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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1915)
HAMPTON SINGERS ARE
BILLED FOR THIS WEEK
School for Negroes Has Chorus of 900 Voices From Which Pick Will Play
at San Francisco Plantation Melodies to Be Heard. v
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 520. or Automatic, A 6091. Information will gladly.be given. Lit
erature of interesting points furnished Time Cards, Beach and Mountain Resort literature. The Orego
man asks the names and addresses of tourists tor publication. Enclose your business card with names of
your party to Summer Resort Dept., The Oregohian, Portland.
TIIE SUNDAY OREGONIAN. PORTLAND, JUNE 20, 1915.
INFORMATION FOR TOURISTS
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TYPE OK CHARACTKH SIIOWX IX FAMOUS MOTIOV I-rCXURES OF"
THE OLD SOUTH, TO BU SHOWN AT THE UlilLlti. .
THE coming' of the famous Hampton
Singers for a three days" engage
ment at the Heilig- Theater next Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday lias aroused
interest in the bis industrial institute
at Hampton Koads, Va., which was
founded at the close of the Civil War
by General Samuel Chapman Arm
strong." Not the least Important part
of the work done at Hampton is the
training of tho bigr clioral of 900 voices
and the picked musicians from this
choral are the lingers who are cominff
to Portland for a limited engagement,
previous to a run of two months in the
Palace of Kducation at the Panama
Pacific exposition, where they are the
only fiingers of their kind invited to
sing at the Fair.
The Institute, so beautifully located
near Old Point Comfort, was designed
to instruct negro youth in morality,
industry and thrift, as well as in earn
est and practical Christianity. From a
humble beginning: Hampton Institute
has gradually developed into an indus
trial village, with 1500 students, 200
teachers and other workers, more than
136 buildings and an instruction farm
of 600 acres. Hampton has sent forth
more than 8000 men and women
equipped to earn honorable livings as
teachers, farmers and skilled trades
men. Booker T. Washington was grad
uated from Hampton In3titute. Hamp
ton, which is neither a state nor a Gov
ernment school, depending largely upon"
voluntary contributions for its support,
has received the hearty indorsement of
well-known public men and educators.
Tho Hampton Singers have met with
success all along the tour.
CLASS GETS DIPLOMAS
mi:d.ls awarded, too, at mount
Alumni Hold Reunion After Commence
ment and Several New 3Ieni
lers Are Added.
The 2Sth annual commencement of
Mount Aagcl College was held last
Wednesday morning and the annual
alumni reunion took place that even
ing. Frank T. Collier, of Portland, ad
dressed the gradualct;. Archbishop
' t-'bristie conferred the diplomas. The
graduates are: Bachelor of arts
Joseph Friedman, Joseph Heesaker and
J. J. Klingel.smith : academic depart
ment. Frederic Fritz, Julius . Kom
merich. Kail May, Kdwin &proul and
leo Walsh; commercial department,
John Cook, Albert Herboth, Fred Kruse,
Gregory Tashek. Joseph Weishaar and
Krnest Kckerlen. The A. N. Palmer
penmanship certificates were awarded
to 28. An "A" sweater was awarded to
Gold medals were received as fol
lows: Senior department, general ex
cellence, Frank Jjeipsig. donor Arch
bishop Christie; Christian doctrine.
Kdwin Mayer, donor Rt. Rev. Abbot
'Flacidus; history, Joseph Heesaker,
donor Mount Angel Court, Knights of
Columbus; elocution, Willia Morgan,
donor Rev. A. Fischer, of Heattlc.
Junior department, general excellence.
Walter MofTenbier. donor Rt. Rev.
Charles J. O'P.eilly; shorthand, John
Cook, donor Albert Gallant; spelling.
Joseph Weishaar, donor St. Mary's
parish. Mount Angel: Knglish, John
Friedman, donor Rev. J. Cummisky.
