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MOHNING ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1911.
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FOR t FOR
gays are almoet giving our oxfords and shots away.
r purtnfl our annual CLEANUP SALE ws art giving bargain In
T fiTTIO NOW WHILt Wf HAVE A FULL RUN OF SIZES.
ee Out Bargain Shoe Window
Uptoilon Bridge Cor.
WaHy Hla Hire.
rao T"" direct Dia 10 Ida
fur a i""r,rr "
tail prrUy bight
but Utuk directors gel blgb
k White, of Logan, waa In ihla
fy Schaft, of Carua, waa In tola
I B., Mood ha gone to Tba
A. E. Jones, of Eldorado, waa
Parry, of Molalla. waa In this
ii.Hli.ii Watsr. Bold hv all
CruosrWs and. jtrugglaU.
W. Hulman. of Beaver Creek,
this city on Baiuraay.
knd Mra. A. L, Jonss, of Eldore-
Id tbla city Saturday.
a Shaver, of Molalla. waa In
iy on business, Saturday.
tod Mra. Herman Fisber, of
ere la thla city Saturday..
Etina and son. Dave, of Ilasel-
kit In thla city on bualnaaa
Harton and family, of Puy
sash, ara registered at tba
i t bread why not gat Itoyal
The bet that money can
Warner, one of the wall,
formers of Damascus, was In
City on Baturday,
ikod Mra. Herman Fisher, of
were among the Oregon City
ii visitors Baturday.
Ely. of Qladatone, left Batur
urolng for Seaside, where be
k arter property lutraata.
Uulnicer, of Portland. passed
I) thla city on Friday on, ber
b BhuM. where ahe will vlalt
land Mrs. Allen Adama left for
hre they will apend today
ha Utters psrent. Mr. and
J. Ilaty and eon, of Canby,
ve been In Willamette visit-
atlves, returned to their bome
I), rowall. of Rochester. N.
reglatered at the Electric Hotel.
accompanied by W. L. Fuller,
lesiown, N. Y.
K. A. Sommer, formerly of Ors
nty. hai moved hie office to 1017
t building, Portland.
!'. Cooper, of Mullno, waa In thla
in Saturday. Mr. Cooper la ar-
to go to California, where
make hla home.
nd Mra. o. r. Mack and two
n. of Canny, were In thla city
on their war bom from
nd, where trier had hMn on a
Nelson and daughter. Mabla.
ave for Cannon Reach, on Tues-
nere tiiey wll camp for several
Th r1y wll be lolned lataf bv
nd Mra. William Welsmandel,
'nHvnn Shaw, daughter of Mr.
I"" llltrrv M Hh nt thinna.
rlT of till. cltr. who anent the
month with the famllv of (leorae
and with friends In Portland,
" for her home thla morning.
hie of Huntley's delicious Ics
" "r pineapple ics will help your
'holt rIhkq will leave the Electric
earn di.y at 2 o'clock o. m.
''I Rly. little, daughter of Mr.
Klral operation of the throat on
'ay morning, s allghtly Improv
he tonrilla nt ij.nnM.
r bT H. 8. Mount.
Vpdll Willi, m. V.. .
here ahe will vlalt at
noma of j,ge .n,i Mr. w.
"ra and will be a guest of Mra.
"'""n. or Kansas Cty Mo., form-
n.ry conyers, Who Is spend-
summer with her parents.
d coffee ,n(i
25c coffee and SOo tea, Can't
'a Mnrlnn t
ho l .-""ITIIUO, Ul ' 0I1U,
JJ ;cn vUltlng her sunt. Mra.
r""'T, nns rone to TWttnnil
he wilt vi.it ..ui . i
i there will g t0 oearhart. where
W1 lend several weeks.
k,'5,A,Jl"i' Bag, an M Ham.
K 12 Co nUn .. : ..in
ri. , - Ji umnxill will
IZ to thrw Purchaaers Of
" Twy morning at Huntley's.
Mrs. Annie Howard will leave on
Monday morning for Cannon lleacb.
wners she will ha the guest Of Mr.
and Mrs. C. tl. Miller, who are camp
ing at thnt resort. Mra. Howard will
lie gone for two weeks.
Heller buy augar now. It's sure to
So higher, 17 pounds for f I, beat (ran
ulated. Harrta' grocery.
Mrs. r. K. Uarbotlle and two chit
dren. (jludys and Virginia, of Wblu
Houae, Yukon Territory, have arrlv
d In thla city, and will apend aeveral
weeks with Mr. snd Mrs. II. J. Hlgger,
oi iireenpoint, ine parenta of Mra.
