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MONDAY OAKLAND-TRIBUNE. JtTRE 21, 1C07. Dill Squires Is- SAVtmMK Barney Oldfield -Mill Race Here Pitcher Flynn lit Great Form V. a. SAN ti.

Pitcher Flynn of the Oakland State. League team was in great form here today and he held San Jose down to a few hlta, and as a result of his pitching- Oakland won by a scare of S. In the fifth inning 'Oakland solved Arrelanes' delivery for two singles, and a double and scored two runs. Again In the eighth they -tallied on two hits and a sacrifice. The score; San Jose AB.

BH. PO.AlFi Strieb, 4 1 1 .3 -1 0 lV fieri tfi1Yvv1 Mim en1 tree from eruptions, but when tb.e Uealtny numor the enect is snowa by or other disfiguring' end annoying skin The skin is provideJrwith, countless pores and tlands which set as drainage system to jid the body v-- When the gates of the' Emeryville race track are thrown open on Jujy Hth the automobile enthusiasts around the bay will have' their first real opportunity to nee some genuinely exciting Then la that the meeting promoted by Barney Old-; the-fyVteard'-'of the AutoJ nd James W. Coffroth welUkSown-i sporting man of San will Ander way. it win be theTirst of a series of meetings to be held at Era-i pastime to the woriq. 4 OTiDFUULD COMINO.

-h of impurities through the perspiration that is constantly passing through these little tubes. There are other glands that pour out on the skin an oily substance to keep it soft and pliable. Whefi the blood becomes filled with J- humors and adds' these are thrown burnineand irritatlnsr the skin and have not only Acne, Eczema, Salt affections as Tetter. Psoriasis, and kindred The treatment of skin SalTes, washes, lotions, etc. is not along' the right line, True, it relieves some of the itching and discomfort and aids in keep- fhm Mai MHt.

frmKU 9 lh ralMilbinrthermiiM''w1itrh w. 1. Tra amu.m h)iiii(iiVmriMf-KiirriinMsnrtiHin ir AnM nf tMKd crouDies wjtn sucn treatment are humors in the blood, and it can 1 the blood, can the best nd quickest treatment. It the tumors, fiery acids and poisons blood becomes infected with some rashes, erupuoas oils sua pt off throucrh the pores and elands. the natural oils so that we Wieumi etc, but Such scaly skin therefore have no real curative effect on therefore have no real curative effect on r.

goes dowti intotte blood and removes from the circulation, cools the overheat- tTT SPECIFIC ATLANTA, GA. ALL BRANDS OF THE BEST WHISKIES ThoE.F.TIlAYEnCO. Q07 Bromdway, Oakland mjHea. I ej blood! and by sending' a fresh Stream of nottrishino; blood to the skin permanently cares skin diseases of every characW S. S.

Sis made entirely i a i. mosiu wuuug lor yoonsr or old. s. cs. s.

cures Acne, jaait jeuieum, lecier, rso- riasis, and all other disagreeable and nnsightly eruptions of the 8xln. Special v-v nn oin niseaaea and anv medical fldvire desired furnished fre ta all who THE SWIFT MURRAY CO. 610 Broadway Oakland 6991 Heating Ventilating FoRNaCES Repairing Sheet Metal Work. By the -THfi Extracted Fein owtedged to be the easlast and best palnlesa extractor In Oakland. Until June 30 have decided to nukt our best sets of teeth for 93.00.

TCTTTf -tn werrtr 22K ooLii CROWNS "it 1.04 .69 bjeudgbwork s.oo no charge for extractinz teeth written guarantee for 29 ora. RflvTl iM lirniTAl PARLOUS. HI i II Iri UwJlwll 1i.Hiru. .1159 1-2 WASHINGTON ST. ffllOM Bank, Store and Office Fixtures.

'Bars 14 to 20 feet now In stock. T. MEEK Factory Minna: Ware-chouse, 1152-4 SalesroonC 1159-1181 St. Bet 7th and 8th San Tran-olsco; Phone Market Zinco and half-tone TRIBUNE, offioe. cute made at 20 SYPHILIS, GLEET.

