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THE MORNING OREGOMAN. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1013.
REGATTA EVENTS ON
AT ASTORIA TODAY
Coronation of Queen Tyyne Is
to Start Programme' of
Three Days' Festivities.
FAST BOATS TO COMPETE
Parades, Products and Stock Sliows,
Baby Sliovr, Water Sports, Feats
in Air, Naval Activities and
Other Features Arranged.
ASTORIA, Or.. Sept. 1. (Special.)
The first official ceremony in connec
tion with the 20th annual Regatta oc
curred tonight, when a special train
arrived from Portland, bringing Ad
miral A. M. Wilson and the members of
The naval contingent was met by the
reception committee, officials of the
Tlejratta and of the motorboat club and
escorted to the Weinhard Hotel, where
an informal reception was held and
where the staff will have its head
quarters. The formal openinc: of the three days'
festivities will take place at 8:30
o'clock tomorrow morning, when Queen
Tyyne will be crowned on board the
Royal Regatta bark Kurt and will be
hailed as the God'dess of the Seas and
Harvests. King Neptune will then de
clare the water carnival on and Ad
miral Wilson will direct the festivities
IVater Races Fellow Coronation.
The morning hours will be devoted to
water races, including the Coast cham
pionship speedboat contests, the latter
being run in three heats, one on the
morning of each day. While these are
in progress there will be a programme
of water sports, with aviation flights
and balloon ascensions and parachute
On the afternoon of the first day
there will be a land parade, followed
by various land sports, and In the even
ing the illuminated marine, one of the
most spectacular events of the entire
regatta, will be staged. While there
was a heavy fall of rain last night,
the clouds are breaking away, and as
the barometer is rising the indications
for pleasant weather during the bal
ance of the week are encouraging.
Woman to Swim Hlvcr,
Among the water events will be an
attempt by a woman swimmer from
The Dalles to cross the Colv.mbia River
Saturday afternoon from Astoria to
ZMegler. a distance of five miles.
C. G. Stromer. the Tacoma aviator,
flew from Kelso, Wash., to Astoria
this morning, 65 miles, in one hour
-ven. He will make two flights daily
during the regatta. He will carry pas
eengers in some of hie flights.
The flagship Snohomish arrived to
day and tomorrow will be. moored on
the official regatta course. A treat
land parade, including a company of
inlantry from Fort Stevens, officers,
sailors and marines of the United
states cruisers Albany and South Da
kota and decorated automobiles and
motor trucks, Ladies' Riding Club,
livestock and many interesting fea
tures will take place tomorrow.
FTee Attraction Many.
Fifty free attractions have been pro
vided. By courtesy of Dan Moore, of
Seaside, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mark Peters
will give a fancy dancing exhibition
at the Admiral s and Queen's ball Fri
day night at the Port of Astoria docks.
I'ampbell's American band and Haga's
Astoria Dand win furnish music.
Clyde G. Fulton will deliver the ad
dress dedicating the port docks at 1
P. M. Friday. Farmers and manu
facturers of Clatsop County will com
pete for a big list of prizes. A live
stock show and parade will be held on
Saturday afternoon. Fraternal so
cieties will participate. A feature is
the baby show, also on Saturday after
Chamber Delegates Awaited.
A big delegation, headed by Haga's
band will meet the admiral's ship from
Portland tomorrow. Three hundred
Astoria business men have been 1:
vited to lunch with the Portland
Chamber of Commerce delegation at
the Weinhard Hotel Saturday noon
They will talk about mutual mari
time and business interests.
The business houses of Astoria will
rlose all day Thursday in honor of the
Regatta. The city is gaily decorated.
BAD LUCK PURSUES ARTIST
E. K. 0'iU Maimed, I-obbed and
Burned Out in Succession.
K. E. O'Neill, 'an artist, believes his
vil star is In the ascendancy this
week. Here is the hard luck story
which he cheerfully refused to tell
Monday evening while splitting
wood, he clipped off the end of one
of his fingers. Tuesday afternoon
when he was rather painfully making
a drawing, a spark set fire to his
waste paper basket, and before he
could quench the blaze it had des
troyed nearly $200 worth of artists
tools in his office in the Dekum build
ing. He was Just cleaning up after
the fire when the telephone bell rangr.
