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TITE MORXTXCr OREGOXIAX, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1921
CAUGHT IK MONTANA
Alleged Attempted Slayer of
Couple Here Held.
SUICIDE IS DISPROVED
Jess Boydston, Vancouver Barber,
Arresled on Cliarge or Wound
ing Mr. and Mrs. Baker.
Jess Boydston, alleged attempted
s'.ayer of 20-year-old Mabel Baker
and her husband, Thomas Baker, in
Woodstock April 19, was arrested
yesterday in Bozeman, Mont., after
a three months' chase, according to
telegraphic information received by
Sheriff Thomas Hurlburt. Deputy
Sheriff Kendall departed last night
to bring- Boydston to Portland.
Rejected in his efforts to win
pretty Mrs. Baker from her hus
band. Boydston swore vengeance and
on the afternoon of his crime was
alleged to have followed Mr. and
Mrs. Baker into the woods, where
they had gone to gather firewood.
Meeting the couple face to face
Boytiston was said to have flourished
a revolver and declared that he
"would . run from no man." Mrs.
Baker stepped in front of her hus
band, thinking that she might shield
him. After talking to him and be
lieving that she had quieted Boyd
ston she stepped to one side and
Boydston opened fire.
Baker Hit by Bullrt.
A bullet struck Baker in the right
arm and he fell to the ground. Four
shots were then fired at Mrs. Baker,
two of which took effect, and de
stroyed one of her eyes.
Boydston saved the final shot for
Baker, but the latter crawled behind
a tree and was able to save himself
from further injury. .
Hearing shots, neighbors arrived on
the scene and Boydston disappeared.
Baiter's injuries were of a minor
nature and he soon recovered, but
Mrs. Baker was in St. Vincent's hos
pital between life and death for sev
eral weeks. When she did recover
her face had been disfigured by the
bullets and one of her eyes had
been rendered sightless.
Barber Shop Operated.
Before the shooting Boydston con
ducted a barber shop in Vancouver.
His alleged attempts to win the af
fections of Mrs. Baker had been re
pulsed, and he was said, to have made
Btatoments that he would not only
kill her but Mr. Baker and himself.
Following the shooting Boydston. dis
appeared and was thought by many
to be dead.
Sheriff Hurlburt and his deputies
were convinced that lioydston made
his escape and was still alive and
Rent circulars through the north
west in an effort to locate him. They
knew that he had formerly lived in
Montana and at one time had served
a prison sentence in Deer Lodge. It
was the circulating of Boydston's
picture and description that caused
the arrest in Bozeman.
Wife Met 'While Mate Is Aira;.
Mrs. Baker met Boydston while
her husband was in the army. Ef
forts of Boydston to win her af
fections were unsuccessful and upon
the return of the husband Boydston
swore either to kill himself and the
Bakers or win Mrs. Baker's love.
He told this in a note that was
written to a sister in Vancouver and
discovered by deputy sheriffs. Mrs.
Baker is the eldest daughter of J. C.
LaKrance, notorious insurance swin
dler who served a sentence in the
Oregon prison for attempts to col
lect his J15.000 policy by planting
a body, dressed in his clothes, on
the Clackamas river several years
BOND ATTACK IS FAILURE
Clackamas Pomona Grange Is De
feated by Decision.
OREOOX CITY, July 2S. (Special.)
The initiative petition instituted by
Clackamas County Pomona grange to
revoke the unspent portion of the $1,
700.000 road bond issue voted by the
county last year, cannot be filed by
the county clerk. This was the legal
opinion handed down today by Dis
trict Attorney Stipp.
The petition is signed by the five
members of the grange committee,
and Attorney Stipp held that this was
Irregular, as the law calls for initia
tive measures being signed by 15 per
cent of the voters of the affected
I'ntler the authorized bond issue.
KaO.OOO has been ordered issued,
leaving $1,150,000. of the amount
ordered issued, only $73,500 has been
JUDGE EAKIN UNDER FIRE
Xicttcr Indicates That Recall Elec
tion Is Contemplated.
SALEM, Or., July 2S. (Special.)
