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VOL. 'J No. 0.
OREGON CITY, ORKOON. FRIDAY, JULY 7, 19J1.
Peb Week, 10 Cext
1 KILLED; 4 HURT
IN AUTO EXPLOSI0;j
Lula Tyler Gates
Captures Big Crowd
JOHN H. FINLEY.
PERPETRATED BY WALT Ac DOUGALL
New York Kdueatee MentlofMd
Fee Prealdency of Prinoaton.
HLANO FLING, MUSIC, RECITA
IONS AND ADDRESS CHARM
CE BY TWO GIRLS CAPTIVATES
ovornor Hanloy, of Indiana, Do-
llvora Address on "The Spirit
of Democracy This
(Hy Slaff Correspondent.) '
IWl'TAl'QUA GROUNDS. GLAIV
i INK. July 6 loud. threatening
brought relief from lha boat and
t of ttifir cooling quantise 10 tne
mi of Iba forenoon arlou of Ilia
it in w ci aim ina rorum oxer-
.- at (ha Wlllamotta Valley Chau
iciim AmuMiibly here today
I hr feature of lha day wii lha
III ocliM'k by tha itobtii nurna no-
y of Oregon City,
lt the ringing of lha gong tha eklrl
bagplpee waa heard coming down
of lha palba that leada Into tha
:k. lha music draw nearer and
,ir-r ana arouna a turn in ma pain
me filer jam in iuii regeue. rui
tin him ware four beautiful rhll
n liearina a great banner on wnirn
i hi national emblem.
atch iaercleoe Stirring.
Hie. largest audlenra that aver gath
J for any morning program at thla
tutauuiia greeted tha 8 col a who
ted the platform.
selection on tha plpea by Piper
i-k opened tha program, after which
Hev. J. R. Mndaborough made
the following waa tha program:
Itanre Highland Fling Mte Toua
' Vllllamon, accompanied by Ptrcr
Addresa Robbie Iltirna Him Wal
i MrCamant. '
H,,lo "The lllue Holla of Scotland."
ina June Irene Ilmna.
Highland Ml Mane Wntaon and
ary Smith, ac-ompantn I hy Mr.
Mediation 'Tha Courtship of
mdy McNab." William McLarty,
rat Chief R. U. H.
riaord Dance -Ml-n Tounle Wll
kmsun, accompanied by tip' Jec,
rtolo "Loch Imoii.l." Mine Virgin'
Closing bagpipe aelectlon. "Old
nig Hyne' which tha audience join
i In tinging.
ghland Fling Dallghta.
Tha moat apectacular and beautiful
mure ever wltnd at uianatone
a tha Highland Fling aa danced by
io Mlasee wataon ana ttmim. i ne
illdren were beautifully coatuined In
ark pUld. Tha coatuma of each waa
orlh about 1160.
With their feet twinkling In time to
a mtiNlc and tha flaxen curia bobbing
their ahouldera. the little girl
resented a picture that will long be
memliered by t Unite who wltneaaed
elr dancing. The audience compelled
encore to which tha children rea-
The dancing of Mlaa Wllllameon
a alao much appreciated and won
any round of applauaa. Her ran
erltig of -tha Intricate and difficult
word Dance waa perfect. In thla
lance the aword and acabbard ara
roHNfd on tha floor and tha dancer
akea tha atepa In tha apace ao laid
The allghteat touching of the
word with tha feet dlaquallflea the
Hiirer and apolla the dance.
Wallace McCamant'a eulogy of Rob-
l Iltirna waa ehort, but thrilling. Mr,
McCamant apoke of Hurna aa iba re
fit ler of the mora human and th
entlerer feellnga of tha atern Justice
Mm nature of tha Scot aa molded
Knox two hundred year earlier.
Mr. Qataa Qlvea Reading.
The afternoon program drew large
inwd. Mlaa Delphlne Clark, contra!
" nang. Mra. Lulu Tyler Galea gave
iir reading of "Polly of tha Clrcua ' to
i full auditorium. Mra. Oatee held
ikt audience In rapt attention for
iiii than an hour,
following tha afternoon entertain
nii'tit tha auditorium aheltared the
Blown to Atoms!
The big nolaa In town la our aeml-
annual clearance aata after the Fourth.
