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TIIE MOT? XING OTtEGOIA SATURDAY. JULY 31, 1913.
IN TENUIS TOURNEY
Catlin Wolfard Humbles ex
State Champion Wicker
sham in Semi-Finals.
CHALLENGE ROUND IS DUE
Jlev. Li, K. Tticliirdon, After Trying
Out Bad Ankle, Decides to De
fend Title Miss McDonald
, x Beats Miss Tucker.
Johnson, of Philadelphia, In the final
Kastern doubles, semi-finals R. N,
Williams II, Boston, and W. M. Wash.
burn, New York, defeated H. H. Hack
ett and T. R. Pell, New York, 2-6. 3-8.
6-2, 6-2, 6-3; I. C. Wright. Boston, and
W. F. Johnson. Philadelphia, defeated
O. C. Caner. Philadelphia, and H. H.
Bundy, Boston. 6-2, 6-0, 6-3.
BEAVERS SAFE FROM F 1DS
r BY ROSCOE FAWCETT.
' Even though it was a day for fur
coats and goloshes, sensations followed
thick and fast In the state tennis tour
ney in progress on the Irvington club
In the first place Catlin Wolfard,
former Portland interscholastio star,
ihumbled Brandt Wickersham, ex-state
champion, in the semi-finals of the
men's singles, and this not only spilt
the dope all ever the lot, but it put
Wolfard in the finals against H. Van
Dyke Johns, of San Francisco.
Wolfard's victory was cleancut. He
"beat Wickersham in three straight sets,
6-2, 8-1 and 6-0, using his underhand
Lawford" cross court stroke to deadly
Johns' entry into the finals was ac
complished after decisive wins over his
California team-mate, William Marcus,
6-1 and 8-6, and three successive sets
over AT. O. Frohman, 6-3, 6-3 and 6-0.
Challenge Round Dae.
Contrary to expectations there will
te a challenge round after all. Rev. L.
K. Richardson, present Oregon cham
pion in the men's singles, tried out his
bad ankle again yesterday under the
tutelage of his physician. Dr. E.. V.
fSheafe. and whl4e he hobbled around as
if anchored to an Oregon boot, he
otartled everybody by defeating young
.Mortimer Brown in two sets.
"I guess I'll try to retain my title
after all," said Champion Richardson
after his workout. "I play mostly a
back-court game, anyway, and I have
a ehance to win. and if I default I
Jiaven't any chance."
As if this were not enough thrills
for one rainy, gloomy afternoon, Miss
Mayme McDonald, of Seattle, champion
of the University of Washington,
mowed down two women sensations of
the tourney. Miss Claire Tucker, Uni
versity of California, and Mrs. W. L
Northup, of Portland, and thereby qual
ified to play Miss Sara Livingstone, of
Seattle, for the Oregon state women's
Title Matches Today.
All the championship matches will be
disposed of today, If the weather man
Miss McDonald moved into the semi
finals by defeating Miss Tucker, 6-1
and 10-8, and Mrs. Northup attained
the same eminence by defeating Miss
Stella Fording, former state champion,
in straight sets, 6-3 and 6-2. Miss M
Xonald's win over Mrs. Northup in the
finals was likewise accomplished in
straight sets, 6-1 and 8-6, the last being
Owing to the heavy rain of the night
Thefore nn mntch(i went rtlaverl Itt the
morning, and a heavy schedule remains
to b wiped off the slate today. Four
men's doubles were finally played yes
terday, but the women's doubles suf
Results Are Given.
Men's singles: Third round William
Marcus beat Kelly Ren, 8-3. 6-0. Fourth
round Brandt Wickersham beat J. B.
Edstar, 6-0, 6-2; Catlin Wolfard beat H.
Jones, 6-2, 6-3; H. V. D. Johns beat Will
iam Marcua. 6-1. 8-6; M. O. Frohman beat
l.leutenant Hobson. 6-8. 6-3. gemi-finals
ratlin Wolfard beat Brandt Wickersham.
