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THS ORltCO:! DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 13. IZli
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4 Special Oarresposdeaee to The Journal.)
Newport, Or., Aug. IT. Thla has been
ehe bla; week at thla popular reeort
Saturday and Sunday were the largest
daya of the eeaeon, fully 100 persons
arriving en those two daya. Although
. the weather has been rather misty,
-amounting almost to a rain, it has not
dampened the splrlta of the visitors,
for every one seems .to enjoy hira
. selt, , .' ;
Property' ln Newport just, now Is
showing some rapid strides. During the
past . week several ; choice locations
changed bands, the new owners purchas
ing with the Idea of building summer
homes. By next year It Is expected that
quite an Albany colony will be located
at this beach, as five or six Of the re
cent sales of locations were made to
residents of Albany.
Among- those who hay been enjoying
life At the Abbey Hq,use have been
' M. L. Howard of Hood River and John
H. Scott of Portland.
A. B. Weatherford, a well-known ctti
, sen of Albany, has been her for a
shore stay. ' -
Mr. and Mrs. C R. Leroy , of Port
land are among the gueats at the Ab-
! bey" House. -
- Miss Hallle and Miss Annette Garrl
rus of Portland are among the recent
,. i. Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank Irvine of Cor
allls hare been enjoying a short so
. Journ at Newport. -
T. D. Jordon of Seattle, who paid his
first visit to Newport during the week,
wss captivated by the charms of the
-beach.. .....'. :v.i'.'
Up and mf rm. H. ' X i RIm and em of
Vancouver, Waahlngton, are at the Bay
View Houae for a ahort auy.
A. N. Fosdlck and V. A. Fosdlck of
-Portland were among the Newport vis
itors this week.'
Mlas Vivian Martin, a charming young
: lady of Aberdeen, Washington, Is at the
Abbey House. ,.....'
At the XoMav -.;
. Abbey House Mr. and Mrs. C R. La-
. roy, H. C. De weesse. Oeorge W. Will
son and Claude Stratum. Portland: Mlas
Fraslere, Salem; Dick Madison, Dallas;
Vivian Martin. Aberdeen, Wash.; Edith
m iiivr,- wruvi awn f jnr.- tmiiu 'jars, . - t .
Hall, Slco, Or.; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dan
ner. West Silo; Ruby Dilley, CorvalUs;
Charles Wltham, 8alem; O. 11. OeUey,
Albany; J. A. Duff, Portland ; Squire
Farrar, Seal Rocks; W. M. T. Custer,
Chicago; Ed Jary, Salem; P. Murray,
Portland; Hallle Oarrlgua and Annette
Oarrigua, Portland;. Danna CaUlson,
Monmouth: Edna Hoefleln, Coburg; Mrs.
W. A. Williams, Theodore Roth -and
W. A. Tea ten, Portland; J. H. Wood and
3. C Foley, Athens; Clementine Bau
man. . Lena Harris, Lulls Harris " and
Emma Baum. Portland; ' Willard L.
Creek; J. E. Leonard and Mr. and Mra.
Edward Frohman and Sol Harris. Port
alnd; Mr. and Mra. - Tracy Staata and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williams, Dallas:
Mr. and Mob. Frank Irvine, John H. Scott,
Kaiem; A. . n. weatnerrord, Albany;
Charles BU. Dallas: James Ross, To
ledo; M. A. . l"ord, Dallas; J. F. Rich
mond, Portland; M. L. Howard. Hood
River; A. N. Foedlck, V. A. Fosdlck, W
A. Bryant andThsdors Senn, Portland;
J. W. Hodges, Kadala. .
; Bay VUw Houee N.' B. , Avery,- Cor
vallls; R. Ooeley, Balem; Mrs. J. O.
Daniels and Miss A. E. Shaw, Portland;
T. W. Robinson, Houlton, Oregon; Ho
mer Moore and 8. Smith, Portland;
Mr. and Mrs, H. Cherry, R. W. Cherry,
Eugene; F. V. Jordan, Seattle; E. H.
French. The Dalles; Wills rd Marks. Al
bany; Charles McDonald. Tacoma; J. P.
Mlss M. Long. Albaayr H. M. Welsh,
Portland;, Charles W. Card well. Pome
roy; Mra. T. J. Lowery. Ashlsnd; Olsnn
Percival and Burns Powell, Monmouth;
R. H. Knight and Mary Hollowmead,
Portland; Effa Cronquest, Tidewater;
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Prlos and son. Van-
ooovsr; O. A. ' Wlndfelder, San Fran
rlaco: W. S. Burress, New York; Mr.
and Mrs. Theodora A, OodeL Portland:
H. F. Hahn, Taqulna: Merle Nichols,
Juaetlon City; Mrs. J. H. Chambers and
Victor Chambers, Cottage Grove; Jo-
sephlne Burch and Edith Burch. Rick
: reall; Mrs.' D. IL Glass , and Cornelia
Glass. Seattle. : ,
Ocean House Miss Marttn, Miss
Frances Martin, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
i'row, J. Henry Conder. Mrs. George W.
ratteraon, Mlas L. Patterson. W. B. Nel
son, Hsrry Taylor, M. P. Murphy,
Chance Kline. F. J. Jackson. Mrs, H. V.
Carman. D. C- Elbert. John Duff. H.
W. Welsh. Jennie Bonn, G. G. Mayge,
J. R. Brlgham, A. Sanderson. Msx Wise.
Blanche Mulkey. Onle Mulkey. May In
land. Mary Ireland. Mrs. W. II. Grlrd
, staff. Miss Mildred Grlndstaff, Mrs.
