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iOE MORNING OKEGOMA?. THURSDAY AUGUST 21, 1913.
McLoughlirr and Bundy Out
class Strachan and Grif
fin at Newport. .
STRAIGHT SETS TELL TALE
San Francisco Boys, Aged S2 and 18,
Show Excellent Teamwork, bat
Are Unable to Withstand Ter
rific Smashes by Champion.
NEWPORT. R. I, Aug. 20. On the
Casino courts hers today M. B. Mc
Loughlin and T. C. Bundy, National
doubles' champions, successfully de
fended their title against J. Strachan,
aged 18. and C. J. Griffin, aged 22, the
challengers. The championship pair
defeated their youthful rivals In
straight sets at 6-4, 7-5. 6-1. and even
these figures do not express the mar
gin of victory always in the hands of
the older and more experienced players.
The challengers, by virtue of their
spectacular march through the prelimi
nary rounds of the doubles earlier In
the season, were expected by many of
the spectators to give McLoughlin and
Bundy a sensational battle.
When they actually crossed racquets
with the champions, however, it was
seen that their play still lacked the
finesse of the doubles', masters. They
showed -no Indecision and played a
strong game, but a game that, owing
to Its Immaturity, was not capable of
conquering the tried and veteran pair.
Challengers Foresee Defert.
The challengers played the.r liest
game, even when they realized that
defeat must be their portion, but mean
time the champions were piling up the
points. - An adequate idea of the difference-
in the play of the two pairs
may be gained from the fact that Mc
laughlin and Bundy scored 36 earned
points to 21 by their younger rivals.
On nets, double faults and outs by
their opponents, the champions gained
11 points while giving away 67.
McLoughlin and Bundy appeared to
be slow in getting started and early in
the match the younger pair frequently
killed Bundy's short lobs for points.
They played to the latter at every op
portunity, for Bundy's game was far
easier to handle than McLoughlln's.
whose severe-- service trpubled the
Strachan and Griffin made their
stand In the second act. but while they
carried It to deuce, they were unable
to break through. Bundy here played
the steadier game, while McLoughlin
furnished spectacular smashes. At the
finish the champions had swung Into
their old-time game and simply smoth
ered their youthful challengers.
Analysis of Flay.
The analysis of the play from a
team standpoint, showing sets, games
and points won, follows:
XT-T ti i tin and Bnndv
1 T 2
. .1 Si
Grirfln and Stracha
AMERICA'S BEST TENNIS EXPONENTS WHO RETAINED NATIONAL
TITLE AND PEE SENT PACIFIC COAST SINGLES TITLE-HOLDER.
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OREGON KID WINS
Baby Reliance Furnishes Great
Competition Until Rudder
FAST TIME IN TRIAL HEATS
Western Boat Flntshes 12-Mlle
Course In 18:34, Followed Four
and a Half Minutes Later
3 0 0 00
7 8 27 IS
Oregon Marksmen Stand High
at Camp Perry.
ENTRANCE LIST IS LARGE
.. O 4 2T
0 A 4
O 1" 1
The individual-stroke analysis, show
ing services, aces, placements, outs.
First set A-
Totals . .
P. O. N. Df.
S 4 1
8 18 1
8 5 8 2
5 6 4 0
4 8 6 0
5 13 10 0
4 S T 1
8 7 7 0
12 13 13 1
2 4 8 0
8 7 0 2
8 11 17 2
B 2 t 1
8 4 5 1
13 7 2
16 2 1
4 ," 8 2
Totals - O
Ftrarhan ......-. "
West Has Three Left In Singles.
Play In the all-comers continued un
interrupted by the doubles match and
with one or two exceptions tne ram
lng contenders came through accord
In to form. R. Morris Williams II de
feated S. H. VosheU three sets to one;
Kat Xiles won from Gardner Heals in
straight sets, and W. M. Washburn
rilrt likewise to H. J. Johnson. The up
set came in the defeat of Alfred Dab-
nev br R. Evans. Jr.
Strachan and Bundy, who faced
each other in the doubles, met again
and the 18-year-old loser in the morn
ing proved victor over Bundy In sin
gles by three straight sets. McLough
lin easily took W. D. Brownell Into
camp, and William Clothier and Rob
ert Leroywon in impressive style.