Mlaa Maude Matiley. of thla cliy.
wno la one of the Insiructora In tba
Portland achoola, haa gone to Madl
win Wla., where ahe will attend the
Htate (Inlveralty and take a apeclal
courne In chemistry. Mlaa Mattlny
will alo attend several lectures In
Chicago, snd will visit relatives tors
abort time leforel'turntnfto Oregon
liellrateaaen: U A. Notile, 714 Main
atreet. haa Jual received from Wiscon
sin J, 000 pounds new cheeae, cresm,
Hwlas and llnmurger. Fine for lunch.
Attorney John P. Clark left on Bat
urday oxeiilng on a hunting trip. He
waa accompanied by Victor Connrroe,
of tbla city, Fred Toner, of Dallaa,
Stewart Htayner, of Portland. All are
gtMid marksmen and there la no doubt
but they will return with plenty of
venlaon, and their friends are am
loualy waiting for aome of tbe deer
Mr. and Mra. C. C. Seeley, or Un
coin. Neb., who have been visiting
Mr.ndHfra. J.'B. Beeley, of Mel
drum, hsve returned to their bome.
Mr. Heeley Is sn eitenalve flour mill
owner, having 1 roilla in Nebraasa.
He la so well pleaaed with Oregon
that he baa decided to locate here In
tbe near future.
llexall M oik u I to Talcum Powder
will protect you from the peata. Pleas
ant to uae. ZSo and guaranteed, at
Mlaa Nora Crlawell. Miss Stella
Crlswell. Mlas Mollis Mitchell, Miss
Clara Mitchell, Mlaa Letha Jackson,
Mlaa Edltb Jackaon, Mlaa Myrtle
Crosa formed an automobile party
that left for Wllholt on Saturday af
ternoon, where they , remained over
night, and will return thla evening.
They took with ibetn a tent, and en
Joyed camp life ofr one nlgbL
Mlaa Nomina Klemaen and Mlaa
Utile Scboenbelns will leave today
for Foreat Grove, where they will
vlalt the former's relatlvea for a
Daniel Wllllama, after a vlalt In thla
city tor aeveral months, left on Bat
urday for Everett and Seattle. Waab.,
where be will vlalt bla two daugh
tera. Mra. T. P. Randall and daughter.
Velma, have gone to Wlncheater Hay
to apend one month.
H. Blttenfleld. of Sacramento, Cai.,
waa In the city Baturday on bualneaa.
Mr. and Mra. Wlllam Pelera will
go to Long Deach Tuesday to spend
C. W. Palsh. of Gladatone, waa In
tbe city Saturday.
I Mattoon. O. McClure. W. R.
Snooks snd Oeorge Laielle, of Twi
light, were In the city Saturday.
8. P. Davis attended the funeral Sat
urday afternoon of Mra. Luclnda
Fields, mother of County Clerk Fields,
of Portland at the Mount Tabor Meth
MINORITY RULES, DECLARES U'REN
(Continued from page I.)
But can ny of you tell roe when
any poetical party was ever In con
trol of all the law-making power of
the American government? Wben
Parliament pasaes bill It la law.
When Congreaa pssses a bill and tbe
Prealdent approves It, tbe bill Is not
a law until the Supreme Court says
so. And a bill that the Supreme
Court aays Is Isw todsy, It hss power,
by a bare majority vote to Bay tomor
row that the same bll la not law.
Change Would Be Slow.
Iet ua suppose a case: Suppose
that by a miracle greater than that
which converted Saul of Taraua, a
two-thlrda majority of both the Rrlt
lsh and tbe Americana should be con
verted to a working faith In the doc
trine, of Boclallam preached by our
distinguished guests, Mr. and Mra.
Webb, and that thla miracle should
happen before the nest general elec
tion. How long would It take to In
troduce the Soclallat system of laws
In both countrlea, and make the In
troduction by conatltutlonal methodsT
Our genersl election Is In Novem
ber next year, and auch a miracle
would reault In calling an election
for members of Parliament at least
ss early. Then what must the Brit
ish do before tney could make tbe
necensary laws for Socialism? Mere
ly elect a majority of the members of
parliament, and with a two-thirds ma
jority of the voters It would be al
most Impoaalble for the Soclallsta to
fall of having a good working ma
jority of the House or Commons. The
election Itself would be a referendum
vote on Socialism and of the laws
necesssry to put. the Socialist system
What Would Americans Do?