-2, 6-1, 6-0; H. V. D. Johns beat M. O.
ITolraitn. 6-3. 6-3. 6-0.
Women's singles: Beml - finals Miss
Mivme McDonald beat Miss Claire Tucker.
6-3: Mrs. W. I. Northup beat Miss
Ftella Fording, 6-3, 6-2. Finals Miss Mayme
McDonald beat Mrs. W. I. Northup. 6-1. 8-8.
Men's doubles -Brown and Lancefleld beat
Tleea and Foster, default; Hobson and
Taylor beat Cameron and Lewis, 8-2, 6-2:
JknrirAws and Smith beat Humphrey and
J.Iunzer. 6-1. 6-3; Johns and Marcua beat
Wakeman and Shannon, 6-1. 5-T, 6-3.
Mixed double3 Mrs. F. E. HarrlRan and
Marcus beat Miss Virginia Burns and Cook
Thi schedule for today follows:
10 A. M. Kearns and Clark vs. Wicker
sham and Morris. Heustls and Kirk vs. Byrd
and Ware. Smith and Andrews vs. Lance
field and Brown, Pease and Minor vs. Red
field and Frohman.
11 A. M. Catlin Wolfard (finals) vs.
Henry Van Dyke Johns. Miss Hoffman and
Hedfield vs. Miss Hasaalo and Shannon.
1 P. M. Barber and Doerlng vs. winner of
Kearns and Clark vs. Wickersham and Mor
ris; Hobson and Taylor va. winner of Pease
and Minor vs. Redtield and Frohman: Mrs.
Stafford and Miss Tucker vs. Miss Hoffman
nd Miss Burns.
2 P. M. Winner-of Wolfard vs. Johns vs.
J.. K. Richardson (challenge); Miss Mayme
McDonald (challenge) vs. Miss Sarah Liv
ingstone. 8 P. M. Mrs. Harrigan and Marcus vs.
winner of Miss Hoffman and RedfieJd vs.
34is Hassalo and -Shannon; Miss Frohman
and Norrls vs. Miss E- Tucker and Frohman.
4 p. M. Winner of Andrews and Smith
vs. Lancefleld and Brown (semi-finals) va
winner of Hobson and Taylor vs. winner
of Pease and Minor va. Redfleld and Froh
man; Johns and Marcus vs. winner of Byrd
and Ware vs. Heustls and Kirk; Miss Camp
bell and Miss Livingstone vs. Mrs. Northrup
nnrl Miss Fordlnif.
5 P. M. Miss Frohman and Miss B. Tucker
vs. Miss McDonald and Mrs. Harrigan. Miss
Livingstone and Smith vs. Miss Collins and
PliAVERS MAY BE RECALLED
"McCretlle Considers Taking Four
From Northwestern I-eagne.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., July 30. (Spe
cial.) Four young players, now
operating In the Northwestern League
may be recalled into the Pacific Coast
League by the Portland club after Au
gust 15, v alter McCredie, manager,
admitted here today.
The men upon whom McCredie may
call for aid are: Murphy, shortstop;
Callahan, pitcher; Brenegan, catcher,
and Coltrin, inflelder. All the boys
are with the Spokane elub.
"I am through with these veteran
players for this year," said McCredie.
"If I add any mere men to my club
this year I will take those boys and
try and develop them. I have options
on all of the players.
Fielder Jones Gets Promise rom
Fed Chief, Is Story.
LOS ANGELES. July 30. (Special.)
Walter McCredie has an advantage over
all rivals that none knew he had up
to today. His baseball machine is free
from any tampering on the part of
The Portland ball club is not to be
raided to any extent or in any way.
President James Gilmore. ef the Fed
eral League, has given his word that
no player will be taken from the Mc
Credie all of which is quite pleasing
to the McCredies.