ALL DISEASES SHOULD HAVE VIM AND" FIRE EN Chief Consulting Physician of The United Physicians and Surgeons BV7 23ci Near Telegraph Oakland, Cal. Doctors AND. DO; Gure Sick Men There is no reason for any man giving up hope. So few are the really Incurable cases that we- find in our Immense practice that we might almost say there are none. Of? course we offer a service 8U PERIOR TO THAT TO BE HAD ANYWHERE ELSE, and the reason for that statement of plain tfuth; is simple enough, We have no merely licensed physicians In our employ7.

Each assistant holds dj. ploma from a REPUTABLE COLLEGE, and I am frank to confess that I am Justly proud of my asv sociates. Was there one weak link labour chain, our record of "ABSOLUTELY NO DISSATJSFIED-PATIENTS" could not 'i maintained. Much Surprised tBlll Squires haa uken quite a. shine to Eddie Hahlon and -to even up accounts, Jadfe, has takerv quite fancy; to Bill.

but for moment, the Aua-trsllatt tnought that" Cute' wai ding him yesterday: when Hanlon said. alot of -women the ringside to see you, and Burns go. Squire threw up his hands' la holy horroy; "You float -mean to teft me that women go' to prise fights here, da your exclaimed But. "Sure, said Eddie," who could scarce ly refrain from laughing. "Donf the girls ever see -the fun in Australia?" "No.

air, they dont said BUI. "and I for one strenuously object to women attending prize ftghta VIf I thought it wouia do any good; I'd request the management to bar them. Think of a fellow dancing about a ring almost nude, with a lot of ladies looking at Theyd think the girls were pret ty bold back home if thev. tried" to do a' thing like that-Squires however, does-not -under stand our here. He was horrified the other; day in Santa Cruz when a woman asked him to fer a picture.

"Not that, said Bin. "but she desired flghtinar cos tume, if you please. My word, such boldness, and Squirest actually. blushed. The Australian, thorougbljr enjoyed P.

his trip to the seaside and while he did but -little work yesterday, (he. never does on the Sabbath), he went at his tasks with renewed vigor today. As this Is the last week of work. Bill will put In his best licks during the next six days. Betting on this fight is a little slow to open.

Not that there isnt plenty of coin already, on hand to bet on both Bill and Burns, but as usual, the admirers, of each are waiting for a point the better of the odds. At Corbett's Ellis-street resort, there are commissions waiting to -be placed on Squires at odds of 10 to 8, also a bunch of Barns money to be laid- at the same price- Corbett recently re ceived a wire from K. J. McCormick, the Seattle sportsman, to bet $1,000 on Squires, This money, Corbett can cover at evens, but has wired north to ascertain If the price is satisfactory. When the odds are finally established, the Burns-Squires affair to be one of the biggest betting events In the history of the fight game on the Coast.

A world of money will also be wagered on the preliminary in which the two popular local lightweights, Frankie Edwards and Johnny Murphy, are to box ten rounds, but It Is also hard to predict which of the pair will have the call of the betting public. Frank Carrillo of Bakersfield is cne of the many who will pin his faith to the Irish boy. "I have seen Murphy in four or five bouts." said Frank this morning, I will bet 81,000 even that he wins from In, his bout with Charlie Rellly last Friday night, Murphy plainly showed that he will be at his best over a distance of ground. While Reilly managed t6 draw with him, he eouldn't have lasted another round with the hard-hitting little Murphy. Johnny has never gone further than four rounds, and In this respect Edwards bas an advantage over him as he fought ten rounds at Stockton, winning from Jim Bradley.