One of his neighbors was on the
phone and told Mm that his house at
1101 Simpson street had been entered
and about $175 worth of jewelry
isiolen. The thief was not captured.
Mr. O'Neal reported no further
GRANT VALUE $1,148,000
Clackamas Assessor Kcports Taxes
Due Total $61,113.98.
OREGON' CITY. Or., Sept. 1. (Spe
cial. Oregon & California grant
lands In Clackamas County have an ap
praised valuation of $1,148,000, accord
ing to statistics prepared by Assessor
J. K- Jack for the land-grant confer
ence at Salem September 16.
There is due to Clackamas County
in the last two years $61,113.98 in
unpaid taxes. The greater part of the
property is classed as unsold land.
The appraised valuation of the un
sold land ia $1,051. loo and of the con
struct land is $95,8 4 3. On the unsold
land there Are 1.281.026 feet of stand
ing timber and SS. 4 30.000 on contract
again submitted by the Clark & Hen
ery Construction Company and 'the Ore
gon Independent . Paving Company still
held its price for asphaltic concrete
down to $1.10 a square yard. Eitulithic
on crushed rock base was brought
down to $1.38 a square yard by Oskar
The bids opened by Auditor Barbur
East Twelfth street, from Division street
to Elliott avenue Oregon Independent hav
ing Company, asphalt, $1.35 square yard,
$11 22.15; Oregon Independent Paving Com
pany, HJtphaltic concrete on rock or bitu
minous base, $1.10 square yard, $101S.6o;
Oskar Uuber. bitullthic on crushed rock,
base, $1.50, $1292.55: Clark & Henery Conr
struction Company, bltulithic $1.30 square
yard, $1206.01, basalt blocks, $2.90 square
yard; Clark & Henery construction Com
pany, bitullthic. $1.31 Mquare yard, vitriried
brick. $2.65 square yard, $1173,76; Warren
Construction Company, casphalt on concrete
base, $1.53 square yard. $1307.28: "Warren
Construction Company, bltulithic on crushed
rocK oase. $1.85 square yard. 91431.78.
Portions of East Glisan street and East
Twenty-second street as a district Giebisch
joplin. bltulithic on crushed rock base.
$1.37 square yard. $4192.20; Giebisch &
Joplin, asphaltic concrete on concrete base,
$1.35 square yard, $4149.26; Oskar Huber,
bitullthic on crushed rock bade, $1.38,
-iiD.uj; Oregon Independent Paving Com
pany, asphalt. $1.35 square yard. $416S"5:
Oregon Independent Pacing Company, as
phaltic concrete, $1,35, $4168.25; Oregon In
dependent Paving Company, asphaltic con
crete with rock or bituminous base, $1.10
square yard. $3690.32; Clark & Henery Con
struction Company, bitulithlc. $1.:;9 square
yard, $4023.72 ; V arren Construction Com
pany, asphaltic concrete, $1.62 square yard.
$4949.71 ; Warren Construction Company,
aspnait on concrete base, $i.j square yard,
$4807.78; Warren Construction Company,
LAND GRANT PLANS
WILL BE DISCUSSED
Committee Arranges for Com
prehensive Programme at
Meeting September.! 6. .
W. I. VAWTER IS CHAIRMAN
Assessors Asked to Provide Infor
mation Regarding Classification
in Various Counties Result
Expected to Aid Congress.
SALEM, Or, Sept. 1. (Special.) A
comprehensive programme assuring: a
thorough discussion of the land-grant
POPULAR VANCOUVER QUEEN AND TWO ATTENDANTS AT DAHLIA
, ff m
IT? - f I 1 " I . r J"-S-
i - ' 'Will flit
i v1L r I f
Mfs Gladys Voorhe
Misa Mia Clark.
Miss Vera Overly.
bitulithlc on crushed rock base, 91.85 square
Bids for sewer contracts were opened
In East Franklin street and East Thirty-
ninth, street J. I. O'Xelll. cement sewer
pipe, $3193.72 ; Azar & Co., cement sewer
pipe. $:itJ03.r.S: c. G. Randies, vitritied
sewer pipe, $3632.22.
