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f mms> w t TOMMY MILTON BREEZES HOME WINNER IN TACOMA RACES II) TED COOK ; SPEEDWAY, Tacoma, July 6.—Xewlywed Tommy Milton « is $lO,OOO richor today and his bride of a week is supremely happy. He won the 225-mile "Three A" championship auto Thcc here yesterday after circling the 115 laps at an aver age speed of 95 miles an hour. Milton thundered around Without making a single stop at the pits. Hk. Fifty thousand people saw the race. *|,» Ralph Mutford. in a Monroe, won second money. $.".000. j>« His trip to the pits for a tire gave Milton's Duesenberg a S lead which terrific driving could not overtake. Si The official scorers counted Kddie Hearne, in a Revere *s! Special, as third; Art Klein, in a Frontenac, fourth; Uoscoe §]PSaile.% in a Monroe, fifth; Jimmie Murphy, in a Duesenberg, ; >|*| sixth, and Caston Chevrolet, in a Monroe, seventh. Chevrolet was preparing to protest these returns Tues | m day. Unofficial scorers, in separated parts of the field, I counted him fourth. It is possible that the official score [ 'SUI incorrect, and that a mix-up has done Chevrolet an injus- IHP *' ce ' cheated him out of $7OO. He wins $l,OOO in sev f sSI- place, and $1,700 in fourth place. I Joe Thomas, Seattle pilot, drove a beautiful race until f Sk'the 78th lap, when a broken piston sent him to the bone |i/| yard, lie was easily running fourth place until then, and I'H readv to forge ahead. [ Cliff Durant's new $lB,OOO Chevrolet was out of the race f ' after the third lap with a broken connecting rod. And i - Ralph De Palma, driving a Duesenlierg. was forced out with engine trouble on the 98th lap. His Frenrfi Ballot could not I ; enter because of defective connecting rods. - - ■ ....... - i ■- i i i ■ ■ ARE YOU THIS KIND OF FAN? If all baseball fan.* were tTke Charley Kulme of Sacramento the turnstile* wouldn't do much business and (he tamo would toon go out of vogue with the profe«*lonal». Kulme In one of the biggest fan* In the *alle.v city, but he never attend* a Same He read* It out of .the pa par* the next day. Kulme pays: "I don't enjoy watching * (DM beraose I don't know the player*' face*. I haven't time to get acquainted with them *o 111 know them by sight. I also don't know anything about their abil ity. But I enjoy the game next day by reading the newspaper ar- Minnta. I like to read about It „ —art' than I like to m* the game." Black Brothers Lead Golf Cracks SEATTLE GRABS SERIES FROM VERNON CHAMPIONS Hanky Schorr. Seattle's crack •outhpaw twtrlcr. wan the h»re of yesterday'* second pun«, that d» cided the series with Vemon In He ltdc'i favor. Seattle lost the finot •ncounter by a *-4 count, but came bark In the second game with a de termln.it.on to win. ngd grabbed the game out of the fire with the final ■core reading 5-4. Vernon won four (amen out of the eerie* Umt week, while Seattle won five. This la the first aerie* Seattle ha* won for urnie time, and the first one Vernon ha* lost for many daya. Seattle grabbed a two-ran lead In the second and held It until the ■txth. Vernon scored a run h» the fourth and tied the score In the sixth by bunched hits and a sacrifice fly. Brick Kidred, who Is now playing in the sun field, came thru with a triple In Seattle's half of the sev enth. and scored on a wild heave by Vernon's pitcher. Willie Mitchell. This gave the locals a one run lea/1. With two away In Vernon's half of the eighth, Bohne missed an easy grounder, and Murphy dropped a