Whst would the Amerlcsns do?
They would probsbly elect tbe Presl-
NI VERS AL SHORTHAND
" nil nth Ar D.MarL.kl. . I l J. A lha vnnnlka
BHiariei 5o to S0. Higher sta nditrd than business colleges.
YOU SHOULD INVESTIGATE OUR WORK.
dent and a majority of tbe Kepreaen-
lauvee, Din lei ua atjppoee also that
meir two-thirds msjorlty of tbe voters
should be so distributed that they
wuuiu ue m run control or the state
government In two-thirds of tbe ststes.
Then they would elect twenty-two
United H tales senstors, being two-
mirns or me aenators to be elected
to fill vac ancies. They could not pass
a single Moclallst bill - beyond tbe
Houae of Representatives. They must
keep up the orgsnlzstlon and bold
their twothtrda majority until the
general election In November, ISM,
and they would then re-elect their
representatives snd get another twenty-two
United Htales aenalora, being
two-thirds or the vscsncles thst year.
Hut they would allll be short or a
majority In the United Htatea Senate
ao Ihey could not paaa a bill.
Then In 191A, they must again hold
their two-thirds majority to elect tbe
Prealdnnt and their members or the
House, and ret another twenty two
aenators, being two-thirds or the va
cancies thst year. Thla would give
them a bare two-thirds msjorlty In
tbe United States Senate and at a
apeclal seealon In March, 1917, they
could submit to the state Leglalature
aome amendmenta to the national
Constitution that would make their
Boclallat bllla conatltutlonal. If tbey
could get the amendments spproved
by three fourths or the states, but the
legislatures would not flnlnh voting
before alMiut 1920. In the mesntlme
there would be no use or pawning
Hoclallat bills becsuse the United
Statea Supreme Court would declare
Constitution Must Bs Amsndsd.
Hut even then, sfter- two-thirds of
the voters of the United Btatea had
voted the Soclallat ticket straight
through three or four national elec
tions, they would be utterly helpless
under the Constitution. Iecaus tbe
Constitution or the United Btatea can
not be amended without the approval
or three fourths or the stste Legists-
tures or -of Constitutional convention s
In three-founha of tbe ststes.
Thus the Socialists might be In full
control of a two-thirds majority In
Congreaa, there might be a Socialist
president, snd tbey mlgbt also hsve
full control of thirty-two stste gov
ernments, and still be utterly helpless
until they could win four more of the
remaining fifteen states we shsll have
by that time. It la clear then, that
under our system a . two-thirds ma
jority of the American people could
not In all eternity make changes in
Isws by Constitutions! methods thst
could be made by tbe same majority
of the -HrMlsb people by Constitu
tions! methods In twelve months.
Hut with their two-thirds msjorlty
the Socialists could psss a bill In
creasing the number of Judges on the
Supreme Court bench from 9 to II,
snd the Socialist President could ap
point all the new Judges from Social
ist lawyers who would guarantee to
conatrae the Constitution "In tbe light
or reason" Boclsllst reaaon, and then
they could begin to do what tbe Brit
ish people bad long ago completed.
Thla waa the method adopted by the
Republican party to make tbe laaue or
legal tender greenbacks Constitution
al In the United States.
And remember, my friends, that
thla la the road Radlcala muat travel
In tbe United Btatea. A Tory minor-
Ity or one atate, more than one-fourth
or all the atatea In the Union can ab
solutely block any change In the na
tional Constitution. Tbe American
system Is emphatically government
by a small minority Instead or by a
plurality, not to aay a majority, or an
Americana are taking so strongly
to tbe Initiative and referendum be
cause they need It In tbelr business
or government. It Is along the line
or leaat resistance and along tbe
shortest road to popular government
In getting control or that three-fourtha
or all the atates which la necessary
before the national Constitution can
be ao changed that the plutocratic
ownera or special privileges can be
driven from the American temple of
Tbe British are not taking ao strong
ly to tbe American form or Initiative
and referendum because they do not
need It in their business. For most
practical purposes the British people
now have all the power that Ameri
cana will have when the Initiative and
referendum and the short ballot are
a part or the Constitution or the Unit
Hut, ssys my American friend who
la fond of shouting himself hoarse
with the cry "We are the best red.
the best clothed, the best educsted
snd the rreest people on the earth."
