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liuulVDS FLOCK TO
OTORIST CUT UP
AT GALES GREEK
Pioneer Who Crossed Plains
I, TftreyTlmgrIn the Eariy7
: Days Passes Away.
Advancs Throng Arrives to Hon
; , or Democracy's Peerless
.-.".- ","- Leader's Return.
Two Stands Stretched Across
poad That Catch Automobi
' 1st and Mangle Him. . ;
PujISIst-Actor Says , CanstVKtt
- Be Handily Defeated in
Coldfleld Mill. : ' ;
IN THB ' '
ffaeeW tHspatak Tke IearaaL '
Forest Grove. Am Sl Jamas F.
Lafferty of Oal Creek, died at hta
LEG NEARLY TORN OFF '
BY UNSEEN OBSTACLE
.::'.; . -. v.. ,, , J,. .. . . juST AKWVKD,
home August 14 at the age of Tl years
; HOTELS OF METROPOLIS ;
9 month and II days. Mrs Lafferty
SCRAPPER STARTS FOR
FILLED TO OVERFLOWING
HUNT IN MOUNTAINS
Beautiful and Exquisite in Design xnd Chxpe
Executive. " Committee on Arrangl-
v ' ments Holding Final Seeeiona fojr
, " Ovation Many Bueinesa Houses
;,';;' Decorating for Event
;. (Jceraal Special Servta. .'
. w Torkvr Aug.i II. To advane
', guard of tha bemodratl multitude that
, la to weloome William 3. Bryaa an hta
arrival bom from faU world tour haa
com to town. The mala army of dele-
I gate will poar lata tha elty tonight and
tomorrow morning.. Indication ar not
lacking that tha crowd of Tlaltors will
far aurpaaa tfto early axpactatlona. "Ad
vise received at tha headquarter of tha
. reoeptlon committee ahow that atatea
' aouth of tha Ohio and waat of tha Ml
aisslppl ar sanding delegations of sev
aral hundred each. Thoee commonwealths
within Malar reach of tha metropolis
will hav even larger numerical repre
sentations. Tha figure (Ivan out by
tb committee tak no account of tha
hundred of tsltors - who' ar exparted
to come In an unofficial capacity. Tha
low rate offered by tha railroad ar
' expected to result la one of the largest
crowds New. York has aeea In aome
yeara. . .- '. ; . :..., ;,....
Aim oat every hotel la the elty report
' more appiioauona Tor rooms for this
. , , week than can be granted. Many of the
hotel are--arranging with boardlng
' house and ' furnished-room owner to
' . send the expected ; overflow , to the
- , place. - , . : ;;:
- - Xaavy Plaoe Decorated. '
1 It developed today that, hotel and
many business ' house wjll ' decorate
v their place for tha occasion. Tbla fact
may be takea as without personal or
t political significance. It la customary
for tha business district to blossom out
. la the national color on the occasion of
, any large celebration. On the present
, . occasion It amy be regarded not ao
i. much as a personal tribute lo Mr. Bryan
- a to the throng of visitor who wlU be
her from all parts of tha country.
Fifth avenue and Broadway do not mo-
aopolia the decoration. Ia every part
of town, on, the far east and west aide,
where neither Mr. Bryaa nor any of tb
person who will com from out of
' town to welcome him will be likely to
go. shops and house are being decked
' out In his honori The saloon lead In
tha assurances that Bryaa la wleoome.
1 .'At the Hotel Victoria today th plan
and eoope committee appointed by the
Commercial Travelers Anti-Trust league
' war busy attending ta the final ar.
''rangemeatk for th " reception of Mr.
Bryan. The eteAmahln ; Prfneeaa Irene.
I with tha distinguished Nebraska and
f his party aboard. U expected to reach
i port, tomorrow. Mr. Brran will be en.
tertalned on tha private yacht of Edwin
Field Goltra of Bt, Xoala. a college
, classmate or jar. Bryan, -till th next
morning. He will be "met Thursday
- morning Dy tne receptiOD committee at
". ma usttery landing and will be escorted
in a carriage jparadei d Broadway -to
..central park; across to Fifth avanu,
I, and than down town to th Victoria
. hotel, where ha will rest till th vn
, ing. when th big reception la Madison
quara garden will tak place, , t
' : Frogiaaa of Kaotfag. '
i ' OovrAor -Folk of Mlasouri, aa chair
man of thO reception committee, will
call th meeting in th garden to order
' and will niak a speech, after which he
will Introduce Mayor Tom Johnson of
, , Cleveland to preside. Augustus Thomas
t will deliver aa addraaa of welcome on
behalf of th Commarclal Travelers'
Anti-Trust league, which took th In
' illative In planning tb reception. . Mr.
