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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1904.
DALLES RUBS IT IN 20 TO I The next fame will bo with the Van couver Uuni Mumluy. Last Sunday's name? Von don't want to hear about it, ilo you? The Glacior wou't tay anything about it. The itollea ruhlied it in good and hard And that's enough. It na pitiable night to ee. Vetor nn plaverx fumbled mid Mumbled and made wild throw till the heart of every Hood Hiver fan aebed ready to hreak. At no stage of the (faniu were the locals in tho ruuuiiip. To Bmik plainly, the Ikivb were rattled and the ilayin was rank. The fuel that the vwitorn had augmented their nine by the addition of three or four men from 'the Portland lirownH, oeemed to unHtring the nerve of the Hood Kiver boys. They never got over the ague. The Dalles team took a flyinjj start and scored four runs in the Bret inning. Dunbar's toneup went high in the sky, and In the next minute lirough found a wife one that took him to second.. The Hood River pitcher walked two men and the buaea were full. Schmeer stepped up for a amntrii to the left field. The hall was fielded in an agonizing manner anil lammed through to first with the wildest sort of a throw. Ma lum finally got it and nearly killed three spectators at the left of the grand aland in an effort to get the ball to the catcher. During the melee, two men trotted leimirely over the home plate. A bungle to Dunbar, coupled with more erron, at It rut and second, let two more men into home, and the Hood River fans groaned. Meets got a grounder out to Williams ami died at fliht. Haynen swung bin stick through the ozone without retUH tance, and sat dow.i. CWner placed a fly into the hands of Hchmeer, and the second inning began. Ball drew first base on balls and then finished his trot around the ting white the locals were trying to tie up with tho horBohide sphere. Mahaffey's ter rillic line drive lauded safely in Dun bar's hands, and the bleachers cheered, but. the visitors ended the timing with another run to their credit. Adkins fanned. Martin git out to first and Hlack started him hi 'cond. Mahnn walked to the bat and it looked s if Hood River was about to wake up. Not so. Another gooHe egg was chalked on the score Imard. Druhfit got safely to first and the next moment nclinieer drove the nail over the left Held lence and two men tallied. Williams pounded Dunbar for a sale lilt and tne score doubled with a dull sickening thud. Tho locals never reached first, and shortly afUtr The Dalles took another try. A little side show in which Pri vate Henson of Co. 1) and Deputy tiher- ill' linger took a leading part, drew the greater attraction for a few minutes. It doesn't reijuire much to start trouble at a liana null game between Mood River and The Dalles, and had it not been for the cool work of Manager burly and one or two others, there would most certainty have been bloodshed Sunday. Just enough liquor had been distributed to make some of the boy? feel reckless, . . ltensoii in a fit of excitement drew his gun on Charley Castnor, , Hhoriff (Dinger was at hand and Immediately placed Benson under arrest. A the soldier was removed from the Held, mine of his comrades took it into thuir heads that Oliuger had no right with Itenson in his custody, They niadw a rush for the gate with whiskey on the bruin and blood in their eye. They were quieted none too soon and the game went on, Benson was shortly alter released. In the fifth inning, Castnor .drew forth a two bagger. Martin brought him home for Hood Rivers only score. Hood River got to third in the lant- half of the ninth inning, about the only time after Mahan reached that sa:k. The W. W, M, Co. players went on with their established record of mak:n four or five scores at a clip, clenr to iho end of the game. Everybody wisi glad wheu the time was up. Sunday's game seemed to lie i fatal on the players as on the Hood Kiver spectators. More men were hurt than during ail the preceding games. Black mashed his Ungera early in trie matinee and Thorpe went in in his stead. Ma haffery In a niixup at first base, broke his thumb bone square in two. . several others received more or less serious injuries. There is a little consolation in the fact that The Dalles paid some good hard cash for their victory. Four or five of the players belong to the Port land Browna. The Dalles laid for Hood River and Won out. There is no use to complain at how they did it. The game has been played and lost, une tiling most certain, had the home team kept mi its confidence and hung together the defeat would have been less overwhelm ing, , Had the boys played like they cao play, The Dalles would have no victory to crow over. The steamer .Regulator brought about 300 excursionists from The Dalles, in cluding 40 members of Co. I). Another hundred came down on the train and an equal number were up from the Cascade Ixicks and Ktevcnson, coining on the Maja and the Hadie B. The crowd at the game was the largest of the year. The score as kept by C. U. Dakm, shows the following record of the game: , noon biveb. 