Sam A. Kozer, secretary of state, to
day advised J. L. Kinney of Astoria,
secretary of the Columbia river fish
ermen's league, that it woud be
necessary to obtain the signatures of
1161 qualified voters of the 20th
judicial district before recall pro
ceedings could be instituted against
James A. Kakin, circuit judge.
Mr. Finney's letter to the secretary
of state was said to be the fimst pub
lire intimation that a move was on
foot to recall Judge Kakin. accord
ing to Mr. Kozer.
PORTLAND GIRL ARRESTED
Iaiki Miller, 18, Is Charged Willi
Passing Bad Checks.
El'GKXE, Or.. July 2S. Lena Miller.
IS, of Portland, was arrested at Cot
tage Grove today charged with pass
ing bad checks. She is in the Lane
county jail here. Deputy Sheriff
ritcher. who arrested her, said she
wae caught in the act of passing
worthless paper at a store in Cottage
tJie had In her possession a number
of blank checks on a Creswell bank.
Jli Miller was said to have served
a term in jail for a similar offense
committed at Hood Kiver some time
JOUR WILL HELP SHOW
Seattle Man AVorks for Portland
IiHestook Display in East.
A greater Interest In the eastern
attle circle in the Pacific Interna
tional Livestock exposition at Port
land is 'expected to result from a nation-wide
tour which, haa just been
completed by Fred S. Stimson of Se
attle, president of the local exposition.
Mr. Stimson, who was in Portland
yesterday in connection with the
business of the exposition, made an
automobile tour from coast to coast
and return, meeting with prominent
stock men and heads of stock shows
in all sections of the east.
Mr. Stimson said that eastern cattle
men have no conception of the de
velopment of the Portland exposition
and that he spent considerable time
acquainting them with the importance
of showing here, if they wish to sell
cattle to the western man.
Mr. Stimson predicted that the show
this fall would be bigger and better
attended than ever before. He said
that indications were that the new
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barber, wanted for alleged
munteroim atiHault, reported
concessions building- for the showing
of farm machinery products and
similar displays would Jae largely
taken up by Portland concerns.
"Portland merchants and business
men have always backed the exposi
tion and they are now welcoming
this new opportunity to .take an active
part in their show' he said.
GIRL HELD NOT W FAULT
BOYS' CAMP DISEASE FOOD
TO BE SEPARATE.
City Health Officer Unable to De-.
termine Source of Infection
of Y. 31. C. A: Employe.
City Health Officer Parrlsh yester
day said he could establish no con
nection between the diphtheria cases
discovered at the Y. M. C. A. boys'
camp at Spirit Lake, Wash., and the
siight case of Miss Bessie Hoopes,
who is now in quarantine at the city
isolation hospital at Kelly Butte.
"It was after the other cases were
reported from the camp that Miss
Hoopes was found to have a sore
throat and gave a positive diphtheria
culture test," Dr. Parrish said, "and
there is no way of determining where
she got the infection. It was thought
best to quarantine" her and she chose
to go to Kelly Butte. I am told that
her case was so slight that at no
time was she confined to her bed by
the illness There is but slight pos
sibility that contagion was trans
ferred to her from any of the boys
or their effects, and it may have
been merely a coincident that she
was taken sick at about the same
time as were the boys."
Miss Hoopes was a clerk in the
boys' department of the Portland
Y. M. C. A.
One theory of the cause of t.he dis
ease is that it was carried into the
camp by a farmer who delivered
Albert G. Magers.
SALEM. Or., July 28. (Special.)
Funeral services for Albert O. Mag
r ........... crs, who was killed
' ' by a Southern Pa
cific locomotive in
i - Dallas Wednesday.
will be held here
was well known
t h r o u g hout the
He was born at
Gervais, Or., April
3, 1S65, and resided
most of his life in
or around Salem.
He was driving a
truck across the
tracks of the
Southern Pacific when struck. Fu
neral services will be conducted by the
Salem lodge of Klks, of which he was
Dr. J. Williams.
