Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, June 19, 1919, Page 14, Image 14

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THE MORNING OREGOXIAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1919.
THE HAPPIEST FELLER THAT I KNOW.
I tie vise sort arintz
FOR OAKS
Two Young Pitchers Touched
Up for 12 Scores.
PORTLND PUTS FOUR OVER
Oakland Bans Wild on Bases, Steal
ing Eight Times Almost
Without Interference.
Pmrirw- Coast Lean Standinr.
W. L Pet. I W. L. Pet.
Vom AbiCh 41 IS .3 Salt Las... 31 S3 .4S4
V.rnoo 33 31 .S30 Sacramento. 29 3J .4&3
Oakland 31 32 .5-V Portland.... 28 38.434
bo t'.-u 37 33 -ill. Seattle 21 38 -3S7
Yesterdar's Results.
At San rranclsco Oakland 12. Portland 4.
At Loa Anccles VernM 10. Seattle S.
At Sacramento Sacramento 2. San Fran
cisco 2.
At Salt Lake Salt Lake S. Loa Anf-sles 2.
BAN FRANCISCO. CaL. June 18. I
(Special.) Portland lost to tho Oaka
aaain today.
ilcCredie used two young pitchers
and neither of them showed much.
"Suds" Sutherland won some game op
north but he was no puzzle to the Oaks
yesterday, and when ha entered at the
and of the fifth inning; tha Oaks had
collected seven runs.
The sixth saw a young- man named
Adolph Zsrcifcl pitching' for Portland.
with Koehler catching-. This boy Zwei-
fel waa with Portland training; at
Jlaryiville two years ago. Mae has
Adolph with him again, so It must be
he uses him to rest his eyes: certainly
there was nothing about his actions
yesterday that would Indicate that ha
can pitch.
Adolph got rid of the first two men
who faced him in the sixth and after
that the Oaks made four runs. It was
not all the fault of Adoiph. but as he
allowed three hits he contributed bis
share to the general rout.
With a jug handled acore In his fa.
or Holling let down and the Beavers
got a brace of bits in tha eighth and
another pair In the ninth, accounting
for their four runs.
The Oaks rsn wild on the bases
They stole eight times and it got so
that when a man started for second
Jel Baker waa Inclined to throw to
third to head him off.
Oakland
B R H O Al
S O O S OF
Portland I
is K H O Al
aPfti.r. .3313 OiLane.1
w later 1. a 3 3 1 5
Fllue.l... 4 0 1 S
Mainel.ia 3 0 0 3
Mllln.-J.. 4 0 10
U'aiker.1. 4 01
Baker c.. 3 O 0 1
Karter.s.. 10 0
utherd.p 3 0 O 0
Knehler.c 2 S 0 1
7.eifel.D 10 0 0
Falleni'e 10 0 0
Totala 34 4 24 17! Total.. 3S 12 13 2T 12
Portland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 4
Oakland 3 1003401 12
3 Murphy.3
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2 Cooper.ro,
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0 3umpf.s.
3 Milia r. .
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3 2 I
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2 2 4 0
2 2 8 3
12 14
13 1
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DISTRIBUTORS
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UnYJiF-i&XfxklX YORK LOSES FIRST GA5IE
"Wares 2. S'umpf. afttze 2. Two-base bits.
Mirse 3; Cooper, Hpeaa. Sacrifice hit.
UtM-he. Bases on nalla Satherland 5. Hoi-
Una 3. Zwelfel 3. Struck out. Sutherland 1.
lfolllna 3. Zwetfel 1. Double play. Sturapf to J
stares to Roche. Runs reipnnsioia lor.
Sutherland 4. Holling 3, Zwelfel S. Charae
defeat to Sutherland.
TO CLEVELAND, 13 TO 3.
SENATORS WIN FROM SEALS, 3-2
Timely niltlng In Eighth Clinches
Contest for Sacramento.
SACRAMEIfTO. June 18. Pierey held
San Francisco to lour hits and Sac
ramento won the opening- game of the
series from the Seals. 3 to 2. The
Senators came from behind and scored
two runs in the eighth Inning; by time
ly hitting.
