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TTTT MORTSTXCr OREGONIAN. rRTPAT. AUGUST 13. 1915.
WORK Oil DEFENSE
PUS IS OUTLINED
Daniels, After Conference at
White House, Hints at Big
GARRISON ALSO IS BUSY
Army nirt Is Well Advanced and
Jlajor- General CoethaU Will
Give pe-UI Attention to
Prepared nea of Canal.
WASHINGTON. Au(. 1J, Preliminary
work ea his plans for strengthening
th National defensea was begun by
President Wilson Immediately after bis
return today from Cornish. X. H. Sec
retary Daniels gave, th President tha
v.n.ral outline of orooosala lor Improv
inr tha Ntt. and arrangements were
made for aa early conference with Sec
retary Garrison regarding the Army,
tt ..iii at tha Whlta House th
the President would take steps aa soon
aa possible for securing tha material
necessary to present a complete and
comprehensive plan to Com resa In De
cern be r.
,liHr rJefewaea neetded Oa.
He already haa decided that the de
fensea of the Nation should be strength
i will determine on detail
after conferences with the bead of the
War and Navy Departmenta and t.n
-i-1 .k. miutarv and naval af
. II UWU W .WW "
faira rommlttM of th Senate and
House. Then he will take up the quee
tlon of providing the money necessary
I .. avnanaaa.
Mr. Wilson strongly desires to fl on
a programme which will meet th ap
proval of not only tn innri n
1S1K1..1 km af rnnrrtu. and ha hopes
that politics will have no part in th
consideration of tne euojecv.
. rw .1.1. tit not comDleted
mrfici; - -
today th formal report prepared by
th general board and advisory council
f the Navy Department, for which-th
President called Just before leaving for
rornish. He will be at th Whit
Hons again Monday for further ols
cuselon of the subject and will put th
Bnlshlnc touches to his formal report
after that meeting.
While Mr. Daniel would not discuss
what he bad told th President about
th need of the Navy, he Indicated
that the bulidlnc programme would In
clude a striking Increase In submarines.
11 would not confirm reports that he
would rarommend th building of four
(.aelhala Report a CaaaL
Secretary Oarrisoa haa his report on
tha Army well advanced. A special
board of officer haa been studying the
situation from all angles for aeveral
months, and Major-Oeneral Goethals
has prepared a special report on the
defenses of th Panama Canal
Th President devoted much time to
the study of National defenses while at
oral eh, and wa In communication
frequently with Secretaries Daniels and
ADMIRAL CHGES PREPARATION
Commerce Will Continue to Cause
Wars, Declares rullam.
PAX FRANCISCO. Aug. 1J. (Spe
cial.) "The policy of unpreparedness
Is a dangerous one for us to perpetuate.-
said Rear-Admiral William K.
Fullam, V. H. N commanding th Naval
Academy practice squadron riding at
anchor off tha exposition grounds. In
the court of a talk be gav today at
tha weekly luncheon of the San Fran
cisco Commercial Club, lie was the
guest of honor.
Admiral Kullem said that the Govern
ment In the last years had apent
mora nvney on pensions than on th
Navy. Whtl not opposing the pension
system, b advocated being prepared
from a naval and military standpoint
to prevent wars whlrh cause pensions,
thereby eliminating th cause.
-Th fear of militarism la th bug
bear of th Nation." continued th Ad
miral. "Commerce haa caused war In
tha past and it is going to continue to
be the causa of war.
He appealed to th buslna man of
th country that they advocate the
earn bualnesa methods b used In tha
administration of tha Army and Navy
as they us la their own business.
ganlsatlona which th Sons of tha
American Revolution criticised at the
recent session In Portland. Ita chief
purpose are. according to Mrs. An
drews: 1. To acquaint tha teachers of the
United Slates with the movement for
promoting a fuller acquaintance and
better understanding among the peo
ples of different nations.
3. To prepare material which will
enable teachers to make appropriate
application to the specific work of the
L To secure the Interest of teachers
In all countries In tha movement for
International co-operation, so that the
coming generations of all nations may
be trained simultaneously to recognise
the efficiency of juuiciai ana legis
lative measures in the constantly In
creasing situations among th nations
of the world.
