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PARENTS OF PUPILS REGRETFULLY;
SEAVIEW, "Wash., Sept. 1. (Special.)
A continuous diminishing of the
groups that gather at traintime to
speed the parting guests denotes the
fact that soon all the Summer visitors
will bo "homeward bound." The trains
daily take away many of the cottagers
and their families, all of whom are
obliged to return to be ready at the
sound of the school gong Tuesday
morning. All, however, are loath to
return home, as the season, which has
been unusually late this year at North
Beach, is Just now at its height. Many
are planning to spend the month of
September here at least that portion
of city residents who have no school
children to make demands on their
The Ladd cottage has been rented by
Pierre du Flon and his niece. Miss Olga
von Destinon, of Portland. They will
be joined by Mr. du Klon's other niece,
Mrs. Robert S. Howard. Jr., and son,
Mr. Howard has been spending a
week with his family at the Shelburne
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Alvord ar
rived Saturday morning and remained
until Monday night.
One of the largest bonfires of the
season in fact, the only really large
one was that for which Mrs. J. C.
Bracher was sponsor Friday evening on
the beach. The usual amusements and
refreshments, as well as music, made
the affair delightful. Several dozen
young folk summering here were bid
den to the festivities.
Miss Vera O'Brien was a visitor for
the week-end at the Hackney cottage.
"Adamless Eden" is the unique name
chosen by a group of girls for their
abode.. They are domiciled for a few
weeks in Dr. George Ainslee's cottage.
The girls are Misses Charlotte Page
ler, Irma Scharpf and Dorothy Peter
eon. Mr. and Mrs. J. C Bracher and sons,
Karl and Allen, are occupying the
"Mooring" for a few weeks. Tlieir
eon, Andrew, of the Medical Corps of
the Third Oregon, spent the week-end
Mrs. Garrett Versteeg is occupying
her cottage, "Seldom Inn." which does
not carry out its title, as the hostess
has had a houseful of merry young
folk for several days. Her guests were:
Helen Salisbury, Lucille Curtley, Bud
Jimery and Richard Ransom.
Rev. Dewart and family are estab
lished in "Crow's Nest."
Miss Van Dycke and Mrs. H. Curtis
are spending a week at Oceaji View
The Johnstone cottage houses Dr. and
Mrs. F. Ball and children.
Martin Schact spent the week-end
with his family at the Shelburne Hotel.
Mrs. I. Wells and daughter are es
tablished in the Nook.
Mrs. I. Townsend is visiting her
daughters, Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Ball.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Runyan are domi
ciled in the Schwartz cottage.
Kred Mohler arrived Sunday and was
a guest of the Harned family at "The
Mrs. F. L. Burke and nieces are late
Lillian and Haldance Harned are pass
ing the Summer in their cottage. "The
Elizabeth Jeffers. who has been at
tending Oregon Normal School at Mon
mouth, is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Violet Danziger, a clever little dancer,
also is a guest at the Harned cottage.
Anita Close, of Ivalama, is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. William Reldt, Jr. (Viola
Thorsen), and the senior. Mr. Reidt ar
rived Saturday for a week-end visit
with the . G-. Thorsen family.
Registered at the Shelburne Hotel
during the week were Mr. and Mrs. A.
B. Fornd, Mrs. William Matthiesen, Mrs.
Cleo C. Herron, Mr. and Mrs..W..P. Mc
ICean. of Walla Walla; Mrs. C. C. Stout.
Mrs. W. C. Wilkes, George Loewenson,
George H. Rogers, Margaret Bueerman,
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kimball and chil
dren, K. Herbring, Mrs. G. H. Houghton,
Dr. Fitzpatrick and Dr. Hurd, of the
North Pacific Dental College, passed a
few days in Seaview early in the week.
Mrs. H. Abt, of Boise, is visiting Mrs.
