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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENING, JULY 13, 1SC7.
SPORTS QF THE BAY
"W r r- 1 : - 1 :
a aw j
Frafces Beaten at St. "Johns
. and Indians Once More
r v Lead the League. '
TAIX-ENDERS FIGHT . !
:: IT OUT IN PORTLAND
MQIIner JOeed to Apostles by Numer
ous Errors ' Default of Cuba I
Cuvof Bhkeup Sorehead Are
I Dropped ' and Tera "Reorganised.
LflttRDATS TRI-CITT RESULTS.
A m A AmwaM Vss
arm a, w viw.au a t v w vi as, s . i u m as a.
' At St. John Apostles, I; Brakes, I.
At, kelao Kelao. 6; Astoria. 1.
jforianea wooflDurn, ; uud., e. ,
- , STANDINO OF TEAMS.'
fit. Johns ..........11
KelSO , T
Cubs ............... I
B rs wars ,.,.,. 4
,nAk. ' ' :
' ; 4
ji - .
" Had the rirakea given Southpaw Pen
der any1 support yesterday there would
have been a great battl to b recorded
-.- the St. Johns diamond, but they -did
aoi ana cnarue moot a ounon 01 eainis
Won la a gallop. . .j
aUrhy Drennen -appeared In a St.
Johna uniform and gathered unto hlm
' self much (lory as a gardener, ill a one
handed eatsh ot a hard fly U tha first
Inning and ouiek precise throw to short
nmnln. a. Aatf uvored of nrofes-
L atonal training but then everybody aa
pected much of Drennan.
Charlie Moore pitched a great came
nd bis support waa faultless, tha only
error enaiaed up against pu jonni ue
v ' Ingen overthrow to flrat by Brown.
auw r fwkmvm m .... ,w " n "
- - and did not aeem to ba able to hit
.... Moore, only securing fire scattered
Wl tJav. Tnhti f.nlt.M4 - A . .Uv.r
double by a beautiful pea to tha plate,
catching McKay com In a In from third.
SncKay'e work at Second for the Apoatlea
waa clean and fast.- Pender pitched
rood ball, striking out tha heavy hitters
n tha Apostle- team aad keeping tha
jilts well scattered. -
St. Johna mads their scores In tha
early states and tha Frakee at no tlma
were even dangerous. . Tha aoor . In
dsteil;, . .
' - r,7 SCORE IN DETAIL.
': ' ST.- JOHNS.
r ' . - AB.R.H.PO. A.H.
Tirennan. cf. ......... I I 0
McKay. ib......,...l .1 i !
, Clark Moora, lb 4 1 1 li .
Kenkle, If 4 i iri 4
rbrldg aai,v.r 4 - J
loore. -a, i, ....... I; " 4
-"" ""toui i. . ,'. t. L:xii n u Hi
' " V FRAKEH.
Johnson, ef... 4
Newell. Ib.... 4
A. Porrott, lb. ....... I
9l Vorrott. if.' .4
Mangold, rf.. ........ 4
Houston, tb. ........ '4 1
Autore, a I
i i l
..'......81 I C 14 10 7
arrtnie wr iroriNos.
. Bt Johns .......i M M
JVsitsa I 0
- Hlta 1 I 0 0 1 0 1
" Struck out: By Charlie Moore 4; by
Fender . Baaee on balla,: Off Moore 0;
off Pender 8. Double plays: Drennsn
. to Trowbridge, Johnson to Autore, Sae
. rlflce hits: Heakle. Stolen bases: A.
Porrott, Mangold. Houston, Antore,
'prenaan. Charlie Moore, Henkl. Brown.
' lilt by pltehsd ball: O. Moore, Chnpln, A.
. Porrott. First baae on errors: Frskes,
1: St Johns, 4. Earned runs: at. Johna,
J; Frakea. X-JIIta rnsds Oft Moore t;
off Fender T. Time of game, 1:10. At-
- tendance, 1,100. Umpire, Cheyne. Soor
wr, H. K. Smith. ; ; ' '
- Catw Defaalt to.Woodbom. , .
Woodburn gained a few polnfe yes-
terday . in- tha percentage ladder -in a
very easy manner, when the Cub-Indian
- amS aohwliiUd on tha Woodburn dla-
Sond went forfeit on account of .the
aba failing to put In an appearance.
While It waa eaay for Woodburn It
pretty hard on Manager tsmun or
tintsOiha, aa It not only forfeits him a
gamwuc iit:w nun uiiuci ..iit, m ic
league for not appearing with hla team
fn the field.- Yet It waa only tha nat
ural eutcom to the petty bickering
which haa been going on ampng tha Cub
blayers all asason.
