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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1915)
TTTT3 MOKXTXG OREGOXTAy. MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1915.
FAIR WORK LAUDED
Mr. Putnam Asserts Oregon
Building Makes Good.
REAL HOSPITALITY SHOWN
Governor's Secretary, Hark From
San Frandsw, Also Ma Words
of Praia for Work Ion by
State's "tb1 .Mtlltla.
Returning yesterday from San Fran
Cisco on th steamer Great Northern.
' George Palmer Putnam, aecretary to
GoTtrnor Wlthycomb. waa full or en
thustasm for what ha characterliea
..the unique part Oregon la playing- In
-h hie- fair. Mr. Putnam alao ex
pressed great satisfaction tn the way
the Oregon Naval Mtlltla started out
on Its cruise. He accompanied the
cruiser Albany aa far aa Fan Francisco
as the representative of the Governor.
-The Oreron building la making good,
.and more than good." said Mr. Putnam.
It has got Into Its stride now, and la
: 'easily one of the show placea of the
whole exposition. Most vaiuaoie 01 an.
:."itk nublicltr war. it merita the de-
: sciDtlon of different. For It actually
"is different. It la worth noting tha
when the San Francisco school children
come to the fair our building Is one
:-of the few that la placed on their mn
Hospitality la Real.
What struck Mr. Putnam especially
. waa the fact that real hospitality la
- lifinr dlsoensed at the Oregon building.
'. He say tt Is practically the only place
. on the grounda where visitors get a
reception genuinely homelike and go
"away with a feeling of satisfaction and
-eome-agalnness." The. petty extortions
for tips and minor payments, almost
everywhere else encountered, are not
hlv absent In the OrtioD building.
Koeaklnr of the work of the Naval
Militia. Mr. Putnam expreased himself
atronzlr aa being greatly pleasea at
the workmanlike way In which the
amateur sailors tackled their tanks.
-Tha officers and men took hold with
: a vim. There waa no foolishness. The
spirit manifest throughout waa to make
tha most or the opportunity ror train
ing which the Government had offered.
V Usable. Warts Br la a Dew.
-The mtlltla Is doing a really valu-
able work, and la In good shape now
As Mr. Putnam pointed out. Governor
. Wuhycombe haa Interested himself
j greatly In the development of tha naval
. arm of tha state mtlltla. and went aa
' far aa Astoria with the Albany In the
way of an official expression of hie In
terest. lie haa said that no win oo ai
; ha can to assist tha organisation to
build up Into one of the best of Its
kind In the country.
This morning Mr. Putnam will re
. turn to Salem. In addition to visiting
tha exposition ha made a personal In
vestlgatlnn of certain phaaea of prison
administration of California's San Quen-
. tin penitentiary at the request of Gov
Sermon Thoughts From
of my Income to tha cauaa of
Cod and his work la tha world? First
because It la God's law. Second, be
rause I can thereby Increase my spir
This waa one of the thoughts found
. In the sermon of Rev. T. W. Lane, who
. preached yesterday morning at Cen
. tenary Church. His topic was "Ood's
Tenth How to Pay It."
-What constitutes my net Income,
upon which I am to pay the tltheT The
' cross Income minus tha expense of
carrying on the business.
-Do you mean that If I do this,
nine-tenths of my Income will go far
' ther than ten-tenths under other clr
: rumstancesT It is no longer a ques
. tlon. but a scientifically demonstrated
: fact, that men who obey the law of
the Sabbath, produce more and better
! by working only six-sevenths of the
time than do those who work seven
sevenths, or all of the time.
-The same God who can make that
true can lust as easily manage our
affairs ao that to those who obey his
law and do their duty, nine-tenths of
the Income will accomplish more than
ten-tenths for those who do not obey."
Likening those referred to by the
prophet Isaiah aa men who feed upon
.ashes unto the men with false stand
' arda today. Ilev. C. S. Johnson, pastor
of the laurel wood Congregational
: Church, aald In hla sermon yesterday:
-The prophet In speaking of htra who
ate ashes meant the men wno wor
shipped idols. Ashes have no food
value, and all mankind needs food.
Aa in the physical, so In the spiritual.
Man cannot sustain hla spiritual life
en the ashes of skepticism, fatalism
and indifference. In the daya of the
prophets some tried to satisfy their
snul hunger by worshiping laois.
