport for the populace, and according to the publicity department of the big named show they are the fiercest thing ever turned in off the range. LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1907 AMERICAN Cluba— Won. Lout. Pet. ChlriiKO 52 28 -.050 Cleveland 47 33 .587 Phllniielphln 45 33 .384 Detroit 44 32 .578 New York 30 40 .473 St. I.oulu 32 47 .405 l. in «I.n« I. n ai» 4S .377 Washington 2.-. .-.11 .333 COMPLETE PLANS FOR BIG TOURNEY SWIMMERS WILL COMPETE IN NAPLES WATERS Secretary Henry Makes Final Arrange ments, and Athletes from All Over the Coast Are Expected to Enter Naplei will bo the scene of the state swimming championships this year, and the various events to decide the suprem acy of this section of the country will be held there on the 28th of this month. Rumors that the nig events would be held at Naples have been floating around for some weeks, but It was not until yesterday that anything definite was done. Secretary Leslie Henry of the Southern California Swimming association, under whose auspices the big affair will be held, then completed the final arrangements, and the carnival is assured. From the looks of things at present the tournament of water sports, which will also include the fourth annual tour ney held under the auspices of the local association, will surpass anything of tho kind ever held here. The list of entries denotes that plenty of real swimming talent will be on hand, and the prizes and trophies to be hung up will make the honor of winning doubly desirable. Swimmers from all over the coast will be in attendance. While Keating and Watllngton, two of the best in this sec tion of the country, will not be on hand to compete, athletes from many outside points will make up the loss, and the affair will be larger than anything of the kind ever attempted here. Watllngton and Keating will not be able to compete because they are at pres ent on Heating's ranch In British Colum bia, and cannot possibly get hack here in time to enter. But other local cracks will do their best to uphold the honor of the southland, and they have a fair chance to do so. Interest in the outsiders who will com pete centers in George Bromley, who will represent the Webster and Olympic clubs of San Francisco. Bromley is the coast Itnerscholastic champion in the 140. and his record in each of these events shows that he is some of a swimmer. Wilbur Kyle, the Southern California champion, will be on hand to defend his title, and also to try and annex the high laurels for the coast. Both he and Brom ley are entered In all four championship events, and the race between them should prove close enough for anybody's money. In addition to the two champions many other swimmers of note will be on hand to compete In the 60, 100, 440 and SSO-yard races, which comprise the list of cham pionship events. M. E. Flowers and L. Belnhoff of Santa Monica have both left their names with Secretary Henry, as have the following: George MeManus of Lamanda Park, Fred Holborow and Brown of Ocean Park, Roy Haslett of Long Beach, E. S. Somerville and others. Bomerville is a newcomer from Australia, and he is expected by his friends to prove as good as Pat Higgins, who surprised local swimmers a few seasons ago by winning everything in sight. While the entries do not close until the day of the race Secretary Henry is tle sirous of knowing definitely the names of the competitors. He Is expecting big fields in each of the four championship events, and Is confident that the affair will bu the biggest thing of its kind ever pulled off In local waters. In addition to the championship events a 60-yard race for Juveniles and a flash of like distance for woman swimmers will be on the boards. The juvenile lists are already well filled, and the athletes of the fair sex nre expected to respond at the proper time. Entries to the various events, can be made to Secretary Henry at the Dyad- Cline company on Third street, and "any information in regard to the prize list and rules governing the big events can be had at the same place. FLYNN WINS EASILY FROM CHICAGO MAN Dave Barry Battered to Pieces in the Sixth and Jack Curley Throws Up Towel in Seventh Round By Associateil Tress. PUEBLO, Colo., July IS.