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TUG OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, J aLAIJD. FRIDAY WEHING, AUCl''
"NEWS -QF; THE SP
Ill It III0I0G
Htcher Carnes Passes Three
; and Then Bearers isat
- Ilim for Five Runs.
THE JfFW OUTFIELDER
!: HITS THREE-BAGGER
. r. i i 1 1-
Both Caraes and Groom Are Highly
" Effective After Fatal
Groom ' Strikes Out Three) Com
" mntert m.the Eighth. ,
;" v-' TESTERDAT'8 RESULTS. ':
Portland. 8: Oakland, , 1. AnM, ' . '
. Ban franclsco, t: Los Angis, s.
STANDING OF ,THK CLUBS. '
Won. Lost. Pet.
Ix Angeles' .......". 'I;
San Francisco :'.. ?! ' j,?
. Oakland '.' ! 'J
Portland 41 81 .
Pitnh.r Carnea, who haa been winnlnf
game for Oakland avar sines "Hen
Kerry traded him away threa weaka ago.
bad ona bad Inning yeatarday and the
- Beaver made the moat of It. Bobby
Groom waa Juat a bit wobbly In tha
aama Inning, but tha locals wara luckier
and, tha, run setting waa atopped by a
great catch by McCredla. who picked
, a fly off tha rlgtft fence that waa going
hard enough to put a hole through the
1 board. , . . ' .
Biz runa were icorw
the third five for Portland and one for
'Oakland. In all the other lg ht .acta
both alabatera . were highly effective
: and, though numerou batsmen reacnec
the basea. none were fhaaed over the
. little smooth, aquare that counta the
.tallies. . ' " v ' "
Teas Are Kugely Tickled. , .- .
My! Didn't the fana revel la that
i slaughter and hug themselves for Jrev-
ng the showers! . Especially after the
! viaitors had began on Oroora!
i The third inning started with Carn"
at the bat and Groom looking a. little
blue about the gllla Carne poked a
fast one along tha lft foul line, but
Mott made a good pick-up and tha run
ner waa out Jim Smith waa next.
After three balle were on him Bmltn
picau uns - - - -
strike and put It over Fielder Burdette a
l flaxen head. When the ball reached the
! diamond Smith sat on third. Van Hal
, tern followed with a hot ahot to Ather-
ton. who tamed U in time to aend It to
laser and retire the batter, executing
J the play so well that Smith wee com
i pel led to atay where he waa. Heltmuller
' came to bat and paeted one on the job
' that nearly reached tha left foul flag.
.Smith acored anally. 1
H EKan waa walked. Bllaa came np with
i a terrifio drive to right. McCredle wak
1 there to pick If off the fence, however,
t and. the aide waa retired.
1 Mott of Portland, waa dlapoaed Of
'quickly and Caaey. after much peraua
ion, secured a free paea, Atherton got
a pass easily and so did McCredle and
1 then the slaughter began.. . ,
I The laugatex' Begins. . ' ' '
, It waa one to nothing In favor of
.Oakland when Donahue took the atlck.
.A double play would mean no runa and
the faithful held tbetr breath. But
Donahue made good. Ha aplit tn al
ia mo ml in half with a awat that waa too
fast and too high for anybody to reach
and which hit the outfield as noon aa it
'.waa safely past the first skirmish line.
Casey and Atherton galloped home. It
I made tha put-upa decide in tbelr hearts
to use mm. curaeiH piaroi m imm tij
' between center and right and legged It
' prettily out for threa be sea.
TV- . . a mAra runs Vfl
kept uf the good work by hitting for
two baaea and even Bobby Groom got a
hit. Five runa and only one out Fay
waa on third, but Basse struck out on
the fourth wild ball and Mott went out
a, second time on a grounder to first.
lot lung IVU tui.iiuiBai ui , i n vj
long t wirier and he became stronger
every Inning. In the eighth tr Com
muters singled, but Bobby prevented a
score by atrlking out threa batters. In
tha ninth the Commuters tried hard to
DO SUlTlCW.IIia). AUVJ R" " v v. u
men on basea, but Bassey fielded Tan
ram by a clever throw which caught
. ' A ..II.. A 11,1.1 Vv- . . ifk.