Sacrificing good clothing frfr good
.money we need room for our Fall
md Winter atock and wo nutation
fe w need tha money, too.
Our regular low prlcea reduced
25 per cent.
Don't fall to take advantage. ' Don't
Not Uka Otkan
tlh tnd Main . ,
1 1 ."-vx'
x liar - w
W m r x-aat
Ll'LA TYLK.ll OATK8.
Mra. Lula Tyler Oatea charm
ed two audlencea at the chautau
qua with two reading. "The
Melting Pot" and "Polly of tho
claa In parliamentary law, led by
Mr. Kmma A. Fix, of Detroit. Mich.
At the aame hour-Aurora and Cryatal
Poring baaeball teama met on
taftTpilc fluid before-ar" tn
Tha accire waa 1 to 1 In favor of
Aurora. Aurora made I hit and no
errora, three or the hlta being made
by Telford. Itoth teama played a
nappy game throughout.
The concert by the Apollo Concert
Company crowded tho auditorium at
a o'clock. Theao old favorltea of tha
amuaement platform were well receiv
ed. The program thla year la better
than ever before. All who attend are
Tha claaeee thla morning were large
ly attended, tho largeat being In tha
Hlble atudy claa led by the Kev. Edith
Hill Hooker. Tho claaa In Kunday
Hchool Methoda, led by C. A. Phlppa.
ahowetl much enthualaam. All the
claaea and the Inatructora are taking
hold of their work enthualaatlcally
and a remarkable aeaaon'a work la ex
The program tomorrow
will bo aa
1: 00-1 1 :tll Claawea.
1:00 Club Day Solo, Mlaa Maud
Dammaach, of the Monday Muni
"The Hcholarahlp Uan Fund."
Mra. Frederick Kggert, Wo-
. .t'Tha Neighborhood llouae," Mra.
8. M. Hlumaut'r, Council of Jew
Uh Women. -
"The Pre and the Club Woman."
Mra. M. U T. Hidden, Oregon
1:16 Concert AkiIIi Concert Com'
!:00--Muatcal Selection Mlaa Alice
Mualcal Selection Mr. Warren
Addreaa Mra. Emma A. Fox, De
Addreo "Women In Clvlca." Mr.
W. A. William.
3:30 ilaaeball Price Hroa. va. (Had
7: IS Band Concert Naval Reaeoo
8:00 Lecture "The Spirit of De
mocracy," Oovernor J. Frank
Hanley, of Indiana.
Boya' Brigade to Drill.
Aa Interesting event on Saturday'
program will be the exhibition drill
by four companlea of tha Oregon Dl-
vision of tha United Hoya' ungaae or
Major Glllard, of the Flrat Oregon
Regiment, la lo charge of tho Brigade
Headquarter on tho ground. He baa
an aaiimant with him and many mem-
bera of tho brigade drop In every day.
Tho boya are atudylng tha aignal book
In preparation for aignal drllr Sat
urday. Tha Boya' Brigade la ao well known
that the organization needs no Intro
duction. There are nine companlea In
tha Oregon Regiment. The four com
panlea coming to Chautauqua are:
Company K Patton Church, portlaid.
Captain Oulovaon. commanding. Com
pany F Vernon Preabyterian Church,
Portland, Commandant Roaenatict in
charge. Company A Centenary
Church, Portland, Captain William K.
Parham, commanding, and Company
H Oak Orove M. E. Church, Lieuten
ant 1. Allen, commanding. t-Jipiain,
Two of the companlea will arrive
Friday evening and will camp on the
grounda with all tne "pom) and clr
cumatance" of wtr.
The drill Saturday will b in com
petition for beautiful $75 alllc flog.
The flag will remain In the poaaeaalon
Of the company winning It for tnreo
month, when It muat be competed Tor
again. Thla banner la the official regi
There will he aignal drill, flrat aid
drill, and all tho other drill thai are
aed In the Brigade and the Boy
Tho boya are very enthualnatli over
tho proapecta and ara preparing to do
their beat. The flag will be on exhi
bition' Friday from 3:30 to t:80 p. m.
In front of the reataurant.
The following reglatered at the aeo.
rotary a deak today: Oregon CUT
Mr. and Mra. C. W. Evana, Irwin and
ticlle Evana, William J. Kennedy.
Portland Mra. O. Rolbachlald, Mra.
