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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAX, PORTLAND, JUNE 25, 1923
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VllHbLU Hi I CAhD
Senate Candidate Defends
Robert L. Henry,' ex-ODeader in
Congress, Declares Motives of
Ku Klux Are High.
BT MARK SULLIVAN.
(Copyright, 1922, by New York Evening
Post. Inc. Published by arrangement.;
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 24.
(Special.) The Texas senatorial pri
mary, in which the Ku Klux Klan
has come openly and strongly to the
front, will be held on the 18th of
next month. The sitting senator,
Charles A. Culberson, Is a candidate
for re-election. He has come out
squarely against the Ku Klux Klan.
Robert 1m Henry is seeking Senator
Culberson's seat and is seeking it
as a defender, exponent and leader
of the Ku Klux Klan.
That the public outside of Texas
may realize the size this issue has
come to have in Texas, it should be
added that this Ku Klux Klan can
didate is a man of importance in his
state. He has served 20 years in
congress and in the course of that
service came to positions of high
leadership both in congress and in
the national organization of the
Klan Is Defended.
Because of the interest and im
portance of this .senatorial contest
and because in various sections of
the country the Ku Klux Klan is
becoming more widespread as an or
ganization and a more frequent ele
ment in politics, it will be useful
and informative to print the follow
ing extracts from one of Mr. Henry's
campaign speeches V
'What is the Ku Klux Klan about
which we hear so much? I am going
to tell you. The tenets of the Chris
tian religion. This does not mean
that you must be a Christian to join
the klan, but it does mean that you
must believe .that the Christian re
ligion is right. We are for Chris
tianity. I believe in Jesus Christ.
We believe in Jesus Christ. The
klan believes in Christianity.
"And the klan believes in 'white
supremacy' that is, that the Anglo
Saxon white race shall forever be
supreme in this republic.
Negro Equality Opposed.
"The klan does not believe in ne
gro equality. There are many of us
old-fashioned folks who still believe
that the white man is just as good
as the negro, if not a little bit bet
ter. There are citizens throughout
this country who believe in social
equality, some of them white, but
I do not nor do the people of Texas
and this part of the country believe
in it, nor will they ever accept
such a doctrine as 'negro social
"The klan believes in 'closer rela
tionship between capital and labor,'
and we believe that capital ought
to be brought closer to labor, and
that the disputes between capital
and labor should be lessened; that
something ought to be accomplished
In that direction. The klan does not
believe that there should be any
class legislation or that the labor
ing man should be arrayed against
the wealthy class or the moneyed
classes of this country. Both are
necessary for the existence of each
other and therefore the klan has
FRENCH COURTS OBJECT TO
MANY AMERICAN DIVORCES
Actual Residence to Be Required and Applicant Also Must Explain
Why Change Is Made.
PARIS, June 24. (By the Asso
ated Press.) American law
yers in Paris are being deluged
with inquiries as to the procedure
necessary to obtain a divorce in
French courts, the correspondence
being provoked by the number of
'divorces of Americana which have
been granted in France recently.
The absolute secrecy with which
decrees are obtained appears to be
the features that attracts, but
French judges are beginning to set
their face against the growing prac
tice of Americans of liquidating
their family troubles in France.
The courts .stand firmly on two
statutory provisions that the ap
plicant must, have a real residence
In Paris, not a mere make-believe
residence, and that legal reason
must- exist wny the applying Ameri
can was unable to procure a divorce
in his or her own country.
Secrecy is guaranteed by the laws
prohibiting publication of details
that are connected with divorce
Victor or vanquished, Wimbledon
will be the last singles tournament
for Mile. Suzanne Lenglen, unless
she changes her mind. She is de
termined to wipe out her defeat at
Forest Hills at the hands -of Mrs.
Molla Bjurstedt Mallory, the Amer
ican champion, after which her
father has ordered her to abandon
singles tournament play. She said
recently to a friend: "I don't want
to give the American correspondents
another chance to shake the cocoa
nut tree at me."
