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Western amateur championship golf
tournament, to be held at Cleveland
July 19-24. closed tonight with 153
players listed. Among the competitors
who have sprung into prominence re
cently is Harry K. B. Davis, of the
Presidio Golf Club, San Francisco, ex
Oregon champion. wh"6 last Spring won
the Panama-Pacific Exposition tourna
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TITE MORNING O REG ONI AN. WEDNESDAY. JUXY 14. 1915.
Victory Over St. Louis While
Giants Beat Cubs Causes
Shakeup in Standing.
REDS CHECK SUPERBAS
Braves Ixse First Game to Pirates,
but Even Things In Second.
Xew York Makes Great Uphill
Fight and Kally In Ninth.
PHILADELPHIA".-July 13. By win
ning today's game from St. Louis, 8
to 0, while Chicago was being defeated
by New York, Philadelphia today went
into first place in the National League
race. The home team hit the deliveries
of Griner and Niehaus hard, while
Alexander kept the six safeties of his
opponents scattered. No St- Louis run
ner got past second base, and only
two got that far. Score:
6a. Louis I Philadelphia
Lonff.r. . -Bcher.L
B h oak;
2 o:Byrne,3 . . .
0 0 ! Bancroft.
1 0 Paskert.l..
2 0 Cravath.r..
0 0 Whltted.m
3 0 Luderus.l.
1 O Adams.c...
1 0 Alex'nd'r.p
3 10 4 0
Totals. 31 C 24 13 li Totals.. 32 14 27 IS 0
Pt. Louis 0 0 OO 9 0 OO 0 0
Philadelphia 1 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 8
Run. Byrne, Bancroft, Paskert, Cravath
J. Nlehoff, Whltted, Luderus. Two-base hlta.
Becker, Niehoff. Hom run. Bancroft.
Earned rum, Philadelphia 8. Base on balls.
Off Griner 1. Xlehaus 2, Alexander 1. Hits,
off Griner 9 In & Innings. Xiehaus S In 3
Innings. Struck out, by Griner 4, Alexander
I. Umpires, Klem and CockrelL
Cincinnati 5, Brooklyn 1.
BROOKLYN, July 13. Cincinnati
broke Brooklyn's winning streak to
day, winning a pitchers' battle between
Schneider and Pfeffer by S to 1. The
Brooklyn defense went to smash at ar
critical period, errors helping the Reds
to most of their runs. Groh's triple
and Wheat's error scored the first run,
and four hits, with a wild throw by
Miller, gave the visitors three runs in
the third. The Superbas' lone run
was scored by Cutshaw on two hits,
an out and a sacrifice fly by Miller.
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Runs. Rodgers. Herzog. Killifer. Groh.
Schneider, Cutshaw. Two-base hits. Rodgers.
' Herzof. Three-base hit. Groh. Stolen base,
Killifer. Earned runs. Cincinnati 3, Brook
lyn 1. Double play, Cutshaw to Daubert.
First base on errors, Cincinnati 1. Bases on
halls, off Schneider 1. Pfeffer 3. Struck out
by Schneider 4, Pfeffer 3. Umpires, Quigley
it! I Brooklyn
B H O AEl B H O AE
5 11 2 OMvenm. .. 4 12 00
4 2 3 3 0WMara,a... 4 0 2 2 0
.4 1 4 0 0 Daubert.l.. 41810
3 13 0 OISVheat.1. . . 3 0 r 0 1
4 2 1 0 OHutshaw.2. 4 13 3 1
3 1 2 0 0!3tengel,r.. 4 1 0 l 0
3 O 2 0 l ;etz.3 4 0 180
4 0 10 1 ulMiller.c. .. 2 15 21
i 4 1 1 5 OiPfeffer.p. . 3 1100
34 9 27 1101 Totals.. 32 6 27 113
0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 5
Xew York 4, Chicago 3.
NEW YORK. July - 13. New York
won an uphill fight against the Chi
cago Nationals and pulled the Cubs
out of the lead by beating them, 4
to 3. The Giants made only three hits
off Humphries until the eighth inning.
when, they reduced a three-run lead
to one run. In the ninth Inning the
visitors faltered badly, and, with bases
full, Brainard. a pinch hitter, drove
in two runs, winning the game. Dooin,
.of New York, was ordered off the field
for protesting a decision. Score:
Chicago New York
Good.r... 6 11 OOBums.I 3 10 00
Kisher.s.. 4 11 3 0 Rob'tson.r. 4 10
Shnlt. 1 2 10 n D nor U 4 rt
ZimVan 3 2 1 4 0 Fletcher.s.
t-aler.l 4 O 13 lOMerkle.l..
Wirms.ro. 4 2 2 0 O Lobert.3.. .
Phelan.3. 2 O 0 6 1 Snodg-'ss.ra
Archer.c 4 1 0 OiOooin.c. . .
Bump'ec.p 4 11 2 1 Meyrs.c.
HXER GOES TO CHARLESTON"
Steamer Xevadan May Be Routed
Direct From Portland. '
With only two steamers provided for
by the American-Hawaiian line to
leave here in August, prospects are
britrht for the steamer Nevadan to be
dispatched direct from Portland for
Charleston, and It will be the first of
the fleet to make the run from this
harbor without touching California
porta. The Ohioan, of that company, is
scheduled to leave New York July 28.
and arrive here August 24, and she will
continue to Puget Sound to discharge
and reload for the return."