V Bryan will than delivar hi oration on
;. the Democ ratio laaue for 1101.
Madison 8ouar ' a-arden. anai-lmie
though It ta. will be crowded from tha
loony, whsra, i
, - ( seated ander th hug Iron girders that
" " . wuinriing ill.
- roof, th audttora wlU b acaroaly abl
-to. dlat'ngutsb th face of th apeakers
. f on th platform, much lea hear what i
,. f aald. A fore of decorators was nut to
. work today fixing np th Interior of th
great amphitheatre for the demonstra
tion Thursday night. Hundred of flags
fand countless yard of bunting will be
; d to give a gala appearance to tha
- Interior. Palm a and plant will grace
. spoaKerw piairorm. while large por
- trait of Mr. Bryan and of th eminent
" j Democrarlo leader of the nation In
, f daya gone by will he in evidence here
'.. .-nd there throughout the big structure.
. There Is a great demand for tickets- to
. ' th garden. It I evident that a number
' , tbt hav found their way Into th
; nana or ticket acalper. who expect to
,-r-turn a handsome profit by disposing of
v t hi.u iv visitor witn money to spend.
(Continued From Page On.)
oay at waicn Auditor Rranle. .in.
J Steven' warrant for boarding th prla-
, im in uiy, ana at which Sheriff
; .- Vord was . paid.
If Hherlff Steven were able to eol-
lect th II per week per prisoner de
e manded by him. and ran feed tha prl-
. oners at tha same figure Ebellng ex-
pacta to, hU dally profit on th 70 prl.
' i, onetM now In the county , jail would
-amount to i. At the rate of II eents
. a day allowed him. the sheriffs profit
. from Ebellng- figure 1 ll.so a day
or 11.100 a year, which th commission-
, or court expects to cave to th tax
X payer by letting th boarding of th
,i prisoners by contract.
The quality and value of a diamond i little known to the pros
pective buyer. But it'i. our business to know these matters by
yeara of experience, and we tell them freely and willingly." Every
tatemerit fa backed' up by facts, ao that we know whereof wa
peak. For a safe investment and an economical purchase, this
ia the place where reliability and satisfaction are assured, i
' ; V "Diamond Leaders
Manufacturing Jewelers. . .
Wifa and Daughter Bind Wound
With , Lfaiart ' From ', Clothing and
Puah Auto Untii Engine Surtax-
Nearly Coat Victim, life.-, : .
1 ''- (Jearaal Bpeeial Strrle.) '."' ',. ' "
f lm Angela Cat, Aug.. II L N,
Glover of this city, had a terrlbl ex
perience and nearly lost hia life When
he ran his automobll at full speed into
two strand of barbed wire, which were
stretched acrotshe highway eight mile
rrotn mversia yesieraay.
Qlover' lag was nearly aawed off
by th barb befor he could stop hi
machine, Qlover was lured Into th
trap by a . sign which had been so ar
ranged that ho took th wrong road.
In a glare of aunllght tha automobiUst
did not see th wire which slipped over
th top of th machine.
Overcome . by pala ' Glover fainted.
and Mr. Glover, hi wife, his daughter,
Mlns Celia Qlover, with three small
children, were left to oars for him alone
and out of Bight of any house. Th
women themaeives were badly anaken
by the sudden stop. They tor linen
from their clothing and bound tha gap
ing wound, doing what they- could to
stanch the flow of blood. , ),.
At a previous atop th crank nee-
eaaary to atart th engine had been
brokenTTT?naufrtad at Ihla, the two-
woman procured th help of a farmer
who waa passing by, and th three bod
ily pushed the heavy machine for nearly
half block In order to get Ita mecban-
tam In motion. The injured mail, who
bad la th meanwhile returned to" eon-
sclousneas, though suffering great pain.
clung to th wheel and kept th auto In
straight course. Olovar. 1 now in
Riverside- hospital. " 1-; ,
CITY WATER DEPARTMENT
(Continued from Pag One.)
