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SPORTING AND MARKET
PORTLAND, OREGOX, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1914.
Will You Go to a Crowded, Noisy Boarding-House
to Obey Its Rules? Or, Will You Entertain Your
Friends Freely in a Cosy Home of Your Own?
These are questions every ' bride and bridegroom should
seriously consider today. You should know and if you don't
know we tell you right here and now that Gadsbys' Housefur
nisMng Store will gladty make your home exactly what you
choose to have it, no matter how, small your earnings may be.
No wait no delay. You pick out everything you need a
complete outfit we make delivery at once. Just drop into
Gadsbys' Store at your very; first opportunity. You will be
surprised at the quantity of goods a real small payment will
bring you. The balance can be paid in easy w eekly or monthly
-: payments arranged to suit your convenience. Just make the
invstigation. Then decide for yourself whether or not your,
happiness need longer be postponed. Gadsbys pay no rent;
that's why we sell for less.
BUY YOUR BED SOWI
WE AIli: SELLING
$ 3.50 Iron Beds.. 8 1.95
4.50 .Iron . Beds. .8 3.50
$ 5.00 Iron Beds.. S 3.75
S 7.00 Iron 'Beds.. 8 5.75
$20.00 Brass Beds, Kl-i.oO
$26.00 Brass Beds, 818. Ott
Sale Child's Cribs
Child's White Enameled Crib,
with guaranteed spring: and
drop sides. Special at 7(S
Gadsbys' this wees.... Or. "J
Convertible Into a Bed With Two Motions
ift5?S. FULL SIZE I
Above is pictured the Duo-Fold Divan Bed when opened up and ready for use as
a bed. But two simple motions are all that are necessary to make the
change from divan to bed. It is unnecessary to move the Divan from the
wall, the back remains stationary. There Is enough space between the
spring's to allow the mattress and bed clothes to remain when folded up.
When used as a bed. you do not sleep on the hard upholstering, but on tho
mattress that can bo placed over the springs, thus making your bed fcQ"
as comfortable as a full-sized regulation bed. Gadsbys' price 33U
OTHKK DAVENPORT BEDS AS CHEAP AS $22.50.
Famous Gibson Cold
It Is the most perfect and most luxurious
Refrigerator money can buy. It is easy
to clean: you can wash and wipe it as
you would a china plate. It is the most
economical Refrigerator you can buy. It
will last five times as long as an ordinary
kind. The ice chamber is lined with gal
vanized steel. Provision chamber lined
with genuine white enamel on heavy sheet
-steel. -The heavy retinned woven - wire
shelves are removable. Air-tight lever
locks made of brass. The outside case has
heavily-rounded corners and edges, beau
tifully finished. Sold on fc -I f n 0!
easy terms from wlU lu vOU
This Style I5
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OADSBYS' GAS RANGES AL
WAYS SATISFY Buy your gas
range while the price is 4J? 1 C5
low; $20 gas ranges, sp'l..PiO
Other Gas Ranges as tfJC Cfl
low as. ODiOU
Gas Plates as low as SOtf
Old Stoves Taken In Eickun
for ew Ones.
This Large Mahogan
Dresser, with 28x34
French beveled plate
mirror and largo
base measuring 2x
45, made of beautiful
1 1 s u red mahogany,
dull wax finish, two
large, deep, long
drawers and two
small upper drawers
at the top. Exactly
as illustrated. This
dresser sold regular
ly $45.00. Gadsbys'
price for this sale is
822. 50. Sold on
easy weekly or
$18 Solid Oak Table for
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This Table Is solid oak, 42-inch
top, 8-inch pedestal base, extends
to six feet when open. Can be
had in fumed or golden oak wax
finish. Regular price or this
Table Is $18; for this Q
Sold on Eaiiy Weekly or Monthly
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Sold on Easy Weekly and Monthly Payments.