Smith haa made the mistake of trying
to keep his team together Instead or
OUR FIRST ANNUAL CLEARANCE. SALE .I
Right In midseasoh we're cutting all our high-grade men's wear 20 to. 50 per cent. Absolutely
everythinir reduced, contract goods alone excepted. See windows. ; v .
; ; : Jiist a Few of the "Live Ones"
$3.00 Fancy Silk Pongee, Neglijgee
Fancy Silk Pongee, Neglieee tft i?Pf
$3.00 Absolutely all silk Negligee d0 QC
Broken lines of our Novelty Golf f 1 f
Shirts, values to $2.00.... 1.10
Every one of our highest ' grade f
Blum & (Coch $5 and $6 Straws. . . .
Every Panama in the place,
to $10.00 .J. . . . . .Vv. . . . i .
FAMOUS, ATHLETES WILL GO TO 1
JAMESTOWN FOR OLYMPIC CLUB
' aooraal pedal aerrltaj ,
- San rrenolioo. July 11 Charlie Par
sons and P. C Oehrardt, aprlnterf ;
Andrew Glarner, mlddle-dlataaos runner;
Herbert Cheek and Billy Powell, hurd
leraj Al pUw. Ralph Roaa and William
Ollmora, weight-throwers; Channlng
HaJL jumper; Fred Lanagan, pole
vaulter; Raleigh Kelly, distance runner,
and Ollle Bnedlgar, all-around man.
These twelve - sterling athletes will
eomprlsa tha Olymplo club track team
which It la, at thta writing, the Inten
tion to aend to the Jameatown Expoal
Tha remarkable ahowlntf made by tha
California athletea la the Pari fie North
weat ehamplonahlps. held IA Seattle,
when four mea wearing the Olympic
club colors wen seven first placea and
Captured tha beautiful trophy offered
for tha club scoring; the greatest number
of points, despite the fact that tha Spo
kane, Bnattle and Portland cluba were
represented tor full teame of fifteen te
twenty conteatanta, haa proven con
elualvely the worth of the track and
field SDeclallsta eomoetle In thla sec
tion of thet country. '
rinnni won m xna national enam
plonahlpa Of America two- years ago at
BEAVERS XOME HOME WITH NO
CHANGE IN THEIR PERCENTAGE
The Beavera will be back In Portland
again tomorrow for a three weeks' en
gagement at Athletlo park. MoCredla'a
bunch struck a great streak Of ball play
ing during the last two weeks of their
flrat visit and succeeded la Infusing a
lot of renewed life Into the fane. ,Tny
went south with a determination ta put
themselves above the .400 mark in tha
percentage column and they did well
until peat week, when thud I thudl thudl
they were hammered down again.
In the flrat two weeka of play In Call,
fornla the Beavera won lust half their
games snd pulled themselves up to the
.400 mark. Where they remained for Just
one day. Theft they met; tha Beala and
The San . Francisco wizard a took six
out of seven and the Beavera were left
In almost exactly the position they were
wnen iney ten town, un June tneir
peroentaare was .1(1. Today It la .170. .
dropping out the dissatisfied soreheads
and filling their placea with other men
more capable and harmonious. The
break hsa now widened to Such lan ax
tent that he realliea hla position and
la already signing new men te build up
team 10 pull togetaer. .
Other managers In the league have
had trouble, but nana have actually been
Obliged to forfeit a game on account of
the action of thelf players. The fsns
demand good ball for their money and
will not stand for the loud mouthlnsa
and careless playing of playera even iu
league use toe iri-v.ny. aaanagsrs.
moreover, are criticised severely for al
lowing- such players to appear in - a
same. It hurts the earns end Is no
credit to) the league. It Is to be hoped
that the new men and the oM ones thaU
remain n-thetaaM will work together.
6iwww Beat - TronkaC -
4ai 'Dnwari defeated " tha Trunk-
makeraln a close game at the Vaughn
street grounds, the final score being
to 1. Barnhart. the new pitcher In the
Trunks' segregation. twirled a fine
not. but his support was not so good
ss that of Habernlcht. Ooddard, the
Brews' hew right fielder, made the star
play or the aay wnen ne eompieiea .a
double by throwing out a player at flrat
after making a eensational catch In the
field. Score by Innlnga: .