Qrltxmacher will be made. This will al
most undoubtedly be adopted by the
board and then th detectives must lay
their cases befor th civil service com
mission if thy hop to gt back their
A meeting of tha elvll service com
mission Is scheduled for tomorrow, but
nothing has been laid befor It thus far,
regarding tha case. - Tha commission
can' ravers th' action .of th board.
Thia has been don In th case of sev
eral employes ordered dismissed by th
executive board. y -. v :.:, '
Oomplalnts Aa Fre.aeat.
Complalnta about th water depart
ment have been frequent. Much of
Mayor Lan time ha been taken .up
by peopl with all manner, of com
plalnta, some about -ondepartmnt and
some about another. ' It seems that th
crltTelsA of tb water department have
sounded more reasonable than moat of
Th .water famine this summer has
aroused sharp criticism not r only from
tb suffering inhabitants of th hirh
grounds without water during many
hour of th day, but also from watsr-
uaera - ganerauy. . v
The Installation of water mater has
occasioned scores of "kicks." A num
ber of wall-founded 'Complaints have
made, some by members of th
executive board, on th selection of the
nouses and stores to be metered, it
has been stated to th mayor that
places whr th plumbing was notor
iously defective had been passed bv.
and that other placea where th plumb
ing waa In good condition and tha
amount of water used almost th same
month after month have been metered.
The tenants of the last-named class of
buildings found their . water bill re-
ncl materially, but th city was los
ing a. cnance to up a part o tna nor
mous wast of water.
Mayor Lane has said that ha does not
expect to find many 'employee who hav
not been doing their full duty. Men
who are well eesuainted with muntcloal
work of other citlea hav repeatedly de
clared that more work la being don
with tb aam number of omploy In
Portland than In any other elty in tha
United Btatea. - Th salaries her are
generally lower than those paid by other
cltlee for th aam class of work. For
Instance, Loo Angeles hires thro men
to do exactly th aama work being done
by on man in th engineering office
her. Th auditor's off lo her doe
much of the work don by th elty at
torney' office In most cities.
In - th engineering department tha
press of work this year ha been
terrific. Th system of the department
ha been criticised, but little personal
complaint on the men In this depart
ment haa been heard for many months:
As to the fir department there ha
been about aa much ' complaint aa upon
tb police department. ' ,
Th mayor next atep la being anx
iously awaited y th employ in every
department. Th ax la due to fall
again where 7 , . ';'',..,
SWEEK GIVES EVIDENCE
(Continued from Page One.)
sign unless It were R. D. Inman, and h
wa .not sur of that. He did not re
member any request from Borenaon
and tha incident happened so long ago
ne nd forgotten tne details. Person
ally he had no Interest whatever In the
Cascade addition. '
The government expects to show that
of the Northwest"
Cor. Third and Waahlngton Sta.
Jaraea F. Lafferty.
waa born December I, lilt, lo Clark
county, Illinois. - HO was one of tha
pioneer 'eettlers of Oregon, crossing ths
plains three different times and after
the, last trip In. IIS 7 cam to California.
in tha early alxtlea he moved to Or
ion, settling near Mount inaaiay. vasn
ington county, -and began to worn in
sawmill" for D. O. Quick, for several
yeara. While there ho met Mrs. C
liovlng'and the two were married In
November. 1171. In 1177 they moved
to. Galea Creek, where they have made
their horn elnea. Ha leave a wife,
daughtar and a tepson, bida a larg
number of relative to mourn his loss.
Senator- Maya had achool landa ' m ' tha
Caaoad addition; that h profited by
tha addition, which after being reoom
mended by . Foreat - Superintendent
Ormaby 'was proclaimed a part of th
reserve July 1. 1101; that following th
proclamation Ormaby went to Koso-
burg and conferred with Blnger- Her
mann and that soon afterward Jon,
Sore ns on and Maya began to do busi
ness with Orrosby.