Classic dances are coming back
next season by edict of French
dancing masters. Only three new
steps have passed their censorship,
DOES IT ALWAYS RAIN IN
PORTLAND? CERTAINLY NOT
Days of Sunshine Exceed Days of Showers by 167 in Year, Record
Kept By Resident Shows.
BY MRS. F. A. BRECK.
MANY people say it always rainj
in Portland. But this is an
ungracious way to talk, and
is far from the facts if they would
take note of them.
Just to satisfy my own. curiosity
I resolved to keep a daily record of
the weather for a year. I indicated
on the calendar opposite each date
rain or sunshine or cloud, or all
three, or perhaps two.
I find that the record for two
days was unintentionally omitted
that for one day in July and another
had four days of rain, eight days of
part sunshine, showing that nearly
inserted that' principle among its
tenets. Is there anything wrong
"The klan believes in the "protec
tion of pure womanhood' and the
sanctity of the home. Does the sen
ior senator think the klan ought to
be destroyed because it believes in
those things, and does the distin
guished gentleman, Mr. Thomas,
think that it ought to be reformed
and that principle changed? If he
does I hope and pray that he and I
may never serve in the United States
senate at the same time.
"The present klan is based upon
as holy and noble a purpose as was
the klan of our fathers after the
"Two other principles are "pre
venting the causes of mob violence
and lynching.' The purpose of the
klan is to prevent those things.
'Prevention of fire and destruction
of property by lawless elements.' A
fight against the I. W. W. and the
bolshevists of this country. That is
one of the principles.
" 'Limitation of foreign immigra
tion.' That is one of the greatest
principles of this organization, and
the time has come when this coun
try should rise up and say to the
world: 'We are going almost com
pletely to shut our doors against
the speckled progeny of those peo
ple who are coming from the slums
of European centers, and they shall
not become citizens of our country.'
Other Principles Named.
" "Fhe upholding of the constitu
tion pf the United States' is another
of the principles of the klan. Is
there any objection to that?
" "The sovereignty of states' rights
is another cardinal principle. We
come to the freedom of speech and
of the press, and we all stand for
that as embodied in the bill of
rights. It is necessary for the pres
ervation and perpetuity of our in
stitutions. Here I come to another
vital and momentous principle as
enunciated in their creed. They be
lieve in the 'separation of church
and state." Our forefathers came to
this new world fleeing for the priv
ilege of exercising religious free
dom. They came here and founded
this great republic and wrote in our
constitution that the right to wor
ship God according to our own con
science should forever be guaran
teed. I believe in religious freedom
and that the church and state should
forever be separated.
"I' have enumerated to you just
about all the principles of the Ku
Klux Klan. Candidly, is there a
single one of them to which you can
object, whether you are a klansman
or not? Is there an American citizen
who will object to one of those prin
ciples enunciated In that creed of
Fight Is Foreseen.
"I believe it as firmly as I believe
there is a God above that the Ku
Klux Klan is a menace and an ob
struction to a great religious organ
ization in this country and is stand
ing in their way; and I refer to the
Roman Catholic church.
"We are going to have to fight
for our religion itself. We are go
ing to have to struggle to preserve
our free schools and give our chil
dren the benefit of universal educa
tion. "The senior senator says 'the klan
must be destroyed' and he must, be
sent back, to the United States sen
ate. But the federal government
cannot deal with: that question. He
wouldn't have any power to deal
with it. But the legislature of the
state of Texas can be convened to
suppress the klan. I make the pre
diction that the present governor
will not convene the legislature for
that purpose, and if he does they
will not pass a law prohibiting the
activities of the klan."
It is apparent from the frequent
eruptions of applause that in a world
which has a good many troubles
there seems to be a surprising
number of folks in Texas who find
this kind of politics agreeable. This
speech, in its complete form, is
widely circulated by Mr. Henry's
headquarters, and forms the back
bone of his campaign. For the pres
ent these extracts from ex-Congressman
Henry's speech are presented,
of course, merely as the record of a
because they want to discourage
freak exhibitions. One novelty,
having the rythm of a Spanish
waltz, is called the "Passe-to." This
is a new quadrille passed on by the
masters, in which five classic fig
ures are replaced by the shimmy,
waltz, tango and a mixture of all
three. The "Houli" is a descriptive
dance supposed to furnish an illu
sion of sea waves.