Fielder Jones is a close personal
friend of the McCredies. When he went
to the Federal League, it was learned
today, he found out that one of the
clubs in the outlaw fold was attempt
ing to get a Beaver or so.
Jones went to Gilmore about it. It
seems that the two had quite a talk.
At the conclueion Gilmore issued orders
that no Federal League Club should
tamper with the Portland team.
REDUCTION IS RUMORED
TWO SORTmVESTEHS CLIBS TO BE
DROPPED TODAY, IS STORY.
Meeting of League Magnates at Seattle
to Eliminate 1 1ctorla and Aber
deen Teams, It Is Said.
SEATTLE. Wash., July 30. (Special.)
Well-founded rumors that the North
western League will drop two clubs at
a meeting of the magnates to be held
here tomorrow are going the rounds.
Victoria, which club is already without
a home, and Aberdeen, recently added
to the league, are the two which are
said to be destined to go. Although
no official statement has been given
out by either President Blewett or any
of the magnates, the action has been
expected for some time and it is alto
gether probable that the change will
be made, as nearly all the clubs have
been losing money every day.
When asked about the rumor. Presi
dent Dugdale, of the Seattle club, said:
"I must say that I do not know any
thing about the action which will be
taken at tomorrow's meeting. I have
had very little to say about the affairs
ef the league to date and I am not on
the inside, if any such action is com
ing up. However, I will say that I will
vote against any change in the league
at the present time, in spite of the atti
tude of the other directors."
PLANNED AT FAIR
Winged M Asked to Play for
Title With Olympic and
Los Angeies Club.
FAIR DIRECTORS BACKERS
Athletic Chairman Notified S6000
la Available to Pa Expense
of Los Angeles and Port
land' Football Teams.
SAN FRANCISCO. July SO. (Spe
cial.) The Multnomah Amateur Ath
letic Club of Portland, the Los Angeles
Athletic Club and the Olympic Club of
an Francisco will settle the 1115
American football championship among
athletic clubs ef the Pacific Coast. This
much was arrived at last night when
the directors of the Panama-Pacific In
ternational Exposition notified Willlan
Humphrey, chairman of the exposition
athletics, that 16000 had been appro
prlated to bring the visiting teams to
this city to battle on the gridiron.
No date was set for the contests and
al that was said was that a series of
games would be played on the exposi
tion athletio field. Word to this effect
has been sent to the managers on the
club teams who have been invited to
compete. The latter part of October
or the first part of November was sug
gested as a possible data, but official
action will not be taken until after the
track and field championships of next
week are things of the past-
Should the Multnomah Club and the
Los Angeles Club decide to send their
teams here, some of the best ex-college
stars will be seen in action. That the
games would be a big attraction lo
cally Is a foregone conclusion, as it
has been several years since a real
game of American football has been
slated for a San Francisco gridiron.
T. Morris Dunne, secretary-treasurer
of the Pacific Northwest Association,
who is here, is a prominent member
of the Winged "M" Club In Portland,
and will take back considerable infor
mation to Manager Pratt regarding the
of the Simpson Lumber Company, died,
and since he is now president of the
company and Interested in the estate.
he finds It would be Impossible for him
to devote the necessary time and ener
gies to the office. He made no an
nouncement of his future Intentions
other than to ssy that when the Simp
son estate Is settled and he has more
freedom, he will think about politics.
For the present Mr. rilmpaon h resid
ing at his home on the beach and giv
ing attention to the company business
on coos flay.
INSURANCE MEN TO MEET
Representation Sought at San Fran
cisco World' Congress.
To arrange for details In connection
with the Northwest delegation to the
World's Insurance Congress, there will
be an informal meeting at the Chamber
of Commerce, main dining-room, at
noon. August 4. Insurance men of all
classes are urged to attend this meet
ing and make such suggestions as they
may have in relation to Increasing the
attendance at the congress. The cell
for this meeting Is signed by Secre
tary W. M. Patterson and Louis bond
The sessions of the World's Insurance
Congress will cover a period of It days,
from October 4 to IS. the meetings for
the first six days and the concluding
day being held In the Municipal Au
ditorium. Civic Center, San Fran
cisco, and the balance In the Court
of the Universe, exposition grounds.