Ji.Temiu uvuus . u" inn amw
, OAKUtND. "
. AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Smith. If 1 1 0
Van Haltern. ef. .... 1 e
Tieltrauller, rf. 4 S 10
Ksgan. as t 0 J
Blisa, o. S a a 4 J
pigbeo, lb. 4 111 t
Haley, 2b. 4 4-11
Devereaux. Sb ....... t 4 11
Carnea, p. ..... 4 4 4 4 1
'. " - . ' PORTLAND. 1 r,
- ' - : AB. R. H. PO.
Bassey, If. .......... 4 4 4
Mott lb. ............ 4 9 1.1
Capey. Jb. 1 J.J.
Atherton, lb. ........ I i 0 7
McCredle, ct ........ J 1 4 1
Donahue, c. . ........ 4,11 t
Burdette, cf. ........ t 1 11
Fay. as. 4 4 1 1.
Groom, p. 4 4 11
I 14 11 I
; Totals tl 14 17 11 1
' ' y -. SCORE BT INNINGS. '
Oakland ........ 4414444 4 41
Portland 44444044 4
- SUMMARY. '
':' Stmck outBy Groom, : by Carnea,
S. Baaea on bails Off Groom. 2; off
carnea. two-dim blts-Heltmuiier, Fay,
Casey. . Three-base hits Bmith. Bur
dette. A Sacrifice hit Mott. Stolen
, bases -clrxm, Bassey, Heltmuller. Hit
First base on errors Portland, 1: Oak
land, 1. Left on basea Oakland. 10;
Portland. 19. Time of game 1 hour,
is minutes, umpire rcrrina. . . : ,
KOTES OF THE GAMB f
j Truck- Kagan, tha big ahortatop who
learned tha game In the vacant Iota
Smith of Market (treat years ago and
who haa the moat apectacular Tiraee"
at tha bat of all the Coast lesgue play
era, didn't get a hit yesterday, though
he knocked what waa undoubtedly - the
hardest ahot of the dy. "Truck" picked
out ona of Long Bob's offerings In the
first Inning and drove It on a line all
the way to McCredle In right field. It
v Bowr sa sura v "
and lose all Interest when help la within
reach. Merblne will make that liver
perform i' dutlaa properly. J. a.
Miichn. F.lba. Ala., writes: "Beina a
rcnxiant sufferer from constipation anA
a (Unordered liver, I have found Herbine
n ha the best merllrlne, for theae trou
I ,. on the market. I have need It
r,.. . .inntly. I believe It to be the best
, ; rf Ha kind, and I -wish all
, f.om these troubles to know
i i i rblna has dona me. Sold by
That Emlle Hen lack Is still with him was proven recontlr when -his (food colt Montgomery defeated
' : Frank Gill a head In the rich Commonwealth handicap. But for a sleepy rid by Knapp In the stretch,
V . when he had the race won, Frank GUI would hare been first to the wire. Montgomery ran his usual
W't honest race, finishing with a fine burst of speed. 1 H5 .' "" "?.:; '. ' '"' V:''
had a big twist on It and took a down
snow ana men an up snoot, ana wnen
McCredle frose onto the ball ha fait
pretty lucky. He hasn't yet finished
telling about tha curve on that ball.
McCredle got another one almost aa
faat and' just as hard to catch, if not
more ao, when he cut off Bllaa' ahot at
tha fence and stopped tha run-getting
for Oakland In tha third. .
I ..'..' a .,. , .
A ' heavy shower costrtoned yester
day's game at Athletic park for a half
nour. wnen tne drops began to rail
the Beavera were In the field practicing
and the Oakland bunch climbed through
tne netting into tha grandstand and
? an Imitation of a bunch of excited
ana during a game. A good atop or
throw would b greeted with loud ap
plause, while a muff would be received
with crlea of "Rotten," "Put him out"
"Get another ahortatop," ato.
Oakland and Portland will clav a
double-header Sunday. , The first, game
will begin at 1 o'clock and the 'second
will follow the flrat after It minutes'
intermission. Pernoll. In whom, the Mr
Credlea believe they have the making
of a real pitcher, will ba a Sunday at
traction once mora.
Walter MoCredle Is still dickering
wim Daupiayera to atrengtnen nis team.