The singles field is now reduced to
eighteen players. In which the East Is
represented by four stars and the
West by three.
Play In the Interscholastlo title
opened with victories for G. C. Caner
over F. Hopkins and J. H. Weber over
B. A. Cushman. The winners will meet
W. I McKim and W. Blair, who drew
r.ves. tomorrow. William Johnston, of
California, and R. Norrls Williams IL
of the Davis cup team, also will be
contenders on Thursday.
C. H. White, of Company B, Third
Oregon; J. II.. Wolfard n 4 H. T.
Pearson Score 104 or Better
In Track Race. .
CAMP PERRT. O., Aug. 20. (Spe
cial. Records went to smash today In
both matches of the National Rifle As
sociation, the Leech cup, seven shots
at 100, 900 and 1000 yards, and the
In the Leech race, with 517 competi
tors, the record of 104, made by Ser
geant Frank Kean, of Massachusetts,
last year at the Seagirt. N. J- tourna
ment, was beaten by one oregonian ana
equaled by two others. The match was
won by George Chesley. oi Connecticut,
who scored the possible, and then 13
more 1000-yard bulls.
Other results were: Sergeant C. li.
White, Company B. Third Oregon; Cap
tain Spratt, of Georgia, and Sergeant
Robinson. United States Cavalry, with
105; Lieutenant J. H. Wolford and Ser
jeant H. T. Pearson, ot tne rourtn
Company. of Roseburg. with 104; Ser
geant Steve Pearson, Fourth Company,
Coast Artillery Reserves, and Sergeant
F. M. Mapes, Company M, Third Infan
try, of Salem. 104; Lieutenant O. A.
Stevens. Company B, Third Oregon, and
Sercreant H. B. Connor, Sixth Company,
Ceast Artillery Reserves, and Seaman
H. Spooner, Naval Militia. 98; Lieuten-
nt H. TJ. Johnson, company iv. intra
Oregon, and Ensign L. S. Spooner, Na
val Militia, 96.
Philadelphia 5, Detroit 2.
DETROIT. Aug. 20. Philadelphia to-
dav widened the gap between first
place and Cleveland Dy defeating uo
trolt 6 to 2 while the Naps were Idle.
rally in the seventh, when four runs
were scored, gave Philadelphia the
game and Incidentally broke up a warm
pitchers' battle between Dauss and
Brown. In the eighth Inning (.odd
doubled, stole second and continued
home when Schang's low throw escaped
to.ii.i.'.s, . I Detroit
E.M'ro'y.r 4 8 11 OBush.s... 1 0 2 8 1
Caldwell, p 3 0 0 5 0! All lion, p.
Wolter.. 1 0 O 00
Totals. 31 4 24 12 21 Totals.
Balted for Zeldsr In ninth.
New York O0OO00O1 01
6t. Louis 0O0O11O0 2
Runs Sweeney. Austin, etovall. Sacrifice
hits Johnston. Pratt, Austin. Stolen bases
Ctm. As-new. Sweeney. Malsel. Double
lays Agnew to Bslentl; Pecklnpaugh to
Lnirht to Zelder to Caldwsll; Peckinuaogh
to Zelder. Left on bases Louis 6, New
York 6. First on balls utl Allison a. on
Caldwell 1. Struck out By Caldwell 5. by
Allison 8. Time 1:50. Umpires Mcureevy
New York ! St. Louis
B H O A El li It UAH.
110 1 OlShotton.m. 2 1 1 0 0
2 0 1 0 0 Austin. J... 2
4 0 S 0 0 Pratt.2. ...
1 1 0 0 0!Wllilsms,r.
4 11 0'Balentl.s..
4 0 2 2 1 Stovall.l. .
2 1 11 1 l'Johnston.L
4 0 12 llMcAl'ter.o.
0 0 0 0 0 Wollman.p
DOXIXQ in America is not the ad
LM vanced game, in many respects,
that It Is in Europe. In America,
when a woman sits at the ringside.
everybody turns around and asks his
neighbor: ho s the cnicKenr- in
Europe It causes no more than the or
dinary remarks relative to ue clothes
the woman may ne wearing.
