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THE MORNING OXEGOJCLUT. MOKDAX. AERU , 10.
Nine Hits by Northerners Re
sult in Three Scores to
LISTER SWATS BALL HARD
Usher Has a Find in Cartwrlglit,
Who Docs Phenomenal Work
at First, ami Brings
,ln Both i:cns.
. Pacific Coat, Leagae.
Portland 3. Freno 2.
1oh Angeles Z. Oakland 1.
San FTanclco.2-4.. Seattle 1-2.
Standing of the Club.
"Won. Lost. P.C
Portland 2 n 1000
San Francisco ...... -3. o 1000
Los Angeles 2 1000
Fresno 0 2 .000
Oakland 0 2 .000
Seattle 0 3 .000
'FRESNO. Cal.. April 8. (Special.)
Portland was again victorious today. Lis
ter's batting being responsible for the
ruIL The big first sackman rapped
thr ball safely four times. In the fourth
Innin? Sweeney walked, went fo second
on Mitchell's sacrifice, and came home
on Lister's two-bagger. In the fourth
McHalc and McCredlc hit safely, and ad
vanced on Sweeney's sacrifice. Lister
tame to the front with a single over sec
ond base, and scored both runners.
The star of the Fresno team was Cart
wrjjglit. Fisher's "bush league" first base
man. Besides doing some phenomenal
tlelding. he lined out a three-base hit.
scoring a runner, and coming home a
moment later for the second run. Arel
lanes pulled off two sensational one-hand
ctops. The raisin-eaters were weak with
the bat at critlcaV points. The score:
Garvin will take Ills turn en the slab.
Bert- JWies Is "saM .to be experiendac
.seme dlciiKy K gettfetc' Into eeaditie.
and say net be aMe tovpltch for -seate
Moore, the- Cotartfela. University lad.
lKdolng excellent work at third base, and
ib ay become a fixture at that position.
Today will be an off day among tne
teams of the league. The clubs do not
resume play until Tuesday.
TALENT THAIXIXG AT PACLFJC
Try-Out Will Be Held on Field Day,
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY. Forest Grove.
Or.. April S. The good weather of the
past week has brought .all candidates for
the track team -out in earnest, and cTery
afternoon has seen a good-sized squad at
work on the oval and the2 straightaway.
Instead of being discouraged by the loss
of many of the bid- men and the inability
or the athletic committee to provide a
track trainer, the men have exhibited a
purpose to settle down to hard wvjrk un
der the direction of Captain Fletcher and
Manager Bump. The following men are
working out for positions on the team
which will be chosen on the annual Field
day, April 23:
Sprints Peterson. Huaton. Hone. Wltham
and C Huston.
Distance Fletcher. Brown. Jenton, Sllver
man. Holmes and Gardner.
Hurdles Mason. Witha'mr White and Prl
deaux. Jumps Peterson. Roblnaon. - Huston and
weights La.Trre.nce, Allen, Isaxxi and Klrk-
Pole vault Ferris, Roblison, Bojd. Xcrkce,
Knight and Tailor.
HAS A 3LATCII FOR ."JOE GAXS
E. X. Athcrton to Back h Portland
' 5lWn Against Xcgro.
B. Newton Athcrton. one of the proprie
tors of Babb's Hotel Jn Saa'. Francisco,
who is at the Oregon, says that he has
man whom Tie is willing to back in a
match with Joe Gans at 133 peunds. Word
to this effect was sent to Jim Kelly at
San Francisco, who is- urged to get" Gans
concent to a match Tor any amount, the
bout to be pulled off in Portland, it possi
ble, and if not. In San FranciBco. Mr.
Atherton withholds the name of his man.
for the reason that he Is employed in this
city, and the publication of his name Jn
connection with a fistic contest might cost
him" his position.
A Teply to the telegram is cxnected to
day or tomorrow, as Gans is in San Fran
cisco at present.
AB. It. H. PO. A. E.