Baffling Nelson mmm Off lahes a Battling Nelson took a day off from the routine of training grind yester day. The battler figures that the warm sunshine of Larkspur where he is train ing for his fight wkh Jlmmyv; Brit: scheduled to take place the night of July at the Auditorium rink will tear the weight off him too quickly, so the Itege-wurch lad contented himself yesterday with an automobile trip far up into the mountains of the northern part of the, county. when he trained for his last contest with Britt was compelled to leave Larkspur and finish his training on this side of the bay on account of the hot weathei. The Dane does not seem to relish working under the warm rays of the sun. Britt.

on the other hand, entertained the largest delegation of sports that has visited him' at Shannon's since he be gan training for the big battle. Those who made tne trip across tne Day eater to see Britt in action were not disap pointed. Jimmy and Joe Thomas furnished the sports with six exciting ounds. At times tne two ngnters went into spasms of slam-bang slugging that brought forth rounds ot applause the spectators, it can De easily seen Dy Brltt's boxing bouts that the California intends to put up a different quality of milling than he did in his last hat- tie with tne Dane. Me is nuting witn more oreelslon than usual and is careful not to waste many punches.

'I intend to make every wallop I hit Nelson tell this time," said Jimmy. "The last time we met I stood toe to toe with him and slugged. Had I used a little better judgment am certain would have knocked Nelson out or beaten him up so badly he never would have been heard of again. I know Just how far I have to go to neat. air.

jNeison tms time. I have studied his style In all of Its phases and. if eannot beat him now 1 will never put a glove on my band again. Lack of condition will not be urged by me as an excuse If I fail to win. I know, and my who have been watching-me work know, that I am even in better snap ngnt now tnan i was when I met Nelson at Col ma.

I trained too many times that year to be at my beat." .1 Dr. Ben Apple examined Brut alter his workout yesterday and pronounced Jlramv to be tne best possible Dftwl- cal shape. an hour and a half of violent i exercise Dr. Apple found Britt' heart' almost normal. Dr.

Apple id: "At this stage Britt is perfect phvsi. cally and with the fight still a consider able numner or aays away mere is no danger of i Jimmy becoming stale. He perspires rreeiy ana yei-ne is omy xnree pounds and a fraction over the required weight of 133 pounds, it nnd in a arood condltlon- alasbtna combat be tween perfectly conditioned athletes mar Here's the latest Bug Suggestion Rayden T. Cote; a dear mute pitcher of Dallas, Texas, has Just completed a plan for umpiring plays Che bases that will make him 4 public benefactor If carried Cale wants to equip the bases with whistles, so that a run ners arrival on the bag -will lie announced -at once. He also proposes to place a pneumatic whistle An the uniforms, so I hat when a player Is tag ged the whistle will sound.

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Round-trip railway rate from San Franelsco.J4.00. Piedmont flora ht Seed Cow Always bar a fresh supply ot chele eat flowers. Funeral, designs and boa nets promptly mads. King up Phone Come to Us for free examination. See our establishment Accept our straightforward guarantee and get cured.

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Listen that' all. The new-Columbia Records will fit your machine and double its value, to you. RECORDS 25c TO $6.00 Columbia Phonograph Co. 512 13th Oakland San Franoisco Addresses: '951 Van Ness Ava. and 626 McAllister St.

Macdonough Theater i- Phona Oakland 87. Charles P. Hall, Sole Prop, and Mgr. TONIGHT AND ALL THIS WEEK Matinees Saturday and Sunday Walter Sanford's Players In the London Drury Lane Drama "SPORTING LIFE" Ten Complete Scenes See the Big Prizefight Prices 16c. 25e, 35c, 50c.

NEXT WEEK The Great Municipal Graff Play "THE UjNDEftTOW." IMPORTANT NOTICE Maude Adams In "Peter Pan." July 22. 23. 24, 25 four nights and two matinees. Ipiajjhouse Direction of p. W.

Bishop. Phone Oak. 71. TOfiFoHT and all this week LAST WEEK OF NANCE O'NEIL presenting- THE FIRES-OF ST. JOHN" Supported by Bishop's Players Matinees 25c and EOc.

Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, l. Next Week "Alice cf Qld I DORA pASK Sr Opera House. Direction H. W. Btahoo.