-Jim Flynn won easily here tonight from Dave Barry of Chicago in the seventh round of what was scheduled to be a 20-round bout. Barry was completely outclassed throughout and was badly battered by Flynn. In the sixth round he was floored by a terrific right to the jaw ami tin- gong alone saved him. When the seventh opened he was still weak and after Flynn had knocked him through the ropes Jack Curley threw up the towel. Barry's right eye was closed in the second and his left eye was almost closed when tho seventh round opened. NATIONAL LEAGUE TWO HOMERS BY GIANTS U> Associated Press. NEW YORK. July IS. -Tho efforts of Devlin and Hivsmitiun i-ii.-ii of whom scored a home run. enabled New York to defeat Pluabuig tuday and remain in second place In the championship race, bcore: Pittsburß 2, hits 6, errors 1. New York 4. hits 9, errors 0. Batteries— Leover. Dugftleliy ami Qlbson; Wiltae and Bowerman. Umpire-O'Day. OVERALL WINS AGAIN BOSTON, July 18.— Two singles ami a double, in th« llrHt Inning today gave Chicago the game. Score: Chicago 2 .hits 6, errors 2. Boston 0. hits 6, errorj 1. Batteries— Overall and Moran; Flaherty and Needham. Umpire— Johnstons. SCANLON WINS OWN GAME BROOKLYN. July 18.— By a timely effort In the seventh inning Scanlon won Ilia game with a three-bagger. Score: St. Louis 2. hits 6, errors 0. Brooklyn 3. hits 6, errors 2. Batteries— Walters and Marshal; Scanlon and Bergen. Umpire— Klwn. CHALLENGER WITHDRAWS By Associated Pr*M. SAN DIEGO, July 18.— It appears that there will be no races for ths Lipton cup off this hnrbor this summer, the oftuae being that A. J. Mitchell, owner of the yacht Columbine, has withdrawn his challenge (or the trophy and it now looks aa if there will be no contestant. TENNIS WILL HOLD BOARDS ARRANGEMENTS FOR BIG AFFAIR ARE COMPLETE CHAMPIONSHIPS TO BE PLAYED AT OCEAN PARK Many Old-Time Racquet Wielders Are Expected to Enter — Finals In Mixed Doubles at San Gabriel All preliminary arrangements, have been completed (or the twenty-third annual playing of the Southern California tennis championships, and the courts of the Ocean Park club have been selected as tho place where me crack racquet wleld ers of the slate will meet. The tourney will open a week from Monday and con tinue until the following Saturday. All tho events usually Included will again hold sway tliis year, and as an additional feature the management has added ;i ladles' special, which was such a pleasing number >>n the oard at the recent Ocean Park tourney. This event is for women players who have never won in an open tournament, and will draw forth a goodly list of entries. In the junior events the same rule as was followed at tho last tournament win 1m:, 1 sway. This makes the affair open to all youngsters under nineteen jreari of age. irrespective of whether they have ever gone to the end of the lists in pre vious affairs of the kind. The Southern California Lawn Tennis association, under whose auspices the tourney will lie conducted, has appointed the following committees to act in con nection with the big event: Publicity— A. C. ay and T. C. Bundy. Finance— S. M. Slnsahaugh. Eugene Overton and R. H. F. Vnrlel. jr. Tournament— H. H. Braly, Nat Browne, S. M. Blnsabaugh, T. C. Bundy and R. H. F. Variel, jr. Entertainment— Mrs. Robert Farquhar, Mrs. J. W. HendrlckS, Eugene Overton and Arthur Bumiller. The social side of tho week will not be neglected, and it is planned to do things on a much larger scale this year than at any tournament of past season?. Teal and small receptions will be the regular style In each days doings, and the dance which will wind up the woek will be much more elaborate In detail than any of those which have preceded it. Increased interest will be given to the tourney by the announced intention of many stars of bygone flays to once again enter the lists find give the youngsters battle. This means that D. C. Mcuilvray nd John S. Cravens, who have been absent from the courts for some years, will be on hand to display their ability against newer players, and also against the old guard which has never forsaken the asphalt. Many improvements are being made on the Ocean Park courts and the club members tnere are planning to entertain their guests of the week in royal style, and everything to insure the comfort of spectators and players will be looked after. Melville Long, present holder of the Pacific States championship, will in all probability be asked to come down from San Francisco and compete In the affair. Should he decide to come the champion will be accompanied by another San Franciscan, probably Gardner, and they will enter the doubles as a team repre senting the northern club. Entries to tne tournament will be re ceived hy ... C. Way at the First Nation