Parisian summer season fashion
shows at the race track to which
the feminine minds, the running of
French derby, the grand steeple
chase and grand prix are mere in
cidentals, may justly be called sym
phonies in black and white. Even
flowers on hats are, for the most
part black and white. Silky flimsy
materials have been more common
than velvets and all the skirts have
"She is occupied doing as much
good as she can without attracting
attention," is the way the Mexican
colony of Paris speaks of a slight
woman of rather stately bearing
who is always dressed in black and
is so well preserved that she might
pass for any age between 35 and
50. She is Carmen Romerro Rublo
Diaz, widow of Porfioro Diaz, long
time president of the Mexican re
Badly assimilated knowledge,
Mme. Diaz holds, is partly responsi
ble for Mexico's woes. She likens
the effect of education on the Mexi
cans to the effect which the teach
ings of Voltaire and Rousseau had
on the French. The result, she
thinks, finally may tie the same, but
the end is far off, and Mexico, like
France, will be obliged to go
through more reactions and revolu
tions before her" destiny Is worked
all the days of January had some
From the first of May to the end
of August there were 126 days of
some sunshine, 66 of these all sun
My report shows for the year 21
days of rain, 100 days partly rain,
151 days all sunshine, 137 partly
sunshine, totaling 288 days of sun
shine and 121 of rain, leaving 167
more days when there was . some
sunshine than days when it rained.
On the three or four days, when
brief snow flurries came or ice
sleet, all were reckoned as rain. The
previous year no record was kept,
but I distinctly remember that
nearly all the days of January and
February were fair, sunny days, and
these months are usually supposed
to be stormy months.
About a year ago one of the Port
land papers had some vera printed
that was written by one of the
groaners. I quote a few lines of it
to show how people see what they
try to see: .
It has quit raining in Portland,
I honestly do believe;
But how in the world it has happened
I really cannot conceive.
For many months I have shivered
And felt I was watting in vain
For the warmth of old Sol to cheer me.
And all I saw was the- rain!
Portland is said to" have about the
same annual rainfall as New York,
and we ourselves remember what
rain is on the east coast sometimes
several days of dull driving storms
penetrating, cold, disagreeable
and tearing, destructive electric
storms most any summer day. Most
of our Portland rain Is gentle,
misty soaking down to the roots
of things In quiet, orderly manner,
scarcely disturbing enough to re
quire an umbrella.
And what a blessing to have
enough rain! How should we feel
to be In India, Persia or China,
where the uncertainty of rain
enough to produce crops is a men
ace and continual anxiety, threaten
ing famine or half famine every few
Is it not ungrateful, in this best
climate of all the world, for beauty,
abundance and comfort, to grumble
Jbecause of the rain?
Such unparalleled fruits and veg
etables such matchless roses and
gardens and lawns as are furnished
because of our rain -liow can any
soul, thinking- of God's "mercies
new every morning," find fault?
Spiritual sunshine, anyway, is so
far superior to the physical that
every day should seem fair and glad
We had a rhyme in our early
school days that ran something like
Since days are sometimes bright and fair,
And sometimes dark and lonely.
Let . us forget life's toil and care
And note the bright hours only.
At least we may remember the
sunshine that has been, when we
have a few days of cloud or rain,
and always may hope for brightness
again for it always comes!
EVEREST TUSK RESUMED
CONQUEST OF FAMOUS PEAK
DEPENDS ON ENDURANCE.
Expedition Hopes to Overcome
v Paralyzing Lassitude With
LONDON, June 24. Sir Francis
Tounghusband, president of rfhe
Royal Geographic society, is au
thority for the statement that the
expedition which was to attempt
the conquest of Mount Everest had
left Darjelling at the end of March
and had arrived at the mountain in
good health. So far as the con
figuration of the mountain was con
cerned there remained no serious
obstacles to oppose the climbers.