Pierey and Pinelll. who singled In
field, scored on Eidred's clean drive
over second, after Middleton had been
.riven a pass in the eighth. Score:
Ban Francisco Sacramento-
It R H O Al H R H u A
Boston Is Beaten Fifth Straight Con
test, St. Louis Winning Fast
Game by Score of S to 2.
WASHTXGTOX Juno 18. Shaw out-
pitched Cicotte and blanked Chicago,
Washington taking the opening game
of the series. It was Cicotte's frist
defeat after eight straight victories.
Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Chicago.... 0 8 lWashington.2 S
Batteries Cicotte and Schalk;
Shaw and Gharrity.
Cleveland 13, New York 3.
ritia-d.r 4 o 1
S-luck.m 3 10 4
Cave'y.a 4 O O 2
OnJ'IL2 4 O I 3
Krte'n r.l 3 O O 7
rxn'llT.l. 2 1
Kamm.3. 3 0
Ba-d'n.c 3 0
famtth.p. 3 0
0 Plnelll.3.
0 Mlrt lfn.l
2 K Wi red m
1 Wolter.r.
1 :rlai,.l .
0 3 O !VC r.5 3 0 0
.1 4
0-0 O 0
0 2 3 0
113 0
2 13
1 Orr.a 3
2 Kl.her.c. 3
3 Plercy.p. 3
1
1
111
Totals 29 2 4 24 10 Totals 30 8 S 27 15
in Fram-lsco 10O0001 0O
bacramcnta 00010002
Error. Smith. Two-oae hit. Gtirsa. Sar
Tlrice hlta Connollv. Kamm. Bahee on
balla off Smith 2. Pierey 2. Struck out. by
Smita 1. Plercr I. tilt by pitcher. Con
nolly ly Plercy. Runs responsible for.
Pierey 2. Smith 3. Iefi oa bases, San Fraa
Ciaco 4. Sacramento .V
BEES WIX
FITCIIERS BATTLE
Jjo Angeles Ivocs Second Game at
Salt Lake. 3 to 2
SALT LAKE CITT. June IS. Salt
f lke defeated Is Angeles here today.
!3 to 2. In a pitchers battle In which
each team waa credited with seven
hits. It waa a reversal of yesterday's
same and the "tightest" played here
this season. Score:
I Loa inf'N I Salt
H K M t A ARHOA
o o MaCert m 3 O 2 1
s J h R.on.s 3
1 Mulver.l. 1
OShrely. i.. 2
1 Kumler.r. 3
OKrua-.I. .. 4
3 Mu;;ic'n.3 8
4 R ler.c. . . 4
5 pencer.c O
uoutd.p.. 3
ke I
4
0 S
I Itl'llV.a 3
! Fab'qufS 4
Foam r.l 4
1 'rard.r 4 0
Krn thy.2 4 1 2 S
. Klils.1... 3 O 1 0
N.lhoff.3 2 111
Ka:er.e 3 0 14
1'eruca.p 3 O O O
I
0 o
1 o o
lis
lis
0 2 1
o o o
O 1 10
O 1
0 O 1
Totala. S 3 T 24 20! Totala. 2S 3 7 27 12
Im Ancles O 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2
rait Lake 0 001 0002 3
Frrora. RT'ta, Sfulirey. Two-bawe bit.. Ma
rert. himi'r. Home run a. thorf. hee!y.
frarrlflce hits. TT.lils. Ne'.hoff. Bumier. triu!tl.
Mon bases. Macsert. klrus. Bases on balls,
off Pertica S. off tou:d 2. Struck out. by
Ivrtlca 3. by tuld K Ftur.s re.pon?!b:e for.
PerMca 3. tu.d 1. rouble plays. Kabiique
to Foumlr to Nelhoft to Basjler: GoiLd to
Jiyler to Boeeir.
VEKtOX BELVTS SE.TTLE. 10-3
tc ho rr Pilches Good Ball l"p to
Sixth, When Tables Are Turned.
LOS ANGELES, Juno 18. Vernon
eutslugged Seattle and took the first
a-ame of their series easily hers today.