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thi.bM f. i''l , f aii'hiiliil-t'li I
Oak Dresser for $9'.00
Ohk Dresser with French plate
bevel mirror, 20x26: we also have
a few of these Dressers with oval
mirrors: they are finished in the
pretty dull -wax. This Is posi
tively the jrreatst Dresser value
for bo little money ever offered
In the city. Gadsby's half price,
These splendid white
cotton felt Mattresses,
weighing 40 pounds, are
compressed down to six
inches in thickness, remain
soft and elastic, and do not
wad; equal to the mat
tresses so extensively ad
vertised at $15; absolutely
sanitary, durable and com
fortable. Gadsbys' Spe
cial price now Q QC
only ......... pO.HD
No Matter What bu Want In Furniture
I'SK OL'R F.ICH.MGE DEPT.
If you have furniture that doesn't
suit want somethinir more up to
date and better, phone us and
we'll send a. competent man to
see it and arrange to take it as
part" payment on the -kind you
want the Gadsby kind. We'll
make you a liberal allowance for
your poods and we'll sell you
new furniture at low prices. The
new furniture - will be promptly
delivered. Have furniture you'll
be proud of.
$40,000 Victor in Indianapolis
500-Mile Speed Test Sets
New Time Record.
0LDFIELD FIRST AMERICAN
Barney Comes in Firth With Crowd
or 100,000 Pulling for Him Six
Men Are Injured Tetzlarr
and Burman Disappoint.
finished. Geoduck, of Seattle, was first,
making the run in 3 hours 16 minutes,
but as the cruiser was not listed in the
yacht handicap, the winner appears to
have been either Corsair, f Tacoma.
or Honeyboy. of Seattle, lloneyboy fin
ished 40 seconds in tho lead, b-ut the
result hingres upon the decision of t,ho
race committee of the Seattle club as
to the handicap.
LA MOXTAGXE TO BE 0 XEAM
Polo Player to Be Fonrth Jtaji on
HEMPSTEAD, K. Y.. May 30. Judjr-
ins from his display of polo, which has
appeared up to international form, Rene
i-a Montagne, or the Kockaway Hunt
Club, will be selected as the fourth
member to represent America in the
international matches with England, ac
cording to an unofficial announcement
today at Meadowbrook.
On field No. 2 at Meadowbrook the
international players. J. M. AVaterburv.
Jr., Uevereux Milburn and Lawrence
Waterbury, with La Montaene as a
member of their team, played today
agrainst a strong combination consist
ing of H. C. Fhipps. Charles G. Rumsey,
Foxhall P. Keene and Malcolm Steven
Owing to accidents only six periods
INDIANAPOLIS. May 30. Rene
Thomas, driving a French car, won
the fourth annual 500-mile race on
the Indianapolis motor speedway to
day. All speeoway records from 5 to
500 miles were broken. The first
American to finish was Barney Old-
field, who crossed the wire in fifth
Thomas' time was 6:03:45 99-100. The
winner maintained an average speed of
82.47 miles an hour. The former record
of 6:21:00 3-100 was established by Joe
Dawson in 1912.
The new record established today
waa due in a large measure to the
ideal weather conditions which pre
Do ray Finishes Second.
Arthur Duray finished second, seven
minutes after the winner. Albert
Guyot, teammate of Thomas, was the
third driver ito be given the checkered
flag, atnl Jules Goux. winner of the
1913 race, finished in fourth place, six
minutes ahead of Oldrteld.
Six men were injured, none of them
seriously, during the contest. Joe Daw
son suffered a broken collarbone and
minor injuries when his car turned
over on the south turn, after trying
to dodge the wrecked machine of Ray
Gilhooley. Vere Barnes, Dawson's
mechanician, was hurt and Gilhooley
and Nino Zonal, his mechanician, also
suffered, minor Injuries. John Chas
sagne and Albert Mitchell, handling
an English car, limped away from
their machine after It rolled over on
Finish Most Exciting.
The race was an exciting one from
the start and the rivalry among the
foreign teams made one of the most
exciting finishes that has been
witnessed at the course. Georges
Boillot in a desperate effort to over
haul Thomas, pushed his car to such
excessive speed that In the 147th lap
he was forced out, when leading the
field, because of a broken frame.
Duray thrilled the spectators by his
sensational effort to catch Thomas in
the latter part of the contest, and
Goux seemed always to be a contender
for first place. Thomas made one stop
at the pits, Duray two and Guybt one.
