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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN. PORTLAND. AUGUST 4, 1912.
an extra trip to provide trans
uion and the steamer Olive and
til other boats made the trio
me cay during the evening-
parties or visitors.
le novelty of having music provid
ly band appealed to guests here,
me pavilion was well filled until
te hour. An enjoyable feature of
evening; was the banquet furnished
ne notel, at which various stunts
pulled off. Speeches and stories
the visitors in good humor. Drs.
Ik and Perkins, of Tillamook, were
l-?rs in the merriment.
Iw tides in the late morning aiffl
the noon hour have caused many
lake their customary ocean dip at
time, so that the beach has been
suaily crowded almost every day.
arrival of week-end parties early
I he week and the piea.sant condl
of the water has brought out
Irly every one. and bathing has
the event of the day.
ithing parties headed by Miss
Ire Wilcox and Miss Evelyn Carey
Ie been popular. A large party of
tors from Wichita. Kan., entered
the spirit of this entertainment
fn. great zest. Miss Crystaline Hy-
II and her friend. .Miss Evelyn Hitch-
l-c, were also leaders in water diver.
mong the notable visitors here dur
the week were Mr. and Mrs.
rge Willett and daughter, of Ttlla
ik. who spent the week-end here.
Willett Is Deputy District Attorney
harles H. Carey, a prominent at-
ney of Portland, with Mrs. Carey
daughter, Evelyn, were visitors
r the week-end.
tasters Reuben Hyland. son of
rge Hyland: Robert O'Donnell. son
M. J. O'Donnell. and Richard van
rsal, son of W. C. van Dersal, were
ipients of a complimentary dinner
the hotel last week.
party of visitors took part In a
asant trip to Garibaldi last week to
k over improvements there and see
points of interest near the life-
ing station. Among them were Mrs.
J. ODonnell, Mrs. E. J. Reynolds,
IS. W. C. van Dersal. Mrs. Clinton
wton. Miss Juell Reynolds. Miss
-.ry Newton and Masters Richard van
rsal, Robert O'Donnell and Richard
Among the visitors from a distance.
10 came especially to see something
ocean diversions, were Dr. and Mrs.
W. Rice, of Kansas City. They
ve been guests at many entertaln-
:nts and have formed numerous par.
s for visiting different points of in-
rest near the resort. They will oc-
:py their cottage here for several
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Thompson, of
okane, were guests here over the
ek-end on their way home from Los
ngeles. where they have been malt
g an extended visit. Mr. Thompson
is some property in Bayocean. and is
id to be considering erecting a cot
re here another season.
Mr. G. E. Marston. a prominent mer-
hant of Spokane, with Mrs. Marston,
as been visiting the resort during the
ast ten days, and both are charmed
ith the entertainment afforded here.
J. S. Landers, a prominent educator
f Pendleton, with Mrs. Landers, ar
ived early in the week, and has been
ept busy visiting different attractions
bout the resort. A trip to the caves
nd to Cape Mears lighthouse, start-
ng early the morning after their ar-
ival, was but the first of several
edestrian excursions undertaken by
Ir. and Mrs. Landers.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Flchtner,
f Portland, were visitors here during
he past week.
C. L. Boyle, Northwest representa
ive for the National Biscuit Company.
assed Sunday here, and is already
pn ardent booster for the place. He
spent the day visiting different places
and found time to make a tour of the
bay. stopping again at the hotel on
his way north Monday night.
Dr. Percy T. Flinn. Mm. Flinn, Miss
Mary Mills, Percy T. Flinn. Jr., and
Mrs. H. M. Flinn. all of Wichita, Kan,
were week-end visitors here last week.
Mrs. H. C. Tabrett, Miss M Tabrett
and Misa A. Tabrett. of San Francisco,
are spending a few weeks here and
find much to interest them.
L. E. Singer of Grand Rapids. Mich.,
was a visitor net., during the past
Howard Scott. J. A. Lang. D. F.