In the evening the alumni started
the annual reunion with a business
meeting. The officers elected are:
President, Joseph Forestel; vice-jresi-lents,
J. P. Kavanaugh, Father Coftello,
J. P. Doyle. Father Waters. Father
Fischer and Frank Coleman; treasurer,
Joseph Pi Keil; secretary. Father
Thomas: sergeant-at-arms. Daniel Mc
Gill. About 15 new members were en
rolled. - Umbert DeMartinl was toastmAster
at tho banquet. Father Waters, of
Astoria, responded with an encomium
on a certain alumnus recently grown
notorious by his trip to Germany and
his return to Oregon, where he has
since been active in . defense of the
Kaiser. Father Gregory followed with
impressions of Pope Benedict XV. Fred
Surer spoke on - "Alma Mater"; Karl
Herbrirur responded with reminiscences
and louis Sanders with "The Pacific
By way of introducing Very Rev. F.
Adclhelm Odermatt, founder of the col
lege, the toastniaster saidt "In this finite
world all- things have a limit, levity
has played its part and must end and
dignity and nobility have their turn."
Father Adelhelm said that when he
arrived in Oregon from Switzerland 33
years ago Mount Angel was a town
without a house and that where the
college now stands thoro were two
Indian graves. There was a recita
tion by Karl Massey. a song by George
Seuberls and selections by the glee
club. Father Dominic accompanying on
ILLINOIS VETERANS ELECT
Many Members Attend Grand Army
Kiicnmpiiient ut McMlnnvilfc.
About 52 members of the Illinois
Veteran Association attended the an
nual encampment of the Grand Army
of the Republic at McMinnvillo June
14 to 16.
Officers were elected and Include tht
following: L. ' Rossall, of 6915 East
Seventy-second street South, Portland,
Or., member of Company F. Fifteenth
Illinois Volunteer Infantry, command
er, C. H. Welch, 174 East Seventy-first
street, Portland, member of Company
F, Fortv-fifth Illinois Volunteer In
fantry, Senior vice-commander; Oscar
F. McTosch. Prescott. Wash., Company
G. Second Li'ht Artillery, junior vice
commander; T. E. Hills. Garden Home.
Company I. Thirty-fourth Illinois Vol
unteer Infantry, officer of the guard;
R, C. Markee, 618 Prescott street. Com
pany A. Thirty'-fourth Illinois Volun
teer Infantry, treasurer; W. J. Gard
ner, Independence, Or.. .Company A,
Seventy-fifth Illinois Volunteer Infan
FIVE GRADUATES-FROM THE HOLY NAMES NORMAL SCHOOL
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From Left to Rlglit They Are - Miss Catherine Springer, Mlsa Alice
Stennic, Mlsa Bertha Hendricks, Miss Lanra Stcnnic nod Miss Mildred
The annual commencement of the Holy Names Normal School of
Oswego took place Friday night at the Lincoln High School, in connec
tion with tU. Mary's Academy and College. With the 23 graduates front
the academy, four from the college and five from the normal school, the
classes of 32 gave a splendid programme.
COLUMBIA RIVER HIGHWAY.
A scenic drive of rare beauty,
built along the south shore of iti
Columbia River. a distance of more
than 40 miles from Portland. A
teriea of remarkable waterfalls,
rugged peak and deep canyons are
among the attractions.
Hlllcrea Pflu A hillside motor
drive of unsurpasaed beauty. About
on hour's drive. Best time just at
sunset, but most beautiful vitw of
city and mountains at all times.
Washington St., at Teeth.
SEATING CAPACITY 450
jA Few Specials
Baked Salmon. 25C
Baked Halibut 25
Fried Spring Chicken SOc
Cracked Crab 350
Strawberry Shortcake 250
Raspberries and Cream ISO
Columbia . River Excursions
Steamers leave Portland daily in
the Summer season up the scenle
Columbia. A trip of unsurpassed
beauty. It is posaibl to travel on
way by rail and the othor by water.
Steamers go as far east as Th
Dallas. 100 mile from Portland.
Portland Helarata C Council Crt
100 feet above the city. Take
Council Crest car on Washington
street; time, 30 minutes each way.
Wonderful view of the city acd
Eatacads, CaMdcro, Ball Raa cars
leave First and Alder every four
hours, dally and Sunday, every hour
as far as Greaharu. Good points for
Rockarray Beach Elmore Parle.
Garibaldi Beach and Tillamook .
beaches reached by train In a few
hours. Splendid beach and good
The- Hotel You
The ideal hotel for you to stay
at while id Portland.