The season In the eaat will close sev
eral weeka before the season here and
the Portland manager expects to get a
couple of men from the Trt-State league
and probably two from tha South AU
Tha Reals- won their third 'straight
game from the Angela yesterday and
are now a noso ahead of .tha Com
muters. , . . ,
e i s 1 ' ., ..- .
Jack Huaton, scorer of tha 8t Lou I a
Nationals la In San Frantcaoo and haa
been talking with Danny Long about
Moriarlty. Tha big league teama want
the black-listed ahortston and offered
42,604 for his services. Nothing waa
doing,' aa tha powers of baseball on the
coast refuse absolutely to reinstate the
Those reports about tha wonderful
work Heine Heltmuller haa been doing
with the atlck In the Coaat league do
not appear to do oome out by the affeo
tlon the Oakland fana have for him.
Manager Vaji Haltren la dickering with
San Francisco for an exchange. He
thinks s Spencer, who formerly played
with Bellinghara and who Is new with
San Francleco, would take Heltmuller' s
place without Injuring tha chances of
tha team to win tha pennant. From
what Is-known ef both players In Be
attle it would mem that Van la right.
Heine does not think faat enough or
move who me rapiaity mat make a
man valuable to aa aggregation. -Seattle
NORTHWEST CHAMPIONSHIP NOT
- TO COME TO OREGON THIS YEAR
(Special Dispatch' te Tae loaraaL) -TaComa.
Wash, Aurf. . The tennla
champlonahlp of the northwest In men's
alnglea will not go toOraaon tHa-yaar,
b with the completion of yesterdny's
matches all of the Portland representa
tive have been defeated. . 7etar.lay
Wl'Jk-rsham was beaten by Crawford,
cf California, Benham waa deflated by
Payne of Tacoma and Andrews waa de
tailed by Wlldo of British Columii-.
Tuesday Wilder, waa put out by Hunt of
kflitirrnin. - ... ,, j, -
Both Wli ken ham and Andrew i put
nn hard flahta tn their laat .matches.
"Wickeraham started very atrong aginat
tne uax'.ana and oy anear brilliancy an
nexed the flrat set. 7-4. But the exrxr-
lnced tournament expert , from the
aouth lta "WKi a wenk points well
estimated and h took the next two
sets, 4-J, 4-4. ' Andrew captured ' the
first set from Wilder by hat a driving;
but waa unable to kety up rne r.tte
ii mo next iwu by one siacu
Tha championship undoubtedly lies
between Payne, the present holder, Ty
ler of Seattle, McBumey of Spokane,
and Crawford of Calif ronla, with tha
probabilities of tha fight being between
Payne and Tyler, aa It waa-laat year.
Tyler ahowed his class by killing off
Hunt of California, who haa won num
aroua middle weat, aoutheaat and state
championship In straight Beta.
Tb fight in doublea now Ilea between
Payne and Armstrong, Tyler and Wick
ersham, McDougal and Balllnger. Hunt
ana crawrora. ana uennara ana Ho
The feature of the ladles singles
la the playing , of Mlas Hazel Hotch
kiaa of Oakland, champion of Califor
nia, .whose atyl ha ao often been
compared to that of Miss May Sutton.