Although Ormsbya name waa not
mentioned, J. J. Fltxgerald, deputy elty
attorney, gave testimony yesterday art'
ernooa which revealed that the obliging
forest superintendent was bunkoed nut
of about two-third of his bribe. Th
tory, part of which has been tol.l oh
the wltneaa stand, runs aa follows:
1 May made Ormsby a present of eer-
tif teat , calling for two section of
school lands. . Thl wa In recognition
of OrmsDy' services in "properly" in
vestigating th proposed Bui Mountain
reserve. - About two yeara afterward
Ormsby gav th certificates to DanlelTcnheoT verfllttl, while Cantna'ar
Webster Tarpley to aelL .; Tarpley took
them to Sorenson, and not long after
ward earned le to Ormaby aa the pro
ceeds of the sale. : Fltxgerald swore yes
terday that ha gave Borenson 11,100. He
called th transaction a loan. Daniel
Webster Tarpley haa informed govern
ment officials that all he held out of
th transaction was $110. This leavea
Sorenson's "bit" at 11.110, nearly two
thirds of Ormsby s-original bribe.
Fltsgerald also revealed that 10 cents
an acre wa still due on, th two sec
tions. He paid thia amount, and the
land now Imprisoned In th Blu Moun
tain reserve atand In tb nam of Mra.
J. 4. Fltxgerald. wife of th witn.
Th rest of Fltsgerald' testimony relat
ed to acknowledgments of school land
appllcatlona and assignments taken by
him a a notary public at ths request of
Robert Bchultse. formerly a aaloon-
keeper, gave testimony that ha signed
hia own name and that or aeveral
friend to achool laad applications and
fttftrg ttrrnann toloj Mm
to do this. Among the friends who
nam - Bchultse used were Krnest
Schwab and Johan Mayer.. Schultsa
kindly told tham about It afterwarda.
W. M. im Force, the attorney wno waa
go-between for Ormsby and Maya, was
recalled to tha atand twice this morn
ing. ? He Identified tha enevlopea that
had contained the certificate given to
Ormsby, also a paper giving a descrip
tion of the . Tarpley-McKlnley achool
lands whloh Mays:- demanded because
Tarpley and McKlnley had "butted in.
Fore declared ne Knew nothing or
the dispute over th 17,100 acre grabbed
by the pair mentioned or of Mays' de
mand that tha Interlopers surrender half
Of their holding.
When La Fore wa recalled th sec
ond tlm Proseoutor Heney asked:
"Did you not aay to Captain Ormaby
that if he didn't give you soma money
you would expo hi connection with
the Blue mountain reserve promoter 7"
Ex-Judge Pipes, attorney for Jones,
objected to the question, aaylng that
th government was not taking th
proper way to impeach Ita own witness.
Prosecutor Heney Insisted that he
merely wanted to show motive on the
part of La Force. The statement mad
by th witnes at various times were
not alike, and tha government wanted
to bring out a reason for thia
The objection was sustained, and Mr.
L' Fore wa excused from th stand.
Prosecutor Heney had previously given
th defense notlc' that he expected to
aay soma thing about Ia Force whan
th argument stags Is reached. Attor
ney W. D. Fen ton. counsel for Mays,
promised to say something in defens
of th witness,
Fred Baffarn teatlfled that his name
and mark were put on a achool land
application and assignment by Georg
Borehsonr WTIfl" f ava him no money, but
bought a drink. Several others sold
out at the same .price at the aama time.
It wa different in Frinevlll. Mr.
Angle Bonney - of that town testified
that she was given 110 for algning an
application and assignment. Th land
acquired la this way wa Included la
th addition to th Blu Mountain re
serve that waa recommended by Con
gressman Williamson on September tl.
,.J. D. Mann, a notary public, testified
to putting his Jurat on 10 appllcatlona
and assignment. Th applicant war
brought to him by George Sorenson,
and - tha notary's pay wss 10 eents a
head. In each case th description- of
the land and the name of, the aaslgne
waa left out. of, the paper. j .
ESPERANTO TALKERS '
PLEASED. WITH TEDDY
Geneva, Aug. II. The 1,800 delegates
to tha Esperanto conference ar enthusi
astic over President Roosevelt's adop
tion of phonetie apelUng. ' ,
Party of Oregon an i California Pao
' pie Accompany Him From Eugene
to Belknap Springs Where They
-"Will Spend a Few.Wcck.Sb90tinf.
(Special Dtspsteh to Tke JsaraaL)
Sugene, Or., Aug. II. Jarae J. Jef
frie and a party of frlende lft hare
aarly this morning for Belknap Spring
on a few weeks' bear - and dear hunt.