10 to 2. Fchorr pitched good ball up
to the sixth Inning but showed poor
control and was hit hard from that
time on. Score:
Seattle Vernon
BRROAI BRROA
TVal.a.3. 4 0 3 2 4 Mltrhell.s 4 3 2
(-utm.nl 4 0 1 3 0 t'h db n.m 4
Xarper.r. 4 0 110 Meusel.3 3
1'ompt'n.l 4 0 O 1 0 tSorton.l. 4
Knlght.2 2 0 0 3 3 K.l stoa.r 3
O chm n.l 4 0 S 10 UHish.l... 3
French.. 3 111 3 Fi.lier.2. . 4
lpan.c. 4 1 1 3 o D'v'rm'r.c 3
bcborr.p. 2 10 0 1 Dawsoo.p 3
-I
0 13
10 0
2 2 8
2 12
12 1
0 3 3
0 0 S
10 0
NEW TORK. June 18. Cleveland hit
the ball hard and defeated New lork
in the first game of the series. Th
victory enabled Clevefand to tie Chi
cago for first place. Score:
R. H. E. it. H. K.
Cleveland.. 13 IS 31New Tork.. .3 10
Batteries Bagby and O'Neill: Thor
mahlen. Russell, Nelson, McGraw and
Hannah, Ruel.
fans, now is with the Milwaukee club.
liu I WI'icn 13 in cnarge di uarenca nww-
II I land, former leader of the white Sox.
1 MHIJann. K a ,
Walsh was not through, and gave him
a chance to stage his "comeback
against St. Paul. Walsh mowed the
hard-hitting saints with ease. A few
days later Walsh went against the Kan
sas City club and won 14 to 3. Now the
fans are pulling for him to take his
regular turn.
Roy Patterson Insisted he was "as
good as ever" when Joe Cantillon told
him he was going to use him as a
coach. "Pat" said if he couldn't be a
regular he wouldn't sign. The contract
was signed and Patterson pitched for
Minneapolis against Milwaukee. He
went the entire distance and his team
won.
Charley Hall, another former hero of
the big show, is going well for St. Paul.
At one time he starred for the Red Sox.
Two years ago Manager Mike Kelley
sent him to the Pacific coast league.
The warm western sun seemed to instill
new fight In Hall and this year he came
back to St. Paul and has been doing his
share in the Saints' fight for premier
honors.
St. Louis 3, Boston 2.
BOSTON. June 18. Boston lost Its
fifth straight game when St. Louis,
with Sothoron pitching, defeated the
champions. Score:
R. H. E.1 R. H. E
St. Louis... .3 7 4Boston 2 S
Batteries Sothoron and Mayer
James, Dumont and Schang.
Totals..Sl 3 T 24 13 Totals. .33 10 11 27 12
Seattle SO 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 3
Vernon 1 0 0 1 0 2 3 8 x 10
F.rror. Harperi Glelchmann. Fl.her. Stolea
r-aaea. Knight. La pan. French, laeuael, Mor
ton 12. Twebae hit. Fl.her 12. Hlsh.
Sacrifice hits, Chadbourne, Meuael. Baee. on.
iMtlla, Dawson 4, Schorr a Struck out. Paw
eon 7: Schorr 4. Runs responsible for,
U.pon 3, Schorr 9. Double play. Flaaer to
atitchell to Borton.
Understand that anyone who wants
to buy varnish for the floor after July
1 will have to bring the floor along
to prove it-
Detroit 3, Philadelphia 3.
PHILADELPHIA. Juno 18. Errors
aided Detroit in defeating Philadelphia.
In the ninth, with two out and two on
bases. Perry made a wild pitch, Shor
ten scoring. Score:
R. H. E.l R. H. E
Detroit. 5 7 3.Philadelphla.3 6 2
Batteries Dauss. Kailio and Stan-
age; Kinney. Koperry ana AlcAvoy.
BOXIXG CAR.MVAL JTLY
Promising Bouts Staged in Kansas
City on Independence Day.
KANSAS CITT. Mo.. June 18. In i
boxing carnival here July 4. Mike Gib
bons of St- Paul and Jeff Smith of New
York will meet in a 10-round bout, and
Johnny Dundee and Harvey Thorpe will
mix in a lb-round affair.