5 '' t Hood River The Dalles 20000000 3-5 00200003 0-4 AH R lb CO A B Hheels I f A 0 0 0 2 1 Havnes c f 4 0 1 0 0 1 Castiier 2 b i 1 2 2 11 Adkins rf 4 0 0 II 0 1 Martin c 4 0 13 11 Black J 1 0 0.018 Thorpe f 88 " 3 0 0 0 2 0 Mahan lb 4 0 10 13 Morse 3 b 4 0 0 2,1 2 Dunbar- p "3J)112 1 2 """"TotanT"" 35 1 It 2ft 10 15 Til K IMLI.KS. AH Hltl Pll A K Brongh c 7 2 2 1 U 1 Williams 2 b 7 3 2 . 1 (t 1 Maheffey 1 b 4 1 7 0 0 Druhot . n . H 3 X 9 2 61 F. Drnhot If 0 2 1 0 0 0 Hchmeer n 0 2 3 5 1 0 Joiiea 3 b (110 0 10 Hawkins rf 5 0 1 II 0 0 Bull c f 2 3 1 0 0 0 O'Burr , c f 8 11 0 0 0 1!"'lt"1 r 2 00 OJO 0 Totals 642i 15 2ilJ(P2 Hood River Junior Win. . Frank Chandler, one of Hood River's most eiitlnii-iustio base ball fans, de clared the game Katnrday afternoon was the best played in Hood Kiver this sum mer. The score speaks for itself 4 to 5 in favor of the Hood River vouths. The Dalles boys played well but not well enough. A crowd of about 150 saw the game. The boys deserved more, but what the crowd lucked in si.e, it made np in cheers and enthusiasm for the home tam. The good playing was warmly ap.hiuilcd, and all declare this was a fin : ciihh game, Excitement ran high fi-iiiil the initial inning until the third out in the ninth, when The Dalle failed to overcome the lead the home team had gained in the score. The lineup was! Patterson .., 3b..... Bradshaw , 2b Kent..., lb.,.. .... p.... c... cf.. Harper I Hivih, .......... Perry.,,. ........ Con roe , McNeil Jones The acore : , H8 . rf If .. K. Luckey .... K. ('ashen .....W. Baker P. (ieyer ..E. Brosius II. Rood ,W. Chandler R. Kecle ..A. Cunning Burglar Hires a Bond for $500. Deimtv Sheriff J. C. Snyder, Friday afternoon, made a, neat capture of a burglar, who entered the residence ot John Woodhull. on Sherman avenue, just back of E. T. Winans' house, early that morning. The man had waked the inmates of the house, but put up such a smooth talk about wandering around while drank that Mr. Woodhull let hi in go. Meeting 8nyder the next day", he- told him the incident, and Wanted to know if anything could be done in the matter. Snyder took a description of the burglar and in a few hours had him nnder arrest. , The man gave his name as Tom Parks, and said he was a poker dealer in ldazier's saloon in Portland. He was given a preliminary hearing Satur day afternoon before Recorder Nickel sen, when he did not deny being in the house of Woodhull, but Mid he was intoxicated at the time. The judge did not consider that a sufficient excuse, and bound the poker dealer over to await the action of the county court, under $500 bonds, which sum was im mediately put up by the prisoner's friends, a half dozen men from Portland who were here in Park's behalf. They all gave their occupation as gamblers in the Blazier saloon, Portland. Parks, it appears, with two other men iut week attempted to bunm Joseph Frazier out of the price of a supper for four. Frnzier says be also had a watch chain taken from him that same evening. The incident happened iu the Midway restaurant, where Parks, a man named George Alley and a third partner had invited Mr. Fraxier to take supper. After the meal was eaten, the three strangers attempted to make Frazierpay the whole bill. He paid hisoivn but refused to pay for the oth ers. Later, after the arrest of Parks for burglary, the unknown third party returned Mr. Frazier his watch chain with the injunction to tay nothing about who gave it to htm. Alley was with Parks at tha time Snyder arrested him, and the men were put through a sweat-box examination by Deputy Sheriffs dinger and Snyder, before Alley was released. This ended a week of seven arrests to Snyder's credit two white men and four Indians for drunkenness; Steve ltuisell for selling whiskey to Indians and Park for buiylury. Deputy Sheriff Oliuger has a record equally as good. Steamers Bid Fur Trade. The rival steamers did some lively bidding for passengers Saturday morn h g of last week, when the Grand Army vi-itors wore leaving town. The morn ing before the Regulator had things all her own way, and after taking 200 pas sengers aboard, was loreed'to refuse an other 100 as their carrying rate had al ready reached the limit. On the prin ciple that (lie early boat gets the pass engers, the B,titey Gatzert steamed into Hood River Friday night, and tied up at the landing lor n 1 night. Criers were abroad early to induce travelers to take passage on the Gut.ci'?, saying the steamer was going thniigli to Portland without stop and that tbey would reach that city by 2 o'clock. Possibly 150 wnt a'oard.but as many more remained for the rival boat, the Sieticer, and as she . steamed into the cbannoLtiiose w ho were to take passage on her, set tip a cheer. The Gatzert then backed out and the Spencer took her place. She took on a large cargo of freight and passengers, among the lat ter being many strawberry pickers. The Dulles City pulled in shortly after the Hjiencer with a small list of passenger.