But. he aaya, bow about personal lib
erty, and the peraonal rights of the
cltUens? There we are way ahead
of the British. Are we? Has there
been a time In British history since
the American Revolution when the
King, with any or all of the officers
or the British government, could have
deported a native born Englishman
because bis parents were Cblneae, and
that after a Judge and Jury had de
cided that he waa a native born Eng
lishman? Certainly not. But that can,
be done by the Immigration Commit
sloner snd the Secretary or the Unit
ed States Tressury and has been done.
And not only was It ion nut the Su
preme Court or the United States de
cided thst It wss constitutionally done.
(See the case or Unlted'Ststes sgalnst
Ju Toy. 19S United Ststes Supreme
Court Reports page 2B3 )
And sgaln when an American cltl
ren is kidnapped and brought to the
bar or a criminal court In another
than his own atate. the courta have
decided that tbey will try him ror the
crime with which he Is charged, no
matter how be was got there. Iswrully
or unlawfully. And If be pleads that
he wss brought there unlawfully. In
violation of the laws of bla own state
from which he wss kidnapped, and
of the laws of the United States pro
viding for extradition, the Court will
refuse even to Inquire whether bis
plea la true.
Clarence S. Darrow Will Retire
When Dynamiting Case Is Ended
Photo by American preae Association.
LARENCE 8. DARKOW of Chicago, principal attorney for tbe tare Me
Nsmsrss, accused of complicity In tbe dynamiting of tbe plant of the
Loa Angeles Times, snnounces thst when this caae la ended he U1
retire from tbe practice of law. Tbe legal firm of which he la a member
has slresdy been dissolved, and Mr. Darrow has no other law business abend
T bin. lie says that be will devote bla time after tbe McNsrama trial Is
ever to resting, lecturing snd literary pursuits. Mr. Darrow at first was not
Inclined to undertake tbe defenae or the McNamaraa, as be said that he feared
ths bsrd work necessary would be too much of a strain. Tbe union labor
leaders remembered bis successful defense of Moyer, Haywood and Petti bone
ef tbe Western Federation of Miners, and tbey Insisted that Mr. Darrow should
represeut tbe McNsmsrss, and be consented. The case, which has been set
for Oct 11. will be bsrd fought snd will be welched by the entire world.
Harvesting Is In full blast here.
A large number of peraona attend
ed tbe barbecue at Mullno Baturday.
Frank Klmmey and family, of 8a
lera. are stopping wis. Mrs. Kimmsy'a
father. Will Jones, of this piace. Mr.
Klmmey Is working on the new Tall
C. E. Smith finished hauling his hsy
Mr. Crook, or Mullno. made a busi
ness trip to Oregon City Thursday.
Mrs. Glen Yergan, of Aurora, Is
visiting friends and relatlvea here tbla
Mlaa Grace Anderson made a trip
to Mullno. Thuraday afternoon."'
Mr. Evans, of Mullno, la prospering
with his new store.
Clyde 8mlth and family. Of Cape
Horn, have moved to our little burg.
He la having a houae built by Mr.
Husband on Rockrldge. We are glad
to have them as our neighbors.
Mrs. - Fred Spangler . spent a few
days the first of tbe week with ber
slater at Aurora. '
Born, to the wife of J. Mallatt, a
fine baby girl on the 17th. Mother
and child are doing fine.
Farmers are making bay while the
Sunday wss a record-breaker ror
autolsts snd aa Sambo ssys, there wss
sure "rifty-leben" paaaed this way
looking ror cool nooks along the
The ball game by Logan Second and
Stone was In the latter'a ravor.
Charles Mlnkler, a brother r Mrs.
M. H. Rlebhoff. who has been visiting
here, left for Centralen, Wash., this
Miss Margaret Rlebhoff. of Port
land, visited her parents Sunday.
Many farmers are baling their bay.
Mlaa ElUabeth Mlnturn, of Eugene,
Is visiting her cousin Miss Sylvia
Brown this week.
Some farmers are digging spuds and
hauling to the early market
RECENT ARRIVAL IN
CITY DIES SUDDENLY
CROWD TO ATTEND SERVICES.
Persons From Sesttle snd Taeoma to
Be st Csmpmeetlna Todsy.