Today many try to satisfy that
Hunger with quark theologies, quark
novels that presume to deal knowingly
with the things of God's kingdom, con
cerning which their authora know
nothing. The mouths of fools feed on
"The only place to find food for the
human soul is In the gospel of Jesus
The Fisherman's Secret of Surress
.ful Bait" waa Pr. J. J. Staub's theme
Jat the Sunnyside Congregational
t'hnrrh last night. He said:
-Fishing I an art In Itself. The
country boy discounts expensive equip
ment and puta his faith In the right
kind of halt.
-The great tearhcr of Galilee taught
hla dlsrlples how to convert their skill
te fishing from the realm of the mate
rial to that of the spiritual. The world
stands still smad at the simplicity
of their equipment. But their leader
taucnt them the use of a bait of
perennial success, that of personal In
fluence. .. -in John 1:42 we read of Andrew's
profitable use of 111) bait: 'And he
brought him to Jesus. The world
since then has wonderfully enlarged
-upon the lawa of teaching and preach
Ing. but the art of fishing aa prac
ticed by the disciples haa never be
jROTARIANS to hear rabbi
'Advertising Talks to Tie Made at
Luncheon Tomorrow Noon.
i. Rabbi Jonah R. Wise will be the
sneaker of the day at the luncheon of
the Rotary Club at the Benson Hotel
tomorrow noon. S. Slehel will be chair
man. The usual programme of adver
tising talks will be given before the
New committees that have been
named for the last half of the year are:
Membership, A. H. Prown. Phil Buebke,
K B. Cooke. O. K. Wllllman and F. W.
Robinson, and programme. R- H. Atkin
son. H. E. Judge. 8. C. Bratton, O. H.
Becker and W. D. Da Varney.
Chaplain Olson of the
I Naval Militia says:
"There was more
TT NCVEg CRABS"
' Seasickness in the
newspapers than on
PORTLAND. OREO. MULT. CO.. Aug. , 116.
SERVICE PLEA MADE
Rev. Mr. Liggett Calls Unself
ishness First Essential.
Stamps Given On Charge Accounts
If Paid in Full on or Before 10th of Each Month
-l Keeae Creae.-
Meae-ay. Aag. a, 1SI3.
DEAN COLLIN 4 Editor.
The scops of military opera
tions oa the eastern theater of
war has been referred to as stu
pendous by many authorities.
Including those ho predicted
a year o that the war would
change the map of Europe,
Tbe Crasrfl.b, asrees with
thse experts mat tbe scope of
ibe operatlona Is stupendous,
probably more atupeadous tbaa
we thought at first, la It are
tbe elements of generalship
that show Grand Duke Nich
olas to be a man ot large ideas.
If the dope of the local mili
tary experts la correct Ideas so
large In fact that Tbe Craw
flsa Is beginning to wonder IT
they may not become cramped
for space In time.
We have been told by vari
ous experts, among whom was
Doc li.lr.nl. we believe, that
the Kusslana were luring the
Germans oa when they began
their great movement from tut
It this Is the case, we feel
that Kussla la bow fully qual
ified to the championship title
as long-diatance endurance lur
era. fur tb.lr luring movement
still goes on and they still ap
pear to have left almost Inex
haustible resources for furtber
But we must remember that
the earth la a place of metea
The Crawfish vleara with ad
miration tbe scope of the Rus
sian generalship, especially be
cause we feel that we have dis
covered the reel objective of
the present luring campaign,
which Indicates a masterly
grasp of strategy that la even
more stupendous that the other
military experts coacelve.
The ultimate purpose of
Grand Tuke Nicholas, we be
lieve. In the light or present
developments. Is to lure the
German armies across Siberia
and Into British Columbia,
where they will perish miser
ably before they ran adapt
themselves to the traffic regu
lations la tbe aireeta of Van
to select hlra. as he both speaks " Theatrie Notes,
and understands the language Ed James and - other prom
tbere Inent movie magnates Inform
R. If. Cray, the pop. clothier, us that they wouldn't object to
returned from N. Y. the other seeing Mrs. E. B. Col we 11 de
day where he had been close leted from the censor board,
to the ear of the Imperial aa- which, th.y aver, she saya she
thorltlee apparently, for he pre- la. and tries to act the part,
dieted that Germany would sue The Rev Frank Gorman ele
for peace in November. vated the stage at The Empress
Hen Crooks, the pop. and w. last wk and. we undemand
fc ' , AiKn rolleee. Is may continue to do so. Frsnk
loonP7.Vpr4Vb"Alma'co?l,g': "Ll '".V ' hi.