VISIT OUR ROOF GARDEN
SPACIOUS DINING - ROOM,
Where youll enj$y the "differ
ent" home cooking.
Under the personal management
A. S. HOGUE, Owner-Manager.
Eleventh and Washington Sta.
Call First and Alder or Traffic
MarshaU 5100. A 613L
P. R, L. & P. Co.
MOUNT BOOT) RESORTS.
Cloud Cap lata is a delightful r
treat. 6090 feet above aea level, on
a sheltered spur of the very moun
tain Itself, and IS located lust at the
tipper edge of timber ilne.
' The trip to the inn usually la mad
Dy rail to Hood River and tbonce by
. stage. The round-trip rate. Includ
ing all traveling expenses, is 1 12.59.
Service begins July 1 and continues
to September 15.
Electric car line to Boring. 34
miles; automobile to Welch's. Rho
dodendron and Tawney's. round trip
from Portland. $7.75. Same aa above
with horse atage all th way. S5.75.
Wrick's, Rhododeadroa aad Taw.
aey'a are located on th south side of
the mountain. Automobile from
Portland to either resort, round trip,
Clataoai Beach Reaorta -Reached
by th S. P. & S. Railroad. A de
lightful trip to th. Paclfio Ocean
resorts good hotels good bathing
and fishing. A four-hour ride by
train down the majestic Columbia
River. See the aaimon canuerlea at
White Salmon Valley. aad Vicin
ity A wonderfully scenic ride over
the North Bank Railroad or by ex
cursion 'ateamer. On the blutfa
overlooking the Columbia River are
resorts with scenery- rivaling tb
Alps. At Carson. Collins and Stev
enson are hot springs resorts. Mount
Adams and Trout Lake are reached
from White Salmon by a short stag
or auto Journey.
Parka Washington Park, htti ot
Washington street, with small so
and aviaxy. Take any car west on
Washington street excepting Six
teenth; fare o cents. Celebrated
statue. "Coming of the White Man."
also "Sacajawea." Excellent view
of the city:
. Don't fail to see Portland's fa
mous rosea. You can see them by
observation cars, sightseeing buses
cr by special autos.
Lumber Mill Close inspection of
one of our largest sawmills granted
free to visitors upon presentation
of permit to be bad from Portland
Chamber of Commerce. No. C Fifth
We develop and print your films
or plates the day you hiring
them in. Our Photo Supply iStore
la complete in every new and
worthwhile photo requisite.
Woodard, Clarke & Co.
VVuOJlarl Hid IX- A al-- aa A.' .i,
Dorsy B- Smith,
116 THIRD STREET
, We furnish tickets and
regarding all points of
interest mentioned on
Portland's ' Greatest Amusement
I'ark SO Acre of Rosea. Port
land's Uiory. Matchless Usui
. A Beauty Spot. .
Zs30 P. M. AXD 8:30 P. M.
Orchestral Concert and Prima
Donna. Boston Troubadoura in
. a American Consul."
Show Free. Admission to Park
lO Ceols Express Cars. Pirst and
Alder. Cratx. Launches, Morrl
KUu Bridge, 1U Ceata.
170 ELEVENTH STREET.
Between Morrison and Yamhill.
Clean, Quiet and Respectable,
Desirable Downtown Location.
Kates SI. With Private Bath $110
Week S3: With Private Bath SO.
Freight and Paeaangsv
GIEAAIICKS TO THIS OAIXES
and Way Landings
JLaaves Portland daily at 7 A- M. ac
cept bunday aud Monday. Sunday ex
cursions to Cascade Locks leave t
Leaves Portland Tuesday. Thursday
aaa Saturday at 8:S0 A. at.
Sunday Cascade Locks exrurshm 9 1.0S
Fare to The Uallea and return S2.S0
llaka reservations for stock and
AXX1KK-STKKET 1XCK, POKT-A
Phones Mala S14. A 6111.
for rent at Elmore Park (on
Tillamook Beach). The Melrose,
Evergreen, Wilson, Tart, and
Roosevelt cottages, all new and
modern. Suitable for two fami
lies, at J45 a month. The Sham
rock and Oramac at SI. 00 a day.
for further information address
V. Ij. LINDSAY. Rockaway, Orci
14" r" A ,T
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A. Wise. Prop,
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Uur V lew Hotel
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON AT BAR VIEW, OR.