McGee. J. E. Davidson and Guy W. Tal
bot, of Portland, formed a party which
visited the resort last week and took
in a number of the entertainments.
W. J. Clemens, of Portland, has been
spending the week at the hotel here,
superintending the construction of his
new cottace. which is located just south
of the hotel, and is rapidly nearing
completion. Many details of Interior
arrangement are of especial design,
suited particularly to the locality, and
have been designed by Mr. Clemens
himself. Mrs. Clemens and daughter
are also occupying apartments at the
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Griffin, of Eu
gene, were among the guests at the
hotel here last week.
Week-enders began "to arrive early
last week, and by Saturday evening
had made the resort a scene of gayety.
The late excursion train from Portland
also brought many from outside, and
the concert given by the band attract
ed numbers from the surrounding lo
calities, who wished to spend their
Sunday by the sea. -
Guests registered Saturday for the
week-end were as follows: Miss Claire
Wilcox. Miss Evelyn Carey and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles H. Carey, of Port
land; Mr. and Mrs. George Willett
and daughter, of Tillamook; G. L. Mc
Lynn and wife and Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Harmon, of Portland; Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Lucas, of Hood River: Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Lucas. N. 8. Kohn and F. D.
Flora, of Portland: Dr. Percy T. Flinn
and Mrs. Flinn. Miss Mary Mills. Percy
T. Flinn. Jr., and Mrs. H. M. Flinn, all
of Wichita, Kan.; H. Fallman, Dr. E. T.
Parker and R. J. Case, all of Portland:
J. R. Lamb, of Nehalem; Mr. and Mrs.
Edward S. Goudy, Miss Edwlna Gou
dy and Master Hatfield Goudy, all of
Portland; O. E. Effaaberger and O. F.
Knight, of Nehalem; Miss Bessie Darch,
of Goldendale. Wash.; Whitman Lamb,
of Tillamook: H. G. Lytle, H. Hirsch
berg and H. Koenoco and daughter, of
Among the visitors arriving Saturday
night were the following: Mr. and
Mrs. William G. Tait, H. E. Morton,
Dr. A. D. Perkins, A. E. Evans. T. P.
Johnson. Harold Wells. Mr. and Mrs.
A. N. Maraff. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Perry,
W. H. Lytle, H. R. Edmunds. George
. Arnspiger, C. A. Bailey, W. E. Ander
Bon, A. Neilson and L. P. Johnson, all
pf Tillamook: Eliza Bourne and Hetty
Bourne. O. F. Knight and O. K. Effen
berger. of Nehalem.
Sunday morning visitors to the resort
were W. M.'Umbdenstock and wife, W.
A. Powell and wife. G. H. Ject, Fern
Osborne. Roy E. Wilson. Minnie Mas
Fey. C. L- Boyle, Crystaline Hyland and
Evelyn Hitchcock, all of Portland.
Early arrivals at the hotel this week
Included Thomas Rohers and wife, of
Portland: Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Landers,
of Pendleton: D. J. Lehy, F. Kerr, wife
and son, of Portland; Mrs. William
Woods, of Bay City; Mr. and Mrs.
George E. Fichtner. of Portland.
Other visitors registered here in
clude the names of Alice Wells. Dr. L.
A Wells. Dr. and Mrs. G. Allen Gilbert,
all of Portland; Mrs. H. E. Tabrett.
Miss M. Tabrett and Miss A. Tabrett,
of San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. G. M.
Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Wells, of
Portland: C. H. Haddix. of Astoria: R.
Wells, of Portland: H. Cleveland. Miss
Cleveland. Miss Graham. Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Shewry, Charles Lind Donald and
wife, of Portland; L. E. Singer, of
Grand Rapids. Mich.: Miss Lee, A. L.
DuPuy. Mrs. A. Douglas, Howard Scott,
j a. Lang. D. F. McGee, J. E. David
son Guv W. Talbot, D. A. Dinsmore
and wife. G. W. Stapleton and wife.