HOOD RIVER. Or.. July 2S. (Spe
cial.) Dr. J. Williams, pioneer physi
cian of Kenesaw, Neb!, and civil
war veteran, succumbed last night
to a sudden attack of heart disease
Dr. Williams and his wife, who sur
vives, came to Hood Kiver valley 14
years ago. settling on a west side
orchard place. Dr. Williams, aged
74, was a native of Ohio. He is sur
vived by a daughter, Mrs. F. C.
Brosius, wife of a pioneer Hood River
physician. Dr. Williams had long
been a member of the Masonic lodge.
Dr. and Mrs. Williams had been mar
ried oil years.
Mrs. Martha Downcn.
ROSEBURG, Or.. July 2S. (Spe
cial) Mrs. Marthu Downen, aged 14,
a native of Indiana, died Tuesday
night at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Horace G. Wilson. Mrs. Downen
had been ill for several months. She
is survived by her daughter in this
city and by three sons, Fred S.
Downen of Montana. A. A. Downen
of Seattle and K. K. Downen of Mount
Vernon, Ind. The body will be sent
to Mount Vernon, her former home,
for interment. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
and daughter will accompany the
II. M. Strain.
PROSSBR, Wash., July 28 (Spe
cial.) M. M. Strain, a pioneer settler
of the Prosper district, was buried
yesterday. His death came without
warning, as he was apparently in
sound health. He was visiting his
daughter, Mrs. Myron Strain of Se
attle, and was with her in a row
boat when his heart action stopped.
With her dead passenger, Mrs. Strain
rowed ashore and summoned help.
Another daughter is Mrs. Guy Heber
ling. Shipments of Ice Heavy.
BEN'D, Or., July !8. (Special.)
Shipments being made this year by
the local Ice factory were the largest
on record, running v200,000 pounds a
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Mt. Hood Summer Resorts
SOUTH SIDE ,
knit m , vliiflir-, ,yf rHK'-..,'XXXtli-', 1
On Still Creek and Zig Zag River. Large rustic hotel, cottages and
tents. Dance hall, fine outdoor cement swimming: pool; gentle saddle
horses; croquet ground and tennis court; mountain trails; good meals.
Rates $4 per day; $21 to $25 per week. Mrs. . Franzetti, Prop.
Government Camp Hotel
Is situated at the base of South Mount Hooi and the view of the
mountain from this point is superb. The wonderful glaciers and
crevasses are within walking distance. Guides are furnished for trips
to the summit. Rates $4 per day, $25 per week. L. F. Pridehiore, prop..
Mt. Hood Auto Stages
the Reliance Mt. Hood Auto Stasea leave Routledse Seed & Floral Co.,
145 Second St., bet. Morrison and Alder. Phone Main 172, at 8 A. M.. daily
(also during July and August, at 2 P. M. daily, except Sunday). Kound
trip fare to Arran VVanua. Welches, Tawneys or Rhododendron $6.00,
Government Camp $8.00. Owned and operated by the IRVlAU'l'OJI
laKAGE dc Alio CO., Inc, J. L. S. Snead. Pres.-Mgr.. East lath and
Broadway. Phone Kast 135. Portland, Oxegon. 91AK.1 UliStlKV A1IO.VS
HA1DEX LAKE, IDAHO.
Most beautiful resort in Idaho. The Tavern has Just been thoroughly
renovated and modernized. Hayden Lake has an elevation of 2242 feet
above sea level. A most delightful mountain resort for people who live
in the lower altitudes. FOR PASTIME- An 18-hole golf course, tennis
courts, bass and trout fishing, boating and swimming. For rates anl
reservations of rooms or cabins, address DAN J. MOORE, Prop.
HOTEL SEASIDE, Inc.
SEASIDE, CLATSOP BEACH, OREGON
OREGON'S FINEST ALL-THE-Y F..VR-ROLM) RESORT HOTEL
Dining- room seats 300 guests, fine largre dancing1 hall, sun room and
palm parlor, large homelike lobby, big cheerful lirepiuce. lounging room,
tea room and ice ;rea"m parlor, hot salt water baths, bathing suits for
ocean bathing, steam heat and hot and cold water in every room, cafeteria
seating 160 people. New equipment throughout. We have spared no
effort or expen&e to make this Oregon's finest resort hotel. (Voir, UowU
iuKo Danclnp;, Trout Fixhing, Canoeing and Surf Bathing.