fly, which eventually gave the visitors two counters and a one run lead. Seattle came to bat determined to win the game at any cost. Bohne Walked, followed by a liner down third. Bohne took a chance and made home a* a result of a bad throw by Hap Morse. Eldred drove a single down third and scored Murphy and won the game. Vernon attempted a rally In the ninth, but were stopped by a double play, Stumpf to Ken worth to Ztimlo' k. The flr*t Rame wn.4 Vernon's All j thru. Bill Piercy had the locals tam**! In mowt of the stages. A rally In the ninth netted two rune for the locale. H»*rb Brenton tossed his usual hard lurk game, allowing hut eight hite, while Seattle gathered 11 off Piercy, but could not grab enough counters to win the game. Ilrtt Oama VtmQ» All ft ff PO. A. F- Mitchell. 1m —... 2 2 2 110 Hi eh. if 10 14 0 0 Ct*ad bourne, rf ... 4 2 1 2 0 0 Fisher. 2b 6 114 3 0 Barton, lb . ...... t 0 1 fi 0 0 "Kdln*ion. rf ...... 1 0 0 0 0 0 Morse, 3b ........ 4 1 1 0 2 0 Uevormer, e ...... I 0 0 0 0 0 Km all wood, p.... 0 0 0 0 0 0 fiercer. p •••••-•• 4 0 1 • 2 0 Total* .11 fi fi rf 0 0 Seattle— AB. R. If PC*. A. E Cunningham. ?f .. 5 I 2 0 0 0 Bofcne, 2b . 6 0 0 2 0 1 Murphy, rf ...—... 4 1 2 2 0 0 «f 6 113 0 0 JCanworthy, 2b mmm 4 0 1 1 T 0 Zarnlock, 1b...... 4 0 1 13 0 0 fitumpf. •* . 6 1 3 3 3 3 Baldwin, o 1 0 0 3 0 0 Brwnton. p 3 0 0 0 3 0 •Mlddlatoa ..—... 0 0 0 0 0 0 tOOO 0 0 0 Adanrm. e ......»• 1 0 0 1 0 0 Onary. p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totala 3 4 4 11 27 11 3 •Batted for Baldwin In Hrhth. fßatted for Brenton in eiffhth. Hcora by Innlnsv Vernon .......... 0 0 3 0 ? 0 0 1 0— fi Hit 10202201 0— fi J,«(i:t 000010012-4 Hits 1 0 0 1 2 1 I 1 t—l I Hurnmary: Rtrurk out —By Pioreey ». Brontnn 1, by (>«ary I. Baaew on balle l~~Off I"lerrer 4, off Brentoo 2. Two-bait ffcila —Cunninghara. Jaanwo/UOi blumpf. MARION IS DEFEATED IN NET MEET BPOKA.VK. Juty « -Arm»n<l Mar lon. tV<attl# Junior net champion. put up a irune battle with Itob Harper of Spokane hero yesterday In Oi« open In* round of the Northwest Junior rhamplonahlp. but went down to dp feat In five net*. Marion took the first two seta <3. * «, but weakened and Harper walked off with the neit threo frames, S-6. 6-3. M. The win ner of thl» tourney will represent the Northwest tn the annual national championship at Forest HlUs. N. v., nejtt month. Marshall ATlen. PeattSa city cham pion. had little trouble In defeating A. g. Milne of Vancouver, B. C_ win nlnic 6 3. « I. 3 6. 6 1. Hay In lit* women's erenta will open today. Murphy TT)P-H» bu> hit Mltch.il Sac rlfl'« hit—[(•T-irmtr !>••*• — Chsdbonrn* Mors* 1. EVlrsd. lilt by pitch.d I>*ll—Rdmston. t>r Hcnton. Wild pitch Ftereey, innings pltchM It* Hrntllwood I. runs 0. hit* 1. *t hsl 1; by Br.ntnn I, runs 4, hit* * *t b»t 11. Itun. for -Br.nton 4. Geary 0 Am«ll«nn<l a, ivrroy 4 Credit Victory I" pterrey, rharg* d*f.*t to BrtAlon Time of lima — 2: 13. I'mplr*. -McUrsw and Holm ml VTOBII fitiM T»rom— AH it II ro a. »: J. Mltrhdl. a* )«»>!• Ill*h If 4 1 0 1 0 • ChAdhotirna, rt .4 0*444 rubor, 2t> « 1 1 « > 0 Barton. lt> « I 1 11 • ♦ Unr. rf >»>]»» vt .r>«, 2h ... jo o t I 1 A 1 rock, e « • • T 1 • W. Mitcholl, p... 1 0 1 0 1 I •smith | o 1 0 » 0 tL>*vurm*r ... 10 0 4 0 4 Total* .......SI 4 t 14 I 1 •Tt*tt*d for Mnfio In ninth tlistt.d for Mitch' 1 In ninth Hoaltlo— Alt. IL 11. PO A. E Oinnlnshara, cf .. 4 0 0 1 o o Bohne 2b t t 0 1 » 1 Murphy, rf ....... 4 1 1 t 0 1 Kldrsd, If i I I I I I K.nworthy, 2b » I 1 J t 0 Zimlock, lb I 0 I 4 0 0 H'umpf. mm ...... 