Tha leaa-u was organized in 1901 and
haa won for Itself a place among the
educational public In America and
Europe. It has brancnea in pracucauy
every state in tne union anu oners an
.ml neace prise for essay, th con
testa being open to students all over
CRUISER LOSS ADMITTED
141 or INDIA'S CREW ARK SAVED
MOOSE DIVIDED Oil
TIMING OF RETURN
EASTLAND RAISING PUT OFF
Task Delayed Bevaaso of Difficulty
of Working In Dark.
CHICAGO. Auc 12. After, prepara
tions had been made t" pump out the
steamship Eastland, in th capsizing of
which almost ISO persons lost their
lives, th work waa postponed tonight
until early tomorrow becaus of th
difficulty under which divers would
have to work la th dark. Th boat waa
raised about two feet at th forward
nd whea th chang la programm
wa decided On.
To prevent bodies which might have
been caught nnder the boat from float
leg away, a net waa placed across the
SMYRNA TOWN BOMBARDED
British Aeroplane and Destroyer
Make Attack o& Coast.
PARIS. Aug. 11 A dispatch to tha
Havaa News Agency from Athena aaya
it haa been learned from Myttlen that
British aeroplane bombarded Zagagta.
near Smyrna, yesterday, destroying the
barracks, tha telephone offices and
A destroyer, which followed Ui aero
planes, also bombarded th city. In
which there were said to be a large
number of victims. Th Governor of
fmyrna, fearing an attack, sent SOOe
men to reinforce the coast defense
troops, tha dispatch adds.
The Turka are constructing new
works about Smyrna and large-callbar
rannoo hav been placed along th
Smyrna-Skala Vourla road.
PEACE W0MAN IS VISITOR
3Ir. Fannie fVrn Andrews, of School
a$tM. Is t'Ji Route to Fair.
Mrs. Fannie Fern Andrew, of Bos
ton. Mss secretary of the American
School Peace League, accompanied by
her husband, spent several hours In the
rlty whtl on her way to attend the
meeting of the National Educational
Association at San Francisco. Mrs.
Andrews ia the active spirit of the
School Peace Lesgue. . one of the or-
Captain aad M Men Laad la Chrtatlaala
aad May B latcraed Dead
Barted With Hsr
LONDON. Aug. IS. An official com
munication Issued tonight announces
that th British auxiliary cruiser India,
whil engaged in patrol duty la tha
North Sea August 9. waa torpedoed
and sunk by a German submarine.
The announcement adds that SS offl
cers aad 11 men of tha India were
CHRISTIANIA." via London. Aug. IS.
Captain William Kennedy, of tha
British auxiliary cruiser India, who waa
on tha bridge of hi ship when she
was torpedoed by a German submarine
in th North Sea Auguat . waa among
the members of the crew who were
landed her. Soma of th rescued wer
taken from a raft, where they stood,
Th bodies of 11 sailors who perished
wer buried today with military hon
ors When the bodies were brought
ashore they wer taken to a chapel,
where they war placed ' in caskets,
each of which waa covered with the
The natives are showing much eym
pathy for the British sailors, who have
been taken to private houses, where
they are being provided for. No deci
sion haa yet been reached aa to wheth
er they will b interued ber until the
conclusion of the war.
A iHiMlith fmn. n-rlln last TnM.
day. coming by wireless to Say vl lie.
N. X.. announces mat tn inaia
ia.mJiujI Aff tha NorvHlia coast
and that members of her crew were
saved by the Swedish steamer Goeste
land. It was added that the attack on
the vessel occurred north of Bodge.
while the India was entering jtestioro.
EGG LABEL ACT FOUGHT
BAKERS TO TEST LAW AFFECTING
rntery Asss elation I Isser Ar
rest and BOO Cases Are Crswlag
Old Pradlaar Oatcosse.
SAN FRANCISCO. Ausr. IS. (Spe
cial.) To teat th constitutionality of
a recent act of th Legislature pro
hibiting the sale of eggs Imported into
this country unless so labeled and re
quiring the dealer to announce the fact
that he sells Chines or other Imported
eggs by a sign six feet long with letters
a foot high, attorneya obtained a writ
of habeas corpus from Superior Judge
Sturtevant for tha r el ess of William
M. Foley, secretary of the California
State Master Bakers' Association and
tha Retail Bakers' Association, who
was convicted in the Police Court and
sentenced to five days In the county
Jail, or to pay a fine of IS. The writ
will be heard Tuesday.