In the first 100 miles some drivers
stopped on almost every lap. The: race
began to settle down after the 100
mile mark was set and the average
speed Increased. Thomas drove the
last 100 miles at an average of more
than 84 miles an hour.
TetxlafT aad Barman Disappoint.
The showing of Bob Burman was a
disappointment, as was that of Tetzlaff,
Disbrow. -MultorI, Cooper and other
It is estimated that 100.000 persons
saw the contest. Thomas was given a
hearty cheer when he drew up to the
pits and embraced his mechanician, but
during the last 50 miles the crowd was
shouting for Oldfield and urging him
on to regain the honors America lost
to France over the same course last
Thomas' car was No. 16. Goux car
ried the same number to victory last
year. Thomas won first prize of $20,
000 and accessory prizes and trophies
will swell this amount to about $40,000.
Josef Christiaens in a Belgin car
finished sixth, Harry Grant in an
English ' machine was seventh, Keene
and Rodgers in an American car placed
eighth and William Carlson was ninth.
E. V. Rickenbacher in an American car
finished tenth, the last of the prize
winners. Haupt, Mulford and Bur
man, in Knipper'a entry, finished the
race in the order named.
The starters are as follows:
No. 1. Disbrow ..United States
No. 2, Cooper -. -United states
No. 3. Oldtleld United States
No. 4. Wilcox....... ...Untteii States
No. o, Keene. ............ .United States
No. 6, Goux France
No. 7. Boillot France
No. 8, Tetzlaff United States
No. Christiaens.... Belgium
No. 10. Guyot. ............ ..Franre
No. 12. Chassasne. .......... .Great Britain
No. 13. Mason United States
No. 14, Duray. ........... France
No. lo. Klein United States
No. 16, Thomas.............. France
No. 17. Burman ....United States
No. 19, Wishart United States
No. 21. Brags United States
No. 23, Mulford Germany
No. 24, Anderson .....United States
No. 2o. Carlson. .............. .United States
No. 26. Dawson. ............. .United States
No. 27, Grant. ............... .Great Britain
No. 31, Knlpper United States
No. 34, Friedrlch ....... Germany
No. 38, Chandler United States
No. 42, Ktchenbacker .....United States
No. 43. Haupt United States
No. 4S. Brock ...United States
No. 49, Gilhooley Italy
RIDGEFIELD BESTS LIXCOLX
County Record for Relay Race Is
- Lowered by Home Team.
RIDGEFIELD, Wash.. May 30. (Spe
cial.) The Rldgefield High School
track team in a closely contested meet
defeated the Lincoln High School of
Portland on the local athletic field this
afternoon by a score of 69 to 61. The
time of the old county record of the
relay was lowered two seconds. The
record stood at 39.4 and the new time
made is 37.2.
Shobert was high point winner for
Rldgefield, 254 points being chalked
up for him. The relay was forfeited to
Rldgefield and was run against time
with a team composed of Shobert,
Brunkow, Zahn and Horst. Last year
Ridgefield defeated Lincoln by the
score of 75 to 47.
BENEDICTS ARE BEATEN
SIGLE CniCKETEHS WIX IMBR
ESTING MEMORIAL DAY MATCH.
Uish Score of 3tt Made by A. E. Me
Kenxle and 33 by A. 11 err Idee.
Single men defeated the married
members of the Cricket Club in a njatch
yesterday. A. K. McKenzie, K. Craw
ther and A. M. Williams batted well
for the single men, while the best re
sults for the benedicts were obtained by
H. Cash, A. Berridgre and A. J. Tarilton.
Refreshments were served at the
clubhouse during" the progress of the
The scores were:
Married, first Inninsr
A. Berrlrige caught Morris, bow ted Grav. .It
J. J. Churchtey caught Walker, bowled
W. u. Smith bowled Morris 4
G. Shipley caught A. Williams, bowled
H- Cash caught McKenzie. bowled Crotv-
J. C. Cummin bowled Fenwlok i
A. J. Tar 1 ton bowled Fe .wick -
A. Jay bowled Fenwicl: 3
E. Withers caught A. Williams, bowled
R. Walker, not out 4
J. Mallett, run out 3
Or. Shipley bowled Fen wick !