Gnorge D. Schalk. Hortenae E. Watktna.
Florence D. Watklns, Mr. and Mrs. W.
If. Msrshall, Mr..snd Mrs. K J. Butler.
Henry V. Dolph, W. P. Daniel, Portland;
Mrs. W. H. Stlnson. Maud B. 8tlnann.
Kva Stlnson. Miss Llns Culllson, John
Woodruff. Mrs. J.' W. Beroy, Mies Ag'
Kee Harris, Mrs. Laura Harris, Eugene;
Miss A. Finley. B. H. Jory, F. H.
ItwK. R, E. Hankie, San' Jose. Csllfor
nia; Mrs. W. 8. Plerson, Monmouth; F.
K Coatee, Lydla McDonnah, Joseph. Mc
Commack, L A, Warford, Mrs. M. P.
Hurnett. Mrs. L. Campbell, Mrs. Myers,
Harry Schlosser, O. Will, Miss M. Long,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hewitt and daugh
ter. Albany; Mra. Joseph Mayers, fta
lrrna; Jack Taylor, Mr., and Mra
II. W. Kanplsch. Mrs. Thomas White
I rn, Carrie Botdon, Mrs. Bordon,
IWrs. F. L. Miller, Corvallis;
Charles W. Card well, Pomroy. Wssh
tngtou: Dr. and Mrs. D. O. Cujly. Slleti;
He Loss Frits. Klckersll; Miss Emms
J Belt. W. 8. Csry, Mrs. Csry, Dallas;
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rowell. Vivian
Howell. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Hayes, Vsn
muver; Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Mlllory, Mill
City; Mrs.. E. M. Toung. Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Conker. J. 8. Cooper, Inde
rendenr; M. I Thompson and family,
sails Ciij A, . RaXC, Talentj WUllaa
M. Colvig. D. L. Cofvlg. r. IX. Colvig,
Barney Mar, Jacksonville; ' Frank K.
Andrus, Hurry Andrus. Harriet Cochrsn.
Oregon City; Mrs. R. H. Baker, B. Baker.
Junction City; Dr. and Mra. A. A. Jcsnup,
Boise; Mlaa J. Relnwand. Newberg; Mra.
A. B. Robertson. Mlaa May Btelner, Minn
Ruth. Btelner. W. M. Btelner, J. W.
Baker. Fossil; F. 8. Washburn. M. W.
Below. .- Minneapolis; Arthur Bandera.
Uirriihnri' r n Varlnnd-. J. W. Baker.
Cottage Grove; Mrs. J. B. Robinson, Don 1
' R oh I neon, Kenneth . Robinson, , cnico,
! California. -...' ,
family, C. H. Bond. A. Frsnsw-Mlne-Mee
TGlbaon. Portland; Mlas Marth Schooling.
Madrem, Oregon; Mlaa E. Huff. Eugene;
Mlas" tT, A. Bnsw, union; sirs, n, nrouir,
Albany. . ' "
. (Npeelal fwrieepueeeaea te The Joernal,)
Ciutsop Beaoh, August 17. -The sea
son at Clatsop Beaoh this ysar will
probably extend later than at any time
In the . history of the popular . resort.
While the time at which the season
usually begins to) wans has arrived,
there la not the least indication of a
falling oft irpattendance thus far. but,
on the contrary, every train brings from
ons to a half dosen family groups, each
to remain for an extended outing.
People who have been regular ' visit
ors at the beach during the past decade J
predict that September this yesr win o
a banner month. Home even oeneve
that the attendance next month will be
heavier than at the present time. In
any event, it ia true there is a stesdy
influx of visitors who come for an ex
tended periodY while but ' few are yet
deserting tbs resort. On the other
hand, there Is a. slight decreass in the
strictly transient attendance people
who come one day and return the next
but this Is believed to bo controlled
mors by weather conditions than any
thing else, and another hot spell. It Is
thought, would sgain drive 4 people to
the beach. ' ; ,
While weather conditions control the
beach seasons to a great. extent, it is
declared that there Is a general tend
ency toward late seasons. Each year
the season opens later, while as a rule
the trafflo continues until a later data.
Enthusiastie- beachers declare the best
weather and the most delightful time is
to be had during the month of Septem
ber, i.' , - . ' - .
-The "hand concert given at the Moore I
. . . .... ... ... v a,ll.1
band of Portland was one of the delight
ful occasions of the week.
The many small streams in ths neigh
borhood seem to be plentiful with ftsb
and Ashing parties going or returning
may be seen a5k almost any hour of ths
day, A few of the anglers are fortun
ate enough to return with a string of
flan, but ths majority have only a story
to tell.": - -
People at the meaeh,
Senator Fulton was reristersd at ths
Moore this week. Between naming the
candidate for ths Astoria oollectorship
and the one at Portland soon td be
named, politics hare proved a little too
strenuous for the 'representative of ths
people, and hs sought recreation In tbs
sea brasses si ins popular ocean re
sort . -f ... - : ::..:
J. C. Ainsworth and family arrived
today and will spsnd several days at
ths beach. '
Mra O'Shss, wife of President John
F. O'Shaa of ths Union Meat company,
has arrived at ths .beach for a short
recreation. She is , registered at the
Moors. '.. .-' ' -
H. L. Day, a prominent mining man
of eastern Oregon, Is registered at the
Moore. t : -'; ". ' " ''
D. a Munro of .Washington, D.
reristered at Locksley Hall this wsek.
