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Wet Weather Puts Off Mult
; America to Gallop One and
nomah Games Planned for
Half Miles at Gravesend.
. To.bring happiness to the heart of the hunter
; there is only one smoke that can equal the y
smoke from his gua and that is the'cool," sweet
t TEX THOUSAND IS r
CLUB TO SEXD STRONG t
: ; AMOUNT OF, PUESE
TEAM TO P. N. Av MEET
$3 WU1 Be More Than Usually Interest
Ing, as It Will Bring Peter Pan
and Itonk Gffl logther Again
st Probable Lineup In Races.
: I-";-'f f ,t (Jcraai Special ServM.) '
? : New Tork, June 13. Next Saturday
f the $10,fl,?0 Brooklyn Derby will be run
'at Gravesend,-; Here 1-year-olds will
I take up full weight and gallop one and
Hone halt miles surely a test of thor-
I oughbred speed and stamina. 4
Vl Thle year's Derby ia particularly In
f terestln: as It will' bring ' Frank 0111
and Peter Pan together again, both un
-dec' IS pounds, while Charley El II eon
I4 Intends to start. Yankee Girl, winner of
the recently run Ladles' stakes and the
City Park Derby of last March at New
Orleans, Louie Una.; W. Bv McDonough
i of California, sends down ; Oran., while
" Harry. Payne Wrltney will , give '.Pau
f monok another ' chance. ; From' present
prospects tt will be one of the real good
1-year-oia specials or in season,
Feter Fan's Great Record. ,
There is little doubt of Peter i
'i- having run the first mile of the Belmont
' V stakes in 1:37 flat on Memorial day; the
r. v enly,reason for uncertainty in the mat-
. ter rests on the fact of Timer Barretto
r having missed a couple of the poles and
' mistook the exact finishing point. Hence
is there is no official time, but among dos
k' ens of experienced horsemen who caught
tha full mile tne above flirure ia accept
ed as authoritative, - This is remarkable,
for DIck Welles' world's record Is
pllnnml bv two fifths of a second.
i Despite Peter Fans Wonderful flight
Of speed, many DOOKmaicers win lay
swinst him in the Brooklyn Derby, in
asmuch as so big a horse cannot get
around - the sharp Gravesend turns as
easily ss he did at Belmont Park. In
the Belmont stakes peter Pan proved
k mi f tha undoubted sunerior or bu-
i Derman. the Brooklyn Handicap winner.
' In fact, he is really the best 1-year-old
seen hereabouts since Sysonby a great
year. , . - -
Za Tory Xrge Colt. .
Thle son . of , Commando-Cinderella
1S hands aad weighs a little
over 1,580 pounds, two facts which af
ford some idea of his size. - He is a
handsome colt, too. After his Belmont
stakes race , Decourcer Forbes -said
J.rr.1 J 1 .... . T A . . Am TT
land and France tomorrow satisfied he
w?rd to rac, against , the perby any believed.to account for the pe
colts. over there. -h ' o.-'--- I " . . . ... . , .
The Watercress J-year-old Panmonok culiarly puzzling Curves "with which
js just as nne a ioo-err out Koagera naa
not tightened him ud at the time the
Beimont stakes came to nana. I pre
dict a big improvement in this horse
from now on. In fact, Paumonok may
take some beating in the Derby at hand.
Here is the probable lineup of the
1307. Brooklyn Derby: j t; ,, , ' --.
' Owner. 4 Price.
. .1 .129
Jan., R. Keene 3-10
Jas. R.'Keene 9-10
Paumonok.. . .12
L. J. McGlnnls., I
H. P. Whitney,. 5
Chas. Ellison... 4
8. Paget. ......10
Chelsea Stable.. 20
D. Johnson 8
J. B. McDonough 7
Yankee GirL. .121
Chas. Ed ward. 12
The Wrestler.. 12S
Senator Clay. ,12
STAHL'S WIDOW GETS l
BENEFIT BALL GAME
, ' Oosmal ; Soeelil Serriee.
Borton, , June 13. The baseball fans
of Boston ' and vicinity . turned out in
force to witness a game ' between the
Boston ' American league club and the
Providence team of the Eastern league,
played for the benefit of the widow of
"Chick" 8 tab I. the captain of the Bos
ton club, who died during the training
season tnis spring, i Botn ciuos con
tributed their services free and the ben-
- eflt fund was further increased by con
tributions of (50 from each of the clubs
In the American league and 500 rrora
the Boston, club. . -?m
, (Special Ditpeteh to The Journal.)
