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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 18.' 1915.
3-FOLD REASON FOR
MAX HONORED AT SAX FRANCISCO EXPOSITION AS OREGON'S
FOREMOST CITIZEN. .
HPHESE are the very
newest Fall suits I am
showing at special prices.
Fabrics and models that exhibit
the best skill of weaver and tailor;
weights suitable for early Fall
wear along the Pacific Coast.
Lumberman Says Compensa
British Expert on Credit Ex
plains Abnormal Exchange
and Offers Remedy.
tion Laws, Waste and Un
truthful Publicity Hurt.
UNSALABLE STOCK BURNED
GOODS STILL IN DEMAND
r r.is: i
Z' - ' '
Smaller Mill Drclarrd lo Lck F-
cllltW for rtllUlnjc Low-Grmde
.Material Su.tcrM.ona for.
BAN FRANCISCO. Auf. 17. Work-
ains romptnMtton laws, failure to
ut.li.ie wte mat rial and "untruthful
publicity" riordinf the destruction of
forf-ts, with consequent appeal to peo-
pta to u substitutes for wood, were
riven by L A Slfrldxe. Jr of W.
lets. Cat. today as con trlbu tine fc
tors in the lumber Industry's depres
Mr. rlfrtdce s president of a larirs
lumber company. l appeared before
the Federal Trade Commission In It
Pttwn session here. Waxes, ha satd
had not lnrrad operating mul. but
the Insurance laws had caused an In
ere of from rents to II on each
t of payroil. which ouxht to be met
In some manner
"Inability of the small m;lls to work
profitably low -trade material Into re-
fined products l responsible for
strady suptlT of fuel f r I bu riv
er V Mr. s-tfrtdr said.
I oaalahl Maraed.
"So-- h now burned for lack of
market could bo sold
return at iea.t a port to
of rnanufarturtn . unu
Knued and efficient selling or a nida
iiiAtioninc by members of the com-
arld'M-el statements that th
rvd wood lurrber Industry had not de
oCd atfcnCton to f.ndma new bees
for wood and that tnorarre of trade
cnHition often rauoi maU milts to
rnk ridiculous" prices.
lvprMton tr the Industry. atd
from the immediate effects of the Eu
ropean 4f. was charvd larcely to
v r:r;i .r . u- THRONGS IN attendance
wae slven as one reason for redwood
Honors Heaped on Mr. Benson
at San Francisco.
lumberman's ba awardns la orjtants
tnc for trade betterment.
Haifrstleas for lassteweeaaewf W
The. three sixe.ttons for
ment uf conditions were offsred by Mr
"Aarwements permittlnc ovantsatlon
f Umc onct for esx-h Industry
"Maintenance of a uniform fretsrht
rate on fret prod arts to permit thr
cloeeet utiliattoni of raw materials a
Kir the itump a. po.tre.
"lMii fiatitn f ehtpptnc and aavl
ftati-m law to permit the ue of f-r- of the entire state and Nation. Jo the
ein bottom under American recta olden times, when people met as we
tr In trttercontat trade and to meet do today, royalty presented a patent of
competition ir th worlds trade" nooiuiy. In our democracy w can only
Amonc the plan suKestd fr re-I tTe to Simon Deneon with royal iccod
Itevtns: th situation wa one by eorce I wiefies and noble thoucbts this medal
X. Wrn.lUns. of tUn rranrtjtro. w bo I commemorative of splendid Ideals ajid
tne pr cf lumber by the Trad Com-
I Olorle of fjtpoltloa and Hospital-
It of Many J I carta Combine to
Make Climax of Oregon
lOoatlneed From First fff.
nt.i4n fmm the ntttl to the consumer,
a fowinc profit 1-j the retailer, but
erminattns the wholesaler and the
NEXT TO BEST NAVY URGED
rtrran of I orr t sn W ara Adpt
Krolntln fr lefene.
IKTIiOIT. Aur K. The. Veterans of
I wrrun Uars of the t'ntted States, as-s-niMel
: National ronventtta here,
tntiy adapted resol'ittons fsvorlnc a
ay second only to that of tirat Hrlt
au. a rsular Arm of men: a
irnc iir of J !.. to meet In
vamp anruialfv. and tne applntment of
a Natinal l-cilatie romrr.tMinn which
d)I-1 ro-op-rate with ail patriotic so-
c i-ite. in the plans for adequate de-
f n c.
ptirtrvc th di uion of the report
rf tU resolution lomnttttee Itice .