L. A. Colton, Belle Joaeph, Mra. 8. 8.
Rleb. Mra. 8. K. Northrup, Mra. W. L
Northrup, Mra. W. I Patteraon, Mra
Manila L. Shaw, Mra. Ell 8. Wllaon,
Mra. H. J. Griffith. Mlaa Elsie Feld
man, Eugene Rich, Sanford Slchel.
McMlnnvlllo Mra. II. Nyae Jonea,
lla May Jonea. Clackamae 8. 8.
Dallaa. Woodhurn fra D. Bonney.
Mllwauklo J. A. L. Caatra .
Alexander Doufjlaaa Soaka Divorce.
Alexander Donglaaa haa filed ault
for divorce agulnat Rmma Douglaaa
on tho complaint of deaertlon. They
were married March 8, 1809, and about
February J 5, 1909, he aaya. ahe de-
anted him. -j i
'f- 4M& V wrg, Ageing
wmmmM mosi 'klek awx4
. W .
ini ao oirt' nl Trw artiirvirr
orcrty no1t.eo1 vcti plunk tier A iem ,witt Annrl In hi
If, t ! i l.u i r i a 41 f 4 41
cinriK. luiir tirici niioc . ufim
inthe U.5 wlo Ikk1 e price?
1 in I.
WHAT IN TMUNOtR MAVt I
K1UU lOI C
Going IT BLIND-
tJr.ce on Tnf
ijv t-f nir ..utr i
it urr nJr of Jrol
bulievi n ic .
SPIRITUALISTS TO HOLD THIRTY
NINTH ANNUAL SESSION
AT NEW ERA.
KOTABLE WORKERS WILL BE PRESENT
Tenta Already Occupied and Many
Will Find Accommodatlona at
Hotel Meeting End
The thirty-ninth annual aeaaiqn of
the Splrttuallatlc campmeetlng, to be
held under the auaplcea of tho Flrat
Spiritualist Rellgloua Aeaoclatlon of
Clackamaa county, begin a tomorrow
at New Era, and will continue until
Auguat 7. An elaborate program hi
been arranged and tho beat apeakera
In. tha church In thla part of the coun
try will bo In attendance.
The New' Era Camp Ground la an
ideal place for auch a gathering. It
la on a high elevation crowned by
large fir tree, and large creek half
enclrclea tho top of tho hill.
Following are tho officer of tha aa
aoclatlon: F. K. Dunton, Molalla,
prealdent; Mra. L. L. Irwin, Barlow,
vlce-prealdent; Qeorgo H. Klrbyaon,
Oregon City, aecretary and John Bur-
goyno, New Era, treaaurer.
Offlcera of Ladlee' Union.
The officer of tho Ladle' Union
are Mra. 11. A. Lee, prealdent, Canby;
Mra. O. Klrbyaon, vice-president, Ore
gon City; Mlsa Nina Dunton, aecre
tary, Molalla, and Mlaa Rae Klrby
aon, treaaurer, Oregon City.
Many famlllea have already pitched
tenta at the camp grounda, and other
will do ao today, tomorrow and the
flrat of next wee. Accommodatlona
may alao be had at bote a for $5 and
tO week. Lodging will be 25 and
B0 centa night. New Era la altuated
on the main line of the Southern Paci
fic railroad, twenty mllea aoulh of
Portland. Steamer alao paaa the
trn dally. The following bav been
del tgnated apeclal daya: July 13, Me
monul Day; July iJ. Men'a Day, 0. H.
Ktibyaon, prealdlng; July 37, Chil
dren a Day, prlxe conteat In th eve
ning; Auguat 3, Woman'a Day, Mra. L.
L. Irwin, prealdlng; Auguat 5 annual
bualnea meeting, and Auguat 6, Port
Notable Workara to Attend.
Among thoao who will take part In
the meeting are A. 8cott Bledaoe, of
Kanaaa City, Mo., prealdent of the
Mlaaourl Stat Spiritualist Associa
tion; Wallace R. Struble, of Portland,
who will apeak on "The Personality
of Clod;" Mra. Etta 8. Bledaoe, on of
the apeakera at the laat meeting of tha
National Spiritualist Association; Mra.
M.'A. Congdon, prealdent Of the State
Spiritualist Association;' F. E. Dun
toa, of the University of Oregon, who
la aervlng hla aecond term aa presi
dent of tho Association; Profeaaor C.