Sewer in Thirty-first avenue Southeast
and Tibbetts street J. P. O'Neill, cement
sewer pipe. $1392.20; Portland Plumbing &
Heating Company, cement sewer pipe,
$irti.37. Portland Plumbing & Heating Com
pany, ri trifled sewer pipe, $1.V,19.95: C. G.
Handles, vitritied sewer pipe. $1 till. 67.
MISS OVERLY IS QUEEN
RULER OF VANCOUVER DAHLIA
CARMVAL IS NAMED.
Aliases Nit a Clark and Gladys Voorheeg
Win Honor Places of Attendants
of Royal Personage.
VANCOUVER, Wash.. Sept. 1. (Spe
cial.) The final result of balloting for
queen of the Vancouver Dahlia, Carni
val, to be held here September 9, 10
and 11, today was Miss Vera Overly,
12,418; Miss Nita Clark, 5757, and Miss
Gladys Voorhees. 5157.
Miss Overly is the daughtaer of W.
L. Overly, who is a conductor on the
North Bank road, running out of Van
couver. She nad the support of the
railroad men and the Elks, of which
her father is a member.
Miss Voorhies is a winsome girl,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Voor
hees, of this city. Mr. Voorhees is a
building contractor. Strong support
was given Miss Voorhees by the
Miss Clark, supported by the Oddfel
lows and Rebekahs, is noble grand of
Progress Lodge of Rebekahs. She is
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Clark,
of 414 West Twenty-third street. Her
father is a contractor.
The queen wil have as her attend
ants the other two young women. She
will reign supreme during the carnival
and occupy her throne, gaily decor
ated, every day at the Columbia River
Interstate Fair, for herself and court.
from Carlson's chapel today. Rev. Mel
ville Wire officiating. Interment was
MAN FIRES POWDER SEAT
Gottfried Boese, TliircT Suicide in
Family, Uses Giant Charge.
OREGON CITY, Or., Sept. 1. (Spe
cial.) By sitting on 25 sticks of stump
powder and then exploding the charge.
Gottfried. Boese committed suicide a few
minutes after o'clock this morning on
his farm between Damascus and Boring.
Nearly every window was broken, oc
cupants of the Boese home were thrown
from their beds and the neighbors for
miles were awakened by the explosion.
Boese was 50 years old and leaves
his wife and eight children. He had
been committed to the insane asylum
twice. Both his father and mother
committed suicide on the same farm 25
TROOPS TO CAMP AT FAIR
Vancouver Regulars Yi,U Take Part
in Interstate Show.
VANCOUVER BARRACKS. Wash.,
Sept. 1. (Special.) Lieutenant-Colonel
D. J. Baker, Jr.. in command of the
post and the Twenty-first Infantry, to
day announced that he will have a-battalion
of four companies, filled to war
strength, with the Twenty-first In
fantry Band, camp a week at the Co
lumbia River Interstate Fairgrounds,
during the fair week, September 6 to 11.
There will be about 600 men sta
tioned at the grounds, and they will
drill daily. The well-known Twenty-
first Infantry Band will give three con
certs daily. The machine gun platoon,
with the battalion, will give drills, ex
hibitions and races.
Grcsham Principal Arrives.
GRESHAM, Or., Sept. 1. (Special.)
Principal-elect E. S. McCormick, of the
Gresham grammar school, and family
arrived Saturday and will occupy the
J. E. Stubbs residence on North Main
street. Mr. McCormick's daughter, Miss
Edith Vaughn will teach in the union
high school and another daughter,
Helen, and a son. Glen, will attend
high school here. Another son will
be in the grammar school. The gram
mar school will begin on September
6, in the Gresham school.
PAVING BIDS ARE LOW
Offers on Bltulithic $1.30 and on
Asplialtic Concrete $1.10.
Record low prices for paving pre
vailed again in bids for several con
tracts opened yesterday by City Audi
tor Barbur. The bedrock price of $1.39
a yard for standard bitullthic was
TIXV PORTLAND MAID TO AT
TEND ASTORIA REGAT
Miss L.eoIa May St ruble.
Among Queen Tyynes win
some maids who will grace As
toria's 20th annual regatta will
be dainty Miss Leola May Stru
ble, who left last night to repre
sent Portland at the festival
court. Princess Leola May is a na
tive Portland girl, very tiny, but
enthusiastic and happy. She is the
daughter of George R. Struble
and the niece of Wallace R.