Hear. f lnf r. the -ha i r ma n sa I d -'I'relirr
in.try to the adoption tf plans
f.r a larger Army an. ay the n-P'irarv-
cntpantee of te I'ntted States
ehuld be 14 ih( or compelled by law
pt to ! tcr im i r.ate a sain t the man
w ho enlist for National dfrne. Many
barriers w M-h now dt-ourace men
with fmilte from enlisting must be
OREGCN DIRECTOR RETURNS
II. 1. HrOrl Krport. on A:rk-alt unil
nRCi! AORti'tXTfRAt- rot.
ort:i. .a. i iicii.
Ji. I: MvtJt. dtrt-tor of th. nrvKoo
Acrl'ulturl l.Utf"- Kltrn. ton S.rct
r.turni liv from CaL.
tt hr fc h bn ttnl:n ih crn
tvntion of th. KiUn.)on s't-tln of tho
rT-ri.An .OvHuuon of AcrUuitural
tt.iotf rh.irm.a of th. Convention.
I'lrrvtor ll-tst a tn cIim tourtk wltb
the pro'r.t: n . An. I report, that th
reniiiin w or K of th. orf.on Auri
rulrurl C"tIJ comr.re favorably
itk that in other t.t.
oooi. oeeua. ana nope h. will receive
II Kith equal aatiaractloo wtb arblcb
I confer II on him."
Mr. Uenaon rec.lv 4 the medal amidst
loud apUa. and reeponded br'.tf.j
but apprupriateljr. He eald In part:
Mr. t.h.trir.aa aa4 tl.ntl.m.a : urtioi 1.
r.4 l.tf.nt ... and m lh.
r-r tilecn.. n4 laul.no.. and it la
u; r..-.ntl? tbel of lb r..i etat.
B to convinc. )ou .no ha.
ours..d to tt fh: m'rv.iou. r.a Fraa.
eo.tloa ttec . ..-a . part aaS
a.rv.l l ta. t'nii.d ataiea.
Oeecaa Train HMwk.
Tauh irreeoa la ifiowtii b manv to be
a Ira. ...M i.drae vu III im.mb.r
thai I..... aad t:.rk. In tti. tlmu..lrd
bp l'r..Mat Thuma. Jtffitioa, b.al a
... from t:ia Atljiiitu to in. I'ac.t.c by
ear ef Uftl-I Tt. Uarine ptoa.ra ar.k
tua tne Itnc f l..t mttiiDt fuilo.l
a fee vrara later and canvd out what .aa
.ad i. kno.n a. tn. lr.oa Tra;l tiaie.l
by trtound. a.ltmc tne a.w i.i LKn.do.
I'oritr.ry I. a.n.t.l blt.f .e are tun.
lieu.. tne aooa .orb by a I'nrtrt. earnret
n.tar lo d.eUp u; nalurai tf.iurc
and Be state ha. ar.at.r nrounra, by
a..bin tn.cn ecv.!bi.. rhla .. ara do.
Inc tartiitti tha tnelium cf aMd r..:. Tn.
.ria of vrc.n ta 49 ei)uare mit.a aad
ha. a popu. alio, of only M.o-u. why. c.n
t.rm.n. many of aur rouotttt .Sired In
ar.a many of tne etat.e from .bM:b fey
To construct Mchwaja to tap this Irs
penal domaia ta nt tn. work o( a day. yt
.. ara not tasctna behind the bVa.t. the
sl.doi. West, ir.e 'uln .r our enterprising
Dr;Mor of the I'aiinr 4.a.I. I r.nt.y
too a jaunt of oei muca through 1? yrr
son twinitri. and la .ry one of thrm I
(.und a dp. enlhustastic lntcr.at In th.
road pram Ktcry.n.r. Ifiis form of de-
-..rrnnl seemS uypcrmwsl la peoples
real lllfh.ay I. Be tasaeeL
Wa ppie of cireeen Invite you all to
visit us a.. I
far ae Oreson la concerned he ha
picked th rock a out of the 'Rocky
road to Dublin'; he has brought the
farmlne; community and th city to-
Kether. evening- up th opportunities:
and he has don It so nobly and simply
as to Inapor th chief executive of
our stat to com down her by th
beloved old title, plain Dr. Wlthy-
combe. to do him greater honor.