Vancouver. B. C- June IS. The Van
couver baseball club today announced
that J. c Btrutners or coiumbus. Ohio,
one of the best-known minor league
managers, has been engaged to manage
the local team, v Btrutners will . report
on June zz, ana Is bringing Tour n ret
class players from the Western league.
RECORD; OF THE PAST
f TSo , Xltrongor Qvldence
.. Can Be Had In
Look well o their record. What they
i have done many times in yeara gone by
Is the best guarantee of future results.
Any one with bad back; any reader
suffering from urinary troubles, from
. ft -vi... -s: 5,. , . , ..
i, any kidney Ills, will find In the follow
ing evidence proof that relief and cure
4' ts near afr hand: f . ;
' John Gotcher of 287 North Nineteenth
f -Portland, Oregon, says:- 'Ince the
I early part of 1903, when 1 gave a teat!
monlal recommending Doaa's : Kidney
Pills, t have had some further
a Ions to use the remedy and hare al
5 ways found It of great value In reliev-
Ing kidney complaint, tt never fails
to help me, and I therefore am pleased
to recommend It on every occasion." ' '
Tor sals by all dealers. Pries SO cents.
FoMerMUburn Co Buffalo, New Tork,
. sole agents for the United gtatea.
Remember the' nam POAN'S and
mm t mmmi
.t f w ill v i
v ll; i V.. 111 --' I , X - v.; ; . I
This photograph shows .Mordecal
Brown, the star twlrler of Charlie '
Murphy's Cuba, sending one of hls;
curres 'to a batter. : An . enlarged
I nhOtOBTSDh of his hand la shown be-
: . , vi-.-v.
How, giving a clear Idea of how he
grasps the ball with his three re
maining j fingers.' The : fact v that
Brown, lack! two fingers is gener
he has fooled so many star hitters.
60 B : J N nfi A N - WILL ; RAGE
WITH BARNEY OLDFIELD
rortland Speed Enthusiast to
pion Motorist in Lightning:
Dollar Purse at Iryington Track June 22 and 23.
"Bob" Inman, whose new Thomas
runabout ran away with the hill-climb-tng
races on June 8, is ambitious to
match his car against those world
famous time and 'space annihilators,
Barney Oldfleld and Bruno Siebel,. the
last named being better known as "The
Flying Dutchman." ' The Oldfleld race
meet has at last been definitely fixed
for Saturday and Sunday, June I2 and
28. and a special "sweepstakes" has
been arranged for the three great flyers,
Oldfleld, Siebel and Inman.
The race will be known as the Fiesta
sweepstakes, and the prize will be a
purse of $2,000 cash, hung up by the
Portland Auto club, which is arranging
the race meet It will be run in heats,
the best two out of three, the first beat
to be traveled on Saturday, and the
other two to be contested on Sunday,
CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEWSPAPER -.
' LEAGUE TO BE DECIDED SUNDAY
NEWSPAPER LEAGUE STANDING.
Journal 3 .. 1 . .760
Telegram,..,. 3 1 .760
Oregonlan 0 4 .000
By defaulting the three remaining
games they were scheduled to play in
the Newspaper baseball league, the Ore
gonlan's editorial staff team has placed
the Journal and Telegram In the same
notch in the percentage column, - and
the game that will decide the champion
ship will be played at': the ' league
J rounds next Sunday morning by the
ournal and Telegram teams. -
ON OAKLAND TRACK
Five furlongs Follle L. won, St Avon
second, Balnt MOdan third; time, -1:02.
One mile Eckereall won. Georse Kll
born second, s Sea Air .. third; - time,
1:44 1-6. ' - -
Mile and three sixteenths TaJamund
won, Avontellus second, Byronerdale
third; time. 2:02 Z-6.
MUe and sixteenth Mamie Mayer
won, Ed Sheritan second, Ralph Young
tnira; time, i:bO.
jruturityeourse Taientosa won. Con
vent Bells second. Grace St. Clair third;
urns, ilia. f '
one , mile Joe Coyne won. Edltn
James second, Lord of the Vale third;
time, 1:42 3-6. -----
Seals Get Two Runs. . r .
San Francisco. June 13. Tha "only
two tallies made in yeeterdav's srame
were scored in the seventh on a bunch
ing of hits by the Seals. Score:
, i -, '. ', - ,5 . p w v.