P. R. John of Cardiff, Wales, was a
guest at Locksley Hail for a few days.
' - , At tha Motslg."- ;-"'--
Ths Portland Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Drlscoll, J. B. Nlcoll, William Klumpp
and family, Mr. and Mra D. McKeen,
Mr. and Mra. F. P. Baumgartner, Mr.
and Mrs. B. Woldt, Pearl Richardson,
Mrs. Raper, Mrs. H. H. Matheson, Mrs.
H. A. Lawrance. Miss Grace Lawrence,
Dr. A. F. Petsell, Mrs. D. Rockey, Mrs.
W. H. MUls. Mrs. E. F. Riley, J. A.
Brown. J. ,W. Warner, O. C- Manning,
Mlas E. Mills. Mr. and Mra. F. A. Tay
lor, Mr. and Mra. O. W. Weatherly, Mor
ris Gregg, IL Van Ness, Miss V. Faley,
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Her In g, Mr. and Mra
George Scoggln, Mrs, Sam Rosenblatt,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Beck, Mr. and Mra
J. P. Levy, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Meyer,
Mrs. L. H. Tarpley, Ford Tarpiey, Mr.
and Mra. Charles Conners, B. K. Law
son. Miss Ross Lisle, Miss Ida Nsubauer,
H. W. Wallace, Mr. and Mra. H. M.
Falrfowt, Mrs. Ferris, Miss Annie M.
Clarr. Mlaa Katharine Clary. Mra R.
D., Miss Ivy, Miss Minnie M. Inman,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Grunbugh, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward A. White, Father De Boo, Misses
Delis and- Msud Hahn, Mra Ida M.
Church" Mlas Roy Church. Mrs. P. L.
Kenady, Mr. snd Mrs. Thomas H. Rich
ardson. Mrs. Georgs Hoyt, Miss Martha
Hoyt, Mr. and Mra E. E. Peterson, Mr.
P. D. Cunningham. Dr. and Mrs. H. E.
Nichols. H. L. Corbett. Albert B. Fer
rer and family. J. M. Alfofd, Walter
Durham. J. L. Ksady, R. Hralth. Mrs.
J. R. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bush-
ong, Ruasell Smith, Albert u. Wakeman,
J. W. Bailey, J. L. De Bevolse, H, U
Dey, Miss Day. Mr. snd Mrs. C. R.
Davt-. Ray C. "locum, R. P. Knight, J.
B. O'Shea Jr, Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Rob
inson. Locksley Hall Harriet S. Calhoun. J.
P. Newell. V.'. B. Uotton. Mr. and Mrs.
F. G. Dement,. Mr. and Mrs. E. Rlchsrd
Cox. Mra. J. T. Moylan, Thomas Van
Andrcn, O. Lee Hynson. H. R. Moore,
Mrs.,' Jamas Cambell, James Archaon,
H. Bchnke, Mrs. W. O. Wright, Miss
Clara - Woolpert, Miss E. . Jones. . Dr.
Shepherd. Mr. and Mra. A. A. Hunter,
O. A. 1'all, Florence Reynolds, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Clark, Mr. snd Mra L. More
sen. C. E. Ernst. C. Corf man, Mr. and
Mrs. O. A. McNeld, C. O. Flngley, J. R.
Boedt R. MrOUl Jr R. Mlnnay, Mr.
snd Mrs. O. Cv'Baljey, W. J. Ollmore,
EtU O. Bailey, ir. arid Mra. J. O.
Hawthorn, Mlas 1- Hawthorn, i Miss
Blskley. C. F. Loedlng. Mra H. C. Lacy.
Portland: V. 8. Murno, Wsshlngton. V.
C; P. B,. John. Csrdlff, Wsles; Paul
Whltehouse. Walla Walla: Mr. and Mra
C. A. Pierre, San Francisco: L, C Mc
Leod. . R. Keagy, Miss B. Gregory, C
L. Hlane. Dr. Frledrlch. Astoria: Mr.
snd Mrs. A. B. Eaatham. W. C. Hassard,
W. Easthsm. Vancouver, Waahlngton;
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Krlen, Ths Dalles;
Mr. snd Mrs. D. H. Knapn, Sprtngrteld;
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Danslo, Salem; Mr.
and Mrs. 8. O. Eatsy and daughter, Mr.
and Mra O. Hull and daughters. To
peka. ' Kansss; W. R. Hooper, Walls
Walla: Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Smith,' Boise
City; Helen HUerldan, J. Brown, Spo
kane; M. B. Travis. C R. Travis, Chi
cago.; William Dilta, H. O. Anderson.
Preferred stash: Oaaaed Soots.
Alias A Lswls' Bsst Brand. "
Tew snick reealts ass the WssiV Ooi.
f CM Jensnal.
Cloud Cap Inn
(Special Comapoodasee te The Joaraal.) '
Hood River .Or., Aug. 17.- The visit
ors to Mount Hood have been many dur
Ing the past week. ' Ths road from hers
to Cloud Cap Inn la In good condition
except from the dust, but every visitor
Is willing to suffera slight inconven
ience to enjoy the wonders unfolded on
ths trip to the snowline. Among those
registered at' Cloud Cap Inn this week
were: Mlas E. E. Barette, Miss E. Morse,
Mrs. C. H. Gsyloru, Miss J. H. Smith
and Miss C. F. Lamberson, Portland;
Dr.. Nichols, Spokane; , Miss J.vWallsos
and Miss G. Westsrraan, Dea Moines,
la.; Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hudson and
Miss A. Hudson, Ksnsas City; W. M.