Abe Attell. former featherweight
champion, will referee.
Besides the two main attractions
there will be a 10-round go between
Charley Arenron. a Rainbow division
fighter, and Joe McGowan, champion
lightweight at the Great Lakes naval
training station: Jack Sheehan. a wel
terweight "champ" of the 15th division
s scheduled to meet Jack Rush In an
eight-round bout.
CLCBMEX TO OPEX PAVILION
riane Under Waj for Big Dance at
Windemnth Resort.
With all arrangements complete. Paul
R. Dickinson, of the entertainment
committee of the Multnomah Athletic
club, is awaiting the time when the
new dance pavilion at Wtndemuth will
he thrown open to members of the club.
This will be the first time that the
pavilion will be open to the public Mr.
Woodward, proprietor of Windemuth,
has turned all his equipment over to
he club members and it is expected
that this will be one of the biggest
events in the history of tha club.
1919 GREAT FOR COMEBACKS
Ed Walsh and Roy Patterson, White
Sox Pitchers, Again in Game.
MILWAUKEE. Wis., June 18. This Is
the year of "comebacks" for former
major league baseball players. Several
men who won fame In years past en
tered the American association and
have been going the distance. They In
clude Ed. Walsh and Roy Patterson,
both great pitchers for the White Sox
in the old days.
Big Ed. Wslsh, idol of thousands of
THE brassie seems to have been
originally designed for a kind of
s- lie not uncommon on inland
courses the lie on a bare, smooth sur-
fsce, such as is afforded by a road or
path. The golfers of the famous links
at Musselburgh found that frequent re
coveries from the road which skirts the
course ran up too big a score, not only
on the card, but also in the clubmaker's
shop. And the tradition is that Mr.
Gilbert Mitchell Innes, one of the most
famous players of his day and many
times a medal winner at St. Andrews,
Musselburgh and Prestwick in the '60s
and '70s, was the man to bethink him
self of having a metal plate nailed on
to the sole of his spoon In order to pre
serve it from damage through contact
with the hard surface of the road. Thus
sprang into being the great progenitor
of the brassie.
If the balleis lying perfectly clean, as
it often is in such a case, and the dis
tance calls for a full shot, there is per
haps no reason why the stroke should
not he played in exactly the same man
ner as on the tee, except, of course
that the brassie is used in place of the
driver. But though the ball Is prac
tically teed, the hard road below it
seems to hold out threats of a broken
shaft as punishment for a foozled shot:
and the rule against soling the club
makes it rather more difficult to take
an accurate aim.
Through the green the method of
playing the brassie differs from the
method of playing tho driver. In the
first place, the ball lies low; it does not,
as in a tee shot, hold out promise of
great possibilities, but seems rather to
emphasize the need for closer attention
on the part of the player.
ST. LOUIS BESTS NEW YORK
BROOKLYN LAJfDS OX VAUGHX,
BEATING CHICAGO, 3 TO 1
After Winning Seven Straight Games
Pittsburg Loses to Boston, 6-5;
Cincinnati Wins, 4 to 1.
ST. LOUIS. June 18. A crowd esti
mated at 15,000 saw St. Louis defeat
New York. The locals won In the
sixth when singles by Miller and Stock,
a double by Hornsby and Schultz's
sacrifice fly produced two runs. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
New York. 2 3 l. St. Louis... 3 6 0
Batteries Benton and McCarthy;
Doak, Schupp and Snyder.
braska, has tendered his resignation,
effective September 1.
Stewart has been at the University oi
Nebraska for three years. He was a
coach at Mount Union college, Alle
gheny college and Purdue.
The department of athletics soon is
to be enlarged and when a new director
is appointed he will be given an in
creased staff of assistants. Before the
end of the next school year, the de
partment will occupy a new $40,000
gymnasium.
ALLIED HEADS TO SEE GAMES
President Wilson to Participate in
Inter-Allied Contests.
SUMMER RESORTS
HOTEL SEASIDE
OVERLOOKING
1HK OCKAN
American Plan.