Every Evening. Matinees Saturday Sunday and HE aheer A Cor.ilc Opera by Victor Herbert WEDNESDAY. "JUNE 26 NATIVE SONS DAY. Danclnq In the everting Next Week THE HIGHWAYMAN Columbia Theater 470 10th Oafcand. Keating and Flood, Props.

Grand Opening Monday Evening, July With I KOLB a "DILL CO Including Barney Bernard, T. Dillon and an all-star company. Opening BUI: "Hlgflledy Piggledy- and The College Widower Advance sale of seats begins Wednesday, June 26th, the Box Offioe. Qth Theater VV Near Broadway S. HADJI.

Manager. Week Beginning Monday, June. 24, '07 First Class -Vaudeville Illustrated Songs, Motion Pictures. Performance terminating with a laughable vuiuvay la 1 wo acis enuitea "Married By Mistake" In which 10'pople will be in the cast. performances Afternoons and Evenings.

One Matinee Dally artd Two Night Shows. 1 EMPIRE THEATER Tenth st. East of Phone Oakland 33(1. vi Week commencing June 24th Al Hallett Musical Comedy Company IN "MULDOON'8 CHRISTENING." iaieat eastern vauaevine acts, headed by 1 firooa tt yeaaer. new mourn pictures and illustrated songs.

Matinees dally. Two shows every ctght. PfTBELL THEATER Proa ram for Week ef June 17 iFtaturing the world's most famous com- euy acrobatic cyclists, the BAKER TROUPE Five in In number Five- ttenroeae ana lassie Maivey, com edr sketch. Henry W. Webber Sk Co.

In "The Sheriff of Lamar." Western The Bennett Sisters, dancers and alngera. Jtjynngion, uunous Teatnioquisi. Motion picture showing Jim Jeffilef at i wore on nis rancn. Prices IB and 25 cents. NOVELTY THEATER Broadwajr Near 12th St.

i CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE I and Mevina Picture. JCTary 'Afternoon and Evening to to 1 1 p. m. i BHI Changed lCvrT Monday 1 i POPDUIR PRICES 1 i Monday and Tuesday Saturday and Sunday FREEMAN'S PARK, 0th and San Pablo Every Tuesday at 1:30 m. Kvery WE TREAT WITH EQUAL CONTRACTED DISORDERS, SUCCESS "WEAKNESS!" LOST MANHOOD; VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE, RUPTURE AND Keeney, lb a Sears, lb Smith, rf 0.

0 0 1 0 0 0 '1 5 1 0 0 2 2 13 0 1 0- 2 0 0 1 1 0 Arellanes, ..4 Krause. cf ..2 Rim berg, If Frlene, 3b-lf Kentc Rellly, 3b 2 ....4 ,...3 ...1 Totals 6 27 Oakland l' Westerberg, VVuteen, lb Walthom, rf Russell. 2b AB. R. BH.

PO. A. E. ..4, 1-13 0 0 ...3 0 2- 1 0 1 0 0 2 i 9 0 3 0 ...4 ...4 2 2 2 .4 Zamlock, If Ellis, 4 Adney, 3b Flynn, .........3 Totals C3 3 8 27 RUNS AND HfTS BY INNINGS. 123457 8 9 San Jose ..0 ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 05 Bftse hits Oakland .0 08 0 B4 nits 0 0 Two-base hits Russell.

Arelianes, WaS- thom. Sacrifice hits Zamlock, Rettly. Stolen bases Strieb, Redford. First base on errors San Jose 2, Oakland 1. Firtt base on called balls Off Arellanes 1.

off Flynn Double play Flynn to Ellis to Wulzen. Struck out By. Arellanes 13, by Flynn 5. Passed ball Ells. Hit by pitched ball Sears.

Umpire Parker. Time of game 2 hrs. it Cordovas Wallop The Stockton Nine SACRAMENTO. June 24. Sacramento defeated the Stockton team here yesterday, by the score of 7 to 3 in a game that was full of wrangling.