Our city's namesake over in Maine
is Just a little bit more torrid country
for umoires than was thought possible
The "umps" called the Portland team
out in a double, which resulted in the
score being 4 to 3 in favor of Lawrence,
another team of the New England
League. He was stoned and clubbed
and had to have a heavy escort ot blue
coats to get to his hotel.
-Doc" Shaw, the terrorist fan in the
Northwestern Baseball League, is dead.
No more will timid players enter the
Seattle field fearing each moment to
hear the greatest single-throated rooter
on earth. His death occurred last weea
In Seattle. '
Ad Wolgast now is ready to admit
that it was his hatred for Willie
Ritchie which made him lose that fight.
Through it all, he had but one Idea, to
put Ritchie so far Into oblivion that
be never would t able to "come
Cook.m. . .
Total.. 2 2ias Total.. IS 7 27 1(0
Battd for Zelder In ninth.
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 "0
St. Louis 2 0 4 0 0 0 1 7
Runs Shotton 2. Austin S. Pratt. Wil
liams. Stovall. Two-base hit Pratt 2, Hart
sell. McConnelL Hits Off Fisher 1. none
out In first Inning; off McConnell. 0 in 1
Innings. 8tolan bas-s Mslsel. Williams. Hto-
van. frattt onotton. Aicjiecnnie. uouoie
plays Austin to Pratt to Stovall; Pratt to
Balentl to StovalL Left on bases St. Louis
3. New York S. First base on balls Off
Fisher 2. off wetlman (, oft McConnell 2.
Hit by Ditcher By McConnell. Pratt. Struck
out By MoConnell 2. by Wlelman 5. Wild
pitch Wlelman. Time 1:40. Umpires Mc-
ureevy ana lnnony.
Chicago 1, Boston 0.
CHICAGO, Aug. 20. Chicago made a
clean sweep of the series with the Bos
ton world's champions today by defeat
ing the visitors 1 to' 0 in the last ap
pearance of the Eastern club in Chi
cago. The game was a pitchers' duel
between Jim Scott and Fred Anderson,
the Brockton, Mass.. recruit. During
the present series the world's cham
pions were) able to make but one run.
Boston I Chicago
B H O A El BHOAE
Rooper.r. 4 1 0 0 0;rhappelle,l 2 0 8 00
v 12 j v tierger.a. x l z ev
1 2 0 0!Lord.3... 8 0 1 00
0 1 0 OJChase.l... 3 0 00
1 0 SOBodle.r... 8. 1 8 O 0
0 1 2 0iRsusch,m 3 0 2 00
O 4 8 0 Kuhn,c... 8 0 5 20
0 3 8 llweaver.s. 8 12 4 0
Scott, p.. . s i v 3 1
Walsh, 1.. 3
Bender. p 0
18 2 0 Bauman.2 8 1 6 4 1
011 O Crawf d.r. 42100
12 1 OCobb.m.. 4 2 2 O 0
ATI O'Veach.l.. 41200
1 2 OOTutWler.l 4 0 11 2 0
o 1 O Mt-Kee.c. 4 0 3 2 1
18 0 Oiilorlarty.S 4 2 0 1 0
13 1 1 ntLUBj.D.. 3 10 2 1
1 O 3 l'.Hlgh 1 1 O 0 0
O O O 01
Totala 34 27 10 8' Totals. 82 10 27 14 4
Ratted for Dauss in ninth.
Philadelphia ?S2J?J? 5 5
Detroit " wvw
c- ni,ii-nnv- Ftrunk. WSIsn z.
Schang. Bush. Cobb. Two-base hits Mur
ihr Srham. Cobb. Hits Off Brown. 10
in c innini, none out in ninth: off Bender,
none In 1 innlnr. Sacrifice hits Bauman
? ttu.h WAlnh. Oldrlnr. Stolen basei
f)Wrin Bush. Cobb Z Walsh. Double
Dlays Murphy to Schang: Baker to Mcln
.i. i -fr n hiui Philadelphia 8. De
troit ft. First on balls Off Brown 8. off
Dauss 3. Hit by pitcher By Dauss
ischang). Struck out By Brown 2. by
Dauss 3. Time 2:04. Umpires O'Loug-
Un and Sheridan.