10 113 0 Baldwin, 0 I 0 • I 1 0 Ikkorr, p . mi - I 0 0 0 0 0 Total* 10 I V ST 11 I Rcorn by limine*: V.rnon I I t I I I I I •—-4 lilt* 0 0 0 J 1 3 4 1 I—T Seattle 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 •—8 iiii* 0:001012 •—1 Funr>m*ry* Htnj/*k out- Ily Hrhorr 4. by f. on ball* Off H'-horr ?. off MltchHl S Twn-bu* hit Murphy. Thr*» b*»# hit Rldr#*l. Doubt* play— Flohn* to 7,*mlork. Trip!# play* Kturnpf to K*nworthjr «i» Znmlork; Mom* to Mltrh*ll to H«rton Farrifl'* hit* 1.0r.g 2 HaHwin lilt hy pltfhtd ball* Mom*. K»n worthy. Wild pit' h W Mltrh»ll ltun« r*>«pon*lM* fr.r W Mltrh»ll X. !*' 1 rr 2 Tln»« nf |om« —1:1 ft. Umpires lloltmim and Mriirmw. PACIFIC COAJIT TRAriIR Won. l*o«t. Pet Malt TAk* City '■ 2 .17 4M Wrnon . . f.4 40 .174 Ldi AnrlM 61 30 .647 Han Franrtaeo .... -r, r . 44 4 2 .117 Portland -■■■■. 42 42 .100 Oakland ........ .. ~,M . 40 61 ,410 Harramento 27 LI .414 Seattle 24 (2 .400 AT HAS mANCTffr-O— R. JT. E Hait lAkt fitjr | 4 1 flan Francisco 1 S 1 flromley and Jenklna; Mr QuaJ l and Telia. R. H. E Hin Fr*rtr\*cft 4 11 1 Halt f *ak* City 2 4 2 fUttrrlea llelf»r and Byler; Jordan and Aintv. AT * R. IT. T Portland r r - - rr - - 1 ir» mm mmm 0 12 1 Oakland 6 4 3 Hatterl** Kalllo, (Hhu.lt and Tobln. Krurwr and Dormau. r. n. k Oakland ..„..- rT n ■ t. ■ —. t 4 f f'ortland 0 fi o liHtf*rl*a: R. Arlrtt and Mitr.*; Poison and Tobln. AT EOS ANOBTJES—<• R. IT- K f*<* Anient _. 4 « 1 Hacramento 2 f. 1 Keatin and ot4il4r; Kuntx, flnook and Cook. R. If K AfiflM 6 7 1 Hacrain»*n'o 4 4 0 I HaflTl4t: Aldrtdfte, Hughes and f*a (pan; Fittery and <'ady. l»A,N'»Kir Malrhr*. pip" «oala, rlfar •full* and i iffaret mil* elart many forrmt I firm. Help protect woods, atraanja, ar«- Mrjr« Oaks to Open Series With Tribe Todayi SIW ASHES HAVE REAL CHANCE TO CLIMB Aftrr ftpttllnff the dope worw than Hani In* <t i«t at th© O. O. I*. battle by taklnir tho Vrrnnn Tlic«rw down tho line In five out of nine Mart*, the Seattle Hlwo*he» are clue to enter tain the Oakland Acorns here tlurlnir thj* week, Oprn hovita will be held thin p m. for the flmt time, with the <>ak* im the gumtN of honor. Jo<l«ln* from the way the Oak* have ffoinir recently, H»*attle In due to climb thin we*»k If the gang continue* to Btlnir the atgiM* like they have hern doing lately. The Acorns' hurling wfnff ha* *>«•••»» m»mic like a concrete bonne afire during the pa»t few nerten, and an the gong I took the arrtee, four game* to three, j from the Oak* recently, the dope way a th« local* nhould do even better I here. Tha local mine I* pepping up a bit In their play, and )f they make tha beat of their hlta. and play the mile. they look like a better giuig on paper than tne visitors. OAKS HAVE STRONG ATTACK I,outs Ouisto, the big first sacker. Hack Miller, the slugging left fielder, and Ih-nnl* Wllle, right field guar dian, form the nucleus of the Dak land attack. If the Hcattle pitchers can quell these hitters, all will be well. Jack Knight, the veteran In flelder, who played with Heattle laet year, I* playing the hot corner for tho Acorns, hits been hitting well, and may kick thru with the willow any time. Tha oak* Infield ha* been Roi stered up a bit by the addition of Tommy Kluslmmon*. former North western league shortstop. With (Sulato on first. Hamilton on second. Knight oh third and Ml»«lmmnn« at short, the <t*k* don't present such a bad Infield. Miller In left. Pllly I.ane. the rrack Oak Ku*e thief, In i-enter. and Wllle In right, with