Owing to the lack of help for the
cranberry crop, which soon will be ripe
for picking, the schools on the Penin
sula will not open until late in Octo
ber. Additional patrons of the week at the
Bunset Hotel include: Louise Gilbert,
Bessie and Rita Snook. Mrs. C. S. Card
'and son, Harry, of White Salmon; Ruth
C. Rawson, Paul D. Whetzel, Fred A.
Allehoff, Louise Allehoff, Leslie Corn
wall, C. B. Whetell. Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
Thomas and daughter, Dorothy, and
Miss Iva Hughes.
. E. L. Hamblett and son. Edwin, ar
rived Saturday, to be the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. M. G. Thorsen.
Patrons of Hackney Cottage during
the week were: Dr. Susie V Standard,
Huntington: Mary Louise Warner, Kan
sas City; Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Imhaus
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. George
Wright, Mrs. Robert Wright and chil
dren, George S. Beert, Mrs. L. W. Levin
son. Mary Van Dycke. Harry E. Van
Dycke, Mrs. H. M. Curtice, of San Fran
cisco: Mrs. John Van Zante. J. itzger-
aid. Mr. and Mrs. Levinson. Dr. and
Mrs. H. R. Biersdorff. Phil Easterday,
Dr. and Mrs. A. Hart. Eimwood. 111., and
Mrs. C. E. Griffiths and Frank McClure.
A unique and charming affair was
the "Toozie" (Scotch term for. an aft
ernoon tea at wnicn meal is "erveaj
The affair was given last week by Mrs. j
Elizabeth Stewart for a number of her
friends. The hostess Is in her 87th
Many " Entertainments Given for
Benefit of Mess Fund.
LONG BEACH. Wash., Sept. 1 (Spe
cial.) Band concerts, jitney dances
and numerous other benefits for the
soldier boys are making the late Sum
mer days at this section most interest
ing and attractive. One of the most
notable of these events given during
the Summer months was the band con
cert Sunday, the Fort Stevens band of
38 pieces playing on the boardwalk dur
ing the afternoon, and in tho evening,
to make enough money to defray their
expenses to Long Beach, the boys were
given a percentage of the Jitney dance.
An orchestra was made up from their
band and the affair proved gala and
most successful financially. The Fort
Stevens men remained over until Mon
day morning. Tuesday night a jitney
dance was given in Sylvan hall for the
benefit of the Ambulance Corps mess
fund. The entire proceeds were clear,
as the hall and music were donated.
Another delightful tribute paid to the
boys in the Ambulance Corps was the
presentation of Army wrist watches to
the lads by Walter Strauhal, whose son
is a member.
Another affair In which the Army
men will share is the Jitney dance to
be given in Work temple. Ilwaco, on
Wednesday night by Claude Kofoed
and Ray Wilkinson.
These are but a few of the affairs
given by the local residents of the pen
insula for the benefit of the rcruits.
The restroom, which has proved a
boon to the visitors of North Beach
this Summer, will close next week for
the Winter. The Misses Selma and
Lena Nixon, of Vancouver, Wash., were
in charge of the room.
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. East and family
are domiciled for a few weeks in Mrs.
Milton York's cottage.
A trio of energetic girls, the Misses
Catherine Bean, Zella and Vera Tay
lor, are enjoying a novel trip through
the beach resorts. They are attired
in hiking garb, carrying light rolls
with their clothing and a daily lunch
eon, arranging each night to reach a
hotel for dinner and sleep. They started
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tenney and fam
ily arrived this week to pass a few
The Misses Ward arrived Sunday
from Portland to spend a fortnight in
the Clover cottage.
Mrs. H. Brazer and son are also new
comers to the beach.
Mrs. William Gilhausen and son and
Miss Olga Pennington, of The Dalles,
will spend September in the Swetland
A. group of relatives who are spend
ing a few weeks here in an attractive
cottage includes Dr. R. L. Parrish, of
Portland: Mrs. Grace Parrish, Kelso,
and Mrs. J. G. Parrish,. of St. Louis.
Mrs. Lambert Dunbar and daughter,
Elizabeth Dunbar, are visitors from the
Far East, coming from Hongkong,
China. They are visiting relatives at
Mrs. P.obert Toung and her daugh
ter ere enjoying a. brief visit in Long
Among the recent visitors to this
beach who registered at the Restroom
are: Mrs. W. H. Duncomb and son, Mrs.