Laurentser, New York; B. Norton,
Berkeley; Mlae M. Kelley, Portland: Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Langille, Ban Francisco;
Mrs. H. H. Wortman and Mlas H. Wort
man, Portland; B. M. Tucker, Albany, N.
T.; Miss M. & Hall, Boston; Miss Howe.
Carle ton; Miss. 8. Earthman, Mr. and
Mra. C. J. Schnabel. C II. Bchnabel, K.
Bchnabel, J. N. Wets and Q. H. Grufka,
tllpeeUl CorreaposSMMS te The Joorsal.)
North : Beach, Wash.. ' Aug. IT. Au
gust Is as usual proving to be ths
busiest month at this ocean resort. The
beach Is thronged all day long - with
tanned and sunburned children, bathers
and horseback riders, all enjoying to ths
utmost ths beautiful sunshiny weather.
Mra. Bert Irwin arranged a very
beautiful musicals ' for tha entertain
ment of the guests of the Hotel Break
ers on Bundaa- evening. The first num
ber on the program was O Dry Those
Tears," by Mrs. W. Scott of Portland,
whose, little daughter Janette contrib
uted later with a very pleasing solo.
Miss Geraldlns Carson sang three lulla
bies j C Rogers of Seattle played several
pleasing selections on tha piano; Miss
Anns Dltchburn - ssng "Contentment"
and "The Lass With ths Delicate Air."
William Scott told delightfully several
stories", . and the last number on tbs
program waa randered by Miss Helen
Lytle, who sang, three songs. .
- . CHvea jrsrewsll. v.-.f
The Misses Edwlna . and Ramona
Danners, who have been ths guests of
ths Mastick family at Seavlew during
the past two weeks,' wsre given a fare
well pSrtyon Tuesday-afternoon -by
Mine Edwlna Mastics. ' Progressive five
hundred wss played at tlx tables. Miss
Edwina Dannsrs and Mrs. Howard Rus
sell being awarded prists. Mlaa Mas
tick's guests were the Misses Ethsl and
Agnes Mclntoah. Ethel Honoyman. Pearl
Harder, Edna Haight, Lu Height, Ellsha
Harrison. Persia Sargent, - May Coon;
Wilma Flake. Marguerite Schwab, Ed
wlna Danners. Ramona Danners, Enid
Rothchlld, Margaret O'Connor and Ann
Dltchburn. , i' -, ' t ' ,
An Informal 'bridge whist' party was
given in the parlor of the Hotel Break
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On ths Breakers Porch, North JB each,
ers on Friday evening by Mrs. Charles
Phillips of Lewleton,' Idaho. Mrs. Neu
stadter of Portland made , the , highest
scors.. . -., J -V ;.'
A beach fire and an Informal supper
were given to entertain - Miss Loulss
Morrison of Lewleton, Idaho, by Mra. L
N. Lipman on Tuesday evening. k ' -
The departure of the yacht Glsmonda
and her crew for Portland- on Friday
waa regretted by a largev-number of
young people at seavlew who have beejj
having great sport sailing with them
during their stay at tha beach. The
crew, which consists of Ralph and Leo
Hahn, Guy Bennett and Roy Golding,
took a party to Canby In their boat on
Thursday, Ths gussts of the Glsmonda
were Mlases Ross and Tudye Bchacht,
Miss Emma Gerspach,' Miss- , Vivian
Holmes. Miss Bertha Schaoht and Miss
Jessie Hurley.' ; .i
A party or young people from Beaview
drove to Shoalwater bay on . Wednes
day, when they had a plcnlo lunch. Tha
party was composed of Misses Emma
Gerspach, ' Ross Bchacht,- - Margaret
Bchacht. Tudys Bchacht, and Carl Nsth,
Wldd Honey man, Arthur Fields , and
Fred Gerspach. . .' v
; XjaAd Family nVsnnloa. ":'
A reunion of the Ladd family ' was
held at ths cottage of Mra- William
Ladd on Tuesday, covers for 10 were
laid for ths dlnnsr,
A walk to North Hssd lighthouse and
a thorough' Investigation of the weather
bureau was mads by Jolly party on.
Saturday. Those In tha party wars:
Edwina Mastick, Emma Gerspach, Ross
Schaoht, Tudys Schaoht, Ellsha Harri
son,' Ray Fields, Curtis Sargent.'- Bob
Colllnson. Frank Howell rand Arthur
On Monday evening the guests of ths
Hackney oortage congregated on the
beaoh to toast marshmallows at a large
bonfire;'' . - ;.u-.-. ..
An elaborate affair waa ths reception
and card party given at ' ths . Alders
on Tussdsy by Mrs. Williams, Mrs.
Psrklns and Mrs. Conant. Ths unique
Invitations ars worthy of special men
tion. Small pieces of birch bark with
tha nsmes, data and address stained
upon them were tied together with
bunch of aider - buds, apropos of the
cottage,- at which the affair was to be
held. About to guests were entertained.
Ave hundred being played at tables
placed about the porch and lawn.
A series of muslcales to be given at
the Driftwood cottage ' every Frldsy
night was Inaugurated last Friday even
ing, when a vary delightful program
was rendered. , . ,
i Mrs. Phillip Schuyler , was hostess to
a number of her friends on Tuesday
afternoon, entertaining at a bridge
whist party. Her gueats wsrs: Mrs.'