Cooper for utility. give the Oak* a neat outfield. There* plenty of hitting i»'»t and oodles of *peed In thl» Tixr'.rt, MITZE HEAOS OAK CATCHERS Honu* Mils*. the veteran catcher. I* the head of the oak** rwthifii deportment. and he* doing a good Job of It thl* year. lie'* bring helped out by young Hpellman. Carl Hotting* and "lluxx" Arlett. right-hander*, who were with the club last year, are *ald to be the only dependable pitcher* on the Oak*' *taff. Kremer. Krause. Winn, Weaver and Ila gun are the other Oak mound regular* now. With the advantage of playing on their home ground*, and harked up by the dope, Seattle Hand* a good i-hanrn to win the nerlea. Heat tie had nomethlng on the Oak* lairt year, and they've taken the flr*t series thl* Muon. Seattle fan* will be pulling for the boy* to keep up the good work, because wo want to get out of the rut before long CALIFORNIA STARS TIE IN "OPEN" BY AI.KX r. HOttK VANCOUVER, a C. July « John Hlark. the Claremont ICal I pro fessional. and hi* brother, ffcive, of the Shaughne«sy Height* club here, tied for flr»t place Monday at the fin ish of the first S9 hole* In the North west open golf championship. The second half will be played today, and It look* a* If one of the Hlark broth era will carry off the title honor*. Theron Rongertid, a youngster from Jefferson park. Seattle, was the best of the amateurs, with 151. The fol lowing players are all well up in the running; Krnle Martin 153. Oeo. Mar tin 154. N. Christian 154. C Orlswold 1S«, R. WllheUn 156. K. Holland 157. J. Novak 157. I! Stein 157, H. Wat son 157. H. A. Fleager 157. The amateur championship will also get under way today with 2(0 en tries. Mrs. S. C. Sweeney of Vancouver had low medal score In the qualify Ing round on the ladles' champion ship. Mrs. Fred Jackson, the Jcffer •on park entry. Just failed to qualify by one stroke. She had a crird of 104. The best score, a 91 turned In by the Seattle fair sex, belonged to Ml*s I*. N. Tidmarsh. Mrs. Sweeney looks like a sure winner. AMERICAN I.KAUVK W«n. Ism P-t Har»tand 41 24 .4 67 Sew York 41 :< .444 rhirmgn 42 24 .404 Waahlnffton 14 ?t .6:4 notion .... 31 12 .&#* Ht. fsnilß 24 24 .472 t»-trn|t „ 22 47 .210 I'hiladHphla 17 16 .21* Boaton « 10. Philadelphia 1 3. Ft lsnuH r, pKfftl 4 7. rhlra*o 6-4, f'Uvtltnd 1 6. Waahibgtou 4 1, New Turk 4-^ fi ATIOXAt, l,KA(,ir Won, I r"«t. Pff 'lnHnnetl 24 r» .t«7 Mrooklrn . 2» 21 .667 Ht Ixmls ... «.. 2J 20 .421 ('hPaffo ............. ... 36 is .goo Pttteburg IS II .404 Moaton .... Jf ai .4#; 4 Now Tork 22 .14 .44* Philadelphia 27 4 1 .337 N»w Vf.rk I fi. Philadelphia f. 0. Plttat/uric 4-4, ' Iri' Innmi 16. Brooklyn or,, hnaton r.-2 Ht. Eoula 4-2. Chicago i-L 808 ROPER WINS OVER MARTIN AKRON. O, July 6 IUnK«l<lo rrltlct *av« Cupl. Hob Roper 11 itlon ovi-r Hob MiirUn, the a J: ]\ hpßvyw< iKht champ. In a lg-rounii nodflclnion bout hold hor e yiAtn <lny. Roper khv* Mnrtin lh.> Ntlffcut • punches, which r«Nulter| In the rterl Hlon In hIH fuvor Thl* | M the firnt rifcht Martin ha* lost for Home time. I'AtIKIC < IH«T M.A1.1 I BASEBALL llnlnler Park A1i1.% >l» \ •*. MfCATTV.K TOI#A V—4iMinr 1 nllril n( ;i |*. m, u udii >■, 'ii.lO |». M. llalnler I'ark AItI. %Ml \ HKATTI.K TOIIAV—Omnr ( ailed al .