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THE MORNING OEEGOXIAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1017.
TEAM SHOOT WON
Main Event of Last Day of
Northwest Tourney Taken
by Score of 58.
C. LEITH TROPHY WINNER
J. W. Seavey, of Portland, Misses
Only . 10 Out of 400 Targets,
Beating Li. IT. Iloid, Pro
fessional of Seattle.
The Portland team No. 2 yesterday
won the team shoot at the last day of
the 33d ' annual tournament of the
Sportsmen's Association of the North
west with a score of 58 out of 60.
C. Leith, of Woodburn, was the win
ner of the O. I Beckert trophy with
a score of 47 out of 60. Shooting at
iwo sets or 15 birds each, Leith broke
the first 15 straight, and 13 of the next
IB. In the doubles events of 10 birds
he Icept up his food work: and dropped
one bird, turning: in a 19 score, giving
mm a total or 47.
P. C. Reihi, of Tacoma. grave Leith
a hard run for the Beckert trophy by
turning- in a score of 46, one less than
the winner. Reihl broke two sets of
15 straight, but in the doubles event
J. W. Seavey, of Portland, continued
his good shooting that he has been
doing einoe the tournament opened, and
lost only 10 out of 400 of the clay tar
gets. Seavey is an -amateur, and his
mark was better than the one turned
in by L. H. Reid, of Seattle, who was
high professional with a score of 387.
Mrs. Ada Schilling, of Portland, was
In fine form yesterday, and dropped
only nine of the last 100 birds for a
Gladys Reld, of Portland, turned In a
oore of 70 of the last 100.
Squad 1 joo Yds. 50
Keia, seam, wash. . . . . t4 X. . I..
G. Anderson, Kan Jose. Cal 72
C. K. McKelvey. Seattle. Wash... B5
J. A. Ba-grue. Taeonia, Wash..... 90
"William Hillls, Portland l5
P. J. Holnhan. Portland fll)
"J. Reld. Portland 84
Frank Troeh, Vancouver, Wash., o.5
H. it. Everdlng. Portland... 83
J. A. Troeh, Vancouver, Wash, ... 68
C. J. Wchilllnr. Portland 03
Jt. H. Veatch. Cottage Grova, Or. Rl
C. C. rodele, Albany. Or. ........ I1
O. B. Baker, Seattle, Wash 82
J. II. Da via, Seattle, Wash....... 74
F. Templet-on, Portland... P2
J. W. Seavey, Portland 9S
E. H. Keller, Portland J 01
C. Xj. Templeton. Prattle. Wash.. 02
J. H. Hopkins, Seattle, Wash 02
J. R. Owens, Wenatchee, Wash.. 70
Gladys Reid, Portland 79
G. P. Preston, Walla Walla 73
J. G. Clemson. Portland 73
George Stacey, North Yakima.... 03
T.. Rayburn. La Grande, Or.'..... 86
O. Berg, Heppner, Or 82
T. J. Mahoney, Portland 83
B. R. Patterson, Keppner, Or Ul
H. E. Foster, San Francisco..... 03
P. H. O'Brien, Butte, Mont 07
M. Slddall. Salem. Or as
il. H. Xewlanri. Pftrtlwnrt to
R. 8. Avery. San Francisco I 84 16 46
Enuad 8 .
P. Whitney, Woodburn, Or
K. G. Hawman, Woodburn. Or....
F. O. Joy, Portland
Mrs. A. Schilling. Portland
A. w. StrowgerJI Portland
t. A. Rlckara, Corvallis, Or
A. L.. Zachri.on, Portland
G. K. March. Spokane
H. K. Rlckellson, Portland
I Templeton, Albany
F. Dryden, Spokane
J. Taylor. Ogden, Utah
O. I j. Becker, ogden, Utah
E. Ford, Ogden, I'tah
J. Boon, Ogden, Utah
lt. McElroy. Spokane. Wash
K. J. Chingrren, Spokane, Wash...
t.. A. Fleming. Spokane, Wash...
C A. O'Connor. Snnkana Waah
B. o. Mann, Spokane, Wash 83
Sound 1 '2
P. P. Nelson. Yacolt, Wash
Al Seguln, Portland
F. Rlehl. Tacoma, Wash
Or. E. R. Seeley, Medford, Or. .
Squad J 3
F. P. Troeh. Vancouver, Wash... 9-'
II. A. Pollotk. Portland 83
Dr. C. E. Cathey, Condon, Or. ... 87
J. Lewis. Salem, Or gg
B. Pearson. Turner. Or 77
JeC. Morris, Portland 75
R- Dill, Saskatchewan. Can 85
J. P. Bull. Portland. 89
W. W. McCornack, Eugene, Or. . ." 07
Sou. A tK
J. S. Crane, Portland
B. Kompp. Eugene, Or ."
F. VanAtta, Vancouver, Wash..
D. B, Harrison, Palouse, Wash. . "
C. Lelth. Woodburn. Or. .. " .
W. J. Houser. Pomeroy. Waah....
O. Harm, Lewlston. Idaho
J, Gilbert, Pomeroy, Wash..