Henry Corbett,, Mrs. . A. Mason,-Mrs,
Theodore Wilcox, Missss Holman, Mra
Fred. Wheeler, - Mrs. J. Vsn Rensellar,
Mrs. J. Wesley Ladd, Mrs. C Pratt, Mrs.
William Ladd, Mrs. William Alvord.
The dining-room of the Hotel iWlck
ham was gsyly decorated for a dance on
Friday .evening,' at which MIssvMsry
McKlr.non furnished music for tha ZO
COUpleS. . ','. ..'
" Progressive Whist. " .
' Monday r evening a progressive .whist
iu Recks at Seaaidc. Photo by Woolfield. Astoria.
' f - ra
party was held 'in the parlors of the
Wlckham, a handsome allvcr aouvenlr
spoon betng'awarded to the holder of the
largest score. - ..: . ,
. Ths summer residence of Frank
Barnes of Portland on the ridge at Ti
oga has been opened and xwlll be occu
pied by the Barnea family during the
remainder of the season. . , ?
' Mra. R. Warner and her sister. Mra
B.j Pope, are camping at Tioga with
Mra. :. Pope's granddaughter, .Frances
Pope. ;.,..;,,'-.-'v- ,,...:' . ; .
The family of J. J. Kadderly are
spending August at Newton a.
- The Misses Ethel and Anna Shea ar
rived on. Tuesday to spend ths rest of
August 'with their mother-at Seavlew.
Mrs. E. Garrett and daughter, Elsie,
are registered at the Sea Croft..
Mrs. H. CHanlon has - her family
Miss- Klna McKelvey Joined her sis-
ter and mother on Tuesday. - The fam
ily will remain at the beach until Sep
tember. ; " ' ,
Adolph Brasel and ', dsughtsr have
taken a cottage at Centervllle. ' ,
The family ot L. M. Lacy are In
their cottage near Tlogs, ,, .
Mrs. Curtis Holcomb is at present en
tertaining Mrs. H, M. Carloek of Port
Wnd. . : '
- AnMBeT the Visitors.
' The Misses Vlda and Mildred Nich
ols and their cousin, ; Fay; Nichols, will
spsnd ths rest of ths season at the Nich
ols cottage at Tioga. -
. Mrs. John Annand la the guest of her
mother. Mrs. P. W. Baker, for . the
week. . . , ' .
Aden Lebak Is , ths guest of Miss
Margaret Bchacht at Seavlew.
Miss Ola Cooper . is visiting MVs.
Charles Cook. '.',,..
Howard Gaylord Is a guest of the
Jeffrey cottage at Tioga. . , ,
Ulna Louise Ha gner is registered at
the Hackney cottage.
Mlas Amanda Rasmuasen is the guest
of Mlas Bertha Botefuhr at Seavlew.
Miss Katharine Sumner and ' Miss
Catharine Toomey are at the beach with
Mrs. D. N. Toomey. . ..
The family of R. E. Menefee are com
fortably located at Tioga. ..
Ij. M. Lacy hae opened a cottage at
Long Beach for. his family. ,
. n t Oosan Part.-
fit greatest attraction of ths week
has been the bssebsll games between
the younger set of the psrk and ths old
fans. Crowds havs turned out to wit
ness each game. A series of games is
schsduled to be played during the next
two weeks. . Up to the present the
younger; set." for . which Shipley and
Scott are the battery, have won two. out
of three games played. .
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Buttorf leld have
taken a cottage for ths rest of tha sea
son. .'...;,!,' , . -.. , .
- Mr. and Mrs. J. T.- Sullivan, Thial
Sullivan and Ross MacKenna are camp
ing near the ocean ridge..- - -
The family of Fred Weston is spend
ing August st ths park. '
Am.ong ths visitors to' ths park this
week were Charles 'Buttnrfleld and
Frank Porter. . .
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hlggtn are smong
ths recent, arrival.
':i ''','' '
Tbs family of Donald McMasters havs
opened their cottage and are Installed
here for the summer.
Mr. snd Mrs. W. D, Smith ars with
friends st ths park. : .,
' Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Grldley 'are oo-
cupying a cottage on the ridge. '
Mrs. Julia J. Porter will be here for
the remainder, of the month.
' At the Sotslav, "
' Hotel Breaker -Mr. and Mrs. .H. G
Cotton, Mrs. T." W.' Nordby. Mrs.
Katharine Daly. Miss Ethyl Craven. Mas
ter Tommy Hardby, Mlaa Gertrude Steln
bach. J. W. Strelt. Fred 11.. Rothchlld,
H. A. Goldamltb, iaaao B. Holaman, Dr.
Otto B. Bruswanger. T. W. Nordby,
Margaret Boote, K. W. Pranck, Dr. and
Mrs. Chester Bewail, Dr. snd Mrs. W.
A. Rogers, C. T. Barker, M. Mossensohn,
Mrs. L. A. Baldwin, Jerome L. Schwarts,
Mrs. h. Jti Harris, unaries unamDers,
Mra Charles Chambers, W. H. Chambers,
Janette Cheley. Lucy Matthew,' Mr. and
Mrs. H.. B. Pike,- Mary 0'NelL-God in
Eric, Mrs. H. U Powers, Mr. and Mrs,
B. M. Lombard, Mrs. F. A. Jones, Mlas
C. M. Jones, F.' H. Hocken, Mrs, J. F.
Jones. J. F. Jones Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam 'Scot t. Dorothy Scotf, Janette Scott.