Brewers 1HH t
-Hlta 1114 0 I
ON E0AD ONCE MOKE
y'.' . ': ii ii ' . .
ponreaT Special Service.) '
, Chicago. July 18. The Glldden Tour
ists resumed their Journey eaatward at
10 o'clock this morning. They will go
today as far aa Indianapolis, a distance
of 148 tntlea The roads oa this run are
said to ba exceedingly fine. 'At Indian
apolla ths tourists will atop at tha Den
tilson' house. There the heednuartera of
the Automobile dub of Indianapolis w.il
be thrown open and considerable local
entertainment la promised the tourists.
Tomorrow's run, from lndlanapolle to
Columbus, a dlatanea of 104 miles. Is
the longest en the tour. For a greater
fiart of the way the national highway
a followed and this thoroughfare can
not fall to be ah ideal ona lor touring
In any aort of weather.
Tha hignway Is left behind to reach
Dayton, but the tourists come bsck to
It sgsln In order to snter Columbus. In
Columbus tha nartv wilt probably be
split up among several hotels.
; ; r TUr Baseball AU Day.
The Stephens bell nine defeated the
Fultona yesterday, 10 to T. They also
defeated the Hawthorne Parks In a 1
Innlng game, t to 8. Thla makes 14
games straight for tha Btephena nine .
Ceatitiful -Neckwear, COc and 75c
values. . . .. . v. ........... .. ........ . . .ajOC
Novelty Fancy Hosiery, 50c and 15c, QCse
the pair ajjC
Broken lines of Underwear, values to. OH '
$1.00.....:,..... ... ......... . .....OOC
Handkerchief Linen Underwear, short QC
Sleeves and Drawers. OuC
Standard $2.00 Lisle Union ' t- )f
Suits. . . . . . ... . . . . . . Ol.LX)
values t A nr?
... . ; . !7 O
384 WASHINGTON, Between West Park
Portland and ahould duplicate h!s feat
- In the 440 and 180-yard runa ularner
haa never been beaten on thla eoaat, and
la confident that with earnest trelnlng
he oan do a half mile under 1:6 and tha
quarter close ta 4 seoonde.
Cheik la considered the fastest low
hurdler In America today, and easily
beat Smlthaon In . that event bn the
Fourth of July.
Powell when in form caa take oar of
himself In any company. A few yeare
ago. when the University of California
track team went east. Powell was a
member and . beat all. tha best hurdlers
Rnan, the Healdabure giant, and Flaw
have already both held world'a record.
Ollmore, whose reat performano at
Seattle Is still present In tha memory
of athletlo followers, le picked to help
Plaw and Rose carry points la the
welsht evente. ' T !--
Hall will he looked to win the high
Jump. Hla fliaht of 6 feet Inches
Indoors) Is considered one of the beet
performances ever made In the event.
La n as an. who vaulted 11 feet 4 tnchee
In tha Banford-Unlversltv of California
meet, will enter in police vault, ana
Kelly Is to run the mile In both the Ju
nior and senior events. Snedisax'e par
ticipation at -Jameatown la oomewhat
oountrui. ..... -
Fart of tha time When away the Fort,
landera played auperb bail. At - other
times, according to tha. sporting writers
of the southland, they performed like a
bunch of school boys. The pitchers
have been In noor form Of late. Klnsella
lDeclallv aeemlifa- to have lost his grip.
j ns ousner, iiariman. naa maae gooa in
the paat three weeka and will positively
remain on MoCredle's pitching ataffVfor
the remainder of the season.
Two notable addttlotia were made to
the team during the past two weeks.
They are Atherton and Porkorney. Ath-
erton haa played In several different
poaltlons so far, but MoCredie originally
secured him with the Idea of putting him
at first Ha haa made several eoetlv
errors ao far, but the general belief In
tha south Is that ha la a strong addition
to the team, - Porkorney wiU ' act as
utility man for tha present.
Tomorrow's game will begin, as asual,
at J:0, prov.el the train la not de
layed. The Ban Franclaoo team will face
WEEK'S CALENDAR OF SPORTS
Monday Southern- Atlantlo
statea - tf nnla . championship at
Augusta, Georgia. Connecticut
atate tennla championship at
Litchfield. Connecticut Prelimi
nary blue ribbon race meeting
opens at Windsor Ontario.
Tuesday Oreet Western cir
cuit race meeting Opens at Lib
ertyvtlla, Illlnola. Opening ot
4 annual MUlbinon f At Ia.nlia e
4, City ; Horee - Show . association, . 4
wi Annual tournament of American
Oolf Association of Advertising
Intereata opens at the MldlothUn e
'club. Chicago. Intsrstate aaao-
clatlon's aeoond eastern handl-
' cap target tournament at Boa ton.