It was said yesterday by C. I. Ken
nedy, Portland agent, that Portland
will be the northern terminus for the
Nevadan when she arrives August 14.
as orders have been received to turn
her back from here for Charleston and
New York. For that reason, it is un
derstood a strong effort will be made
to load a full cargo, es trie trip will
mark the resumption of the Charles
ton service, which was temporarily
discontinued early in the year when
seasonable shipments ceased.
WHITE SOX WIN EASILY
ATHLETICS BLAXKED TIGERS A.U
RED SOX EACH DIVIDE.
Cleveland Take One ef Two From Bos
ton and Yanka Do Same at Detroit.
Browns Win and Lose.
CHICAGO, July 13 Only 30 Athletics
faced Pitcher Scott today, while the
Chicago Americans pounded out seven
runs in the first two innings off Crowell
and won 7 to 0. Three double plays
by the White Sox' infield wrecked the
Philadelphia openings up to the sev
enth, when Lajoie's two-base hit and
Mclnnis' single put two Athletics on
the lines for the only time in the game.
Scott fanned the three pinch hitters
Mack sent up. Knowlson, who worked
the last six innings for Philadelphia,
allowed only two hits. Score:
a 11 DAE B H OA E
Lapp.c. . .
Mc A voy.c
Kopf.s. . .
lavles. . .
0 u Lelbold.m.. 1
1 0 Weaver,.. 4
HOB. collius 2 4
2 0 Kouraier.I 2
2 1,J. coillns.r 3
0 I Felsch.l. . 4
2 O.ijchaik.c. . 3
3 0,Ulack'ne,3 3
0 0, Scott, p. . . 3
Totals.. 29 3 24 15 2' Totals. .2 9 27
-Halted ror Crowe. l in third.
Hatted ror McAvoy in eighth.
Batted for Knowlson In nlaih.
Philadelphia '. .0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0
Chicago 2 5 0 0 O 0 0 0 x 7
Runs, Lelbold 2, Weaver, E. Collins, Felsch.
SchalK, BLackburne. Two-base fells, BlacK
burne. Lajole. Stolen base, E. Collins.
Earned runs, Chicago 3. Iuuble plays. K.
Collins to Weaver to Fournler: Weaver to
Fournler; Blackburne to E. Collins to- Kour.
nler; Strunk to Crowell to Lapp to Kopf.
First base on errors, Chicago 2. Bases on
balls, off Scott. 1; Crowell, 1; Knowlson, 1.
HUs. off Crowell 7 In 2 Innings; Knowl
son 2 In 0 innings. Struck out. by Scott 6;
Knowlson 2. Umpires, Connolly and Wal
Washington 3-5, St. Louis 2-3.
ST. LOUIS, July 13. Boehling won
the first game of a double-header for
his team from the St. Louis Americans
today, score 3 to 2. Then Walter John
son fought a losing pitchers' duel with
Weilman and the Washlngtonlans were
shut out. The visitors scored the win
ning run of the first game in the eighth
inning, after St. Louis tied the score
n the seventh. In the second game the
locals earned two of their three runs
on three successive singles and Moeller's
error in the seventh inning. Scores:
Washington St. Louis
MM UAt BHOAE
i 4 i u snotton.r..
3 o Austin.3...
1 0 Slsler.l
0 0 Pratt.2 .
0 0 Walsh, m...
4 0 Leary. 1
0 0 Lavan, s. . .
1 0 Seveneid.c.
2 0 James. p. . .
lAgnew. . .
Totals. 33 25 16 2 Totals.. 34 7 27 14 2
One out when winning run scored;
batted for Marquard In eighth; tbatted
for Ritter in ninth.
Chicago 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 3
New York 00000002 2 4
Runs, Fisher. Saier, Williams, Burns. Mer
kle, Lobert, Grant. Two-base hits. Dooin,
Williams 2. Lobert 2. Stolen bases, Zim
merman; Burns, Robertson. Earned runs,
Chicago 3, New York 2. First base on errors.
Chicago 1, New York 1. Base on balls, off
Marquard 2. Humphries 1. Hits, off Mar
quard 7 in 8 innings, Ritter 1 in 1 inning.
Struck out, by Marquard 5, Ritter 2, Hum
phries 4. Umpires. Byron and Eason.
Pittsburg 3-5, Boston 1-7.
BOSTON, July 13. Pittsburg took
the first game of today's double
header, 3 to 1, and the Boston Na
tionals the second, 7 to 6. Pittsburg's
victory was won in the eighth, when
Boston bunched three errors, and these
were followed by a sacrifice hit, a sac
rifice fly and a single.
Boston had a big lead when the
ninth inning of the second game be
gan, Davis having held Pittsburg to
two singles up to that time. The
pitcher then relaxed, and a bunch of
hits gave the visitors five runs. Score:
a 1 U Ab!
Carey. 1 4
Collins, m. 3
Wagner j. 4
Viox.2. ... 3
0 0 Moran.r. . .
0 0 Kltzp k.2..
o Magee.m. .