Mcllale. c. f 3 112 0 0
McCrcdle. r. i- .-...4 1 J 2 0 0
Sweeney, 1 .0 a 1 0
Mitchell. 1. f. 3 0 1 1 0 0
LUter. lb 4 0 4 10 2 0
McLean. C .......4 0 1 S 2 0
Moore. :il 3 0 0 0 2 0
Waters. 2b 3 0 0 2 4 1
Henderson, p ...3 0 1 0 4 0
Totals 2S 3 9 27 15 1
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Dojle. r. f .3 O 2 0 O
Oaey. 2h. .-. 4 0 1 4 4 1
McLaughlin. 1. f..r4 0 0 1 0 0
Eagan. s. f 4 0 0 4 3 2
Arellanes. 3b 4 11 0 7
TJelmas. r. x. 4 i O 0 0 0
Ortwright, lb. ..2 1 1 14 0 0
Koran, c. 3 O 0 2 5 0
Schmidt, p 1 0 1 0 C 0
Total 23 2 4 27 25 3
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Frno Runs 0 0 0 00 0 2 0 0 2
Hit 1 0 0 O 0 0 2 I 0 I
Portland Runs 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 03
Hits 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 03
TTvo-bafe hit Lister.
Three-base hit -Cartwrlcht.
First base on'balle "Oft Henderson, 3; off
Struck out By Henderson. C: Schmidt. 1
Left on bases Portland. 5: Fresno. 4.
Double plays Schmidt ' to Arellanes to
Lgan to Cartwrjrht.
Sacrifice hlts--McHalc. Sweeney. Mitchell,
Stolen 'base Arellanes.
Wild pitch Schmidt.
Passed ball McLean.
First baeo on errors Portland 1, Fresno 1
Time of same Two hours.
TWO GAMES FOR THE SEALS
Timely Hitting Wins Over the Si-
SAN FRANCISCO. April . Gloason's
Pals scored a double victory today over
Seattle. In the afternoon game the vis
itors opened promisingly, getting two
men around on a couple of hits, and they
held a lead of 2 to 1 from the second In
nlng to the eighth, when the locals land
eel heavily on Vlckers and scored three
i .in. After the second Inning Hughes
pitched superbly for the victors.
In the morning game at Oakland the
play was cloie and even, the game being
snappy. Seattle's one run was made on
the three bunched hits. With the score
1 to 1 in the seventh, a brace of safe hits
gave San Francisco the winning point.
Seattle ..0 1000000 0-1 6
.San Francisco 0 0 0 1 0 04 0 2 5
Batteries Jones and Blankcnship; Shea
Se&ttl- 2 000000 0 0-2 6
San Francteoo '..0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 7
Batteries Vlckers and Blankcnship
Hughes and Street.
COMMUTERS IN", HARD LUCK
Hit Anjrcl Pitcher Ei?ht Times and
Get But One Run.
LOS ANGELES. April 8. Oakland had
some hard 1u6k today and although they
got a tdtal-of eight hits off To'scr's de
livery, they' were unable to get but a
flngle run across the plate. The locals
got three rune out of five, hits oft Hop
kins. The latter, however, gave three
bases pn balls,.
Neither team, played cleanly in the field
each making three errors. Los Angeles
had the garde safe after the second in
nmg, when thc3t"scored two of their runs.
The score! - .'. ,
. : R.H.E.
los Angeles; 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 5
Oakland ...0 0 o l OX) 0 0 0-1 S
Batteries ,Tozer and Eager; Hopkins
and Jlaeketf. Umpire. KnclL
ESSICK- 5dlXS . THE GIANTS
. - - -
Will Bgcln P.UchJng; as Soon as c
Jj in Condition.
PitobeT yjll Ervlck is with the Port
land aggregation at Fresno. The blonde
twlrfer Joined "McCreaie Just before the
locals left -Stockton, but will not be
used Jo' th box for- week or so. as he
hs had ao-' opportunity to get Into con
ditJon. -Beiwiy Headcrson. who won yes
terday8 game tor Portland, was dlscov
-rpd some" twe -years ago by "Buck
Keith, wbolr now In business on Wash
v Ington street in tnls city.
