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- THE OREGON . DAILY JOURNAL " PORTLAND. SATURDAY , EVENING. JUNE 1, 1807.
SRORTS OF Tfil Dftf "
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And Five in' Sixth That Is
the Way Oakland Lands
on Gum's Easy Curves.
I RESULT AT FINISH IS
t. FIFTEEN TO SEVEN I
t For First Five .Spasms Game Is a I
Very Fair Exhibition of National
' 1 Snort Jtafak Error by Beaver
Contribute to th Ileaalt,
Oakland IE. Portland 7.
San Francisco 0, Los Angeles .
, Standing of tha Clubs.
.Lo Angeles tl 16
'.San Francisco 29 23
Oakland 87 27
Portland 15 27
With a lead of six tallies to cbaar him
"i on Pitcher Qum' 3 wooden arm broke
.off at the stump yestOday ari.d tb rest
. of the game was like a race between
a wheelbarrow and one of Barney Old
.field's lightning flyers.
It looked as if Portland had the game
'.cinched. Everybody was playing good
,! ball and the score .was a comfortable
to 1. with Portland oa the long tnd,
Then, crack! you could almost hear It;
Gum's arm went entirely to , the bad.
. and the nightmare began.
The first ball Mister Gum hurled in
the sixth inning looked different , Tou
.. see Coast league bafolayera swing wild
' lr at the leather and Imagine they can
not bat Maybe the twlrler rhaa some
.! thing to do with it You'll say yes
when he slides down .. few wobblers no
i fcetter than you or I would do and waits
,'to see tha difference. When a pitcher
, weakens ever so little it seems as if
everybody can hit
- Singles by Van Haltern, Bite and
, Halley, a free pass to Heltmuller and
'errors by Shlnn, Gum, Schlmpff and
Shlnn again tied the score Tee, Gum's
V' " 4 ".
mmm-; mmmmmmmmtmmmmff fjmmtp yawn jy m inin ainiiupum t'Ju
W My, m 4
If ifeflf :H
f sV6aasjseMsstf ' iOft- v . LAi dk
McKlnney, the U. of O. athlete, 'Vho.'t the tri-Btate field day held
at Seattle last Thursday, equaled the world's intercollegiate record la
putting the 16-pound shot McKlnney put the shot 46 feet. The pie-
tare shows him throwing the discus.
REAL COLLEGE BALL PLAYERS
TO FIGURE IN CHARITY GAME
The tnen who will play in the baseball
gamefor the benefit of the Day Nur-
eupport in this inning was worse than I eery are real ball players and the event
. Gum himseli,- but Qum was a mile in
the air. 1
Great rood luck rave Portland a Ana
f file play in the seventh and. saved more
,-Tuna. In the eecoid half ' She locals
rt scored another on Donahue's two-swat
should be a rood exhibition of the na
tional game, as well as a society and
The doctors and lawyers are all col
lege graduates and-the bank employes
and it looked as if the Beavers might ar the D1"'1 8tar of the Bankers'
pull it out' That is. it looked that way,
'to those who couldn't see Gum's eondl-
'itlon with one eye shut
' Then came the eighth. Tt would "take
, it column to tell the story in detail. Be-
Sides tragedy is a drug on the market.
Folks want to read things that will
.amuse them instead of making them
,'sad. Suffice K to say that before the
'end came everybody had batted around'
and then some. Gum was lambasted for
.seven hits, nine Commuters cross the
pan and the score was IS to 1. Here's
j. the official score:
i - PORTLAND,
U .. . AB. R. It PO. A. H.
ixvv-u, cr. ,4 1 1 S O 1
-Bhlnn. ea. 4
Casey, zb. 3
.Donahue, c. ,... 4
..McCredie, rf.V....i 4
Bassey, If. 5
tMoore, c. . I
Carson, lb. Z. ,.'.... 3
Gum, p. , 3
Schlmpff, -3b. ........ 3
Groom, rf. 1
1 - 2
Van Haltren. rf.. ..6
"Heltmuller, rf. 2
-Kagan, ss. ........ ... 4
vBliaSj c. S
Haley, zb. 6
-Blgby, lb. ...f 6
" Devereaux, Sb. 4
; Wright, p S
85 7 10 27 12 6
AB. R. II. PO. A. E.