"What Simon Benaon has done I
suKKestlv to other rich men. who. by
following his lead, would do much to
diminish discontent between labor and
capital. II Inspires th feeling that
rl h men have aomethlnc better to do
than make wills for sons to fight over
and give Jobs to men of my profes
sion. JI has caused to be ouui a roaa
equal In magnificence to the chaam
mad by God Almighty when ne caused
th Columbia Klver to flow from the
mountain to th sea a road un
equalled anywhere on th glob today.
pattern In road making.
TVIcsrraana Cans by Scares.
Mr. Logan then read a few of Mr.
Benson's telegrams which poured in
from J. C. Hoyt. Portland Ad Club:
John Pearson Lang, Julius L. Meier,
Hy Ellera and his entire executive
sales oraanlxatlon. Bend Commercial
Club, progressive Buelnens Men's Club,
A. M. Shannon, H. C Bowers, josepn x.
Ilealr. A. H. Albert. O. H. Johnson.
Mayor of Ashland: Leslie and Truman
liutlcr. of Hood Klver; Board of County
Commissioners of Multnomah County;
Portland Itoiary Club. Ira r . Powers.
Mark A. Mayer. It. K. Scott, or Hood
Klver Commercial Club: K. P. Horan.
A. If. Blrrell. Kred J. Johnson. Dean
Vincent. W. B. Warren, C. C. Colt, of
the Portland Chamber o." Commerce
committee on the official dedication of
th Columbia River Highway; J. C
Alnsworth. John K. Carroll. K. L.
Thompson. Frank E. Smith. P. K. A I bee.
A. C. IHcklnson. l outs Lang, Frederick
A. Krlbs. C. B. Waters. Slg Slchel, J.
W. Stapleton and A. J. Hill.
Preeltlent Moore e luncheon, which
followed, was a delightfully intimate
affair. In which touches of humor snd
bits of pathos kept the tears and the
laughter close neighbors. Vice-President
Crocker was toastmaster.
Men f te at Luacbeen.
Every on of th speeches was
sparkingly brilliant, aa would be ex
pected from such men as Charles
Crocker, vice-president of th exposi
tion: Judge William Bailey Umir,
Carke Howell, of th Atlanta Consti
tution: Samuel Hill, Arthur Arlett,
Cyrus II. McCormlck. of the Interna
tional Harvester Company. Chicago;
President Kerr, of the Oregon Agricul
tural College: Commissioner Logan. Mr.
Jones, vice-president of th St. Louis i
Exposition, snd t rank Branch r.iley.
who covered himself with glory, mak
ing easily the great speech of the hour.
After each of these had poured forth
a veritable avalanche of oratory In ap-
preciatton of Mr. Benson, the great mo
ment cam when our first citixen rose
to his feet, with sincere pleasure in his
Curtailment of Tourist Travel Im
portant Factor Nation Must
Have Credit If They Continue
to Make Purchases.
LONDON. Aug.17 Sir George Palsh,
editor of th London Statist, gave to
the Associated Press today a statement
concerning the present abnormal rate
of exchange and the proposals for rec
tifying the situation by establishing a
large credit in the United States. Sir
George Is a recognized authority on in
ternational credit operations. Concern
ing the present situation he said:
"The fall in American exchange on
London to a discount of about 4 per
cent is due simply to the great pur
chases of American products by the
peoples of earth. In normal years Eu
rope paya the United States for goods
purchased largely by means of sums
spent In Europe by American tourists.
This year there have been naturally
few tourists visiting Europe from the
Asaerleaa Exports Iaereaaed.
"Moreover, Europe this year is buy
ing from the United States much great
er quantities of goods than normally
American exports to all the world in
June having been not less than 70 per
cent greater than normally, while her
Imports from the rest of the world were
smaller than usual. Thus the trad
balance In favor of the United States
is quite exceptional.
"For the six months ending with
June, America's imports were reduced
some 1115.000.000. Her exports ex
panded (6S4.O0O.O00. Her tourist ex
penditures, which normally are at least
$200,000,000 a year, were practically
"Last year, however, she was bor
rowing money from Britain and Eu
rope, whereas this year she has been
buying securities back from Europe.
After allowing for all outgoings the
trade balance in favor of the American
people in the first half of 1915 was
nearly 1700.000.000, and they took pay
ment of this vast sum in about $120.