There are now 81 insurance organ
isations represented In the National
council by delegates. Formal Invita
tions to the congress are unnecessary.
Council Votes, 3 to 2, in Favor
of Providing Device Re
jected by Voters.
BAKER. BIGELOW OPPOSE
UNION TO HAVE GAME WAKDEX
Temporary Deputy for County to Be
Appointed, Is Pledge.
LA GRANDE. Or., July 30. (Spe
cial.) After a lapse of several weeks,
in which there has been no game
warden in Union County and during
which time it is said that violations of
the game laws were numerous, Union
County is to have a game warden to
morrow, though only a temporary one.
This much is promised by Game War
den Shoemaker, of Roseburg, who Is
The appointment will be announced
at Portland to hold until the Commis
sion meets to make a permanent ap
pointment. District Attorney Eber
hard is heartily in accord with the
scheme to run down evidence against
violators of the game laws. Sportsmen
were up In arms because of the pon
appointment of a deputy here, and
when their spirited appeals for help
reached Mr. Shoemaker he promptly
hurried here to straighten matters.
FEDERALS' CHIEF ENJOINED
Kansas City American Association
Team Would Prevent Raid.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., July 30. A tem
porary Injunction against President
James A. Gilmore, of the Federal
League, and owners of Federal League
clubs, restraining them from tampering
with players under contract to the Kan-
s City American Association team.
was granted in the circuit court here
Arguments on a petition for a perma
nent injunction will be heard tomorrow.
The petition declares that the Fed
eral League is disorganizing the local
association team; that the players are
becoming dissatisfied and "listening to
It is alleged although the association
players are under contract that fact is
ignored in "secret persuasion." The
application names 15 players on the
local association team which it alleges
are now being persuaded to Jump.
CIIAMPIOX BARELY VICTORIOUS
R. X. Williams II Saves His Team In
BOSTON. July 30. It was only after
two five-set matches that R. N. Will
iams II. of Boston, and W. M. Wash
burn, of New York, won their way to
the final of the Eastern doubles tennis
tournament on the eourts of the Long
wood. Cricket Club today. They had
dropped two sets, playing listlessly, to
H. H. Hackett and T. R. Fell, of New
York, In the semi-final match this
sfternoon, when Williams, the National
champion, recovered his control. Then
he turned the tide decisively, his fore
hand, drives being largely responsible
for his team winning the next three
sets and match.
M illiams and Washburn will meet
Irving C. Wright, of this city, and W. F,
CHICAGO FEDS BEAT BUFFALO
Prendergast Has Better of Pitching
Duel and Wins, 2-1.
CHICAGO. July 30. The Chicago
Federals won from Buffalo in a battle
of pitchers today. 2 to 1. Bedient yield
ed a run in -each of the first two In
nings, two bases on balls helping th
locals to score the winning tally In the
second. Three hits and a base on balls
made Buffalo Its run In the sixth. With
the bases full In that Inning Prender
gast made a lucky catch of a terrific
drive by Blair and retlr-ed the side.
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Buffalo 1 8 2Chlcago 2 7
Batteries Bedient, Anderson
Blair; Prendergast and Wilson.
PACER CUTS WORLD'S RECORD
George, Caro Goes Mile Under Sad
dle In Time of 2:11 3-4.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 30. A. Savage.
Minn., the home of Dan Patch, George
Gano, owned by M. W. Savage, paced
mile under saddle today In 2:11,
beating tho previous world's record
of 2:12, made b Kruger at Lexington,
Ky., October 16, 1907.
George Gano was ridden by Murray
Anderson, who carried 145 pounds.
