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the morxtno oregoxiax. Friday, august 20, 1915.
DOLLAR OAf SET
FOR SEPTEMBER 23
Chamber Invites Stores to Of
fer Special Bargains to
Buyers for Day.
ATTOE.NET WHO MADE ELOQUENT CLOSING ARGUMENT FOR DE
FENSE IN UNITED STATES CASHIER COMPANY
tr-i:.-V-.,. ,. , ,.,; - -raj
COMMITTEES AT WORK
PLEA IS CONSIDERED
Charles r. Berg I Xaraed General I
Cbalrman. mad mIiUbu Are Ae-
slgned to Particular Task.
Xortbwest Asked lo City.
A s'.gantte demonatratioa of what a
dollar will do la purchssicg merchaa
die will b given ta Portland tul
month. Plana vara formulated yatr
ear at IB Chamber of Comxtrrt. whan
a larva number of retailers gathered at
a luaehaon and aot alr decided to
" th deif.onetracloa. but appointed
cwnniitax, lli4 th data and alartad
cut to make -lol.er dar" a red-letter
dar ta th ahoeptag diatrlrt.
Ta IB eBopper ef Portland and to
tha ahoppar from snburbaa points
"Iwiler dar." Tueedar. Beptember It,
win ba revelation.
'lnnciere baa f! en red -It out that
If ana dollar war started late circu
lar ma and kept moving from hand to
Call. It weald with aetoeiablag rapid'
"r par off a sua equal to tha city
fort land merchant have ordered and
ara receiving tha:r aaw etorke. Thar
that thoe as
Portland. "lo! lar dav will abow that
tia abx caa be wiped out and that
everr patron af anr of the atoraa par
ticipatisg will bao received a much
larger amount of merehandle than he
could purchaa for the aame dollar oa
aor othar dar of the year.
Ttia aaw of what a dollar will buy
oa " I collar day" la relng to be tele
phoned and advrt!eet throughout the
trade district occupied by the Portland
to Be Maraadl by flaaa.
Official pennants will be placed In
tha window and before the atoraa par
Thia will be the first -Dollar day"
ver bald la Portland. Charlaa F. Para;
wa mad general chalrm i of tha
I'ollar dar event, and immadiataly ap.
r-olnted the foilowtr.g commute, with
headquarter at the rhambar of Com
ma-re. telephone Broad war 41 and
rr.aTma TwiMar Par- Charlaa T. Pars.
ruo.;ir vara woodrwrr,
-cr tar T w. C Coakua.
rarvt?atlc. CsnmtttM 1 A. SsansTer
f enal.-maa . I Aiitau, jura ja. nun
tnon't K. Ik. Cerpeatar. R. n. Duncan. U H
floakT. Mrs. I- T- Hoaaarman. J. P. 5!rv
arji. Kt rai4.airnr T A Klndrad.
tr rir& j r. aL.;. I. jMawa. a
M-M.-an. Warrti kalxtt. ;i;tam Ho!-
"a i II. trjjidor. J. R. HlMvaru. H.
Varsa.r. X J :rk. J H r.aamRfi. Mai
.a H.racb. TTtma H. Cion. !.m.ii Kama
Jioa A Hann. K K. Kuml H Cryl.r.
: p. TIr-ina. C D. Ciul l V. a. Snia.
Itrart fl'-aal. R- R- Atair.a. A r:dD
hiiDir. aal aamaa af Laat etda mar-
hnr ta a r. am4 iatar.
Wava aa4 Mn Commlttaa Aaroa
rrarta ria.rtian, Ht. CHars wtraa;r
man i. ficb:. Jn A. Kary, W. P.
iiiu Irm aiatf Cmarr Oismtaad
sad feaaaa-a ommUf A. Strus
Wr tfltirnuat, W. It. alartsa. C J. a'aa.
MA PIT 11 I PIPES.
Reinstatement of Veteran Jan
itor Before School Board.
LONG SERVICE IS CITED
ItrprtaFnUUirt of Grand Anna- Win
Recognition of Vnwrltccn law.
Bide Opened for Installation
of Ileatlny; hjrXtm.'