6 2 2 1 0 0
8 4 2 0 0
2 110 0
3 12 8 0
2 14 2 0
1 4 4 3 0
1 2 12 1 1
0 10 2 0
', Total .............42.15 16 27 12 1
SCORE BY INNINGS.
' Oakland 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 9 015
Hits 1;1 0 J0 1 8 8 116
,foruana ......,0 6000010 o 7
- Hits 1 8 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 10
i , SUMMARY.
.' Struck out By Gum 2,. by Wright 8.
Bases on bails Off Gum 4, off Wright
. iwo-Daae mis uonanue. Van Halt
ten, Eagan. Three-base , hits Moore.
ponanue. Double plays Bliss to Btgby
to suss; uum to caeey. Sacrifice hits
UMey. .Shinn.. Stolen baaee Van
Haltren,, Eagan. .... Hit by, pitched balls-
league nines. The date of the game has
been definitely settled as June 22, the
place Multnomah field, the director of
the club having donated the Multnomah
diamond for the occasion. ..-'
Society women will aot ss patroneases
of the event and tha-tawyers and doc
tors will, many of them, be real col
lege ball players.
Those chosen , to' play on the doctors'
and lawyers' team are: M. Dolph, Port
land Academy and Williams; Hugh
Gear Gearln, Notre Dam a, Indiana, and
Columbia, New York; R. Trimble, Santa
Clara college and Michigan; P. Stott
Portland Academy and Stanford; W. P.
Slnnott St.. Mary's Oakland, California,
and University of Oregon; Chet Murphy,
Stanford and Harvard; Kenneth Fenton,
Portland Academy and Stanford; W.
Banks, University of Oregon; Dr. Zan,
Santa Clara and University of Virginia;
Dr.' George Alnalie, Portland High school
and Chicago; Dr. F. Dammosch, Port
land High school and Philadelphia Med
ical college; Dr. Wright Stanford and
Johns Hopkins, and Dr. R. 8. Stearns.
Middlebury, Vermont and Harvard.
Kenneth Fenton wu recently elected
captain of the Stanford baaeball nine.
The Bankers' league has selected the
following men as probable players in
the charity game: Bishop of the Wood
mere and Lents teams; Sim Bennett,
the former crack catcher of the Portland
High school team; Fields, who also
caught for' Portland High school; Cass
Campbell, captain of tha Multnomah
Amateur Athletic club and the Powers
Blye team; Doble, formerly of Mult
nomah Amateur .Athletic club; William
Stephens, captain of. the First National
Bank team: Packard of the Merphants'
Bank nine; Buford cauthorne, or the
fStafe Normal school, Klrkvllle, Missouri;
Carl Rhea of the Multnomah Amateur
Athletic team; Elmer Yound of Stan
ford; Gammle, F. P. Powell and F. L.
Hart man. Cass Campbell will proba
bly pitch and Sim Bennett catch. Pack
ard will play second, a position in which
he stars. Canthorne is one of the heav
lest hitters and Gammle is the fastest
man on base running.
SPRING IEI OF
THE HIIBI CLUB
Will Open With Farade of
All Farticipants in Races
Nine Events on Card.
Women of Club Are to Compete In
Mile Trot, There Will Be a Boys'
Pony Race and a Funny Jlace for
Moore, Devereaux, Donahue. Passed
ball Donahue. First base on errors
Portland 1, Oakland 4. Left on banes
Portland 8, Oakland 4. Time of game
2 hours. ' Umpire Derrick.
NOTES OF THE GAME
Many a Portland Household
. Will rind Ihem So.
To have the pains and aches of a
bad back; 'removed i;-to be entirely free
,:' from annoying, dangerous urinary dls
' orders is enough to make any kidney
sufferer grateful. ;i To- tell how this
great change can be brought about will
,.'; prova comforting wordst to hundreds of
' Portland readers. '
John X. Keating, painter of 801 H
First 'street;'1 Portland, Oregon, says:
-"For a number. of years I was troubled
with kidney complaint and the dull,
aching pains in -the back were so se
vere at times that I had to lay off from
work.'?Tbi kidney secretions were ir
regular and scalding. I also had head
aches and disslness and felt lame in
the morning. Z used, different remedies
and i consulted different , " doctors, but
.. nothing "eeemed to give me any lasting
relief. Reading finally of Doan's Kid
ney Pills I got a box and they did me
a great deal of good, relieved the. uri
nary difficulty and later ths heavy ach
ing in jny b&ck 'disappeared." i
- For sale by all dealers. Prloe 60 cents.