Mr. Foley. It la alleged. Imported
from Vancouver. B. C 004 cases of
exes, each case containing 3( dozen
eggs. Owing to the stringent terms of
the new act dealers are chary about
handling Imported eggs, - Mr. Foley's
attorneya say. and for that reason the
goods are spoiling In th warehouse.
Th new act. which went Into effect
last Monday, is unconstitutional, it la
alleged, and Mr. Foley, representing
bakers and other dealers. Intends to
test Its validity. Unless quick action Is
obtained 2.1SO.000 eggs now tn storage
will become worthless.
FUND DENIED DETECTIVES
Clackamas Refuses to Pay for
OREGON CITT. Or, Aug. 13. Spe-
claL) Clackamas County Is not will
ing to give financial assistance to L. O.
Colonel's Nephew Accuses
jerkins of Delaying Enrol
ment to 'Make Terms.'
T. R. BELIEVED MISLED
SOMETHING TO REMEMBER
The closing hour for accept
in; want ads for Sunday's Ore
fronian is 7:30 o'clock Saturday
evening. On all other evenings
ads will be accepted until 9
ktcKlnny and George A. Tnaeher. who
say they are Investigating tha Hill nor-
uer mystery, and thia week turned
down the MrKlnny plea for money. It
MrKlnny came to Oregon Cltr Tuea-
day and asked District Attorney Hedges
tor financial neip from the county. Mr.
Hedgea took McKlnny to the County
Court and. after a quiet conference,
the request waa refused.
At the Instance of Thacher and Mc
Klnny. Frederick Alexander, also
known aa Kdward Ramsey, waa arrest
ed near Mllwaukle and ia now held
In the county Jail pending the outcome
of their Investigations Into tha Arden-
GRAIN SEPARATOR BURNED
Threshing Outfit at 11. D. Stott Farm
at iaton Is Destroyed.
GASTON. Or.. Aug. IS. (Special.)
Word haa Just been received of tha de
struction by fir of the threshing ma
chine separator owned and operated by
H. D. StotL at bis farm near Gaston.
He had overhauled It during the even
ing and left It about 10 o'clock. In
tending to make an early start next
morning to thresh on a neighboring
farm. When they went out tha nxt
morning th aeparator was entirely de
stroyed. It Is aupposed that the fire waa
rauaed by a spark from the engine.
Mr. Stott haa ordered another sep
arator. There was no Insurance.
Desire to Present Vnited Front
Against Democrats in Contest
to Restore Protective
Tariff Is Increasing.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington. Aug. IS. Not all Is harmony in
the Progressive ranks. This waa clear
ly Illustrated In New Tork soon after
Colonel Roosevelt, returning from tne
Pacific Coast, announced his intention
of "enrolling" aa a Progressive. No
sooner had thla declaration been pub
lished than Douslu Robinson, nephew
of the Colonel and state chairman of
the Progressive party, accused George
W. Perkins of having misled the Colo
nel regarding sentiment smong the
New York members of tne tnira party.
Mr. Robinson left no doubt of his In
tention to get back to hi old moor
ings. Mora significant still. Mr. Robinson
let It be known that there Is friction
within the Progressive rsnks between
Perkins on the one hand and Progres
sives who want a united oppoaitlon to
fight the Democrats next year.
Perkla Talk f Tei-ma."
-Mr. Perklna himself saya to the In
siders that though he does not consider
this the time to enroll aa Republicans
next year Is the time when better terms
can be made." he adds significantly.
If Douglas Robinson correctly quoted
Mr. Perkins it would appear that even
Perklna contemplatea going back to
the Republican party, provided be can
"make terms." which probably means
provided he can obtain recognition in
the Republican ranka somewhat equal
to the rank he held in the Progressive
party In ISIS.
The New York muddle seems to indi
cate that most of the remaining Pro
gressives Intend, when the time comes,
to ' swing back Into the Republican
party, but there la difference of opin
ion among them aa to when they should
swing. Men like Douglas Robinson
seem to believe the present is the time;
Perkins and hia followers want to hold
out until about the time of the Na
tional convention and then attempt to
Barak's A art re Justified.
The Idea seems to be gaining ground
In Progressive ranks that after all
Senator Borah waa right at Chicago
three yeara ago when he counseled
against a bolt, and advised the pro
gressive Republicans to stay with the
party and gradually build up strength
until In the end they could dominate.