H. H. Northrop and T. n. McDerltt.
repraaentlnaT the Grand Army of the
Republic appeared betor the School
Board yeeterday in an effort to have
that body reinatat Edward Dunn a
Janitor In the Chapman School or to
a-We hint a aimllar position In ona of
tha other school of the cltr- Mr. innn
recently was removed from hi posi
tion aa janitor In that school aitcr it
yeara of service. Chairman Munly
referred the matter to the committee
on a-rounda for Investigation.
"There Is no law which entltlea such
employes of the district to receive no
tice of dlscharce or a hearins. be aaid.
"However, there I an unwritten law
PnMldt. -iuriee - Wo-drafT I . , . . ,,., of ,.,!. ,il th.
Maatsomary. Joaapo - .," " :rr
consideration possible to old employes-'
Mr. Northup declared that Air. Dunn
had always done his work In a care
ful and Industrious manner. He also
r-r-ir-an. V. II.
Ika.'.o. r.iA Knha.
Adtmr'imtnm I'.KBmlttH P A. DnmMr
lhairmani J P r'lf Thmaa J. Mu 'tra.
! J.iiaatan. rrlll A. R I. J ilcWU-
-cm cmm:ltN P J r I pointed out the Ions; period of service
I'Mirnuji. lift ! .ai;i. r rnau
lan.lar. E. lb H 'It. J H. J 'irm. Ira R .
A A T-Ja. vv. I' yrul-v M c Baars. .
It F Hi .k XartiO Marks. CI.le KaUar. F
i ilraan. ra;ta Bt'-H-n. Prad i.ravaa. C
r'.!na:mM'. s. A Muraard. A. A. Rosa
Maa cmmlliaa U. iKi'hin aba.rotan.
r x. C. Uaradt. A- E. Eppataln. J. l(C
TrarSTrara a-d Karate Cwnwlnii
T ic&Ai-mini. J. C Krll'ih. V4". J.
riapan&rtc. Howard O. Kl.c-.am. H. U.
lion of Bucholx bravery. He was loath
to take the money, but tha bTlrls Insist'
ed and he chivalrously accepted It be
cadae of the ulrls desire to repay him
for hie loat French dictionary and val
uablea he loat from hla pockets in the
CHARGE ANGERS PASTOR s
In' the district and laid particular em
phasis upon the fact that no charges
had been placed acainst Mr. Dudix
Civil War ervtee See.
Mr. Dunn served In a Philadelphia
reetment durln the Civil -ar.
Th Board referred to the teachers'
committee th question of a aubst'tu-
tloa for Sloan readers now In Uia in
the schools. Members of the Board
questioned their ability to make the
chance. orln to a law perraittlnc
text-booka only every
opened for the Installation
of hratlnc and ventilatina- eyatem in
th Franklin HtKh School bulldins; and
K. RKIHKniUI HEET-I J. F. fhea. with his fisjur of tlt.t.
was found to be tne loll oiaaer tor
ttr.poiir 01 R:tt :T -tn aaex
Es-Ttaala raaassewa ara lajary Mlsht
Maa Mapsawael ta Aayeaet
a ad Alla-sa Snlerl.
Tha worn rn-nHkttoFi mad by J. O.
ConilI. auparintandcnc of parka, that
th Ctty Commtasionera refuaa the pay
mant of th " aaked by Kv. U K.
Kh-hard.aoa. lat year slat tennis
rhampton. for tnlurtes revelvsd at the
ilwood lvrk. has arouaed lie. Mr.
At tha 1x1 ml of an of th ctty offl
clsis b u stvina some liwtrucuooi
ta tenma to th boy aad Ttrls at tll
weod Park recently, and napped In a
hole, sprained hla ankle and was un
Mi ! defend his title In this year's
matches. He naked that the city payl
!-. th etpenaaa raaulttce from the
accidant. thst. be says, ws due to
careteesneaa on the part ef the ctty
ufflctAla. lita requeat for damaa was
daclared to b unaportamanlik by Air.
t'onvtli. and this Is what Mr. Richard
son has to ear folio" Ins; Mr. Con
"1 wl.h to eipreas my deep resent
ment at th Implication In Superin
tendent Convtll a racommencfatton to
the t'ltv tommiaiorera thai I was un
aprtamanlika la aakinc to city for
th lit. II: Implication ta moat sa
Juat. "Had tha court been properly fur
rilahed with a backstop or tad there
been no dancerous hole left aoout the
city water faucet, the accident would
rot have happened. I fall to ae why
anyone should mention sportsensnahip
Ira connection with such a request and
why I aheuld be called nnaportemaa.
