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f It v i. i I" W: E. Iv It BT r ft, K if r. i V tf TWO v y BALL GAME SUNDAY Salem Sent 200 En' thosiasts Down to Portland. Morris Again Saved Browns with a Safe hit Which, Brought in the odd run Tho cloning chapter In Sunday' mntlnoe will llvo long In tho minds of those who word fortunate to boo tliom. "Where tho great mans of people camo 'irom in a mystery. Dul thoy camo. Some walked. Home rodo on tho street earn, somo drovo In, buggies, soma camo In automobile. Home camo ear ly. Chief among tho early arrivals -wns a delegation of 198 lover of tho samo and nritnlrcnf or Sam Morns from Salem, Home camo lato. They crowded Into tho grand stand until ttal Btructuro Its weather-beaten timber making a rndo frnmo for tho animated and beautifully colored pic inry within trembled under Its hu man weight. They overflowed Into tho xrouml until a continuous lino of peo ple, standing, siting and kneeling, surrounded tho Mayors. It was a gay crowd, car In Its coloring and In Its mood, and poll to and good-natured be- cause It was so largo This tribute from tho peoplo of Portlund and tho nearby town was paid to Sam Morris, the Nox Perces Indian a studont of tho Salem Indus trial school, through whoso veins courses tho blood of chieftains. .The outpouring was also a trlbitto to our national game, and to tho Drowns, Ijccauso of the brilliant hall thoy have been plavlng during the unit five weeks. And tho beautiful part of tho orow'J wftH that it was mode up of the Tot peoplo In Portland. Tho gover nor pf tho state wan there, Ho wore Maker, merchants and professional men, ami not a few of Portland'! best church peoplo. Thoy camo early, llko tho rest, and loft supremely hnppy bo caueo Portland won tho seventh straight gamo from ftacramento. nnd because they had spoilt a plcpsant af lornoon In tho opon air, watching 18 Young men taking part In a gamo that has no equal In tho outdoor s porta of tho world, Ovation for 8am Morris. When tho curtain was rung up In tho Initial Inning 8am Morris, tho red man, who had sprung beforo tho pub tic In almost a slnglo bound was greet ed with a sturdy round of npplnuso. Ho was not quite as steady as on his pro vlous oppcaranco, and ho Issued n promissory nolo to Canny, that was cashed In when Kgfctj droro out hhi sing!"'. This was all for the undertak ers, but It was a load of one, and half of tho big crowd wished Umpire Ivy had delayed presenting Manager Fish er with a funeral wreath tied with a bunch of arapii. Tho Drowns could do nothing with Cutler until tho fourth, when au error by Bgnn In handling Nadeati fungo allowed tho loft fielder to get to second. Andy Audoraon drove him homo with a slnglo. hut a doublo play from Townsend to 8heo han closed the scono with a slnm. A two-liaso. hit by Illldebrnnd and a sin gle by Towusoud In Hncrnmento's hair of thin Inning scored lllldobrnnd, nnd tho undertaker tl)l d until tho Drawn' hair of tho eighth. Cutter was agal.ii In prfcci form, and was ilellverluBVa better artlclo of ball than Morris, but ho was not getting tho royal support. Jf was tuoro generous wiwi nis passe, uut lie had tho good fortune not to havo them count th Drown rally won at tho hat. Tho Sacramento were finding Morris all tho time, hut when thoy lofted tho balls foil Into waiting hands. Consid ering the ground rules, Morris wus ox tromely fortunate Hut at that time he was pitching iuprb ball, and only In tho fourth and ninth lunlnks dirt tho hlnulcx eomo In clusters. Tho ninth Inning ononwl with a tie and the blanket uf .impair rtuitorod feebly when lllako tlew out to right Hold, but It lifted ami became trimmtNl with gold when Prund drovo out his single. t become pure gold, aaeav- ,,,K. :? ."n" ,,,n Vlgneaux sluglinl and McUujhUn fooled It Just nnugh to allow l-Yaml tu