MB. SIMPSON IS OUT
candidate: for congress says
HE IS TOO BUSY FOR POLITICS.
Death of Father and Dntles Added by
Closing; of Estate and New Work
at Mills Prevent Race.
MARSHFIELD, Or., July 30. (Spe
cial.) L. J. Simpson, of North Bend,
who last Fall announced his candidacy
for Representative in Congress from
the First District, today Informed his
friends he had reconsidered the matter
and has retired from the race.
This, Mr. Simpson said, was decided
upon after careful consideration of a
campaign from every viewpoint. He
says no man should attempt recognition
at the hands of the people In a position
which requires undivided and constant
attention to the duties of the office, un
less he can give his entire services.
Mr. Simpson made his announcement
before his fathe-, A. M. Simpson, head
DR. C. A. DUNIWAY VISITOR
Wyoming College President Calls on
Relatives In Portland.
Dr. C. A. Dunlway, president of the
University of Wyomlan at Laramie,
arrived In Portland Thursday noon
over the Union Pacific Dr. Dunlway
Is the fourth son of Mrs. Abigail Scott
After visiting his mother and other
relatives and friends, he left last night
on the Southern Par If la for San Fran
cisco, where he will attend the ses
sions of the National Educational As
sociation and view the Panaraa-Pa-
During the remainder of August he
will be in California with his wife
and three small sons at Carmel and
Stanford University, returning to Lar
amie about September 1.
Thursday evening a family dinner
In honor of Dr. Dunlway was given
by Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Dunlway at
their home. 748 East Burnslde street.
and last evening he was honor guest
at a dinner -at the home of Mrs. W.
S. Dunlway. 365 Aspen street.
THEATER MAN WILL QUIT
Frank II. Pounellan to Leave Or
Frank H. Donnellan. assistant man
ager of the new Orpheum Theater at
Broadway and Stark while playing the
"big time" attractions, and who has
acted In the same capacity at the Or
pheum during Its period of motion
Pictures as well as holding the posi
tion of press agent, will complete his
services at the Orpheum Theater to
Mr. Donnellan is widely experienced
In the publicity business and has man
aged vaudeville theaters for many
years. Ilia last position wss at the
Empress Theater In San Francisco.
For three and one-half years he was
publicity director and manager for
Sullivan & Considlne. Previous to that
Mr. Donnellan managed theaters In
Seattle and Stockton. Mr. Donnellan
has been offered a position In San
Francisco, but Is undecided as to
whether he will accept it or remain In
Man Injured by Train Dies.
John Bagley, 43, died at the Good
Samaritan Hospital late yesterday
from Injuries received Thursday morn
ing when he was crushed under an Ore
gon Electric train at Front and Couch
streets. Bagley, according to the po'
lice, went to sleep under the train
before the engine was attached. The
crew heard his cries when the car
caught him, and stopped after the man
had been dragged about 30 feet. He
received a fractured leg and bruises
on his side. Bagley was an employe in
the state highway camp near Corbett,
Or. The body was taken to the morgue
by Deputy Coroner Smith.
Ordinance to Be Prepared to Sop
ply Water Users Wanting Meas
urementOthers May Chang
Back to Flat Rate,
By a vote of threo to two the City
Council, at an adjourned meeting yes
terday adopted a report of Commis
sioner Daly, of the eeDartment of nub-
nc untitles, providing for the supply
ing of water meters up to one-lnrh
capacity for all customers requesting
Before the report was adopted It wss
understood by the Council, on surges
lion of Mayor Albee. that any consum
ere nsving meters and wishing to go
on a flat rate should similarly be per
mltted to do so by paying for the coat
or taking cut the meter.
Mayor Albee. Commissioner Daly and
Commissioner Dleck voted for the
doption of the report, and Commit
sioners Bsker and Blgelow voted
commissioner Dsly w:i prepare an
ordinance providing for the purchase
ii meters. lie said last night that he
was not prepared to say what amount
of money he would ask for, as It would
be necessary for him to determine the
number of meters required.