St. Louis 2-7. Xew York 1-0
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 20. Superior pitch
ing, base running and fielding enabled
the home team to defeat New Tork to-
dav in both tames of a double-header.
and thereby atav In seventh place in
the standing? of the league. The first
game was a pitchers' battle between
Mack Allison and Ray Caldwell, with
the former having the advantage, score
2 to 1. Score: "
First game , .
New York St. Louis .
Malsel.2.. 4 2 2 1 0 Shotton jn. 4 2 O 0 0
Cook.m... 2 0 0 0 1 Austin. S... 2 14 40
Cree.l 4 12 O 0 Pratt.2.. . . 3 1 O SO
Hartiell.r. 4 0 0 0 0: Wllllams.r 4 0 101
tli'h a flj SO Ranll I.. 3 13 5 1
Knlght.2. 4 O 1 1. Stovall.l.. 3 115 00
Zelder.l.. 8 0 10 O ' JohnstonJ. 2 1 3 00
2 1. OlAgnew. 8 18 10
9 1 1 0 101
: 4 24 nil
0 4 5 0
1 It 1 0
1 O 0 0
0 10 0
Hall.p. . . O
0 0 0 0
0 0 10
Totalis. 25 4 27 12 1
Batted for Anderson in eighth.
Boston O 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0
Chicago V v u u l o o 1
Run Weaver. Three-base hits Weaver.
Bodte. Hits off Anderson. 4 In 7 innings;
off Hall, none in i. sacrince nit Lewis, sac
rlflce fly Berger. Left on bases Chicago
2 Boston 4. First base on balls off An
derson 1: Scott 3. Struck out By Scott 5.
by Anderson 2, by Hall 1. Time 1:50. Um
pires .agan ana uineen.
Chclialis Men Complete Canoe Trip,
CHEHALIS, Wash., Aug. 20. (Spe
cial.) Joe Dugaw and Joe Powers, two
Chehalls young men, made a trip by
canoe down the Chehalis River to
Grays Harbor this week, arriving
Aberdeen yesterday. They will ship
the canoe and return by rail.
PASTOR TO TELL OF TRIP
Rev. Alfred Bates Asked to Speak on
Rev. Alfred Bates, pastor of the Oak
Point (Wash.) Methodist Episcopal
Church, has been asked to lecture next
Saturday ' evening at Goble Creek,
Wash. His subject will be "My Trip to
Yellowstone Park." His address will
be illustrated with about 100 stereoptl
At the social given at Oak Point
last Saturday evening a total of $33.45
was realised for the benefit of the
LAND FOR COLONY SOUGHT
Agent for Scandinavians Will Visit
EUGENE, Or Aug. 20. (Special.)
With the intention of purchasing 10,
000 acres of land on which to locate
a Scandinavian colony of something
over 100 families. O. H. Sooth elm, of
the Great Western Land Company, will
leave in a few days for the Coast. He
declares he has been unable to find
sufficient land in one tract in the Wil
The party will be assembled In the
Middle West, and will be composed al
most entirely of Norwegians.
A colony of between 300 and 400
Scandinavians Is said to be cn route to
settle on a tract of land . at Meadow
View, comprising 1000 acre
CHICAGO. Aug. 20. (SpecialsOre
gon Kid was favored with a reverssl of
the hard luck experienced in Tuesday's
races and the 20-footer was piloted to
victory In the 82-foot class by Harry
Groat in the United States champion
ship races. Baby Reliance suffered mo
tor trouble on the fifth lap, the same
place where the Kid was put out the
day before, and forced to abandon a
hard- stern chase.
The winner hopped across the finish
line in 18:34 for the 12 miles and was
followed by the Van Blerck in 23.05 2-5.
with the Hydro Bullet third, in 27:31.
The last named craft didnot get under
way until the victor bad done three
Fast Time la Made.
The iav's races brought out the sec
ond fastest time of the "carnival, the
Oregon Kid turning 12 miles In a pre
liminary heat in 17:22 or at the rate of
41.4 miles an hour. Adam Weckler"s
Barnacle was disabled by motor trouble
on the rirst stretcn or tne initial iup.
