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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 5, 1907.
III FHJAL GAL1E
Youngsters Ilare Bad Sixth
Inning and Los Angeles
Gets Two Runs. ,
TOKOItNEY TLAYS DTJXCI3
- ONCE MORE OX FIRST
. , '. . ... , . .
Raw Recruit Hake Numeroug Mis
erable Play and ' la Hooted by
Fans, Who Do Not JRelish Paying
: Good Montr 'or Such BaaebalL ,
TESTERDAV'S results. ,
' Los Angeles, t; Portland.
r Oakland. 1-1; Ban rraaolsco, -.
fiTANPINGr Of THE CLUBS.
. - - : -., . Won. , Lost.
LM ADfelM .........
(lan Francisco 40
Wh8 ths matter with playing fir
jtht iimai xor l( nni m aauui
l. ra.. a i . wAiitA .limn vn vna. . ii 11
iAJt u. aTWIWIauvl- " "uiu vaaw.. l . . - - -
mark tiv tl aloalnff aavi
a I ' 1 a W ..11am a u tM .muff
...WW ...w.a, ' ww
to stand the tension of a nine liming
.Kaw ii.ii.T1 An .... nln.lv far
four or five cantos, then they're almost
sure to blow" vp ana make the put-up
wish he had tone to see the Laue-favls
' Juniors perform, instead.
; - Teaterday-s exhibition, for, which the
, Portland people paid out something; over
1.J0 to see, was typical, though It
, wasn't halt as bad as many that have
- gone before. ' For five Inning the kids
had good, luck. . They didn't get Into
n vai-v 'had holes and .'not a cog
slipped. Thea Donahue tried to be bril
liant and take ' a bunt that Pitcher
rernou eouia nave neiaea as mmmT mm
' noodles. The runner. Dillon, reached
the flrat station safely- and tnat was
the signal for the Beavers to give
another one of their periodical donation
parties. The pitcher Immediately be
came easy end the fielders vulnerable.
Jud Smith was next up. Me hit a fly
In right field, which would have been
but a single had there been a feet
fielder lit that neck of the woods. The
fielder's name was Atherton and when
He Ilnany lined up in irom pi lam vouu
clng sphere Smith was half way to sec-
" ond. His fingers were butter endthe
bouncing sphere eluded him. while
. fimlth traveled to third base and Dillon
waddled leisurely home. ' .
Delmaa was the next batter. He hit the
ball where somebody wasn't and Smith
ambled home. Two runs. That was all.
but It was enougn. ror xne
cowan i iana on vouj n . wn
' landing was worth while.
; Pokorny Zs Sottas Again. '. -
'"' Polcornv 'again distinguished himself
by Inefficiency and was nooiea oy me
fans. The lone . error chalked against
him doesn't tell 'half the story. That
error was a muff of an accurately
thrown ball at a critical - point. At
n l. (In. Tiiflrv'llBhMl wtlfll Off
hls bag when-Pernoll picked up a bunt
and there was consequently nobody
. covering the sack when the pitcher
turned to throw. At . another time he
- . a .. .a afataa m fmt I rWuiahuA
wetarted' at about- the same, time. : but
"seeing , the fielder nearer to it, ; ne
y stopped. Pokorny stopped, too, and the
ban screeeneo wun uuinitr mm it mi
the ground. Klther one of the two
could have reached it had he kept ron-
J. ... . it. 11' .1 - .. VI.
Ai. 4111 .nuuivr inn. m aau. www
behind Pokorny;- but the latter never
miula .a move to set it. Caaey. though
much farther away, ran for the foul aad
, only mlased it about five feet.
u Pokorny may be a very nice young
man, but he can't play -ball yet. He
may make good some day If he prae-
V IV V. I aaaaai, .aa-a vm. w. -..w
. . ,,ill.. a. V. a V.. snn n n w a
see a ooast league ball game don't nay
It to watch kids practice and when
that's tha kind of baseball dished out
. tha. .1 Knnnril 14 h. Un.
ureaiea nave inv reprn.ra xor v.oir pm-
. . I 1.1 1 T.l -m . . . Ik.
. game at once. Atherton is old and rheu-
m aim na4 1 nw kit. V. m fc-nnwia fia nmav
He knows enough to keep out of the way
- , V V MIWI S J mrm w "- ' k
r Lftfi ANflELEfl.