This will be a big day at the Evan
gelical campmeetlng at Jennings
Lodge. Many persons have come from
Seattle, Tacoma and other parts of
Washington and Oregon and hundreda
are expected from Portland. Lents,
Mllwankle. Oregon City and many
other parts. Services will be held as
follows: Sunday school at 10 a. m..
preaching service at 11 a. m.; at I
p. m. preaching service In the Ger
man language at 7 P. m. Song service
Eclectic Business University
pr Marnhali 2751
WORCK STEn BLOCK, Third St.. corner Oak
Five Couplsa Granted L'cenees.
The following licenses to marry
were granted 8aturdny: Ollne Car
lisle and Claire UlshoefTer of Oregon
City R. F. I). No. g; Anna Perlnger
and Gilbert R. Smith, of Oregon City,
Mary L Ott and J. W. Garner; Flora
Holla Sanders and John H. Wallace,
of Oregon City R. F. D. No. 5; Grace
Walton and Roy Stlon. of 274 East
Seventy-seventh street, Portland. ;
George Bedwell, of" Greenpolnt, died
at the ramlly home about 12:30 Sat
urday morning. He arnvea in tnts
city with his wife and son. Earl, from
Oklahoma, several months ago, and
ror some time was employed with the
Clackamas Southern Railway Com
pany. He left tor his work at the
usual hour Friday morning, but for
seversl days had been complaining of
not feeling well. His wife tried to
persuade him to stsy home, but think
ing be would feel better, be decided
to work. Coming home he was taken
worse and fell three tlmee before he
waa able to reach the house. A man
passing along the road found him 111
and took him to hla residence, where
he gradually grew worse until bis
death. He Is survived by a wife and
one son, Earl. The body will be tsken
to the old home In Oklahoma and
burled In the family lot
Wife Seeka Divorce.
Mary Patterson, who wss married
beoember 5. 1894, at Waterford. Can
adA. to Silas H. Patterson, has filed
suit for divorce on the ground of de
sertion. She says Patterson left ber
st Rochester, N. Y.. September 15,
190(1, and for the laat three years she
has made ber own living at Portland,
She You deceived me when 1 mar
ried you. He I did more tlnin that
I deceivrd luyxeif.-Utou Truu. rijit.
Scores of persons vlalt the Promo
tion Office dally. Many of them are
Easterners who are traveling through
tbe country from one town to anoth
er to see which part ,of tbla North
western section Interests them most
All speak very favorably of tbe coun
try adjacent to Oregon City. Among
one of the recent arrivals at tbe of
fice was J. N. O. Thomson, of La
Grange, Ind. He said that Oregon
City was one of the moat picturesque
and Interesting cities that be had
H. Goldstein of Bank Block, Fort
Wayne, Ind., will leave In a few days
for the West with a company of fifty
home-seekers. They will visit Oregon
City and may' settle In this section.
This Is the kind of Immigration thai
counts. - f-
Mr. M. Madder, or New Era, has on
display some of his famous Sliver
Main oata and Kinney wheat' He also
baa some yellow transparent
apples in the show windows. Mr.
Madder is a good booster ror bla sec
tion and haa certainly demonstrated
the fact by the samples.
Julius Busch has a sample or Flag
Oata at the Promotion Office which
shows that the Logan country can
grow Just as good grain as any oth
er section. Mr. Busch has a large
farm at Logan and la one or the prom
inent rarmers or that section. He
Is a brother or Frank Busch, or this
city, who Is a member or tbe public
ity committee or the Oregon City
Commercial Club and was one of the
committee that bad charge of tbe
erection of tbe Promotion Office.
II. L Scheer, of Twilight
brought to tbe office a sample of
oata that has attracted more attention
than any so far received. This var
iety . Is known as tbe German Side
Oats and grows on enormous
straws. Some of the straws the
half Inch In diameter and carry sev
eral beads. This variety of oats baa
been known to produce 118 bushela
to the acre which Is probably tbe rec
ord crop for oata. '
A. C. Glover, of Eagle Creek, called
at the Promotion Office on Baturday
to make arrangements with Secretary
Latflle of the County Fair for con
cessions during the coming fair, Sep
tember 27, 28, 29 and 30.
Fred Daugberty, of Molalla, who Is
one of the most prominent farmers of
thst section, called at tbe Promotion
Office to examine the products upon
display and to obtain news or the
county, such as Commercial Club pro
motion work, Clackamas County State
Fair exhibit, and tbe prospects ror
the County Fair. He was Informed
that all were progressing nicely and
especially the prospects were One ror
a large poultry show at the County
Fair at Canby. This pleased Mr.
Daugherty very much, as he Is one
or the fancy poultry breeders who
take a great interest In fairs.