When the players were not toasting Umpire Knel to a finish the stands were and the earns was one Ion continuous wrangle. Henderson, who Is usually a good pitch er. was not up to nis sranaara yesieraay and the Cordovas hit him almost at will. The Cordovas put the game 'n ice In the opening inning when scored four runs on two hits, a. bunt, two tree passes, another bingle and a wua neave.

Alter mat mere was very inue interest In the game. The score: STOCKTON. AB. R. BH.

SB. PO. A. E. McHale, cf 5 Morelna.

If 3 0 2 0 0.0 0 0 10 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 0 Campbell. 2b ...4 Moskiman, 2b-p 4 Henderson, 2b-p 4 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 3 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 6 10 Hackett, rady, lb 4 orrlson, rf ...4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Joyce, 3b 4 Hamilton, ss 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 114 0 0 Totals 86 3 11 1 24 7 a CORDOVA. AB. R. BH.

SB. PO. A. E. Dovle.

cf 6 1 2 0 2 1 verson. ss 4 i 1 iJnright, lb 3 2 2 1 12 1 Graham, 2 1 0 0 9 0 Shinn, 3b 8 1 1 10 0 Strub, 2b 5 0 2 0 3 6. Boynton, rf 4 0 0 0 0 1 8 0 1 1 0 rown, 3 0 1 Totals ...35 7 3 27 16 RUNS AND HIT8 BY INNINGS. 123 4 58789 Stockton 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 23 Base hits 1 110 10 2 1 411 Cordova. ...4 I000200 7 Base hits 3 2 0 1 0 1 3 1 11 Base hits Off Henderson 10.

off Moski man 1. Three-base hit Hackett. Two-base hitr-Enrlght. Sacrifice hit En- rlght. 2.

First base on errors Cordova, tirst Dane on canea Dans jti rtenaer- mn, 8. Left op bases Stockton, Cordova, 12. Stru5k out By Henderson. bv Brown .7. nil oy pticner iverson, Hackett.

Double 'plays Moskiman to Brady. Passed balls Hackett. Time cf game 1 Hour. So minutes. Umpire.

Knell. 1 1 Amateur Notes. Country teams desirous of obtaining a good Sunday attraction by competing with a crack aggregation of amateur ball play ers would do well to, write the manager of the Athletics, the reorganized speedy Folger team, who haveSbeen taking the measure of some fast clubs, including series of three games with the Fort Bak a er team, who need no introduction, to the baseball world of thlsviclnlty. Clubs fully uniformed and witling to cover reasonable expenses, with open dates, write at once to J. A.

Folger A Co. The Sunset Lumber Company won7 a well-played game from the Oleanders of East Oakland on Sunday by a score of to 4. The Oleanders played a good ame and both their catcher and pitcher Id tine work. The lumber company team seemed to be a bit too strong for them, as did jthe Brooklyns. The Sunset Lumber Company would like to hear from any teams around the bay.

Address all Challenges 10 narry uonsiaDie, 2it Sixteenth street, Oakland. The Toung Sacred Hearts defeated, the Union team Saturday afternoon by a scors ot 17 to Jhe loung Sacred Hearts ve won six games straight. The Young Hearts would lik'j game from any team whose average is twelve. The line-up is as follows: Gustle Perata. Itcher: Bernard Walsh, catcher: Anthony anella.

first base: Charles Ferra, second base; Mark Scania, shortstop; Mike rriftW, IUI1U rm ttnr? wWMm .,4,. field; Louis Molanair, center field; Andrew Panella, 'left field. Address an challenges to Mark; seaman, 647 Thtrty-ntnth street. The Fruitvale nine defeated the Liver- more in a fast and exciting gams' In Livermore by a score of S-2. The feature of the came was the home run of Smith scoring one man.