Applications Declare Many.
In presenting ht report to the Coun
cil Mr. Daly declared that his office
had received several hundred applica
tions for meters.
"There Is a grave question. he ssid
In bis report, "whether the city which
furnishes water by measure to nearly
one-rourtn or Its consumers has a mora
right to deny such service when de
mended by others. It would seem that
the consumer is entitled to the same
conslderstlon snd rates that are
granted to the most favored user.
"Every mall brings letters to this of
fice criticising the Bureau of Water
Works for discrimination, and in time
the municipal m-ater system will be In
as bad odor as the most condemned
Commissioner Bigelow declared that
he voted sgalnst the report owing to
the stand which the people had taken
In the recent -election. He said that
the people had declared at the polls
tnat they did not want water meters.
People Mast Hear Expense.
Commissioner Baker said that "a
rose by any other name would smell
as sweet" and that similarly any at
tempt to secure th Installation of
water meters was Just the same as
any other, no matter In what guise It
sppeared He ssid that the expense
of installing meters must be borne by
the people and that they had said that
they did not want them.
Mayor AlDee expressed the beller
that It was the question of purchasing
5000 water meters and not that of
giving meters to those who wished
them which was passed on by the
people. lie said he favored giving
meters to consumers who wished them,
but that he also favored letting any
who wished it to be on a flat rate
unless they showed a disposition to
waste water unnecessarily.
City Attorney La Koch expressed
the belief that under the double system
of furnishing water a consumer might
elect either system, and enforce his
desires In the matter.
Most Scenic Trip in Oregon
Through Primitive Forests.
D eilde Dashing Trout Stream.
Aeroit Hugged Mountains.
Then the Old. Old Ocean.
Every Stile a Changing Picture.
Every Moment Full of Delight
CT Tp tT(Cy TO THE OCEAN
QOAJJQJ) AND BACK
Over the Week-End
Tillamook Seashore Resorts
Only Five Hours From Portland.
TWO TRAINS DAILT
Tillamook Passenger Lr- Portland 7:4S A. M.
(ashore Special Lv. Portland 1:40 P. M
Parlor Observation Car. With Buffet Lunch, on the "seashore
ROUXD-TRIF FARES FROM PORTLAND TO GARIBALDI
5easea Tickets on Sale Daily $4."e
Week - End Saturday - Monday ... is SO
Corresponding Low Fares to Other Resorts.
Pishing on the Salmonberry.
ft. 00 Round Trip.
O Sal Saturday and Sunday, for Return Monday.
Short Recreation Trips
Electric Loop Trip
Portland to MrMfnnville and return 100 miles
en fast, new all-steel electric cars through pic
turesque Willamette Vaiiev. Onlv $l.o round
trip week-ends. Thirty-day round trip. $:.3t.
Lake Grove Oswego Lake
Thirty minutes' ride from Portland on electrie
care. A beautiful lake In the woods. A fine
day s outing place for the family and the lunch
basket IS cent round trip.
Willamette V.Jly Trips
The Willamette Valley is one of the most
famous, most fertile and most scenic of the
greet valleys of the 'West. Low-priced week
end and dally round-trip tickets on sale to all
Willamette alley points.
Wilhoit Mineral Springs
Three hours from Portland delightful pleasure
and health resort In tne heart of the foresi 31
Newport. Yaquina Bay
An Ideal seashore resort, with ample hotel,
boarding-house, cottage snd camp accommoda
tions beautifully situated on bay and ocean.
Round-trip tickets, good tor season In II
Week - end over Saturday - Monday .... It os
Through tourist sleeping-car service betweer
Portland snd Newport every Saturday morning
tat 1:10 A. M.) from Portland: every Sunday
evening from Newport.
Oar descriptive literature may help you to see this great state.
Call at City Ticket Office. 10 Sixth Ft, Cor. Oak. Union Depot or
East Morrison St, for full Information, tickets, reservations, ete.