1 ID T H TW aV TP
I aTkU, IH A Va aa Aai
WEEK'S SrOHT CALENDAR
e Monday Opening of race e
e meeting of the Empire City Trot-
4 ting association. New York City, e)
4 ' Eastern doublea tennis cham- p
plonshlp tournament begins at 4
4 Longwood. Opening of two- 4
days' automobile race meeting at
e Atlantlo City. New Jersey. Open- e
p ing of grand circuit race meet- p
4 Ing- at Buffalo, New fork. Open- 4
4 ing of, southern Pennsylvania
ag . tennis ehsmplonshlp at Bedford
4, , Springs, Pennsylvania. Opening a
4 of Iowa, state tennis champion- p
e , ship at Des Molne.s. Iowa. Open-
e ing of Paclflo northwest tennis " e
championship at Taeoma, Wash-
4. ington. Opening of 21 days' race
e meeting at Saratoga, New Tork,
e . Tuesday Ninth annual ama- e
t teur championship tournament of 4
4 Western Ooif association opens 4
4 at Wheaton, , Illinois. Opening 4
4 of northwestern tennis Cham- 4
4 plonshlp at Lake Mlnnetonka, 4
4 Minnesota.. v Opening of - three- 4
4 days' horse show at Staunton, 4
4 Virginia. ' ; " 4
4 " Wednesday Midsummer tour-' 4
4 nament of Mlchlggn Whist asso- 4
4 elation begins at. Clair, 4
4 Michigan. Seventh annual tour- 4
4 nament of Dominion of Canada 4
4 - Trap Shooting association Opens'-4
4 at Toronto, and continues three-4'
4- -days..' . - - 4
4 Thursday Dixie handicap' 4
4 shooting ' tournament opens at 4
4 Macon, Georgia, aad continues 4
4 ' two days. Annual horse show 4
4 , bpens at Bay Shore, - Long Is- 4
4 land, and continues three days. '4
4 Maine state golf championship 4
4 tournament opens at Portland. 4
4' Maine, continues three. days, v 4
4 rriday-.New Tork Tacht club 4
4 starts on - its annual cruise.. 4
4 Opening of two-days automobile 4
4 race ; meet at Brighton Beach, 4
4 New Tork. Annual regatta, of 4
4 National Riding association' 4
4 opens at Philadelphia... Annual 4
4 meet of American Canoe assoola- . 4
4 tion opens near BrockvlUe, On- 4
4 - Urlo. 4
4 ' Saturday Opening of annual -4
4 polo . tournament" at Newport, '4
4 Rhode Island. Annual regatta 4
4 of ths National Rowing associa- - 4
4 tlon at Philadelphia, 4
GEARY "WILL DESIGN
. , YACHT FOR EVERETT
. (Special Dli patch te The JoeraaL)
Everett, Aug. 8. Ted Geary, designer.
builder and skipper of the victorious
Spirit, has signified his willingness to
design' a racing craft for. the Everett
Tacht Club, and to have the plana fin
ished in .time to permit of early build
ing in xne spring,
IS HOT HOXIOUS
TO FIGHT GAIS
Dopist i Says Britt Well
Ivnows That Colored, Lad
"Would Beat Him. '
BE GtAD TO FAKE IT
Ua Nerer- Fought on ' the Square
; "Vifatn Facing a Uui His Superior
or Equal Frisco Would Not Get
-' Attraction. ' '.','
Bernard, of. .'........ i.
jariiaie. 11. .......... a
Bmahear, b. t
'Dillon. lb.V. ......... 4:
Nagle. rf i 4
Smith, lb. S
Delmas. SB. .......... 4
Eager, c- t
.Gray, p. ............ 4'
Hoap, Sb.'.,,....v..... 0
-' Totals ri;VJr...1..igi ,a . n
i -.. . - PORTLAND. :
Mott. tb. 400 0
Donahue, O. .......... 4
Caaey, 2b 3
Baaaey. If. .......... I
A tlin.lnn 'at
.... . .
.Mccredie, cr. ........ e
('Vkorny, -lb,.; ........
PerSr p., .......... . (
' TotaU .'........,..11 4 IT 11 I
.' SCORE BT INNINGS.
iLoa Angeles ...... OOOOJflO 0
. uii. 1 a .1.1 lco 0.1 a
Portland ......... 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 0
, Hits 10191000 14
- . . 6CMMART.
' Stmck out By Gray. t; by
Psrnoll, ; Baas oa balla Off Gray,
1; PernolV 4. Twe base hits Smith. 1.