FostervM ilburn CoM Buffalo, New .Tork,
sols agents for the United States.
Kemember tha nam DOAN'S and
'vkt ao other. ' , ,
"TVi Pacific rvant IpniriiA him ' nn
umpire by the name of Derrick. He
ought to be good at lifting the players
from the game," says an eastern sport
ing writer. . No, he's not but he's first
class when It comes to raising the ire
of the fans.
Shlnn is making altogether too many
errors' at short Hardly a- game is
played but what he comes in for at
Wright heaved a speedy one Into
Moore's temple while the latter was
at bat In the third and the change
catcher had to go to the bench. Don
ahue came In from third and "Shrimp'
Schlmpff wag Rent out to cover the
Bassey eats flies and Donahue was
never ' known to let a foul slip away
when he once had his grip on it.
If McCredie had nnt been so far
away from the center of Interest he
could have seen Gum making prepara
tions for his aerial flight at least three
minutes before the visitors had scored
their second run. Gum should have
been taken out riprht there and Schlmpff
substituted. Giving the Dutchman- his
due, the Shrimp Is good at finishing out
a game, if he s put in before the case
becomes altogether hopeless.
Charley Shields, who was with Seat
tie ror a couple or seasons, is now
playing with the St. Louis National
league club. St Louis traded Druhot,
formerly with Portland, for him.
Shields has been pitching great ball
for Altoona, in the Tri-State league.
He was a good pitcher when with
Parke Wilson, his chief .falling being
his fondness to go out with the boys
and have a good time.
More than 6.000 ball players are now
engaged at salaries ranging from 3100
to 31.000 a month by the 38 leagues
operating under organized baseball.
Every player is guaranteed his full sal
BERT KERRIGAN SHOOTS
HIMSELF BY ACCIDENT
The Portland Hunt club -will hold its
anuual spring meet on the Irvington
race track Saturday, June 8. There will
will be nine events a parade, lancers,
and seven running races. The most ex
citing runs will probably be the two
mils race on the flat and the two, and
one half-mile steeplechase. V
Although there have been several Hur
dle races in the history of the ciuo.
the steeplechase will be the first event
of Its kind thst the Hunt club has un
dertaken. Ths run will be over a car
full selected ground with Jumps placed
so that all may see them.
The novelty of this event aa wen as
its thrilling nature will lend it extra
ordinary interest There will be at least
seven starters. Ambrose cronin, woo
has charge of the race, will ride Nigger.
Among the other riders will be na-ipn
Jenkins. James Nlcol, E. T. Chase and
Beet Thoroughbreds Batar.
The crab's best thoroughbreds will en
ter in the big two-mils race. Morengo.
who won the race two years ago. will be
entered by A.- M. Lasarua. Tha horse
Will Wehrung, who will enter for tu
first time in the two-mile run, win be
started by Mrs. F. O. Buff urn. Bert
Tongue's Oregon Kid. who won this race
last year, will not enter this time. Tea
Chase, J. H. Bennett, Bob Crawford.
Rose of Hello and others will partici
pate in this event J. C. Much is in
The women of the Hunt club are to
have a mile trot President T. 8. Mc-
Grath has put all the arrangements for
this race in their hands. Among those
who will enter are Mrs. F. O. Buffum,
on Jerry, Miss Maud Hahn, on Prince,
and Mrs. S. C. Spencer, on King.
Boys' Pony Base.
Other events of Interest will be the
three eighths mil handicap dash and
the five eighths mile race. Boy riders
under 18 years of age, owning ponies 14
hands and under will have a quarter
mile dash. Last year there were about
20 starters In this event The amusing
run of the day will be the quarter-mil
heavyweight race, open to riders weigh
ing 200 pounds and over.
Th program on June 8 will com
mence at 1:80 o'clock, and all riders
must be in colors and mounted by that
time in order to take part in th parade.
Brown's military band has been engaged
for the occasion. . The officials of ths
meet will be: Presiding judge, Hugh
Hum; associate Judges, H.. C. Bowers
and Thomas Scott Brooke; starter, Ed
ward O'Brien; timekeepers, Thomas S.