Keith has-been watching the career of
tlic younvKcfjJand it Is was on his rec
ommendation tkat McCredie signed him
last "Summer. Tab ex-Omaha manager
tltlnks Henderson will be -.the star of the
French. Callff, Teren and Henderson
will do the bulk of the twirHBg for Pert
land until the team comes sorth. wa&J
ProbaWy No Vote on Railroad
Rate Bill This Week.
SENATORS ARE STUBBORN
Handball Singles This Week.
Another interesting series of hand
ball grames will be a feature of the
Multnomah Club's programme for the
conjlns: -week, during which the singles
in tne imuaicap tournament will be
played. Tonight Holbrook will play
Bellinger,-Jones will Dlav Wickersham.
Huesner will play Stockton. Tuesday
Ldwards will play Scott. Stioe will
play Lombard and Zan will play Mc
Millan. Wednesday Koberts will play
Morrison and Thursday Peterson will
play Moore, Barrett win play Clcland
and Dunne will play Bilderbrook.
The scratch men in the tournament
are Holbrook, Jones, Moore, Bellinger.
Lombard, Scott. Dunne, Clcland and
Wickersham. McMillan. Stockton. Stipe,
Edwards, Peterson and Barrett have a
landicap of -eight points. Bilderbrook.
Morrison and Roberts enter the tour
nament with a handicap of ten points.
Huesner and Zan have a handicap of
HAVANA STRIKE GROWS
Tradesmen Will Force Issues Aside
From the Main One.
HAVANA, April S. The strike situation
is assuming considerable proportions.
Mounted policemen this afternoon dis
persed a mass meeting composed of 1003
strikers and arrested the leader of the
meeting, who was engaged In adversely
criticising and condemning the police and
local officials. Two other men who at
tempted to rescue the orator from the
police also we're taken Into custody.
Tonight conventions composed of four
representatives of each trade met and re
iterated their intention of calling out
-their workmen tomorrow morning-. The
leaders assert that the workers in more
than 20 trades will go on strike tomorrow.
The main grievance is that the company
insists in refusing to permit its employes
to be members of any organisation re
garded as antagonistic to the company's
interest. The employes allcgte that the
company broke Its old contract when it
changed the wage scale, and now demand
contracts which have no nonunion clause.
The general strike will not be a wholly
sympathetic one. as several unions will
take the opportunity to press various oth
er grievances of their own for whlcb they
nave mtncrio unsuccessiuny contended.
Workmen in other. Cuban cities abo are
to be asked to striue. and the movement
Is expected to test the strength of the
trades unions in uuoa.
Con.crvHti-e Members Insistent for
Sweeping Provision for Court
Review Long Amendment
Docs Xot Satisfy.
WASHINGTON. April S. The United
States Senate will continue this wk
to discuss the railroad rate bi1Is and
the' Indications seem to Jail to support
Senator Tillman's prediction that the
week will witness the termination of
the general debate. The conservative
Senators, who are opposing the House
bill are still standing: out for a sweep
ing provision for court review, and
some of them, at least, are quite as
determined as they ever were in their
opposition to the bill in spite of the
The presentation of the Lone provi
sion has bad no effect on the more pro
nounced of that element unless in the
direction of Intensifying their oppo
sition. Tillman will continue to prefer
his request for the naming- of a day,
but for the present will meet with the
same denial that has attended bis pre
vious efforts in that direction.
The discussion will be resumed to
morrow by Senators McLaurin. of Mis
sissippi, and Morgan, of Alabama. Bai
ley has a-tven notice of a speech for
Tuesday, in reply to the criticisms that
have been made by Spooncr and Knox
of his amendment depriving- the United
States Circuit Courts of the power to
issue temporary writs of Injunction in
Much interest is felt in the" Senators
reply, and there is little doubt that
it will bring- about a number of
speeches. In rejoinder. He will occupy
most of the time Tuesday and it Is un
derstood that Spooner and Knox will
make formal replies later In the week.