' 'nn. Lapwal, Idaho '.
B M. Robinson, Pomeroy, Wash..
I . .
' 18 43
! 20 o
I 10 41
i 16 41
' 18 46
r 20 42
. . 4.
oquaa 1 1
' rtJd'Bdel". Portland '(59
" riiiiiv, ron ana 71
r . , " ' 1 " . f uuisna. ....... CI
J. B. Troeh. Vancouver, Wash.
C. Becker, Cove, Or ..
H. Becker. Cove, Oh.
F. E. Dodele, Albany, Or'".
STS .P- Thornton. Portland..."."
E. Jlckerson, Corvallis, Or . .
,1rTr"tVlmK f'ir Program
SKVlraa' handlca INorthwes,
G. L. Beckert trophy shoot
C. B. McKelvey. Seattle . .15
TVIlllam Hlllla, Portland. .10
Jrank Troeh. Vancouver. .14
Veoetacey- N- Vaklma...l3
vL- ST- evy. Portland.. 11
F. Templeton, Portland. .12
V;,L-T"ril,l!,on- Seattle.. 12
11. K. Poston, San Fran.. 15
V.: hi Pecker, Ogden 13
w . VT. McCornack. Eug'n.13
,T. A. Dague, Tacoma.... 1
P. Whitney, Woodburn 15
C. Becker. Cove 9
II. Hacker, Cove 13
lr. O. t. Thornton. Port. .14
F. C, Rlehl. Tacoma 15
P. H. O'Urien. Butte 12
J. Chlnnren. Spokane.. 11
R. P. Knight. Portland. . .14
P. P. Nelson, Yacolt 12
J. A. Troeh. Vancouver 13
J. Poon, Offden. Utah 1
O. l.elth, Woodburn 15
J. Taylor. Ogden. Ctah..l4
J. II. Davis. Seattle 12
P. P. Preston. Walla Wa..l2
T. J. Mahoney. Portland.. 12
R. S. Avery, San Fran... .13
K. O. Newman, Wootiburn.J3
1 Templeton. Albany. 12
K. Ford. Ogden, Utah 12
O. A. Fleming. Spokane... 12
Q. 1 1. I h r, n Siwtltan. 1 ')
C. Lelth. Woodburn. winner of trophy.
Beenlts of Team Sheot.
Vancouver, Wash. F. VanAtta 18,
Troeh 17, Frank Troeh 20: total. 65
Portland. No. 1 H. R. Everdlns; 17, A
W. Strowger 18. R. P. Knight 18: total. 03
Spokane. Wash B. o. Mann 19. C. A
O'Connor 1. H. McElroy 1T total 54
Seattle. Wash. C. E. McKelvey 18. C, L.
Templeton 18, J. H. Hopkins 18: total. 54
Lewlston. Idaho W. j. Houser IK, C.
Hahn 19. N. Wann 18: total, 64.
,Wd?ur.n' r C- LHh i. p. Whitney
IB, K. Q. Hawman 18: total, 65.
La Orande. Or. H. Becker 17, C. Mapkey
10, C. Becker 20; total. r.O
Albany, or. M, Rlckard 1. C. O. Dodele
JO, K. Nlckerson 19: total. 57.
Portland, No. S F. Templeton 10. J. W
Seavey IB, E. H. Keller 20; total. 68
Salt Lake, Utah G. L Becker
Taylor 20. J. Doon 18; total. 67.
J. W. Seavey. Portland
F. VanAtta. Vancouver
Frank Trot'h. Vancouver .......
William Hillls, Portland
P. 11. O'Brien, Butle. Mont '
F.. J. Chlngren. Spokane ..........
. . .3S0
. . .30
. . .377
P. P. Nelson. Yacolt, Wash. .....74
C. E. McKelvey. Seattle 374
T. H. Reld. Seattle ....... .KT
F. r. Rlehl, Tacoma .883
H. I-:. Poston. San Francisco ........... .379
F. A. Dry den, Spokane .....376
J. B. Bull, Portland .......370
P. J. Holohan, Portland .................349
E. B. Morris, Portland ................ .-3SO
C. J. Schilling. Portland ............... .Sr.S
J. E. Reld, Portland 851
BRIEF SOLD TO liOTJISVTLLE
Pirates Dispose of Former Salt Lake
SALT LAKE. Utah, June 27. (Spe
cial.) "Bunny" Brief, former first
baseman of the Salt Lake club and
home-run record holder of the Coast
League, has been sold to the Louis
ville club of the American Associa
tion. Brief did not want to return
to Salt Lake, owing to the fact that
Mrs. Brief is about to undergo her
third critical operation.