Brooks and W. G. Macke; paddock Judge,
Henry Metzger; clsrk of scales, 7. O.
A cup for the pony race has been do
nated by H.' C. Campbell, one for the
steeplechase by the Spectator and one
for the five eighths of a mil race by
SOn. - - J; ' -f'V-.'' '-'r '
Th Stephens nine defeated the Ful
ton ball nine Thursday by th score
of I to 3, making their, twelfth straight
victory. Th Stephens challenge the
winners of th grammar school league, j
Any team In th city with players un
der th age of IT wanting a gam with
th Stephen call ' up Sellwood 78.
Th Colonial Heights baseball team
played and ' defeated the Juniors
Wednesday. Th score was 10 to 14.
Th Un up for Colonial Heights was:
B. McDonald, catcher; Clark Richards,
first base; A. McDonald, Walter Thorn,
oenter field; W. Chsperon, second base;
Oscar Norene, pitcher; Loren Phllbln,
shortstop; Keneth Goodall, right flsld;
Frank Thorn, left field; Albert Thorn,
right flId. :. -.-;.;-r.
NEWSPAPER GAME TO ;
BE PLAYED TOMORROW
Telegram and ' Journal Editorial
Nine to Cross Bats on the
' League Grounds.
Th third match game of th news
paper baseball series will b played on
the coast league diamond tomorrow
morning at 3:30 o'clock. Th experts
of the Telegram will mo against the
wlsirds of Th Journal. In th first
gam of th series Th Journal was
defeated by th Telegram, in th sec
ond th Oregonlan was beaten by Th
Journal. Should th regular schedule
be followed out th Oregonlan and the
Telegram would cross bats tomorrow.
But on account of the indisposition of
Arthur A. Greene, th dramatio twlrler
of the morning paper, th Oregonlan
Telegram gam was postponed. The
line-up tomorrow morning will be:
Journal Turner, catcher: Humph
reys, third base; Riggs, lert neia,
Seed, shortstop; Keel, first base; Wat
son, second base; Steffa, pitcher; Wsl-.
lin. center field; Wlrts. right field.!
Substitutes Goldstein, Stepp, Hogue,
Cronin and Stlverstone. j
Telegram Dyment second base; .
Wlthrow, httTttrtop; Ringer, catcher; i
Stranborg, first base; Bay, third base; ,
Gregory, pitcher Mahoney, left field;
Kelly, center field; Hasen, right field. '
Substitutes Sammons, Assmun. O.
Roll or Glide, Slip or Slide,
but get to the
for a golden
ever known in
' 7 - . i - . ..
HAVE BASEBALL GAME
The Ltpman-Wolfa A Co.'s baseball j
team defeated the eastern Outfitting ;
Co.' team Thursday in a 10-innlng game I
by a store of 14 to 12. LIpman-Wolfe i
& Co.'s runs were made br clean hits,
whereas the Eastern Outfitting Co.'s
were gifts due to th numerous errors !
by the Lipman-Wolfe ft Co.'s Infield, j
Th feature of the game were the;
batting of Beede and Adams of th Lip- !
man-Wolfe's, the former getting two I
home runs and the latter one. i
SCORE BT INNINGS.
L-W. & C0....3 0 0 3 1 1 2 0 8 314 I
E. O. Co 2 3 0 3 3 1 3 0 0 012
Batteries Monroe and Weatherdon;
McMullen and McLaughlin.
H. W, Kerrigan, one of the Multno
mah club's star athletes, accidentally I
shot himself in the leg while handling
a 22-callbre revolver at Seaside last
k 1.1 1
VILLAS WIN FROM
The Villas added another victory to
their list by defeating the Hawthorne
Colts on the Montavllla diamond
Thursday. The score was 7 to 8. The
features of the gam were the three.
base hit of Wltsel ana a one-handed
catch by McKInley. Probst and Smith
pitched good games,, but the villas
landed on the ball at . the right time.
Next Sunday morning the Devoes will
cross bats with the Villas on the home
grounds. Thursday's line-up was as
Villas Wltsel. right field; Bird,
catcher; McKInley, first base; Sloan,
second base; Ross, third base; Probst,
pitcher; Harklns, shortstop; Frelnwald,
center field; Hoffman, left field.