Kitty Hawk V led the Oregon Kid all
the way to the fifth lap in the third
preliminary heat, but was caught In a
swell while rounding tne soutneasi
buoy and in attempting to regain its
course the driver. Freeman Monroe,
was compelled to foul the stake.
Four boats the Oregon ttld. ot rorr-
land: Babv Reliance, of Brooklyn; Hy
dro Bullet, of Elkhorn, Wis., and the
Van Blerck Qualified ror xne nnai
The Hvdro Bullet did not win a heat,
hut was nlaced In the title race be
cause of her time In the previous heats
and the disqualification oi H-ltty
Two-Boat Race From Start.
From the start it developed Into
two-boat race, the Kid leading and the
Babv in hot Dursult. At the finish of
the first lap there were dui z i-o sec
ond between them, wltn tne vii
bouncing like a chip In a gale. The
Kid's time for the first two miles was
2:52 3-5. The Van Blerck dragged, a
poor third, but her driver was out for
third money and realized that unless
an accident halted either of the two
leaders there was nothing better in
sight. He was plugging along a lap
behind the sizzling leaders, when the
Hydro Bullet slipped out from behind
the judges' float and started down the
course. The starter Tecognizea it, per-
itting it to start three laps behind.
and this served to enliven the race for
third ri lace-
Baby Reliance was running nara in
the fourth lap when her steering gear
went wrong. Aa the craft snot past
the stand. Wallie Bugh could be seen
struggling with the wheel and at the
south end of the course ne was uname
to turn. This tave the Oregon Kid a
great lead, and, after the Reliance had
been taken In tow, it was found that
It had dropped Us rudder.
The fastest lap today was made In
2:49 8-5 by the Oregon Kid.
ACCIDENTS NOT UNEXPECTED
Engines in Oregon Kid Xot Over
hauled Since Western Regattas.
Engine trouble, the same phase of it
which kept the Oregon Kid frqm win
ning the Pacific Coast free-for-all one
year before It did, was the reason for
the boat's losing the 20-foot Na
tional title and an explosion put It out
of the running in the 26-foot champion
ship at the Grant Park water carni
val. This is revealed in a telegram re
ceived by C V. Cooper, owner of the
Van Blerck, the boat which placed
second in the 2S-foot race.
The Oregon Kd took second In the
20-foot race Monday, losing" because
a bearing did not stand the strain.
Tuesday the boat blew off a cylinder
head and that put it out of the ques
tion in the 26-foot race.
The Oregon Kid engine formerly ran
the Vamoose, when that boat lost the
free-for-all to .ue Oregon Wolf In 1912
The Van Blerck, on the other hand,
sprung a surprise, kept going and came
In second In the Tuesday race. It
should win some prize money after de
feating such boats aa the Kitty Kawk
and Reliances. The Speed Demon Re
liance, the last of that series tbok the
Before the Chicago meet Is ended it
Is probable that Western boats will
take away several honors.
E. Groat, a brother to Harry Groat,
nllot of the Oregon Kid, was much
worried before the races and when the
news of the trouble arrived, he was
not greatly surprised, for the craft had
been through both the Astoria and
Pua-et Sound regattas without retouch
Inav and two such sieges usually bring
the best engine back to the factory for
The Portland Independents and the
Modern Maccabees have merged and
will finish the season as the Portland
Independents. The old battery. Tovra
and Messenger, will do tne heavy worst
for the new team, 'in is team is wnn
out a game lor ounaay snu ujr ujbu
ager wanting to arrange a game call
Nal Miller. 334 Fifth street. Marshall
5588. The new lineup will be: R. Jones,
first base; Romaine. second; Mumiora,
third; T. Jones, short; Scott. Miller and
Willet In the outer gardens.
The Honey man nine and the Bradford
team will soon start a tive-game series
to settle the champlonsmp oi tne city.
Roth teams have a strong lineup and
good games can b expected when they
The O.-W. R. N. team downed th
Crane Company nine Saturday, i to
n,, the Sellwood diamond. R. Cham
berlain and D. Chamberlain worked for
the winners, with James and Heaves on
the opposition. .
