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THE OREGON DAILY. JOURNAU PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING. JULY 13, 1007.
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; . (Special Oorrmpoadrsc To JesrssM '
North Bwh, Wash..' . July it. Th
season practically open hero th firet
week of July, but th many, attraction
during tn tmk of th national holiday
liava a tendency to kp peopl in th
. city until tha great, vent ha been fit
tingly wlebrated nd the hot glare of
tha aun remind them that ummer ha
really arrived. . . .,".' " .
It then, that-thougta Jurn lang-
Inrly toward . the eool retreat a Ion (J
tha ocean botch and tha -whistle of tha
teamer Potter eound ever mora and
more inviting. Tha call becomea more
enticing ' tha mercury becomea ami
Mtloua to reach the top of the ther
mometer, and already, larg number of
Fleaaure seeker and busy workers off
,ir their vacatlona have re-ponded,
crowding the decks of the big aiMe
? wheeler and thronging tha train from
Thralo and Nahcotta. . ,
Up to thla time moat of tha arrivals
have been transients and the opening
of eottagea for permanent aummer out
Inga is In Its Infancy. Tha hotels have
been doing a good business and expect
" a large rush on fcaturday, after, which
there will bo a steady growth of the
summer population,,, which .usually
reaches high - water - mark, about the
third week In Auguat. t - n ; t ; ,; '
' BTaryon Za aXestlng..
Until mora cottages throw off their
blinda and chimney covers.
ylilch have protected them through the
1 pltallty, thara will aot bo much doing
rll wav at tha beach, aa the
tourists and hotel tranaienta aeek the
' beach rather aa a rest rrom society
and find ample recreation and amuaa-
n.nf In walking halhlni. Or lUSt Sim
ply breathing the Invigorating air of tb
. ocean. . , y"
k manv houses have beenrnewir
painted and repaired, ao many new one
are In the course of construction- and
owners who have desired to rent their
cottages for tha summer nava aisposeu
'of them with ao little difficulty, that
everything Indicates a very prosperoua
; : aeanon-for 10T and plainly shows that
Portland people are not alow, to appre
, elate their good fortune In being no
near such a dallghtrui watering piacn.
Aa Ideal Boot.
: Tha reputation of Ocean farlTas one
of tha roost Ideal spots In tha whole
northwest la becoming generally ao
' talked of that It will no doubt attract
a very largo, share of the visitors tb
North Boacn mis year. - ii ! "
to Nahcotta and Shoalwater bay makes
It a favorite spot for fishermen, while
It unusual width of beach, Ita beautl-
1 ul grove and shady wood- offer per-
" Xect setting for hou' or eamp. r;
Farther down tha beach is TUa BreaA
f era. whar loom tha big whit hotel,
deservedly popular, for without depriv
ing lta vialtora of elngle convenience
or luxury of tha home it offer every
- advantage, benefit and pleaaura of tb
: beach. Tno notei -unauy .
- filled with guests " who may- oe-aean
I daily boating on tha lake, playing ten
. nis, bowling or bathing In the surf.
, About half a mil from The Broker
j s Tioga. . where om of th corniest
and most ubstantlal ' homea on' th
' beach are altuated. Hera are the Bum
mer home of peopl who com regularly
to tha beach-and most partlularlyat
thl place, are old aoqualnUnca re
newed year after 4!r. V , ,
X,ong Baavoa Xa laatropolfab T '
" long Beach 1 tha metropolla of tha
' summer colony, possessing the largest
tiumber of cottages, store and place
.mnummi as well aa oasting of
tive large hotel and innumerable board
ing hounes. The Urlftwood, a popular
hostlery at Long Beach, la on of the
most uniqu archltectuar structure to
: found anywhere.- The wlmmlng
.nir tha hnm-llnr alley and large roller
akati'ng rink add to tha attractiveness
and popularity of thl busy little city,
a.. vu imiiii In some way to nave
falntlo for th young people who
come to the coast Every year thia fact
ha been very marked and tha social ae-
- tlvlty ha alway heen greater . t Baa
View tlian at any axher place. A large
hotel like Tha Breatora
, business here, many of the lr-
being unabl to accommodat tha , large
f number of people who would rather tny
at Sea View than go , farther up the
r-.v. Tk. u..knnv cottaara 'at Bea
View 'haa been Improved and enlarged
almost beyond "J, ?J !