Reached via H. A S. by Oiretrt Service from Portland to Seanlde.
Also Steamer Georgiana and O.-YV. H. & Steamer to Aiitorfa, where
connections are made with A. J. Auto Co. busiies to Hotel Seaside, for
reservations wire, phone or write to
CHARLES H. ROWLEY, Manager
The house of comfort. Beautiful
grounds, large gun parlor and dining
room overlooking ocea.nl Famous for its
home cooking. Dining room and kitch
en under my personal supervision.
Kates $-0 to $25 per week.
MISS S. DAMAN N, PROP.
Overlooking the ocean. Family
trade a specialty. Rooms with or
without baths Use of kitchen and
dinins rom without extra charge.
Under new management. For rates
and reservations address
MRS. C. D. MOSS.
POLISH GIRL VUILL FISHT'
LIEUTENANT SAEINA CZAR
NECKI WOULD DEFEND U. S.
Young Amazon Who Led Woman
Against Bolshevikl Tells or
SEATTLE. Wash., July 28. (Spe
cial.) Her eyes snapping with en
thusiasm for her new country. Lieu
tenant (Miss) . Sabina Czarnecki
youthful veteran of four pitched bat
tles with the bosheviki and an officer
in the Polish battalion of death, de
clared in Seattle today that if the
United States went to war she would
enlist "right away."
Amid the flowers in the garden of
her uncle's Seattle home. Lieutenant
Ciarnecki told of her campaigning
days. She came to this country only
two months ago and after a month
spent with her sister in Ellensburg.
she is now making her home with
her uncle. W. Ralkowski, 182 Lane
street, and his family.
"My company, was organized by a
wealthy .noblewoman and consisted
entirely of girl volunteers from the
better class families," she said. "We
went into active service in December.
1918, against the bolshevikl and the
Ukranians. It was very, very cold.
We had no blankets, for my country
was too poor to supply them. We
wrapped ourselves at night in tent
"We were armed with carbine's, but
as an officer I had a pistol instead.
We all carried little knives and a bot
tle' of arsenic and were pledged not
to allow ourselves to be captured
"Few of my girls cut their hair, al
though some did. We would knot
it- up tightly and pull our military
caps over it. Often the caps would
fall off during an attack and the
hair, shaking down over our shoul
ders, would stream out in the wind.
This seemed to frighten the ignorant
bolsheviki. I think they thought
we were Furies come to avenge the
women they had slain."
TIMBER FIRES BRING FINES
Cruiser and Portlanders Fail to Ex
BEND. Or., July 28. (Special.)
C. V. Silvis of Bend and C. E. Shep
perd of Portland, timber cruisers
who have helped to combat dozens
of timber fires, pleaded guilty before
Justice of the Peace Gilson this
morning to a charge of setting fire
which recently burnea over 20 acres
in the Sisters country. They dis
claimed all guilty knowledge, but.
- -fYlfiltl ' HmAS " T-ffll-lTH'ii'iiirmA-it
LU.G BKAt'U, Wash. Most unique
summer resort hotel on North
Beach. Completely refurnished.
Famous for past '20 years for its
sea food, home cooking, generous
servings. AH outside rooms, rest
ful atmosphere. For rates and
reservations, address HOSTESS,
lontc tteaeh. Wax hi net on
For satisfactory accommodations,
make arrangements in advance by
telephone or letter to
MRS. S. G. REED
as their tracks had been found in the
burned area, they admitted that they
might have been to blame and paid a
joint fine of $25.
W. G. Espey, Portland hardware
salesman, "who, with his son Robert,
and Robert Lavoy of Portland, was
arrested by Forest Supervisor Plumb
yesterday on the Metolius road for
leaving a lighted campfire, remained
behind to plead guilty for all three,
paying a total fine of $15. with costs
of $2. 50. He had believed the camp
fire extinguished, but camp refuse
piled on the ashes had ignited after
he had left.