. Wednesday Six-round bout -
between Jack Johnaoa and Bob
FItsaimmona at Philadelphia, e
golf .tournament opens at Rook
Ialand, Illlnola. . V. . . e
Thursday-Annual tournament e
of Winona : (Minnesota B porta- a
men'a association. Trial raeea e
for Canada'a cup ohallengers be-
gin at Toronto. - e
. Friday National ' polo eham- '
plonahlp opens at Onwentaia 4
club, Chlcaga Two-day r meet e
of the United State Motor Rao- .
lag association at Indiana polta. e
Saturday Flay baglna at a
Wimbledon. England, for . tha e
Davis international , tennla a
trophy. Annual regatta of South- 4
western Amateur Rowing aaao-
elation at Crave Coeur lake,. Chi-
'the Chloago Taoht club. Annual e
meet of the western division of
the -American Canoe association e
.opens at Rockford, Illlnola. e
Angels Bat Out Victory. '
- (Jearaal Special aerrlee.) '
Ixs Angeles, July 18. Catea waa
batted heavily 'by the Angela yesterday,
four doublea an aeven singles being
secured off his delivery. Score I
Los Angeles 4 0 0 1 1 0 4 a10 m j
Oakland . ...0 liilittt-i tl
Batteries Gray and Hogan; Catea and
Bliss. Umpire Perrlne.
WHITE . "i
FK OH If AN
SEALS WH) BOTH
- SABBMII GALE
Slive'rs Henley Shuts Out the
Beavers in Morningr Con
" test at Oakland.
HAVE HAD OTHER ONE
Hartman Bolda Sesjs, Dowtt fUl the
Elgbth, Then Goes Into Air and
Walks Three Groom IMsplaoee
. , . . . .. i . - ...
- Him, but Is Unable to Sola Lead.
. TESTXRDATS RESULTS, v '
San Francisco. Ml "Portland, 0-42U
- Lea Angeles. . lor Oakland. . , , .,. .
bTandino of thJ clubs.
' . Won. jLost ., Pet
Loa Aagelea 81
Ban Francisco ...... 8 8
Oakland , t f.t.ut "i
Portland .......... .18
'.'. (Jearaal Bpeelal fWrvlee. '
.i San ! Franclaoo, July 1, The Seals
won both games of. the double-header
yeaterday, completing the aeries of
seven with the lose cf only one.' The
mornlAaf conttatT Jlrd. iff Oakland re-
suited In a 8 to 0 score. In the after
noon tha tally sheet said I to 4 In favor
of the locale. ;:r - -,
TBIIvsrs Henley, who leads the.league
as a slab artist, waa responsible Tor the
first win. The Beavera ahould have had
the aeoond. Up to the eighth not a
Seal completed the circuit- Then Toung
Hartman went Into the air and forced
three men home. He waa displaced In
the ninth. by a room, but the latter waa
unable to bold hie lead and the locaia
cored .twice on him, winning the for
lorn hope. The Beavers outbatted the
Beala three to one. Scores:
r.r-j- A.a R-it p.o. a:b.
Bassey.lf. 4 j j I
Caeey, lb. ......4 6 A
Atherton. lb. ,,..,. .4 0
McCredle, rf. ....,...
Donahue, o .......... .8 0 f f
Porkoney, of. 8 9
SohlmpfT. as. 8
CsJlff, p. .............O f
Moore, e. .0 0
Totale 81 4
.' " SAN FRANCISCO,
.v. ...... A.B. R. It P.O. A. &
Bhaughnessy, rf. 4 U9 . 9 9
Mohler. lb ...8 t 4 1 14
Wheeler, ss, ,.,..,...8
HUdebrand, If. t
Irwin, 8b. ...........
nnenner. ef. ...M......8
Esola, C ............. . jT
Henley, p. .......... ..1
. Totali ........
.18 IT 11- S
. . RUNS BT 1NN1NOS.
SUMMARY. . .
Home fun Wheeler. Two-base hit
Shaughneesy. Mott Sarrlf Ice hit Moh
ler. First base on called balls Off
Callff 4. Struck. oui--By ijaiui e, nen
ley 4. Double playa Callff to Schlmpff
to Atherton;, Irwin to Mohler to Wll
llsms. Wild -pitch Callff. Time . of
rm One hour and 80 mlnutea. Um
. PORTLAND. .
i - a n w ti V rY A
Bsseey. If, 4 o I 1 j
Mott, b, 1 . J
Casey. 2b. i 4 0 . I f
Atherton. in. J
McCredie, cf. ........ 8 1
Donahue, c .......... 4 1
r-oraorney, n. s .