Jose Stapleton. Joseph McClellan and
wife all of Portland; Mr. and Mrs. G.
W Griffin, of Eugene: John Shepard.
w" J- Clemens, E. H. James and wife. C
wr" Hayhurst and wife, E, H, Darling
ml ' m- ' III
and wife, Harriet Kern, Frances Brady,
all of Portland.
William G. Tait. who recently pur
chased a controlling interest In the
First National Bank of Tillamook, and
now occupies the position of president
of the institution, with Mrs. Tait, was
a guest at the reBort over the week
end. Great excitement was caused here
one evening last week by the announce
ment that a man had been seen on
Lion's Head Rock, about a mile off
shore and two miles from the hotel.
Careful observation with . powerful
glasses revealed what appeared to be
the figure of a man who apparently
was endeavoring to scale the rocks to
escape the rising tide and continually
waved his coat or other garment
toward the beach. A large crowd soon
o-.thereri along the shore to watch the
strange sight. Officers at the United
States lifesavlng station at uariDarai
were notified, but lacking a moter
boat, they did not care to take the
risk of crossing the bar In the heavy
surf In the teeth of the gale unless tt
became absolutely necessary. As the
afternoon wore on a thick mist gradu
ally hid the rock from view of the
watchers on the beacn, ano next morn
ing no further traces of any object on
the rock could be discovered.
Skeptical ones declare the whole mat
ter merely a figment of the imagina
tion, and it is thought the supposed
man may have been a colony of sea
lions sporting about on the rocks. The
affair has caused a gooa aeai oi specu
lation, however, and impressed upon
manv the necessity of urovidlng the
llfesavlng crew Just across the bay
with a powerful motorooat, so tnat
such things could be investigated in
future without the" hazard Incident to
putting to sea in an ordinary lifeboat.
LOST TREASURE TALE REVIVED
Neali-kiih-nie Guests Have Subject
for Talk at Xew Tavern.
NEAH-KAH-NIE, Or., Aug. 3. (Spe
cial.) Opening of the new Neah-kah-nie
Tavern, which took place Thurs
day, will now provide visitors here
with better accommodations than for
merly and this has already been taken
advantage of to the present limits of
the place. The opening waa a brilliant
affair with special entertainment pro
vided for the occasion. During the
evening guests from the cottages' and
from Nehalem visited the new ' hotel
and expressed great pleasure at the ex
cellent accommodations provided.
Motor parties to the resort appear to
be the great diversion, the visitors
coming in through McMinnville, Dolph,
Tillamook City and Mohler. This is the
only resort In Northwestern Oregon
which provides a good automobile road
to the beach and more than a dozen
automobiles have come here during the
past week to drive along the sand by
Among recent arrivals In machines
were C. W. Hayhurst and a party of
friends from Portland, who arrived
Sunday morning purposely to make the
trip around the famous mountain trail.
Widening of the trail now permits
travel by automobile well around the
point of the mountain from whence
the trip may be finished pleasantly
Dr. Frederick Laird, of Lebanon, with
Mrs. Laird and family, recently arrived
by automobile by way of Dolph and
have opened camp quarters near the
tavern. They Intend to remain here
until the first of September. . They are
making short auto trips to many of
the places of this vicinity and on Sun
day made the trip along the btach to
the mouth of the Nehalem River, the
first party to make the trip this sea
son. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Scott and family,
of Portland, arrived the last of the
week for a week's vacation. They oc
cupy rooms at W. F. Cain's place, for
merly known as the Ranch House.
Among recent visitors here are Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Darnall. of Portland,
who are staying with the Cains. They
are looking over this locality with a
view to locating here next season.'
Mrs. J. F. Bell and Alexander Bell
spent the week recently at Cain's place.
Mrs. Buford, of Portland, and her
sister, Miss Lane, have been guests at
Neah-kah-nie for several days.