Struble. who is publicity manag
er for the regatta,
While in Astoria Miss Struble
will be the guest of Queen Tyyne
at her home. It is the first time
that she has ever taken part in
any festival ceremonial.
problem and the submission to Con
gress of Oregon's views was arranged
today at a meeting of the committee on
procedure of the Oregon Sc. California
Railroad Land Grant Conference,
which will be- called to order in this
city September 16. All members of the
committee but Grant B. Dimick, of Ore
gon City, were present, and it was the
consensus of opinion that the confer
ence would not "only be of great bene
fit to the state,- but of great aid to
Congress in determining what should
be done with t ie land. The programme
of addresses is as follows:
.Governor WIthycombe, "Purpose of
Attorney - General Brown, "Legal
Aspects of Land-Grant Problem."
United States Forester Graves, "Point
of View of federal Government."
R. A. Booth and A. R. Norton, "Point
of v lew of Counties.
Representative of Southern Pacific
Company presenting railroad's side of
Ex-Governor "West giving his point
C. W. Kulton, "Constitutional Ques
Senators Chamberlain and Lane and
Representatives in Congress Hawley
McArthur and Sinnott also will be asked
to deliver addresses.
It was decided to ' request the vari
ous County Assessors to furnish state
ments of the character of the land com
posing the grant.
Members of the committee present
were as follows: F. H. Newell, Gas
ton; J. L. Stack, Portland; F. M. Wil
kins, Eugene; W. I. Vawter, Medford;
A. C. Marsters, Roseburg; C. C. Chap
man, Portland; W. Lair Thompson,
Lakeview, and C. A. Spence, Oregon
Mr. Vawter was elected chairman
and Mr. Chapman secretary of the com
mittee, and it was decided that they
be the temporary officers of the con
ference. Governor Withycombe said he
did not wish to make suggestions, but
several members insisted that he take
part. He said:
"We desire to get the best minds of
the state to work on the problem pre
sented to us through the decision of
the United States Supreme Court re
garding the lands in the grant. The
object of the conference is to reach
some plan of disposing of the lands
which will be to the best interests of
the state. I would like to see a con
servative man made chairman, for
there is danger that radicalism may
Mr. Vawter appointed Messrs, Chap
man, Stack, Spence, Newell and Dim
ick a committee on rules. The com
mittee will meet soon In Portland and
selections were made of men who live
in and near that city.
Gresham Veteran Is Laid to llest.
GRESHAM, Or., Sept. 1. (Special.)
unerai services or Henry Jones,
veteran of the Civil War. who died
near hre Sunday last, were conducted
VETERAN DIES SUDDENLY
Henry M. Van Avery, 73, Succumbs
lo Paralytic Stroke.
SEASIDE, Or., Sept. 1 (Special.)
Henry M. Van Avery, a veteran of the
Civil War, 73 years old, dropped dead
at the home of his son, Henry A, Van
Avery, Wednesday afternoon, at 2
o'clock. After lunch he complained
of illness and just as he was about
to lie down he suddenly collapsed. A
physic, an was called and pronounced
death due to a stroke of paralysis.
The body was taken this morning
to Portland. He is survived by two
sons, Henry A. and T. D. Van Avery,
living at Independence, Or.- He was a
member of the Modern Woodmen in
s' Norfolk School Suits
With Extra Knickers
New Fall Norfolk Suits
tweeds, cheviots, novelties
all the new color combinations.
Sturdy and strong tai
lored for strenuous boys.
Buy this week at the spe
Morrison at Fourth
service furnished since the Vaquina
Klectric Company moved its plant to
Toledo. Saturday night the lipht was
so dim that objects a few feet away
from the lamps were invisible. The
trouble is declared to bo lack of water.
year ago from the East. He was not
married and had no relatives in the
West so far as is known. He was 26
Man FlalUng Under Train Dies.
THE DALLES, Or.. Sept. J. (Spe
cial.) Falling; from the top of a freight
train on the Great Southern Railroad
today, A. L. Reese was Killed beneath
the wheels. Reese came here about a
Government Job Open.