I k when this acctdeat mieht have
happened to any rltlsea waiklnc over
"t'urthermore In this case I was
asked by a city omelet to rive tMsi
damonstratioa and I merely aakad tha
tit to rover th espensea resulting
from the accident."
ona style or installation. as an
lerriat bid. however. Applln-Cliaa;s
Company was low with Ita figure of
D. J. Phillips submitted the lowest
bid for the work of electric wliinr la
he aame butldlna. hla ftrurea being
filotTa. He submitted, however, no
certified check with bis bid.
ltd ataeetvew w Sehawl Aatew
Miller llalla. who bid J9. were
the loweat bidders to submit a certi
fied check with their bid.
Bids were also opened for the for.
niacins' of an automobile for the Dae
of the school clerk In handling the
bualnaaa of the district, for the firr
nuahlrMC of machinery and equipment
for the school of trades and for do
mes! lc srlanc equipment for the school
year. All bids were referred for con
The Question of modifying the ar
ranaement of the Board room bo that
it may b need for the meeting of the
principal or in cur was rcifrran tv
th tearhrs commute. At present
the seating capacity Is said to be too
The Board accepted tha resignation
of C H. a. King, assistant In the aJn-
roln Hish ftchooL and that of Mrs
W. Me, formerly Mm B. Alys Teed,
asalatant la the Lewellyn School.
Claim to the amount of i:.ll.SI
wer ordered paid.
PROSECUTOR PAYS FINE
w Yorker Has Cabman Arrested
for Crneltr, Then Intercede.
NEW TORK. Aug. It Ernest C
Brown, aaid to be a wealthy manufso
turer. living In the Hotel Manhattan,
recently engaged John Clennon. a hack,
man. of 1I0 Third avenue, to take him
to his hotel from the Plssa. At Fifty-
fourth street and Fifth avenue Mr.
Brown noticed that the horse was lame.
He stopped the cab. paid the driver 40
cents and had him arrested by Patrol
man Glter on a charge of cruelty.
In the Night Court Magistrate Honse
fined Clennon 5. At tbat Mr. Brown
"Judge, that man has been a driver
for IS years. I don t believe that be
knew that hla horse was lame. His
driving la the only means of livelihood
that he has. I think you are a bit
"To obllg you." said the Magistrate,
"I'll make the One 12.
Tha driver sadlr reached into his
pocket, but Brown was too quick for
blm. Pulling out a large roll of bills,
he paid the driver's tine.
MAN HAS CHILD'S MIND
Wealthy Youth Held Incapable of
Managing His Property.
NEW TORK. Aug. 13. Alexander M.
Ross, who will be SI years old In a few
months and has a fortune of UK. 000.
was adjudged Incompetent to handle his
property by a Sheriff's Jury, including
Frederick D. Underwood, president of
the trie Railroad; Frederick A. Stokes
and others. The jurors heard alien
ists testify thst Koss a aa not mentally
developed beyond 11 years of age.
Koss Is the son of Mrs. Florence Pot
ter Sheppard. of Plalnrleld. N. J- widow
of Albert tiheppard. of Chicago. She
applied In June to have her son de
clared Incompetent and at a hearing
held then the Jury disagreed. The Jury
again met. with FredertcR. Coudert as
commissioner, and listened to the tes
timony of Dr. William L. Russell, head
of Blooiningdale Asylum, where Koss
hss been conrtned for three years. Two
other physicians also testtned. A com
mittee will be appointed to care for
CASHIER JURY IS
READY FOR CHARGE
Eloquent Appeal by Mr. Pipes
. Declares Frank Menefee
Too Honest to Lie.
PLEA MADE FOR FAMILY
Mr. Beames, Answr-rinr Criticisms
of Prosecution, Says Tlmo Could
Hare Be a. Spent Better In
Trying to Refute Charges.