JOHN M. SCOTT, General Passenger Ag-ent.
AUSTRALIANS ARE COMING
Party of S5 Students Will Arrive
Here August 1 4.
Erneet F. Ehacklock. of Perth. West
ern Australia, was In Portland yes
terday arranging for the visit to port
land of a party of 35 Australian stu
dents. who are touring the Ignited
States at the expense of the govern
ment of Australia for educational pur
poses. The party will visit here for three
days, arriving August It from Ssn
Francisco. While here they will visit
the various leading industrial estab
llhhments of the city and will study
the affairs of the county and munici
pality The party Is under the leadership of
Lieutenant J. J. Simons, who Is one
of the mot prominent trade and com
mercial experts of the province of West
Anthony Trollop had ona stall of Ms
study pigeonholed with little cupboards, eah
of whlrh be filled with cljrara. starker arroM
M acrttaa lumbrr. A point, stud in
in wood abut ilia tjoor lnti.-atl the Sin
la o. Tlio ctfiar Sfr oruerv'd by th
rhestful dlrortl from Havana
EX-STAR, ATTEMPTS COME-BACK
Mrs. Bundy, Formerly May Sutton,
Wins Tennis Match.
LONG BEACH, Cal., July SO. After
defeating in straight sets Mrs. R. L.
Williams, of Chicago, a member of the
women's national doubles champion
ship tennis team, Mrs. Thomas C.
Bundy (formerly May Sutton) attempted
a "come-back" this afternoon sgalnst
Miss Mary K. Browne In the Southern
California championship tennis tourna
Miss Browne is the national cham
pionship partner of Mrs. Williams, who
lost to Mrs. Bundy. -l. 6-0. It was
the first time Mrs. Bundy had ap
peared in a tournament match In three
RUBE EVAXS IS SUSPENDED
McCredie Disciplines Pitcher for
Xeglectfnjr Training Rules.
LOS ANGELES, July JO. (Special.)
Rube Evans today was suspended in
definitely by Manager McCredie. of the
Portland club, for failure to keep in
"Every man on my club must keep
in shape," McCredie anounced. "Every
man must observe training rules and
whenever any man breaks them he
will be suspended Indefinitely, just as
Evans has been."
Evans is a good pitcher, but Mc
Credie figures he needs disciplining.
NFORMATION FOR TOURISTS
L . -I 1,
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 '440 or Automatic, A C091. Information will gladly be given.
Literature of interesting points furnished Time Cards, Beach and Mountain Resort literature. Ths
Oregonian asks the names and addresses of tourists for publication. Enclose your business card with
name of your party to Summer Resort Dept., The Oregonian, Portland.
WaahlegtOB St.. at Teats
Best FoodServed at
Lowest Possible Cost
Amid Homelike Surrounding
SEATl.VO CAPACITT 50.
Safety at All Tlnaea
Mt. Hood Auto Line
calls and delivers to any part of
city, day or night, to Mount Hood
resorts. Hound trip, SJ; tiovern
ment Camp, 17.60.
Pkaaei. Mela 331. or A 233 L.
MOUNT HOOD RESORTS,
(lend fee Imm Is a- delightful re
treat. 6000 feet above sea level, on a
sheltered spur of the very mountain
itself, and ts located Just at the
upper edv of the timber Una.
The trip to the Inn usually Is made
by rail to Hood River and thence by
stage. The round-trip rate, Includ
ing; all traveling; expenses. Is 1 1 J. 60.
Service begins July 1 and continues
to September IS.
Electric, carllne to Boring, ti
miles; automobile to Welch's. Rho
dodendron and Ts wney'r:, round trip
from Portland, f T.Ti. Same as above
with horse stage all the way. IS.71.
Pealasula Park liikta Aaraeae
A city park and well worth a trip.
Take St. Johns or Kenton car.