al hank; S. M. Slnsabaugh, 329 West Third Street; and T. C. Bundy, 510 Bumil ler building. Saturday afternoon the finals in the mixed doubles, which were not completed at the recent tourney, will be played off on the courts of the San Gabriel Country club. Mrs. Farquhar and Bell will be on one side of tne net to oppose Mrs. Bruce and Bundy, and the play will be on the two out of throe sets order. In addition to the finals in the mixed doubles an Informal mixed doubles round robin tourney will be held, and many of the strongest teams In this section of the state are expected to enliven the play by their presence on the courts. M' CAREY WILL BEI ON JIMMY BURNS CANNOT TALK BUSINESS WITH NEAR CHAMPION Three Battles For Next Kid Show Ar. ranged by Leap — Attell May Meet Driscoll in Local Ring Tom McCarey is now a full-fledged "Burnsite." and he is willing to hack his talk with real money— and lots of it, too. Yesterday Mac offered to plunk up some thing like $5000 as a bet that Jimmy nurns could whip either Nelson or Britt. Yea he even went so far as to say that he was willing to bet the money that Jimmy could whip them both in the same night. Of course, it Is easy enough to get enough money together to get Britt and Nelson to sign articles to meet a fighter of Jimmy Hums' caliber in the same ring and McCarey will have a fat chance to bat his money— not. Hums is still Itching I" gst the short end of a purse for a Bgh< with Gans, and to show that he Is sincere offers to fight the black boy on a winner-t.ike-all basis. That is, he says he will do it, but maybe It's like- Tommy Burns and the fight with Johnson— all willing until it comes to tMkiim' the pen in hand and signing ar ticles. Tommy Burns got In yesterday, but the victory in the recent "championship" fight With Hill Squires did not serve to put him down any in his own estimation. The result was that Manager McCarey could not talk business with him in re gard to a fight with Johnson or Schreck, and there was nothing doing in getting the near- champion's name on a contract. Still, Tommy Burns is a real wise guy, and particularly so if the interview pub lished last night is right. In it Burns is reported as saying that Squires nearly had him out. and, of course, hands it to himself for being the game and cool battler by winning out from the Austral ian bunch of grape fruit. As McCarey could not get Burns to talk business he devoted his time to tho bunch of preliminary kids who will form the next card at Naud Junction. Harry L«ap. who Is handling the 'Frisco end of things, wired McCarey that he had several good boys signed up, and that they would be here for their appearance next week. Al Eramifk and Kid Webster will be one number that should be all right, con ¦tderlng the caliber, of the contestants. Webster Is a boy who should be far along in the ranks of the little fellows, yet he is still dubbing around here sparring for coffee and doughnuts. He will meet a good boy In Emmick, and should he win the local lad ought to be able to ge\ on with some of the better known nghtera in ills division. Jimmy Ford and Kid Dalton. Joe Sum mers and Abomlnnblr Ahrlut nnd Phil Knißht nnd I-poniird Zander were blho BlKncd up yesterday. At first it was planned to hook Kddlo Mennoy up with Jimmy Cnrrnll, hut when McCarey saw now badly Eddlo fnrrd with Webster in San Dießo he decided to cancel that par ticular number. Carroll la a Rood lm> . and If he could be matched fur an np pearnnce here with n fair preliminary battle It mißht bo worth wßtchln*. Able Attell wns also heard from, and the little chnmplon-one of the only two In tho business-said he didn't enre who ho wa.s matched with, Just. so It came soon. As Walter St. Denis has been In communication with McCarey In regard to a go for Driscoll it is probable that the English lad and Able will meet hero In n month or two. Jack Twin Sullivan Is also making; a noise over the wires again, and together with brother Mike he will meet nnybody in the world, bar none. The twins will be on tho coast soon, and then both Mike and Jack can tell their troubles In person and perhaps pick up a little Thanksglvln* money to add to the al ready plethoric Sullivan bank roll. KING OSCAR WANTS SUBJECTS TO RETURN Starts Investigation to Learn What Will Induce Emigrants to Go Back to the Father. land By Associated Press. CHICAGO, July 18.