7 0 Smith. 3. . .
O o Gowdy.c. .
0 0' Raxan.n. .
3 0 10 1
4 12 4 0
4 0 4 0 0
3 0 10 0
4 0 I) 0 2
3 10 3 0
3 0 4 4 0
2 0 5 1 0
2 0 0 0 0
0 O O o 0
1 0 0 0 0
Totals. .29 2 2 12 3
Totals. .31 5 27 13 11
Vinx out. hit by batted ball,
for Ragan in eighth.
Pittsburg 00000003 0 3
Boston ' 00000001 0 )
nuns, carey. coinns. jonnsxon. scnmiflt.
Two-base hit. Wagner. Double play. Wagner
to Viuz to jonnsion. rirsi oase on errors.
Pittsburg 2, Boston 1. Bases on balls, off
Kant.ehner 3. oft Kauan d. ort Mushes 1
Hits, off Racan 5 in b innings, off Hughes
none in' 1 Inning. Struck out. by Kantleh-
zier 4. by Ragan 3, by Hughes 1. Umpires.
zilgler and wart.
B H OAE' B H OAE
Carey.l... 4 0 1 10 Moran.r 4 0 2 00
c:ilns.m 5 12 o l:t:vers.2 4 1141
.lobiisn.l 5 1 11 0 1Connolly.l 3 0 1 00
Hinch'n.r 4 12 OO Magee.m.. 3 8 4 00
Wagner.s. 3 12 4 U SchmldLl 3 1 9 O 1
Viox.s 4 2 4 60;.Smlth.3.. 3 11 20
Balrd.3.. 2 0 1 1 Maran'e.a 4 2 3 2
Pchang.c. 4 12 0 1 dowdy. c. 4 1 0 0O
Harmun.p 3 O 0 3 1 Davis, p. . . 3 I O 0 0
Costello. 110 0 O.liughes.p. 0 O O 0 0
Totals.. 35 8 M 15 5 Totals. 8110 27 8 3
Batted for Harmon m ninth,
Pittsburg 0 0 O 0 O 0 1 0 5
Boston 1 O 0 1 0 1 0 3 x 7
Runs. Corey, Hinchman 2, Wagner, iox
Costeilo. Evors, Connolly, Magee 2, Smith
Maranrille 2. Two-base hits. Warner. Cos.
tello. Horns run, Maranville. Stolen bases,
Evers Maieee. Moran. Smith. Costeilo.
rey. Collins. Double plays. Wagner to Vlox
to Johnston; Wagner to Johnston; Marsnville
to Evers to hchmiat. First base on errors,
Pittsburg 1: Boston 1. Bses on halls. Har
mon 8; Davis 4. Hltts off Davis 8 in 8 2-3
innings; Hughes, none in 1-3 Innings. Struck
out. by Harmon 2; Davis 5. Umpires. Rig-
ler and Hart.
15$ Enter Western Golf Tonrney
CHICAGO. July 13. Entries for the
Milan. m. .
Totals. 29 10 27 12 0, Totals.. 31 7 17 211
Batted for James In fifth t batted for
Ferryman In seventh: tbatted for Levtrmz
Washington 00011001 o 1
St. Louis 1 0 O 0 0 O 1 0 0 2
Runs. Moeller. Foter. Milan. Sls'er Inr.
Two-base hits, Foster, McBrlde. Stolen base,
Milan. Doublo plays, Leary to Lavan: James
to Lavan to Leary; Moeller to McBrlde. First
bse on errors. Washington 1. Base oa balls,
off Boehling 4, James 2. Levepenx 2. . Hlua.
off James 7 In 5 innings. Perryman 1 in
Leverenx 2 In 2. Struck out. by iioehllnc 4.
James 1. Perryman 2, Leverenx L Umpires,
Chill and Evans. ,
Washington 1 St. Louis
li 11 O AEl
Moeller.r.. 4 110 lhotton.r..
4 o Udtln.3. ..
0 0 Staler, 1. . . .
0 0:Pratt.2 .
0 IWalsh.m. .
2 D Uvan.i. . .
4 O Agnew.o. .
B H O AE
Barry, Carrlgan. Leonard. Earned runs.
Cleveland 4. Two-bin hits. Wambsgansa,
liarry. Hits, off Mays. 7 in 4; Leonard, 4
4 1-3: Mttcnei:. 4 in r 1-3; Jones. 2 in
2-3: Morton, none In 1. Bases on balls.
off Mitchell 4. Jones 1, Leonard 2. Hit by
pitcher, bv Leonard, J:artare. struck out.
by Mitchell 2, Jones 2. Morton 1. Mays 3.
Leonard 2. First base on errors, Cleveland 1.
Boston 1. Umpires, pinen ana Tallin.
Detroit S-8, Xew York 2-10.
DETROIT. July 13. New Tork and
Detroit Americans won and lost today.
the Tigers taking the first game J to J
and the Tankeea the second 10 to 8.
Coveleskie was In fine form in the first
contest, allowing only four hits, two of
these, combined with two errors in the
eighth Inning, giving the visitors their
two scores. In the second inning of
this game. Crawford, first up. tripled
on the first bitch, and Vetch hit the
first ball delivered to him for a homer.