While Brief has been sold to the
Colonels, the Salt Lake club will press
its claim against Pittsburg, which
club used Brief fully a week after their
option had expired.
GIANTS BACK Oil TOP
PHItS TAKE SECOND' PLACE BT
THEIR. LOSS TO SEW YORK.
Iteda Beat Pirate, 1 to 6, and Dodgers
Drab Brans, 7 ti 3 Cobs and
Browns Divide Double Bill.
PHILADELPHIA. June 27. New
York regained first place In the Na
tional League race by defeating Phila
delphia. Zimmerman rammed out a
homer In the first inning. O. Burns
made two double and a single In four
times at bat. Bancroft was charged
with four errors. Scores:
K. H. E. R. H. Ev
New York.. 4 6 llPhlladel'a .2 11 4
Batteries Benton, Perrltt and Rari
den; Lavender, Fitter? and Killefer.
Pittsburg 5, Cincinnati .
PITTSBURG. June 7. Cincinnati
scored five runs on five hits in the
fifth and sixth today, and won from
R. H. E. R. H. E
Cincinnati 6 11 II Pittsburg. 6 14 1
Batteries Regan. Ring and Wingo
Jacobs, Carlson. Miller and Schmidt.
St. Louis 2-6, Chicago 4-3.
ST. LOUIS, June 27. Chicago and
St. Louis divided a double-header.
Hornsby got three triplets in the- two
games. A batting rally in the seventh
won the second game for St. Louis.
Merkle hit a home run with Mann on
first in the eighth. Scores:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Chicago ..4 10 2jSt. Louis... 2 S 2
Eateries Vaughn and Wilson; Doak
R. H. E.l R. H. E.
Chicago ...S 5 SjSt. Louis C 10 0
Batteries Prendergast. Adrich, Har
rison and Elliott; Horstman. O'Day and
Brooklyn 7, Boston 3.
BROOKLYN, June 47. Brooklyn won
from Boston. In the seventh Elvers,
Stallings, Smith and Tyler were put off
the field for keeping up a running fire
of comment on the work of Umpire
H. R. E. R. H. E.
Boston ....8 9 2Brooklyn ..7 10 3
Batteries Allen, Hughes and Tra-
gresser; Pfeffer. Reulbach and Meyers.
bigbee blanks Vancouver
Ex-Beaver Holds Brown's Men to
. 2 Hits and Spokane Wins, 1-0.
SPOKANE. Wash., June 27. Bigbee
pitched eight innings without a hit.
but Vancouver got two bingles in the
ninth and spoiled what might have
been a no-hit game. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Vancouver. 0 2 0Spokane. 14 3
Batteries Gipe and Cadman; Bigbee
Tacoma 4, Great Falls 6.
TACOMA. June 27. Great Falls de
feated Tacoma today, 6 to 4, in the
10th inning after Tacoma had made a
game uphill fight. Infielder Groehllng
and Catcher Lapan, obtained from the
Los Angeles Coasters, joined the Ta
coma club today. Score:
R.H. E. R. H.E.
Great Falls 6 8 SITacoma 4 9 3
Batteries Clark and Cheek; Suther
land and Lapan.
Butte 9, Seattle 11.
BUTTE. June 27. After Butt had
driven Eastley from the mound in the
third inning, Manager Leard went In
and held Butte practically helpless,
while his team was hitting behind him.
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Seattle... 11 11 2Butte 9 IS 2
Batteries Eastley, Leard and T. Cun
ningham; Harrington, Schinkle and
"Hank" Gowdy Joins Colors.,
NEW TORft, June 28. Harry M.
("Hank") Gowdy, catcher of the Bos
ton National League baseball club, left
here today for Columbus, O., where he
recently enlisted in the Ohio National
Guard to join the colors.
STAN-DDiO OF THE TEAMS.
National League, ,
W. ti. Pet. I NW. Tj. Pet.
85 21 .025! Cincinnati.. 33 35.485
B5 22 .614 Brooklyn 23 31.446
8R 30 .539' Boston. ... . 2382.418
Chicago. . .