ROAD RULING IS HELD UP
Case Involving West Side Pacific
Highway to Be Delayed.
SALEM. Or.. July 28. (Special.)
Decision In the case involving an at
tack on the complaint of residents of
Sheridan, who would halt work on
unimproved sections of the west side
Pacific highway, will xfot be handed
down by Judge Kelly for ten days, ac
cording to announcement . made here
The attack on the complaint was
prepared by J. M. Devers, attorney for
the state highway commission. He
asked that the complaint be made
The original complaint alleged that
the Polk county court erred in des
ignating certain sections of the west
side Pacific highway as market roads,
and had no authority to incur an in
debtedness to exceed $5000 in the
improvement of the Salem-Dallas
School Teachers Appointed.
BEND. Or.. July 28. (Special.)
Six new Instructors for the Bend
schools were elected by the district
directors, in session last night. They
were: Vera Grant of Multnomah,
Or., and Helen Abel of Montesano,
high school; Avis Fisher of New
port, Wash., Lela Stutsman of Bend
and Edith Perry of Pendleton, grades,
and Lucille Loorais of River Falls,
Minn., junior high school.
Court Adjourns Saturday.
SALEM, Or., July 28. (Special.)
Members of the Oregon supreme
court at a conference held here to
day decided to adjourn for the Aug
ust vacation some time Saturday. It
was said that a number of opinions
would be handed down prior to ad
journment. The court will reconvene
Hinson Wanted in Salem.
SALEM, Or., July 28. (Special)
E H. Hinson, under arrest In Seattle
for, alleged theft of an automobile at
Albany, also Is wanted In Salem on
a similar charge. A warrant charg
ing Hinson with larceny was issued
M. S. Warren, Prop., Eeola. Orecon,
Situated on Canon Beach, th
scenic beach of Oregon. The most -unique
hotel on Oretron coast.
Service the best. Rates reasonable
tfa thing, fishing, . clam dfggin.
crabs, etc Local and long-distance
telephone. Stage meets all trains
Ecola, Oregon. '
On the ocean front near Haystack
Rock. Restaurant in connection.
A splendid place to spend your
vacation. R. E. Becker. Mgrv
CANNON BEACH MAIL
Merritt & J onrs. Prop.
Passengers, Baggage and Express.
Meets All Trains at Seaside.
Write for Reservations.
CANNON BEACH HOTEL
Why not spend your vacation at
Cannon Beach the beach of -i
thousand wonders? Cannon Bead
Hotel opens July 1. For informa
tion address 1. A. Osburn. pro
prietor. MANZANITA BEACH
Uet Acquainted Wltb the
, Most Attractive of
this eummer. Good auto roada from
Seaside and Tillamook or Tillamook
trains to Wheler. Launch to Nehalem.
Board or housekeeping tents, alo auio .
camp. Special tale of ocean view ot
this season. Address
l.aiif's Hotel.. Munranitl Brarh. Or.
Shipherd's Hot Springs
The ideal health resort. Open all .
the year. Water beneficial for
rheumatism and stomach trouble,
.uto meets all trains at Carson.
JQ. K. KKM.Y. Mgr.
Famous for its curative water. An
ideal resort for health and recrea
tion. Tariff 4 prr dny. 25 per week.
Chas. O. Miller, late manager of
Hotel Marion, Salem; 1 B. Mark
HOOD RIVER VALLEY
The Hoerlein Ranch
Hood Kiver, Or. Phone 5779.
The scenic spot of lower Hood River
valley; lor vacations or week end in
a delightful country place. Charming,
home-like chalet. Overlooks the canyon
of rushing Hood river, the valley and
mountains. Send for descriptive leaflet.
Via Oak irove road from Hood Kiver
Situated on Hood Kiver Heights,
overlooking Columbia ' River and com
manding view of Mt Adams. Hotel
and Cottages. Sundav dinners a spa
cmlly. l'Uoue 3014 liood Kiver.
MRS. J. W. FORBES.
HOOU U1VKK. OKtCO.N.
TROUT LAKE. WASH.
In the beautiful Trout Lake Valley.