The Fruitvale nine will meet the Pleasanton team at Pleasanton next Sunday. June 30. A good game is: expected. VICTORIOUS. It was a lively game of ball played at the Twenty-third avenue Athletic park Sunday morning at 'o'clock when Che big Lings of Alameda went down to defeat at the hands of the Valentines of Kast OaJtlana, A large crowd turned out to rot fer the kids.

The game was even ut 0 to 0 until the last of the sec ond, when the' Valentines) commenced to score. The game was a close one and some fine claying was done by the kids. Garcia. Ditcher for the Valentines, struck eut men. -A special leature or tne game was a tnree-oagger oy wooirrum whlctt Drournu in tnree runs; aura nice little triple play by Garcia te Sousa at 3d.

Sousa to Brown at 1st and Brown to Kneel at Id. Following the une-up and game oy innings: Valentines: Ferrera. cf Livermore. ss; Woolfram. 'ct lb: Jordan rf: 8oua.

2b Thomas, If; Basel, set Oarcla ttlrhlnl. lb: A. Johnson. If Moblad, 2b Lee, If Gay, lb; T. Jobaaoo.

i 't SCORE BT INNINGS. 2 4 5 II It Valentines IJnrtr'a .91 9 1 1 0 9-14 ve 4 1 112 The Valentines would like to hear from other teams averaging 19 years. Address A. D. Valentine, nil Second avenue.

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Home treatment Is ALWAYS CERTAIN AND SUCCESSFUL. Hours: 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.

Open PHONE OAKLAND 7M1. in the Northwest, where he is showing tn nuttve of that 'sart of the country 1 machmeong3 win tu" he at the end of hext week to prepare for the Emeryville meet and will bring with him three of the fastest Tacing cars ever built. Among them will be him famous Peerless Green Dragon with which he made, of the worid's records-h now holds. But Oldfield will not be the- only ak a4Ia DVatmatai VrTrvt Vied 1 been in communication with. a.

number of clever drivers of late, and it his plans for a big sweepstake event with a purse of 15000 as the attraction materialize, the greatest race eyer driven in this country will be the He expects to secure the ser vices of such men as Bruno Siebel, the Dangerous Dutchman; Paul Satori. the intrepid Italian, and Maurice Ber- nin, the Flying Frenchman. Should any of these men fail to put fn an ap pearance-he will offer purses of $2500 for match races between those who do show up and Wizard Oldfield. The latter ia, so confident that he can defeat any, man in the world that he is Willing to bet $2500 on himself against any driver of prominence who happens into this section of the world. FEftTJRES.

While theseraces between professionals world-wide reputations will be wonderfully interesting, it will be the many other features of the daily pn grams that will catch the crowd. Races will be arranged for the dealers who will enter stock cars of varying horse-power, and scores of them have voiced their determination to participate. Events for profession-al chauffeurs and amateur drivers will be sandwiched in between freak and novelty events. It is the intention of the management to foster the amateur end the sport and with this in view Manager Coffroth has arranged for valuable plate to be offered as prises at Tim Flood Brainy Man of the Game Tim Flood, the ex-Brooklyn player, who now Covere second base Joe Kelleyfs Torohto Kastern League team, is a brainy' player. Two seasons ago he worked a clever trick, that resulted in a put out that saved a game for the Los Angeles club, with which Flood was then playing.

Flood was playing second and there was a runner on first and Los Angeles was one run in the lead When the batter cracked a hot grounder straight at "Tim." So swift and sudden did the ball come that It shot straight through. his leg3 rolling out tocenter Without blinking an eyelash' Flood went f' rough the motions of throwing the second to force out a runner ihe short stop covering the bae pretended to catch Jthe ball, and the base runner, completely fooled started to walk to the benqjh. Before the yells of his team-matea could warn the base center fielder had recovered, the ball and quickly threw to Flood at second' base and retired the runner. A 1 He Fired tn Stick. "I have fired walking-stick Tve carried over 40, years, on account, of a sore that resisted every kind of treat ment, until I tried Bucklen Arnica Salve; that has healed the sore and made me a happy man," writes John Garrett, of North Mills, N.

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