Et. Louis... 82 30 .518 Pittsburg. . . 19 39.328
42 21 .6671 Detroit 29 30.492
37 24 .007i Washington. 24 36 .400
NewTork.. 3.1 ft .:: St. I.ouis. . .. 23 38.377
Cleveland.. 33 32 .508! Philadelphia 20 37.351
, American Association,
tndlnnap'lls 44 25 .38Columbus. .. B4 S3 .507
St. Paul.... 85 28 .5361 Minneapolis. 30 35.462
Louisville.. -36 33 .522 Toledo 2941.414
Kansas City 31 30 .508! Milwaukee.. 24 88 .3S7
Seattle S4 27 .557'Butte 2S SB .463
Tacoma. 31 25 .554 Vancouver. . 28 34.452
Great Falls. 80 25 .545 Spokane. . . . 26 84 .433
American Association At Minneapolis 8,
Columbus 2; at Milwaukee 8, Toledo S; at
Kansas City 6, Indianapolis 6; at St. Paul
1. Louisville 0.
Western League At Wichita 11-6. 8t. Jo
seph 5-3: at Dnver 3-3. Joplln 1-5: at Lin
coln, rain; at Sioux City 6, Dei Moines 9.
Northwestern League Great Falls 6, Ta
coma 4: Spokane 1, Vancouver 0; Seattle 11,
Where the Teams Play Hext Week.
Pacific Coast League Portland at Salt
Lake, Oakland at Los Angeles; Los Angeles
at San Francisco.
How the Series Stand.
Pacific Coast League Portland one game.
Vernon one game; Salt Lake two games, Oak
land no game: Los Angeles two games, San
Francisco no game.
Where the Teams Plrny This Week.
Pacific Coast League- Portland vs. Ver
non at Los Angeles, Oakland at Salt Lake;
Los Angeles at San Francisco.
Beaver Batting Averages.
Ab. H. Av.l
Williams. Sna 97 .32l!PlnIli... ..
Wllle 2'.0 86 .296(Houck
Borton... 237 65 .274 Baldwin. . .
Rodgers.. 311 85 ,273lFincher
Farmer... 28 "6 .2.5jBrenton. . .
Hollocher 330 81 .245'Penner. . . .
Fisher.. . 1T4 o .230iHaxstad.
Sia-lln .. 3o2 60 JiUl
Ab. Tt. At.
47 10 .213
40 8 .200
Will DOUBLES MATCH
Rupert and -Adams, -Juniors,
Give Veterans Hard Tussle
in Irvingtcn Play.
OTHER EVENTS ARE CLOSE
Stellar Match Is Staged la After
noon When Miss Campbell and
A. IJ. Wakemaa Beat Misa Mc
Dowell and Crawford.
The youngsters playing in the an
nual Spring handicap tournament of
the Irvington Tennis Club yesterday
kept np their form displayed to date
and gave the veterans a hard run.
Johnson and House won from Ru
pert and Adams, 11-9, 7-5. The losers
are mere youngsters and kept the vet
erans going hard to win.
Miss Stella Fording and Olln Lewis,
another pair of youngsters, won from
Mrs. J. P. Mulder and A. R. Munger,
6-4. 2-6. 6-3.
Miss Irene Campbell and A. D.
Wake man, owe 30, played the stellar
match of the afternoon, beating Miss
Marie McDowell and J. W. Crawford,
who had received 30, by 3-6, 10-8,
6-3. In the second set the losers were
within one point of Winning several
times, but only the .consistency dis
played by the winners kept them from
The results of yesterday's play fol
low: Sim Winch beat Jamee Fhlves, by default.
R, G. Percival beat Allen Hofmtnn. 7-6.
Ralph Mitchell beat Verne Preston, 6-2,
Mrs. Wentworth beat Mrs. Gregg. 7-5,
Lilly Fox beat Frances Lounaberry, 6-3,
Johnson and House beat Rupert and
Adams. ll-. 7-5.
Ruth Hall and K. A. Johnson beat Lobb
and Smash, by default.
Lilly Fox and George Dnrfaam beat Eliza
beth Wiggins and W. A Goss, 6-4, 8-2.
Arline Cameron and Elwood Wiles, Jr.,
beat Mrs. Northrup and P. W. Lewis, 6-3,
S. B. Cooke defeated Parelius, Tuesday,
6-4, 4-6, 6-4.
The schedule for today:
0 A. M. Milan Rupert versus H. E.
10 A M. Ooiiald Robertson versus Ralph
12 M. Olln Lewis versus P. W. Lewis.
2 P. M. Harriet Johnson and Irena Camp
bell versus Mrs. Harrlgan and Mrs. Mulder.
3 P. M. Mrs. Wentworth versus Irene
8:30 P. M. Stella Fording and Mrs.
Northrup meet Agnes McBride and Marie
4 P. M. Lilly Fox versus Arline Cameron;
Lewis and Lewis versus Shlves and lurham;
Arline Cameron and Klwood Wiles, Jr.,
versus Irene Campbell and A. D. Wakeman.