A, J. Tarlton bowled Morris -a
A. Berridge caught Uray. bowled Fen
H. Cash, not out 20
J. Mallett caught McKenzie, bowled Mor
A. Jay bowled Fen wick i
J. J. Churchley caught Morris, bowled.
K. Withers, run out &
W. G. Smith caught Rankin, bowled Mor
R. Walker bowled Fenwick
J. C. Cummins bowled Gray 13
Extras ;. ; T
Total , 131
Single, first Inning
O. Oroy caught Jay. bowled Churchley. . S
A. E. McKenzie caught Churchtey, bowled
E. Fenwick bowled Churchley 0
A. E. Morris caught Berridge, bowled
A. M. Williams caught and bowled
F. Crother. not out 13
W. Bolitho bowled Cash. h
W. B. Byrne caught Mallett. bowled
E. Walker, run out 0
R. M. Rankin bowled Cash O
A. S. Williams caught Gray. bowled
Total I 9J
G. Gray bowled Mallett 4
E. Fenwick caught Cumming. bowled
R. M. Rankin, not out It
A. M. Williams bowled Mallett
F. Crowther, not out 2
Total for thre wickets 48
A. E. McKenzie, . W. Bolitho, A. S. Wil
liams. E. Walker, A- E. Morris, W. B. Byrno
did not bat.
REGATTA SETS RECORD
TEX FOUR-OARED CREWS KNTERED
MOST EVER KXOtVS HERB.
SOUND YACHT RACE IX lOUBT
Geoduck Finishes First in Tacoma
Seattle 55-MiIc Run.
TACOMA, Wash.. May 20. The Do
man cup race, the annual cruiser event
of the Seattle and Tacoma yacht clubs,
which was run today from Seattle
around Bainbridgre Island to Tacoma,
a distance of about 55 miles, ended
with the winner In doubt. This was
due to a. change in the course after
the handicaps had been worked out.
Of the seven boats which started five
Rces Are Close and Canoe Event, Are
Full of Thrills Collision Marks One
finish Summary of Winners.
The Portland Rowing Club pulled oft
the most interesting local regatta in
Its history yesterday. There were ten
four-oared crews entered in the races,
which is by far the greatest number
that ever rowed in one event on tho
Willamette River during the club's
career of 30 years of racing. The races
were close and exciting, and the canoe
events furnished thrills.
D. G. Cooper won the men's single
race. K. R. Newell, bow, and E. O.
Gloss, stroke, won the double sculling:
In the canoe events Virgil Hamlin
won in four out of five events. Ted
Preble. Collister Wheeler, l'"red Kd
wards and Edward Bremmer won the
men's four-paddle canoe race, whicli
was exciting, two of the crews colliding
just-before the linish.
Men's single, one mile D. O. Cooper,
first: H. W. Gammie, second; J. W. K.
Men's doubles, one mile T R. New
ell and E. O. Gloss, first: D. G. Cooper
and J. W. Resing, second; G. G. Wyld
and K. A. Hanson, third.
Lightweight (140-pound) fours, half
mile Alderman, Lyons, Riesch and
Urquhart, first; Woodruff, W. Pfaen
der, Klein and Cook, second; Hamlin,
C. F. Pfaender, Webster and Yettick,
third; I.etz, McClelland, Utter and Ma
Final heat, heavyweight fours, half
mile Dyrlund. Bates, McFaul and Stev
ens, first;. McDonald, Prideaux, Wood
land and Hanson, second.
Men's single canoe Hamlin, first:
Gammie, . second; Resing, third, and
Men's doubles Hamlin and Gammie,
first;-Collins and Barette, second; Res
ing and Webster, third.
Mixed doubles Miss Sadie Havely
and Hamlin, first; Miss Gretehen
Backus and Alderman, second: Miss
Martha Gregory and Boquist, third.
Catlilainct 17, Vancouver 7.
CATHLAMET. Wash., May SO. (Spe
cial.) The Cathlamet Tigers won an
easy victory here today, defeating tho
Vancouver White Sox, 17 to 7. Tomor
row the Tigers will go to Astoria to
play the Giants. Neither team has met
defeat yet this season.