Tboae who accompanied him wr Mra.
Jeffrie, E. W. Hopperstead and wife,
Mlaa Hopperstead. U Hopperstead. - J.
Myrlck, Georg F. Miller or jU
Angeles, Dick Adam of San Francisco,
J. M. Ohmel of Nw Torr, Watt Mon-
tetth of Portland. ;
A four-horse wagonload of provisions
Breeeded th - nartv. Thav Vaxneci. to
reach the springs sometime tomorrow,
Jeffries had llttl to say concerning
porting vnt . while here, but ax
pressed hia opinion that Nelson would
win handily from Gan in the coming
match at Goldfleld. Ha looka heavier
than b did when her two year ago
whan ha appeared in "Davy Crockett'
at a local theatre. ,
ci!i::ese coycon mmi
Monsy From Bay City Chinsss
Which Kspt Agitation Alivs
r Now Shut Off. V.
Uearaal BoeeUl arvtea.t
Waahlngton, Aug. IS. -The San Fran
cisco disaster ended th Chine boy
cott, according to Consul -General Jultua
O. Lay of Canton. Lay doesn't alv as
surances that tha boycott is ta be suc
ceeded by immediate reatoratlon of
cheerful mien toward ' Americans and
their product, but Indicate that for
tha present th boycott la about over.
The Baa Francisco calamity," write
Lay, "cut oft for a- while, and poaaibly
forever, th regular money romtttan
(some of which were large I that war
formerly sent hsr by Ban Franelaoo
Chines In support of tha boycott move
ment. Also Chine dalra In Amrt-
can products have loat heavily aa tha
result of the agitation and do not heal-
ia to say iney ar weary oi ii. maer
question, too, nave oproeo it in
public lntereet at thia time. Btlll gen
eralisations ar not safe.
"American imports at Canton hav da-
ports to - America
BOY SLAYS FATHER
(Continued from Pas' One.)
tha city and Inform hi mothar, who
was there. He was taken into custody
about TO o clock and confessed he had
killed Hia father. ' Th confession
made to Chief Waller and Detective Mo-
Dermott . ..-
At f!rt h told a atory that he had
made arrangements with, a man named
Riley at Sheridan, Wyoming, to ooma on
hero and kill his father. They planned
to secure 1500 h knew his fathsr car
ried and divide It. Ha atated Riley earn
last nlgnt and carried out bis part of
th program, and that it waa Riley wno
truck hi father with an as. H aald
Riley took 1410 and fled to Roealand.
Brttiah Columbia, leaving him 110. Tha
nolle prevtoualy found 470 on Sidney's
person snd th story seemed so im-
prODSDl '"mr -p ' "H im
boy ho wa lying. "r . . -
Sloan then broK down ' ompitiy
and confessed that ha alone killed hia
father, but that It wa In the heat of
passion, hia father having attacked him
when mtoxicateo. too muraer '
probably committed ahortly after mid
night. - judging from tne eonoition in
which the body., waa found. - Mr. Sloan
Waa fully dressed. ' Hi pocket ap
peared to have been rifled. It' la
thought thl wss merely a blind 'to
turn aald auaplclon. Sloan wa about
I yeara old and rather feeble.
Mr. Sloane, tha murdered man. 'wa
on of Spokane' moat philanthropic eltl-
sen, and waa a special patron or tna
newsboys. Never wa a Thanksgiving
day passed upon which . Mr. and Mra.
Sloane did pot serve their newaboy pro
teges with a sumptuous dinner. .
Th youthful murderer has ever been
known as a hard character. When h
became so tough aad unruly that hia
parent could no longer control him, a
few year ago, hia father had mm com
mitted to th atata reform school, and
ha -haa been oat but a short time.
The murdered man waa prominent la
business circles ' and . had a hoat of
friend.. Hi brutal murder by his own
on haa aroused a storm of indignation.
When the s torn aclt is
weak ' appetite poor and
sleep restless, you want the
best remedy before the pub
lic to -make you well again.
You naturally select ths
Bitters because (or 03 years
if has been curing poor
Appetite, Heartburn, Bloat
ing, Dyspepsia,. Indigestion,
Crsmps, Diarrhoea, Female
Ilia or Costireness. '
45c, 60c, $1.00,
ALL COLOES FOU BUBNINO
; 65c,j$i.oo, $i.5o:
i Imported Red Rubber Toys
. v ANIMALS, RATTLES, BALLS. ETC
.: 25 35 50 e5 75f ...