— King Oscar Is anxious to secure the return to Sweden of the hundreds of thousands of Swedes who have emigrated to America and has begun an Investigation to determine what were the conditions which prompted his people to leave the fatherland and what would be necessary for Sweden to do 10 induce them to return. The editors of the Swedish newspapers and Swedish ministers In Chicago yes terday received from the emigration in vestigation commlsstdn of Stockholm a circular calling on them to ascertain from each or as many as possible of their Swedish-American readers and parishioners: The chief cause of his emigation from Sweden. His present condition and earning power. Whether he Is employed In agricultural, mechanical or other pursuits, or as an unskilled laborer. When and how often he has visited Sweden, hia family connections In Sweden and in tho United States, and in what trades he has been employed in this country. EUROPEAN TRAVELERS BREAK ALL RECORDS By Associated Press. NEW YORK, July IS.— "Those who talk nbout a letup li prosperity," says Pas senger Manager W. W. Jeffries of the International Mercantile Marine com pany, "should come to the piers and see the great American public with pockets bulging with money hurrying aboard ship." Not only are there full pockets but there are more seagoers than ever be fore. Figures show that the outgoing trans- Atlantic cabin passenger traffic from the port of New York will break all rec ords this year. Already more than 63,500 first and more than 59,000 second class passengers have sailed from here since January 1. This is an increase of almost 3000 in the saloon, and more than 9000 in the second cabin compared with last year's figures for the same period. Berth room on every trans-Atlantic steamer to sail within the next month is sold out. Five vessels will leave today with large passenger lists. ARMY AND NAVY UNION WANT CANTEEN RESTORED By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, July IS.— The conven tion of the Army and Navy union today voted In favor of the restoration of the army cantten and for an increase of 10 per cent in the pay of petty officers and enlisted men of the navy on every four years of service. The resolution In favor of the resto ration, of the army canteen declares: "That our own experience has' shown beyond question that the tale of beer and light drinks In the army canteen was a veritable temperance measure; that It aided In promoting the moral welfare and comfort of the men in the posts and camps and that no greater blow to genu ine temperance was ever struck than when the law was repealed." OKLAHOMA PROPOSES TO PROSECUTE LYNCHERS By Associated Press. GUTHRIE, Okla., July 18.— For the first time in the history of Oklahoma the government will prosecute lynchers. United States Marshal John Abernathy and two assistant United States attor neys are in Osage, Okla., tonight to se cure evidence against the members of the mob that Tuesday night hanged the negro, Frank Bailey, for assaulting Brakeman Frank Kelly. Charges of murder will be preferred against the men and boys. Osage Is In an Indian reservation and the territorial authorities have no Juris diction. SAN FRANCISCO GIRL DROWNED AT YOSEMITE By Associated Press. YOSEMITE, Cal., July 18.— Miss Irene Perington, a young woman from San Francisco, was drowned here this after noon while trying to take pictures of Happy isles. Miss Perington left Yosemlte camp this morning to visit Happy isles and while stepping from a rock to a log lost her balance and fell into the rapids. The parties with her tried to save her life, but the current was so swift that they were unable to rescue her. Parties were at once organized to search the river banks, but at a late hour tonight the body had not been found. RED PERKINS RAKES UP ANOTHER KIDS' LEAGUE Red Perkins, the only slmon pure base ball impresario in Southern California, has been busy again, and the results of his hard labor have been to organize a new league among the different play ground teams In Los Angeles. The teams which Red has grabbed for the new venture are as follows: Violet street, Echo park, Cautolar and New Macy streets. A six-weeks' schedule, which will be started next Saturday, will be played. The first game is slated between the Violet streets and the Echo parks, and every Saturday and Wednesday after l noons thereafter games will be played on the different diamonds. UflK ¦¦¦I^ Specialism i*pi)<SsSEv *^^'*^i»VrJI for ' /S^t^^^#^O^ V V • ' *% nrlrorrle. vim **4^^^fci*^^ rial 1 15 on Gl Strict mluln wt|w ipfif f\ Blood ¥ ft *Ujnjm' LOIUnfIHV ni.raaea. J^L. A^Wf V^V/lll^JUfll J Contracted 'H JkldP Jv Downstairs at our entrance. 