In Mich, we understand. In all conr'e,Uo" tL ,.,. v.!
our experience with Crooks, ha fi'v"n
la tbe beet one we have known, thinks it s because they are
77. to aee him go. used to seeing him only on 8un
"raT,T JTT . ft.t wk dsy and It was a shock to them
vnrt; c;rnrln?1icuTr.h5 - oa'
.Sained' k,a.nb"e Ted Lenn" ton.urad
sprained theatric expert who assists
Frank Harwooa. tne w. a. j,ek Johnson In maintaining
virtuoso, was up from The standard of Pantages
Breakers the other ' day and a Jemande1 .nother
called us up. but he had drunk lo,T from u. for having aald
It before we got over to the tt h looked lfM ,lk, Omon
not,L , Jones than before. He said he
Clyde McMonlgle. the debon- hmd Mnt tna dippings to his
nalre photog. of our est. con- wlt to .how ner what we were
temp.. The Oregoolan. waa MyinB about him. and so, for
cranking up hla Ford tha other j,,r encouragement, we desire to
morning tn front of the build- Mr tnmt ns looks less like
fng. and Frank Gurth. tbe other 0nlon jones than he did last
deb. photog.. went right up and wk nd ,howa signs of fur- "
registered a kick to Mgr. Smith. tner lmpr0vement.
of the Art Dept. Insisting that ,
arose In her rath and licked the
stuffln out of both the squire
and her husband, and both of
em la still In bed at the Bunco
house. At the city drug
store may be found for sati
cheap 1 hound pup. what wl
make a good akwlrrel dog: awl.
so face, gun and bug powder
anu munay rencnea; uaewmys
sops and fishhooks and fly
papor. Turms csah open day
and nlte. e . Lza has gone
doun to Portland to attend
meeting of the Dish Washer
Ladles' Union, though she is not
a run member yet, mearly wont
ing on a permit from the Stalt
Board of Publlck Helth. But
her time of probation is up
Mundsy and aa the Union meats
Wensday Lisa will set In the
meeting. She will awlso take
part in the dish washing con
test for the champeenshlp of
Addison Bennett, spec cor.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Ed Stotesbury. of Philadel
phia, fcaturdared In Portland
and exchanged greetings with
the bo v a. He used to be In busi
ness with Mr. J. P. Morgsn In
New York, and we understand
be le still dolag welt.
Tom Ryan, another business
msn who. we understand, is
prominent la New York. Moa
dayed In our midst.
Herb satterlee. of New Tors,
waa here the other day and gave
several autbontatlve opinions ea
the course of future events, be
being a soa-la-law of the late
J. p. Morgaa. which makea hla
G Stanley Hail, ot bihiob.
was here last wk. and said that
he didn't altos-ether agree with
some of the opinions of W. Wll-
i. wbo used to go to scnooi
with him. which lets G. Stan
ley In on equal footing with
several of us.
Cap. Smith brought the Aus-
trallsa convtet ship Success'
Into Portland (or a visit in.
other dav. Tbe ship waa for
merly used as a "floating hell."
he said, and aa sucn uvea up to
Its nsme very effectively. Our
local establishments of that na
ture have the disadvantage tbat
they don't float.
riteve Morse is going baea to
Boston to be postal Inspector
sad K. 8. Myers, our genial post.
master, says It wss a wise IBlng
if Mse could have wneeia on o, Weekly Sermonette.
his crsflex it waa no fair for Tn R,v Corinthlans L Bett.
the other fellows to have to )n hu rmon yesterday, said,
keep on lugging their hoxea n part M follows:
around on assignmenta. "After Moses smote the rock,
H. G. Whlpp. the pop. and w. ta highly probable there were
k. basso cantante. left for Den- thoM among them that wanted
ver. Thur. telling ua that we , ut mtter, on the flow of
might put It in The Crawfish If w,ter ,tni arrange for alter-
we eared to, which we done. sprinkling day"
Our vital error in this esse waa .
.Uhr.ch"w.rf.aVCH1."S wiVhaV. RABBITVILLE NEWS.