The United States Board of Labor
Employment announces that applica
tions will be received at the office of
the secretary. Eleventh Civil Service
District, Seattle, Wash., up to and In
cluding October 1, for the position of
unskilled laborer in the custodian serv
ice, Federal building:, Portland. Both
men and women will be admitted to the
examination. Age limits are from 20
to 50 years. Application form 1642 and
full information may be obtained from
the local secretary. Board of Civil
Service Examiners, at the Portland
Postoffice, or from the secretary.
Eleventh Civil Service district, Post
office building. Seattle, Wash.
A Bosnia noldier was ao terrified by ex
ploding t.rspne! that he is in a chronic
Aleep. H1 doesn't respond to needle pricks
in tlie noyf, arm or back.
AGENT SLUGGED, ROBBED
Posse Seeking Robbers of O.-W. U.
& N. Station at Xortli Powder.
BAKER, Or., Sept. 1. (Special.)
Posses lead by Sheriff Hug, of Union
County, are searching: for the- men who
last nlgrht knocked Station Agent Lin
ville, at North Powder, unconscious
and took $280 in cash, the O.-W. R. &
N. Company's August North Powder
receipts. Two men are beinjc watched
and arrests are expected within a few
hours. The suspects were seen loiter
ing1 about' the place yesterday and
strong" clues point to them.
Mr. Linville is recovering, but as he
was struck down in the dark he can
not identify his assailants.
WOMAN IS BRIDE 5 TIMES
Portland Man, 2 5, at Vancouver
Weds Mrs. M. M. Eptoiy 4 7.
VANCOUVER. Wash., Sept. 1. (Spe
cial.) A -woman, 47 years old, four
times married, became the bride of a
man. 25. yesterday. The principals
were John J- 1- Vanden Steer and Mrs,
Mary Melvina Epton, both of Portland.
The ceremony was performed by W. S.
T. Derr. Justice of the Peace.
When Lloyd L. Horton and Miss
Vivian Landes, of Tigard, Or., appeared
in the office of Mr. Derr last evening,
to be married, they were fully prepared
for an elaborate ceremony which was
JOMELLI RESTS ONE NIGHT
Diva to Reappear at Majestic Thea
ter Today and Tonight.
Mme. Jeanne Jomelli, whose singing
has attracted such large audiences at
the Majestic Theater recently, was un
able to appear last night on account of
a cold. She expects, however, to sing
this afternoon and evening as sched
uled. On the advice of her physician the
famous diva took last night to care
for her voice and prevent a more Beri
ous illness. She will sing at the Ma
jestic for the remainder of this week.
Newport Complains of Lights.
NEWPORT. Or.. Sept. 1. (Special.)
There is considerable complaint here
on the quality of the electric liht
the leading builders of
the city are installing
Fox Furnaces. WHY?
Because they can place
implicit confidence in the
Fox Furnace. It insures
a perfect heating system
equal to hot water,
steam or any other sys
tem. It insures the per
fect circulation of fresh,
pure, warm air, forced by
proper lines of construc
tion to every nook and
corner, making the entire house comfortable. We are the
oldest furnace establishment in the city, and we back the
Fox with our reputation and guarantee.
WHAT'S THE USE
of experimenting with cheap heaters? Buy something
with a reputation. After 37 years of experimenting with
all kinds of furnaces, we have found the Fox to be the
most satisfactory for all kinds of heating. It will oper
ate year in and year out with continuous satisfaction and
MAY WE FIGURE WITH YOU?
Phone or Write Us
Let This Be Your 3otto in Buying Your Piano
Would you invest in a business, would you buy real estate, stocks or bonds with
out safeguarding your interests by a full investigation of values, of titles and the
reputation of the seller? Certainly not. Yet it is unfortunately true that most
pianos, particularly medium and low priced pianos, are bought without proper in
vestigation of either quality, tone, durability, the reputation of their builders or
the merchant who sells them. There is one sure way only by which you may
know that you are getting full value for every dollar spent in the purchase of
your piano. Investigate the piano thoroughly. Investigate the reputation of its
makers and investigate the house of which you buy.
Our House courts investigation. Ask your banker, your attorney, your grocer,
any business firm about us, about our methods, our goods and our prices and our
reputation for fair dealing.