Five Detroit pitchers were used In the
second game, and Lauss was the least
effective. The Tigers got away with a
good lead, but New York tied it up and
won out in the seventh on three singles.
a double, a three-bagger and a sacrifice
New ork 1 Detroit
Milan. m. .
Totals. 30 4 24 1121 Totals.. 27 4 27 0
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o
St. Louis 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 8
Runs. Pratt. Walsh. Arnew. Two.hkM
hit, Moeller. Earned runs. St. Louis 2. First
base on errors, tot. Louts 1. lilt by pitcher.
Agnew. Struck put. Johnson 5, Weilman 6.
Umpires. Kvaus and Chill.
Boston 7-5, Cleveland 3-6.
CLEVELAND, July 13. Cleveland and
Boston Americans divided a double-
header today, Boston taking the first
7 to 3, Cleveland the second S to S.
Errors allowed Boston's victory, while
Chapman s single. Graney s sacrifice and
K.irke'8 single accounted for Cleveland's
winning tally. Wild throws by Mitchell
gave Boston its five runa in the second
B H OAE
f 0 8 0 u
B H OAE'
Sworth.m 4 11 v OiHoeper.r. .
Chap'n.s. 4 1 2 2 2JanvTin,s.
Graney, 1. . 4 1 4 0 0 Speaker.m
Kltke.l... 4 111 UH.ualncr.l..
m Ith.r.. 4 2 0 OOJewis.I
Barbare.3. 3 O 2 3 0 Gardner. 3.
W ganss.2 4 13 3 H Barry. 2...
O'Neill. p. 4 1 2 3 0,1'homas.c.
waiaer.p. o v a z 1 tiutn.p ...
Ham'ond 1 0 0 0 0,
Totals. 32 8 27 13 3, Totals .33 7 27 14 1
-Batted lor liaroart in ninth.
Cleveland O O 2 O 0 0 O 0 3
Boston 0 2-0 0 2 OO 0 3 7
Runs, Pouthworth, Chspman. O'Neill, Jsn
vrin. Speaker, Gainer. Barry, Thomas. Ruth
Two-base hit. Kirke. Home run. Chapman.
uases on balls, oil wa.aer 4. Hit by pitch
tr. by Ruth. Walter. Struck out. Walker 1;
Ruth 1. First base on error. Cleveland 1,
Boston 3. Umpires Naliin and Dlneea.
Cleveland I Boston
South th.m 5 2 1 t o.Hooper.r.. 52200
Chapman, s 311-1 Javrin.s... 5 13 11
Graney,!.. 4 12 v O Speaker.m. 2 2 O 0
Klrke.l... 5 110 0 0 Gainer, 1 .. . 4 1 9 00
mitn.r. . . 2 w "iiwu.t. . . 4 tr o 1 1
Parbare.3. 1 O 1 3 o Uardner.3. 1 o 0 2 0
Wambg's,2 4 3 2 20 Vagner,3. 2 0 3 20
O-Nelll.c 3 0 1 O Harry.2 3 1 2 lu
Mitchell. p. 3 1 0 3 2 Cady.c. . . . 1 O 3 2 0
Jones.p... 0 00 0 o r arrlgan.c. 1 O 1 00
Morton. p.. n n u " Mavs.p. . . 1 0 0 10
Ham'ond 0 t 0 0 ( Leonard. p. 2 1 0 20
Totals. 34 11 27 113! Totals.. 31 6251:2
One out when winning run scored.
Batted for Jones in eighth.
Cleveland 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 1
Boston 0 0 0 O 3 u 2 0 0 5
Runs, Chapman. Graney. Klrke. Bmlth.
WamUsganis, O'Neill. Hooper, Wagner,
Mountain, River and Beach Resorts
.Where to Take a Short Trip Out of Portland
Herewith is a list of short trips in and about Portland. If you are in doubt about any point, or the trip
you have heard about is not mentioned here, call at the Information Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce
or phone them Bell Phone, Broadway 520 or Automatic, A G091. Information will gladly be given.
Literature of interesting points furnished Time Cards, Beach and Mountain Resort literature. The
Oregonian asks the names and addresses of tourists for publication. Enclose your business card with
names of your party to Summer Resort Dept., The Oregonian, Portland.
Wsaklstlts St, at Testa.
Best Food Served at
Lowest Possible Cost
Amid Homelike Surrounding
SEATIXG CAPACITV 430.
The, Oaks (the Cay Island of tke
Wtsl) Over GO acres of priceless
roses In full bloom, with every form
of entertainment and accommoda
tion for tourlitL Orchestral and
band concerts, prima donna, and
musical comedy company every
afternoon and night In the open-air
theater. Performances all free.
Admission to park 10 cents. Beached
by express special Oaks trains (tare
h cents), from Klrst and Alder; or
by launch (10 cents), from Morrison
COLUMBIA RIVER HIGHWAY.
A scenic drive of rare beauty,
built along- the south shore of the
Columbia Hirer, a distance) of more
than 40 miles from Portland. A
ae r lea of remarkable waterfalls,
russred peaks and deep canyons ar
among- the attractions.
PealsssU Parle Bsskra C;araas
A city park and well worth a trip.