202W 8. " I " c ""' 1 ». IM*^\*. Broadway, you can help yourself to ' ""««« vSmfU} >/.l%v our medical Journal. An extensive DUea»en, JkoSfff description of our special work Is l.o»« of Vital wtoL^KA ''mSrk given. It contains full Information Power. R9H 'MT"JBm SMI i which we cannot publish In our ad- Kidney and tf£Sf:SM\la Jam- \a3»ii vertiscment. If you live out of tho nin<ld->r HIHIMHwfM city, write for one. Truuhlm. WuR Weakness, Its Cause and Cure Nearly every man suffering from so-called vl. .1 weakness h*« a . hi> *...•« which is at the bottom of the trouble. The main cairees are «?lcture viricoce'e enlarged Inflamed prostate, results of abuses and excesses h», 1 , , 'v . 15 «5' dcrs. etc., which obstruct the functional centers. Wher a man anoHes to uS Znf' ferlng from weakness we find and remove the cause Just th« a?m?» -?,«*" pert engineer or electrician finds and removes the cause when m£hin» # n '. to do its work. We have no difficulty In curing these cases* wo hSve cSred them by the thousands. We have the necessary knowledge skill nnJ .»« uL« ™ find the cause and give the proper treatment, thus putting the organs Vn "a nor Sal trouble 0 " Whe " th " weakness disappears, which was o"nlya°.ySsto« of tho Varicocele and Results Any case of varicocele which is left without proper treatment will in time n»«ult In complete loss of one-half of the vital power oesldes there b« m/r. «i less sympathy by the unaffected side, often producing completed of Vitality to say nothing of Its effect upon the circulation, nerve centers, dragging sensal tions and weary feelings produced. Varicocele produces a bunch of large knotted and twisted veins on the left side They can be readily distinguished by the feel. We only want our patients from I to 7 days 0 guarantee a radical and permanent cure of every case. We have been curing varicocele IB years in Los Angeles, and will show you cured cases In abundance, If you are lnteresten- Don't pay your money out on varicocele until the doctor shows you the actual cured cases among Los Angeles' beat citizens. We cure In one week, with no Contracted Disorders Of all the diseases peculiar to men contracted disorders are the most abused by cut-and-try, hit-and-miss treatment administered by good friends druirelst^ doctors In general practice and most of the would-be sneclelists It fs certainly tor / 1 « ln * to ,'? e !5 1 " th ,e story of the average patient telling his experience with the different kinds of so-called treatments he has teen "up against " A larci majority of our patients come to us with all the original disease and part or all of the complications resulting from delay and mistreatment We generally have to cure them after some or all of the following conditions' have developed": Chronic discharge, stricture or all of the chronic bladder troubles diseased prostate, sores, swellings, etc., besides a patient whose confidence 'and mind are also diseased through failure and disappointment. Don't trifle with these disorders; co to a doctor who knows how to cure you; it Is the cheapest, surest and shortest way out. We have been 25 years In tie business. We give a free examination and send out books on application Any person with good reference can secure treatment from us until cured before paying for his case. : 202/2 South Broadway, Cor. 2nd HOURS— 9 TO 4; 7TO 8. SUNDAYS, 9TO 12 July 15th The Season Opened for DEER and DOVES SEE US FOR YOUR OUTFIT We carry in stock all the latest rifles and shot- guns, tents, camp furniture, etc. Everything for the camper. Take a South African water bag with you. It will keep water ' cool and ¦ fresh. All kinds of fishing tackle for the ocean or trout stream. r • Tufts -Ly on Arms Co. 132-134 South Spring Street GotoH.Slotterbeck IV*?, pp U a £h«i.. Fishing Tackle or Sporting Goods POPE CENSURES MODERN AUTHQRS ORDERS INQUISITIVE BODY TO NOTE ERRORS With His Approbation Sixty.five Prop ositions Are Condemned — Disap. proves Examining Dogmas by Writers By Associated Press. ROME, July 18.