pre-empt third. i . J." crow "wl to sl"' o "win his own game." It was a critical mouiQin for this yuih. It would havo JwttertM tho nerve ,f diamond warrior of tried cvxpertonco. It showed Manager Vlgueux'a faith In Morris.' ability with tho bat. The fnlth as Just, for a Uo-bagger had tiii driven out by him In the nfth Inning, and his liomo run lu tho previous game Juntt Bed 1L Morris did not win the game by a clean hit. but it was one that nine times out af ten on tho naitm sort of pin muoa iiiingn up. It did this time and Townsund thraw tu egtoU J-nuiei rmyJng home with the winning lu... .,nw iiemy. ohh BMttiar name imi uy nuorameitin in th( (ait i. nlug. the oor beta UnmtM i h. ia wento X Will Enforce the Game Laws J V Hakor. the Mate, gamo warden, was a vlltor to tht city Friday, tu Ute Juheliqc City Tttuoa, Ho will not appoint county warden, as has been t!i custom heretofore but will divide th atat Into district, and will ap Ut deputy for each district Lisa county, ho ay. rank flrit In ttw number o( violation of tho blnl ' Scrofiilh Ftr an entirely free from It. ' It may develop so slowly ss tocaoM little If any disturbance daring tbe wbole period o( childhood. It may then produce Irregularity of the lUJmach and bowels, dyspcpila, caUrrB and markrd trndencr to coruumptlor bftfora manlMtlmc Itself In much cntanooui eruption or (tlandular srrolllng. It Is best to be sure ttist you are quit free from It, end for Its complete eradica tion you can rely on Hood's Sarsaparilla Tv hrt of nil medicine for all humor. law. Whllo many of tho violations arc committed by residents, ho says the Portland hunters will go out on tho overland and drop off at somo small station, and will be out In tho fields by sun-up. and will kill a buggy full of birds bofore othor people nro astir Thoy generally havo a boy with them and If they excoed tho limit, "tho boy kilted them." Yamhill ranks aecond In tho violation of this law, and, llko Unn county, has to bear tho rosnonslblll ty of tho depredations of tho Portland hun tors. When It comes, to killing dcor tin lawfully, none of tho counties In the stnto can approach Jackson nnd Jono- phlno. Thero they nro slaughtered for tholr hides, In season and out of sea son, and shipped into California. A special effort will bo mado to ap prehend thorn, nnd tho warden has an nrrnngoment by which ho expects to arrest and punish tho guilty parties. Mr. Hakor Is very enthusiastic In his work, and wo npprehond will make n vory successful officer. Kugonc Quard. County Court Sustained Judge Ilolse rondored his decision Into Saturday afternoon In tho matter of tho appeal of tho executor of tho W K. West ostato from tho order of tho county court removing him from his trust, nnd ordering him to fllo his account, mada on petition of Anna 15. West. ot nl. Tho circuit court affirms Judge Scott In tho removal, tho order to fllo his final account and In awarding tho petltlouors their costs neatnst tho ex ecutor personally In tho trial court, nut holds that tho amount for which tho oxeculor can bo charged cannot ho determined In this nroceodluir: that that mnttor must ho tried out after tho nilng or tho account, and was Hot bo roro mo court at tins time, ami ro- mauds (ho case to tho county coult for further iiroceeriliia. In nccordnnco wun (no opinion. Tllmon Ford. W. M. Kalsor nnd W. T. Slater conducted tho appeal for tho appellant, nnd K. A. Turner and C. M. Ionian appeared for tho rospondohtH nnd petitioners. An nrtlclo on nnothor mine, under the cnptlon ' Kovomod tho Countv Judge," Is an error. Two Convicts Show up Sacramento, Aug. 10. The sheriff's Pohsu has Just returned from Fair Oaks, whuro It went In search for iwo men. ono armed with a rlt o. nnd both with revolvers, whore thoy held up iwo ooys ana domumied ammuni tion. Tho boys Identified tho