Take St. Johna or Kenton car.
Call First and Alder or Traffic
Marshall 5100, A 613L,
P. K-, L. & P. Co.
MOfXT IIOUI) RESORT.
Clovs rap lata Is a dellchtful re
treat. C000 feet above sea level, on a
sheltered spur of the very mountain
Itself, and Is located Just at the
upper edsie of timber line.
The trip to the Inn usually Is made
by rail to Hood Hirer and thence by
stage. The round-trip rate. Includ
ing; all travellnc expenses. Is Ill-iO.
Service begins July 1 and continues
to September IS.
Electric carllne to Borlnr. 14
miles: automobile to Welch's. Rho
dodendron and Tawney'a. round trip
from Portland. $.7S. Same as above
with horse slase all the way. li.Ti.
Partlaad llelskts (Casartl rreall
lluo feel above trie city. Take Coun
cil Crest car on Washington street:
time, 10 minutes each war. Won
derful view of the city and snow
Illllereat Drive A hillside motor
drive of unsurpassed beauty. About
on hour's drive. Uest time Just at
sunset, but roost beautiful view of
city and mountains at all times.
The only hotel oa the beach front.
Oood fishlns. hunttaa aad surf sta
ins: unurpas4 tab.. tacii.at
rvice: larse airr rooms aad kania.
iBa Auto staae aaeeta skU traiaa
P. O.. too la. Or. M a. Warren. Prop
tae-kyarda aad Park I a ar Plaet
Larvest plant weet of the Missis
sippi River. Located on Columbia
Flounh within 40 minutes ride of
Broadway and Washing-ton streets.
Take Kenton cars on Washing-ton
street at Klfth. Sixth and Broadway
streets to Kenton. Fare S cents.
Take Kenton Traction Company cars
at Kenton to Packing l'lant and
Stockyard. Fare fc cent. Visitors
admitted Bally except Sundays.
'Welea'a. Rsrededeadraa aad Taw.
ey'a are located on the south side
of the mountain. Automobile from
Portland to either re-sort, round trip,
Parka Washington Park, head of
Washington street, with small soo
and aviary. Take any car west on
Washington street excepting; Six
teenth; fare ( cents. Celebrated
statu. "Comlnc of the Whit Man."
also "Sacajawea. Excellent view
of the city.
I'larsds, Caaader. Rail Raa cars
leave First and Alder every four
hours, dally and Sunday, every hour
a 'ar aa oresliam. ood points for
IN POINT OF TIME
la the Nearest to Portland of Any
Coast Keorte a r our-Hour
Trip Alone lb Lower
CLATSOP HKtCII RCtonn,
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BE VISITEU I O.NE DAY.
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Tli finest mountain resort In ore
lL Daliy rates I J. weekly $ 12. -o and
up. Fpeciat rates to 'umtll.s for the
Summer months. 8edl!e horses, lawn
tennis, croquet, finest fishing- and
bunlliie grounds. Our own dairy, soul,
t rr sod garden truck. Electric tight,
telephone. Kor dnlir auto elasee.
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Heaalde. Cla(aas Reara. Ore sea.
The Pacific Coast's most popular
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Ins: the ooean. Kuruprao plan,
rates II. to and up. special week
ly rates Dining-room service
a la carte from ft lu A. M. lo
P. M. tlrlll and evening enter
tainment. Hot s-alt water balhs.
surf-bathlnc; nalatortum for In
door swimming; canoeing; on the
Necanicum Klver: good auto
roads. Automobiles leave Hotel
Moors for Elk Creek and Can
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-4 K A a U
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Fifth and slug
Oldest resort in the Mount Hood
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lows, excellent cuisine, hunting;,
fishing;, horseback riding-, etc.
Kates (2 per day. Ill) per week.
W. K. WELCH. Prop.
Welch's P. O., Oreaaa.
safety at All Tlsaea
Mt. Hood Auto Line
calls and delivers to any part of
city, day or night, to Mount Hood
resorts. Round trip, li; Uovern
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the erreatest health and pleasure
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heart of the Olympic Mountaliwi,
open for the season. For full
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Sammer Cottage aad Casaplaa.
That rxilghlrel Rear Hi
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MT. HOOD AUTO STAGES
Dally to Mount Hood resorts g A M.
Hound trip &; Oov. camp IT 6u.
Special rales for week-end and climb
ing psrtles. Itif orioalloo, reservations
sn tickets St
KlKTI KIH.K PKFI) FLORAL CO.
IS Xd M. Mala A 1L
Or lrvtngtoo Oaxsge. Cast 130.
TAWNEVS MOl NTAIN HOME,
"rsserly Mauldlagj'a Ho tel.
Ideal spot. Hunting-, fishing;, camp
ing; privileges, saddle horses, home
cooking-, etc.. I per da v. (lu per
week. Sunday chicken dinner. T&c.
t-arge independent bungalows for
those who prefer them.
F. H.Tewaey. prap, tr rich's P. O.. Or.
offer to fmill of refinement
lh attractions of m betutjf u I
counlrv Summer home. 1 tlutrtd
booklet Free. . W. J !tKiK.i.
hlte tUlmon. ah.
Freight aad I'awairr
ITEAMI.H-i TO HIK ntll.l;,
ad May l.aaalsn.