Washington. Good trout fishing in the
lake, in Trout creek or White Salmon
river. Visit the lava and ice caves.
Automobile road to Mount Adams.
Amusement hall witn dancing and bil
liards, near hotel. Kates $2.00 per day,
$15 per week. Can furnish campers'
supplies. GULER-TROUT LAKE-POKT-L.AD
auto btage. See Mr. Weisid. Im
perial hotel, for information and linnets.
J. K. KEYOLUS. I'ltOP.. (iuier. VTaoh-
here today. An officer from Albany (
yesterday obtained requisition papers
nk UA AVA,-.,.tfa ff innc nn4 aft '
night for Seattle in quest of the pris
oner. Astoria Factory to Reopen.
ASTORIA, Or., July 28. (Special.)
The Astoria Box company is ar
ranging to reopen its box factory on
August 1, employing about 60 men.
The plant has been closed since the
recent fire which destroyed the mill.
The company is arranging to have
its lumber cut by outside mills, until
such time as it - arranges for the
erection of a new mill.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, July 28. Highest temper
ature, 70 degrees; lowest, 5tt. River read
ing, 8 A. M.f H.2 feet; change in last -'4
hours. 6.2-foot fall. Total rainfall (5 P.
M. to 5 P. M-). none: total since Septem
ber t. 45.1)5 inches; normal, 44.45 inches;
excess, 1.5(1 inches. Sunrise, 4 :4tt A. M. ;
sunset, 7:46 P. M. Total sunshine, 10 hours
and 41) minutes; possible sunshine, 14 hours
and 57 minutes. Moonribe, 11 :56 P. M.
Thursday; moonset, 2:43 P. M. Friday.
Barometer treduced to sea level), 5 P. M.,
30.04 inches. Relative humidity: 5 A. M.t
87 per cent; noon, 61 per cent; 5 P. M.,
45 per cent.
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Portland and vicinity Fair, northwest
Oregon and Washington Fair, moderate
Phone your want ads to The Ore
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VICTORIA 6 ISLAND
VICTORIA BRITISH C0LUM3IAP
TROUT. CREEK INN
' Chicken Dinners $1.25 Plate
Rates $3.00 per day; $14.00 per
week for two; $15.00 per week
for single. . '
BATTLE GROUND LAKE
18 miles north of Vancouver,
Wash. Good road, paved for 16
miles. Easy ride from Portland.
Free camping: ground. Fine bathing-,
canoeing, dancing, pobl hall,
confectionery store. An ideal place
for an outing. Steve Le Rouge,
manager, Battle Oround, Wash.
An assortment of delicious
chocolates and home - made
Specials, ranging in prices
$1.25 to $6.23 per Box
Confectionery and Restaurants
Visit the Beautiful
A delightful place to have
breakfast or light luncheons
any time during the day.
Also High-Class Confections,
Soft Drinks and Cigars
Situated at Multnomah Falls
on Columbia River Highway
$6.50 Round Trip
(joins Friday. Return Monday
FIVE TRIPS DAILY.
Shepard's Auto Bus Lines
A. J.lOff. MKT.
204 Morrison street.
SEASON ROUND TRIPS TO
Special Week-End Round Trip
Bowsea Leaving; 2 A. 9 A Mt 12
Noon. 3:3(1 P. M.
Offlee and Waiting? Room,
Vrvr HoUMtoa Hotel, 72 Nortb Sixth.
Broadway 2158 or Bdwy. 16S.
jOREUO.V MOTOR TRANSPORTA
M. P. PihL H. M. PlhL
DAILY bCUD('LE TO ASTOK1A AM)
Special fliehts anywhere, any tlm.
Cost surprtsing-ly low. efficiency ur
prisingly high. "See Portland and the
surrounding country from th air."
OlifcOO. WASHINGTON A IDAHO
Fhooe Broadway 3S.
ASTORIA-SEASIDE, KORTH BEACH
Steamer Georgiana, 5 hours to
Astoria, daily (except Friday), 8 A M
Night boat dally." 7:30 P. M.
Fare 2.00 Each Way.
Friday to Mo u day Kound Trip (3.04.