"But there still remains," he add
ed, "the Incalculable factor that
may prove fatal to success the de
bilitating effect of high altitudes
on the human constitution. We
have sent out the hardiest, pluckiest
and most experienced mountaineers
we can find. But can they, with all
their courage and determination,
skill and resource, successfully con
tend against the paralyzing lassi
tude which the rarification of the
air beyond 23.009 feet is certain to
"Experience -the experience of
these next few weeks alone can de
termine. The weakness Is occa
sioned by the lessening quantity of
oxygen in the thinning atmosphere.
And to make up for this' want of
oxygen we have sent out special
apparatus , to supply the precious
gas. Even this may not avail, for
the apparatus is heavy and, of
necessity, the climbers themselves
must carry it. And no one can say
whether the advantage of breathing
the oxygen will outweigh the draw
back of having to carry the ap
paratus." - -
With every condition favorable,
Sir Francis concluded, the task
might prove beyond human ca
pacity. , ,
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Tour druggist sells a tiny bottle of
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cient toremove very hard corn, soft
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the calluses, without soreness or
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Two blocks from R. R. station, flvo
minutes walk from ocean. Neatly
furnished rooms by day, week or
month, at reasonable rates. For res
MRS. OI.IVE McGUIRE.
LAKE LYTLE HOTEL "Twixt Ocean and Lake"
Open all year. .
Good roads, fine auto accommodations. Southern Pacific station
at hotel. Largest and most modern hotel on Tillamook Beaches.
. Write or phone Julia M. Parker,
LAKE LYTLE HOTEL, Rockaway, Or.
If you have never tried the "Elmore."
do bo on your next trip or vacation. Tou
will never regret it. The best hotel on
the Tillamook beaches, within stone's
throw of the surf. Hot and cold water
in all rooms. Meals and beds unexcelled.
Prices reasonable. - e
J, -7. Krebe, .Prop. Rockaway, Or.
Manhattan Beach. Or.-
Finest bathing beach on the coast.
Very best of home cooking. A com
fortable home-like place for fam
ilies. Special attention given to
week-end parties. Good automobile
road. For rates and reservations
call Auto 624-95 or write Mrs. D. E.
Larkin, Manhattan Beach, Or., Tilla
ij... Vm-th Roach. The finest beach in the Pacific Northwest.
Unsurpassed surf bathinff, 200 yards
fortable rooms. An laeai summer resuri, r ut laics, icac uuuo auuim
. HARRY F. MUTZIG,
OCEAN PARK, WASH.
Best Family Resort on North
Rotes $14 lcr week. Meals 50c.
Home Cooking. Electric Lights.
LONG BEACH HOTEL
Long Beach, Wash.
Located on the world famous Long
Beach. Clams, crabs, surf bathing1. This
hotel Is welL, prepared to make your
stay pleasant. Large, airy rooms, ocean
in view. Dining room in connection.
Rates reasonable. For further informa
H. H. Tinker. Proo.. Long Beach, Wash.
On IVeah-Kah-Nie Beach
Nice, comfortable rooms or tent cot
tages, spienoua meats, iresn ess3,
milk and vegetables of our own
production. A srood. restful Dla.ce to
spend your vacation. For rates ad
dress MRS. W. F. CAIN,
Opens July 1.
For satisfactory accommodations
telephone or write in advance to
MRS. S. G. REED
i oeonle desirinr relaxation, won
derful view, every modern comfort.
Write for new rates and booklet.
MRS. C. W. J. EEfKERS.
iVhlte Salmon, Wash, phone 78-YL
For GOOD HUNTING, FISHING
or WONDERFTJIi SCENERY
visit the beautiful White Salmon
Valley. For m tourist golds or
Information atop at .
White Salmon; Wash.
WHITE SALMON, WASH.
Here is a nvw trip for you. From
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bank of the Columbia. Stay over night
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the ferry to ths Oreg-on aide. For 15
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I Summer Camp at Long 1
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HILL MILITARY; ACADEMY, PORTLAND, ORE.
SEASIDE, OREGON " '
iv. - i 1
MERRITT & JONES
V. &. Mail Stars
Passenger and Track Berries
Seaside and Cannon Beach.
Furnished beach cottages for
rent or sale. Reservations being
made for July and August. Rea
sonable prices. You can move in
at once. Tillamook Beach. Call
Billy Price, Manager.