B. F. ....... 9 t 0 0 2 0 02 14 j 0
Oakland ..,0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 -SI
Batteries Henley and EboU.: . Held t
and SUaa. .Umlre Derrick, ,
; "V III t i Iv -J .f . Ill I
, II'- v f f II I
!w , J- AC , : ;. ; ? ' I
Go' Against World's Cham
Chase for Two Thousand
"Bob" Inman will not drive his own
car not quite. Bob has a driver named
W. D. Wallace," who will take all the
chances- attendant -upon whizzing
tnrougn tne air at tne rate or scores
and scores of miles an hour, with fences,
ditches and grandstands strewn along
the path just aching to be run Into.
Wallace has already won the cognomen
of "Blue Streak" in his career about
Portland. He is said to know no such
word as fear,-and.cwith his -employer,
is said to d reany conriaent or bringim
the b)ush of defeat to the cheeks o
Messrs. Oldfleld and Siebel. ' ,
- The big auto meet will be held at the
irvington tracK, and there will be eight
events a day. Each day Oldfleld will
f ive a. speed exhibition, and each' day
he Flying Dutchman will give a speed
exhibition. Then there , will be the
sweepstakes. In addition there will be
five other races, open to all comers
and partaken in bv as many local speed
emnusiasis as can oejnaucea to enter.
The Journal got one default game,
while . the , Telegram's percentage was
boosted by two games defaulted by the
Oregonlan. Only - one game has 'been
played by the Oregonlan team, when it
lost to the Journal by the score of 21
to 3. Last Sunday the Journal defeated
the Teleirram 6 to 4 In elsrht lnninas.
Next Sunday's game will decide whether
the Journal or the Telegram is entitled
to the Newspaper league championship,
and the handsome silver baseball trophy
offered to the winning team by Alex
emita,) . proprietor, oi n tne xumwater
cafe,,' . ,' .' .- . :':-.
RECORD FOR TENNIS
ENTRIES IS BROKEN
One hundred and 'five entries - have
been registered for the spring .handicap
tournament of the Irvington .Tennis
club, i , This breaks the northwest record,
The entries closed last night, : and the
players In every event far exceed the
number in last spring's tournament. - In
the men's singles there are 29 contest
ants. - The handicaps and drawings will
be held tonight, and tournament play
will begin Saturday. ,.
RAIN PREVENTS GAME ,
Portland-Los Angeles game DostDorfed. i
nam. ': "
YESTERDAY 8 RESULTS.
San Francisco. 2; Oakland, 0.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
is i . : V UII.
Los Angeles .80
San Francisco ....... 30 27
Oakland .,..,..,... .13 ' i 82
Members of Club "Who Have Distln
Kiusueu aueiiiBfivrs at t ariuus
Colleges WiU Go to Seattle- Lob-
erg an to Manage Athletes.
Wet1 weather this week has caused
the postponement of the spring handi
cap field day, which the Mnltnomah dub
had planned to hold next Saturday1;' On
account of the Seattle - meet on : the
twenty-second and because Multnomalt
field has been engaged for several Sat-
urdays In advance, tha handicap games I
will not be held at all this spring or
summer. It is likely, however, that thai
meet wiu be neia alter acnooi opens in
This does not mean that training on
neia ana track will cease at tne Mult
nomah club... Jack King, whose ability
as a trainer has been proven by many
seasons of . results, haa been engaged
for the whole year and he will continue
to coach aspiring athletes who remain
In town during the summer months.
Ud to the lnterscholastlo meet King I
dally trained a, squad of from 30 to 40 I
men and much good was accomplished.
it is tne intention or tne outdoor com-1
mi t tee to develop a crack track team
from within the fold, such as was done
10 yeara ago under Jack King's direc
tion, when the University of California's
best were badly beaten in a dual meet!
The Multnomah club expects to carry
tray the majority of points In the P.
N. A. meet
ween rrom Saturday, as
well, as to place aeveral men on the
team which the P. N. A. plans to send
to Jamestown. Cracks from the Uni
versity of Oregon, from Stanford and
from 0 A. C. will compete under the
Multnomah club colors. Frank Loner
gan will go to Seattle in charge of the
team and BUI Hayward, the Oregon
trainer, will take care of the Physical
condition of the men.
Among those who will go to Seattle
are: From Oregon and Multnomah,
Kelly, sprinter and broad Jumper; Hus
ton, sprinter: Moo res. - aDrinter and
hurdler, McKlnney, Zachariaa nd Hug,
weight men; Reid, quarter-mller. From
O. A. C and Multnomah. Greenlaw, mid
dle-distance runner; Swan, pole vaulter;
Da volt, mile and half mile. From Stan
ford and Multnomah. Reed and Hoi man.
sprinters. From Hill Military academy,
Sam May, half-mller.