Under management of Dr. W. A. Wise. Comfortable rooms,
excellent table, a delightful resort, surf bathing, hunting,
fishing, etc. Weekly rates reduced 25 per cent until July 1.
For particulars, call or phone WISE DENTAL CO., 211 Fail
ing bldg. A or M 2029.
IN POINT OF TIJHE
Is the Nearest to Portland of Any
Coast Resorts a Four-.llour
Trip Along; the Lower
CLATSOP BEACH RESORTS,
GRARHART AAD SEASIDlE, MA Y
BE VISITED IN 0E DAY.
ROUND TRIP, FROM PORTLAND
SEASHORE LIMITED. . .8:30 A. M.
WliElv-liM) SPECIAL. .2:00 P. M.
Stop Over en Route to or
From California Expositions.
Parlor Car Seats.
Tickets and In
Fifth and Stark
Oldest resort In 'the Mount Hood
district. Good water, airy bunsalowa,
excellent cutolne. hunting, flshlns.
horseback riding, etc. Rates per
day. 110 per week.
W. K. WELCH. Prop.
Welch's P. O., Oregon.
MT. HOOD AUTO STAGES
raily to Mt. Tlood resorts 8 .. Ma
Itound trip Oov. Camp $7.50.
Special rates for wppk end and climb
ing parties. Information, reservations
and tickets ftt
KOl'TLKDGE tiKKO VI.OKAL CO.
169 3d Si. Main 50.ri, A .1X11.
Ur lrvingtort Garage, Kami lio.
TAWNEY'S MOUNTAIN HOME.
Formerly Maaldlng'a Hotel.
Ideat spot. Hunting, fishing, camp
ing privileges, saddle horsaa, home
cooking, etc.. (2 per day, 10 per
week. Sunday chicken idlnner, 16e.
Large Independent bungalows for
tbose who prefer tbam.
F. H. Tawney, Prop., Welch's P. O.. Or.
Paved streets, mountain water.
sewers, bathinsr. fishing-, other
attractions. Most scenic railroad
rip in Uiecon.
Separate small residences com
pletely furnished: electric lights,
water, fuel, laundry free: two
beds: rates $10 per week: $18 two
weeks; $30 month. All you neeu
take is your suitcase.
The natatorium Is finest on roast. Warm sea water. Only wave-making
device in America. Just like the ocean. For information and reserva
tion j apply . ' : -
T. B. POTTER REALTY CO.
THERE IS NO TRAVELING
LIKE A GOOD BOOK
Improve your time or enjoy the
best fiction. Get your book at
The J. K. Gill Co, Booksellers.
Stationers and Complete
SOL DUC HOT SPRINGS AND
the greatest health and pleasure
resort on the Pacific Coast, in the
heart of the Olympic .Mountains,
open for the season. For full
The Manaeer. Sol Due. Wash.
THE MOUNT HOOD. Hood Hirer. Or.
Hood Hirer's Leading Hotel.
ICspeclally equipped fur dummcr guests.
Kine view overlooking Columbia Klver
and Cascade Mountains. Nearest K. K.
point for parties wlatllng to vlait Mount
Hood and Cloud Cap Inn. Convenient to
It. K.. host and ferry lines. Rooms wlta
and without bath. Dining-room service a
la carte. Rates SOo to $1.60 per day. Ac
commodations can be reserved by mall,
wire or phone. C. A. Bell. Proprietor.
OREGON CITY RIVKIt EXCURSION
Sunday trips, leave Tayior-St. dock 9 A.
M.. l:':DO and 3:30 P. M. Boat stops at
Oak drove, Cedar Island. Magonea l'arle,
picnic prrounda. Leave Oregon City. 10:30
A. M., i P. M.. 5:30 K M. Hound trip 40c.
Phone M. 40.
.n Hotels 10.O0O IloomK.
Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, San Fran
cisco, Los Angeles, San Diego. Before
visiting these cities secure reservations
at special rates -with bus tickets, front
uri, and avoid inconvenience. Office 824
Morgan bldif. Phone Mnin ,03". Ask for
booklet. THE KOAD TO COMFOKT.