MT. HOOD AUTO STAGES
Dally to Mount Hsod raanrls SAM.
Hound trip $5; Gov. Camp $T.6C
bpcial rates for w-k-end and climb,
ins partira. Information, reservations
and lit-kMS at
Rorn.nMiK er.f.n -tlorai. co.,
1SS td tl. Mala SSM. A SSIIu
Or lrvloston tiaras. JSaat 136.
Stark rerd b Pecklac Plant
Largest plsnt west of the Missis
sippi River. Located on Columbia
Slough within 4 minutes' ride of
Proadway and Washington streets.
Take Kenton cars on Washington
street at Fifth. Sixth and Broadway
streeta to Kenton. Pare I cents.
Take Kenton Traction Company cars
at Kenton to Psekiiwr Plant and
Stockyards. Far S cents. Visitors
admitted daily except Sundays.
Parka Washington Park, head of
Washington street, with small soo
snd aviary. Take any car west on
Washington street excepting Six
teenth; fare i cents. Celebrated
statue. "Coming of the White Man."
slso "Sacajawea." Excellent view
of the city.
Welch's, Rhedodradrea aid Ta
ey's are located on the soutk side
of the mountain. Automobile from
Portland to either resort, round trip,
each ti. Oregonian on sale at these
Crown Point Chalet
Ftaet lintel on Colombia Hirer
Chlckan Liinnara a Specialty.
Lars Dancing Parlor.
UHS. M. K. HKMItKMJK,
Vellemtaa Park Teur saO-SO
Complete satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded. You can pay
more but cannot Ret better serv
ice. Buy tlokets at Salt Uka,
Ogden. Pocatello or Yellowstone
OLD FAITHFI'I, I'ERMA.MiXT
Improve every idle hour
en route with a good
Get your favorite
The J. K. Gill Co, Booksellers.
Stationere and Complete
Tbj Oaks (the Cosier Islee.4 of the
Weet) Every form of entertain
ment atvd accommodation for tour
ists. Orchestral and band concerts,
prima donna and musical comedy
company every afternoon and night
In the open-air theater. Perform
ances free. Admission to park 10
cents. Reached by express special
Oaks train (fare t cents), from
First and Alder; or by launch (19
cents), from Morrlsoa-street Bridge.
Ealaraaa, tame aero. Ball Real ears
leave First and Alder every four
hours, daily and Sunday, every hour
as far as Uresham. Uood points for
tOLlMDlt RIVER HIGHWAY
A scenic drive of rare beauty,
built along the south shore of the
Columbia Klver. a distance of more
than 40 miles from Portland. A
series of remarkable waterfalls,
rugged peake and doep canyons axe
among the attractions.
OREGON CITY BOAT
Sunday c-sraraloaa te Orvgoa City
and Way Laadlaga.
Leave Taylor-tit- Dock A. M
11:S0 and 1:10 V. M.
ROUND TRIP 40c ,
Phone Mala 40.
aleag the weaScrfal
It t II.KOAD A 'AVIGATIOV CO.
I aloa Pacific Syateaat
Ilrtda! Veil or Maltaamak
rid waatm. Raaad-trlp
Fa I la
SO DAY ONLY, OM3 DOLLAR
Lmt I U Desvet TtAA A. M. Tt -tara
6SO P. M. Jaat ke risk tat.
laar fee the whale family. ea far
CITY TICKET OFKICK.
Manklaitaa at Third.
Rraadway 4.VHI. A SI2t.
ON THE WILLAMETTE.
Open River aad Teak Bathing. Take
fast launch fuel of Saimuu strait
vary haf-bour. commencing l:ro P.
M . faro S cnta, or Brooklyn car to
Wooewerd v-i free launchaa connecting.
SOL DUC HOT SPRINGS
the greatest health snd pleasure
resort on the I'at-ifie Co act, in the
heart of the Oiymplo Mountains,
open for the season. Fur full
The Manager. Sal Dae. Wash.