Double Plays Delmaa ot Dillon; Caaey,
unaanlsted. Stolen, bases Caaey. lilt by
pitched ball, Carlisle. Flrat Daae on
errors Los Angeles, i; Portland, '1. Left
on baaes Los Angelee, ; Portland 4.
Time 01 game, . umpire uernca.,
fatrDtmio .via ., -IIU a,- .aia ..mi
appliances. ; Bilderback Crane Cov
Si Flrat street. i
During th not weather ' - je.-
too should eat legs aolid . ,
a I Jll- -at
lOOUS sou uruia uwi. i ay
liouid foods, which requlr f
lea. enenry for their oi-iS f V
gaation and assimilation. I
He Beer of QutJity
. s r
food aa milk.
but in a form much easier
A. Jla. anal a,lLlrl
. y& aula, unit m vtwwmj
. 0 0 assimilated, and therefor
I jpr"mora healtnfuL
Charles Kohn Co.. . . -Cor.
Id and Pine Sts., Portland, Or.,
- Phons Msln 449. :
- Uearr-attended a 'meelTna of the local
yachting fraternity and he. with Scott
Calnoun. was clven an honorary mem.
bereblp. The youthful marine architect
expreaaed his keen enjoyment of the
nonor conferred and also . voiced tho
thanks of Mr. Calhoun.
The local club has a membershtn nf
ininy-nve, len more man tne Seattle
Tacht Club.- according to Gearv. and
means to put a racing craft In tha water
next season to ny tne t-verett pennant
in me inwrnaiionai meeu
FIVE BAYS RACING
FOR GRANT COUNTY
Canyon City. Or.. Auaj. I. Tha Oraht
County Speed Aaaoclation has arranged
10- noia a. uvm atyr race meeting ai
John Day. commenclnr SeDtember . !.
One thousand dollars in purses will be
nungr and every convenience wilt be'Of-
isrea visiting oorsemen xor tne .train
ing of horses. .
, AMATEUR BASEBALL NOTES
The Spanton ball nine defeated the
Mllwaukie Harlows Sunday .by a score
of 7 to 1. The feature of the game wss
tha fast fleldlng of Elchenlob at third
base. The Spanton battery consisted
of Degroot, Anderson and Rummel; the
Mllwaukla battery of Batton and Coun
' The Laue-bavls Juniors defeated the
Tribune team Sunday morning to the
iune or xi 10 . ine pitcning or io
peaa for Laue-Davls was the feature
of the game. He struck out 14 men.
Twitchell for the Tribunes was knocked
out of the box. He was hit. for two
home runs, three three-baggers and 14
singles. Willie Mascot, the much
talked of shortstop of the Tribunes
made so many errors that be waa re
moved to third base.' The Laue-Davls
team played, rlng-a-round the roaes In
the sixth inning, making 8 runa before
tne laat rose waa put out, -ins line
up waa: H
Bateman ......... e Trainer
Dopeaa. ......... .p. ....... .. Twitchell
Brill as...... Mascot
Stepp... .....lb Arris
Kays. ............2b Goldstein
Gray eon. ........ ,1b Monea
Cohen If Nedverdlck
McKeen, ,, .of. ,... Nelaon
Monk. ...... .....rf Meager
The Stevens ball nine won two good
games Sunday, ona a 12-1nnlng game by
a score of J . to 1, and the .other a 10
lnnlng game by a 7 to 4 aeore. The
12-lnnlng game waa played in the morn
ing with the Uolladay team. The Hol
ladaya secured only two hits off Voaa.
The 10-innlng game was played in the
afternoon with the Teddy Bears. The
Stevens have won tt games and loat
but one. The Stevens would like games
outside of the city. For games addreas
Ira Voas, 494 East Seventeenth street,
The Laue-Davls branch No. 1 Juniors
would like games from smateurs un
der It years, of age, especially from
Oak Grove. Call up Main 46t. The
line-up is as follows: Busman, lb;
Blanchard, If; MncDonald, o; Ingle, p;
Conoannon, lb; Grose, as; Gotthardt,
Is Minns, ef; Benson rf, ;
In a well played gam of baseball at
the tatter's grounds In Vancouver, the
Northwest. Gun company's team waa
victorious over the Plttock 4k Ledbetter
team. The soore was to S. Timely
hitting by the Gun company was the
feature. - The Northweat teem wants
games out of the city. Address C .
Leek, 1121 East Main.
, mmimmim I I
'' 1' Break Even at Triaco. .