000.000 In gold and the balance tn se
curities and credits.
Balance Ceatlnnea Grove.
But In the June half of the year
Amerlca'a exports were much smaller
than they will be tn the December half
of the year, and in the next six months
to Christmas the balance of exports
over imports in favor of the United
States, after making allowance for all
outgoings, for interest and service.
probably will be one thousand million
dollars: it conceivably may reach a still
"The amount or exports from tne
United States in the current half-year
depends upon the American people
themselves. If they wish to sell their
goods they will have no difficulty in
Obviously it is quite' Impossible for
Europe to buy upwards of two thou
sand millions of dollars of goods from
the United States In a single year nn-
Shown here at
Look at the men's new topcoats in
knitted fabrics; extremely smart and
Morrison at Fourth
less the American people are willing
to do what the British people always
have done take payments for goods in
securities. American exports will be
limited in the current half-year only
by the ability of the European and
other nations to pay for goods, first
by shipment of their own products to
the United States; second, by shipment
of gold: third, by sale of securities,
and, fourth, by means of credits. If
the American people are dubious about
giving credit, then it is obvious the
amount of goods they sell must pe re
duced to the amount for which the na
tions can pay for by other means." .
Fntnre Depends on America.
Sir George says the question
whether Great Britain will continue
to buy or will enforce drastic econo
mies at home depends on the United
States. He adds:
"As the American people are desir
ous of extending the foreign trade and
wish to make the United States a great
international money market, I have no
doubt they will, when they know what
is needed, gladly provide all credit fa
cilities necessary to enable European
and other nations to buy their wheat,
corn, cotton, fruits and many other
products of agriculture and manufac
ture, not only to a normal extent, but
the abnormal and vast quantities es
sential at this time of war.
"None can question the present un
paralleled opportunity for America to
extend her trade and commerce, as well
as tq add to her reputation as a great
money market, and no one who knows
the American people can doubt they
will rise to the occasion and by grant-j
tnsr necessary facilities sell greater'
quantity of products than they ever
expected to sell in foreign markets, and
at the same time rectify the foreign
FARM SPECIALIST COMING
Agricultural Department to Send
Man for Oregon Survey.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE,
Corvallis. Aug. 17. (Special.) Accord-
DONT WAIT UNTIL THE
7:30 o'clock Saturday even
ings is the last minute at which'
classified ads will be accepted
for Sunday's Oregonian. Don't
wait until this time, however.
By bringing them in sooner you
will avoid confusion, there will
be less likelihood of errors and
you will more than likely secure
better position. Classified ad
vertising forms close on other
evenings at 9 o'clock.
extension service of Oregon Agricultu
This will place at the disposal of
Oregon farmers a specialist who will
work under the direction of the exten
sion division of the college in making
surveys of groups of farms throughout
the state. H. F. Keyes has been trans
ferred from Connecticut to Oregon for
BAR LICENSE DUE SEPT. 15
Lewis Treasurer Sends Statements
to Saloonkcners in County.
CHEHALIS. Wash.. Aug. 17. (Spe
cial.) County Treasurer Raus:ht has
mailed to the saloonkeepers of Lewis
County statements that their taxes will
be due and payable by September 15.
His action is pursuant to an order of
the State Board. It is planned to col
lect 'all of the taxes of the county be
fore the licenses expire, from time to
time, prior to December 31. when the
state will ero dry.
ing to negotiations Just completed with
the United States Department of Agri
culture, a bureau of farm management
demonstrations is being added to the
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Th; Kind YonHava Always Bough
I'flo'nZ?.1 f j nd mlimg .weetly down the long.
a few worda on hia vision of a con-!
Uniioue Pacific Highway, then added:
"I hope before many years you can I
go from Mexico to Vancouver on the I
Vlce-rresident Crocker, the toast-1
master, said: "In all the exposition I
affairs and I have attended many
never have I heard such simple elo-1
qiience as we have had from Simon
PENNSYLVANIA TO VISIT
(iiirrmtr FtrumhnrsH ant Party of
in -rnl Pay In lonlanl.
f .-. rsiav U t roil from
ti minus f th t'olumb-st H.gtfr to A -tn
r to miifi ovr a bu.rd .' 4
I. tu th niiimun grad of t pr
cnt por.Uoil hwr ;ttir ran
t.icim i an ! K'm'ilorn.m or th Paclf.e
H .i f.v. or ue lb Co.um&s Highway la
tin' ri Cn.umbia.