nloturos of Kahoy nnd DavU. Supervisor Ilrooks passed two moo Inst night near Aiuoiopo similarly armedi A WOMAN'S VratItUdE. A Mountain Woman Writes In Praise of Newbro's Herplcldo. "For several year I havo been trou bled wltti dandruff, causing me much luinoyaneo, and my hair became very thin. I hnvo used Newbro'H Hornlcldo for a month, nnd the dandruff has on- llroly disappeared, nnd my hair la be coming much henvlor than formerly. Now hair Is growing where thero was none, nnd I am vory thankful to you for the boneflt I havo recolvod from Nowbro'a Herplcldo, Very truly your MRS. C. II. KOSTRU. No. 085 Utah avenue. Duito. Mont Hold by loading druggist. Bend lOe In stamp for sample to Tho Herplcldo ro., Detroit. Mich. Daniel J. Fry, spe cial agent. Hnlom. Administrator Named. Juhn H Hteolhammer has boon ap pointed administrator of tho ostato ot Hvu A. Hteolhammer. hla deceased wlfft Tho oetato couslst of real and perwonal property to tho amount ot fWoo. the proporty ljlng in Marlon and Polk counties. County Judge 8ou fixed tho administrator's bond at J 100. and upon tho filing of tho samo . II. Scott. William Lovorldge. nnd F. .. vtuitmnn arv to uppralso the es UuNYlth t Hin WnHhtw, Uti tlMM k ''Ui d4 Uinl ifinu (ivot tw UTvrvlt tt4j Hires Hootbecr tycMilwIVr Mtuifarviilt. A lUM giiiiwua. tUtlllmc. -ii i in - , - , 1 1 , L Tt GUu K U 'j i HrLn. v ltnJllllHb THE DAILY JOURNAL, 8ALEM, 'AFTER LARGE GAME Astoria Boys Do Great Execution Witli a Small Rifle Two Horses two Heifers and one Bull Make Part of an Afternoons Bag Iorenz Pllklngton. the 11-year-old Bon of City Phj'slclnh Pllklngton, nnd Harry Ilooflor, tho 10-year-old son of II. U. Hoeflor. In Imitation of Proel ilont Iloosovelt, started out on Thurs day on a hunt after big gamo, and woro eminently successful. Young Pllklngton, without tho knowledgo of his pnronts, wont to Spoxarth's store and purchased a 22-callbrc rlllo nnd somo cartrldgos, and then securing young Hoeflor as a companion, went out on tho I.owls and Clark. Their aim was truo nnd their rlflo deadly, nut tno extent or tneir ninugntor can not yet bo told, ns It Is bcllovcd that tho returns nro not nil In. In tho pas turo of Ixiuls Wilson they shot and killed two liorsoB, and It Is known that they shot a hull belonging to J. W. Itoltli, but ho Is still alive, nnd mny get ovor his Injuries. A douplo of hollers aro missing fronrHollh'H hard, nnd It Is bellovod these woro shot ntso, but it Is not definitely known. Tho boys did not nppenr to ronllze tho damage that they woro doing, but woro under tho Impression thnt tho rlflo was In tended to kill animals with, and thoy rathor liked tho sport. Thoro was a reckoning this morning when Sheriff I.lnvlllo discovered who had shot the horses, nnd Mr. Wilson wanted to be recompensed for his loss. An arbitra tion rommlttoo, consisting of Sheriff Mnvlllu nnd J V. Duma, was selected to fix tho Iobs and nssoss It ngnlnst Dr. Pllklngton nnd II. It. Hoellcr. who agreed to abldoby tho result. Tho val no of tho horses was fixed at $250, and of thin nmount Dr. Pllklngton paid $100, and Mr. Ilooflor $90. Tho former was nsscssod tho greator amount, he cause his boy waa tho older, nnd was tho ownor of tho rlflo. 1 i i ! i i ii tm i i 8ome Rouflh Sidewalks, John Young hns half n set of artl-llng flclal teeth awaiting a clnlmnnt. He. found thorn under an old sldownlk which ho was tearing nwny to glvi placo to n now ono. SIdownlks In this city hnvo beon notoriously bnd, nnd tho discovery of theso teeth empha sizes tho fact thnt somo of them nro bnd. It Is HtippoMcd that tills walk was so rough that tho tooth of somo lady MENS AND BOYS Any straw or crash hat in the store now goes at half price, except those queer AUxican hats, which we can't 8 rv?7ri!iOUS ,0 P)ly the demand- We stat ted in on 12 dozen to supply the demand