'-raves Portland di!v at T A M
eacept Sumljy and Mondny. Sun
day rcurstons lo Casoa.le Links
le-tve A M
l eave. Portland Tuesdav. Thurs
day and Saturday at .".o A. M
assssjt ease laeka Ktrsrales PI
raretalae I'allee aad Nrtara S3
ALUKH.sr. IHHh, WtHII.IMl.
lala l. A ails.
t'ree.m . . ..
w arhop.p. 1
O O Vltt S 3
0O Kaan'gh.2 3
3 o Young.
1 O Cuhb.in
1 0 ( ra'ford.r.
Vrach.l. . .
S u llnsh.s. . . .
1 U iliutrr.c
I 1 Covelese.p
O O 0O,
Totals. 31 4 24 10 1 Totals.. SO 2T 14 X
Bstted for Warhop In elgnlh.
Watted for Cook In eights.
New Tork O O 0 O O ft S 0 I
Uetrolt 0 2 1 O 0 O O 0 3
Runs Martxell. Fioone. Cobb Cramrford.
Ve-n-h Two-ban hits. Cobb 2. Vea-B. Three-
.ga tilt. Crawford.. Home run. escn.
Ptolen bases. Plpp. Bsk-r. Ioutle p.a.
Hlrjn to Hecalnpauicn. r Irst ttS.e on errors.
Xew York 1. I'.ases on tslift. ff Coveleskie
1. warhoo o. lilts ort vwarnop. v in 7 m-
wtnm- tinnnvin nune In on Inn nc. struck
out. By Coveleskie 4. Warhop 2. Donovan C.
Umpires, U uiuinua aiiu nnutuiaua.
Tork I Detroit
II H ti Ar nni'Ar.
1 OU VHT..S e v i is u
1 1 O
2" 0 a
4 -J 4
4 O O
4 8 11
Mullln.1 . .. 3
ree.m. ... e
3 o Kavan'h.2.
3 4 1 Young. U . ..
3 o O obb.m . . ..
A 0 ft:rawford.r
0 0 irveach.l . . ..
J O O Rums.l ...
2 O 0 Maker. e. ..
3 3 o -irnnare.e.
4 2 ft Ounuo.p. . .
ft 0 1 "ildham.p.
1 2 0 nauss.p. . .
Mtren.p. . ..
.McKee . . .
o u o
6 27 14 3
ronto club of the International Lreasue.
Ha aJso aaid that Faul Strand, a
pitcher, had been aunpended Indefinite
ly on account of failure to set In condition.
Cl.ar.cjr White and Saylor Draw.
BOSTON. July 13. Charley -blt.
the Chicago contender for the light
weight title, and Milburn (Young) feay
lor, of Indianapolis, boxed 12 rounds to
a draw tonight. ' Many of those mho
saw the battle pave It as their opinion
that Saylor had the better of White In
the majority of round.
Total. 39 12T14Ji Total.. 3J
Batted for Oldham in s.txth.
Hutted for Bteen In iRhtb.
Ntw York. o 1 O 1 4 o o io
Uetrolt - " w v u .
RntiH. Cook 8. Booman. Hartaell. Boon
.Qvefnev. ShAwkey .1. Vltt 2. KAVananh.
Crawford. Veach. Unrna, 2. Dubur. Two-
hit. Ccok. IShawkey Z. Cram ford.
Hurna, BUinif. Thrf-baM hit. re. tt-l
n haiM Km u man. Hlah. Ct. Cobb. Craw
ford 2. Earn'l run. New York -trtiit
r,. Doubi play a. iauman io Hoon- m np .
Malael to Hnuman tu MuIMo; Vounc to
Burn to Punt.; Buah to Hurn. Krt ba
on errora. New Tork 1. Itroit 2. Haaea on
balla, off Dubuo 2, Cole H, t?hawk-y 7. Htta
off Duhuc A In 2 tnnins. Oldham In 4
InnfiiK-C Uaiim 5 In 1 lunlnv. bten 1 In 1
inntne. Boehler 1 In I, Cole 3 In 1 2-X
Shawky 5 In T 1-1. Struck out by Ptibue J.
oidham 1. Hoehler 1. Phawfcey 4. Umptrea.
Hildebrand and (rLou,hUn.
CATHKR AND GIIjIIKICT I-ET C-O
Braves Also Suspend Strand Jttr
Failure? to Get In Shape.
BOSTON, July 13. Manaajer Stal
linss. of the Boston National club,
announced today the release of Cmt
fielders Cather and Gilbert to the To
ur ROfiCOE FAWCETT.
HrX men Mt been la a battlns
II aump. Pitchers har bten fivm.
food nnic of lata. We can't cipecl
to win wbrn w don't ct an occaalooai toll
in tha pinch."
up tha recent sarlea with La Aaitlca
Hobby Iavla" abenca from tha aaortpatrh
woraea acainai ina ueavvra. uonui
McArdla Is expected to arrive today from
bhnani a. rt a a nil asr 111 I W . . i .