Htnr biCk Hank StifeT-hTm with the
Rex Lampman badly worsted woddsn leeg. has got a Pritty
ua In an argument on single tax good Sunday Job for the bal-
the other day. we being hamp- lance of the hot whether. He
ered and distracted by tbe ef- stsrts ewery Sunday morning
fort of trying to argue and about daylite andydrlvea the
keep our tongue In the two Bunco House hogs over to Wil-
p laces where Doc Vaughn had ler Crick and lets 'em stand in
pulled our wisdom teeth at the the crick sevral bowers to let
same time. 'em soke up. aa ths hot whether .
James Barton Adams, of Van- haa warped 'em so they wont
couver. Tueedayed in our midst hold swill, see Tbesqulre had
and loaned us a book on poetrv. a phunny case last weak 1 day.
he being the Inventor of this A feller brung soot before him
art He Saturdayed In our for divorce f rum his wife. The
midst and ssld he would Tues- wife stood up In coart and told-
day in our midst this wk. and ed the squire It waa not Inside
we began to wonder If be was of his Juris Diction to try dl-
trying to keep an eye on that vorce cases. The squire lntl-
book. msted that she lyed. Then she
New Con temps. Loom.
Ths field of hebdomadal Jour
nalism has been congested still
further In the past two wks. by
the entrance of two more con
temps, into the field, end we
feel that the struggle for ex
Istence is becoming sharper
Tha Loganberry Enllghtener,
which haa arisen as a competi
tor of Geo. Baxter and the
Creswell Chronicle, haa gotten
out two editions thus far with
out missing Its weekly payroll.
although dt has changed editors
twice. If appears to be a Juicy
sheet snd we wish It well. We
feel that loganberries need en
lightenment, for we have found
In them a scandalous tendency
to eat up sugsr and rust out
tne lining or our stomsch.
Nearer home appears "The
Bill ot Exceptions" a septema
tntlnal publication designed for
consumption by the hirelings of
Multnomah Co., about tne
Courthouse. T. Gerber, who
with Joe Shanedllng Is editing
it. saya It haa met with great
succeaa thus far. The Initial
edition will be off the press
J. Cochran, tha right bower
ef Cupid In Jno. Coffeys of
fice, hss his nsme down as the
first constant reader and Mose
Bloch and Walt Evans and
Rufa Holman and others aspire
to the same honor, we under
TICK'S BACK OS THE JOB AGAIN.
FIFTY WEEKS AGO TO
DAY. J. C. Alnaworth and some of
th boys stayed up- to se the
circus train come In.
Joe Knowles, the w. k. Adam
of Southern Ore son's wilds, was
tn town but took no chances on
trying- to pick up a living as he
had in the woods.
The Rosaiisns had a picnic at
Bonneville and g;ot grass stains
on their white pants.
Rain was still needed.
Clark Letter was congratu
lated on getting out of tne
newspaper came aud Horace
Thomas was congratulated on
getting- in deeper.
Col. c. E- S. Wood got back
from San Fran, in time to tell
the U. 8. Industrial Relations
Commission tbat he was an an
archist, a fact which had been
locally known for some time.
Mgr. Plerong had an Indian
on the Empress show for a wk.,
and said that ha had discovered
some thing about the artistic
temperament he didn't know be
fore. John Folen, majordomo at
the Press Club, said that his
Idea of vocational sero waa to
be press agent for the Russian
Army st that time. f Editor's
note: It still Is, It seems.)
TARS WILL BE HONOREDiI
f-n AMBER OF COMMERCE PL..
RECEPTION FOR OREGOX BOYS.
Winning at Record la Cannery
Rewarded Adjatant-tieaeral White
Pralsea Cltlscn Sailors.
Some form of reception or special
entertainment in recognition of the
work of tha Oregon Naval Militia,
which captured the record for gunnery
Saturday, is planned by the Chamoer
ef Commerce, and Prealdent C. C. Colt
announced yesterday that he wouW
take up at once with tha executive
board the matter of arranging for this.
The cruiser Albany, returning with
tha Naval Militia, is due this afternoon.
and It may not be possible to arrange
anything more thai the merest Im
promptu reception to the champions
when they reach here at that time. It
will probably be arranged to hold a
more formal reception in compumeni
to the members of the organisation in
he near future.
-The members of the Oregon Naval
Militia are certainly entitled to credit
for the enthusiastic and willing work
that ther have done, not only on this
cruise, but In preparation for it. aald
Adjutant-Oeneral ueorge A. nite yes
terdav. "The organisation has been do
veloolnr under many difficulties, and
n spite of these haa lifted Itself to a
place at the head of the Naval Militia
of the Northwest.