'f luurif .u tlt want lo make a tr:
orr trial cr. vt m l cnlo tliorauch-
mrw, .-. ,urnt a Hlcftway. TM l-.rn or
l n onjffni rva4 ha b-n apra4 far and
m ir..! JujCt lrnatf-n tantl.n abw
tria m e"t v i nluub a Hi r aar.jr !
f t a t uc np mi t th mu h a Krc
fo m4 ft cl'ff fr.rw i to In fr-t
Ma. anS ... ro m.. hr th Wll
U:r'".f h:po ;. th -URi of thta Sat
ira. imJM", if vuu raa. a m of
i m; ova-r a hH-fur faced rd ft
!4 th mno-fl hating a raJ.u of ?
fsat at? 4 a mi 'm u t trit- of 4 pr r nl.
Ii-oni.t -swDUrrral grgm aitn It ,
tn K amath f.ani a mad mMn t
ti .ncth Pirf B'd oul oi ruta.
Tht r"4 la P' f th h!ha lcattr. ta
matt n.ar;a v-w nic on.lT. trair Lake,
an f I fa Bu:il ait tsit It.
v a t itoru r-; rcnitutt that this
frm of umr 1 at trari hm-
lhrt, and rltfTn'flJ to prrirl
trtm attn a. i th tnrir at our com-
mild A k.nd VrtJiJ -.- na fd ut
wi h fa'' tra' a .and rplt IM
stManit;a aad aiai ttb fT ad
iflARKFN RRAY " "
a m tj
Artbur Artlt. raprrarnttnc th Gov-
amor of i'altfornta. atd
"It la happin" to n jronmtiT
" . wM.-y...- -t im m hirnnrfi to no jronaiir
. wxth a rrt f mon and J f tVTwnt th- tiovrttor of California
woman. tit ra in TortUn4 t- Urr t(Ha-. I have a broth-r In rrt
lm r . r-turnmc from a i.t to tb Ub4 x 0n m ranrb near Klamath
I'.n.mA.iVific HM--.ttion- Hi rrtv K an( i9itt ,tata on my
m tho itjr frnrn I orl.a I. XI.
to i . mi.ini.tPti.
TH i'nrniuMt sWiriy ha aarr (
7 . . i that you of Oroaon. f ormot
Um mr of tho i t t t ntfu lh J tUtlnr
J A i'urrov. ratarr of tha lnnva
tan a ttv. artll bt chairmjta of tha
rtfan i.4t )! a vtmmittro.
WOMAN'S BDY IS FOUND
)lr- . II. Knllrdcr Dm AIoih In
.Ipartmnl anl nlory Ortlrrrd.
Mrs W. II. IWM.)t
t-teir'l strt. tl.-t a
wnUm am tim. ,i
S-m$v aa fon4 m
I North Tan-
l.n la her apart
nie maht. The
' 3 oclor-fc last
tua-.t cv frasa. ai'I'wr. manager of
lr. liutfr.). M la a horo btwer.
raa ba ab.r.t from t cltr about
tn da. Mrs. ICutUfiaa nss last sen
a al I oriers Mon !ar o'cht. As
s.stant City I'hys.rtart Law (oa r levra
dsstn was 4 so f aatural eaqa Aa
utpv will b hetd to ift.rmis the
aitmsst st:cs caused dratn.
honetmoon- This Is eno-tgh to rapitalise
ail Oroo for me. There la a deep
sisntf liinc. In this day and In the fact
In the ga
llon In governmental matiere. i mm
.m all of ua ta. notes, have named
aa your foremoat ritisen. as represent
ing jour niafteet Id 'as. a man who has
ner held public office, but who romee
aa an axpreaaton of tha quiet life of
tr'o sorns Oregonian-"
D. O. lively then Introduced Gov
ernor Withycorobe aa "one of the most
Iot1 of men.
-Wo do not hvnor a man beca'iea he
has imal millions." said Mr. Wlthy
romoe. "We honor and admira hlra
t-ausa he la a man. rrpre-entlng the
h:ansst tpe of cittsens'.tp. On thel
part of the people of Oreaon I want!
to emrreas our appreciation of the great j
tribute yo are paying the man we j
iovo to honor.
wan of aMnar Trne Honors 4.