James Thompson James A. Ellis, William
G. Beck,C. E. Houston. Miss Maud McCoy,
John G. Peters, John Fergusson Jr., Miss
Paulina Brown, Amanda D. Rasmusaen,
Miss B. Batefuhr, Minnie M. Baum, Mra.
F. W. Hanebut. Henry Hanebut, J. L.
De Bevolae. Martha De Bevolse, Miss L.
M. King. Mrs. J. Hatfield snd daughters,
W. G. Brown. Alexander Ots. Portland;
Mr. and Mra C. H. MoCov. H. A. Hover.
Hover, Washington; J. 8. Hlrky,- Nampa,
Idaho; William Connor,, Dr. and Mra.
M. K. Hall, Mrs. Harry X. Holland. Spo
kane; p. H. w. Rohs. EUensburg. Wssh
lngton; Dr. Westermsn. T. . C. Dtitro,
Wew York; Mr. and Mrs. M..A. Hlrsch
man. Sn Franclaco; Mrs.J."A. Rowles,
7 Lav Crrsse;-WlKconshtti-MIss-Jsnetfe
Mae Mlllan, Chicago; Mr. snd t$r.
George W. T. Snare. Philadelphia;' R,
Klrkpatrlck. Tacoma; Mrs. J. O. John
son, Columbus, Ohio; Miss Porter, La
Grande; Mrs. J. D. Gregg, ' Morris B.
Greg, St. Louis; Dr. Forstrom, Dick
Smltli, G. W. Ralston, . Miaa Jessie
Sands, Astoria; - Jennie , Chrtstlsnson,
Nora Chrlatlanson. . Sslt Lake City;
Walter Lenborg, Bay View; Mr. snd
Mrs. M. Crowley, - C. F. Bolmson, Ray
mond. Waahlngton; Mrs. A. O. Baker,
A. E. Van Dusen, South Bend. Wash
ington; J. F. Olaey, North Yakima; Lena
M. Knox, Kathryn L. Duffner, Seattle;
Roy Alexander. Pendleton; Mr. and Mrs.
F. H. Stark, Mrs. J. Hatfield. Rockville,
Indlsna. . '-' ... ,
Hackney Cottsgex-Mlsa Bertha" Han
son. Myrtle Hanson, Mrs. - Harry J.
Msysr, Philip Harris, Mrs. Harris, Carrie
Harris,-Mrs. T. W. Whitney, S..C. Plor
Jr., Elisabeth Harwss, J. H. MscKensle,
H. T. McBeth, R. W. Foster, Mrs. E.
C. Miller, A. W. Orton, Eleanor Ganxe
mlller, H. J. Meyer, 8. K. Purrane, J.
Wertletng, Mra. J. Wertleing, Edgar
Wertlelng, B, M. Bates Jr., Grace Kin
cald, Portland; Miss Grace Bryant, Cora
Rubin, Boise; Dr. M. Bowman, Condon;
Miss Bowman,- Salem; Mr. and Mrs. C
C. Smith, Boise. - . ,
Hotel- Wlckham H. Goldsmith. Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Goldsmith. Mlas Es tells
if uuu. uviiumiiu, AUia. imimtiw
Miss Ray Goldsmith. Katha-
cr. Mrs. D. N. Toomey, Cath -
u.. T.na v f ,,e.i
erlne Toomey, Helen Rand, F. Lengfel-
der, John Miller. E. Fassas, Elmer Rlch-
enbach, Klen Hupp, Isabelle Gilbaugh,
Ruth Lee, Mamie Ryan, Lillian Powers,
Mary McKlnnon. Minnie Hogsett, May
Hoxsett. J. O'Brien. J. Kallahan, C. H.
Bralman, Harlunda BUmpher, LOuiae
Etampher. B. S. Dowllng, Andrew An
derson. Bert Mitchell. J. W. Btevenson.
Alma Shomanskl, Henrietta EL. Roth
chlld, Daisy Gerson, Cheater Peterson,
John A. Matthews, Mrs. L. Levy, Edna
Ivy, Meta Levy,' Portland; Lawrence
Swarts. Buffalo; Mr. and Mrs. E.' Cox,
Nsw Tork City.
Harvest Home J. H. Chohssey, W. A.
Caatletcn. Mrs.' E. E. Saw tell, Annie
Davles, Kllse beth Davlea, L. Gi-McMul-
len, J. P. Gait ley, Mrs. W. H. Garard.
Mlas Ella Gaynor, Mlas Carry Loeb, Miss
M. Cramer, Miss Ella Smith. B. 8. Pal
mer. Miss Elsie Healey, Portland: P. P.
Patton, Pittsburg; E. Tolum and son
St. Louis; J. S. Owens, M. M. Owens,
Gatee. Oregon; F. A. Virtue, Fnir View,
Nevada; Mr. and Mrs. George H. Payne,
Walla Walla; Mrs. Edward Fruitier,
Springfield. Illinois. - , ,
Driftwood H. ..M. Jensen, T. J.
Brandes. Mr. and Mra. V. W. ' Vine,
Miss Ullla Dyer, Mrs. Dyer, Dr. Frank
lin W. Holltster, Elesnor Mann, Duella
W. Sagulr. ,A. - M. , Shannon. Miss D.
Lowden. Mr. and Mra. W. J. Mattsrson,
Lulu Woodward, Nells Bchwsrts. Miss
M. Mastereon, Mrs. B. M. Dallas, E.
Sullivan, M rs. K.- Sullivan, Miss .Llxxy
Cealy, Mrs. E. F. Scott, Portland; Mrs.