Hawthorne Colts Walling, center
field; Santercock, shortstop;' Offerley,
left field; Hober, Baker, third base; An
derson, first base; Stokers, right field;
Paf ft, second base; Smith, pitcher. 1
BADLY TREATED BY
LOCAL BALL PLAYERS
Irvington Beat St. Lawrence.
The Irvington baseball nine beat the
St Lawrence academy In a well played ,
game yesterday by the scare of 11 to
1. it was a pitchers battle up to
th seventh inning when the Irving-'
tons landed on the ball for nine runs. 1
It was nearly a shut-out but an er-,
ror and a wild throw gave th loser
a run. The. line-up:
Irvtngtoa Ed McAllen, right field;
Billy. Gill, center field; Ackelson, pitch
er; Traynor, catcher; Barnes, first base;
Fltsgerald, second base; Wood, short
stop; Jenson, third base; Dresser, left
St Lawrence academy -Hoffman, .
right field; Redman, oenter field;
Twitchell, pitcher; Lacock, stcher;
Meger, first base; Carmedy, second
base; Mascot, shortstop; Larner, third ;
base; Sabel, left field.
THE j If
Jj U NEW f l
(I , OIL STOVE II
Tacoma 8, Seattle 4.
Aberdeen T, Vancouver 2.
Spokane 11, Butt 2.
South Bend S, Raymond 2.
Will Give Away Money.
In today's issue of The Journal I
make an offer to give a lot of money
to children to spend the Fourth of
July, if they will earn it Read my
big "ad" for explanation. I do not be
lieve in giving children any money to
spend, if they don't earn It.
The offer I make is exceptional.
No other manufacturers have ' ever
dared to go to tha limit which I do.
I know that Golden Grain Granule is
the highest quality of any cereal health
coffee. Once used always used.
This offer Is so broad that th fame
of Golden Grain Granules will covfcr the
Northwest and It will save me a great
deal of time introducing this American
grain coffee In thl section.
When using Golden Grain Granules,
the directions (on every package)
should be followed. You will find It
a delightful, healthbulldlng drink, bene
ficial to men, women and children. Tour
doctor will tell you so.
No matter what you
may wish to cook,
the New Perfection
1 Oil Stove will 2ive you just the right decree of heat
instantly. No uncertainty with this stove. It's
the perfected oil stove embodies new features, new
principles. On washing and ironing days the
Wich Bine (lame 00 Cook-Stove
will cut the work in two. &ives quick results with
out overheating the kitchen. Made in three sizes.
Every stove warranted. If not at your dealer's,
write our nearest agency for descriptive circular.
The IPtSrh T ;
is the best lamp for all-round household
use. Made of brass throughout and beau
tifully nickeled. Perfectly constructed;
absolutely safe; unexcelled in light-giving
power; an ornament to any room. Every
lamp warranted. If not at your dealer's,
write to our nearest agency.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
To Astoria, Sunday, June 2
Will leave Alderrtet dock 8 A. M.; arrive Astoria 1 P. M. Leave
Aatrla,3 P. M.; arrive Portland 9 P. M.
ROUND TRIP $1.00
Meals served, 50c. Tickets on sale AIder-st!. dock. Phone Main 565
(Special DUpatcb to The JoernaL)
Salem, Or.r Jun 1. Salem High
school boy are sorely indignant at the
treatment given them by the West Side
High aggregation In Portland Thursday,
where, according to previous arrange
I men ts,. both teams were to meet On
their arrival in Portland Manager Carl
Gabrlelson of Salem was informed that
there could be no game played, but th
Portland manager gave the local boys
no good reason for the uncalled for de
cision. Salem boys .desired to meet the
Portlanders and ar indignant that-the v
were not allowed to try their mettle
Iwitu the Portland champion.
Xagle Stars in Box.
San Francisco, June 1." Nagle pitched
a one-hit game here, yesterday; shutting
out the locals. Score: .
Los AriReIes.3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 8 9 0
Sao Fran. .. .00000000 0 8.8
Batteries Nagle and Eager; Ashley
ana nisoia. umpire Perrlne.
Detroit I, Cleveland 1.
New York 4, Boston 1.
Chicago , St. Louis 0.
Philadelphia 8, Washington J.