I am sure some formal recognition
from the business men of Portland
would encourage the men and would
have a beneficial effect on the growth
of the organisation In the future.'
AIR PREMIUM LIST OUT
Rale of Columbia River Interstate
Kzhlbltlon Alao Given.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Aug. 8 (Spe
cial.) The premium list for the Co-
umbia River Interatate Fair haa been
printed and la now being mailed out
by Charles A. Watts, fair manager. The
book contains 200 pagea and includea
rules to be observed by exhibitors.
Publication of the list had been de
layed, but farmers and other exhibitors
bad knowledge of the premiums.
Assistant Forrerter Makes. Trip.
Charlea H. Flory. aaaiatant dlatrict
foreater. left Saturday night for Eaatern
Oregon on a 10 days' Inspection tour.
While in Eastern Oregon Mr. Flory will
islt many of tha rangers and perfect.
as far as possible, tbe flre-flghtlng or-
gsnlsatton. While In Bsker Mr. Flory
A Social. Fraternal. Beneficial So
ciety for man and women. Four
plana of Inaurance baaed upon ade
quate ratea. and backed by a sur
plus of nearly ear million dollars.
30 lodgea In Portland. Over 11.0'W
membera In Oregon. Let ua tell
you about It- Phone Mala 1220
C. U M'KKXXa.
521 Beck It lag, PortlaaeV Ot.
that town on the methods adopted for
GREAT CITED AS EXAMPLES
Christ's Sacrifice Declared to Point
Way for Followers Who Would
Find Life for Themselves by
Devotion to Others.
Rev. George Armstrong Liggett, of
Springfield, N. J., occupied the pulpit
of the Westminster Presbyterian
church yesterday morning in the ab
sence of the regular pastor. Rev.
Taking as a text "He saves others,
himself he cannot save," Rev. Mr.
Liggett pointed out that in those
seven words are found the secret of
Christ's greatness. "The fact that
Christ worked among the lame. halt,
blind and leprous and cured them and
Vw-.. 'SVN9ve ;wMWi!;'VW'?
i nri Sk--. '
V ' rlf. ' .SaSrT
Rev. George Alexander LJgsrett,
of Springfield,, '. . J., Who
Preached at Westminster Prea
byterlaa Church Yeaterday.
was unable to save himself from the
wrath of his accusers is the funda
mental truth of the Christian religion,"
said Rev. Mr. Liggett.
"People ponder," he continued, "why
Christianity has not made more ad
vancement In the last few centuries
than it has. It is because there are
too many who merely taste religion
without losing their own identities in
their labors for others.
Selflahneaa Mnat Be Forgotten.
"The man who tries to save others
and himself also cannot succeed. All
the noble Christians of history have
been workers for humanity. The rea
son why Abraham Lincoln is so loved
by the people of the United Stales is
because he forgot his own interests in
his struggle to do for others what
would give them the greatest happiness.
'Not only is self-subjection the
secret of religion. It is the secret of
all art. We discover that there has
never been an actor who was the equal
of Booth In the delineation of Shake-
Olds, Wortman & King
The Satisfactory Store"
Summer Models Sell'
trig Heretofore Up to
$35.00 Priced Special
Garment Salons, Second Floor Great
Disposal Sale of Women's Suits, Coats
and Dresses broken lines remaining
after the season's active selling. Not
more than one or two of a style. THE
SUITS are shown in many of the
best styles plain tailored, novelty
belted models and dressy cuts in
3ilk poplins, serges, tweeds, gab
ardines, homespuns, etc. THE
COATS are in the latest Sum
mer models, in loose back and
belted styles. Materials include
jheviots, tweeds, poplins, gabar-
dines, golf ine, etc., in good range
of colors. THE DRESSES are of silk taffetas, crepe de chine, silk
poplins and light-weight serges, also of tub fabrics, voiles, crepes,
etc. Daintiest of styles, trimmed with laces, flounces, ruffles, etc.
Coats, Suits and Dresses selling earlier in the sea- C T (If)
son at prices ranging up to ?35. Your choice today P -
Grocery Dept., 4th Floor
Grocery Department, Fourth Floor We have just made our last
big purchase of old-wheat Flour. Makes much better bread
than flour made from new crop. Today we offer our qJ CZfk
"OWK," "Crown" or "Olympic" brands, 49-lb. sack VJ''i'v
spearian characters because there
never has been another who could so
far discard his own personality and
live the lives of the characters he por
trayed. The greatest singers forget
themselves and are carried away by
the enthusiasm and the mystery of the
realms they attain.