Oeo-f Kelly, tha tall first beieman of
tha Vlctori... fan yf tha Nvrthi(rn
Lea ue, baa been aold to (he New York
Ulatnta for Jjo. As the leaaue la runnina
tha Victoria club, this money will so to kp
tha ffeee in tha leavue. Kelly is a nephew
of lilil 1-ant. and Waiter McCradle has bad
nla area on him all Kprinf.
a e e
In the second came between Portland and
tha AnK'i jur,iuy the at rap anchortns the
woni tait n tne rour. broke ana lime
hai tJ t ri::ra ror repair.
"Wbat do they have to strap It down for,
anyay?" aaked one pretty mlaa of her
"To keep them from stealing It, I ausaa,"
came tha reply.
a a . a
It doean't take nrh to swine an air
tlsht ball same to either side. McCrMlta
atirJ bute haturday'a S-2 defeat to a third
atrlke that was called a baa by L'mplre
VVtiliarri Sunday l.'mplra Kinny refused
to pi. e Pates a bea on a wide shot thai
crrkeS him on tha fins era. HUljard as
oa first base and two were out. and a life
to Vates mould have put man on first aad
nei-ond with Ptumpf at bat. and It ml.ht
have changed the entire compilation of the
afternoon. Aa It was. 14a tea fllod to center
and ended tha rally.
Tom Ilushea tel!s of aa unlucky brsak be
sot durlnc hla das with Vriintu In the
rprlnr of IVla. Ha had tha Fhlladelphii
Athlvtlca 10 In the laat half of tba ninth
with two out and Frank Baker at bat.
Huithi worked two strikes on Faker and
then ivent a fat one thruah tha middle of
the plate, which Baker foul-tipped. The
ball truck Henry a b-ir mm. tut fell out.
and on tne next tail Baker hit for a home
run over tha right fild ftne. tying the
core, istrunk. who ro. lowed, rolled an easy
S form tier to Kul)'i and as out.
The jcame was won by tbe Msckmen In
It r aa iiut a llt.le break, but It cost
hall fame. However, Hufh-4 Mamea h 1m -
elf tt-caue he sa)S be should have walked
Maker to set at St run it. as the Anftii
wiikfil IH'f-r in the ninth Innlns of bun-
dar a f:rp: aam to set at Covaiaakle.
Carlerh mas wnt in to plnch-hlt for Port
la ml, and a nttie hit tnr nkaiy wou.a
have won this 3-1 a a me for tha. Bavera.
Instead, freuerlck (rounded out, McMuKto
a a a
Elmer fKUsr has been released by Ver
non. e a e
Tha San Frsnclaco Chronicle says M 1'ton
Reed's arm Is too weak to make him of any
value to tha Oakland club. K-ed s wins
must have rone state, then, since be showed
here aeaiaat the Heavara.
North and South.
Southerner Why are you Northern
ers always harplnc on the children em
ployed In Southern factories? North
erner Well, for one thins;. It detracts
people's attention from the children em
ployed In ours.
HAT ATTRACTS BRIDE
Chicago Shop Windows Allure
tolre Is e'riaii J. Ve're Just ordinary
folks on their noney-moon."
Then began the walk and tha subse
quent episode of the window display
and also the dress. Was It purchased?
No one knows, but Mrs. Thomson la a
bride and Mr. Thomson a bridegroom.
Prominent Couple rose for Camera
Men and Talk to Xrwptprr lte
portora in TUg Cltjr After Their
Snbterfue; Proves) Failure.
CHICAGO. July 10. 'Uractouai dear,
look at that!"
The hand of Mrs. James Mrllhsney
Thomson, who until recently was Miss
tirnevieve Clark, daughter of Speaker
Champ Clark, clutched the coatslreve
of James Mcllhany Thomson to draw
his attention forcibly.
Viat was It that so attracted the
bride's attention? It mtsht bare been
the Art Institute or the Grant monu
ment In Lincoln Park or the smoke
from the Illinois Central tralna Hut It
was not. It waa a multi-colored dress
on airplay In the window of a store on
Mrs. Thomson, belnsj a bride, escort
ed her husband over to have a close
look at the creation and Mr. Thomson.
belns: a bridegroom, replied to his
wife's criticism of dresses and bats
alth monosyllabic murmurs of assent.
And then there appeared the Inevitable
Nemesis the newspaper photographer
Inevitable since the couple arrived In
Plaa Oat ta Kvade Reaarlera.
Kor "some 10 days or more reporters
have been occupr;na a large amount of
time that Mr. Thomson and bis bride
think could t levoted to aomethrua
mora useful. Therefore, on arriving: In
Cblraso. elaborate plans were made to
evade the newspaper men. The led
the train on the " wrong:" side, only to
find a reporter and a photographer
waltlnz for them at the taxlcab. They
hurried to the Ulackstone Hotel and
Ifft strict orders not to be disturbed.
Failure marked every effort to avoid
1'lnalljr Mr. Thomson, newspaperman
himself, succumbed and a; reeled report
ers In the lobby, from tha time the
couple arrived shortly after t o'clock
In the morninit until ( o'clock In the
evening; they did not leave their suite.
At 4 o'clock in the afternoon tha pangs
of hunger became Insistent and s
luncheon was ordered. Meanwhile Mr.