J. C. Bennett, of tho Education De
"rtment of the University of Oregon;
Hon. J. L Dryden, of Loa Angnlea;
(Continued on page two.)
I 1 1 U V lavU V 1 Fir l
ev JtivJ nnk Jopr nUil men 1
. m it m I I . I t A
mvl who iell lor o eeks IxxinJ
r tJol iiCDioineian niai cvervnro?T-
vtv dUo orW? job ottlic
Miy tor. ye
I I tin
anytxxfy. When we
ier we win irrseri poriran.
J. V. FERGUSON IS
IIAI'lED FIRE WARDEN
EAGLE CREEK MAN' TO SUPER
VISE WORK OF SAVING
Stat Forester F. A. Elliott la en
gaged In perfecting hla campaign for
tho prevention of forest firea durtng
the approaching dry aeaaon. Aalde
from th local fire wardena, of whom
there will be about alx hundred in
the atate, supervising wardena are be
ing appointed In each of tho heavily
timbered count lea. In that portion of
th atato having but a email amount
of timber, two or mor '"intlea wilt
be looked after by one aupervlalng
warden. J. W. Ferguaon, of Eagle
Creek, haa been appointed aupervla
lng warden for Clackamaa county,
Thla appointment waa made by the
State Forester after careful conald
oration of tho recommendatlona re
ceived from the principal timber-land
ownera of this territory. Person re
aldlng In localltlea not covered by a
local fire warden ahould consult him
In regard to burning of alaahlnga and
Information concerning the fire law.
Tho aupervlalng wardena will have
general aupervision over the county
or dlatflct placed Jn their charge.
They will be expected to keep In touch
with tho local fire .wardena, whether
aervlng voluntarily or under pay from
tho timber ownera, county court or
otherwise, and to lend them every aa
alatance In their power for the enforce
ment of tho lawa. They will be em
powered to Issue burning permit
where the territory la aot covered by
a local fire warden, and to act aa
referee In cases where there la dif
ference of opinion between any local
warden and resident or company
relative to tho advisability of iKsuIng
a burning permit.
Logging campa, aawmllla, railroads,
etc., where steam onglnea burning
other than oil for- fuel, are being op
erated, will be Inspected to aeo that
proper apark arrestera are kept In
iiae. In addition, aupervlalng wardena
will advise with farmer, loggera, and
other who have alaahlnga to burn,
Instruct campers concerning camp
fires, distribute coplea of th law, post
fire noticea In placea where they will
do the meat good, and keep th State
Forester fully Informed In regard to
tho fir situation In their district.
LUCY JOY AND W. W. BRLCE WED.
Bridegroom Employed by P R. L. A
P. Co., on Woat Side.
Mra. Lucy Joy and W. W. Rruce, of
thla city, wore married on Tliuraday
at high noon at St. Paul a Episcopal
Church, . the- Rev. Chara Kohlnaon,
rector, officiating. '
Mra. Bruce waa formerly Mlaa Lucy
Lovelace, and la well known and high
ly esteemed. Mr. Bruce la an electric
ian, and la employed by the Portland
Railway, Light Power Company at
the atatlon on the West Side. He la
a capable workman, ami . lias many
frlenda. Mr.' and Mra. Bruce will
make their home In thla city.
J. C. Caaalday Haa Guardian.
John R. Caaalday haa been appoint
ed guardian of th person and estate
of James C. Caaalday, who la aald
to have waated hla estate. Latnoreaux
ft Sleight are th attornoyo.
anA tnere j
jg in litis
VVhfil we really -need
i a vreea oi
deif nnd dunilj
ata . rwirrots
maheji lereal ly
THE LIMIT OF
OREGON CITY MAY
HAVE NEW LOCKS
TEE AWAITS REPLY
PROPOSED SERVICE WOULD BE FREE
Statutaa Adopted by Congreaa and
State Legialaturo Provide for
an Appropriation of
WASHINGTON. July 6. The report
of the nvera and harbora committed
on the Oregon City lock awai'a Major
Mclndoe'a reply io a letter asking for
hla reaaona for recommending a 300
foot length Instead of 210 foot
length aa at preaent.