The fnlted States Cashier Company
trial will go o the Jury some time thia
When United State Attorney rieames
concluded the final argument for the
Government at 4:S0 o'clock yesterday,
only the Instructions of Federal Judge
Bean to the Jury remained to be given,
' Judee Besn will begin his charge
at 10 o'clock this morning and by noon,
undoubtedly, the case will be In the
hands of the Jurors. Much Interest
canters about Judge Bean's lnstnie
tlons on the subject of good raitn. tor
both Government and defendants have
declared this to be the main issue of
Today will be the 34th day or tne
case, and the 46th calender day since
the trial began on July (.
Two of the most eloquent anu
snlrlted arguments heard In a United
States court here In yeara were the
closing appeals to the Jury by Martin
L. Pipes, spesklng lor r'rana aieneiee,
and by United estates Attorney Reames.
fur the Government
"From the day Frank Menefee went
into the company to the present. It has
not been shown thst he got one single
cent aside from the 10 per cent tne
directors voted to give him." said Air.
Pipes, In part.
Mr. Meaefee Defended.
Tha record falls to show that he
ever appropriated one dollar. He is a
poorer man today by lar in an wnen ne
came to the company, for he put Into
It more money than he ever took out."
"One thing you will never convict
Mr. Menefee of." he went on later, "is
lying. No one can accuse Frank Men
efee of lying. You saw him on the
stand. You heard how frankly he an
swered every queation of a humilist-
Ing cross-examination. Even to save
himself, to make things easier for him
self. Frsnk Menefee was too honest a
man to lie.
With the penitentiary staring him
the face, he sat there and told the
truth. It Is a temptation I wouldn't
want to be subjected to. Men of that
kind don't steal, because lying- and
teallng go together.
No matter what the outcome or tnis
trial, life can never again be the same
to Mr. Menefee. Already he has suf
fered more thsn other men even If
you set him free.
He wss a man who was honored ana
believed in. He had friends wherever
he went, and wherever he went there
were men to clasp his hand. When he
goes out of this courtroom now, he no
longer meets the friends he used to
meet. He no longer gets the faand-
lasps he used to get. To a man like
Mr. Menefee tbat is worse than being
convicted. . ,
Plea Made for Family.
"And there are the wife of. his bosom
and his two little children that you
have a right to consider. If you must
convict him, then in the name of God
ask you to convict him cheenully and
1th your hearts in it, but if you have
ny reasonable doubt- give him the
tlemen, I have den my duty, It'a op
to yeu, It's ap to you."
As Mr. Pipes finished, Mrs. Menefee,
whs has beau a eonatant attendant at
the trial, waa weeping softly, and thare
was a stillness through the courtroom.
Judge Bean took a receaa lor 10 mln
In beginning hfa closing argument.
Lntted States Attorney Raamea said b
had never listened to a more eloquent
or masterful argument than that of Mr.
"But in the trial of every prisoner,
he went on. "it is always said to every
Jury that the principal suffering caused
by a conviction will fall on those who
ar not to blame. If I, aa a proseoutlng
attorney, had to take that into consld
eratlon, then there would never be
case brought before a Jury for prose
cution. Because, in every trial, gen
tlemen. the burden does fall, must fall,
on those Innocent ones who ara not to
Etrller In ris argument, Mr. Pipes
had referred satirically to the "pros-
ecutlng frame of mind" of th eCnlted
States Attorney, and had said that be
ana tne oavernment special agents
"are as necessary as any other trained
animals, or the quarry will escape.
Mr. Reamea Answers Criticisms.
"Attorney Dobson, for Mr. Lemon,
said the United States Attorney was
staging a great play In this trial.
and Mr. Pipes has said I was con
ducting a sort of trained animal show.
"It has been, said that I have
brought a few farmers and a few
sheepmen here to gain your sympathy.
But didn't Mr. Lemon say In one of
his letters to salesmen, 'Stick to the
farmers!' and didn't Frank Manafee
write and say that the company was
then confining Its efforts to 'rural
districts snd small towns. Who
brought these farmers and these sheep
men Into this case before I ever heard
If I have staged a drama here, who
has furnished the actors? who has
written the lines of the play? and
who has fixed the price of admission
to the theater7
'I have been accused of having been
unfair. Why, the average price paid
by each stockholder In the company
waa f00. If I rad wanted to be un
fair, I'd have left out the farmers and
the sheepmen who put in big sums, and
brought here before you the newsboys
on the streets and the girls in the
factories who were induced to put
their money into stock of this comp
More Letters Read.