Percentages: Chicago .4, Cleve
land .32. Detroit .68g, New York .64,
Philadelphia .600. St Louis .40S. Boston.
SIS, Washington ,80 .
Thursday. The little bullet entered
the thigh muscles lust above the knee
and has not yet been extracted. Kerri
gan was hurried to Portland and is
now tit St. Vincent's hospital.
It Is believed thp.t the leaden pellet
did not enter the Joint and tnat there
is no danger of the accident resulting
in any permanent disability which
might prevent Kerrigan . from again
participating In athletic events. The
leg. will be subjected to an X-ray ex
amination this afternoon and the bul
let will 'be extracted, if - practicable.
National League. '
Pittsburg 9. Chicago 2.
Boston 6, Philadelphia S.
Brooklyn 3. New Yofr"2.
Percentages: Chicago .7S'. New York.
.737, PbUadelphia .683, Pittsburg .669.
Boston .421, Cincinnati .889, Brooklyn
.zs, est. jbouis .zoz.
! .. .-. " r tr' flood-' Adrio.
O. S. Woolever.'' on of . the , best.
known merchant of L Raysvilla, N. Y
says:. , "if you are evr troubled with
piles, apply Buckien Arnica Salve.- - It
cured me of them for good 20 years
ago. Guaranteed for sores, wounds,
burns or abrasions. 26a at Red Cross
Astoria Regatta Board.
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Astoria, . Or., June 1. The regatta
committee met yesterday and appoint
ed Jonn H. Whyte. W. E. Schtmnff
ana u. i, ... reterson. as an executive
noara to manage the regatta carnival,
which will be held her next August
Amateur Baseball Notes.
C. Baty of Canby is pitching shut-out
bail.' Of 32 Innings pitched In the laat
three contests only .three run were
scored off his delivery. j
Babcock, late with th St John
league team, la filling in at short for
the Alblna Victor. - , ' ,
Paul Crosby has declined an 1 offer
from a bush leagu magnate to twirl,
but. will join onyof the local team
L. M. Davis, 89 on ballot stand for
purity of horn, sacredness of family
MEETING OF INLAND
(Special Dlipatcb to The Journal.)
Milton, Or., June 1. The Milton Pro
gresslv association, in th effort "to
solidify th commercial and develop.
ment force of th inland 'empire for
greater result to be obtained In mora
united and stronger effort for progress
ana me mutual good, fias sent out a
large number. of Invitations to citizens
to attend a meeting on the evening of
June 4. for an exchange of view along
th lin of development possibilities and
how to realise them.
COCKROACHES CAN'T LIVE
imm i V i t l II
I - itll
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THE ORIENTAL WOOD FINISH
i A combination of most durable Var.
nish and Stains for Interior Wood
Work. Floors, Furniture, eta
THE BIG PAINT STORE
Fisher, Thorsen & Co.
FROINT AIND MORRISON STS.
Portland Woman Ar jnuinf Them Off
With itNinf Slaotrlo raat.
There has been a great death rate in
the cockroach family slnoe Stearns'
Electric Rat and Roach Paste lias been
introduced to housekeepers in this city.
It is very aay to use, and kills them
off at night. I
Stearns Past is sold under guaran
tee to exterminate cockroaches ': and
other vermin or money will be refunded.
Stearns' Electric Paste is also guar
anteed to kill off rats and mice.
Insist upon getting Stearns' Electric
Rat and Roach Paste. It la. the only
guaranteed exterminator sold, . driving
rais ana mice oai oi aoors to ais. anri
completely ridding the house of oock-
roacnes, water nuga, oea nugi and other
vermin. . Be sure to get Stearns' Pasta.
th only "Moneyback'r vermin destroyer.
Stearns Electric Fast .la uM
druggists or ent prepaid on receipt of
rice. - i-oi. dox 36C, IB -ox. box $L00.
teams' Electric Past Co.. .Bu(TnJn
T. Cfonnerlr Culcaaa I1L), ,
4 LAST OF SUNDAY EXCURSIONS JUNE 2 VIA
A. & C. R. R. TO SEASIDE
jj Tickets on sale Northern Pacific Ticket Office, Third arid
M - - . , Morrison Streets, and Union Depot. , 1
U -S, R. H. JENKINS,
H- , " t - . v;. General Passenger Agent." SI
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