5 P. M. Mrs. Harrlgan and H. S. House
meet Agnes McBride and E. H. Smith: Stella
Fording and Olln Lewis versus Frances
Lounsberry and J. P. Mulder; A. R. Munger
and R. G. Percival meet J. W. Campbell
and Verne Preston; Lilly Fox and Persls
Pettis meet Arline Cameron and Elisabeth
Wiggins: Persls Pettis and J. C. Adams
meet Harriet Johnson and James Shlvea.
6:30 P. M. W. A. Goss and Donald Rob
ertson meet Kenneth Smith and Allea Hot
Due to an error in the recording of
the scores at the Irvington Tennis
Club Tuesday S. B. Cooke was men
tioned as losing to Kenneth Parelius.
The report should have named S. B.
Cooke the winner. Chairman uoss, in
giving the scores made a mlssstatment.
Cooke defeated his younger opponent.
6-4, 4-6, 6-4.
What Ex-Coasters Did in the
DAVE BANCROFT, ex-Beaver, made
four errors for the Phillies. He
handled five chances cleanly and made
"Gavvy" Cravath "got three singles
and a run.
Wilhoit, Vx-TIger, got a double and
a single for Boston.
Ivan Olson, ex-Beaver, scored three
runs, made a double and two singles,
for the Dodgers.
Jimmy Johnston, ex-Oak. got two
singles and handled 11 chances for
Cutshaw went hltless for Brooklyn.
"Duffy" Lewis got two singles and
stole a base for Boston.
"Roily" Zelder broke in the second
game with a double for Chicago.
"Rowdy" Elliott. ex-Oak, was blanked.
Horstman, ex-Angel, held the Cubs to
Jack Graney, ex-Beaver, got a hit
Joe Evans, ex-Beaver, scored once
for the Indians.
"Ping" Bodie," ex-Seal, went hltless
for the Athletics.
Ray Bates, ex-Beaver, doubled, stole
and scored for Connie Mack.
Roger Pecklnpaugh, ex-Beaver, sin
gled and stole a base for New York.
Toung got a double in both games for
Harrv Heilmann, ex-Beaver and BeaL
was blanked in the first game but rot
three hits in the second game lor the
Oscar VItt went nitiess ana maae an
"Tub Spencer, ex-Angel, doubled for
"Swede" RIsberg, ex-Tiger, got a
triple and three singles in the first
game and a double and two runs in the
second game for the White Sox.
"Chuck" Ward, ex-Beaver, now witn
Pittsburg, singled and scored.
Schmidt singled and scored, lie also
had a passed ball, catching for the
SCHWTXD PLAYS FOR TACOMA
Former Big Leaguer, Now Enlisted,
Bats .500 for Tigers.
TACOMA, Wash., June 27. (Special.)
Art Schwind, a member of the Eighth
Company, Reserve Engineers, got into
baseball again today. At bat Schwind
showed to good advantage by clout
ing .800. Oddly enough he didn't have
a chance . in the field, but during
practice he performed like a phenom.
Schwind is a ballplayer of experience
having pastlmed in the Texas League
for four years. While a member of
the Boston Nationals in 1914 he broke
his leg and retired.
Schwind enlisted in the Army a short
time ago and today Bald that he ex
pected to go East with his regiment
about July 15. He probably will be
available most of the time up to that
W. F. BACKCS WIXS TOCRXEY
Victor Makes Average of 167 2-5
Feet In Casting Event.
Only one event was held at the cast
ing tournament of -the Multnomah
Anglers' Club at the Oaks last night,
and that was the distance bait cast
with three-fourth ounce tackle.
W. F. Backus was first with 167 2-5
feet. A. E. Burghduff second, 132 4-5
feet, and Carl F, Smith, third with
Ill 2-5 feet. These scores were the
averages made from five casts.
The longest cast went to William C.
Block, with a mark of 186 feet. W. F.
Backus cut loose with a 177-foot cast,
and A. E. Burghduff was good for 172
feet. Carl P. Smith made 148 feet and
W. P. Kfelser 137.
Woman Bowler Seeks Match.
Miss May Brown, the champion wom
an bowler of Portland, has offered to
meet any woman bowler on the Pa
ct fit Coast. Miss Brewn Is at the Oaka
Park bowling alleys.
I. 0. 0. F. HISTORY TRACED
Patriarch of Order Xiectares at Kigh
William H. Barnes, paat grand master
L O. O. F. delivered an address last
evening In the Washington High School
auditorium. Mr. Barnes was grand
scribe of the grand encampment of
California, and also past grand master
of the state of Georgia. ,
The address of the evening was pre
ceded by a piano solo by Airs. A. H.