*1 P. if, ■, *2i;io p. oi. Takt> l ourih A»e. 4 nr. THE SEATTLE STAR U.S.Coppers Almost Sure to Cop Olympic Events McGRATH, MacDONALD AND RYAN STAR IIV MIKItV A. JtCOIIH N'l'W YORK. July 6. America'* real hop* In the Ol>mplc* Urn In It* Clrld ace*, I "tidily Mm-Donald, Matt Met; rath and Pat Kyan, Kaatern tryout* at I'hlludrlphla a few day* ago showed. They are all member, of the New Vork police force. Thl» country may do well In the sprint*. but how well la prob lematical, whilo first place* In the three event* to he competed In by tha "aces." the shot put. the ham mcr throw and throwing tho US pound weight, are assured. m\tt rim ill s Twi of tha "copper trio" Bysn and Mar Donald, am In the bsst shape of their career*, and the third. Matt McOrath. II pound weight champion. I* taking such good car* of a displaced rib lh*t he will probably »how the highest ' form of his career In the Olympic ! And If ha did nothing rise but give advice In the field events. Mc llrath would Justify a place In the Olympic*, for he Is a roach par excellence, and hi* greatest Joy In life is cmchlng wight throwers *nd developing new talent among Amer ican Olympic aspirant*. r\T is Ml I'IUMK I'at Ityan appear* to *f*nd su rreme smorg the American hammer thrower*. Almost without effort In (he try outs here ha hurled tha big weight 171 feet and It I* not unlikely that he will tMt abla la equal his world * record of 1»» frrt at the Olympic Kimrn If neceaaary. In addition he on p!ar* In thn shotpuV and the 5* pound weight avent. Matt M<-«irath will certainly prove equally prMiriliiMit a* far a* the S« pound weight event I* concerned 111* record of 40 fret 6 Inches ha* not been approached, and he know* hla ability »o well that hs t>»!leve* this mark, a* stupendous aa It *e»m*. will probably lie ohst tered by htm unless he ha* trouble wtth hla dislocated rib. In add! tlon. he can placa in tha other weight event* I* \I»I»V IN I.MNT Paddy MsrDonald. ftia third giant policeman, shines In tha shot put and. altho ha ha* never equalled llalph Itosa'a racord Of M feet, be pot tha l«pour.d weight 44 feel at lha tryouts hero without halt try Ins his mettla. Altogether tha thraa giant Irtsh men are wonderful In every respect They hava grace and speed and lltheneo* In spite of thalr massive, no** and are faithful In training, which gnea a lone *ay In track com petition. If Amerlm w*» a* npr«na In alt thlrg* a* aha la on Oie field. Il»l!» could b* wished for In the way of Oiymplc competition. MCCARTHY AND ALLIE NACK FIGHT TO DRAW Allla Nack of N>* York and fharlay JldOuthf, champion light waight of tha Cnnadtan Expedition ary Korea*, fought a fast tlx round draw In Kvaralt yesterday. Nack shaded the Canadian rliamp In sev eral of lha round*, but not anouglT to give him Ilia call. McCarthy hit laaa than Nack. but had a lot of punch behind hi* blow*. 1 >anny Klwarda of Oakland won a decision from Owen llogan of Portland In a fast four round go of the 1111 "pound claa*. Edwards wu the letter man all thru the fight, and tha result wu never In doubt. The only knockout of tha day oc curren when Fred Ilurttenlon of Everett *ent Ed Ifogan of Ix>a Angela# to the floor for the count In the second round. llogan w** In no condition to fight. The pair weighed In at 142 pound*. Stanley Fitzgerald of Seattle beat Mike llannon of Tacoina by the Judge'* decision. In tha rurtaln raiser Foster of iAke Stephen* and Ferrel of Ever ett stalled thru four the former getting tha refereo'e de clalon. SPORT BY ORDER PARIS, Franca.—Bport 1* to be made compulsory In Franc*, accord Ini? to a bill Just submitted to the French grnite. The object Is the physical training and well-being of the youth of Franca. All children in school will have to take part In sport. NTCW YORK.