The second smoker of the Newsboys
Association will be staged In the club
rooms August 28. Eight fast bouts are
on the programme, five between news
boys and the other three between fast
local amateurs- lr.e last oout win ne i
battle royal, with the newsboys as th
narticinants. The main bout will be tn
Hi Short-,"Battling" Gordon return
match. Short was knocked out at th
Willis O'Brien and Irving Nlles, wh
left Columbia University for Canada,
have returned to school and will be seen
In action on the gridiron this Iran,
e e e
The St. Johns' baseball nine suc
cumbed to the Blue Bells, of Portland,
Sunday. IT to 4, on tne Bt. Johna
diamond. Wick, twirling tot the win
ners. sJlowed but three scattered bits,
while Weaver, for St. Johns, was
touched up for IS. Metzger caught for
the Portland boys.
St. Mary's team walloped the Archer
Wiggins Weonas Sunday. 1 to 0, on
the Fulton grounds. Hughes and
Thlrian for the winners were opposed
by SchWsrts and Fleltlnger. Hughes
twirled gilt-edge ball, allowing but two
The Meier & Frank Pawnees won an
Interesting 2-to-l game Sunday from
the United States Laundry. But seven
blngles were registered throughout the
game, four for the winners and three
for the laundry team. The only score
of the laundry boys was a home run by
Catcher McBride. The Pawnees llned
up as follows: Otto, second base;
Grler. third; Morgan, catcher: Coon.
hort: MascotU left: Loser, pltcner;
Stockdale, first: , Carlson, right; Grler.
center. The U. S. Laundry lineup: Dris-
coll. left: Russell, third: MOBrtae,
catcher: Ferris, second; Canfleld, first;
Cllne, short; Fred, center; Alspaugh,
ight field, and Kelly, pitcher.
The opening game of the new Archer-
Wiggins league between the Lents
Giants and the Beaverton squad re-
ulted in the Beaverton teams defeat
SunBay, 14 to 0. Webb and Shea
orked for the Giants with Scott, Akin.
Hardy and Howell in the points for the)
Bv defeating the South Mount Tabor
playground ball team 8 to S, the Braok-
n team is in line for the cnampion-
hln of the city- The Brooklyn team
s champion of section three, and its
next game with Columbia Park will
decide the championship of the East
Side. O. Johnson and Lester Heca
man formed the battery for the Brook-
yn team, opposed by pritnard ana
Thompson. Playground Instructors
Beach and Bradford did the- umpiring.
SVRBLEHEAQ. Mass. The American
iVlsonder yachts which will meet the
three German challengers for the Pres
ident Wilson and Governor Foss cups
ext month have been finally picked.
The American fleet will consist of the
Sprig, owned by John L. Saltonstall;
the Ellen, owned by Charles f. uurtis.
and the Cima, owned by Guy Lowell-
Cherbourg. Louis Telller, the
French golf professional, has sailed for
New York to compete in the National
open golf championship at Brooklyn.
Seattle. Outfielder Martini, who was
given a 10 days' tryout by the Seattle
Northwestern League club, has been
sent back to the Walla Walla Trl-State
League team, and Pitcher Mclvor, who
was sent to Walla walla as part pay-
ent on Martini, will return to Seattle.
Martini is a fast fielder and a fairly
eood hitter, but he was considered too
nexperlenced lor use wnn tne aeatue
club, which has been losing so many
games recently that experienced play
ers are needed to strengthen the team-
Cincinnati. Mike Schreck was com
pelled to quit at the end of the thir
teenth round of a scheduled 15-round
match hero with Dick Gilbert. Both
are local heavyweights.
Goshen. N. T. Uhlan, owned by C.
K. G. Billings, failed In his attempt to
better 2:02, his best mark, ami tne
world's record for a half mile track.
at the opening of the light harness
meet here, .tils time at tne iinisa was
Chicago. Pitcher Frank Xange and
Outfielder Walter Mattick. of the local
American League club, have been
traded to the Kansas City club of the
American Assoclationfor Shortstop Bre
ton. The trade becomes effective at
Oakland. Cal. "Buck" O'Brien, for
mer member of the pitching staff of
the Boston Red Sox, Has been signed
by the Oakland club of the Pacific
Coast League. O'Brien was bought by
the Chicajto Americans about a month
ago, and it was from tnat ciud tne lo
cal management secured him. Ha will
report here Immediately.