SWASTIKA AUTO SKBVICB.
Stage to ML Hood
Stage leaves daily from New Per
kins Hotel at 8 A. 3d. and S P. M.
Rapid, safe and courteous service,
Telephone for Reservations la Ad
vance. Tabor S796.
The Ideal He.-.lth and Recreation
Summer Cottnsre and Canning,
a, CARSON, WASH. -
RHOIIODENDKON HOTEL "
47 Miles on Mount Hood Anlo Kad.
The (lneat mountain resort in Ore
gon. Dally rates $3, weekly $12.00 and
up. Special rates to families for tie
Summer months. Saddle horses, lan
tennis, croquet. finest fiahliis nd
bunting grounds. Our own dairy, pout
try and garden truck. Ulectrlc fight,
telephone. For dally auto stages,
phone Main M)&6 or Kast 183.
Emil 1 ranxettl. Prep., Kuwe, Oresoa.
The onlv hotel on the beach front.
Good fishing, hunting and surf bath
ing; unsurpassed table, excellent
servloe; large airy rooms and bunga
lows. Auto sta meets all trains.
P. O., Ecola, Or. M. S. Warren. Prop.
A Scenic Summer Resort for Dis
Illustrated Booklet Free.
Bjl t;. W. J. If r.t KrJ If r.
3 Wlilt. Snlmnn. U'uhliiirta..
Ttiat lllshtful Beaoh Hume.
Tlil-; ELMO UK.
At Elmore park. European oniy.
IarR-e, comfortable rooms amidst
homt-like kurroiiDdlngs. Uroad ver
andas, sun porches, overlooking Mie
ocean. Katpa $1 -er day (one or two
persons.) Excellent dining service, a
la. carte, in connection. Make res
ervations by phone or malt,
T11K KLMURE, Uockanay, Oreeou
LINNTON PLAN OPPOSED
COUNCIL WOt'LD LET CONTRACT
FOR SKYLINK BOULEVARD.
Portland ComBnlssloners to Ask Delay,
and Contractor Mar Be NotiBed If
Work la Ordered.
Having received information to the
effect-that the City Council of Linnton
Intends to let a contract Tuesday for
the construction of the last section of
the skyline boulevard, and to enter into
other contracts, members of the City
Council of Portland will attend the
Ltinnton Council meeting and ask that
the action be deferred until after Linn
ton officially becomes a part of Portland
on July 8. '
The Portland Council held a meeting
yesterday and it was suggested that
there might be some irregularities in
the proceedings, and that the Linnton
Council should defer action until the
Council of Portland has 'time to look
into the estimates and the engineering
phases of the work. If the Linnton
Council refused to heed the wishes of
the Portland officials, it is planned by
the Council to notify the contractor
receiving the bid for the work that the
City Council of Portland may refuse
to accept the work when completed.
The action by the Portland Council
was taken as a result of an investiga
tion by R. E. Kremer., chief of the
Municipal Bureau of Highways and
Bridges, He recommended that the City
Council of Portland look into the Linn
ton boulevard proposition before agree
ing to the award of a contract by the
Linnton Council. Linnton will become
part of Portland July 8. v
POWER PLANTS INSPECTED
Forest Service ICnglnecr Pleased
AYitli Oregon Projects.
T. 'W. Norcross. assistant chief engi
neer, Forest Service, Washington. D. C.
who has been spending several days in
Portland, left last night, with district
Engineer Lundgren, for the Puget
Sound region, where they will visit
various projects and hold conferences
with officials of power plants and of
On his "Western trip Mr. Norcross has
spent some time) in California, and has
also gone over several power develop
ments in Washington and Oregon and
some projects which various compa
nies desire to develop. He has visited
the Portland Railway, Light & Power
Company's plants at Oregon City. Caza
dero. River Mill and Bull Run, and also
the conduit plant of the Northwest liiec
trie Company on the White Salmon
River. He expresses himself as favor
ably Impressed with the development
everywhere, and especially with the
River Mill and conduit plants.
In speaking of the Oregon City plant.