— The syllabus promul gated by the pope yesterday with regard to the so-called modernism in the faith contains a preamble which sets forth that Roman Catholic authors, under the pre text of examining dogmae, explained them in the name of history in such a fashion that the dogmas themselves dis appear. To prevent such efforts, tne preamble says, the pope has ordered a congregation of Inquisition to note and reprove the principal errors, and with his approbation sixty-five propositions are condemned. These include the following: Dlvire Inspiration doea not guarantee all and every part of the Holy Scr.ptures against error. The resurrection of the Savior Ib not an historical fact, but is purely supernatural. It can neither be demonstrated nor is it demonstrable. The Roman Catholic church became the head of all churches not yet by divine orriinar.ces, but by purely political cir cumstance?. The church is the enemy of natural and theological sciences. The Christian doctrine was firse Judaic, then Pauline, then Hellenic, then uni versal. The principal articles of the apostles' creed had not tho same significance to the primitive Christian? a* they have to the Christians of the present time. ANOTHER TRAGEDY APPEARS IN CASE Woman Said to Have Been Magill's Sweetheart Takes Poison— Had Left Husband for Lover By Associated Press. j '\ '..¦*¦ : : > ¦¦¦„ SAN DIEGO. Cal.. July 18 .-Fred H. Magill and wife are in the nt he J r^ quietly awaiting the arrival .Sheriff Campbell of Dewitt county, Illinois, who is to take them back to Clinton. 111., to face me charge of having murdered Ma glll's first wife. to go ;at his pleasure, They are ready to goat his pleasure, as soon as he can stand the trip. They have been resting for some time. Miss Margaraet Magill. the daughter, has been removed from the Ho tel Rob inson by direction of her father s attor ney, and her present whereabouts are known to him only. He says that he did this to protect her from annoyance of those who wanted to Interview her. ! " V / «... . ¦• - •• Another Tragedy In Case CHICAGO, July 18.— A dispatch to the Record-Herald from Clinton, 111., says: Mrs. Mabel Parrett, said to be an old sweetheart of Fred H. Magill, who, with his bride, is a prisoner at San Diego, Cal., on a murder charge, was found unconscious last 'night on the ground of Mrs. Pet Magill, his alleged victim.' She had taken strychnine and despite the efforts of physicians, who are working over her, her attempt at suicide may be successful. The young woman was some times known under the name of Lillian Ryan The woman has not been living with her husband for several months. It is alleged that the cause of tho separation was Fred Magill's attentions to her. Mrs. Parrett is 22 years old and hand some. Late in the night it was announced by the attending physician that she has a chance to recover, although her condition is critical. The body of Mrs. Maglll was exhumed last night. Over two hours were consumed in the task, which was performed by two pro fessional grave diggers. They were watched over by eight doctors, among whom were the two specialists from Chi cago. The two Chicago specialists carried back with them in large jars all the vital organs of the body of Pet Magill. It will be at least ten days, possibly fifteen days, before it would be possible to announce the result of the analysis. AUTOMOBILES CRASH; ONE MAN IS KILLED Two Others Are Fatally Injured When Head-on Collision Occurs. Machines Reduced to Scrap Iron By Associated Press. NEW YORK, July 18.— While .running along at express train speed two auto mobiles filled with merrymakers return ing from Coney Island crashed head-on early today upon the dimly lighted ocean parkway, and as a consequence one man is dead and two others are fatally in jured. The dead man, Thomas F. Donovan of New York, was Impaled upon the spokes of his own machine. The Injured are Chapman Ropes of Morristown, N. J., and an unidentified man. Donovan's machine carried no lights. Running along at sixty miles an hour Donovan determined to take the outside of the road. He did not see Chapman Ropes, driv ing a powerful machine, approaching In an opposite direction and running about forty miles an hour. The machines were upon one another before their drivers realized what had happened. The crash reduced the machines to scraplron. Donovan was thrown from his machine and the spokes of a broken wheel pierced his chest. Ropes and his com panion were found beneath the wreckage. Donovan died in the hospital and the physicians say that the two injured men probably will die. A third automobile which came flying along the avenue im mediately after the accident nearly col lided with the wreckage^ Woman Is Pardoned By Associated Press. JACKSON, Miss., July 18.— Governor Vardamen this afternoon pardoned Mrs. Annie Birdsong. She ' was sentenced to five years in the penitentiary for killing Dr. Butler In Lawrence county.