Mr. Barnes, though 83 years of age,
is an orator of renowned ability. He
traced the career of the American Or
der of Oddfellows since the organiza
tion of Washington Lodge No. 1 In
Baltimore at the beginning of the 18th
century, through its problems of the
Civil War down to the present.
90 -DAY SENTENCE GIVEN
Delia Jones Arrested for Violating
Prohibition Law Here.
To Delia Jones was given a 90-day
suspended sentence in Municipal Court
yesterday for violating the prohibi
tion law. She was arrested- last Tues
day night by Patrolmen Spaugh and
Whitehead after she had sold the two
officers a pint of whisky for 3. She
received leniency at the hands of the
court upon the recommendation of
Deputy District Attorney Ryan.
May Brown was fined S2S By Judge
Stevenson for selling intoxicating
liquor. She was arrested Tuesday
night by the same officers while in
the act of selling another man a drink
of whisky for 2-5 cents.
AUXILIARY PLANS DANCE
Mothers and Sweethearts to Send
Comforts to Company C.
Company C Auxiliary, organized to
add to the comfort and welfare of the
members of this unit of the Third Ore
gon, met last night for the first time
after forming the organization and dis
cussed plans for collecting funds for
the benefit of the company.
'A dance will probably be held on
the night of July 10, the proceeds from
which will be devoted to purchasing
comforts for the men in the company.
Mrs. c W. O'Brien is president of the
uxillary and Miss Eleanor Hanson
secretary. The organization will meet
every Wednesday night at the Central
VIADUCT MAY BE CONCRETE
Railroad Company Offers to Pay
naif if City Will Build.
Under an agreement between City
Commissioner Dleck and the O. W. R.
& N. Company, a permanent steel and
concrete viaduct may be erected at
East 33d street over the railroad
tracks. In place of the present frame
bridge. The railroad company offers to
pay one-half the cost, the city paying
the other half from general taxation.
The frame structure will be used
until the regrade project along the
O. W. R. & N. tracks is completed.
Under a contract between the com
pany and the county the county Is lia
ble for the permanent maintenance of
the present viaduct.
FIFTH ARREST IS MADE
Police Charge Men With Belonging
to Band of Auto Thieves.
Police Captain Jenkins and Patrol
man Hunt enrested Jack O'Connor and
J. King yesterday and are holding the
two men on a larceny charge in con
nection with, several automobile
The two men are thought to have
taken part in operations of the alleged
automobile band who have caused the
police considerable trouble of late.
The arrest yesterday was the fifth
in the past week by Captain Jenkins
and Patrolman Hunt in this connec
tion. E. W. HOBACK EXONERATED
Coroner's Jury Frees Clarence Ii.
Amsbury's Slayer of All Blame.
A- Coroner's Jury yesterday exonerat
ed E. W. Hoback of all blame in con
nection with the fatal shooting of
Clarence L. Amsbury Monday night.
It was found br the Jury that Mr.
Amsbury had come to his death from
revolver wounds fired In self-defense
by Mr. Hoback. Mr. Hoback was re
leased from the City Jail Tuesday
night. He had been detained pending
an investigation Into the case.
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LUMBER BODY ARRIVES
TRADE COMMISSION IS OX WAV TO
BEMu TO STIDI IXDrSTRT.
Tomorrow Members Will Inspect Son
of Maanfaetsutnsr Plant mm4 May
Attend Coaveattoa Merc.
Members of the Federal Lumber
TraMe Commission passed through
Portland last nfifht on their way to
Bend, where they will study the pine
lumber industry today.
They will return to Portland tomor
row and pass the day inspecting some
of the principal fir manufacturing
plants on the Willamette and Colum
In the afternoon It is probable that
they will attend the regular monthly
meeting of the West Coast Lumber
Association at the Benson Hotel. While
it is understood to be the intention of
the commission to leave for Grays Har
bor and Puget Sound tomorrow night,
efforts will be made to keep them here
another day. '
Members of tb commission are:
John R. .Walker, Nelson C. Brown,
Roger iS. Simmons and A. 1L Oxholm.
They are on a tour of t-he principal
lumber producing and manufacturing
districts of the United States prepara
tory to thrir departure for Europe.
They will go to Europe on a Joint
mission for the Federal Government
and the lumber manufacturers of the
country. Their object Is to study mar
ket conditions abroad, with the view
of opening further possibilities for ex
tension of the lumber trade of Amer
ica. They will visit every country Into
which they can gain entrance and
probably 'will be abroad for a year or
BULLETIN IS STARTLING
"God Damn the Kaiser," Board
Seems to Read.
The bulletin board of the Church of
Good Tidings, Last Twenty-fourth and
Broadway, appeared to carry a start
ling sermon announcement last night
when passersby, as is their weekly
wont about Wednesday, stopped to read
the pastor's announcement for the
coming Sunday sermon.