When the Chicago convention waa held
the two wings of the party were seem-
Inar about euuslly divided; at least, the
division In the convention was nearly
equal. The Taft men had only a slight
majority and in the end would have
compromised on any candidate but
There is much talk today that the
Progressives should go back to the Re
uubllcan party and unlte'wlth the pro
gressive Republicana who never bolted.
In an errort to reorganize tne party on
progressive lines and with a progres
sive, but Republican, platform.
Above and beyond alt else. I'rogres-
slves. like Republicans, want to return
to a protective tariff. They want a re
turn of prosperity and they all realize
that before this can betacco'mvllshed
the Democratic party must be brought
face to face with a united opposition;
Heard at the Golf Links,
Detroit Free Press.
Dont be so impatient. George. Job
bad patience." "Job. by dear, never
tried to teach his wife to play golf.
FALL suits are
now on dis
the very latest
New York styles
You'll be interested in
the new weaves and
They possess every at
tribute of refinement
and good taste; and,
added to that, they are
Morrison at Fourth
THRIFT IS ADVISED
Addition to Study Course in
FUTURE IS CONSIDERED
Tcaclilng of Children, Says Speaker
Before Congress for Thrift, Can
Be Made Interesting- and
Will Leave Impression.
SAX FRANCISCO. Aug. 11. The first
attempt ever made to introduce the
teaching of thrift as a part of the cur
riculum of American schools was the
result of the early sessions of the In
ternational Congress for Thrift which
Is being held at the Panama-Pacific
A committee wss appointed to con
fer with the National Education Asso
ciation, which is to hold a convention
here nezt week, with a view to seek
ing their co-operation and to consider
various plans with a view of working
out some programme In this direction.
This co-operation has been promised.
Thrift Necessary Safeguard.
The opening address of S. W. Straus,
of Chicago, president of the American
Congress for Thrift, contained this
recommendation, which was at once
acted oh. He said:
"Owing to the prodigious waste
abroad and the wilful extravagance
which has been in existence at home
for generations, America rapidly is
reaching a place where Its citizens
must become thrifty as a saieguara
against adverse circumstances. The
only way we can lay a solid founda
tion for the future is through the child.
Teach the child thrift today and to
morrow we will have a thrifty Nation.
Childhood Habits Strong.
"Thrift should be taught in the
schools of this country. The habits
formed in childhood are the strongest
elements in after life. Thrift teachings
in the schools can be made interesting
and the child naturally will carry its
lessons home to its parents."
Admiral C. S. Pond, U. S. N said that
the Navy was the greatest of all
schools for learning thrift "Thrift is
the one big thing for the sailor," he
said. "The sailor who is not thrifty
during the years of his service finds
himself In a bad predicament when he
leaves the Navy."
David Starr Jordan, chancellor of
Stanford University, spoke on the
philosophy of thrift.
Designation of the Sunday preceding
Labor day each year as "Thrift day"
was asked of President Wilson and
Governors of states in resolutions
passed by the congress. Labor organi
zations, tt was said, have promised to
Only two per cent of Americans are
Independent of a daily income, it was
alri hv S. W. Straus, of Chicago, presi
dent of the American Society for Thrift.
He said 66 per cent of the people who
die in this country leave no estates and
97 per cent of Americans at the age of
60 are partly or wholly dependent on
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-J This $15 model is a genuine Victrola only smaller
than the wonderful original it will fit in a suit case
or grip no cumbersome horn to bother with. Just
the thing to take to
the Summer camp
or country cottage.
You'll dance just as
much in the country
as you did in the
city. This little Vic
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get tired will play
rk rur rJanrft rime.
J And besides, the Victrola is the. greatest Summer
time entertainer you and your visitors can listen to
bands, great singers, popular songs and comedians. It
will fill in, offering a world of entertainment during
otherwise dull moments.
Victrola $15 to $250 Easy Terms
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VICTROLA8 AND ALL THE RECORDS
Sixth and Morrison, Portland, Or.
HOP CROP IS SHORT
Latest Estimate Is Below
600 FIELDS ARE INSPECTED
Colonel Pope Delayed.
Colonel George A. Pope, president,
and James A. Emery, general counsel
for the National Manufacturers' Asso
ciation, will not reach Portland Sunday
morning, as scheduled, due to the Ill
ness of Colonel Pope. Instead, they
will arrive Monday morning. The trip
planned for them over the Columbia
if i r.ti.i'.ff nrA i4lnnr nt thn Automo
bile Club on Sunday have been dropped.