Foster, jot Louisiana, who Is a mem
ber of the committee on interstate com
merce, will also speak on the bill dur
ing; the week.
It is said that the conservatives will
present their court review provision
very soon after the conclusion of Sen
ator Bailey's speech. The preparation
of the provision has been entrusted to
Senator Knox, and it is understood to
be along the general lines of the fifth
section of the Knox rate bill.
Senator Clapp will make an effort
during the week to secure action on
the conference report on the bill pro
viding for the settlement of the affairs
of the five civilized tribes of Indians.
Another week is to be devoted to the
postofflce appropriation bill in the Na
tional House of Representatives. The
general 'debate on this bill has taken
a wide range, and demands for recogni
tion will make it impossible to reach
the details of the bill before Wednes
day. To complete It will consume the
remainder of the week.
General legislation will be suspended
Monday in order that the House mar
lt as the City Council for the District
There is to be a general reply to
Democratic tariff speeches by Colonel
Hepburn, of Iowa, probably Tuesday.
He will pay particular attention to the
showing: made last week by Raincy. of
Illinois, on the question of importation
of American watch movements, which
had been sold abroad.
The pure food bill has been made a
special order to fill In time not taken
up by the appropriation bills. Snch op
portunlty is not In sight this week, al
though It was hoped to cet this bill
started on Its way through the House.
as aa exytajMtiea Its
appears la the 3are. iMeiStu
7a tbe refereace oefaruaest. twe rc4-lair-ttsts
bare beta cosa pHtd. eae ea tae
"Fifteen ta A3eaaeet. aad tae ether ea
the 3Iearee Dectriae. The head of the
departaseat has given tea talks oa the
use of the Library te the eaterls? clan
of. the "Hith SeheeL
Six Laadred and eighteen books were
catatesued fer the Library darlac March.
Daring the past month V) books have been
added to the Grcsaam statiaa. Lists of
these books any be obtained at the .read-tar-room.
It has beea found desirable
to circulate the books placed at Ll Raton,
and the reading-room Is bow opea every
Wednesday afteraooa aad evealar. Mrs.
Clara. Wilson actisg as librarian. The
first afternoon opening; March 2L was
one of general Interest. A pleasant hour
was spent In the discussion of books and
practical library matters.
In compliance with a reauest from
Highland, a library statiea will soon be
established at that place.
Three new are cosBpaaies 'have takaa
advantage of the library privileges, and
a box of books is new placed at Truck
Company 4 under the care of Ellsworth
Adams, at Chesalcal agine Company No.
3. under the care of F. E. Proudnt. and
at Truck Company 3, in charge ef Lieu
The followlar Is a list ef sea additions
to the Library:
Kirkup. Thomas. History of fotlalism
.............. ............... ."'
National Conference of Charities and
Oregon Legislative Asseaably. Corpo
ration laws of the State of Oregon,
1S83 U9S.I U9
Roark, R. N. Economy la education.
...... ... iVOJO
NeiL Pronouncing- Gaelic
dictionary, ed. 11 RW.S Mill
Berry. Arthur. Short history of as-
Broadhouse, John. Musical acoustics.
Goodrich. C L. First book of farm-
Intr. IMS WW lrtl
Herri ck. A B. Practical electric ran- J
way Handbook, jxh wia nsw
Terhune. Mrs. M. V. (IL) . Marlon
Harland s complete cookdook. wj....
Co rot. J. E. C L'Ocuvre de Co rot: by
Mired Robaut naiie. ucu
Holder. C. F. Boy anglers .7 HTJTb
Miller. L. K. Children's carden for
school acc home jams
Mencken. H. L. George Bernard Shaw:
his plays , s aHJt
Teats, W. B. In the seven woods....
TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION.