for the season, but the )b uubN now sold or on the way is still not enough, and we're going to order more. No wonder, for vou can't go anywhere in the valley, at the coast or in the mountains without seeing one of our Aexican hats, They all came from our store, too, for J NO OTHER STORE IN tHE VALLEY HAS THEM . SUODBR SHIRTS Reduced to Close. $J.50 values now $i.l5. Our 75c, $1,00 and S2.00 values in golf shirts will be sold at corres- mlikM --.1 a Ti a 1 it -i r W, B)'Wb fcj you. Each shirt has cuffs to match, BOYS' WAISTS Ages 4 to tt 50c to 75c Special Sale of Suits Continues O.tEOON, MONDAY, AU0U3T 10, 1903. . CK ttSZStp " jftSTv ?: 9 til Ir A"f -. x) f&r fifj&f rf'J & xf s& yPyrm Miul Ay j"rki ZflttMiSlzr am AS Att4 r K J&'f J"fy jf ei'l tu " (yyrn FhvFst.v m hY J tf A'X C'VsGrftiAr z&r lzFLj IL..J && fcv&7i J f xX4y Fii.r AY A,MMr' ftX Nmjij M r.w'n1 &2ir .lr BPaA f f Atnu tW V H W jgrmy? jt s now possible to get IX a good cigar without VJV m doubt or question, uu h M .ak matter where you arc. Gemo I The Largest Selling: I V Mf A I Brand of Cigars ,i-YH w I In the World. I Sm W I I The "Band is the t V Wk 'X Jm WL Smoker's Protection. ' &y n f 'Wki wr ' " i " ji woro shaken out as bIio passed ovor It ou a wheel. Another theory Is that sho might havo fallen or lost her teeth as a result ot seasickness, occa sioned by following tho undulating outlines of tho walk Corvallls Times. Shooting Accident. About 10 n. m. todny Hay Cox, of rtoso slough, had tho mlsfortuno to recolvo a charge from a 44 Winchester rlflo In his right hand, tho ball tear- his hand so that It was necessary to nmputato tho member at tho wrist. Tho rlllo was sitting up against a log, when his dog accidentally knocked It over, nnd, In his attempt to catch tho gun, recolvod tho chnrgo. Mr. Cox stood tho operation well, though having lost consldorahlo blood from tho necossnry long wait for n pliyalcIan.-Coast Mall. STRAW HATS MEN'S HATS w Now Here Nearly $2,000 Worth Just In FALL TROUSERS "T wuuaxu Have Arrived $J.OO to $7.00 cMpi i - fwir - Now $7.00 SuiU that wore $1000 11.00 12.00 12.50 Now $8.50 Suits that were $10.00 12.00 13.00 15.00 A Sawdust Fire. Tho Salem flro department was called to the foot of Stato street Sat urday evening to extinguish n ;mall blnzu In n pile of sawdust. A stream of wntor soon put out whnt little flro thoro. wa. I-ntor In tho evening tho department mado another test of tha Sllsby engine, a stream being thrown from the cistern at the corner of High and Court strcots, and tho council committee on flro and wator was pres ent to observo tho working of tho now boilor. When tho new city board of health Is organized, It Is to bo hoped It will not tako tho samo kind of n high dlvo for n startor thnt tho atnto board In dulged In. ptin,, i safe and robbers wont through n captured $1C0 Saturday ,fftFl'lT7lff - ffV a Now $10.00 Suits that were $13.00 14.00 15.00 16.00 Now $ SuiU that IW.00 15.00 10.00 17.00 ' i night, only two blocks from tho police station. Still this docs not bring Port land Into tho Seattle class. To bo one run ahead, tho safe nrtlsU will have to roh tho police station, nnd that Ic daylight. Strong's Restaurant Uso spring wator on their tablet Why not go thoro nnd got somothlm cool on theso wnrm dnys. Uso Trlb for tobacco. Wanted, Hop Pickers. Thirty acres, good yard. Mall, gri corlos, meat and bread dollvorcd da.' lleglster at ofllce, S to G p, m., room!? upstairs, second hall south of Uusi bank, Commorclnl street. 8-10-lwk ED. C. HEItrtEN. Trlb for 8a, ' ' Capital Drug Co- HALF PRICE Jt you're planning a trip eee us Salt Cases $.00 to $8.00 Grips 60c and op Trave ing bags $2.25 and ap Bip line just opened includinrr ahouldor strajis, namo tags, etc., 1 2.00 were $18.00 18.50 20 00 Now $ 1 4.00 Quits that were $10.50 17.00 18-G0 20.00 'I v iWNmrm