San Francisco, Aug.' I. Ths Seals and
Commutere broke even yesterday, Oak
land winning in the morning and San
Francleco capturing the afternoon game.
Scores: . , :
Morning gams:' R.H.E.
Oakland '.'...I I M I t M 0 7 t
Ban Francisco llMlitt 01 t 1
Batteries Carnes and Bliss Henley
and Esoia, ,
Afternoon gams R.H. E.
Batteries Categ and Dash wood Joy
and Eaola." Umpire Perrlne. .
ama R. H. E.
,M t I M t I 11 t 6
0 M i 0 I i 1 0 1
Chics go Chicago, t; New TofTc 1.
1 At Bt. luls 8U Louis. 1; hllaaal-
At Cincinnati Cincinnati, 4-7; Boston,
1-k . .
v By Henry K. Silversmith.
It Is decidedly nauseaUng. aU this
rot about Brltt demanding that Gang
must ooms to him to secure a match,
By what right does the plumber na
tive of the Sunshine slate make this
demand? - Is not the fact well estab
lished in. spcrtlng circles that the negro
fighter during bis AsHojiuiion wllr. Al
Harford was forced to "lay down to
Brltt before Joe refused longer to sub
mit to one of the bi(get .fake Ugnt
framers In the game? '
Followers of the squared arona have
been buncoed so frequently ot late that
perhapa one more fluke would only
maBe It a dead, certainty- that the game
would ' be . effectually burtod in San
Francisco provided a permit ware Issued
for a match between Gans and BritV
At this dlatance it is really question
able whether the San Fraoclaco super
visors would issue a permit lor a matcn
between the pair. Certainly no permit
would be granted if any person on the
board knew anything about Gana and
his-capabilities as a fighter.
If Joe Gans ever enters a ring with
Brltt again it means that Jame Edward
will ever don tha mitts for another psb
I will admit that a fight between the
pair- would probably draw a record
breaking bouae, and ft would be an easy
matter for Gans to agree to "lay down''
to his white opponent, aa he did in the
past. hTere la absolutely no doubt that
Brltt would agree to give Gaus every
cent of the big purse In such event, and
possibly Gana could afford to retire
permanently from the game a rich man
after the "frame-up."
But would he do sueh a thing at this
stage In his career At beat Gans will
either meet his Waterloo or retire per
manently from the padded arena In an
other, year or two. He Is not ready to
do so yet, and any sane follower of the
fighting game knows that champions in
their respective claaaea don't have to
go to ex-champions to secure matches.
Brltt st heart does not wish to meet
Gans because he knows very well that
the colored fighter "has It on him st
every stage of the game." -It would be
foolish from a money making stand
point for the Callfornlan to make any
such admission, of course, but never
theless such Is the case.
BHtt la Crooked.
Trunks and Brewers Are
Shut Out Cubs Make Close
Fight at Woodburn.
TESTERDAT'8 . TRI-CITT RESULTS.
At St. Johns St. Johns. ; Trunks, 0.
At Woodburn Woodburn. 7; Cubs, 4. -At
Aatorta Frakea, 4; Bohemlae. 4. .
At Kelso Kelso, 11; Brewers, 0.
Inability to hit Charlie Moore's curves
gave yeaterday'a game at St. Johne to
the home tem. The Trunkmakers
piled up S errors and the contest was a
walkover for their opponents. Score:
t. " . ' R, H. E.
St. Johns.;...,. 1444420 6 t4
Trunkmakers ..04400040 0 t I
Batteries Charles Moore and O.
Moore; Gardiner, Scholts and Jamlsson.
Umpire Ed. Rankin.
Cobs Teaks Strong Pudsh.
(Beadsl Dispatch to The Journal.)
Woodburn. Au. I. Tha Bralnard
Cubs were defeated here yesterday by
the Woodburn team by a score of 7 to
s. ine game waa slow and uninterest
ing, quite a number of mlsplaye being
credited to each team. Tha ecqre stood
7 to 2 In Woodburn's favor at the open
ing of the seventh inning, but one hit
being made off the . home team's new
pitcher, Archie Jerman, but he weak
ened In the seventh and allowed seven
hits In the last three Innings, which
netted four runa The game ended with
the eacke all Inhabited by Cubs. Score
by Innings: ., , .
R. H. C
Woodburn ..... 2 204 24 40 7 7 4
Bralnards 10400021 1 4 I 6
. , XuH Allows. But Two ta.