TRICK TO STOP
Question as to How to Break
: Up Play Has Long Puzzled
the Best Players.
JOHNNY EVERS TELLS
t)F SCHEME HE WORKS
Rons in Behind Pitcher and Passes
Ball to Shortstop Between His
Legs Wlthoqt Wasting ,Tlme
; The double steal, which has been suc
cessfully polled off a number of times
in Portland already this season, can be
stopped If you know how to work the
trick. V So .says Johnny Evers ot , the
When I first started playing prof es-1
sionoj mu coma not neip dui notice i
now onen a aouDie steal wouia ut ini mMt prominent delegates to the conven-run,-
sald Johnny recently, "and how ti0n. and the refornts they advocated and
wiien 4i won me name, li seemea im
possible to stop it. so I began thinking
up some scheme to get the man. It
usually occurs when there are two men
out; then with a man on first and one
on third, the former would Start to steal
second. 'If the catcher threw to second
the man pn third . would race home and
the throw, was tod long from second to
get' him.-' - ; ..- ..
- Tricks WTUeh railed.
' "Then " the trick of the second base.
man running in behind the Ditcher n
such occasions and stopping the. throw
and shoo tin It back to the nlata was
started. This worked for a while, but
then the runner on third got to sticking
to the bsa-. and as a result the Tn An ttfm
Ing from first to second would be safe
at second. , , t ; -
"It seemed to me that there 'shnnM
be some means of getting one of these
men and making 'the third out, so I
thought of the olan of running In he.
hind the Ditcher iust as others Had been
doing and then if the runner at third did
not try ror nome I would relay the ball
on to second in time to get the runner
coming rrom nrst to make this relay
One can lose no time, and It would be
almost Impossible to turn about and
throw the ball to the shortstop, who is
covering .second base. , v
j-s-ft-3fow it Can Bo xoae.'.., -:
"So, with much pre etlcs I was able
to run In on , such plays, thus holding
the runner at third,-and with good
throw from the catcher r could take the
ball and with the same movement pass
Dei ween my Knees dsck , to second
base in time to nab the other ronner.
."The catcher, of course, must make
a' good throw for the play to be a suc
cess. - The ball should reach me just
auure ins unees, nung ana myseir nave
practiced for hours on this one play,
and we have it down now so that it
generally works. . . -
"Of course, if the man on third tries
to get home I am there for a short,
quick throw to the plate which should
beat him I think It Is a spectacular
f lay when properly carried out, and
here is no doubt it Is stopplna- a score
and at the same time getting one of
the men out"
Amateur Nine Wants Game.
The South Portland baseball team
would like to R-et a aame- for next Run.
day with any team in the city not over
18 years old. .Call up Art Day, between
and 7 o'clock. Phone Main 0713.
' ' ' 1 ' Hood River Wins.
- , fSpeeial Dtepetcb te Tbe JoarnaL)
Hood River, Or June 13. The Hood
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j SPECIAL NUMBER 6 FRIDAY AND ' SATURDAY AT
j S88-390 East Morrison St, Near Grand Ave.
.Women's $2.50 Silk Waists
A surprise offering 20 dozen all silk Waists,
elaborately trimmed; compare .these with those
advertised at. double the money; the .entire lot
goes at, each..
I C55ZSSSZSZSS8ZSS8SSSESSSZ3 EZZZZZZZSSSZZZZZSZZZZZZSi.
River ball nine defeated the Stevenson
nine 1 to 0, at Stevenson Sunday. The
game ended with a double play mane ny
Sheets to Richardson to Blowers of Hood
River. . -.'.i.v R. H
Hood Rivers ................. 1.1
Stevenson .... . 0 S
Batteries Hart and Castner: HIsgins
Tacoma. 9: Butte. 0.
Vancouver . . . .
' National League.
B: Brooklyn. 4.
es ;nicago and mil
adelnhla. at Chicago: - Cincinnati and
! Boston, at Cincinnati: St. Louis and
Mew York, at St. Louis. , -
, American' League.
Dejtrolt. 18; New York; 4. '
Chicago, 13; Washington, 1. .
Cleveland, 12; Boston, .
Philadelphia, 3; St. . Louis. 0.
'IS DIVIDED TODAY
. : (Journal BpecUl ' Service.)
Minneapolis, Minn., -June 13. The Na
tional Conference of Charities and Cor
rection was divided into several sections
today. ' Each - meeting ' was largely vat
tended, and the subjects for discussion
proved of a-reat Interest to the delea-ates.