They will De guests ot nonor at -an
informal dinner at the Chamber of
Commerce Monday night at 7 o'clock.
Th- Tiinrtnn fonr.lv Council has derided
to commemorate th- residence of Lrd IJster
in Lonnin. n y planum mruivn., " " - -the
houne, 12 Park crescent. Marlebone road.
J. Ii. Clark, of Oregon Growers' As
sociation, Say Many Yards
Are Ruined by Mould
s-pTJT-vrJirTKT.T) Or. Aur. 12. (Spe
cial.) The Oregon hop crop for 1915,
which has Deen variously estimated at
from 140,000 to 160,000 bales, will be
less than 100,000 bales, according to
J. L. Clark, -vice-president of the Ore
gon Hop growers' Association,' who this
afternoon completed an inspection of
600 hop fields, representing the greater
part of hop acreage in Oregon. He
has traveled 600 miles since Saturday,
and has been able to form an accurate
estimate of the crop.
Vermin and mould have entered the
yards of the Middle Willamette Valley
counties and in many cases have
wrought so much damage that .the
yards will not be- picked at all. In
the vicinity of St. Paul, Mount Angel,
Silverton and Yamhill, the greatest
damage has been wrought and the
crop in this territory will be 75 per
cent short, according to Mr. Clark's
Aurora the crop will be fair, with fields
of superior hops to offset any damage
there may be by mould. In Lane
County there has been little damage
done and the crop will be approxi
mately the same as it was last year.
Failure to spray at the proper time,
following a period o cloudy and rainy
weather, is ascribed by Mr. Clark as
the cause of the damage.
On Tuesday Mr. Clark. W. H. Brothy
and C. G. Coad, as a committee of the
Hopgrowers" Association, visited 7
yards in the Lower Valley and found
that in 51 of these there would be no
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INFORMATION FOR TOURIST!
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 the trip
you have heard about is not mentioned here, call at the Iiiformation Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce
or phone them-Bell Phone, Broadway 440 or Automatic, A 6091. Information w Mffj1
Literature of interesting points furnished Time Cards, Beach and Mountain Resort literature. lh.
Oregonian asks the names and addresses of tourists for publication. Enclose your business card with
name of your party to Summer Resort Dept., The Oregonian, Portland.
Fealaaala Pars ken Gardeaa
A city park and well worth a trip.
Take St. Johns or Kenton car.
Ueahlaslna C at Teat.
Best Food Served at
Lowest Possible Cost
Amid Homelike Surroundings
katixo CAPAcrrr sa.
MOUNT HOOD RESORTS,
Claad Cap Ian la a delightful re
treat. (300 teat above aea level, on a
sheltered apur of tha very mountain
Itself, and la located Just at tha
npper edge Of the timber Una.
The trip to the Inn usually la made
by rail to Hood River and thence by
stage. The round-trip rata, Includ
ing all traveling expenses, la fill.
Service begins July I and contlnnea
to September la.
Parka Washington Park, head of
Washington street, with small soo
and aviary. Take any car. west oa
Washington street excepting Slav
teanth; fare t cents. Celebrated
statue. "Coming of tha White Man,"
also "Sacajawea." Excellent view
of the city.
COLUMBIA RIVER HIGHWAY
A acenlo drlva of rare beauty,
built alone tha south abora of tha
Columbia Klver, a distance of more
than 40 mllea from Portland. A
series of remarkable waterfaila,
rugged peaka and deep canyons are
among tha attractions
Stockyards aad Pecking Plant
Largest plant west of the Missis
sippi River. Located on Columbia
Slough within 40 minutes' ride of
Broadway and Washington streets.
Take Kenton cars on Washington
street at Fifth. Sixth and Broadway
atraeta to Kenton. Fare fc centa.
Take Kenton Traction Company cars
at Kenton to Packing Plant and
Stockyards. Fare 6 cents. Visitors
admitted dally except Sundaya.