Seaside, Clatsop Beach, Oregoa.
Cincinnati 4, Philadelphia 1
CINCINNATI, June 18. Cincinnati
won from Philadelphia, making the
eleventh defeat for the visiting club
since coming west two weeks ago.
Score:
R. H. E.
Philade'hla 1 6 2Cincinnatl .4 9 1
Batteries Packard and Clark; Eller
and Rariden.
PARIS, June 18. President Wilson
General John J. Pershing, President
Polncare and Premier Clemenceau will
participate in the ceremonies incident
to the opening of the inter-allied games
in the Pershing stadium, June 22. The
athletic events will extend over two
weeks.
It was announced today that Lieuten
ant Norman Ross, who holds the
world's championship at several- dis
tances, will be entered in all swimming
events. The Pacific coast swimmer has
R. H. E. I just arrived from America.
Brooklyn 3, Chicago 1.
CHAMPION HAS CLOSE RAGE
BASEBALL
National League Standings.
W. L. Pet. I W. L. Pet.
VewTork.. 30 15 .867'St. Louis 22 24.478
Cincinnati.. 2S it .U9 Brooklyn. . . : .tis
Chicago.... .m .oj.'irnnia ipais ui .or
Pittsburg.. .yjiuoaton ii.oi
American League Standings.
Chicago.... SO 16 .-"-( Detroit 22 23 .480
Cleveland.. 2'J 1 .32: Bo.ton IS 24 .J2
New York.. 27 15 Washington. 16 27.372
St. Louis... 23 22.511lPhilad'lphla 32 .220
How the Series Stand.
At San Francisco, Oakland 2 games. Port
land no game: at Los Angeles, Vernon 1
game. Seattle no game; at Sacramento 1
game. San Francisco no game: at Salt Lake
2 games, Los Angeles no game.
Where the Teams Play Next Week.
Portland vs. Vernon at Los Angeles; Se
ttle vs. Oakland at San Francisco: San
Francisco at Salt Lake, Los Angeies at Sacramento.
Beaver Batting Averages.
Ab. H. Ave. I Ab. H. Ave.
Speas 19 6 .315 Farmer... . 142 36 .251
Wlstersil.. 1S6 48 .:I7 Koehler. ... 3 20 .240
Siglln 239 72.301Maisel 124 29.233
Oldham... 68 20 .2U4!Penner 44 10.227
Walker... 191 54 .2S2 Fallentlne. 7 1.142
Baker 166 46 .277'Sutherland. 15 2.133
Rader 14.1 39 .2iJones 24 1.041
Cox 223 60 .264 Zweif el . . .. 1 0.000
Blue 247 4 .2581
CHICAGO. June 18. Brooklyn hit
Vaughn hard and won easily. Poor KELII ALMOST DEFEATS. KAHAX
base running by the visitors Kept tne
score down. Score: I . AMOKTJ IX JSWIM
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Brooklyn ..3 14 2IChlcago 1 8 2
Batteries Pfeiffer and M. Wheat, I Two Hawaiian Records Are Broken
Krueger; Vaughn and O'FarrelL I
ML J1UIIUIUIU u"ic.i"wia uwj.
Is Promising Swimmer.
Boston 6, Pittsburg 5.
PITTSBURG, June 18. After win
ning seven straight games Pittsburg
was defeated by Boston. Thorpe's
home run in the ninth inning tied the
score for the, visitors and his sacrifice
fly brought Powell over with the win
ning run in the eleventh. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Boston 6 7 llPittsburg ..6 12 0
Eleven innings.
Batteries Rudolph and Tragessor;
Cooper, Carlson and Schmidt.
Most delightful spot on the south shore, situated at the water's edge. Reached
via the S., P. & S. Ry. direct from Portland to Seaside, also Str. Georgiana and
O.-W. R. & N. boats to Astoria, where the A. J. Auto Co. makes connections for
Hotel Seaside. Autoists take beautiful Columbia River highway, which ter
minates at Hotel Seaside. Attractive features are golfing, motoring, surf
bathing, trout fishing, bowling, dancing, etc. Rates on application. A. S. Hoguo
of Nortonia Hotel, manager.