Miss Trevett, of Portland, is visiting
with the family of W. A. M. Breck, at
their cottage for a week or two. Mrs.
J. D. Hancock, who has been spending
a fortnight with them, returned to
Portland the last of the week.
An interesting find was recently
made during the excavations for the
new tavern. In the digging up of sev
eral large pieces. of beeswax, thus re
calling the legend of the burled treas
ure here and which has been sought
after numerous times. It is said that
the ship carrying the treasure was also
filled with beeswax and was wrecked
along the sand here. No trace of the
treasure has been secured, but each
new find of beeswax renews interest
among those disposed to dig for the
Professor Joseph and Robert Labln
are Just now "high lines" among the
fishermen and have been exhibiting
several fine strings of trout caught on
the Nehalem River.
George Hoyt, cashier of the Mer
chants' National Bank, of Portland,
with Mrs. Hoyt, Miss Martha Hoyt and
Master George Hoyt arrived early last
week to spend an outing of a few days
at the Tavern.
Among those registered at W. F.
Cain's, the Ranch House, are: Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. James, of Portland: Miss
May Dundrow, of Portland; E. D.
Skinner. MUs Violet Klein, of Nehalem,
and a party of enthusiastic fishermen,
Messrs. Runyon, Dexter, Williams,
Durst, Green and Dunlop, from Port
land. The new Tavern will be under the
management of H. ,C. Brandes, a promi
nent restaurant and hotel man, of Port
land. Mr. Brandes now has charge of
the place find is providing unusually
pleasant accommodations for his guests.
Mr. and Mrs. 3. W. Belcher and Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Sinnott, all of Port
land, are staying at the Neah-kah-nie
KESKOWIX ATTRACTS 5IAJTS
Midsummer Vacation Season Sees
Cottages All Inhabited.
NESKOWIN, Or.. Aug. 1 (Special.)
Opening of the mid-Summer vacation
season has brougnt a lar$e colony of
visitora here. ' The cottages are now
all occupied, the camp ground well
filled and the hotel gay with a con
stantly changing crowd of pleasure
seekers. The roads are in good con
dition, so that each week-end sees a
large number of automobile parties ar
riving to spend Sunday, on the way to
other resorts farther north along the
coast. The establishment of regular
automobile service with Tillamook City
has brought many visitors from Port
land, who visit on sight-seeing trips,
and wish to see as much as possible of
the Oregon coast, in a short time.
Trout fishing has occupied most of
the visitors' time herS recently. It be
ing only a short distance to the best
pools of the streams in the hills.
Thomas Rogers and wife, of McMinn
ville. nd Charles Eppsley, of Salem,
have been devoting a good deal of at
tention to this pastime and almost
every day "bring in a. long string of
,The season has been late in starting
s6 that th sound of the carpenter's
hammer Is heard from morning till
night. 'The new bridge across Slab
Creek leadinar to the Bridgham ramp
ground, is now completed, so that the
Summer colonies in the north and south
portions of the resort have begun to
form pJeasure parties. Remodeling and
renovating of the hotel has been com
pleted and accommodations have been
taxed to the limit for the past two
Completion of pretty bungalow cot
tages by Dr. R. E. U Stelner and Dan
iel J. Fry, has brought about a pleas
ant increase to the permanent guests
here, by the arrival of the Stelner and
Fry families. Miss Maud Durbln and
Miss- Nancy Skaief, of Salem, are guests
at the Stelner cottage, and Charles
Eppsley, of Salem, is visiting the Frys
for a few days.
A feature of the week-end entertain
ment is the dancing In Myer's hall with
music furnished by K. W. Harriet and
Fred Olsen, of Salem, and Roy Brink,
of Hebo. These events are well at
tended and are followed by luncheon
served at the hotel.