The Oaks (the Coney Island of the
West) Every form of entertain
ment and accommodation tor tour
ists. Orchestral and band concerts,
prima donna and musical comedy
company every afternoon and night
In the open-air theater. Perform
ances free. Admission to park 10
centa. Aeacbed by axpresa special
Oaks train (faro t centa). from
first and Alder; or by launch (10
cents), from Morrison-street Bridge,
Welck'a. Rbadodeadroa aad Taw
aey'a are located on the south side
of the mountain. Automobile from
Portland to either resort, round trip,
each IS. Oregonian on aala at these
Electrlo carllne to Boring, S4
miles; automobile to Welch's, Rho
dodendron and Tawney-. round trip
from Portland. S7.7t. Same aa above
with horse stags all the way. 14.7.
Eataeada, Cazadero, Bull Ran cars
leave First and Alder every four
hours, dally and Sunday, every hour
aa far aa Qresham. Good points (or
Is the Nearest to Portland of Any
Coast Resorts a Four-Hour
Trip Along the Lower
CLATSOP BEACH RESORTS.
GEARHART AKD SEASIDE. MAT
BE VISITED l!f OSB OAs',
ROUND TRIP. FKCM POKTLAAD
SEASHORE LIMITED... 8:80 A. M,
. cfc-K -K.N 1 SPECIAL. .2lO0 P. M.
I4 ? hj mR 0 u n d t m p
Stop Over en Route to or
From California Expositions,
Parlor Car Seats.
Tickets and In
Fifth and Stark
PORTLAND AND VICINITY
Ask the Man at
First and Alder
Marshall 5100, A 6131
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& POWER CO.
1 HHononisynoiiM hotel
41 MUea ea slaaac nava aim una a
Tbe finest mountain resort In Ora
toa. Dallr ra' 03. weaklr lit JO and
up Special rates to famlllea tor tbe
6ummer muniha. fuddle borsee, lawa
t.nnla. croquet, tlnaat tuning aad
banting grounds. Our own dairy, poul
try aad ardn truck. Blectrle ItsnC
telephone. For dallr auto atagea.
phone W.ln 5J. East 1S3 or E. S3S.
KsbII FraaaetU. FraeV. Bow Oragoav
OK THE WILLAMETTB.
Opea Klver and Tank Bathing. Take
fast launch foot of Salmon street
every half-Lour, commencing 1:30 P.
II., fare 0 eenta, or Brooklyn car to
Woodward ava,; free launches connecting.
Safety at All Times
ML Hood Auto Line
calls and delivers to any part of
city, day or night, to Mount Hood
resorts. Hound trip, (a; Govern
ment Camp, I,60.
P bears. Main SSI, or A 2331.
MT. HOOD AUTO STAGES
Daily to Mount Hood resorts 8 AM,
Round trip (5; Gov. Camp IT.uO.
Special rates for week-end and climb
ing parties. Information, reservations
and tickets at
BUCTLEDCE BKED FLORAL Ous
10 Zd Bt. Mabl 0056, A SOIL
Or Irvlnston Garage, Sast 13&
SOL DUC HOT SPRINGS
the greatest health and pleasure
resort on the Pacific Coast, in the
heart of the Olympic Moumai
open for the season. or
The Manager, Sol Doe, Wash.
TAWXET'S MOUNTAIN HOME.
Pemserly MaaldlBge UeteL
Ideal spot. Hunting. fishing, camp
ing privileges, saddle horses, homo
cooking, etc.. ft per day. 10 per
week. Sunday chicken dinner. 75c
Large Independent bungalows for
.Kama who nrflfar thtm.
T. H-Tawaar. ITosl. Wrick's r. Or.
The only hotel oa the beach front.
Good fishing, bunting aad surf batb
ing; unsurpassed table, excellent
service; large airy rooma and bunga
low a Auto stace meets all trains.
P. O, Eoola, Or. M. S. Warren. Prop.
Oldest resort In the Mount Hood
district Good water, airy bunga
lows, excellent cuisine, hunting,
fishing, horseback riding, etc.
Rates 2 per day. 10 per week.
W. E. WELCH. Prop. .
Welck'a P. O, Oregon.
SWASTIKA AUTO SERVICE
Stage to Mt. Hood Resorts
Jas. H. M. Klbbea. Prop.
Leaves Travel Bureau, 3d and Wash
ington Sts.. at S A. M.
Passengers called for and delivered at
their homes. Eapld. aafe and courteous
service. Phone reservations In advance.
SUNDAY SPECIAL leaves Journal bldg.
at A M. Returning leavea at P. M.
The Ideal Health and Rscrsauoa
Summer Cottage and Camplag.