—Ramuel P. Hlddle. of Philadelphia. refused an offrr of si<so,ooo for Man o' War, before the colt *et a new world'* rpoord at Bel mont I'ark. Thn offer wmm made on behalf of Joseph J.*. Murphy, aJ*o of Philadelphia, who wanted the colt for hi* ftud. TUddle will al*o put Man o' War In the Btud when hie racing career end*. ST. IXKTlft—Carl Lundirren, on* tJme a teammate with Johnny Ever* with the Cuba, hold* a Job with the Card* almllar to the one Johnny haa with the (Slant*. Thoroughness our method* tn every transaction,* and our nn tornar* are ac erery cour le«y eonMlfftent with sound bu*l ne.e* JudtfirifoL 4% w ' a Tina. jtcrMials Aorounu Hok>.( to , ->,»<-* Arm Cor dially ln«lt«4 Peoples Sayings Bank fIfDTOND A?R. AND FIRfC WT. Copping and Weight Heaving Are Their Specialties BATTLE EXPECTED WHEN BIG BOXERS MIX Chet Mrtntyra. manager of Tiny Herman. TMMM heavyweight, 1* confidant that hi* man will beat An ilra Anderson In tha bout they will perform In at Utx-rty park Wednes day night. Then, two heavlo* fought a draw In llanfnrd. Cat. last spring. Mc tntyra claims that Herman la a 100 per pent better man now than when ha fought In llanford. Mclntyra and Herman did tha training work for tha ttoattln ball team when tha tosa era were going thru thejj- oprlng art slon In Uis H«uth. All members of tha Haattla team will be on hand to Wlttieoa Uia fight Wednesday night. Rod Murphy. Heattla's flrsf lawniui. outfielder, etc, will act aa Herman's second. Anderson will go thru hi* final training work at the Auatln A Halt irym thla afternoon, at J o'clock, Herman ha* completed hla training work, doing hla grind In Tacom*. Jimmy Hloiry, the popular local welterweight. who haa had a long layoff from the ring, will make hla flrat atart In «"\»r»l monlha when ha boxes nixie Walker. the Yakima miller. In the *eml-» Indup Walker haa won hi* laat two atarta here. but ha will havr to ahow more than ha haa ao far If ha wanta to gat past Jlmmy, providing Jatnea la going good. Kddl* Moore, who le winning hi* way into promise aa a comer In Northweet l>antam circle*, will make another atart tomorrow night, when ha lacklea I.udwig Jones, a member of Mclnlyre'a atabla and a brother of Harold and Morgan Jonea. The Zulu Kid and Soldier Wood* am hilled to furnlah the comedy for the evening, with a slam bang battle being billed. Another boot will be added today to complel* tha outdoor card. MIKE O'DOWD BEATS M'KAY POCATEt.W), Idaho, July « Mike O'Dowd. former middleweight cham pion of th* world, won a referee's decision over Cordon McKay, middle weight champion of Idaho, hare ye* terday. McKay refused to answer the bell at the beginning of the lilth round of the scheduled 14-round af fair. HURTS DOYLE NEW YORK.—Uury Doyle, Olant second b.iseman. Is being made a tar get by a wmnll pM-rcntuge of the Polo Clrounda fan*. ills sensitive na ture recoils from harsh worda. CHICAGO.—TIi« Cubn hav> prov«m to he n atri-aky ball club km fur thia y«"i>r. They win a row of giunra and Ihrn turn round and lose a string brforp fretting *pt again. Columbia Colo lit hetter.—Adv. FREE DOCTOR E* Government PhvpMaa All arcute and chronic «11«•«•«!