- '"'- ,:' ' NOTICE: We wish to inform the public that Thorapkins & Joch imsen are Sole Agents in Hood River for Swetland's Famous Ice Cream. By making a Cream superior to all others in the market, we have gained for it a valuable reputation, and others are seeking to profit thereby. Infringements of our trade-mark will be prosecuted. . When vUlling Portland don't fail to call ar Swetland't, 273 Mor rUon St., one of Portland' finext ttoren, and the best plane in the city for a Lunch. SWETLAND & SON, 273 Morrison St. PORTLAND, OR. LESLIE BUTLER. TRUMAN BUTLER. BUTLER & CO., BANKERS. ESTABLISHED 1900. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. , RESIDENTS OF WASCO COUKTY FOR 22 YEARS. C. L: GILBERT, Proprietor. C. F. GILBERT, Manager. Mt. Hood Hotel HOOD RIVER, OREGON. Headquarters for Tourists & Commercial Travelers Regular Rates, $1.25 to $2.50 per day. Sbecial Rates by Week or Month." Stages leave dally for Cloud Cap Inn during July, August and September. C. H. m HT bm!! ZL iXb ZLmJ Zla y THE JEWELER, Has the Fine.t Display of Watches, Diamond and Gold Rings, Cut Glassware, etc., in town. All work neatly and correctly done, . especially fine Watch Repairing and1 adjusting. Reasonable prices. Do your Eyes Trouble You? I wihu to state to the general public that I am nrenared to test voureves and tit vou witb gliisse that will overcome alt afflctlons of stiguiatinm, uear-sigtedness and weak eyes that the beet ocutclist can help. Try tne glass 1 sen. I have given this subject very close study and can tell you by examination lust what kind of glasses your eyes require. Eyes test ed free and all glosses sold with a guarantee to fit your eves with es pecially ground glasses. If youreyes trouble you and cause headache or throbbing pains witb blurring vision when readingg or doing tine work requiring close and steady observation, come in und let me ex amine youreyes by means of the. perfected American Optical Teeter and secure relief and comfort by the use of properly tilted gles. ' , Born.,. , r In Hood River, June 20, 1(104, to Mr. and Mrs. II. A.jCoyle, a son Found Lady's glove, and left at this ollice for the owner H F.-E. JACKSON, v ; ii.- " ' Dealer in General Merchandise and Lumbermen's Supplies, Railroad Ties, Cordwood, Lumber and Cedar Posts Telephone No. 31. HOOD RIVER, OR. NEW ARRIVALS -IN er ijooos But we have been too busy during the past three or four weeks to write you about them, either by a personal letter or through the local paper. However, we have a nice line of nearly everything, and the fact that it will be a good thing for us to get your, trade needn't blind you to the certainty that it will be just as good for you. We are not simply asking for something, we are offering some thing that's good to you. " ; Look at This: Mens' Summer Underwear from 30c Cotton to $1.25 Mercerized Fabric that looks and wears like silk Ladies' Underwear for 5c a garment to f 1.50 Includiug Vests, Union Suits and Muslin. In our Dress Goods and Waist'ings we please the most Fastidious. Kid Gloves in Blacks.Tans and Browns $1, $1.25, $ .75 Shoes for Ladies Misses and Children in Low Cuts, Oxford Ties and. Easy Shoes in Latest Lasts and Ties Both Welts and Turns. Gordon Hat Men don't overlook the fact that the GORDON HAT is the Best and Most Up-to-date Three-Dollar-Hat on the market today. If you don't get all that is coming to you its because you don't trade with R. B. BRAGG & CO. GEO. F. COE & SON Dealers in Queensware, Stoneware, Porcelain, China and Glassware, Lamps and Lamp Supplies, CONFECTIONERY AND NUTS. Up-to-Date New Line of Glassware Just Received Royal Steel Ware, Pudding Pans, Dish Pans, Berlin Kettles, Lip Kettles, Sauce Pans, Coffee Pots, Tea Pots, Pie Plates, Cups, etc. A complete line of Fishing Tackle, from Bait Hook to Creel. Fruits in Season; Racine Stocking Feet; All kinds Sewing; Machine Needles. Phone 351 Geo. F. Coe & Son A h e O The Biggest, Greatest and Mightiest Sensation of the Season per a House, Hood River, for Ten lone to the Wal THE SCOTCH PLAID TAILORS OF PORTLAND, OR. D ays Only Immense Slaughter S ale of $10,000 Stock Tailor-Made Clothing THE FINEST TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTHS AND CHILDREN at whatever price they will bring:. WE MUST HAVE THE MONEY. H YOU CAN MAKE YOUR OWN PRICES; THE LARGEST BUILDING IN WASCO COUNTY THE HOOD RIVER OPERA HOUSE, HAS BEEN SECURED IN ORDER TO ACCOMMODATE: THE CROWDS. THE FUN COfiriENCES WEIDTESIDir, TTJTE 29, AT 9 O'CLOCK A. K , Such Goods have never before been offered to the People of Hood River and vicinity, and absolutely at their own mercy. Suits that were made for $15 you can buy for $3.00. Suits that were made for $20 and $25 you can buy for $5.00. Odd Coats, Odd Vests, Odd Pants, for Less than the Sewing Costs. Don't forget the Date and Place, and Don't Delay. First Choice is your gain. , . ;. ' - o . . ' t . ..." - ... M. HAMMERSLOUGH, , . Private Receiver. H. M. ABBOTT, Hood River, flanager of Sale.