With thla point cleared the board
expect to report to Congreaa In about
ten t'iia Tho board la consldeili.t
two pripoaltloua the Improvement of
the old lock a and th building of new
lock on th other sid of the river.
If the recommendatlona of Major
Mclndoe to the War Department be
followed, the lock owned, by the
Portland Railway, Light & Power Com
pany, will be thrown on the Junk
heap, an entirely new canal and set
of locka will be built and the com
pany be permitted to do with th old
plant whatever It please, ao Boon a
tho new plant haa been thrown cpen to
Major Mclndoe Report.
Major Mclndoe baa gone over the
ground carefully and haa lia I 'ho ad
vantage of the former examinations
that hate been mndo by amy en
gineera and prlvat engineer In be
half of the farmera of th Willamette
Valley. He waa Instructed to report
on the situation 'from an engineering
standpoint, and he haa done ao, with
out regard to th private Intereata In
volved, keeping In mind apparently
only the greateat good to th greatest
number, and looking Into the future to
determine hla recommendatlona.
Hla report seta forth aa his plan that
the Federal government and State
government, acting under the provi
sions of statutea adopted by Congreaa
and the Legislature for Joint appro
priation of $300,000 by each to build
a new canal and locka oa th east aide
of th river; that tho preaent locka
remain In use, unrepaired, while th
new locks are being built; and that
when they have been built tbe old
locka be disposed of aa the power com
pany that owna them wlahe.
New Lock to b Fro.
Of course, this meana that they
would be useless; because th new
Incka are to be free of tolls on all
freight that paaaes through them It
would be obvloualv Impossible for the
company o collect tolla afr th n"v
lock wer built, becauae thor would
be no freight to pas throush them.
It would all go through the free gov
Major Mclndoe'a reason, In part, at
leaat, for thla recommendation- la that,
wr the old locka to he rebuilt cn
the west aide of th river, two or
thre year would Intervene during
which no navigation could paai up or
down th river; whereas hla plnn pro-
vldea for no Interruption of traffic.
EINE FDIIK FOR CITY
B. TAYLOR. OF NEW YORK, IS
GUEST AT DINNER OF
J. B. Taylor, a prominent manufac
turer of New York, and a atockbolder
in tbe Willamette Pulp c Paper Com
pany, waa a dinner guest Thursday
evening of Mr. and Mr. Joseph Lynch.
Mr. Taylor la a aon-ln-law of former
Governor Flower, of New York, and
la well-known throughout tbe United
Slatee. He and Mr. Lynch were frlenda
when the tatter lived In New York.
Mr. Taylor's preaent vlalt to the West
la the flrat he haa made In twenty
years, and he aaya the Improvement
In that time haa been remarkable.
While Oregon City baa not mad aa
big gain in population aa aeveral
other placea, Mr. Taylor declares the
Improvement la of a substantial na
ture, and becauae of th power ob
tained at tho falki. the city will al
ways be to the front aa a manufac
WILSON, DARK HORSE,
III CORONER'S RACE
TIP IS THAT COUNTY COURT, AT
MEETING TODAY WILL
A dark horse. In th person of W
J. Wilson, liveryman, entered tbe race
for Coroner to aucceed Dr. Thomaa J
Fox, resigned. Thursday. The other
aoplicanta are R. W. Baker, tbe real
eatate man. and Thomaa J. Myera, th
undertaker. It la understood that the
members of the County Court at tbe
meeting Thuraday voted aa followa:
Judge Beatle for Baker, W. H. Mat
toon for Wilson and N. Blair for
Myera. Myera and Baker are Demo
crats and Wllaon ia a Republican.
The Court meet again today when
It la aald a man will be decided upon.
Baker la tipped to win.
BIG THE FACTORY
BUILT AT NEW ERA
FRANK SPURLAK INSTALLING MA
CHINERY FOR NEW
A new manufacturing plant will be
put into operation In Clackamaa
County In a few daya. Frank Spurlak,
of New Era, has erected a tile factory
and Is installing the machinery. He
plans to make from three to eight-Inch
tile to use In draining awampa. Mr.
Spurlak will also manufacture brick
and other building blocke. There la
a big demand for tile In some parta of
the county, and the promoter of the
enterprise expects to do a large busi
ness. There la a tile factory at HuT
bard. but. It la thought, there Is room
for another one. Mr. Spurlak haa the
best clay In Oregon for th manufac
ture of tile.