Mrs. E. J. Mendenhall and family, of
Portland, arrived recently and will
spend the remainder of the Summer
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cheney. Oren
Cheney and their guest. Miss Bradon,
of Portland, are among the recent ar
rivals who are leading the gaiety here.
W A. Wood and family, of Mon
mouth, are spending their Summer va
Daniel J. Fry, a well known drug
gist, of Salem, with his wife. Mrs. Fry
the Misses Jennie and Priscllla Fry,
Daniel J. Fry. Jr., and Oris Fry ar
rived here last week to Occupy his
new bungalow for the remainder of
Leaonard Frlnk, a well known busi
ness man of Falls City, lias been spend
ing a few weeks here for his health.
James Walton, Jr., Mrs. Walton and
their son are here for the Summer.
Mr. Walton, who is managing owner
of the resort, is planning a number
of Improvements to the place to be
carried out this season and extending
into the Fall. .
Recent arrivals here most of whom
are camping, are: S. N. Rogers and
wife, McMinnville: J. L. Riggs and
wife, Salem; R. P. Riggs. wife and
family. Portland: S. T. Riggs and wife,
Salem: K. W. Harriett and wife, Sa
lem; Fred Olsen and wife, Salem; Guy
Nott and wife, McMinnville; Dr. Hoff
man and wife. McMinnvllleJ M. A.
Nirol, Mrs.- Nlcol and three children.
Willamlna; W. C. Morrow, wife and
family, Rirkreall: Lloyd Cole, Ina Cole,
Mrs. Walling. Reta Walling and Veda
White. Amity; Gustave von Querner
and family, and John omen. Amity;
L. Ames and wife, C. W. Boettlcher and
family, all of Salem; George Rummell
E. T. Clark and wife, Clarence Bays
and Loreta Lynch, all of McMinnville
Mrs. Frank Mapes, Salem, and Miss
Gladys Lynch. Portland.
Recent arrivals at the hotel Include:
W. A. yocum and family, of Ballston;
W. F. Mathews and Alexander Donald
Son, of Portland.
SEASON LIVELY AT CAXXON
Hotels and Beach Cottages Crowded
With Summer Visitors.
CANNON BEACH, Or., Aug. S. (Spe
cial.) Though a little late in start
ing, now that the season really Is
on. It outrivals all previous Summers
for crowds and gayety.
The scenic beauties of this part of
the coast draw many siphtseers from
Seaside and Gearhart. Every day the
beach is thronged with stages and
autoH, which drive to Arch Cape and
back. Perfect weather has made tin
beach more enjoyable.
The Warren Hotel is proving tHe so
cial center of the beach, because ot
its central location and spacious lobby,
which seats 200 people. The Saturday
night dances are enjoyed equally by
the cottagers and the parons of the
The Wednesday evening musicales bid
fair to become a regular event. An especially-
entertaining one was given
this week under the direction of Mrs.
Lola Edwards Branin, a Portland must
clan, who is spending the Summer near
the hotel. Those participating were:
Louise Walker, Ethel Luke, Sadie
Havely, Hllma Fox, C. H. Fox, Miss
White, and Miss Gertrude Baldwin.
Among the late arrivals at Elk Creek
Is Captain Schaefer. He has opened his
cottage for the season.
A small bungalow has Just been com
pleted for W. H. Ross, manager of the
Cannon Beach Hotel, and his wife.
They contemplate erecting several more
for their patrons to use Instead of
Mrs. M. O. Collins, daughter of the
late Mrs. R. L. Hawthorne, has opened
her Summer camp, near Haystack.
She Is entertaining Miss Mary Henson
and Miss Louise Thompson.
Mrs. A. Balmanno and her son are
guests at the Cole cottage.
Max M. Smith, the florist, accom
panied by his wife and daughter, Hel
en, is spending an enjoyable vacation
Charles S. Irwin and wife are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone Stevens, in
the Yates cottage.
The Mansur cottage is housing Mrs.