Mr. Norcross said that at the conven
tion of the National Electric Light As
sociation in San Francisco last week,
it was proved that the plant originally
constructed and operated at Oregon
City was the f)rst water power plant to
generate alternating current for trans
mission to a distant point.
MRS. HASKELL IS HEARD
Dramatic Keader Assists In Pro
gramme at Gillespie School.
Fenetta Sargent Haskell, dramatic
reader, interpreted George Middleton's
comedy, "Nowadays," at the Gillespie
School of Expression last Monday night.
Mrs. Haskell came west from Mis
souri in the interest of the aDeech arts
convention held at the Panama Ex
position in San Francisco and on June
3 read "David Copperfleld," in the Mis
souri building. for the International
Dicktn's Fellowship Society of which
she Is a charter member.
Mrs. Haskell is the house guest of
Mrs. G. J. Frankel during; her visit
She will give a dramatic reading of
Victor Hugo's masterpiece, "Lea Miser
ables," Monday morning, June 21, at 11
o'clock, in the ballroom of the Mult
nomah Hotel for which invitations hove
been issued by Mrs. Frankel and lira.
Herbert Garr Reed.
IDLE CENSUS PROPOSED
LIFK DSCRANCK COMPANY ACTS AT
Object to Ciet Data Willi Which to
Prarctd on Plans for Ini prov
ing Present Conditions.
With a view to working ou some
plan witereby the percentage of un
employed in the cities of the United
States may be decreased and condi
tions among the working classes thus
improved, a census of the unemployed
is to be taken in Portland and other
cities of the Pacific Coast for ' the
United States Department of Labor.
The census is to be taken by the Metro
politan Life Insurance Company work
ing In each case through Its branch
offices. Preparations for beginning im
mediately the work in Portland were
arranged at a gathering held yesterday
morning at the headquarters of the
company in the Yeon building, at which
Dr. Lee K. Frankel. of New York City,
sixth vice-president of the company,
met with the clerks and officials.
The Metropolitan Life Insurance
Company has just completed similar
censuses taken in 13 of the larger cities
of the East, including New York City,
Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Minne
apolis, 'St. Paul and St. Louis. The first
census was made of New York City
and it promised to be of such value
that the Department of Labor asked
the company to continue the work,
covering practically all the large cities
of the United States.
Dr. Frankel was In Seattle and Ta
coma before coming to Portland and
arranged for the taking of the census
in those cities. He left last night for
the South. The work in Portland will
be in charge of Alfred T. Bonney.
Lebanon G'rls Enjoy On 11 rig.
. LEBANON, Or., June 19. (Special.)
"The Lone Star Campfire" la the first
group of Campfire Girls to organize
in Ijebanon, Miss L. May Rauch, teacher
In the South School, is guardian of the
camp. The Campfire Girls take
frequent "hikes" over the surrounding
country, and have just returned from
a week's outing at Waterloo, situated
on the Santiarn River, live miles east
Toteilo School Teachers Chosen.
CENTRALIA, Wash., June 19. (Spe
cial.) The Toledo School Directors, at
their meeting this week, raised the in
terest on school warrants from 6 to 8
per cent. The Board argues that the
warrants at 6 per cent cannot be sold
without discount. The Board also em
ployed its teachers for next year as fol
lows: W. F. Bailor, principal; Miss 'A.
May Meighen, assistant principal; Mar
shall Clnpp, Fred Martin and Mrs. Jes
sie II. P.ailor.
'ENGLISH AS SHE IS WROTE" IX JAPAN.
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SIGN OVER A TOKIO HATTER'S SHOP.
W. E. .Prudhomme has received recently from his friend, Neil Bray,
who has just returned from the Client, a striking sample of "Englieh
as she is wrote" by Japanese sign writers.
A Japanese hatter and tailor in Tokio informed Mr. Bray that he
had paid a handsome sum to hae his sign translated into English.
The somewhat etriking result of the translation was as follows:
"The color has faded to deepen. To extract color, to deepen, of
wool. A oldtell hat & a felt hat to reduild to tipe. A summer hat to
Over the entrance of another store dealing in whale products, tho
sign was: 1
"Whale and all relating to it am sold."
A tailor's sign read: "Tailor to wet resistant cunt."
A furrier's store bore the startling information: "Ladies' ti
skins made up."