Charles Swanson and son, Joseph A.
Spellman. Mrs. R. M. Babcock. Irma
and. Edna Babcock. Mrs. W. L. Denson.
Mrs. Leonard Mansur. of Knappton;
Mrs. lver Elde, . Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Somo, Jeanette M. Brandberg, Eva M.
Brandberg, Mrs. A. Freeman, Maude
Fryer. Miss Agnes McNamee, Naomi
Golsin. of Denver; Mrs. Fred Stevens
and son Oswald, Annamay Bronaugh,
Nettie V. Drew, Olive H. Zimmerman,
of Fairview; Adeline Bowie, Mrs. Ed
ward Lyons, Ruth Bochi, Millie Barnes,
Hazel McMillen, Edna M. Gregory,
Marjorie Flegel, Mr. and Mrs. H. L
Carlson. GOODBYES SAID WITH REGRET
Opening of School Causes Many to
SEASIDE, Or., Sept. 1. (Special.)
Because of the early opening of school
and because many small feet must be
reshod for the Fall term and clothes
put in order, many reluctant goodbyes
were said in the past three days. The
weather never was more alluring,
gaieties never more abundant, all of
which make it difficult to answer the
call "homeward." In fact, the festivities
are going on with renewed vigor,
picnics form a large part of the daily
calendar, and the call of the great out
doors is keenly felt by early and late
arrivals aike. Many who were unable
to obtain reservations In the hotels
during the past two months, now are
preparing for a whole month of unin
terrupted rest and pleasure at the coast,
cottages are being re-rented for the
early Fall months, and numerous house
parties ar being planned.
This has been a "capacity" season,
and from present indications September
will outrival the Fall months for many
years back. There has been Just enough
of a lull in the week ending today for
a long breath, but the merry throng of
peasure seekers rushes on and the
gaieties roll along with the impetus
gained by the ceaseless, bustling
In SDite Of the drv una nn th flnw.
era are beautiful la size and color, and
Many Visitors at Seaview to Continue Their Vacations Through This Month.
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the vegetable gardens have proved a
blessing and a big financial aid to the
owners. They have materially reduced
the high cost of living, and at the same
time supplied the tables of the resi
dents fortunate enough to be on the
list of customers with, delicious fresh
One of the most successful card par
ties given this season here was that for
whicrt Mrs. Amanda Kerr was hostess
for the benefit of the Church of the
Notre Dame of Victoria, in the K. of P.
Hall. More than $50 was realized frpm
the benefit, and it also was a suceess so
cially. The concert given by Dr. Emil
Enna and a few other celebrities Tues
day in the Strand Theater for the bene
fit of the church was also a big suc
cess. Miss Virginia Drake had charge
of the arrangements.
Mr. and Mrs.' Maurice Goodman and
little daughter, Betty, are sojourning
for September in the Dan J. Malarkey
cottage on the boardwalk.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Windfelder and
the'ir house guests. Frank Brlsley and
Miss Mary Darracott. the latter two
spending, the week-end with the Wind
felders, returned Sunday to town. They
have been occupying the Raffety cot
tage for the Summer.
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Raffety came down
Sunday night to spend several weeks
at their cottage.
Miss Ruth Heller, of San Francisco,
is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
William Heller Ehrman in the Fleisch
Dr. and Mrs. Charles J. Schnabel and
their daughter. Katharine, passed the
week in the C. E. Smith cottage.
Mrs. Fleshman arrived early in the
week to visit her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Guy R. Porter,
and they were Joined over the week
end by Miss Margaret Porter and her
house guest. Miss Margaret Randall, of
Minneapolis, and Miss Isabella Clark.
Miss Dorothy Stine and Miss Janet
Peters were week-end visitors in Sea
side with friends.
Mrs. H. A. Hazeltine and daughter,
FYances, passed a few days in Seaside,
returning Tuesday to town- They have
been summering in their cottage at
Ocean Park, Wash., arriving Saturday
Frank Kiernan also was a visitor
over the week-end in Seaside with Mrs.
David M. Dunne.