L. Mansur, Mrs. Settem and children,
Mrs. Caroline Havlland and small son,
and Miss Grace Davis.
Miss Regina West, sister of Gov
ernor West, spent the week-end at the
Dr. Frank B. Kistner has joined his
famliy at the Elk Creek. Hotel.
Walter B. Honeyman, who has the
Walsh cottage, surprised his daughter,
Jane, by bringing her a Shetland pony
and cart. Miss Maleta Ward, a sister
of Mrs. Honeyman, and Mrs. Roland
Mills are caring for Miss Jane until her
Mrs. E. A. Sommer ' Is passing a
fortnight at the Warren.
Miss Cis Pratt, of Oregon City, Is.
visiting Mrs. Clyde Huntley.
Mrs. J. D. Asher and Miss Sadie
Havely are guests of Mrs. C. H. Fox.
J. H. Walker am family, of Oregon
City, are enjoying the Peterson cot
tage. Mr and Mrs. F. Breske and small
daughter, Laura, motored over from
Gearhart Tuesday. Mr. Breske, who is
a good roads enthusiast, is much
pleased with the efforts of Clatsop
Countv to provide good highways.
Mrs. prrln Kellogg la entertaining
A room in
the home of
a. ".-'v ,.3--
1 tTtTr Is r
There is one piano that is built
regardless of cost under con
ditions free from commercialism
or monetary competition, namely
. of the
Opposite Post off ice
Mrs. Helen Failing, In addition to oth
Vf. F. Koehler and family are among
the late arrivals.
The register at the Cannon Beach Ho
tel shows the following patrons:
Captain Henry Van Auken and wife;
Thomas J. Van Auken. Miss Olive Bal
timore. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Irwin, Mr.
and Mrs. G. Stevens, Mrs. Alice Shaylor,
Romaine Elliot, Salome Bernstein,
Leon Bernstein. Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Scott and daughter. A. M.. Dibble, Miss
N. Nllson. H. A. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs.
Caldwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. L.
A. Pike. M. C. Martin. Mr. and Mrs
Halvor Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ring-
ler. Miss Myrtle C. Barnai, an or ron
The Elk Creek Hotel has cared for
the following the past week: Mr. and
Mrs. G. N. Woodly, J. D. Lenten, Kath
erine Coats, Hobert and Colin Living
stone. J. F. Bell, Jr., Henry and Harry
Hanno. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Chapman,
Philip Irelan Louise Ansowich, Mrs. H.
P. Coffin and son. Naomi Nelson, Mrs.
Wells Gilbert, children and maid. Dr.
Frank B. Kistner. Helen Hughes. Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Holbrook, Mrs. A.
Kerr. Dr. D. J. Kerr, Mr. and Mrs,
Peter Kerr. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt Lewis,
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Fairfoul, Esther
Hull, Mrs. Lillian Fuller and daughter,
Mrs. Rosenfeld, Delphine Rosenfeld, C.
H. Berrvman and wife. Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Huesner, Lola Cummlng, Gladys
Lang, Mary Brownlie, Helen Ladd, Nan
cy Zan, all of Portland. (
TILLAMOOK EXJOYS ACTIVITY
With Season at Beaches on In Full
Swing, City Benefits.
TILLAMOOK. Or., Aug" 3. (Special.)
Summer activity at the beaches near
Tillamook has stimulated activity here,
and the streets have been lively with
visitors, to and from the different re
sorts up and down the coast. Numerous
automobile parties have passed through
on the way to the north, and many have
come in on the way to the Trask and
Wilsorf rivers in search of trout.
Paul Chamberlain, news editor of the
Portland Evening Telegram, and John
Haeley, a prominent theatrical man of
New York City, were guests of S. S.
Johnson, a prominent attorney here,
over Saturday and Sunday. They were
on a trip about the county from their
camp at Cape Lookout.