So far In the tourney Mlaa Hotchklsa
h.. WAR ell kte M. ... K A. m.II. 1 . w
out loss or the danger of tha Joes of
a set.' . ' -
Tonight the big tennis ball, which
is mm wjciu btoui vi iu lournament,
la to take place, ,
Teaterday a-summary follows:
Men's singles- Andrews' defeated
Cardin by- default; McBurney defeated
McDougal. 4-4, 4-4; Benham defeated
Lyon, 4-4, 4-2; Tyler defeated Pooley,
4 8. 0-7: Hunt de fee ted Seller,-4-0-,4-ii
Wilds defeated Andrews, 4-J. 4-1, 4-2;
Pavne defeated Benham. S-4, 4-rTTyler
defeated Hunter, 4-0. 4-1: McBurney de
feated Armatrong, 4-4. 11-4: Crawford
Oawford defeated Wilds, 4-1, 4-0; Tyler
aereatea nunt, s-, -; jacuurney de
Ladles singles Miss Worden'' won
from Miss Kershaw, default; Miss Tern-
Sle won from Mra. J. McT. Panton,
efault; Mlaa Ryan won from Miss Ed
wards, default; Miss Ryan defeated
Mlaa Temple, 4-0, 4-1; Mlaa Hotchklsa
defeated Miss- Worden, 4-0, 4-1: Mlae
Dorothy Kershaw defeated Mlaa Loomla,
10-S, 4-1; Miss Keown defeated Miss
Robertson, 4-1, 4-6. -.-,
Men's doublea Payne and Armstrong
defeated Heyburn and Manley, default;
Tyler and Wirkershara defeated Seller
and Kirk bride, default; Benham and Mc
Dougal defeated Eddy and Robertson,
4-1, 4-4; McBurney and Balllnger de
feated Benham and McDougal, 4-1. 4-1;
Wilds and Lewis defeated Whipple and
Richards. 4-1, (-0; - Payne and Arm
strong defeated Wilder and -Andrews,
4-1, 4-0; Tyler and Wickerabam de
feated Wilds and Lewis. 4-4. 4-1; Hunt
and Crawford defeated ' Green and
Thompson, 4-4, 4-2. - "
Ladles' doubles Miss Powell - and
MIsa Ople defeated Miss Ball 11 and
Miss Edwards, 4-2, 4.4, 4-J; MIsa
Loomla and Mlas Worden defeated Miss
Vaeth and Mlaa Keown. 4-1. 4-0: Miss
Keown and Miss Kershaw defeated Mlas
Temple and Miss BalUle. 4-6, 4-1; Mlaa
Hotchklaa and Miss Robertson defeated
Mlas Powell and Miss Ople. 4-0, 4-0;
MIsa Ryan and Miss Hall defeated Mlas
Kershaw and Mlas Keown, 4-2, 4-2.
Mixed doubles Miss Keown and Hunt
defeated Mlas Worden and Wilder, 4-4,
4-2, 4-lj Miss Robertson and Benham
defeated Miss Rlcbarda anj McBurney.
4-4, 4-4; Miss Hotchklss snd Crawford
defeated Miss Temple and Wlckersham,
4-0, 4-1; Mia Ryan and Tyler defeated
Mlas Kershaw and Balllnger, 4-4, 4-1. -
V , ' WORTH WEST LEAGTJB . i
' Vv- - . I ' 1 ..- -.;'
" 1 ' f ' .i . . ' Woo. . Lost , Pet
Aberdeen ............ ,tt It .451
Tacoma 47 41' .670
Seattle ...............61 :-. 42 l .646
Butte .......,,47 . 44 .614
Spokane ...... .y 42 60 ' ,4R7
Vancouver N,....)i II .241
7 ' v Yesterday's Scores. ' ' '
At Aberdeen Aberdeen, :' Tacoma,'!.
At- Vancouver Seattle, ; l Vancou
I . . . .
Detroit ,.6 .
Chicago 41 .
Philadelphia ...... ...64 '
Cleveland ..46 ,
New York ....46
St. Louis .............40
Boaton .............. .40
V ." l'esterday'g Scores. . -; "
At New Tork New . York. it: St
At Boston Boston. -4: Chicago. 1-4
At PhlladelDhla Detroit. 6: Phlladel.
At Washington Cleveland, 4; Wash
ington. l. , , '
' ' Won.
Chicago 71 ..
New York ,,...67 ,
Philadelphia ......... .61
Cincinnati ......44 v
St Louis ..,...,24 71
.';',.-" Yesterday's. Scores. . r 1
At -St. Loula St. Louis, 1; Boaton: 0.
At Cincinnati Cincinnati 1: Brook
lyn. I. .
at Chicago Chicago, s; Philadel
phia. S. V
At Pittsburg Plttaburg, 1-0;' New
York, 4-7. " . - '
, . Seals Overcome Big Lead.
Mearsal Special Barries.) ,
San : Franclaco, Aug. . Los Angeles
had a lead of six run In the aeventh
1nnln when the locals fell upon Burns,
slaughtered him to a tie in tha ninth
"J Vra ih" winning run in tha
extra Inning. p,ore: .