'Y '. '..;-. - r Regular. SpeciaL
Tooth Brush, imported. 1....... 25c 13
Tooth Brush, imported. ,85c 23
Hair Brush, solid back; 9-row bleached " L .
bristles ........... ... ..... . .......... . .$1.00 63f
Bath Brush, Letver's patent....",,...'.,... .. .85c r B7f
Cotton ette Short Fibre Cotton, pounds .25c -' 19)
'Absorbent Cotton, pounds..... ............ ..40c - 27j
'Kerchief Bathing Caps............ ....... .$1.25 l?1.10
Rubber Sponges ......... ... . . , . , . . . . . . . .50c 37 :
- Salt and Pepper Shakers', set. ....... ,. . . . .75c ' SOf
Whisk, Broom, reg.'lOc, 20c, 30c Special. 8f, 16, l&f
-gully nnflfantrv NOW
Knox Trtr:el Cits
J9$ to Uatu Np Do
Wo M. (ao fta.
Oregoa orpaiaUa whleh Ughas
low ymaraaSeed level prearam
Bellalila aaaa aaateed
r i yov.
THEY LAST '
$1.30, $160 Each
I PEGAMOID,"", 'rr 'M:
i y. RIVETED, . i :- -;M vv
'H DOUBLE-ACTION 01
Wortl $5.00 for
ter Itilts Raw ttiij
- taUSC;. SU Cpp. TrAzlZtz 1
or Cam Civm Botimr , ., V-
;:'r - r: TT -TeaVvVeei V ft
a v; w
the peUer-hoUefs baxau
rahs kaa aay ether aoaipaay.
a tfraUa. . 1
ldrc2 Eniowccat !
- '. ..'," AND. -
- - -S!zprCa Scsrtip '
"Certllloatea from Paotflo tlnlvrlty
hav' admitted ctudenta from our
classe to exactly th aama arad In
William. Amherst. Prtnceton,. Tale
HORACE M. RAMSEY,
. ... -: ciaa o mt.
The abeve Is tram sa article hy Kev.
Hortee M. Beauer, ef st. ateBheal
Cksreai,' rertlaae. la a aoohlet. entitle
-To aeskers t Rlstaer Edueatloa.'i The
article la the booklet ar all written hr
alaaial aad stadeeta ef ratine, aad war
b M the ashing. , , ..
Tt Prtpsrslcrjr Ctpsrlzesl
' Mlrn School rraduat and others
having- creoite to man up for col-
can do o la Tualatin
nm rn OATAxooxxm.
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rTorth Pccific College
' On of tha largest and beat equipped
Institution of it kind In th entire
West. No dental school can boast of a
better force of a mc tally trained teach
ers, who devote their entire time to-the
Interest of the- atudenta.
Th clinic ar unsurpassed, belnf In
aaca ef th needs of th students. -
The annual session begin October 1.
Fbr Information and Illustrated eatalog
addraaa th dean.
DR. HERBERT C. MILLER, .. .
r; ' Portland Oregon:rhir
: lath tmam wxu onor im
Tit boy and alrla for Datra and
'tern Uege. " - - ; . ' '
laciudea a primary" and ' grain mar
aohooL - , i -.-.::.- t -j;l
Boarding hall for girl effordrne'fbe
em fort and ear of a refined home. -
OfBoo hours during the Summer frota
a. as to It am. ..- , -
For catalogs writ to th addreaa
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grammar grade course. ; Appl for
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"r.", . TRAVf LKRS. .
' EverrtMns to eat and drink, and
tt eot no more la the.
. PortUnt Hotel IUtaak1to
than elsewhese In th city. Every
rkdy night from 1:10 to It ,
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Cloud Cap Inn
Oregon's famous mountain reaon at
on .Mount Hood
Away from th heat of the elty. The
moat delightful ratlng plaoe ' la the
aorthweat Full Information at the
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TICKET OFFICE, Third &
Washington bU. ..;
com. atoausov ajts wist sass sts.
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primes eataiaaa SMwta train as shiaaisi.
Hooma $I.OO to $3.00 at Day
grtaj Sates to OeiasMrelal Haa.
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