BLUE KIVKR, ORJUGOX.
43 mllef east of Eugene on McKenzie
river; excellent road; hunting, fish
In r, riding- horses, pack trains, moun
tain guides, rood meals. Splendid
I beds, etc.
from hotel. Excellent cuisine, com
The Gables Hotel
Two blocks from Beach on board
walk. Smal! but exclusive. For peo
ple who enjoy a distinctive place.
Modern, large living- room with fire
place. Phone of write.
MRS. M. E. OEN8MON,
Spend your vacation at Cannon
Beach. Larcre. new tent houses, com
pletely furnished, on substantial
platforms, are ,now available. For
lull particulars can on or address
C. h. WINGARD,
SS3 Morrison St.. Portland, Oregon.
On ocean front at Cannon Beach. ' A
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Shair & Kofelt, Props.
South Mt. Hood
"TRAVEL BY. MOTOS STAGE"
MT. HOOD STAGES
Daily service to the South Side ML
TTnnri Resorts. June 15th to Sent. 15tb.
from the STAGE DEPOT, Park and Tun
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at 8:15 P. M. during July and August.
Round trip fare to Welches J5.75, Arrah
Wanna, Tawney's or Rhododendron $6.00;
Gov. Camp 18.00. The MT. HOOD RE
SORTS are ideal for summer vacations.
Information, tickets and reservations at
STAGE DEPOT, i'ark ana Iftmom sts.
Phone Main 8611. Make reservations in
Rhododendron P. O., Oregon,
Auto leaves stage depot dally 7:45 A. M.
Phone Main 8611.
Spend your vacation at the base of
south Mt. Hood. Excellent accommoda
tions, good eats, wonderful scenery,
mountain climbing an ideal place for
rest, recreation and enjoyment.
RHODODENDRON INN, MT. HOOD
Oregon's most beautiful mountain resort.
Summer Homes and Building Sites on
river for sale. Real meals, well cooked
and well served, large swimming pool,
dancing hall, saddle horses, croquet, fish
ing. Rates per day, 121 to 12! i per
week. Auto leaves Stage Depot 7:45 A.
M. dally. Phono Main 8611.
Reservations by Long Distance.
MRS. EMIL FRANZETTI, Prop.
Advertise in SITMMEB JRESORT
DEPARTMENT OF THE OREGOMAN.
It will bring yon more bnsiness.
Portland and the North
west's finest hostelry.
Rates $2.50 and Up .
Splendid grill and fa
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BOSTON IS AN IDEAL
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Summer hotel open on four
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famous boulevard at Dart
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AGATE BEACH INN
One of the most picturesque and beau
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Sn coast. Midway between Newport and
pe Foulweather, overlooking- the ocean.
Large, airy rooms, comfortable beds, fa
nious for the excellence of our cuisine.
Dally mail, phone. On Roosevelt high
way. For rates and reservations address
Mrs. Katherina George, Agate Beach
P. O,, Or.
(Open the Year Round.)
Located directly on Nye Beach, over
looking ths ocean. Comfortably heated
rooms Hot and cold water in every
room. Meals a la carte; service the
best. Free bos to and from the boat.
For reservations, summer and winter
F. G. GILMOKE. Proprietor.
Two miles north of Newport, on
Monterey Beach. Furnished house
keeping rooms. . Fins camping place.
Write for rates.
MRS. MART CTTZPATRICK.
NEWPORT TENT CITY
Fifty cottages and tents, completely
furnished except top bedding and silver
ware. Electric lights in cottages, water
and wood. In sight of ocean. Bus meets
boat. Stage for Agate Beach and Otter
Rock leaves from Tent City each morn
ing. For reservations address
A. i. VAN WA8SENH0VE,
Minthorn Sea Baths
Hot salt water baths have proved
very beneficial in cases of rheumatism
and nervous - disorders. Chiropractic
treatment given . if desired. Light
housekeeping rooms in the same build
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and reservations address
DR. W. T. CROCKER, Prop.
OTTER ROCK HOTEL
OTTER BOCK, OREGON.