But I won't say much about this
charge of unfairness, because Mr. Le
Monn's attorney could have put in the
time he took to talk about my un
fairness so much better in explaining
some of the letters and telegrams no
one seems to want to read except the
He read to the Jury many of these
letters and telegrams. In one, dated
September 27, 1911, LeMonn told a
salesman In a "closing" letter that
only 3000 more shares would be sold,
at a price to net JOS. 000.
The difference between what he
promised the company would sell and
what it did sell was Just $364,000," said
Mr. Reames. "Why, they paid out
355,000 in commissions alone. What's
the use of taking up the precious mo
ments with abuse of the United States
Attorney's office when there's so much
in the record to answer?"
Robert F. Maguire. attorney for O.
E. Gernert, argued in the morning. He
declared emphatically that Mr. Ger
nert was not sn official of the com
pany., that he had no knowledge and
no way of obtaining knowledge as to
Its assets and the condition of its
patents, and that he acted in good
faith on information given him by his
Last Call on
A Lot of 200 Suits, Values $20 to $30, Your Choice
SPECIAL ON FINE SHIRTS
Washington and West Park
BUNKER HILL MAN SLAIN
AMOIS MISB WATCHMAN
KILLED BY ROBBER.
Tlrnot Saloon at Kellogg, laano.
Entered and $500 Taken
Whiskers to Foil Mtosqnltoes.
KANSAS CITY, Mo, Aug. 3. Kansas
farmers have returned temporarily to
the fashion of long hair and long
beards to prevent mosquitoes from in
terfering with harvesting. According
to reports from Western Kansas coun
ties, the farmers and their helpers
have found this the only protection
from the insects. The continued wet
weather has caused stagnant water in
the fields and along the roadsides and
great numbers of mosquitoes Infest the
fields. The farmers say the insects
benefit of that doubt and send him I are unable to bother them when faces
ack to that wife and children. Gen-I and necks are protected with long Hair.
WALLACE, Idaho, Aug. 19. (Spe
cial.) Entering the depot saloon at
Kellogg, near here, early this morning,
a man 'criviner the name of Daniel C
Murphy obtained 3500 in loot from the
bartender and in making his escape
killed Dr. Cain, aged watchman or
Bunker Hill mine.
Sheriff Pfeil and several newspaper
men left at once for the scene of the
crime to find that a posse of 60 men
had the fugitive surrounded. He was
captured shortly after S otlock by
Chief of Police Sheppard and James
Gwinn. an engineer at the Bunker Hill
mine. The gun wlthwhich the killing
was done was found at the side of the
creek today and 3400 in money was on
the person of the prisoner.
Entering the store of F. C. Tobln j
at Medimont. near here, early this
morning two masked bandits rifled the
cash register and cracked the safe. The
noise of the explosion awakened the
people in a house nearby, two residents
going to the window in time to see the
men, make their escape up the track.
The fugitives are reported surrounded
by a posse.
AUSTRIA ACQUITS GENERAL
Charge of Communicating Army Se
crets Is Not Proved.
BERLIN, Aug. 19. By wireless to
Tuckerton, N. J. The Austrian Gen
eral Moritz von Auffenberg. Austro
Hungarian ex-Minlster of War, has
been acquitted after a two day's trial
by court martial of the charge against
him, according to a dispatch from
Vienna given out by the Overseas
Acna Agent. .... j
"The official charge." the agency
dispatch says, "read that the General,
when War Minister in 1912. communi
cated army secrets about mobilization
of certain parts of the Austrian army
and regarding an increase of the peace
status and the disposition of command
ing Generals to a retired officer. Colo
nel von Schwarz, thereby endangering
Wltheot wlahln to appear tnconorlastlc.
It mar aa aaid that tha Inteneet In tha lee
how Isn't limited to tha bald-headed Ira-
DAY FINE FOR HCRSE THEFT
Liver; man Rubbed Again on Anoi
rearj of Mmllar OV-rnrrrm-e.