John H. Hall, a prominent iortiana
attorney, with Mrs. Hall, their daugh
ters, Marjorie and Bessie, and their son
Hubert, have been visiting Attorney
Webster Holmes here. Other visitors
of the Holmes family include Miss
Laura Pugh, of Portland. .
Mrs. L. G. Freeman and daughters,
of Corvallis, were among the visitor.!
here during the past week.
Mrs. William Laird, of punman.
Wash., has been a guest with Mrs. R. E.
Jope for the past few days.
F. Fitz. a prominent Business man oi
Portland, with his family, is spending
his vacation here and visiting the dif
ferent beaches of the vicinity.
Nelson Gardner, a prominent timber
man of Rose Lodge. Or., has been a
visitor here for several days, looking
after business Interests and visiting
the different resorts.
Lee M. Travis, a prominent attorney
of Eugene, with Mrs. Travis. Miss
Frederika Travis and Gould iravis, naa
been visiting the home of Mrs. Travis'
parents for the past fortnight.
CARS WILL BE RE-ROUTED
Examination of Burnslde Bridge
Being Made to Determine Condition
The Countv Court yesterday for
warded a letter to the Portland Rail-.
way. Light ft Power Company asking
it to run the cars which necessarily ,
have had to be re-routed because or
the passing of the old Harrlman
bridge, over a bridge or bridges other
than the Burnside.
It Is said In the communication that
the county now has two competent en
gineers examining the Burnside bridge
with a view to determining its carry
ing capacity and that a report is ex
pected in a few days.
County Judge Cleeton is afraid that
a crush of traffic over the Burnside
bridge, doubts as to the safety of
which have been in existence for some
time, might result In a catastrophe,
and feels certain that in such event
adverse criticism would center on the
County Court. He takes the position
that prevention Is better than cure.
On the other hand he believes the court
could not justly be censured for an
abundance of caution.
Yersin phonetic system.
Singing and violoncello instruction.
MONSIEUR V. DE LORY,
Room G5, Selling-Hirseh Building.
Phone Main 4713.
GttAwnQTi ifUnr C
kjuui mail WluJ
CHURCH DEDICATION IS
TO BE HELD AT KENTON
United Presbyterian Edifice Will Be Formally Put Into Use Today.
Eev. S. Earl DuBois to Preach.
THE Kenton United Presbyterian
Church, erected at Lombard and
Chatham streets, will be dedicated
today. Rev. S. Earl DuBois, of the
Grand-Avenue United Presbyterian
Church, will preach at 10:15 A. M. At
8 P. M. there will be a fraternal union
meeting of all the United Presbyterian
Churches of . Portland, which will be
addressed. by different speakers. Rev.
J. S. Cole, the pastor, will be in charge.
In the evening Rev. Frank D. Imdley,
of the First Church, will preach.
The building is 44x60 feet and is an
attractive structure. It has a full base
ment, and the auditorium will seat
about 800 people.- Rev. Albert Gordon,
superintendent . of missions in the
Synod of Columbia, started the Kenton
Church September 18, 1910. Rev. J. S.
Cole, present pastor, came July 1, 1911,
and the church was organised Febru
ary 11, 1912, in DuPuy hall. The build
ing was Under the supervision of
George Wilkinson, L. C. Wilkinson and
Mrs. J. S. Cole as trustees. The cost
of the church was 15000, exclusive of
the furniture. A fine piano has been
furnished by the young women'B Bible
The work being done by Bishop
Frank W. Warne, of India, in raising
funds on the Pacific Coast for foreign
mission work is only part of a sys
tematic effort extending over the en
tire United States. .Methodist mission
aries from all parts of the world who
were delegates to the general confer
ence In Minneapolis are still In the
United States, having banded them
selves together in a committee of
about 50 members to raise $170,000 to
meet a deficit of two years'- standing
and to increase the offerings of the
Methodist Episcopal Church in the
United States for missions this year to
The Disciples of Christ are also con
ducting a strenuous campaign for mis
sion -funds, their mark being set at
Bishop Warne, of the Methodists,
met the laymen and Methodist min
isters of Seattle Friday, Rev. Richard
J. Cookn, resident bishop of Portland,
being present also. The missionary
situation was fully discussed.