Mrs. William A. McMurray and
daughter. Agnes, came down Saturday
with Colonel David M. Dunne for a
brief visit in the latter's cottage. Mrs.
Dunne and the Misses Lucille. Helen,
Gladys and Dorothy and David, Jr., will
leave Monday for home. The family
are very popular in Seaside, and are in
demand for all social functions.
Judge and Mrs. C. B. Latourette. of
Oregon City, passed several days in
Seaside at the Hotel Moore.
Richard Ransom, - son of Frank
Ransom, of the Eastern & Western
Lumber Company, was a visitor here
over the week-end. . He was with a
party of young folk who shared in
the gaieties of the latter part , of the
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Louisson and
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TITE SUNDAY. OREGONIAX, PORTLAND, SEPTEMBER 2,
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children, who have been domiciled in
the Mayo cottage for the Summer
months, returned yesterday to their
borne in Portland. Mrs. Louisson has
entertained a number of delightful
and interesting guests during the
Mrs.. Jack Dolph and mother. Mrs. G.
E. Perringer, of Pendleton, passed the
week at Hotel Moore, returning to
Portland for a few days' visit on Sun
day. Mrs. Dolph is a charming, petite
young matron, and soon will join her
husband, who- is now attached to the
quartermaster's department at Wash
ington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Bair and daugh
ters, Margaret and Alberta, passed the
latter part of the week in Hotel Moore.
Deep regret is being expressed over
the approaching departure of Pere
Lang lard, the much loved and charm
ing rector of the Church of the Vic
tories of Notre Dame, at Seaside. Pere
Langlard has been appointed chaplain
for the ' Third Oregon Regiment and
will leave within a week for Clacka
mas. He is a most earnest worker
for his church and has built up a large
parish through most adverse condi
tions. His strong will and delightful
personality have won for him the as
sistance of all the residents of Seaside,
as well as the Summer visitors, many
of whom spend many hours conversing
in French with the clergyman. His
command of languages makes him a
valuable asset to the Army. There
will be several affairs given in honor
of Pere Langlard before he leaves for
Portland, among which will be a con
cert and banquet, to be arranged
Mrs. Dan J. Moore entertained with
an informal dinner party Monday night
in the Hotel Moore, covers being ar
ranged for six.
Mrs. Charles W. Jones was hostess
for a charming dinner party Sunday
evening, honoring Colonel and Mrs.
David M. Dunne, who left for their
home in town this week.
Mrs. Jones, of Louisville, Ky., who
lately has come to Portland to make
her home, is one of the most popular
young matrons that has summered in
Seaside. Her cottage has been the
rendezvous for many delightful, in
formal assemblages and she has
frequently entertained with teas,
luncheons and dinner parties, as well
as several charming supper and dance
parties. She left this week, with her
attractive young daughters, Adele.
Charlotte. Louise, Caroline and Marion,
for their home in Irvington.
The Misses Martha and Ruth Han
ley, of Astoria, have taken the Cascade
Cottage on Ocean Way. They are en
tertaining a merry houne party of rel
atives and friends.
W. J. Hofmann spent the week-end
with his family in the Niederman cot
.Paul Wesslnger was a week-end vis
itor in Seaside with his family, return
ing Sunday night to town.
Miss Elizabeth Murphey is expected
today to spend Labor day with Miss
Gladys Dunne. Mr. and Mrs. T. Morris
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Dunne and children also will arrive family, Woodburn: L. J". Anderson. Spo
today to remain in the Dunne cottage kane; Mr. and Mrs. F. von Eschen.
for a few weeks. I Salem: Mr. and Mm I. t: rnlm wr,rt
Judge Bennett, of The Dalles, Is so
journing here for a few weeks with his
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grady, who
have been in charge of the evening
dances at the Moore -grill, left Monday
for Portland, and they willatudy for
two weeks with Kossaloff, of tfle Rus
sian Imperial Ballet, in Los Angeles.
They will go early this month to San
Francisco, and first pay a visit to Mrs.