J. E. Powell, Mrs. F. E. Powell, Oregon,
Illinois; Mrs. George Williams,. Seaside;
J. R. Frank. Lena M. Knox,- Katharine
L.' Dufner, SeatUe; Mrs. W. W. Bnell,
Miss Julia Snell. Mrs. Everett, Nampa;
Mr. and Mra, J. H. Downing, Condon;
Mra. A. a. Oossan. Salem; Miss Mamie
J. Bsrty, Miss Alma - Barry, Walla
Walla; M. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs, A. Richard
son, Baker City; Walter Seubury. Bay
View; J. W. Oarn.e, IL D. Ors y, As
toria. ' '.. .-'.'.'' .'. 7.'
Ths Whltehouse Arthur Gslslel, Fred
Oelalol, Mr. and - Mra W. 8. Paige,
Myrtle M. Bratton, Eetella R. Angell,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Knapp, Mra E. B.
Hyatt, Portland; Mrs. O. Mclnroe, Mra of the Black Cherry bark, Golden Seal.
Frunk Mclnroe, F. L. Buroker, Walla i root, Stone root and Queen's root, con
Walla. . : , : -,...' . ,.. - j talned l"GolUen Medical Discovery" In
Portland Hotel Miss M. Smith, Mln- subduing chronic, or lingering coughs,
nle M. Baum, A. Slehald, Dr. . H. T. bronchial, throat and lung affections.
Hooplc. L. M. . orrooa. Caw Taylo-, A.
J. Tsylor, Mrs. D. Shade, Dora A. Ras
kins. Archie L. Douglas. R. K. Plutlslt,
Charles W. Jack, Robert Wright and
son, Hssel Westemlre,' Captain Bourne,
Mrs. . Bourne, JameS Rothchlld, H. E.
Sautsr, Mr. and Mrs. K. Bau ter, R. M.
Bates, M. J. Hlokey. J. G. Brown, B. C.
Johnson, N. D. Barger, R. L Adams,
Portland; M. 8. Wright.-Sacramento; J.
T Hay. Caldwell, Idaho: C; P. Stamper,
John Kuuier. M. B. Mealey, II. H. Jen
kins. Mrs. W. Haucbrlt, Henry Haucbrlt,
F. W. Lorkwood, Wnlla Walla; Miss
Donsghy, Mlas Prentice. Ing Be'ach,
Cel.: J. Sblrlda, Astoris; Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Posse,
Boise; W. T. Martin, Toledo. Ohio. , rf
Garden Grove Emir a Thompson, J.
t. Bronauph. Enrl V. Eronuueh. R. W;
Frohmen, . Mr. and Mrs. Peterson and
rhllil, John C. Beck. Mrs. OVA. Broildle,
'lreiice Proddie, rortland; Jim. J. R.
Thomrseu, Daisy Thompaen, KalMma;
itAv Call. Ftta Trf-'sdnnt AVelser, Idaho.
Iyong . Beac' Hotel II. " It. Pomroy,
Lydle D. Smltlj. Charles A., Burton. O.
E. Wlltshl -e, F, F. Vrnnklin, T. K.
O'Neill. G.'oruo A. Stehlev. Rrlph Ilnhn,
Guy. Bennett. Rsy B. McFadden, F. L.
aTcSu'.ie. ::cj.!:ao JcnUIa.", itr. rr.d Mrs.
W. II. Brunnon; A, W, Bartlett, J. B.
Holsman, Charles W. Short. Nellie
Hurn, Marie Hort'ier, May Ch Ion. Andy
Barger, Mrs. C. N. Freley,. Mrs. .Albert
Crowa, ,n. F, r.iSttn. If. r. fl'r.eHer. In-,
V M. HnlllHtnr. Unr.P,H. u u-ii. :
11am Poblnnder, J. O. Brown. , F. C f
Petty, R. V. Pattfn, W. G. Mnsterson-
Mlas M. Mnsterson. itf. Mreh-w. J. n ;
MeDevItt, Mrs. HIIb H. l-iuln, Prt.
lard; Mr. end Mm. J. H Dow-lna, Cm.
den; Mrs. 0wrt. Wi'ptr: Mra;
IM. A. Mnnisv. rjra. n.'iiwf, "ff''-i'
sun A. M. ' SVUB
. '.;.' jg" ;s :
'- -r- i" ' '
j . - ---""ii ii. . n y mm, soih;
Nellie. M. Ramsay, Ellsa N. Ramsay.
Mayme J. Barry. Mr. and Mra. n.rt
O'Donavan. Mr. and Mra Melantban
Wajters, Mrs. A. Jaloff. Walla Walla; A.
B. Cowlsy, Mr. Und Mrs. J. H. Brown,
C. H. Landbeth, Ia Grande: N.-S. Slbler.
i. 4, ;nmorg, Heattle; W. J. Bowman,
Mr. and Mrs. I 'B. Townsend, Tacoma;
J. T. Hay, E. K. Eaawen. C F. Esswen,
Caldwell; H. T. Klpp. Mr. Btehleyt Bpd
kane; Flora Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. R. w.
Tslt, Mr. ard Mrs. O. a Spencer. A. W.