Bishop Warne will be in Portland
again next Tuesday. He will address
the Methodist ministers at a special
meeting at 10:30 A. M. and will speak
to Methodist business men at a lunch
eon at the Y. . M. C. A. From Port
land the bishop will go to San Fran
cisco and Loa Angeles.
Bishop W. S. Lewis, of China, has the
territory of New York and vicinity.
He Is chairman of the special commit
tee of missionaries which is In tne
field to raise the deficit.
Cona-res-atlonalists of Portland held
a rally at the German Congregational j
Church, Stanton and East Seventh
streets. Wednesday night to cement
fraternal relations among the church
members and to lay plana for aggres
sive Christian work. Dr. D. B. Gray,
city missionary of the Congregational
Church, presided. Speeches in Eng
lish were made by George E. Paddock,
state home missionary superintendent.
nd Dr. W. C. Kantner, pastor of the
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r of the
Morrison at Sixth
University Park Congregational
Church. J. J. Staub and W. H. Hopp.
the latter being pastor of the church
in which the meeting was held, spoke
in. German. Mr. Paddock spoke of the
service which Protestantism has ren
dered and of the part Congregation
alism has had. Dr. Kantner told of the
work being done locally by the Con
gregational churches, and Mr. Stauh
reviewed the work of the City Mis
sionary Society. Mr. Hopp's speech
was to the German Congregationalism,
exhorting them to mingle more with
the English-speaking members.
The Christian Endeavor Society of ,
the First Congregational Church will
conduct a service at the County Farm
at S o'clock Sunday afternoon. The
society will be in charge also of the
prayer meeting at the First Church
during the absence of Dr. Luther R. .
Dyott on his vacation.
Pr. J. Lee Mitchell, of Attleboro. Vt..
will occupy the pulpit of the First
Congregational Church today and next
Dr. Randall Phillips, field secretary
of the missionary department of the
Irish Methodist Conference, will spe"k
at Taylor-street Methodist Church th1"
morning. He Is interested in out-of- '
door evangelism at the fairs and mar- "
kets of Ireland. ' "
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R. E. Myers, pastor of the Patlon.
Methodist Episcopal Church, left yes
terday for Hot Lake, where he will
spend a three weeks' vacation. ,
C. C. Rarick, pastor of the Mount
Tabor Methodist Episcopal Church t;is
spending two weeks on his ranch noai:.
Forest Grove. -
C. W. Tenney, vice-president of the
Montana-Washington University at?
Helena, has been spending two weeka;
with his. father and brother at Van,..!-,
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During the month of August, the
First Presbyterian Sunday school fs '
having a series of stereoptlnon lectures
on "The Life of Christ." The slides am
taken from famous pictures on thts
subject, and most of them are beautl--:
fully hand-colored. The lecture this
week will cover the time of "His Grow- ,'
ing Popularity." To illustrate- Bible 1
studies, the public Is invited, each Sun--"
day at 12:10 P. M.
The First Pentecostal Church of the.
Nazarene is holding tent meetings at
Seventh and Couch streets. Among the
speakers of the last week have been
Martha E. Curry, or Massacnusetts,
H. Davis, and Harrv Elliott.
J. K. Greene, D. P., of Constantl- .
nople, will occupy the pulpit of the
Sunnyside Congregational Church this
morning at 11 o'clock. Dr. Greene is a.
veteran among the missionaries in
Turkey. His theme will be, "The Rev
olution In Turkey, and the Outlook and
Opportunity." Tonight the service will
consist of "An Evening With Familiar
Hymns," the singing of which by choir
and congregation will be Interspersed .
with short stories about their authors
and the incidents which led to their
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