Grady's mother, Mrs. F. E. Harlow, who
is in charge of Mrs. Hinman's studio at
the St. Francis Hotel, while the latter
is in the East. Mrs. Harlow, who was
so popular with patrons of Seaside last
Summer, has been in Palo Alto this
year, assisting her mother, Madame
Foreman Emrich. who also is well
known to Portland folk.
Dr. W. I. Northrup and Walter J.
Rosenfeld motored to Seaside and
passed a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Silverfield were
guests at the Moore for a few days the
latter part or laist week.
Hawthorne Dent, formerly of Port
land, now of Seattle, spent the week
end in Seaside. Mr. Dent during his
residence in Portland was popular in
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Blumauer passed
several days in the Moore Hotel.
Frank McCrillis passed the week-end
with his family at the Moore Hotel.
Additional registrations at Hotel
Moore during the week were: Mrs. J. F.
Shields. Ruth R. Shields. Thomas Aut
zen. Joseph Day, A. R. Cody, H. V. Van
Dusen, R. S. Smith, Judd Loewey, Mr.
and Mrs. S. Silverfield, Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Smith, Roy Hemphill. S. R. Ber
nard. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wood, P. B.
Mechlem. O. Hemphill, Stam Hemphill,
George Bagerley, Ervin Williams, Al
bert Schmidt. Ed O. Flynn. George W.
Philbrook. Mr. and Mrs. E. Isdell, Gil
bert T. Benson, Arthur Ayres, Chester
S. Benson, Mrs. Pamelia F. Benson, Mr.
and Mrs. F. M. Rogers, J. H. Pyle, Mr.
and Mrs. T. D. Phillips, E. Marks. Dr.
W. I. Northrup, Walter J. Rosenfeld, H.
von Borstel, Max Vogt. T. J. Geisler,
Mrs. S. I. Guiss, W. J. Goodrich. Roxy
Stayton. F. S. O'Doinen. Mrs. H. K. Van
Every, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Reidel and
daughter. J. J. Cole, S. C. Rasmussen,
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Blumauer, Mrs. Ches
ter C. Moore, Mrs. Elmer B. Colwell,
F. I. Finley. L. J. Sullivan, Arthur W.
Jones, Mrs. Lee C. Frick, A. O. Ferris,
Jeanette Settler, E. M. Phillips, Mrs.
J. O. Elrod. Lucile and Maurine Elrod,
Mrs. Dorothy Cloud and daughter
Daisy, Miss Olivia Miller. H. B. Beckett;
Edwin A. Robinson. W. C. Oydycke, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Shaw and son. Miss
Estella Dean, W. B. Follette, Fort
Stevens; Mr. and Mrs. M. Bromberg and
baby, Mrs. Alex Donaldson. Mrs.
George M. Cornwall, Gladys Bolton, Ida
Hagadorn. Mrs. A. D. Trunkey, E. J.
Clark. Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Means, Mr.
and Mrs. I. D. Bodine, Mrs. B. Weaver.
James Curran, Mrs. James Curran. E.
W. Dingman, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Magi
son, Arnold E. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. Stettler, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B.
Clark. H. L. Keats, A. Budwill. R. H.
Craddock. Miss Vivian V. Mikle. N. B.
Gregg. Sedonia Shaw, Clara Buchegger,
Captain H. E. Williams, Captain Hal
H. Rasch. E. J. Wendling, Joseph Fox.
Ida Hogaboom, Gladys Bolton, Thenie
E. Draper. Marie Gorman, Sadie Ettel
son. Blanche E. Small. x. E. Gabriel.
Mark Woodruff, Gertrude Churchman.
F. M. Dempsey, Mrs. T. J. Geisler, Miss
Gene Geisler. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mer
cer, Mrs. Harry H. Holzman, Minerva
C. and Harry R. Holzman, Mr. and
Mrs. T. T. Barry, J. C. Barry, all of
Out-of-town patrons include: Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Minton, Wheeler; J. O. Rowe.
Wheeler; M. D. Evans." Mrs. M. H.
Evans, Estacada; M. E. Swift, Town
send; T. E. Swift. Great Falls: H. J.
Deurteuf. Bend; M. M. ScVoelhel-mer,
Oregon City; Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ayre,
Baker; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. 7.effel, Mr.