Fleurieu. C P. C Voyage round the
wond performed during tne years
1T0. 1TT1. 175& by Etleanc Marchand.
Junrman. Beatrix. Norway: ill- by
?ilco Jungman siui j?j
Harraden. Beatrice. Katharine Fren-
Harrison. Mrs. C. (C.) Carlyles....H31Sca.
Hawkins. .A. H. indiscretion of tne
Ducbcrs: by Anthony HODe HS51
S!(Jgwick. Mrs. C (U.). ProfCMor
BOOKS FOR CHILDREN.
Chandler. Katherine. In the reign of
coyote: folklore from the Pacific
Coast sm CSS
Glover. Elltaoctn. Family manners.
Hyde. W. DeW. Cardinal virtues.JlTO H033
Jenks. Tudor. In the days of Chaucer
Lawier. T. B. Story of Columbus and
Magellan J37J.I LU3
uuKin. James. Toy-mauns- for ama
teurs je LS&it
Miller, O. T. KrUtys surprise party
Seelye. J. JL Duty: a book for schools
-'. J1T0 SC2
nite. ti. o. only enna jwsso
Young. E. R. Algonquin Indian talcs
. JSS TR
PATRONAGE iS INCREASING
Portland Library Issued 15,645
Books Durlnr Jfarch.
At the regular monthly meeting: of the
directors of the Portland Library Aaso
elation, held Wednesday evening, the
acting librarian reported that the records
for the month of March have shown i
continued increase in the use of the LI
brary. In the circulating department.
the total number of books Issued wax 15.-
CtS, or ZSH more than In March. 1503. A
diagram of the circulating department
MINERS USE DYNAMITE
Blow "Up House of One of Number
Who Refused to Strike.
LENS. France, April S. The striking
coal miners, although outwardly calm, to
day gave evidence of their hostility to
the men who refused to go on stirke
by dynamiting the bouse occupied by one
of them. No one was Injured.
The miners today unsuccessfully, at
tempted to prevent the discharge of the
cargoes of British coal at Dunkirk. Dur
ing the day many processions were or
ganized and meetings held, which were
attended by crowds of strikers.
It has been decided that further efforts
should be made to arrange a conference
between the workmen and- the mineown
ers. The men to a great extent are sat
isfied with the Increase In pay offered
them, but are determined to obtain su
pervUIon of pay sheets by their federa
tion, the point on which the dispute prac
tically turns. It is said In authoritative
quarters that the companies arc inclined
iORRECT for the gentleman who cares to dress cor
rectly, tor street or outing: the single-breasted or
double-breasted model sack is the correct style,
and to be sure that this style is correct you must get the
famous Chesterfield make, for sale only at Gray's in the
state of Oregon, The, Spring line is now complete and
comprises a great variety of the extremely popular shades
of gray, also the beautiful blue serges which are in greater
favor than ever this season. Prices on Chesterfield, suits
range from $20.00 up to $40.00. Then, for Church, the
, double-breasted frock coat and waistcoat of white or
same material, striped trousers, Ascot tie and silk hat
all of which we furnish in correct sfyle. Then the most
.beautiful effects in Easter neckwear, price 50e to $3.00.
We have the most exclusive
styles and best qualities,
prices from $3.00 to" $6.00
Choicest new patterns, ele
gant quality in all styles at
prices frpm $1.00 to $5.00
This is the store which supplies best in quality and cor-'
rect style. This ad is intended for the man who does not
know this and he is most cordially invited to visit Gray's
store and ascertain for himself. Courteous salesmen
who know, their business always ready to serve you.
R. M. GRAY
269-271 MORRISON STREET
to concede the workmen this point, which
would probably end the conflict.
The government engineers have given
over the work of salvage to the officials
of the company, who are having piecings
made In order to reach the only unex
plored section of the mine.
TEXAS MURDER MYSTERY
and shipped a trunk to Fort Worth.
Sheriff Griscom left for Fort Worth and
AT TILE nOTKLS.