Thomson let It be known that his wife
and he were not golna to Irave their
apartments until the following; day.
r.rferts ta Isoase Katlle.
nut all was In vain. When a pretty
young woman In a red hat and plain
blue dress stepped from tne elevator,
followed by a tall, red-haired man.
they found representatives of the press
stlil walling, and to show they. wre
arood losers both posed for photographs,
while the bride smiled a little wearily
and the (room looked bored.
-We're Just coins; for a wslk along
Mli-h'csn avenue." laid Mr. Thomson.
"There Is notMnr we can say or do.
We've talked and posed until our. reper.
GIRL TO TEACH JAPANESE
Blind Graduate at Overbrook Tlans
lo Aid Afflicted In Far Ijast.
rillLADGLTHIA: July . Handi
capped by Incurable blindness, but
filled with Indomitable ambition, den-
evteve Caulfleld, a graduate of
the Pennsylvania Institution for the In
struction of the Blind, at Overbrook.
announced recently that she will travel
across seas to teach the blind of Japan.
Alter the school commencement ex
ercises. Miss Caulfleld went to her roroe
at Uoshen. N. V. irtio will proceed to
Japan as soon aa war conditions per
The young blind alrl grsduated from
tbe Uverbrook school In 10 J. but re
turned to take special leaaoivs In music.
To fit herself for teaching, she took s
three-year course at Trinity College
Washington, Last year she completed
her senior year and received a degree
from the Teachers" College at Colum
bia lniverslty. he haa spent the last
eight months studying methods for
teaching the blind at Perkins Institute
and at the Overbrook Institution.
Miss Caulfleld believes that only by
the personal touch with tha Jspanese
will they and the Americans under
stand each other. Her plena are to
visit the different schools for the
blind In Japan and later centralise her
work at one chosen school.
he la decidedly pretty, with a pleas
ant and bright, cheerful manner. Cut
off from sunlight and the sight of
friends by her Infirmity, she stsnds
on tha threshold of her career, opti
mistic and unafraid, eager to be of
use to others who ara blind, and sure
BRIDAL PAIR IN CALF CRATE
Secretly Married Couple Kxlitblted In
nutrlier'a Wagon by Claasmates.
MARION'. Ind.. July 10 Students In
the Marlon Normal College were sur
prised to learn that orvilie Fleming,
of this county, and Miss Mildred Tom-
llson. of Putler. Ind.. both taking
teachers course, were secretly married
at Hlll.boro. Mich. .
They left the college on tha day of
their marriage, ostensibly to go to
Huller. They went to Michigan and
were married. Heturnlr.g to the col
lege, they resumed their school work.
The students of the college gsve
Mr. and Mra. Fleming a charivari party,
first making them the guests of nonor
at a dinner party, then requiring they
should occupy seats on t-e stage at the
merlins; of a literary society and later
driving them about the streets In a
butcher's wagon, the couple being
fastened In a calf crate.
displayed at the Kodman-Wanamaker
town house, :03Z Walnut street, and
are guarded night and cay br detectives-
More tiisn 400 have been te-
A complete silver service eet of SOO
pieces Is conspicuous amonc them: alo
a !esk clock, the face of which la en
circled w:tliva ring of diamond, and
contains diamond hands. An ostrich
fea there fan. with the initials "M. 1.
W." In diamonds. Is also among the
gifis. There Is a pretty gold brooch
pin with an amethyst, the sift of Presi
dent i o n.
Man)Vihr beautiful presents have
been sent, among them several rare
piecea of Jewelry, a complete gold
creesmg-table set of IS plece, several
large mirrors framed with silver, two
hall clock, cut glass, silver platters,
rare pictures and volumes.
One present which attracted atten
tion was a small American flag, oa
which are the words, "May God bless
you and yours and may life be a con
tinuous happlnesa." The donor of this
gift waa not revea'.cd.
lien on t In Car of Hay.
PEMKTA, Okli . July I O. N. West.
the hay an.l grain wholesaler, had
something more than he had ordered
and paid for when he received a car
load of hay In the Santa Fe )arx!s here.
The car had come from Kastern Okla
homa and somewhere alonis the route
had been lost, being locatod finally ty
a s-cial man sent out by I he Frls'-o
liatlroad. When It came In West was
notified and went down to Ins; .rot it
lle heard a chirping noise wnrn he
opened the car door, and finally lo
cated several bantam chickens Just
hatched out In a nt between two
bales of hay. The mother displayed
creat disapproval at the disturbance.
West preet:tel the outfit to one of
the "skinners" who appeared to haul
the hay to the field
Ran? out to proclaim liberty for
the American people. We pro
claimed liberty to the people of
Portland from high price tailors.
We have what you want.
Huffman & Grant
S. W. Corner Alder and nroadwajr.
FLAG IS WEDDING GIFT
Wanamaker Preenl Worth Kt,
000 and Are fndrr Guard.
riIIL.ADEI.rHIA, July A wealth
of sifts, estimated at $;0. 000. the wed
ding presents of Miss Wanamaker, ara
l.-ie I !' m. f.. : ... ,
Of I'lain or fine White StrijK-d
Madras. Ask. for "Arrows if j-oo.
want the best in fit, style and wear.
nJTTT. FF.A BODT A CO.. tVC. M IKrrtS