Paul Wilson, Miss Anna Leffel. Joseph;
Mrs. C. L. Knox, Miss C. Montgomery,
Miss Corinne Smart, Pine Blut'I. Ark.;
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Alvis. Spokane;
Mrs. M. E. Danters. Spokane; H. H.
Phelps, Tacoma; John Maguire. Seat
tle; C. F. Youberg. Denver; Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Sanderson, Spokane; Henry
Z. Johnson. Boise: E. A. Proctor and
FROM THE BEACH
River; James Hawk, Detroit; Louise
snmn, Spokane; Sadie Garrett, Cheney;
Effie R. Pipelow. Walla Walla: L. B.
Gage, Chicago: Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Cot
tlngham. Spokane: Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Shartel. Miss Eleanor Shartel, Neasha,
Mo.; Eulalie Crosby, The Dalles; Mil
dred Bettlnger, The Dalles. Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Farland, Coeur d'Alene,
Idaho: W. M. Bickford, Missoula; Miss
Bickford. Boston; H. A. Miller, H. J.
Overturf, George A. Jones. Bend;
George H. Graves, Salem: Mrs. Frances
Lyons, Miss Grace Lyons. Walla Walla;
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Cunningham. Se
attle: Mr. and Mrs. H. F. McCormick.
St. Helens; J. W. Campbell. Oregon
City; W. A. Winters. Vancouver; H. W.
Dent. Seattle; Miles C. Moore. Luther
Nystrom, Mrs. K. C. Cape. Gussie Cape,
Walla Walla; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bur
ton. Salt Lake; Mrs. G. E. Reynolds.
Mrs. Lucy Robertson, Miss Lucy Rey
nolds, Harrison, Idaho; Mr. and Mrs.
E. Large, Eugene; June Cole, Dorothy
and Tressie Cole, Troy, Idaho: Mrs. S.
N. Campbell." Jackson, Miss.; Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Griffith. Astoria; Mr. and
Mrs. J. Macy Wagener, Kansas City:
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Kugel, Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Emery. Dallas; W. H. Halle
well, Jr.. Los Angeles; J. J. Daly,
Ketchikan: Clara M. Willis. Seattle;
F. R. Stokes. Tenino; Claude M. Billen
berg. Deer Lodge; James O. Dooley,
Miss Elizabeth Matthews is passing
a few weeks with her mother in her
cottage on Third avenue.
Horace Tevis and Jerry Newman
were week-end visitors.
Additional patrons of Necanicum Inn
during the past week were: Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Piatt, Katherine. Ethel and
Miss A. M. James, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Knears and son, Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Boone. Mrs. Thomas Charman. Port
land; Mary Anne Lovett. Mr. and. Mrs.
J. P. Lovett. Helen and Thomas Lovett,
Oregon City; Harriot G. Bates. Mrs.
C. H. Putney. Helen E. and Lawrence
Bates Putney, of Missoula: Gertrude
Jordan, Amy E. Reynolds, Great Falls;
Julia M. Scars. John Dundas, Donald
and Robert. Dundas; Edward Nudel
man, of Spokane; Mrs, L. Buck and
son. Mrs. Harry Peterson and son. Mrs.
George Plenketh, Mrs. A. Erlckson. O.
N. Erickson. of Butte: F. C. Moses, of
Seattle: Mrs. L. F. Wooster. Corvallis;
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Magers. Mrs. George
Roth, Mr. and Mrs. D. Buck and daugh
ter. Mrs. J. K. Weinstein and family,
Miss Vera O'Brien arrived Monday
night to visit for a few days with the
Misses Dunne. She has been visiting
in Seaview over the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund SIchel passed
several days over the week-end as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Louisson.
Mrs. K. McGuffey. of Portland,
passed a fortnight in the Hotel Moore,
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dan J.