Schlmpff, aa J
Hartman, p. ......... I
Groom, p. ..i. ....... 1
TrAala ............88 4 TT18 It
Two out when winning run w
ma" SAN FRANCISCO.
Shaughneasy, rf. .,..4 111.1
Mohler, lb. ......... 4 11 I f
Wheeler, aa. ,4 1 14
uiM.k,..j te t a a n 4
j t iimqui as .n w v w v w
Irwin, lb. 10 1 1
William a, lb.. W. .i..rP12-i
Spencer, cf. I 0 0 1 1
Rsola, o. i. ........... 4.4 4 16
Quick, p. 1- 1 0 f
RUNS BT INNINGS.
. SUM II ART.
Hits Off Hartman, S. Runa Off
Hartman, li charge defeat to Oronm.
Two-baa hlta Wheeler. Sacrifice hlta
Mott. Schlmpff, Porkorney. Flrat
beee on called balla Off Quick, 1 off
nnniM a nr il.rtm.n a. struck mil
-By Quick, 6; by Oroom, li by Hart
man, I. Hit dt -piicner nuaeontna oj
Hnrtman. Double plays Quick to Wll-
tl . lh,.kHMM .A WllllA.n,m. PUMri
ball Donahue. Wild pitches Oreen.
Quick. umpire uerno. Time ot
SLOW TIME 3fADrflN: T
The local club's homing pigeon race
from Eugens to Portland yesterday waa
won by 8. H. Bauef, who'alse captnred
second plsc. C.y C. Stelnell's pigeons
came In second and third, 1. P. Limer
ick's entries came la fifth and slath, snd
H. E. Brown made seventh. The time
for the 104 miles was sis hours and 81
minutes, which la exceedingly slow. The
Slowest time ever made in the paat for
the same distance In club races was
three hours and 18 mlnutea. On account
of the change in the weather the race
from Oakland, -which had been planned
for todsy, will not be -run.
ACTORS AND REPORTERS i
TO PLAY BALL TODAY
There will be V baseball game at the
Coast league - grounds thla ' afternoon,
and It will be ladles' day, and gentle
men's day, and children's day In fact
It will be everybody's day who cares
to go out to the perk to see the same.
The actors, smarting under their oereat
at the hands of ths Journal-Telesrera
team two weeks ago, have organised an
other team and now seek vengeance on
the newspapermen, '
The aewepeper men are willing to
have vencecnoe wrought upon them and
are confident that any attempt to wreak
will be fraught with disastrous eoaae-
aa al A
DINING-ROOM attractiveness is most essential to the
Well furnished : home. There's "nothing to completely
. furnish; the dining-room that we do not .carry in our 1
.enormous display Sideboards,' Buffets, Tables, Chairs,
China Closets, in weathered oak, Flemish oak (Mission '
' style), golden oak (quarter-sawed with highpolish finish)
in fact, all the newest and best goods are shown In our.
carefully selected assortment. t ' ' l
A Fine Sideboard at a Bargain
bevel mirror (size 23x29), lined drawers, well made;
sawed oak; regular price $45. Special only $35.' Ask
. ssr . . ps
ria a convenient way in which"
te buy a Watch under our
- easy payment plan.
51.90 a Week nill Do
We Carry Only Standard Goods
Cor. first Jind
. tt. 4AaM. Tla. Ss.rtAP tlAlTSj
nt announced their lineup yet The
newspaper men i'. "
i iiwinv - nv-nser. uidbui w .
.Vv..B ---- - - w-, nvmant.
(Second beee': Steffa. third baae, Seed.
Strandborg. center field; ., Sammona,
'rtUo game wUl be called at 4 O'clock.
AMERICAN TENNIS MEN
tfevraal Special Serrlre.)
London; Jtuly.ll. BeaU c, Wright and
TT Vt T,r. r .u. n ranreeenLatlvea
lari ri. eiir, hi.' , .
fnTthe challenge tournament for the
Darla international imnn uuV.,,,
both beaten in the r first matches In
the tournament Saturday. No rman B
Brooks, of New Zn&. defeated
Wrisht In atralght acts; 4-4. f-4, 4-1. A.
of singles end together the two will
play a match ot doublea. It is eonsid
ered a foregone eonoluslon here thet the
Antlpodeani will carry the OUp back
with them acToea the seas.