JService Held Solution.
"The man of Influence and power
rarely gets it by going out in search
of it. The man of health is not the
man who is always reading books on
health and going from one sanitarium
to another in search of health. We do
not gain happiness by going out and
looking for it. Who ever heard of a
man starting out in the morning say,
I will be happy today,' and accom
plish his purpose?
"We can only find life by giving
away our own lives. Service is what
Christianity means. It is not the
Christian who says, 'What can I get
out of going to this or that church
good will I be able to put into the
service by attending?" "
Cigarettes Cause Loss In Tons of Hay
GRESHAM, Or., Aug. 8 (Special.)
Fire destroyed a barn containing
about 20 tons of hay and considerable
bedding and a tent belonging to Mrs.
E. M. Douglass. The fire was caused
by boys smoking cigarettes in the
barn. The barn was of little value, but
the lose of the hay will make it hard
for Mrs. Douglass during the coming
Winter. The barn was not insured.
Dance for Karl Gulott Arranged.
PENDLETON, Or.. Aug. 8. (Special.)
One of the biggest dances ever held
here is being arranged for tomorrow
night, when professional friends of
Karl Gulott, the blind musician,
whose sight was strangely restored
wk will hold a dance for his
benefit. Many hundred tickets have
What been sold.
f rts mi. ssv. mtln t cava
KtarVlfTK : 1 II M V- ill Ifllloll
INFORMATION FOR TOURISTS
Mountain. River and Beach Resorts
Where to Take a Short Trip Out of Portland -
Herewith is a list of short trips in and about Portland. If you are in doubt about any point, or tn trip
irmi ho 17 a haavA oknuf ic rtf manKnno Viovo .oil orrU Tnfnvmctinn R 11 VP HI! fif the Chamber 01 UOmmerCe
; v v auuuv o uui luuiuuutu v9 v.- celt b xiu.vi vv ' 1 Jl K '1Tnn t
or phone themBell Phone, Broadway 440 or Automatic A 6091. Information will gladly be giveru
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Oregonian asks the names and addresses of tourists for publication. Enclose your business card witn
name of your party to Summer .Resort Dept., The Oregonian, Portland.
teekyarda and Packlas Pleat
Largest plant wast of the Klaala
alppl River. Located oa Columbia
Slough within 40 minutes' ride of
Broadway and Washington atreeta.
Take Kenton cars on Waahlngton
street at Fifth. Sixth and Broadway
atreeta to Kenton. Fare i centa.
Take Kenton Traction Company cars
at Kenton to Packing Plant and
Etockyarda. Far a centa Visitors
admitted dally except Sundays.
Feataaala Park liakra Gardeaa
A city park and well worth a trip.
Take St. Johns or Kenton car.
Maafelastea It, at Tcata.
Best Food Served at
Lowest Possible Cost
Amid Homelike Surrounding.
CATIHO CAPACITY 43a,
MOUNT HOOD REPORTS.
dead Cap laa la a delightful re
treat, 000 feet above sea level, on a
sheltered spur of the very mountain
itself, and la located just at the
upper edge of tha timber Una.
The trip to the Inn usually la made
by raU to Hood River and thence' by
stage. The round-trip rate. Includ
ing all traveling expenaes. Is $1J.B0.
Service begins July 1 and continues
to September 16.
Electrlo car Una to Boring. 84
miles; automobile to Welch's. Rho
dodendron and Tawney'-, round trip
from Portland. I7.TS. Sam aa above
- with horae ataga all tha way, S.7a.
Welch. Rhadodeadraa Taw
Bey's are located on tha south side
of the mountain. Automobile from
Portland to either resort, round trip,
each IS. Oregonian on sale at these
Tfc Oak tae Coney Island at tha
Weat Every form of entertain
ment and accommodation for tour
ists. Orchestral and band concerts,
prima donna and muaical comedy
company every afternoon and night
In tha open-air theater. Perform
ance free. Admission to park 19
centa Reached by express special
Oak train (far 6 cents), from
First and Alder; or by launch (1
cents), from Morrison-street Bridge.
SPLENDID RIVER TRIP
O.-W. R. N. 6tmr "Rimlo"
To Xelr and return in qd day.
200-MILE RIDE $2.00
Leave Ash-street Dock 1:10 A. M.
Mondays to Fridays. Inclusive.