Justice Marrlaa Couple.
. E. M. Matlack and Miss J. H. Hortog,
of Marlon county, were married by
Justice of Peace Samson Thursday,
The witnesses were Miss Maude
Woodward and J. II. Hughes.
1-4 Acre Tract
All in crop, close to school and Electric car line, 4
blocks from stqre. We will sell this at your own
terms. If you want a home
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
12 Mala SL, Oregon CUy.
HIS DAUGHTER DEAD, J. B. KELLY
AND SONS ARE IN SER
OTHER DAUGHTER CCUSKED BY CM
Rock In Road Puncture Gaeolin
Tank and Explosion Followa .
Driver Loose Control of
GRANTS PASS. Or.. July 6. When
th gasoline tank on th rear cud of
their automobile bumped loose on a (
rock In tbe middle of tho Crescent
City etag road late laat night, th re
aulting explosion burned 14-year-old
Myrna Kelly, daughter of John B.
Kelly, of 346 Halgbt atreet. San Fran
cisco, ao terribly that ahe died at 1 4(0
o'clock thla afternoon; scorched an-
otterjJaughterAngela a student at
th L'niveraity of California, unlIITir
her agony ahe leaped from her aeat
and was crushed under th car, which
had got beyond control, and aearoJ
and bliatered the faces and bodies of
Kelly and hla little aona, Hobart and.
Homer, 8 and S year a old. -
Clothing Burned Off Body.
Member of the atrlcken family
were brought to the Grant Paaa Hos
pital thla afternoon. From tho flrat
there waa no hope for the life of little
Myrna, whose clothes had been burned
almost entirely off her body. Endur
ing frightful Buffering, ahe had paaaed
nearly the whole nlgbt with only the
rude attentlona that occupant of
farmhouaea near the acene of the' ac
cident could give ber.
Angela, the other daughter, la In
jured Internally and haa aeveral ribs
broken. In addition to aevere barn.
It ahe recovera, which ia doubtful, ahe
will be scarred and perbapa crippled
The other three, Kelly and his two
aona. whose face swollen beyond
recognition, and bliatered hands, give
mute evidence of tbe appalling and- "
denneaa of the accident and the man
ner in which tho occupant of the car '
were trapped In their seata, with not
a chance to escape, will probably get
well, t bough Xhej will always keaur thai
scars. Tbe condition of the tittle boy
is th most serious.
Control of Car Lost. ,
Tbe accident, which ia one of
series of automobile tragedies that has
pursued the Kelly family Ilk a
atrange fatality for five years, occur
red about alx miles from tbe little
town of Kerby. Kelly, who waa at the
wheel of hla car, waa driving alowly
on account of the roughnesa of the
On either aide the road waa cut
with deep rata, made by the wheel
of heavy vehicles, and in the center
stood up a rocky ridge. A projection
from this ridge struck th bottom of
the car. ungeared the machine, leav
ing the driver powerleea to control
It, punctured and knocked loose the
gasoline tank until It swung down
from the rear axle.
BIG CHERRY FAIR
OPENS WITH PARADE
SALEM. Or, July . (Special. )
Th alxth annual cherry fair, which
atarted today promises to eclipse all
previous fairs here. While not aa
extensive aa aome of the parade In
the past year, the civic and industrial
psgeant this morning, which marked
the opening of the fair, more than
made up In the beauty and the Ingen
uity of the floats what It might have
lacked In length.
Heading the procession were the
members of Company M, Oregon Na
tional Guard, followed by the heralds
of their royal majesties. On sumptu
ous float surmounted by a brilliantly
decorated throne. Queen Anne, Mlsa
Elizabeth McLaughlin, looked grac
iously upon her subject and a truly
regal queen ahe waa.
.. May Enlarge Garago.
Elliott A Park have purchased a
handsome touring car for their garage.
It look aa though tbe garage will
have to be enlarged, aa many per
sona owning machines In thla city are
depending on the two garagea of tbe
city, that owned by C. O. Miller, and
the other by Elliott ft Park. During
the past two weeks there have been
aeveral car purchased by Oregon City
Oregon City Fair and warm-
er; northwesterly winds.
Oregon Fair, warmer Interior
west portion and cooler east por-
tlon; north weaterly winds.
come and see us.