Among the-speakers were some of the
h nrln(M thv rlatad nrovod of
great interest1 ' Many of those ' most
firomtnent in tne work or caring ror de
Inquent children ;4n various parts of
the United State addressed the section
devoted to- tneir particular line. ?
Rabbi I. L. Ryplns of St. Paul spoke
before the section meeting devoted to
the discussion of- needy families on the
subject of "Self -Supporting Settlement
- At the general session this forenoon
papers were presented as rouows: ' Jfro
ventive Measures -as -Applicable to the
Mississippi Valley," Will lam D. Wash,
burn Jr., Minneapolis; "OWork for Nor
mal Working Young Women." Miss Marj
E. McDowell, head resident'Universit;
of Chicago settlement; 'Work for Nor
mSl Laboring Young Men," Graham Tar
t,3 wrarAt et rhirftn rMttmnni. -
-John Koren of Boston presided
the section on "Statistlos." Amongthe
mer of the: V
ire Professor Ligntner wit-
mer of the UniversUy of Pennsylvania
and LindSly R.
Williams, D. ., of New
AMERICAN JOCKEY IS
IDOL OF ENGLISHMEN
I . (Journal Special flerriee.) . ' .
London,. June 13. Johnny Relff, the
American , jockey who piloted Richard
Croker's 1-year-old colt.Orby to victory
in the rich derby last week, is the herd
or- the hour ana is Demg iionizea. -
The former Tammany leader has pre
sented him with a check for 325.000
Orhv'i owner could well afford this.
Jfor outside the stake of 132,000 Croker
won personally tuny ..o.uvo ana nis
friends who shared his confidence must
have taken many thousands of pounds
Irom the oooKnvaicera. .-. ; . ,
(Jooraal Bpeolil Berriee.) -.
Beaumont, Tex., June 13. The execu
tive committee of the Interstate Inland
Waterway.'- association : of Texas and
Louisiana, which was formed at a meet,
ing held in Lake Charles a year ago,
assembled here today for Its first meet
ing. The secretaries of numerous com
mercial organisations throughout. . the
two states are also taking cart in the
proceedings,; . ' ..
ns cniec purpose ox tne committee
'. : Take apackage of Imperiales.ln your shooting V
jacket ' Every one of them will hit the mark of '-
comfort and satisfaction." WStf-:!;;.
- Their pure, clean, conscientiously blended to ?
bacco is rolled in thin reals paper crimped,
not pasted and burns smoothly and deliciously
rirfit to the mouthpiece. , . y. t r " ' ,
The mouthpiece keeps " the smoke cool and :
B soothing. - No cigarettes better than Imperiales, '
: : at any price. Imperiales are still ,; . ; ;
- v 10 for 10 ticats -
TL Den of the West smoked 100,000,000 Imperiales in '
, JOHN BOLLMAN COMPANY, "San Fraadsccj
Msjaitfactnrara .,' . -hj
Grabber ' He,
wiu pn uori
taaa asy stker.
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JOHN S. BEALL; Mafctarei
121 BswtbofM Arenas i 1 rortlaaj. Oredoi
. TEA .
" No other tea is ' safe but-;
moncyback ? tea; you ' take j
your chance with all other ?
Teer ffracer retarat
Uks Scaiilias'i Best)
meeting is to arrange for a convention
or in iuii organisaiion tQoe neia
uctoDer, xnis convenuon win uri
upon conaress the necessity for an earl
completion of the proposed interstate
canal. ' The last session of .congress ap
propriated aoout- Z600.00O. eoually di
vided between the - two states, for the
beginning of the construction work. The
completion or tnis iniana waterway will
create ' new lnaustriai conditions and
shift the commerce of the Mlsslsslnni
and Rio Grande valleys from an artifi
cial to a natural basis, afford cheana
fair.' eaual. adeauate transDortatlon fa.
cumes to ail lines or Business.
In addition to the canal problem, the
commercial secretaries now in convert'
tion wllr discuss numerous other 'mat
ters relating to the welfare and develop
ment oi Texas ana ixmisiana. uovernor
Campbell of Texas. Governor Blanchard
of Louisiana. Hon. O. B. Colauitt and
other men of prominence are among the
scneauiea speaKers. Atetnoos or secur
ing new industries. Panama and the
coast .trade. , transportation and other
matters will be given attention.
EFFETE EAST AROUSED .
BY 00LDFIELD 3IINER
' - ;.' (Journal Bpecia! Service.)