I 'OS Angeles . , 12104101 0 1114
B"s.,,,::r,;!r2 ? 1 ?-! 1
BOWING EACES OX '
r ' SCHUYLKILL KITEE
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-tJearaal Special Serrlre.) -
. Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. t. Tb waters
of the Schuylkill river ware ruffled early
today by the darting shells of a score
or more oarsmen who have gathered
here for the thirty-fifth annual regatta
of tb national association, several pre
llmlnary events of which were on the
program for this afternoon, Tomorrow
will com the " finals and the long-looked-for
champlonablps. Those who
did not go out for an early-morning
spin gathered along Boathousa Row and
discussed the cbaucea of the Uermana
and other aspirants for championship
honors as well aa probabilities of some
of the present holders retaining their
International in scope, the' senior
four-oared shell race is planned as tb
special feature of the regatta, a place
usually allotted to the aenlor elght
oared shell contest. In addition to tb
senior four the Oermana are entered
In the aenlor singles and aenlor doublea
They will go against tha pick of the am
ateur oarsmen of the eastern clubs, as
well a several crack oarsmn from the
far west and from Canada. That tha
German erewa will prove formidable op
ponents la admitted, and it Is thought
mac tor tn iirai lime in tn nistory or
rowing In the United States on or mora
national aaeoclatlon . trophies, may go
aoroau. ' '
The annual meetlna- of tha. National
Association of Amateur Oarsmen takes
place at tha Athletic club tonight, when
m question or returning tne visit or
the Oermsn oaramen next year will be
decided. The advisability of entering
an all-American elght-oared craw in the
Olympic games In England next year
also will be discussed by the executive
committee of the association.
British Rifle Team Coming.
' (Josraal Special Serrtee.) '
Liverpool. Aug. (.The British rifle
team which-will compete with the Am
erican and Canadian team for the
Palma trophy next month at Ottawa
aalled today on the steamship Empress
of Britain. Tha team consists of 14
officers and men under the command of
Colonel Hopton. Inspector of small arms.
After the competitions at Ottawa the
British team will make th Journey
serosa the continent and will sail from
Vancouver for Australia.' , . .. .
rotter Schedule for Beach.
Tho steamer Potter will sail from
Portland, Ash street dock, Saturday, 4
a. ro. . - l
Oet tlrketa and make reservations at
rlty ticket .olTlce, Third and Washing
ton street. C W. Stinger, city ticket
agent. . i
(ortwwile seM gs and soda wat
i Irat Street.
4k 1 Crao Co,
TWO DAYS' AUTO RACES '
. AT BRIGHTON BEACH
1 " fjoonul SpscUl Bervfe.
New York. Aug. 4. The two days'
automobile race meet which began today
at .Brighton Beach.' promises to be the
most notable affair of ' tta kind ever
pulled off in the vicinity of tho metrop
olis. The feature event la a 24-hour
International endurance derby, with a
gold and silver trophy for tha owner of
the winning car and 61,004 to be divided
between the two driver. Th event la
conducted under the auspices of th
United State Motor Racing association.
Th beginning of th 24-hour race this
evening 1 to be preceded by contest
at 60 and 100 mile." Practically every
make of machine of any note is Included
among the entrlea In the several eventa.
Young Joe Sullivan to Go
i Against Him for Large
Side Bet. v v -
(Special tMateb 4e .Ta JoereaLt i
; Seattle. Aug. t. B. R. Day, ehamplon
sprinter of Great Britain, and Jo Sul
livan, who haa not been out of. high
school very long.Vwlll meet on the cin
der path In about a month. Tha men
have agreed to run three races In on
day luu yards, 176 yards and X10 yards.
This agreement was reached In the of
fice of the sporting editor ef the Times
after a long parley between Rufa Nay
lor of AuHtralia, manager of Day, and
Mike Butler, of Clilcaaa. who la ban.
dllng Sullivan. ,
Th Britlxher wanted a race at 446
yarda for that ia Day' favorite dis
tance, but Sullivan 1 only a boy and
Dunor oia not car -to put too mucn
upon him. Butler wanted to run right
away for Sullivan is in fin condition,
but th Britisher would not conaent
They were three weeka on th water
coming over from Australia and Day
had been out of training for a week be
fore he boferded the ship, so that he fig
ure It wl Intake him Just about a month
to get fit. - , -
Kay lor is willing as bet th 1 1.000 now
m the hands of th sporting editor of
tha Time that Day wink two of tha
thre races and at that he saya be la
conceding Sullivan victory in th 100
yard dasn. Butler say he 1 prepared
to bet up to 11,000 on young Bulllvan,
ao that when the rare la pulled off,
there will be a tidy stake for the run
nera. Nothing la known out here about Sul
livan, but the fact that Mike Butler la
willing to bet on him, I aufficlent evi
dence that the boy ha speed, for Butler
know every sprinter in the country and
Just what h can do. The time and
place of the race will be determined
upon later, but In the meantime the two
sprinters will begin active training..