Nellis Hamlin, a University of Oregon
man. passed the week in Seaside. He
has been working during the summer
months on Sand Island with a group of
Julius Low, who passed a fortnight
in the Moore, returned Sunday to Port
land. Mrs. W. K. Smith is visiting the Jo
seph Harker Smiths for a week. Mr.
and Mrs. Smith expect to motor back to
Portland today. Miss Josephine Smith,
their daughter, who has been visiting
her aunt. Miss Barbara Bartlett. for a
fortnight at Neah-kah-nie, returned
Monday to her cottage here.
S. W. Ottenheimer and family, who
have been summering in Locksley Hall,
returned yesterday to Portland.
Mrs. Charles F. Berg and charming
little daughter. Caroline, returned yes
terday to Portland, after a delightful
sojourn at Locksley Hall.
Mrs. S. W. Ottenheimer entertained a
group of girls and boys with a bathing
and bonfire party on the beach
Wednesday. The little ones enjoyed
toasting marshmallows and a feast of
goodies after their plunge in the surf.
Visitors Are Still Lured to Cannon
CANNON BEACH. Or.. Sept, 1. (Spe-
clal.) The ideal beach weather still
lures many visitors to this picturesque
locality. Cannon Beach has enjoyed al
most incessant sunshine. Every day at
low tide scores of vacationists motor
or hike down the nine miles of clean,
hard sand, passing Haystack Rock, the
huge coast sentinel towering 190 feet
above the water, the wonderfully at
tractive home of ex-Governor West.
Silver and Humbug Points. Jockey Cap
and Hug Point, the waterfall and
caves, on down to the cape, just north
of which starts the trail to Neah-kah-nie
Mountain, the climb to the summit
of which is the Mecca of hundreds of
Mrs. H. Lv Lee and daughters. Misses
Violet and Charlotte, of Portland, are
spending a short time in Elk Creek
F. R. Cook and wife are at the War
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Prael have re
turned to Portland after a pleasant
Misses Ethel and Jean McKercher, of
Portland, are at the Warren Hotel.
Mrs. Ida A. Kidder, of Corvallis. was
the dinner guest of Miss Blanch Claus
meier and Miss Rae Atherton in Elk
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McWaters and
son Walter are late arrivals at Sunset
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fox and daughter,
Miss Hilma, are occupying their Sum-
Strm? ofo? Tom Cod jzc
mer home and have as their guest Miss
Helen Mulcahy. of Spokane.
Miss Mary Pauline Lee is a recent
arrival in Elk Creek Park.
Miss Mary Alice Holman, supervisor
of music at McMinnville. is in Elk
Creek Park with her sister, Mrs. H. B.
Cornell, of Boise, Idaho.
The Boy Scouts, of Astoria, are late
arrivals in Tolovana Park.
Mr. and Mrs. William McDonald and
family of two children, of Miles City.
Mont., are spending two weeks north of
Mrs. R. L. Schultz is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ball, at
Ocean View Point on Seal Rock Beach.
Mrs. O. G. Hughson and Mrs. F. H.
Flemming are with Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam Burdette Lutz, . comfortably en
camped in Spruce Grove.
E. E. White and family, of Browns
ville, are enjoying a brief vacation
,Mrs. James Morgan, of Albany, N. T..
and nephews, Robert and Alan Morgan,
are enjoying the beach diversions for a
Among the recent visitors motoring
from Astoria were Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Dunbar, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lounsbury.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. A. Calloway and Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Snow.
Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Sommer. of Port
land, are occupying their Summer cot
tage near Silver Point.
J. B. Fisher and Mrs. Fisher, of Port
land, are pleasantly ideated in one of
the. Scheiber cottages.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Moffatt and Eve
lyn Toung are pleasantly housed in
Miss Tucker's "Blue Birds Nest."
Mrs. A. B. Combs and Mrs. Robert
Sllknltter are at the Summer home of
Mrs. Mae McFarland.
-. Mrs. E. H. Ingham and family are
encamped in the grove here.
Prominent among the vacationists at
Arcadia are Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Bird.
Mrs. Hinmers and family and Miss
Elmay McGuire, of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Powell who have
been passing the season at Elk Creek
will soon build a fine Summer home on
the bluff overlooking the sea. Harry
Dakin has the contract.