MA WESTON. X. J, Au. 11- Will
Urn M. Parahoua. a local 1 1 vary maa. ta
ook:n for a foralcner who hired a
hers ami rarrUca from him for a few
hours Ft Ida r and thua far has failed
to re:jrn them. They wer seen oa
th treat her a tai aa ? o'clock that
eveetna. from which time no trac has
Urnotea lat year on th earn data
anrTerad a a'ir.liar loee, a stranaer h tr
ine: a rtr and facing to reappear. Th
animal loat thia year wa a bay mar.
rears el, and t baadaeia appear-
GIRLS EMBARRASS HERO
Money Korced en Rescuer Bccaae
lie loaf I look and Valuables.
XORRISTOWN. Pa, Aug. 13. Th
Camnflre Olrla. connected with th
Young Women's Christian Aeeoclatton.
ara ao glad that on of their number
nt a corns that they hav presented
a brav and mot! as t boy hero ttb 1(
Th young man la Ben Buchols. son
of A. K. Buchols. of th Auditor-General's
department and member of th
Philadelphia Houalng Commlaaion. Th
girl whoa lit h saved l Lillian
I'hlppa, aged 13 years, of '. 443 Kohn
Mis rhlpps- was swimming In th
river at I'ort Indian, several mllea
above Norrtatown. whr th Campnr
Girl wer encamped. fh was sucked
Into a hoi and was being drownsd.
when youaet Buchols. studying French
on th porch of hi parent' bungalow,
saw bar danger. II nunc aaid his
book, which fell Into th river and was
loat. and boldly leaped Into th water
without taking tlm to undress. H
dived and succeeded la bringing th
girl to the surface and than to the
Mora, where, aaeieted by Marlon Strtt
xinser. dauahter of Frank B. fctrttxln
ger. a manufacturer, and member of th
Campnr. eh was raueeitatd by roll
ing on a barrel and by working bar
arm t rastor raaplratloa.
Th girls bad t show their apprcla.
TO SICK WOMEN
Thousand Have Been Helped
' By Common Sense
Women goffering from any form of
female ills are invited to communicate
promptly with tha
partment of the Ly
dia E. Pink ham Med
icine Co., Lynn,
Mas. Your letter
will be opened, read
and answered by a
woman and beld in
trieteonfldance, A woman can freely
talk of her private) illneu to a woman ;
thus has been established a confidential
eorrespondence which has extended over
many year and which has sever been
broken. Never have they published a
testimonial or used a letter without the
written consent of the writer, and never
ha tha Company allowed these confi
dential letters to tret oat of their poe
seeftion, as tha hondrexia of thousands
of them in their filea will attest
Oat of the vast volume of experience
which they have to draw from, it is mora
than poaaibla that they possess tha very
knowledge needed in your case. Noth
ing is asked in return excent tout rood
will, and their advice has helped thou
sands. Sorely any woman, rich or poor,
aboold be glad to take advantage of this
generous offer of assistance. Address
Lvdia E. Pink ham Medicine Co., (con
fidential) Lynn, Mass.
Every woman oag-tit to have
I.ydi E. IMnkham's 80-pmro
Text Book. It l. not book for
grneral distribution, as it is too
exTernaJre. It is free and only
obtainable by mail. A V rite for
tt today. i
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Oood flablns. haatios and aorf bath.
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T. Ol. Ebola. Or. M. a Warren. tra.
COLUMBIA KIVER HIGHWAY
A acen la drive of rare bautr.
built alone th south ahor of th
Columbia River, a dlatanc of mor
than 40 mllea from Portland. A
arte of remarkable waterfall,
rnased peaks and deep canyons ar
among th attractions.
avrkrrela an PacsJ- riant
Xarffest plant west of th atlasl
slppl River. Located on Columbia
Slouch within 49 minutes rid of
Broadway and WahlntoB streets.
Take Kenton can on Washington
Street at Fifth. Sixth, and Broadway
streets to Kenton. Far a cents.
Taa Kenton Traction Company ears
at Kan ton to Packing Plant and
stockyard. Far cants. Visitor
admitted dally except Sundar.