C. B. Livingston, or Forest Grove,
who makes a specialty or growing
green Vaa fr tne Portland market
waa looking over Clackamas County
last week, getting Information aa to
methods used by the growers near
Oregon City. He had a long talk with
George DeBok, or Willamette, who Is
probably the best known gardener
near Oregon City.
J. L. Daugherty, of Effingham, Kan.,
called at the Promotion Office on Sat
urday. He will look over the county
with a view of buying a rarm and
locating here. Mr. Daugherty Is an
other person who has been advlaed to
come to Clackamaa County by the
Commercial Club and la well pleased
8ur.se ribs ror tba Dally Enterprise
THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE BE8T THE TIP TOP OF EXCEL
LENCE. WE BOTH AIM TO GET IT. YOU, THE CLEVER AND
SUCCESSFUL HOUSEWIFE, WANT THE GROCERIE8E THAT GIVE
THE GREATEST RESULTS IN YOUR FOOD THAT PLEASE YOUR
FAMILY AND VISITORS. .....
WE sell only tip top quality in groceries
so that we may get your trade-and re-
W W s fj m.
Tain it. bverv item we send out is an adver-
tisement oflhe quality of theothers; Ihwe
did not maintain tip top value always, our business would not con
tinue to grow as rapidly as it does. Inspect our extensive stock
or telephone a trial order.
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ongh knowledge of the law. "It Is the combined wisdom of the agea.
Three years' course with degree. Standard Is equal to the Eastern law
schools and the work is most thoroughly done. Fully prepares for the Bar
Tbe school is In session all tbe year In both day and night classes. En
roll at any time; do It now.
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I Woman's World
Mns. W. E. Cersy Entertains en
Lawns Artificially Cooled by les.
Photo by American Prrss Association.
MRS. W. B. COHFT.
The princely hospitality of the Wil
liam' Ellis Corey s la the wonder of
Paris, where people seldom wonder at
Slues she married tbe steel king.
Mr. Corey, the former prima donna.
Miss Mabelle Oilman, baa developed
Into a great social leader In Paris,
where her entertalnmenta are attend
ed by royalty. Kecetitly sbe gsve a
grand fete at her Chauteau de VUle
genals, formerly the- bome of Jerome
Bonaparte, king of Westphalia. In or
der to make ber guesta comfortable
she had (be lawna artificially cooled
by Ice. Among those preaent were the
Grand Duke Boris of rtusxln. on bis
way lo the coronation; the crown prince
of Greece and Grand Duke George of
Leucbtenlterg. Tbe Grand Duke Boria
so far unbent bis dignity ss to give
some specimens of Kusslnn fancy
dancing. Mrs. Corey si so danced.
Since they bsve lived lu Perls the
Coreys hsve given a series of these
msgnlllcent and costly entertainments,
wblcb surpsas snytblng ever seen In
thst city. "
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Boating, Surf Bathing. Riding, Auto
Ing, Canoeing, Dancing and Roller
Skating. Where pretty water agates,
moss sgates, moonstones, carnelana
can be found on the beach. Pure
mountain water and the best of food
at low prices. Fresh flsh, clams, crabs
and oysters, with abundance of vege
tables of all kinds dally.
Camping GroSnds Convsnlent and At
tractive. wth strict sanitary regulations
LOW ROUND-TRIP SEASON
from all points In Oregon, Washing
ton and Idaho on sale dally.
from Southern Pacific points Port
Isnd to Cottage Grove; also from all
C. A K. stations Albany and west.
Good going Saturday or Sunday and
for return Sunday or Monday.
Call on any S. P. or C. & E. Agent
for full partlculara as to fares, trains,
schedules etc.; also ror copy of our
Illustrated booklet, "Outing In Ore
gon," or write to
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT.
The following are those registered
at the Electric Hotel: A. E. Malley,
Ottawa, Canada; H. Steele Miller,
Walla Walla, Wash.; 8. E. Stevens
and wife. Eugene; Mrs. C. C. Myers.
Oeorge Anderson. Harry Myers,
Moale Balrd, C. B- Livingston. O. A.
Cheney. Oeorge II. Clark. Baty and
Jones. Edwsrd Douglas, W. E. Mum
power. C. A. Llndqueat, R, W. Ward,
H. Lucas, Portland; P. Laverty. Port
land; O. M. Barton and family, Puy
allu p. Wash.; W. I. Fuller, James
town, N. Y-; Mm D. Powell, Roches
ter, N. Y.