Commlsaloner lcan was next Intro
dared. II said: "Ve rr.ee t today to do;
honor to a man representing a sin-1
g :lar type, to rich man coming back;
to t-ia own people and placing Ma f or-j
Itune gamed br tha frarnest or autolli
again with his state dividing It. Asj
New Treatment Not a Dye.
H armies Turn Gray Hair
Dark and Lustrous.
If our hair Is (ray. streaked with
gray, prematurely or just turning
gray: If your balr is falling: If you
have dandruff and your head Itches,
stmpty shampoo your scr.l. and hair
a few times with W-Kan Hair Color !
Itcsiorer. Nothing e:ae required. In
a day or so all your gray hair will
turn to Its natural youthful dark shade.
Kntire head of balr will become clean,
fresh, lustrous, -ravy, thick, soft, full
of life, dark and handsome. Q-Ban is
harmless, la not a dye. but acts on the
roots, making hair and scalp healthy,
so tha gray hair naturally turns beau
tifully dark, so evenly tha' no one can
tall It has been used. Also imri Itch
Ir.g scalp and dandruff. Uet a big 7-os.
bottle for only it cents. Apply aa di
rected on bottle. If Q-Ban doean't
darken your gray hair, tt cents re
funded. Call or write Huntley's Drug
Store, Fourth and Washington sts..
lortiand. or. Out-of-town folks sup
plied by parrel post.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 20,
la taso ajr of ar Aaaaal Factory
ta-aa a a la, alwaya tbo aeaaatloa of
roa. rot'RTH ad Atnr.n t-.
- 2.-- ft riO' PJJ 71 I STt 1 It .1
-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 the trip you have heard about is not mentioned here, call at the Information Bureau
of the Chamber of Commerce or phone them Bell Phone, Broadway 440, or Automatic,
A 6091. Information will gladly be given. Literature of interesting points furnished
Time Cards, Beach and Mountain Resort literature. The 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.
The Oaks ( ta Coney Island of tha
We; Every form of entertain--cent
and accommodation for tour
Ista. Orcheatral and band concerts,
prima dnna and musical comedy
company every afternoon and night
It, th open-air theater. Perform
ances free. Admission to pare 19
cents. Reached by express special
Oaks train (far h cents), from
First and Aider: or by launch 1
cents), from Morrlaon-atreet rlda
Mssklsslss IL. at leaia.
Eest Food Served at
Lowest Possible Cos.
Btoekyarda aad Packing riant
Largest plant west of tho Missis
sippi River. Located on Columbia
blougb within 48 minutes' rid of
Broadway and Washington streets
Take Kenton cars on Washington
street at Fifth. Sixth and Broadway
streets) to Kenton, fare a cents.
Take Kenton Traction Company car
at Kenton to Packing Plant and
btockyarda. Kara a cents. Visitors
admitted dally except Sundays.
COLUMBIA RIVER HIGHWAY
- A ecenlo drive of rax beauty,
bout along the south, shore of the
Columbia Klver. a distance of more
than 40 miles from Portland. A
series of remarkable waterfalls,
rugged peaks and deep canyona are
among the attraction-.
Electric carllne to Boring. It
milea; automobile to Welch's. Rho
dodendron and Tswney'-, round trip
from Portland. 17. 7S. Same aa above
with horse stage all the way, 14.75.
Peninsula Para Sunken Garden
A city park and well worth a trip.
Take St. Johns or Kenton car.
Amid Homelike Siirroandings
SKATi.ne cap a err- sa.
Is the Nearest to Portland of Any
Coast Resorts a Four-Hoar
Trip Along the Lower
CLATSOP BBACH RESORT.
GblKHIHT A.ND SKLASIUsS. JI A V
UK IITLD IN OSK UA V,
Hul.uiKir, Kuux ruuTLa.M)
Oldest resort In the Mount Hood
district. Cood water, airy bunga
lows, excellent cuisine, hunting,
fishing; horseback riding, etc.
Rates 12 per day. $10 per week.
" W. B. WELCH. Pro.
Weleh'a P. Om Oregon.
MOUNT HOOD RESORTS.
Cloud Cnp Inn Is a delightful re
treat, 6000 feet above aea level, on a
sheltered spur of the very mountain
itself, and Is located Just at tne
upper edge Of the timber line.