Th Oaks the Coney Island f th
WTest) Bvry form of entertain
ment and accommooation for tour
ists. Orchestral and band conoorla
prima dvnna and musical comedy
company vry afternoon and nlshc
II. th opan-alr theater. - Perform
ance free. Admission to para IS
cants. Reached by express epeolal
Oaks train I far t cents), from
First and Aider: or by launch (is
cants), from Jdorrlson-straet Brldga
Claud Cap Ina la a dellshtful-r-traat.
S0SO feat abov aea level, oa a
sheltered spur of tha very mountain
Itself, and Is located Just at th
upper edgre of th timber Una.
Tha trip to th inn usually is mad
by raU to Hood River and thenc by
stage. Th round-trip rata, includ
ing aU traveling expenses, is 111...
Service begins July 1 and continue
to 6eptmbr It,
Claetria car line to Boring. I
miles; automobile to Welch's, Rho
dodendron and Tawaey;, round trip
from Portland, 17.7a. Sam as above
with horse stag all th way, tl7V
Eataeada, Casader, Ball Ron oars
leave First, aad Alder every four
hours, daUy and Sunday, every hour
aa far as Qrssham. Oood points for
Pawl la Park Sunken Garden
A city park and weU worth a trip.
Take St. Johns or Kenton car.
Park Washington Park, head of
Washington street, with small soo
and aviary. Take any car west on
Washington ( street excepting Six
teenth; far f cents. Celebrated
statue, "Comlnc of tha White Man."
also "Sacajawea." Excellent view
of tha city.
GEAHHART AKD SEASIDE. MA t
BIS VISITED IN OAE DAY,
Stop Over en Rout to or
From California Expositions.
Parlor Car Seats,
Tickets and in
Fifth and Stark
Formerly Maaldlasj'a Hotel.
Ideal spot. Hunting, flshlns. camp
ing privileges, saddle horses, horn
cooking, etc. t per day, f 10 per
week. Sundar chicken dinner. 76a.
Large independent bungalows for
those who prefer them.
F. ILTawaer. Praax. Wakca's P. or.
Tha Ideal Baa It a aad Becresucsi
Cettag aad C
1 KHODODENDOKN HOTEL
ST Mile, aa Saul Haod Ant Bead.
Tbe tineat mountain reeort la Ore
gon. Dally rataa S3, weekly S12.30 and
up. 8peclal rates to (amillea for to
Summer montba. Saddle norsea, lawa
ten Die. croquet, flneat fishing and
hunting srounda Our own dairy, poul
try aad garden truck- Blectrlo llsnt,
telephone. For dally auto atagaa
pbooa Main SS6. Eaat 1S3 or E. S3A.
VmU Fraaseui. Fro-. AVov. Oraea.
MT. HOOD AUTO STAGES
Dally to Mount Hood reeort S A. M.
Roand trip ; Qov. Camp ST.uO.
6pedal rataa for week-end aad oilmb.
Ins partlea. Information, reservations
sad tickets at
Morn t ih;k er.r.n PXOR.4X ota.
, Mala a. A SSU.
Or lrvlastoa Oarage. Beat
SOL DUC HOT -SPRINGS
th greatest health and pleasure
resort oa the Pacific Coast, in th
beart Of th Olympic Mountains,
open for th season. For full
Tat Haaager, Sol Dna. Was.
PORTLAND AND VICINITY
Ask the Man at
First and Alder
Marshal 5100. A 6131
PORTLAND RAILWAY. LIGHT
& POWER CO.
McCROSKEY'S Ml Hood Anto Stage
H A. M. DAILY.
Round trips, S5.00; Government
Camp, $7.50. Special rates for
week-end parties. Reservations
at Hawthorne Garage, 445 Haw
thorne avenue. Phone K. 833, or
Reliance Garage, Phone Tabor
Oldest resort in the Mount Hood
district. Good water, airy bunga
lows, excellent cuisine, bunting,
fishing, horseback riding, eta.
Rates 12 per day. $10 per week.
W. E. WELCH, Pres.
Welch' P. 0 Oregom.
saievr u aiaa
ML Hood Auto Line
calls and delivers to any part of
city, day or night, to Mount Hood
resorts. Round trip, $a: Govern
ment Camp. $7.60.
Phone. Main S31. or A 2331.