Come to Otter Rock and have a real
vacation, restful and homelike. Hotel on
edge of bluff overlooking ocean. Near
Devil's Punch Bowl. Fine fishing off the
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Ten miles north of Newport Write to
THOMAS H. HORNING. Otter Bock, Or.
CHERRY CITY COTTAGES. ...
Best location on Nye Beach. Furnished,
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Rates IS per week, including light, wood
and water. Geo. O. Smith, Box 42S.
Columbia River Highway
COLUMBIA RIVER HIGHWAY
Unique and distinctive, ForeBt
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You will be dellgrhted with the
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A breakfast, luncheon, afternoon
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l! GUcw House now open J '
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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.
IDAHO'S BEAUTIFTJI, RESORT
Dan J. Moore, Prop,
r.ozanta, conducted on the American plan, is a beautiful Swiss chalet, sur
rounded by many modern cottages, on the. shore of Uayden lake, 40 miles
Irom Spokane. Contains rrand lobDy, two treat fireplaces, attractive rooms,
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choicest productions of ever-blooming orchards and gardens. If you love golf,
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BQ7.AMTA TAVERN, Hayden Ike, Idaho
MOFFETTS HOT SPRINGS
Moffetts P. O., Wash.
-u iS. tea m if
The New Hotel With the Wonder bp ring
Open ail tne year.
S. P. A S. to Cascades. Wash. Free
auto meets all trains.
North Bank Highway . or Columbia
Room and board, week, $22; day, $3.50;
Ingle baths, 50c; seven baths. $3; Ameri
can plan. '
Hood River Valley
MRS. ALMA HOWE, PROP.
Hood River. Oregon
A deligrhtful place to epend your
vacation or week-end.
Hotel or private cottag-es. Com
manding view of Mt Hood and Mt.
In the beautiful Trout Lake valley.
Good trout fishing. By auto or
horseback; visit the lava and Ice
caves, Indian race track. Steamboat
lake, etc Automobile roads to Mt.
Adams. 12 miles north; Goose lake,
15 miles west; tourist club with danc
ing and billiards, near hotel. Rates:
American plan, $2.50 per day, $15 per
week. Campers' provisions for sals at
hotel, t. E. Reynolds. Prop.. Ouler.
PINE GROVE INN
Trout Lake, Wash.
Splendid meals. Rooms and
tent houses. Bates reasonable,
lira. M. E. Jensea, Proa,
j : lift
Empress Hotel, Victen-w 8. C open 0 yur if :
Hotel Vancouver. Vancouver. B C open all year 1 lWf - , ,
I I i-J i l H "IS i - a
' ' -fs -
Victoria, B. C. In your
car. By train. As you will.
But be sure and come. It's
absolutely different. Top
ping scenery. Golf no end
good. Magnificent motor
roads. Right-hand drive
now. Exceptional fishing.
Boating. Canoeing. New
quick connection by
ferries. Low fares. Fast
service. No trouble at
border. Write Victoria &
Island Publicity Bureau
NOW for details. Ad
dress, Victoria, B. C.
Advertise In BUMMER RESORT ,
DEPARTMENT OF THE OREGONIAN. : :
It will brinsf you more business.
SHIPHERD-S HOT 8PRINOS "
Open year round. The ideal health and""'
recreation resort. Via S. P. & 8. Ry., via
Columbia River Highway to Cascade
Locks, ferry to Stevenson, Washington.
Write or phone for reservations. Rates
$20 per week and up; 13.50 a day and up.
. John E. Kelly, Manager. .iO.
Harold H. Bain, Ass't Manager.
City Office. 818 Cham, of Commerce Bids.
Phone Broadway 23S
Famous for Its curative water.
An ideal resort for health and
Ratrs $3.50 per day and op.
S21 per week and up.
L. B. MARKHA3I. Prop.
Thirty-five miles from Portland,
five miles from McMinnville,
Take S. P. Electric on 4th St.
or West Side Pacific Highway.
Hotel, Cottages. Camping Ground,
Dance Hall, Tennis Courts, etc.
Best accommodations. The best
mineral water on the coast.