Running three race in on day la
something aew for American sprinters,
and Butler demurred at this at first but
Navlor savs that thia la th way It la
don lit Australia and h would prsfer to
have th thing over in one aay ratner
than string the throe racea over aa
mint dav. Th men will be riven a
abort rest between the 140 and 176-yard
dashes, and a longer ell before going
to tne mark lor tne no yarn.
While Day do not claim to be a
record roller, he is willing to run any
man lri tha United States at that dis
tance. Tom - Longboat or Champion
Shrubb of England, are preferred. Mike
Butler says there 1 a (Seattle boy whom
be would back against any man la tha
world at the mile. If be could get him
to run against a professional. He
means TTarrv Co, who haa made filch
a reputation at th University of Mich
igan. . .. f . , K.
GANS AND BRTTT WILL v
FIGHT ADMISSION DAY
. fjosraat Special grve.i ' '
Ban Francisco, Aug. .Final articles
for. the Brltt-Osns mill were signed
here : last night Th battle will be
pulled off at the ball grounds. Sixteenth
and Valencia atreeta, September 6. John
J. Oleaaon, manager of the Occidental
club, guarantee 625.000 and agree to
give 76 per cent of the gate receipt. .
Canoe Association Meet.
' Uowsal Special Service.)
Brockvllle, Ont, Aug. 6. Th annual
meet of the- American Canoe association
opened today at Sugar Island, In the
St. Lawrence river, , which I owned by
the sssoclatlon. -- A good attendance is
registered from eastern Canada,, New
York and the New England statea.
The meet thla year I td laat two
weeka An extended program of Bail
ing and paddling eventa haa been pre
pared, including alllag race under
ail aorta of conditions, a -hurry-scurry
contest a tilting tournament . and - a
.' ; . Hexican . r
v Mustang Liniment
fieee sjsjlekly to the ,
very sore of th) "
disease m4 stops .
tb most 4a-t,
Oaves every allaaenl
efMaaer beast "
that m Bw heaeet
Jnlmeat eaa ear.
None hettar, " -f
ao fjoo4. ,
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Atlantic $3.50 & $4 Shoes
Suits and Overcoats From
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Undenvcar From $1.00 a
Suit Up ;
AH summer 'dpthssg. underwear and hats
, at greatly reduced price. . : ;
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Such piano values have seldom been known in the history
VI VilC UUC pttvan w auu nvnr a v ui.u.
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.The diverted shipment of a hundred and seventeen splendid
new and choicest instruments from our San Francisco store
'means more to the pianoless homes of this city than any
other piano offering in years if indeed it has ever -been
Every Instrument is of well known make and long estab- ,
lished reliability.. There is no chance of disappointment
no possibility of dissatisfaction. ? '' "; ' ,v
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The price on every one of the hundred and seventeen instru
ments has been cut to 67 cents on the dollar a saving to the
fortunate buyers of nearly a hundred dollars on a $200
piano; $129 on the $300 grade; a saving of $171 on the $400 ,
instruments, and of $215 on the $500 pianos. '
Fullv a third of the shipment has already been sold, a splen
did record for the first four days of the sale. Keen, wide
awake music lovers have eagerly embraced this opportunity.,
to take advantage of a genuine bargain. . Interest is increase
ing, for friends of those who have already purchased are
coming jiow, upon the strength of their recommendation.
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Our windows and recital 'hall are both filled with these
. pianos. Look them over with critical judgment note their
.'uniform high excellence their splendid character their
fine tone qualities, handsome case designs and perfect finish
and condition. Really, a finer special showing of high class '
pianos was never made in Portland it's decidedly out of
the ordinary. .1 And you are not limited to a few makes
" there are many, so that you can please yourself exactly in
v the .matter of every preference. - u
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Do not ponder and debate Investigate, and be quick, Do
not wait until the sale is over and there are but a few days
".more come at once. For those who cannot call during the
day, we have arranged to keep our store open during the
evening while sale lasts, A parting word be prompt. . . ..
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