(Special Dispatch w Tke JeereaL)
Kelso, Wash., Aug. (.Pitcher Hull
of the home team was In fine form yes
terday. He allowed but two hits and
not a Brewer reached second base. Only
four got to first. The Tigers found Ol
ney for 11 hits.. Tha final score was
11 to 0. -
LITTLE SPARKS FR0H
vKorthweat Teeurue. -
Seattle Butte, I; Veattle, I.
lacoma Taooma, 2-1; Spokane,
Knowing both men, their- seyleg of
fighting, and having seen each In ac
tion, not once, but many timea, I feel
capable of Judging with some degree of
knowledge. Flushed with victory In
points over 'Nelson who was so de
clalvely defeated at Goldfteld by Gans
Brltt, as is his custom after each fight,
laauea lengthy statements which he ped
dlea out to sporting writers of the Bay
City about what he will and Will not do.
However, in one matter James Ed
wards Is no fooL He saves hla money
and invests It. Or, rather, I should say
hla father influences him to do -so.
Brltt Is "out for the coin" at all times,
and he has never vet fought but once
-on in square, wnen neiacna a man ,
his equal, or superior, and that waa st 1
Colma when Nelson knocked him out. '
The Dane could have done eo again I in
the recent meeting were it not for the 1
ract tnat uans finished mm as a ring
fighter that terrible September day
when a foul blow was delivered by Nel
son to save himself from a knockout
- . rough am Unfit xasv
Kelson was unfit to enter a ring when
ne iourqi aorin tne last time, ana ne is
unfit to ever enter a ring again. Even
in that condition Brltt could not soore
a knockout. How, then, doea he pro
Jose knocking out a real champion t
In all probability a match will be ar
ranged between Brltt and Gana, but
one thing Is surs. it will never be ac
complished without Jgmea Edward try
ing hla level beat to dodge it on one
excuae or another. The shrewd Call-1
fornlan knows very well he has no
c nance to win ir the right is "pulled off
on the level," yet he recognises also
that fight followers all over the coun
try except possibly In San Francleco de
sire to see the pair once more in action.
It Is hardly probable that San Francisco
would get the fight st that.
uoidtieid or Tonopan would bid naro 1
agalnat any city hanging up a puree for ;
the fight, and this event would not be
allowed to alio away unchallenged by
sagebrusher mining promoters as an ex- I
cellent chance to advertise the state. 1
Bidding for - the fight, too, would be 1
something else besides "hot sir talk."
There is still another feature about
the affair If a 'match la decided on. and
that Is that If it were pulled off in Ne- 1
vada anywhere Gans would set a better .
show than in San Francisco. There Is '
no denying the fact that Caltfornlsns '
are loyal to the native son, and Britt
would get an the rei or any dealing in
Han - Francisco. I doubt whether the
fight will be pulled off there.
If the nalr ever meet again It will be
Brltt's laat fight for a decent purse un
less Gans drops dead in ths Xing that ,
is, if the fight Is not fixed. '
I don't think the fight could be other- .
wise pulled off, because Gans once told
me when he waa down In his luck that
he would give half of sny fortune he
might ever hope to own to get Brltt
Into a ring once more.
"I would do everything to him but
kill him," said tha negro.
NEW BALL PLAYER
FOR PORTLAND CLUB
McCredls has another new slaver.
Hie name Is J. R. Bnrdetra, end Is as
husky looking as a college football star.
Burdstte dropped into town from New
Tork today and he will be seen in a
Beaver uniform tomorrow. He is an
outfielder and will probably play In cen
ter field in place of Lovett, who left the
club for the Insurance business a few
days ago. Burdette Is new to profes
sional baseball, but he has made some
thing or a reputation as aa amateur
In the east. He etarred on a college
team and la reputed as being a strong
batter. ... .
THINKS HE CAN WHIP
COAST LEAGUE'S BEST
- . ' . . . - -" - i
Snokane.- 'Wash.. Ang. I. Baseball
men here are talking of a final try-out
between the Paclfio Coast and North
western leagues for the championship
of the Paolflo Northweat. President w.