Whether your needs be for a cheap, used piano or player piano, a low or me
dium priced instrument or the highest priced and most artistic piano in the
world, the Mason & Hamlin, investigation will prove the quality of our goods,
the justice of our prices and the fairness of our methods.
Hundreds of New Player Rolls Are on Sale Now at
Prices From 25c to 50c
Your money's worth or your money back.
Victor Victrolas and Records.
MORRISON STREET AT BROADWAY
Other Stores San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento, San Jose, Fresno, Los An
geles, San Diego and other Western cities.
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. In-v
formation 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
Electric cullu to Borln. It
miles; automobilo to WelcH'a. Rbo
dodeodron and Tinner'-, round trip
from Portland. (7.76. 6ame aa boi
with horse stag, all Ue war. JS-JS.
EtUcadSt Casadero. Boll etna cars
leaTe First and Alder eTery four
nours. dally and Sunday. eery hour
as far aa Oresham. Good points for
-i7! x.-w-t: As.. TLTf 1" .Ji -faj
ING TENTS ONLY
$1 PER DAY
Electric light, snd water In nearly every
tent; go surf bathing or bunt for crab,
and claraa; tent city Is under direction
of Bar View Hotel; many entertalnlns
features; no liquors allowed sold; rates
by week 5 and up; sleeping tents and
board at botel f 2 per day up. Write W.
a. Wise. Bar View. Tillamook Co. Or.
or 210 Falling biJg-. Ported. Or.
tsckyaras Packlnc ilaat-
Largest plant wast of the Missis
sippi Rlvsr. Located on Columbia
tlouan within 40 minutes' ride ot
Broadway and Washington streets.
Take Kenton cars on Washington
street at r lftn. Ulxth and Broadway
streets to Kenton. Fan s cents.
Take Kenton Traction Company can
at Kenton to Packing Plant and
btockyarda. Fare cents. Visitors
admitted dally except Sundays.
The Oaks the Coney Islam el ta
Wet Jo. very form of entertain
ment and accotnmooatlon for to ar
ista. Orchestral and band concerts,
prima dnna and musical comedy
company every afternoon and nlgbt
vu the open-air theater. Perform
ances free. Admission to para 1
cents. Aeached by express special
Oaks train (far s cents), from
First and Alder; or by launch U
tents), from Morrison-street Bridge.
MOUNT BOOD KEfOHTJ.
Welch's. IUeso4eaaiea and Taw
Bey's are located on the south side
of the mountain. Automobile from
Portland 'to either resort, round trta.
each to. Oregonian on sale at these
MT. HOOD AUTO STAGES
Dally to Mount Hood resorts S A 9C
Round trip SS; Gov. Camp 9T.4a.
fcpeclal rates for week-end and el.mb.
Ing parties. Information, reservations
and tickets at
KOITl.LDf.t (XOBAL Ota,
ICS xd Bt. Mam ASM, A U1L
Or Irvlngton Oarage. Kast 14a.
COLUMBIA RIVER HIGBWal
A acenlo drive or rare beauty,
built along the south sbore of tne
Columbia River, a distance of more
than 40 miles from Portland. A
series of remarkable waterfaiia,
rugged peaks and deep canyons are
among the attractiona.
femlasala Para Saaken Rirsm
A city park and well worth a trip.
Take St. Johns or Kenton car.
Cleea) Car law is a delightful re
treat. C0O0 feet above sea level, oa s
sbeltered spur of the very mountais
itself, and Is located Just at ids
upper edge of the Umber Una.
The trip to the inn usually is made
by rati to Hood River and thence by '
stage. The round-trip rate. Includ
ing all traveling expenses, is lll.t.
fcarvice begins July 1 and continues
to September Jfc.
Safety at All Times
Mt. Hood Auto Line
calls and delivers to any part of
city, day or night, to Mount Hood
resorts. Round trip. Govern
ment Camp. $7.60.
' Fbeaea, Mali Bit, or A 2331.
SOL DUC HOT SPRINGS
the greatest health aad pleasure
resort on the Pacific Coast, in tbe
heart of tbe Olympic Mountains,
open for the eeaaon. For full
The Maaager. Sol Doe. Wash.