Dallas Man Disappears and Stran
ger Sells His Team.
DALLAS, Tex.. April (SpecIaL)
Texas has a murder myrtcry that In puz
zling the police of Limestone. Dallas.
Torrant and other counties, and involves
drowning, robbery and a trunk mystery.
P. C Caples, a well-known Dallas man.
left home last December, taking a One
span of mules, a wagon and several hun
dred dollars In money, for a business
trip to Central Texas. He was not heard
from by his family or friends until his
body was found in the Navasota River,
near Grossbeck. late yesterday afternoon.
Telephone messages from Judge, Ken
nedy and Sheriff Griscom, of Limestone
County, tonight to Dallas ofSdals say
Caples was seen to leave Dallas for Mexla
last January. In company with a man
who a few days later reached Mexia
alone. He sold Caples' team and wagon
FORMER WINTER HOME OF MRS. AMAHDA REED REPORTED BOUGHT BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER
tMMBK3W,aiift --4. v - SIH
The Portland R. C Hammond. Los An-
Ile: W. S. Stltt. Chicago; C D. McClurr.
San Frmnctsco; M. SchcnckH. H. Jacobson.
New Tork: T. r. Ryan. SCtle: J. D. Coyell,
Eaa Franc loco: C C Brnrnt. New York; G.
LravUL aad wife. MUa Hamilton. Cblc&xo: P.
Clatatone and wife. Granite; it. Acjell. Lon
don. England: W. E. Kremer. Louisville-. Ky.;
L. H. Any: G. A. Stephens and wife. Mollne,
in.: Dorothea stesBens. Mollnr. ill.: i . scrnan-
dman aad wife. Decatur. Iyy. ; R. V. Turn
hall. A. It. Turn bull. Minneapolis: J. G. Set
terthwsrt and wife. Philadelphia: C. M.
"Wright. New Tork: EL S. LewU. San Fran
cisco: EL VT. WUlclns. Philadelphia; W. F.
Jacob; TV. H. Dett. San Francisco; Mrs. E.
M. Welsh and daughter. Mrs. A. Stephens.
Crookston. Minn.; A. W. Clark and son; O. C
Denny and wife. Seattle: EL M. Elaln. H. 9.
Kozraisky and wife. D. F. Murphy. San Fran
cisco: L. Welnberr. A. H. Daaskarty, Chicago:
T. Owen. Salt Lake: O. R. Burr. Detroit:
R. D. McAnaland. Seattle: H. H. Andrews.
Raker City: J. M. Lawrence. Roseborg; A. C.
Dalfcn. Seattle; EL B. Lyons. Minneapolis;;
It. H. Smith. Zanesvllle. O.: D. B. Leek. New
Tor!:: R. Klrkpatrlck. Tacoma: M. A. Llppett.
Saa rranclsco; C Elmore. Aberdeen: D. C
Noreroas. San Francisco: W. Xuttlnc and
wife. New Tork: A. F. Meckelburg and wife.
Mount. Vernon. X. T.; E. M. Flexner. Lou Is -vllle;
A. D. Spencer. Chicago; G. O. Emery.
Beaton: H. IL Dun lip. Vale: F. Kimball.
Clarkston: O. H. Maegly and wife. F. P. Skeen.
Emma Maegly. F. H. Stewart. Mazle Ruff. A.
Mlntnger. Either Maegly. C H. Robinson.
Mbs Monta Maesiy. clt): J. R. Cook. San
Fraaclsco: "W. It. Hunt. Helena; Mrs. F. I.
Ellis. Seaside; B. Llndenberger. Astoria: E.
L. Collin. J. Jarkllng. T- H. Jackson. Seat
tle: H. C Jennings. Cincinnati.
The Orega B. "W. Mcintosh, San Fran
clso; J. L. PhlUlpps. Lo Angelas; Tbos. F.