H. Lucas, of the Nortnwestern. wit
nessed a couple of games In Portland
raoantlT and Is anxious to meet the win
ning ooast team for a series of games. - -
Hood Rhrer Wink I
Hna4 River. Aug. f. Hood Rlvsr de
feated White Salmon yeaterday by a
score of 10 to 2. Much Interest waa
manifested by the game and there was
a big attendance. Trs battery for
Hood River was Hart and Caatner. The
former, who le but It. has won every
game he has pitched thla year, having
nine straight games to his credit. He
Is considered something of a phenome
non br local fans. Byrne and Dunn were
the battery for White JJalmon. Y ester-
day a game closed tne season xor tne
Hood River team, which hag played
eleven game and, .lost tout twice. ,
New . Tork's new publle utilities
commission haa been asked to ' take
steps for the removal of electric street
railway poles from the centers of sev
eral streets much used by motorists. .
After finishing a 1,000-mile tour
through the White and Green moun
tains, J. A. Lam par of Boston, rambled
oft. to Nova Scotia and back, then made
an unusual climb over Hooaao Moun
The Psrls police regulations for auto
mobile traffic are changed about every
six months. Just at present they are
being overhauled with a view to com
pelling a speed registering device - for
"Dangerous Yea. Too dangerous?
No," is the way Lancia, the noted Ital
ian racing machine driver, recently an
swered a questioner who wanted to
know hla opinions on automobile racing.
The city authorities of Erie, Pennsyl
vania, have announced that they will
prosecute motorists who leave their
cars unattended on the streets with
the engines running or with the gears In
A fund of 145,000, which had been
lying Idle In the city treasury of Erie,
Pennsylvania, so long that It was for
gotten until Mayor Llebel dlacovered It
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It Is belle vd that the road, which will
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SUNDAY A3IATRUII SCORES
At Centralla Centralis, 4; Pe Ell, I.
At Oregon City Grays, S; Blues, 1.
At Canby Canbv. 7: Stettlera, 0.
At Eugene Springfield. 7: Eugene, 4.
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. Gentlemen You may deliver to me one Electric Flat,
iron, which I agree to try, and if unaatigfactory to me, to
return to you within. 30 days from date of delivery. If I
do not return it at that time you may chare am to
my account at $4.00. It is understood that no chare will
be mad for the iron if I return it within 30 day.
. .... i-aiaT .tJj .. ,
THK THIRTY DAYS' TRIAL OFFER APPLIES
: ONLY TO CONSUMERS OF OUR CURRENT
Has One of the Finest Beaches
oh the Pacific Coast
and Is an
, IDEAL SUMMER RETREAT
It is esily reached, ' I not an experuive place to Yisit, has ex
pedient hotel accommodations,' affords prerty-agf-and ddietiu! -surf
bathing; and all sorts of beach pastimes, such as clam-bakes,
oyster hunts,-fishing;,-pebble and shell gathering, -etc ; joya -a -mild
and inviting climate, picturesque scenery, and all the other at
traction that can be desired for. recreation and pleasure.
' NEWPORT is reached by wfy of the Southern Pacific to Al
bany or Corrallis, thence Corvallis & Eastern R. R. Train service)
daily and the trip a pleasure throughout. Leave Portland 8 a. m.
Rat from Portland $5.00 for the round trip. Tickets on sal
daily and good for return until October 31. There is also a Saturday-Monday
rate from Portland of $3.00, tickets on sale Saturdays,
good for return Mondays. Correspondingly low rates from all
other points. Call at the city ticket office of the Southern Pacific.
Third and Washington streets, in Portland, or at any S. P. agency
elsewhere, for complete information. '
1 WILLIAM McMTJRRAY,
General Passenger Agent, Southern Pacific Company, Portland, Or. .
EAST This Summei:?
Rates but Little More Than 12 for the Round Trip?
. ON THE '':-;;-;, T-V"';;'."':'.'
Two More Sale Periods Only
' Aug. 8, 9, 10, Sept. 11, 12, 13 '
-- PORTLAND to
CHICAGO and Return. . ............... . .$71.50
ST. LOUIS and Return. .-, . . ........... ., 67.50
KANSAS CITY and Return. . ............ 60.00
ST, PAUL and Return................. 63.15
To all ether paints In the east ana middle west and from all other polatg
4a the northwest, oorraspoadlngie low rates.
4) BATS TOM m BOVaTB Tmup. gjtepoverg within limit
WIJT HEN you take a trip across the continent you,
Wll of course, want the finest scenery, the best
and fastest trains, with through cars' and
most luxurious accommodations Then buy your
tickets at the City Ticket Office of the O. R. &.N.
Third and Washington Streets
C. W. STINGER, City Ticket Agcht
WM. McMURRAY, Gen'l Passenger Agent