IlegaUa oa Put-In Bay. ...
.A . (joaraat Boselal Pervlce.l ' '
Pnt-ln-Bay, Ohio. July lev-All sr
rangemente . are practically completed
for th annual regatta of (he Intirlake
Vecht association, which thla year
promises 10 . nv, i .-v-".
meet of last year. Which waa the banner
event of the association's history. Sev
eral acor ui mw "' "T
of all alsea, rtge and desoiintions, and
repreaenttng aU tha Important porta
along the lakes, will take part In the
events o. int ww. x..i. vi -
foot Interlske elase will predominate
In the regatta, but there are expected to
be enough craft of the other classes to
make thinss lntareatlng la all - the
Bloesj Beat South Portlands.
The Blues defeated the South Port
land ball team yesterday, 1 to 1. The
game waa played on the Fulton grounds
and proved a walk-away for the Blues
from the very stsrt. Pitcher Harwae
struck out about 14 men, and it waa
only through a fielder's error that South
Portland waa able to get her two rune
Blaster, the opposing twlrler. waa ham
mered out In tha eighth, and Day sub
stituted. The Btttee- now have nine games to
their credit, having lost only three. Any
teem of playera, ranging from IT to 10
years, desiring a game, will please call
up Herbert Scott, phone Main 4018. . ,
Lewis Against Goldswela.
' lnorasl Special Hnilw.)
Philadelphia, July IV Jack Oold
swalm the English lightweight Cham-
I ilon, who recently arrived In America,
s to have a tryout here tonight. Harry
.wis ha been selected aa hla opponent
In a aia-round bout
1 Hood River Beats O. It. N.
ffhw.l ftkfMitctj te The Jennwl.)
Mood River, Or.. Julv IS Hood Rlvr
defeated the O. R. A N. team In a
spirited tinrn here yesterday before a
large attendance. The game was so
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canopy top (size 21x44), French :. " . "
' . . -. . : , . . .- .
la a wide range Of styles,
including all tha newest
productions. Some are mas
sive, othera are of lighter
build, yet bav plenty of
stability. The one here
shown is a very superior
pleewof workmanship; made
of beautiful, aolld tjuarter
aawed oak and polished to
tha highest degree of per
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flegularly . priced at 210
16; apedali thla week.T'.V
A Bpeelal shipment em
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qwarter saiad figured
oak, weathered and early
Ensllah flnlsbea Oreat
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we ar oiianng lor.
' Especially :' Designed tot
, preserving - ,
Made entirely of hickory;
the frames are atrong, ar
tistle and serviceable; seats
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The TregulaT prloe Of Ihle
mahogany finished; ease la
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iron in inner vuxm. ion
will find our; Old Hickory'
Porch Furniture 40 per cent
less than elsewhere thla
. . , Any sine only
Special for Tuesday
vnruz & s
closely eonteated that the, score was
tie at tha end of the ninth lnntng. In
the tenth. Hood River was successful
In getting a man acroee the plate and
won the gam a The score was 4 to 8.
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Salmon, I. ; - ' ;
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At Tscoraa Tsooma, I; Butte. 1.
, At Aberdeen Aberdeen. 8; Spokane, 1.
rref erred tnoelt Osnaed Croedav'
Allen eV Lewis' Beat Brand.
Hakes tbe skin like you v&at it.
Doss It In a jooment. '
' Hagan's v
A liquid preparation for Faos,
NacK, ATdia and Hands. -
It Is nsithar sticky nor groaay.
It's haralsss, olsaa
and rsfrtshinc; 1 ,
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'Two colors Pink and fhlts.
Use it norning, noon andnlrht.
Winter, Sprint, Sumner, Fall. -
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Cor. Second and Yamhill
sro mrxnnwn. . mo a as..
in Painless Dentistry
rrl TiETH '
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To introduce car latest method
in painless dentistry, until July 31.
we will do your work at ona half
regular price. . '
Bridge work applied and til
kinds of filling inserted without
pain. ' - -- , - -
Teeth extracted positively with
out pain or bad result, 50e,
- We correct all irregularities of
teeth without pain.
Consultation and osttmites ffta.
Open evenings until 8. Lady in
CHICAGO PALMESS COn3T3
Suite S-4-S Raldgh Bldf.
COR. 8IXTH ft WASHINQTOIJ
. - . Phone Main 3S83C