Telegraphic Sporting Briefs
For the man
" his health
, Muriel is a skillful
blending of rare
ously mild, remarkably fragrant.
. When you smoke Muriel no brain
pinch, nocluttered tongue, no filed
Start anrj end
the day with
M U R I EL
drug Importer, and his wife are at the
8. M. Stone, a Hartford, Conn, In
surance man, is at the Portland.
Arthur R. Priest, a theatrical man
from Seattle, is at the Imperial.
Frank Rajotte. a railroad contractor
from Centralia, Wash., is registered at
William J. Seroy, a life Insurance man
from San Francisco, is at the Multnomah.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lazear and Mr.
A. J. Mekaleck, of Seattle, Is at the
Fred H. Stone, of Eugene, Is at the
Mrs. A. Smith, of Chicago. Is at the
J. C. Moreland, of Salem, is at the
J. E. Jenkins, of Fossil, Or, is at
Mrs. C. Nolan, of Oregon City, la at
Mrs. I. Gowen, of Ottawa, IIL, la at
W. E. Phelan. of Miles City, Or, la
at the Carlton.
J. J. Ward and wife, of Hood River,
are at the Cornelius.
E. 8. Brooks. Tono. Wash, lumber
man, is at the Oregon.
Mrs. A. B. Caspersln, of Walla Walla,
Wash, is at the Annex.
Stephen Tobln and wife, of Casper,
w yo, are at tne Oregon.
Russell Hawkins, a Tillamook lum
berman, is at the Portland.
C. W. Darly, a business man of Log
Angeles. Is at the Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmle Bliss, of Bos
ton, are at the Cornelius.
Frank Waite. a banker from Rnther-
lin. Or, in at the Imperial.
J. S. Alrheart, an auto dealer from
Eugene, la at the Imperial.
Judge B. S. Ashbaugh, of 'Washing
ton, u. c, is at tne Portland.
J. Kullman, a tanner from Benlcla.
Cal, la at the Multnomah.
Frank E. Allen, a Roseburg. Or.
horseman. Is at the ImperiaL
Charles E. Dodd, a San Francisco
no matter whether your
business be large or small
It puts a larger territory at
your disposal at a lower cost
of doing business.
The White Company
K. W. Hill. Mrr,
89 BROAD WAT,
In the business district for
The Mild Havana Blend
The Hart Cigar Co., Distributors, Portland
and Mrs. R. B. Mellon, of Pittsburg,
are making a motor tour of the Coast
and are staying at the Multnomah.
W. J. Cantonim, wife and daughter,
of Walla Walla, Wash, are at the
F. McD. Quini with a party of 120
tourists from the Pennsylvania Rail
road, are at the Portland.
Regardless of the kind of skirt she
patronises, a girl always has a pretty
figure if it is like this: I. .
Ranington-UMC in the Box with the Red Ball
A CENSUS of Revolver and Pistol Ex
perts will show that the majority use
Remington -UMC cartridges for
prompt ignition, uniform and sure; and
accuracy demonstrated by world's records.
World's Indoor' Fifty-SKot Pistol Record teld
by George Armstrong ... acore 482 ex 500
World's Indoor Twenty-Five Shot Pistol Record
held by George Armstrong . score 244 ex 250
World's Seventy-Five Shot Rapid Fire Record
held by A-P. Lane .... score 605 ex 750
World's Outdoor Pocket Revolver Record held
by A. P. Lane . score 2 1 I ex 250
- World's Grand Aggregate Individual Record
held by A. P. Lane ....... score 1236
World's Military Record held by Samuel
Peterson ......... score 215 ex 250
. Can your dealer give you the Remington-UMC ammu
nition you ought to have ? For every standard mae of
arm and the box bears the Red
Ball mark. Look for it
Remington Arms-Union Metallic
299 Broadway J Naw Ysrk