Mrs. H. O. Howard and daughter are
visiting Mrs. E. C. Jones in one of the
Scheiber cottages for an indefinite stay.
Mrs. M. Hogg and children, Russell
and Elizabeth, Mrs. J. J. Edwards and
Miss Gertrude Shaw, of Portland, and
Miss Helen Edwards, of Sacramento,
Cal., are also housed in - one of the
Mr. and Mrs. F. von Escheman. Mr.
and Mrs. G. B. Gray and C. B. Clancy,
all of Salem, are here for a pleasant
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Forest and
daughter Jean, of Portland, are spend
ing their vacation at Elk Creek.
Frank S. Myers, postmaster, and son
R. L. Myers, of Portland, have arrived
here for a short sojourn.
Mr. and Mrs. Plowden Stott. Mr. and
Mrs. George E. Shaver and Mr. and Mrs.
C. G. Hayden are among the recent
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plympton and
daughter Hazel, are in their cottage.
Dr. and Mrs. King and family, of
Pendleton, are comfortably housed in
the T. O. Bird neighborhood for the
Aline M. Tenneson. of North Yakima,
and Miss Florence Tenneson. of Port
land, are spending a few days here.
Miss Margaret Soehl, of La Center.
Wash., is a late arrival in Elk Creek
Susan E. Challis, of Mountain Home.
Idaho, is one of the recent visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. J. Burton, of Salt
Lake City, are sojourning here for a
Mrs. C. L. Hogue and Miss Dorothy
Hogue are recent arrivals here.
Among the Pendleton persons here
are C. S. Wheeler and family. Dr. W. D.
McNary. Mrs. J. H. D. Gray and H. and
G. A. Hartman.
The Warren Hotel register includes:
From Portland, Mrs. W. S. Bridges.
Beulah Bridges. Anne Bitzer, Margaret
Barbare. J. M. Healey, Mr. and Mrs. S.
B. Barker and children. Mrs. Jacobson.
Mr. and Mrs. James Curran, Mrs. F. B.
Kendall. Miss F. O. Kendall. Kendall
Cobb, Gertrude Churchman. E. B. Mc
Naughton. 1. B. Rhodes. C. H. Beebe.
Miss Suzanne Applegate. Miss Emma
Applegate, Mrs. A. M. Rossman. Floy A.
Rossraan and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Don
nell; Vincent Circle, Astoria; Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Nunn. Salem; Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Ulico, Seattle; Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Klff and daughter. Spokane; Mrs.
Mannington and Miss Mannlngton.
Wauna; W. R. Turner. Adair, la.; Sadie
E. Blair. Seattle; Mrs. P. J. Vial. Miss
Clarice Vial, Miss Leonie Vial and Her
bert Vial, PrindLe. Wash.; Elizabeth S.
Hamman and Mabel Hamman. Echo,
Or.; Vinetta E. Tribolet, Baker; Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison and son. Baker; Mrs. W.
B. Fortune, Chicago; W. B. Fortune.
Fort Stevens; L. C. Arnold. Spokane; C
C. Andrews, Spokane; J. W. Mathews,
Kansas City: Everett W. Dye, Oregon
City; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fulton, Astoria;
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gallen and Mr. and
Mrs. L. VanDusen, Astoria.
GAIETIES RULE AT GEARHART
Voungstcrs Come In for Their Share
GEARHART, Or., Sept. 1. (Special.)
"Babies, golf and visitors." three per
fectly charming reasons, make Gear
hart t as alluring and attractive as It
is. The diversions are not limited,
however, to the trio mentioned, but
they are the most important and fur
nish the chie.f topic of conversation.
Of course, the sweaters, the word sug
gesting a vast and apparently endless
amount of work, come in for a
thorough discourse and competition as
to which worker can complete the
greatest number of garments for th
Army or Navy makes the fingers and
knitting needles fly!
Babies and children are as busy a
the grownups making forts and Kaiid
castles and wading in the little crab
holes. Horsehack riding for the older
children, that is children from 6 years
up, is one of the most popular and Im
portant parts of the daily schedule. Re
grets afready are being expressed over
the approaching departure of James
Nicol, who plans soon to return t(