HOTEL SEAVIEW
FORMERLY HACKNEY COTTAGE
SEAVIEW
WASHINGTON
Located on NORTH BEACH, universally conceded to be the finest beach in
the Pacific Northwest splendid surf bathing near the hotel. Excellent table,
airy and comfortable rooms, reasonable rates.
For rates, write Hotel Seaview, Seaview, Wash.
POWER BOAT REGATTA JULY 4
Mississippi River Meet to Bring
Many Fast Craft.
MOLINE, m., June 18. Some of the
best boats in the country will take part
n the annual regatta of the Mississippi
Valley Power Boat association here on
July 4, 5 and 6.
The Webb trophy championship, a 25-
mile free-for-all race, which in the
past haa established new world records dr,n the century.
trants as Miss Detroit IIL winner of
last year's championship, and Miss
Minneapolis. The trophy is a silver
loving cup valued at $1000, donated by
Thomas H. Webb of Peoria.
The winner of a 10-m'le race, open to
members of clubs affiliated with the
Mississippi Valley Power Boat asso
ciation will carry off the admiral's
tronhv cun.
The programme will cover over three
days.
HONOLULU, T. H., Juno 18. (Spe
cial.) While no world's records were
smashed at the two-day swimming
meet held here, two Hawaiian records
were broken and in the 100-yard race
for men Duke P. Kahanamoku, world's
champion swimmer and holder' of the
world's record for the distance, had the
see re of his life when John Kelii fin
ished so close behind the champion that
the crowd thought it was a dead heat.
The time was 1 2-5 seconds over the
world's record.
Kelii led the champion to the 60-yard
Out I mark, when the duke in a burst caught
up. They swam neck and neck to the
tape. It was freely predicted that
Kelii, who is iust a youngster, would
defeat Duke in the big September meet
to bo held here, when. Norman Ross
and other stars take part.
Another promising star for worlds
honors is a 15-year-old boy named
Warren Kealoha, who broke the novice
Hawaiian record by cutting five sec-
SPOKAXE ENTERS POLO GAMES
Five Washington Men to Compete in
Idaho Contests.
SPOKANE, June 18. A team of local
polo players will leave here Thursday
for Boise, Idaho, to play a five-game
series there next week with a team rep
resenting that city, it was announced
today. Major Lawson Moore will cap
tain the Spokane earn and the other
members will be Lieutenant Fred In
singer, Bert Connolly, Robert Cooper
and Dr. John Cunningham.
The games will be played from June
22 to 29.
STEWART TENDERS RESIGXATIO
Director of Athletics to Leave Uni
versity of Nebraska.
LINCOLN. Neb., June 18. Edward J.
("Doc") Stewart, director of athletics
and head coach of football, basketball
and track of the University of Ne-
A promising girl swimmer is Edith
Kenn. who broke the record in the 50-
yard race for girls under 15 years old
and also won the women's open cen
tury event in the same night.
Besides Ross a number of other
prominent swimmers are expected here
for the September meet. An effort will
be made to bring Mina Wylie from Aus
tralia. Crowds of 5000 fans attended the
two-night swimming carnival and it
appears that the sport Is back on the
map to stay.
BAYOCEAN
BEAUTIFUL OCEAN RESORT,'
TILLAMOOK BAY,
BUNGALOWS open June 15. Rates
One week, $12; two weeks, $20. Com
pletely furnished, lights, fuel, water,
bed linen, accommodating four persons.
Mr. and Mrs. Swan HawKinsen man
agers. NATATORIUM open July 1.
HOTEL BAYOCEAN open July l, Mrs.
H. J. Martin manager. American plan
Day rate, $3 to $5 weekly a;nd family
rates given. Write or telephone for
further information and circular. Re
ceivers T. B. Potter ReoJty Company,
325 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Port
land: Main 5405.
T VM ROOTLEDOE SEED & FLORAL CO.,
145 SECOND ST., phones Main 172. A-3811.
for Arrah Wannah. Welches, Tawneys and
Rhododendron. Round trip 16, Government
Camp IS.50. Owned and operated by Irving-
ton Garaere at Auto Co.. Inc. J. L. S. Snead.