The trip to the Inn usually Is made
by rail to Hood River and thence by
stage. The round-trip rate. Includ
ing aU traveling expenses, is 11S.M.
Service begins July 1 and continues
to September 1.
Welch's, Rhododendron aad Taw
ney's are located on the south aide
of the mountain. Automobile from
Eataeada, Cnaadero, Bull Run cars
leave First and Alder every four
hours, dally and Sunday, every hour
as far as Gresham. Good points for
Portland to either resort, round trip,
each $5. Oregonian on sale at these
sol. jjuu tivi srKiiNus
the greatest health and pleasure
resort on the Paciflo Coast, in the
heart of the Olympic Mountains,
open for the season. For fuil
Inf urmatlon address t
The Manager. Sol Dae, Waah.
Parka Washington Park, head of
Washington street, with small soo
and aviary. Take any car west on
Washington street excepting Six
teenth; fare t cents. Celebrated
statue, "Coming of the White Man,"
also "Sacaiawea." Excellent view
of the city.
PORTLAND AND VICINITY
Ask the Man at
First and Alder
Marshall 5100. A 6131
PORTLAND RAILWAY. LIGHT
& POWER CO.
II ftvi IAL.
.SiS A. M.
.Zioe p. M.
Stow over en Route to or
From California ivspoaltlona
Parlor Car Seats,
Tlcketa and In
Fifth and tiiarg
TAWKEV'S MOUNTAIN HOME.
Faraserly Maoldlac'a HeteL
Ideal spot Hunting, fishing, camp
ing privileges, saddle horses, home
cooking, etc. ti per day. 18 per
week. Sunday chicken dinner. 7ac
Large independent bungalowa for
inoso who prefer them.
F. H-Tawney. Propw voich'e P. O.. or.
""--R HODODEXDOIIJI HOTEL
47 Milea an Meant Hood A a to Road.
Tba finest mountain resort In Ore
gon. Dally ratee $3. weekly S12.SO'and
up. Special rates to famlltee (or tba
Summer moniha. Saddle borses, lawa
tennla, croquet, finest flailing and
bunting grounda. Our own dairy, poul
try and sardea truck, glee trio flsbt.
telephone. For dally auto stasaa,
phone Main ov&e. East 123 or K. 843.
LsnU tra-setti. Prop.. Koara. Ore-eav
MT. HOOD AUTO STAGES
Dally to Mount Hood resorts SAM.
Reund trip 18; Oov. Camp T.uO.
Special rates for week-end and ei. mb.
In a partlea Information, reservations
snd tickets at
KOfTLEIHiE SEED FLORAL OtX.
IS xd St. Main , A SS1L
Or Irvlnaton Garaaa. fiaat 13A.
Th only hotael on th tMAeh froau
Good flahlDB. hunt Ins and mrf batli
ing ; unsurpavued tabl. - axcslieat
uvervlco: larva alrr rooms and bunca
iowm Auto tav- metu ail train
P. coia Or. H. & Warren. Prop.
Seaside. Clataap Beach. Oresoa
The Pacific Coast's most popular
ocean resort. Directly overlook
ing the ocean. European plan,
rates $1.60 and up. special week
ly rates. Dining-room service
a la carte from 6:30 A. M- to 8
P. AL Grill and evening enter
tainment. Hot ealt water baths,
surf-bathing; natatorium for in
door swimming canoeing on the
Necanicum River: good . auto
roads. Automobiles leave Hotel
Moore for Klk Creek and Can
DAN J. MOORE,
Prop. Hotel Moure
Tba iHixbtfal Bawb Hiai.
At EliBort Park. Bui-opeaa only.
Larv. comfort). rooms amidst
homw-llk surrounainca Broad r
andaa. sun porctoss, overlooking tha
oeuo Kata It pr day (on or two
psrsona xcUnt dlnlnv aenrice. a
la cart, la oonnoctloa. Maka raa
rvaiiocs by pboo or mail.
THE lOMOKf. Hoc aa way. Ors.
The Ideal Health and Sacraatlca
Cot tag-, end Ca
aievr a au iudn
Ml Hood Auto Line
calls and delivers to any part of
city, day or night, to Mount Hood
resorts. Round trip. ti Govern
ment Camp, 17.60.
Ffeenes, Main 331, or A 233L