Stinecrop. Seattle: R. B. Carmthers. San
Francisco; W. Hoergen. Falrbault. Minn.;
W. O. Reynolds. (Pendletcm: J. H. Peterson.
Nerrla B. Gregy. R. G. Dunham, city: F. A.
Ingersou. Jew Tork: V- H. Daniels. Chi
cago: M. D. Moreland. Centrmlla; Mrs. O.
F. Green. Galesbuix. IU.: Mlsa Carrie Glan
ton. La. Grande. Ga.; H. O. Brandon and
family. San Franclseo: M. P. Miller. Mos
cow. Idaho: C it. Wright. Kev Tork: G.
Bultraan. St. Paul: E. E. Randal, su Faui;
F. L. Meyers. M. J. Church. La. Grande:
G. Hartroan. Chehalls: G. I. Kinney, wtfa
and child. Seattle: R. H. Krause. San Fran
cisco: Ed Holmer. agent Creston Cloak Co..
L. E. Marsh. San Francisco: Louis P. Sup
lee. Drain: Clrr.ee Masnn Belrue; J. C.
Kerllle. Chicago: W. G. Gallup and wife.
Eau CI s Ira. Wis.; B. O. Wald aad wife.
Mount Angel. Or.
Tae Perk las A. K. Holmes. Eureka. Cal.:
L. G. Bate and wife, Elsie. Mich.: J. W.
Page. NelllsTlUe. Wis.; F. R. OaytOB. St.
Louts; A. A. Bailey and wife. Everett.
Wash.: F. J. Lambert. San Francisco; Ed
Dorgan. Albany; if. R Browa and wife.
Harrtsburg. Or.: J. T. Dllllager. Astoria: C
F. Benson. Stockholm: W. H. Hewitt, Ta
coma: E. B. Shields, Hoqulam: Jim Hacket.
Hequlam: F. Howland. New Tork; II. Kc
Caaley. Aberdeen; B. T. Jones. Toledo,
oat: Mrs. M. W. Porter. Missoula. Mont.:
S. O. Garrlsan. Helena: C C Wilcox. Gotd-
endate. Wash.; V C- Landon. Cottage Qrove
-CAKMKLITA- AT PASADENA.
"Carrnellta." located at Pasadena, formerly tne Wlsittr aesse of the tate Mrs. Asoaada Xeed. f PerUaad. Is eae ef the see it eeatttifs! ef all the zaagdlflctat resi
dence propertlea In Southern California. The site costal 13k acre covered wttk tae men lazuiaat Tegttaiten- The groBds were laid eat by the t iaadscaye
gardeners that could be employed and the reult Is a oelesMec site, with attractlTe' walk aad drives kerstrtd Ha d ef tae ekelecst Hewers aad ataded by
spreadlar JM-lss. e ranee trees aad a wealth f treflcal xialtage., Tae Tssldeace Itself 1 large and attraetire,
Simeon Reed, of PorUaed, purchased tae property a SC fr After ate death Mrs. Reed Mk the ye tat Katie, which s wed as her Wlater bm
up te ia time- f her death. "CarmeUta wa 'neM last Jaasary Vjr tie Xeed estate te L. V. XartoMM. C the Sadrd OA Csar. for IMU. The 'd
patch pbUhed n The Oregonlaa yesterday orrIng states- that the -rest yrlcs paid far the preerty hy ReekefeUer is OMiM. aad that ha will sd
jsere In toavtlfjing JL ' .
We like best to call Scott's
Emulsion a food-medidne. It
is a term that aptly describes
the character ana action of
our Emulsion. More than a
medicinfj more than a food,
yet combining the vital prin
ciples ol both. It is' for this
reason that Scott's Emulsion
has a distinct and special
value in alL wasting diseases.
There is nothing better to
remedy the troubles of im
perfect growth and delicate
kealth in children. The action
of Scott's Emukion is just as.
effective in treating weak
ness aod wasting in adults.