The bulletin from a distance seemed
to Bay that Rev.- F. T. Scott, pastor
would preach on "God Damn the
Kaiser." In reality, closer observation
of the bulletin board showed that the
pastor's subject In its entirety is "Has
Any American the Right to Say: "God
Damn the Kaiser' 7"
Dr. Scott announced last night that
his sermon will take up the recent re
mark of Dr. Newell Dwight Hillls,
famous Brooklyn preacher and writer.
who. on the recent liberty bond cam
palgn tour, took occasion to paraphrase
a well known German nome motto,
"God Bless the Kaiser." Dr. Hillls said.
explaining that he meant no sacrilege
that the motto should better read'God
Damn the Kaiser."
J. R. HOLMAN COMMISSIONED
Ex-Chief Engineer of O.-W. It. & N,
Is Officer in Eighth Regiment.
J. R. Holman, ex-chief engineer of
the O.-W. R. & N. Company, has been
commissioned Lieutenant-Colonel of
the Eighth Regiment, Reserve Engi
neers, now being recruited on the Pa
Mr. Holman was in charge of the en
gineering department of the O.-W. R.
& N. Company and lived in Portland
until about 18 months ago, when he re
signed to tnke active charge of his
.v$fc -Nf.:t; ;;:
vi-w-f ji 1 1 j ti-. $
THE MOST DELIGHTFUL
of July Trip
-of Portland for Ql
To the restful seashore resorts by North
Bank Road Limited Trains. Columbia
River at flood stage a magnificent sight.
Observation Parlor Cars.
and Seaside sold
return on the -5th.
ranch near Fort Torth. Tex. He has
had large engineering experience, par
ticularly in railroad construction work,
which is the detail that his regiment
will have to perform when it gets to
- Mr. Holman was In Portland a few
days ago to arrange some of his pri
vate affairs preparatory to his going
Into the service.
ROOM FOR RELICS ALLOTTED
Auditorium to House Exhibit of Ore
gon Historical Society.
The i. ilea of the Oregon Historical
Society will find their permanent home
on the second and third floors of the
Public Auditorium building. Mayor-
HOTELS zSr BUNGALOWS NATATORIUM
326 Chamber of Commerce Bull dine Pernaad, Oreaoo. Phone Main 7270
HOTEL, B A YO CE AN BAYSIDE INN
OPEN JULY 1
Overlooklaft- the far 1 fie. Svperb view
rrens every wtaaow. Hoapltable
iatet. Prices Jast aa aaverliesl tXJMt
t xse) per 4ir. Make yo r seeei i a
! new. MRS, W. K. Ut'TCHI.SO..
OVERLOOKING THE OCEAN.
Seaside. Clatsop Beach. Oregon. Ameri
can plan. Most attractive spot on the
south shore of Clatsop Beach. Four
hours from Portland, via 8., P. & S. Ry.;
fifty minute from Astoria, where con
nections are made with all boat lines.
Finest beach this side of San Diego.
Excellent bathing, boating, fishing,
golf, auto trips, walks to Tillamook
Head and many other Interesting spots.
Sea foods a specialty. Ask for booklet.
DAN J. MOORE, Prop.
MountHood Auto Stages
Fifth season of reliable service S A. M.
dally to Welches, Tawney's, La Casa
Monte and Rhododendron, 16.00 round
trip. Government camp, $8.50.
Tickets, Information and reservations
at - DORSRY B. SMITH TRAVKL Rli
RKAl. 11 Third St., corner Washing
ton. Marshall 1979. or IRVINGTON
(iARAdK k AUTO CO, IC, J. L. S.
Saead. Pres. Cut 135, C 3162. Last 14th
MOtJ.VTAM RROOK IW.
Near Mount Adams and Ice and Lava Caves.
An Ideal vacation resort. Oood fishing,
tennis and croquet. Home cooking.
rroaucrs irom our rarm served. Ex
cellent table. Train leaving Portland
at 9:5S A. M. meets auto at White Sal
mon for Trout Lake. For particulars
Inquire of M. Billings, No. 509 McKay
: ' ,r u, uregon. fnone Main
Kaies z.bu per aay. Weekly
rates )12 to 14.
MT. HOOD STAGES
Round -Trip Tickets $6.00
To Arrak Wanna, Welrhea, Tawaey'a,
i,awnounrsi ana neturs . aa.
Government Camp and Rrtsra $8JM
fin; ivage irom nostlMm Seed Co-
145 2d. near Alder, Main 695. A JsiL
ABUmwH rms, iUIMQ
illustrated Pamphlet on Request.