Alton, IIL, June 13. Wearing a brown i
soft hat and big diamonds, Allen Cook, i
a Ooldneld, Nevada,-miner, spent $4,000
In Alton In one' week.
Cook's tour of the city was person.
ally conducted. Cock picked np a
chance acquaintance, - MpKlnley . Ward.
and offered hira 1 1 0 a day to act as
pilot, then set sail and cruised through
.1 1 .A 1 A . .. .. i ? I
"I've come to look up my cousin, C
Van Preter," he saw.
Van Preter runs the biggest depart
ment-store In Alton. .. He bad never
uaii fnnk 141a cnunln from the waat
went to his store. In his right' hand
was a roll of bills as big as a loaf, of
"I'm vour oousin cook, rrom uoioneia.
want you to keep this money for me.
Ann't fcnnw how much it Is. Chuck it
in your strong box till I call ror it"
Don't let your child suffer with that
cough when you can cure it with Bal-I
lard's Hnrehound Syruo. a sure cure fori
Coughs, Bronchitis, innuensa, -croup ana
Pulmonary Diseases. Buy a bottle and
B. B. Laugher, Byhalia.'Mlsa, writes:
have two children who had croup. II
tried many - different remedies, but II
must say, your Horehound Syrup ts the
best Croup and Cough -medicine X. aver
used." Sold . by all druggists. ;
TURK AND GOUGH STRCCTS
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New betel, faees Jefferson Bquara, . Two
blocks from Van Ness At., the present shop
ping district. Car lines transferring all over
city, pass doer. Every modern convenience.
360 moms sina-leer en suite. 160 private baths.
American ana European plana, Prics moder
ata, - Omnibus meets all trains. "- "
STEWART BARKER CO.
The Hotel Stewart Opens September 1st
sav .rgAvoisco's LXAsna comjocbcial
eotxx, corzAorno too loom. -.
The St. James
rtriTOH ST. A3T9 TA3T TEW ATX
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trlet. Modem sod bnadsomely fsralsbed. Prl.
vate txtba. .telepboaes ia every room. Sample
rooms for travellnc men. - Rates from l.ou te
34.00. v BnropMB plia. aeenslrile te eu P
Bltoatcd In the hurt of .the hopping ai
i dlttrlct- Clo te the th tree.
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Hotel "Key Route Inn"
22nd Street and Broadway
ftkUU . WUWW UIU ' vauw
Runny rooms. Private - baths, long-dis
tance telephones,, compressed air clean
ing, large lobby, cafe a la carte with
cuisine and service unsurpassed, Foe
rates, etc., address
" N. 8. MULlSbT, Manager.
Formerly Assistant Manager " Palace
Ellis Street, Bet, Powell - and Kaeoa,
trlotly Flrst-Clasa, Absolutely Fires
proox. . in aocmij so wiw awen.
j. O'coararnu ngr.
6A TiAHCiaco ivmoyBAHTtur oinr.
Single rooms or' ea solte. KleTitor, steam
beat, electric UKbts.aad all nodera eon real.
eneee. Strictly flretlaw. ConTnlot to shop.
pins centers. . On direct line from ferry and
Third and Towaeeod depot . Bi tee 31 BP. "
028 Kills St., neir Tin Vmi avenoe. ' ";
- C. E. OANTER. Mgr. .. -
Spend your vacation at Seaside and at
delightful Locksley Hall. More attrao.
llv. than h.riM . A
of the highest order. One hundred eTeNLI
gant outside rooms; - private baths; elec
trie iigms; , ..oi ana coia water.
Annex overlooking the Pacific and 4a.
UghtfuITy situated cottages.-
Onlslne ; Tnrarnassea. - Sea Foods a
Specialty. : " "f(fi"-',
. t 11 . ; i r. -
FSXB BTS MEETS Ul TXATJrS.
F. ZW AUSTUr, Zh A. 0ASU8Z.S, Frops,
OPEN AIX 1KB TEAS.
CLATSOP BZAOH,, SEASIDE, OKZaOV.
The Ollff Koue ef Oregea, ,
.Directly on the beach,- overlooking the
enean. Hot salt bathe and serf . bathtn-.
Recreation Hire for flublnv. Kun narin
rlMtrle Uitfatt.-flrplo andfarnice Iwmt.
tins walks and Or ire, sea foods a specialty
Kates, S2.50 and $3.00 per day
SPECIAL BATES BT THE WEEK.
V PAN I. MOOBS. Prop. : .