SCOTT MWXX, s ! tlrtet, Xsw Yerfc
O. G. Knold and wife. Pittsburg; J. H. Luke
and family. Cleone; airs. W. Lord. Mrs. S
F. Haughton. The Dalle?: E. C. McCooU
Pendleton: L. P. Carter and wife. Canton
O-: Mrs. G. IL Stevens. Rebna Stevens, Scat
tlo; H. R. Fisher, Tacoma; Thos. Jluli
Maryavllle. Wash.; J. D. "Glover, Coloradc
Springs; Siena Ulme. Seattle; F. J. Bryce
Chicago: Fred Palmer. Salem: A. V. Free
man. Seattle; Wm. Wachter. Geo. G. Perry,
Fairbanks: T. Smith and wife. M. R. Aum
ler. Camas; A. S. Bennett. H. S. Wilson
The Dalles: F. L. Huntley. Wasco; R. E.
Marker and wife. Lincoln. Neb.: T. Brown
and wife. Camas: Chas. Hosklns. city: V.
Brandes. S. Brandes. Victoria: O. M. Cornel'
and family. Minneapolis. '
The 8t, Charles A. Miller, city: C. T. Al-
lUon. Hlllsboro: P. M. Mttch-11. city: P. C.
Baugbxnan. X. "W. Bennett. Sa Francisco: C.
H. Baldwin. W. Southwalte. Forest Grove: O
Jarvls. H. Reeves. Carlton: W. Wiley. C. Mlx-
fleld. T. Smith. G. F. Street, city: c. Schor-
merhorn. Louisa. O.; G. N. Seelye, Cen trail.
J. E. Calvin and wife. Marshland: A. H.
Buta. Klamath: J..T. Bennett. Madras; U.
O. Cripe, Forest Grove: W. J. Crittenden.
Hubbard: E. Steen. Carlton; K. F. Corwln.
Columbun. Ind.: S. Grant. F. Pklpton and
wife. New York; F. CL Roe. Heppnor; Mrs.
C. H. Dathaway. G. W. Allen and wife. Seat
tle: D. R. Lovesood. Forest Grove: J. (. -Daniels
and wife. Troutdale: E. L. Ray. Mi;
waukle; Mrs. Man Jones. Bertha Jones. Cor
nelias; H. I. Hoff. Rldgefleld; E. I. Hunter?
Dallaa: I. Hubert, sirverton; s. iiccnrdy. J.
Braeke. Douglas. A. TL: A. P. Spencer. Aurora;
F. E. Reed. C. Deverell. Corbett: Mrs. B. B.
Kunzler. F. Crowther. Astoria; J. C. Bough
man. F. S.
Hotel Donnelly , -Tacoaaa. Wasblagte.
Xaropeaa plan. Bates, IS csats t 3.M
per day. Tr 'baa.
Tired and nervous women find help In
Hood's Sarsaparllla. It enriches their
CASTOR I A
Isr Iaismtt sai Clulelrtx.
DR. W. NORTON DAVIS G CO.
Vc treat sueceaafully all prite nerv
ous and chronic diseases of men. also
blood, stomach, heart, liver, lcMney and
throat trouble. We cure SYPHILIS
(with oat mercury) to stay cared forever.
TVe remove STRICTURE without opera
tion r pain, in IS days.
WE CURE GONORRHOEA IN A WEEK
Tae doctors of this institute are an reg
ular graduates, have had many years' ex
perience, have been known In Portland
for 15 years, have a reputation to main
tain, and will undertake no case unlest
certain cure can be effected.
AH Medlciaes Free Until Cared.
We guarantee a cure In every ease we
undertake r charge no fee. Consultation
free. Letterj confidential. Instructive
BOOKT FOR MEN mailed free In plain
If you r&nnet call at office, write for
question blank. Home treatment success
ful. All medicines free until cured.
Otftce aeuse. 9 to 5 aad I to 8. Suedays
and holidays, TA to 12.
Offices in Van Xoy Hetel. 32 Third St.,
Corner "Flae. Portland, Or.