The Jewett Farm
The Jewett Farm Home Ik Just across the
Columbia, from Hood Kiver. on the bluffs
m Loiuinun ; 4u acres or beauty
Choice of rooms la cocaoes or main dwell
ing. A charming; place to apend a fe
weeks. "It has a rilatlrtotltra. nrn .n.u
Cool, healthful, see tile. The best of food,
well cooked and daintily and appetlxlnpciy
served. Address Jewett arm Home. YVUite
Tawney's Mountain Home
Ideal spot." Hunting, fishing, camp
ing privileges, saddle horses, home
cooking, etc. Rates rrisonihls Sn.ni.i
Sunday chicken dinner. Large inde-
fteiiueui uuiigaiows xor tnose who pre
JT. U. TAWKBT, Prop.
Hotel OREGON oiS
On the Columbia River Highway. if you
want to see the moet scenic part of the far
famed Columbia River district come up lo
Hood Rirer and p-nd a few days look In n
over the wonderful Hood River Valley. Tour
ists, slahtseere, anslera and mountain climb
era nuke the Hotel Oregon their headquar
ters. The Hotel Oregon will help to make
your trip enjoyable. Plan your auto trip
from Portland to atop over nlxht here.
F. w. Chlnlund. Prop.
A bit of Switserlnnrt In America.
2i hours from Portland. Accom
modations tlie best. JltnKlntted
booklet free. C. W. J. linkrni.
Host, WniK Salmon. Wsm.Ii.
- Trip Tickets to Gearhart
July 3 and 4. Good for
Tickets at Office:
Fifth and Stark
Tenth and Hoyt
eleet Baker and officers of the society
went through the building yesterday
and selected the space. The relics will
be moved in as soon as the building
In the plans for the building provi
sion was made for good display spaces.
The epaces allotted will provide plenty
cf rooia for the entire collection and
for storage under fireproof conditions
of the thousands of historic books and
files owned by the society.
Anglers Meet Friday Night.
The regular meeting of the Multno
mah Anglers' Club will be held on Fri
day at 8:30 P. M.. on the second rioor
of the Oregon building, northwest cor
ner of Fifth and Oak Streets. Gni C.
Moser will tell the members something
about the difficulties of obtaining
proper fish and game lefrislwtlrm.
Tinest Beach Resort
A irmta hoase place en the bay aide.
Ia every way desirable. SPECIAL
HATKI FOR FAMI1.1KS.
Ud delleatcsMsen la aovse.
w ft-1 r, r.rr!T if
In Scenic Packages
Adds greatly to ths pleasure of a
Sent by Parcel Post or Express
anywhere In the United States or
. Satisfaction and Delivery Guar
anteed. The Hazelwood
Confectionery & Restaurant
Washington St. at Tenth,
Jantien Tib stitch
The foarm einrir r a
pore wool yrs9 mafeptisem
Portland Knitting Company
Mail, them todat
Films Developed Free!
when prints are ordered.
We pay return postage.
Five-hour expert service.
Largest Photo Supply House
in the Northwest.
Woodard, Clarke & Co.
Wood -Lark Bldg., Alder at W. Park
ASTORIA AMD WAT LANDINGS
leavee T A. M. dally. except Friday. Bun
days T:SO A. M. Returning leave Astoria
k P. M. Arrives Portland S P. 11.
BTK. LIKI.INE leaves 7:tS A. M. dally
except Sunday. Returning leaves Astoria
7 P. M.
Mala Kit Washington t. Dock A41tt
COLt'MBlA KIVEB'S BEtVeSORT
Shipherd's Hot Springs
A mountain resort for health, rest and
recreation ; hot mineral water baths;
general pleasure attractions, including:
swimming1 pool In Bummer season.
Engage your hotel accommodations in
advance when possible.
MINERAL BPRIXG HOTEL CO
Ideal spot, modern family hotel, country
and seashore combined. Ocean in full view:
large yard for children, croquet : round,
best culstae and table service, fishing;, surf
bathlngr. electric llffhtn. Buy railroad ticket
to Beach Center Station. Trains stop ruht
at door. Postofflce, Long Beach, Wash.
Rates reasonable. Mrs. Dedman, Prop.
J. E. Reynolds. Proprietor. uler. Washing
ton. In the I-ictorewque Trout Iake Valley.
Bide trips by auto or horseback to Lava and.
Ice Caves, Indian Race Track, Steamboat
Lake, etc. Mt, Adams auto road to Morri
son Valley, at the buse of the mountain.
Oood trout flshlnff. tennis and croquet
grounds and swimming; pool In connection.
Amusement Hall with dancing, bowling and
billiards, near the hotel. Hates: Kooin audi
Boaxd, far day. J10 jir ttk