Hammond. " H. O McGuire, Charles
Hopper. South Bend: Mrs. w ' B. Ball.
The Salt Alr-Mra. Charles J. Dunne.4
usnvs j . uuiihv, cawin wssiey uunne,
L, L. Kafka, Dr. C C. McFarland, Mrs,
E. C. MaFsrland. Mrs. Harry H. Hpls
man and children, Mlaa Martha Levy,
Millie Levy, Miss R. Ollroy, Mrs.- A. E.
Labolrlteh. A. i Edward Labolrltch.
Henry Jennings, A. Wsloh. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Walcb and1 family, Evelyn Hur-
iey, runiano. ' , if . -
Chamberlalnse-Hsl Bcheeta.- Taooma-
Mrs. J. E. Ingalls. Mrs.- R. W. Price,
MIss-Ocs Price. Portland: Mrs. A M.
Cation. Bvsrell Cation, Forrest Cstlon,
Mrs. H. A. Crowell. Miss Jessie Baird.
- - " mm. maiie. A
TAUAN CONSUL ASKS'
THAT MAN RF IAII PR
Dr. C. F. Candlanl. Italian consul in
Portland, hna asked United States Com
missioner Bladen to have Bunl Adolf a.
a sailor on board the Erama. lying at
the Northern Pacific mill, arrested and
confined In Jail until further disposi
tion Is made by the consul. Adolf a la in
the county Jail for assaulting the cap
tain of ths Erama with a deadlv vnnnn
snd was brought before Commissioner
Bladen, lata this afternoon for commit-
; The usual' request In eases ' of this
. - - --
"tur? J, Bailor untlKths
"' b ""if" ". ""
Adolfa s esse Consul Csndlanl has asked
that hs be held until he decides what
action shall be taken. The law bearing
on the case states that, tho prisoner
may be heleVas long ss two years, and
the sailor may be confined In the county
Jail that long, whether the vessel leaves
port or not.
WA I trtMtLUN tAIIIMu
CONTEST AT OAKS
A t the Oaks tomorrow ' afternoon 1 1
darkles win engage in a watermelon eat
ing contest. They will be placed on a
raised platform on The Avenue. where
everyone may get a good view, and at
the word "go,", they will attack a Jarge.
Juicy watermelon. To the boy who sinks
his ivory teeth Into the - rind on the
other side first will go a handsome cssh
prise. - The colored lad who la second to
gouge out the red meat of his melon will
also be .rewarded. . , .
auung a sasiua. , , -
From the Baltimore American.
"Now I've queered myself for . good
with Miss Prttyfare." ,
"What did you dor - .
"I atartsd to write a proposal to her, "
but I'm so used to writing business In
stead of lova letters that I told her I
wanted the refusal of her hand."
' - Br. hert'a-XiWe. ' i.;
On Sunday evening ths Rev. Dr. Short
lectures cn 'The Life of Christ," and
uses ths famous paintings of Tlssot to
illustrate his talk. "Ths Holy City" will
alao be sung snd Illustrated.
'A Valuable Agent.
Ths s-Wcrrtn emnlored In Dr. Plsrcs'i
inedlcinns greatly enhances the medi
cinal properties which It eitraeta and
holds In nolutkjn much better than alco
hol would. It 1m possesses medicinal
properties of its own, tolng a valuable
demulcent, nutritive, antiseptic and antt-fnrmnnt-
It adds greatly to the efficacv
: lor fill or wwrn inee npenis are reoom-
i. k. a 1 I . I it 1 A. I tm
mended by standard medical authorities.
In all cases where, there li a wasting
away of - flnsb, loss of appetite, with
weak stomach, as In the early stages of
eonaumptlon, there can- be no doubt that
g Iveerino acta as a valuable nutritive and
aids the tiolden Heal root. Stone) root,
Queen's root and Black Cherry bark In
promoting uigoxtlon and bullUing np ths
flesh snd strentb, controlling the conga
and bringing about a healthy condition
of the whole svstem. Of court, it muit
not be expected to work mlrarles. It will
not r tire consumption except In Its earlier
tare. 1 1 will enre very severe, obstin
ate, chronic roMghs, bronchial and laryn
geal troubles, ard chronic sore throat
with lioarwoeM. In acute roughs it la
Dot so effective. It Is In the lingering'
conghs, or those of long standing, even
wheD acconpanlod by blei-ding from
lungs, that it ban perform"! Its mo
marveloiiH enrcs. Bend for and read the
little hool; of ettrscu, treating of tu
firnpertleit and uses of Ibe aoversl raed
clnal roots that enter Into Dr. Pierce'
Coklen Me:llcal Discovery and learn it'hji
this medidne has sucli a wide range of
sppllrntion In thectireof diat-ases. It i -aont
free. . Adurecs Dr. R. V. Pierce,
llnffalo, N.-Yr ,Th "Dlaeovery" con
tains no'akohol or harmful, habit-forming
drug. Ingredlonts all printed on each
bottle wrapt In plain English.
Nick people, pcrlally those offering
from dlsesees of long standing, are Invited
to ramailll Dr. 1'iereo bv lnlWr. Ttr. All
eorrtispondence is held as strictly prlvite
and sacredly mi6dentlal. ' Address Dr.'
K- V. r'IInffalo. N. Y." !
Hr. V liollrsl Adviser Is sent frm
on tvrlp. . stamp to pay eipeiisj f
mailing' owfy. Seud 81 oisvci'ilt Manns
nn,i or ""verctt, oi stamp for clotA-
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