■•#•«« trrflhd by Intf Ht method* We of fer thl* aervlre to any patron of our *torea Aluo a free eye, oar, n<>n. and (iiroat ellnl« Oet your Ula»H«*« h» r»- and be natl*n*»d. TUB OLI) ItfCMAIILH RIGHT DRUG CO. 1111 FlraC Are., %'rnr Spring St. -or— Look for the Free Doctor Hlfti THINK TORTURR r*an be eliminated by wearing the l.undb'TK Rupture Support We five frwi trial to prove ita auperlorlty. A. M NDIHJUi CO. 11*1 Tklrtf Ava mttla en* ef the stron* r«nt»n4»rt for The *ise Junior diamond rhomplnriohlp «p»r.t * • <1 «r*-s end at Indci -**r the tlorV>ue Kourlh. <1 »f»oi Ins lnd*t In two hail ( * 1 sanies IS to ■ ori-1 It to 1 The ItMvrn ot»trta*ee<l (ho ind#i o<j j»4 In ev*ry department of tho laiui T«a!lar4's oqgo't will ploy the Green wood <\ib* at Adams field thio Sund*r Tho HsJitM feom he* on# four *lraigbt ta/nos la Tha Htar leagua. Th* Tntorhar Junior* ar.d ISo Fham r«fk A. C. will tsbgls Bund*/ at Wood land park. The riatnfee Vallo? Juniors ar.d City '>tb% or* baled to oil* at Columbia field Sunday. TfcTnrM RaeAv win vIM op t*a «ig lar »r h*4ul* Surwtar. maatlnj the Syarta*. Athlatlo eltth at Unr^ia The Ma4|a*n Park >0 ua 1 win taarta • Ilk the Fa«l« dob at Walla Walla flai<t in ih* mm Impuriaal came of IMI ■ Mfc • «. i aOula CINCINNATI.—G raa ajr Neale doesn't Ilk* to play the right field at Philadelphia. 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That is, as fast as your ability, organization, financial ; strength and general conditions make advisable. , You are invited to discuss your business banking problems with us. a C/rAOII/<UO 1662. EiCrt Ave • a* atC.il Here's where -we call a spade just fhaf THE MKT iit* ft tomi, VOOR TURKISH tobacco, ••• • • • BY ANY other bum. WHICH IS lei* uiuilt% ••• • • • WOULD SMCLL U aweet. AND NOT ao food. • • • • • • AND THATS all right. AND THIRD, tobaeo* ••• • • • ■UT CALLING. CALLED TURKISH, wkUftfc ••• • • • SOMETHING ELSE ft roae. NEVER SAW Turkey, •••• • • » WONT CHANGS lta ameU, DUT °*f W . ' OF COURSE not, CF M,L ** „ AND FM*»o*t tnor.tl«t AND ■UT JUST tolling yoq. TASTE LIKE TurktaK, RI.HT OUT. ' AN ° IT ! ?»* ™* u • • • THATS really tram Tsrwf THAT THERE tr* only, • • • • • • THAT YOU rat. THREE GRADES. . , , • • • IN THE cigarettes, OF TURKISH tobacco. • • a • • • THAT satisfy. FIRST, OOOD Turklah. a . • WHICH IS mighty good. OUR0 UR buw« Ifl TorHjr ... W a* part*, they know w« AND ALSO axpenalT* !L* nt th * wa ret it. And . . . * tfca aarna with Domeatio Taaf. Blend AND SECOND. by J that Jaiir'.^xrjsSy.s TT-KBT>AT. JTTLT «. lIM LEONARD HANDS WHITE K.O. r.ICNTON HAH nO It, July 8— I (trnny I>eonard, world'* ligh*weight champion, knocked out Charley White, of Chicago, yeaterday. In the ninth round of a »<Jitdulc4 10 round fight. Whit** carried most of the flglit- Init until Hi* aeventh. ll« knocked (.eonard around the ring and nearly thru the rot>e* In the fifth round. In the ninth round lyonard runhad hi* opponent with terrlflo rlulit and left Jab*, and knocked , White down. Aft»r White got lie w.i* hooked wltii '*o fa«t nnil »ent to the floor acraJn. He up and l.eontird knockid him twice mope. The Imrt lima he rot up In a dazed condition and a rlitht 1 b f Leoßurd Mil htm on hi* facta tor the rount of ten. netting wa*V 11 to 1 that would knock out White. I .eonard won tlie fight on M» own tiraln work. He waa knocked alKiut »o much In (he early rounds that many thought he wou'd lOM hla title to the Ohlcagoan. lxonard at&Jled thru the*e round*, clinch ing, blocking and keeping h* head out of White's reach. It wu not until the neventh round that h» waji the real Itenny r>eonard. Twelve thousand people witnessed the fight, which waa held In Ftoyd KltMimmons' new arena. SertraJ hundred women w-itneMud (he figliU ST. LOUlS—Branch Rickey haa added Kime, fnlveralty of Ohio pitcher, to his string. lackey believe* In college men.