All boats make direct connections for
Seaside and .North Beach points.
J ISLAND OF .Nt A.) j
"SIOOO MILES OFl VSi-l
8 WONDER LAND bK?, 1
1000 MILES OvlWPM
SCENIC HIGHWAYS .2SK-v-iS5
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III fT kli Di'f? DlriA lit
Take a deen breath of
rating Alpine air and then
Beat Colonel Bogey at Banff
on a sporty course among rugged
mountains. Swim in warm sulphur
pools play tennis climb ride
ponies motor fish in Canada's
500 miles of Alpine scenery so
easy to reach over the
Canadian Pacific Railway
For full particulars, fH "
J -write, telephone, or stop V7 4 v JkV J
I at this office. f Vifs&K '
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Tillamook County Beaches
Delightful for Rest, Recreation and Amusement
Through the Forests of1 the Coast Ra:is;e Mountains Are These "New
and Unspoiled Places Where Ocean and -Forest Meet.
Round Trip Season Fare $6.00
On Sale Daily Good for the Season.
Round Trip Week End Fare $4.50
On Sale Friday, Saturday and Sunday Good Until Following Mon
day. Add 8 tor War Tax.
Reduced fares shown above apply to
Slightly Higher Fares to
Manzanita Classic Ridge
DATL.T TRAIJf leaves. Union Station, 8:15 A. M.; East Morrison
atreet. 8:28 A. M. Electric train leaving Fourth at, at Stark, 8:40
A. M., connects at Hlllsboro.
MTI'HnT:srDAV THAI leaves Union Station 12:45 P. M.
Saturday, East Morrison St.. 12:53 P, M. Electric train leaving
FourtU si., at Stark, 1:15 P, M., connects at Hlllsboro.
ORCGOI ot'TDOORS " is the title of our new summer booklet
which describes the different resorts in western Oregon, and
includes hotel and camp information. Copy free on request.
For Further Particulars Inquire of Aeenti
Southern Pacific Lines
JOHN M. SCOTT
General Passenger Agent,
Cottages and Tents
We have tenta and cottages com
pletely furnished, so all you need to
brine is vour suitcase and silverware;
others with stove, bed spring, mat
tress, di&hes and cookins utensils and
you can auppiv the rest. Water, lights
and free wood until ug 1. $1 per
day and up. L't3 of room at Bar View.
Look at Dr. Wise's tents and cottages
before you locate. Portland office.
Wise Dental Co.. 211 Failing bids.
THE WISE WAY,
B-37. Bar View. Tillamook Co.. Or.
Lake Lytle Hotel
One mile north of ttockaway Beach,
situated on beautiful Lake Lytle. lac
ing the ocean. Good auto road all the
way. Hunting. lishing. crabbing, etc.
Accommodations for auto parties. Rea
sonable rates. American plan. For
rates and further information address
Juliu M. Parker. Kockaway, Oregon.
Garibaldi Beach Hotel
Overlooking Tillamook Bay Fish
ing1, clam disging, crabs and hunt
ing. A fine place to rest. and re
cuperate. Martin Koenijc. Prop.,
COLUMBIA RIVER HIGHWAY.
THE INN OF THE
BRIDGE OF THE UOD8,
CASCAOfc, LOCKS, OKKOON.
A quiet, homelike place, on the Co
lumbta River Highway, where tourist
will enjoy home cooking, in homelike
surroundings. individual service, per
sonal attention. In our cafe adjoin
ing is served only quality food, pre
pared under the supervision of Mrs.
.Madden. The famous Cascade Locks
are just 10O yards from this hotel, and
the rapids in piaia view. Mrs. A. Jen
Formerly Automobile Club
18 miles east of Porttand. on Colum
bia River Highway and Base Line road.
Dinners served for Jl.."u. meals a la
carte, private dining rooms for parties.
Special arrangement can be made tor
private dancing and dinner parties. Fur
reservations phone Tabor 1.
the exhila- tT kf
WHITE SALMON. WASH.
Conducted aiotiM: lines most tnvitinK B
n o men and women of rerined tastes B
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B White Salmon. Wash. Flioim 78-t ft