Pres.-Mer. Phones E. 135. C-3162. JS. ln
and Broadway. "Make reservations in
vanoe."
ECOLA INN (Cannon Beach)
Boas II. Elliott, Mgr.
FULL OCEAN VIEW.
Dance Pavilion. Tennis Courts, Pool and
Billiards, Barber Shop, etc. Bus meets
ail trains at Seaside. Write for reser
vations. ECOLA, OREGON.
Main 1422-Astoria and Way Laadlngs-A-142.
Str. Georgiana
Leaves Alder St. Dock at 7 A M. dally ex
cept Friday. Returning, leaves Astoria il
P. M.
Lurllne leaves Portland dally, except Sun
day, at 8 P. M.
Undine leaves Astoria dally, except Sun
day, it 7 P. M.
V. S. NATIONAL BANK WINS, 7-4
Errol WIntehbotham Signs to Chuck
for Vulcan, Alberta, Club.
Manager Hamaker's United States
National 'bank team won another vie
tory in the Bankers' league Tuesday
afternoon at Twenty-fourth and Vaughn
streets, defeating the First National
bank team, 7 to 4. The United States
Nationals will be greatly handicapped
in the future because Errol Winther
botham, their star pitcher, left last
night with Emery Webb to chuck for
the Vulcan, Alberta, nine.
The United n 1 es National and the
Northwestern National teams are tied
for the league leadership at present,
and they will soon meet in the decid
ing game of the series. The North
western National has three games to
play, one of which is with the fast
Hibernia team, which defeated them
earlier In the season. The United
States National has two games yet
scheduled.
HOTEL GULEB.
JT V Remolds. ProD.. Gnler. Wash.
IN THE PICTURESQUE TROUT LAKE
VALLEY. Side trips by auto or horseDacK
to Lava Caves. Ice Caves. Indian Race
Track Steamboat Lake. etc. MT. ADAMS
AUTO ROAD TO MORRISON VALLEY, at
the very base of the mountain. GOOD
TROUT FISHING. Tennis. Croquet Grounds
and SwimminK Pool in connection. Asuaa
MENT HALL with dancing, bowling and
billiards near hotel. Rates: $2.50 per day.
$13 per week. Sunday dinners. 7jc
Hood River
WHITE SALMON FERRY
Daily Flag Service and Courteous
Treatment.'
JOHNSON & VAN ALLEN
Hood River, Oregon.
The Shelburne
(TENTH SEASON)
Long distance telephone In hotel. Two blocks
from ocean. Buy your ticket to Shelburne
station. Write for reservations. American
plan.
T. J. HO A RE, Sea View. Wash.
PACIFIC VIEW HOTEL
Furnished rooms and tents for house
keeping. Facing tne ocean. Address
L. P. HAHRESCHOl, Prop., Seaside, Or.
The Jewett Farm Resort
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
"Atoi the Columbia Highlands'
YOU WIIX ENJOY
Vlewa of Columbia Go rice. The pines and
firs. Cottages with fireplaces. Tents. Fresh
vegetables. Fruits. Home cooking-. Trips
(extra) to Mount Adams and Trout Lake.
Accessible by train, boat two Highways.
Write for reservations. Opens June IS.
White Salmon. Washington.
gt'omiucted alonic linemost Inviting-
B to men and women of refined taattes I
Send for Illustrated Booklet.
fl MRS. C. W. J. RECKERS. Monte. 1
B White Salmon, Wat!.. Phone 7Klft
OSWEGO LAKE
Furnished Camp Rouses for rent, by week or
month. Swimming, boating, fishing-. Excel
lent commutation train service on Fourth.
Street Red Electric Care,
MACX3?-5N, 514 Lewis Bldg. Main 427.
Or at Maclean's Camp on the .Lake, from
Oswego Station.
NECAMCUM INN
OVERLOOKlJiO
OCEAN
Large Sun Parlors, Beautiful Grounds.
Noted for Home-Cooked Heals.
MISS DAHANN. Prop., Seaside, Oregoa,
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