Tleketa at tha Dock or
City Ticket Olflce, Washington at Third.
A 4)11. Broadway 460.
Parka Washington Park, head ot
Washington street, with small loo
and aviary. Take any car- west on
Washington street excepting Six
' teenth; fare 6 cents. Celebrated
statue, "Coming of the White Man."
also "Sacajawea." Excellent view
of tbe city.
COLUMBIA RIVER HIGHWAY
A scenic drlv of rare beauty,
built along the south shore of th
Columbia River, a distance of more
than 40 miles from Portland. A
series of remarkable waterfalls,
rugged peaka and deep canyons are
among the attractions.
Eatacada, Casadero, Bnll Ran cars
leave First and Alder every four
hours, daily and Sunday, every hour
as far as Gresham. Good points for
HAYDEN LAKE SPOICANE
For change and rest and the bracing elr of the highlands, visit the retreats
amidst Spokane's iirty xurqaoue uute. Biop over on your .
1 HHODOnEVDORN HOTEL 1
47 Miles n at Mat Hsod Aata Bead,
Tbe finest mountain resort in Ore
gon. Dally ratsa $3. weekly 412.30 and
up. Special rates to families tor tha
Summer months. Ssddle horses, lawa
tennla, croquot, ftasst flsnlag aad
hunting grounds. Our own dalrv, poul
try aad garden truck. Xlsctrle flshc,
telephone. For dally auto stasaa,
phone Msln 4956, East 134 or K. 84S.
Kaall lima set U. Pro-. Hows. Oragaav
Oldeat resort In th Mount Hood
dlatrict. Good water, airy bunga
lows, excellent cuisine, hunting,
fishing, horseback riding, etc
Rates. 12 per day, $10 per week.
W. E. WELCH. Pre.
Welch's P. (X, Ore.
UT. HOOD AUTO STAGES
Dally to Mount Hood laaorta A. at.
Round trip ; Gov. Camp fT.frO.
special ratsa or week-end and el.mb.
Ins partlea. Information, reservations
and tlrk.ta at
KorTLnx;B srrn floral
las Id IH. Mala aM, A aSIL
Or Irvlaaton Uaraaa, xtast 13a.
Tellowstoaa Park Tear 2JW
Complete aatisfsction guaranteed
or money refunded. You can pay
more but cannot get better serv
ice. Buy ticket at Salt Lake,
Ogden, Pocatello or Yellowstone
OLD FAITHFUL PERMANENT
TBnanii rfi i ii ii r t
Itest-riDtive mailer on request. . tlevation 24i feet.
On the shore of an exquisite mountain lake and reached from Spokane by
the Spokane A Inland Empire Railroad s parlor-car electric trains. BOZANTA
TAVERN establlshed several years) offers most charming environment to those
appreciating ths natural beany of mountains and lakes, and the exhilarating
air of higher altitudes, especially beneficial to valley Inhabitants. BOZANTA
TAVEPN is a transplanted bit of Switzerland. A fine 18-hole golf course, four
professional tennis courts, boating, bathing and mountain trail climbing are pas
times. The lake has always been noted for its big. gamey cut-throat trout. Boss
also have become plentiful in the bays.
Bozanta Tavern is reached from Spokane by the Inland Empire Railroad,
throuKh tickets being purchasable over the -ortb Bank Road, Great Northern
' Th'tavern0 is operated on the American plan, with log cabins and house
tents In connection. Rates. $3.00 per day and upward. Illustrated folder upon
5th and Stark
PORTLAND AND VICINITY
Ask the Man at
First apd Alder
Marshall 5100, A 6131
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& POWER CO.
Safety at All Time
Mt. Hood Auto Line
calls and delivers to any part of
city, day or night, to Mount Hood
reBorta. Round trip, fa; Govern
ment Camp, 17.50.
Phones, Main 831, or A 233L
SOL DUC HOT SPRINGS
the greatest health and pleasure
resort on the Paciflo Coast, in th
heart of the Olympic Mountains,
open for tbe season. For full
The Manager, Sol Dae. Wash.
TAWNEY'S MOUNTAIN HOME.
Formerly Uaoldlag'a Hotel.
Ideal spot. Hunting, fishing, camp
ing privileges, saddle horses, home
cooking, etc. (2 per day, f 10 per
week. Sunday chicken dinner, 76c.
Large independent bungalows for
those who prefer them.
F. H-Tawaey, Prop.. W elch's P. O., or.