aettlng of lawn and varicolored flower
la a very attractive juuaioa
BNomei On 3Larg City.-
-' 'When the season becomea farther ad
vanced a dletinct aeparmiion iraiwo
these different named atatlon 1 not
noticeable, a they bacoma. ao thickly
aettled a to seem like on large sum
At tha ..trom ' aouth end of th
beach at the mouth of the Columbia
, river 1 North Head, a famous plcnio
ground, - and tha- mecca or aignt-seers.
t- Two light houses.- a life-saving station.
coast defense fortlflcatlona. a splendid
viw of th ocean, -the Columbia river
bar with it wonderful jetty, are sight
that are of Intereat to every visitor to
North Beach. ' .. ' ,
, Tb Tlaltora. - ,
' Mr. J. Burk and llttl aon ar
at Bea View for th aummer. , .
Mr. Theodora Wlloox and son arrived
on Tuesdsy for an Indefinite tsy at
; th beautiful Wilcox hom near .The
RThe' family of W. M. ' Kfllingsworth
opened their cottage "Eureka" at New
; ton station during th week. . ' -
The Aloha cottage at Bea View will
again be occupied by tha family of
t Charlea Maetlck, Mre. Norman Pater-
' " Many a man believing he I well has
i gone to aa Insurance company only to
bo told byth examining physician to
put hi affair In order aa ha ha only
a few months to live due to advanced
kidney disease.' Thus, many people do
rot even know they have kidney trou
lle: If you know It you have had notice.
No matter how well you feel or look
if .ru have kldnev trouble don't feed It
with d ley. As above. It may b al
rendy chronic. Hence, th necessity for
tniciu st th tarl th only thing
i.,. iht reachea It In both the first
sid rhronlo. forms, Vis., Tulton- Renal
j lie crneua" ahowB"thatH,00 death
in. mi cenaua year wrri imm m ,-
- ..t ilia ktdnrva that was abso
1hi,.v incurable up to the discovery of
1,,11,'d'i Renal Compound. It also
..,... that over nine tenth of' all
... ur. riM, tiNinfr or later, as
sume, 1 this one form. How under th
sun Uien rn people who have kidney
tr..ul aff"rd o ke anything but
the only known specific for the serious
it, hs put svornl'of our dying fel
lf. riMiona on (heir feet. " Honolulu
it joa uv ju: .i. UouW urirtit.
aon will be her mother guest for the
month of July and 'August.
. Mrs. Fielding Kelly and Mis Kelly
are occupying th Kelly cot tag at Sea
View. - v .-
Captain ' and Mra Edwarda left the
beach for Portland on Tueaday after a
short stay at Bea View, where they were
registered at tha Hackney Cottage.
Miss Germain . Samuel is at Th
Mrs. J. W.' Morrow and two children
have taken a cottar for th summer at
Sea View. They have a a guest Ml
junnita Matlock or rieppner. uregon.
Mias Rosemary Baldwin, who la con
valescing from a serious Illness, I with
her mother at Bea View, i where 'they
have rented A pretty beach home fori th
i Mrs, Kmll Fninlc and Mra Fech
helmer, who were gueet of Mr. Iam
Whit at Tlora during the week re
turned to Portland On Monday. ,
. Xeev Open House. .
Tr: rd Mrs. Inam whit ar again
Installed for the summer In the pretty
red cottage on Tioga Ridge, t As usual
they are keeping open house and have
already had aevernl roeata. Mra. C
Fnchhelmer and Mrs. Kmll Frank were
amonr th. recent visitors at the Whit
. Mra Allan Wrlrht with her four llttl
on and her mother. Mrs. Ilow-rs. wife
of the manager of the Hotel Portland,
contemplate two months of free and
healthful beach life In their cottage at
Among the tfueata of tha Hotel Break
ers is th family of ,,Doc" Ackerman,
prominent In social circle In San Fran
cisco. '- y-
Mr. 'Jullu Meier left th beech for
Portland on Monday. His wife and two
little children are comfortably aettled
In their cottase, Swlfslde, at Tioga.
t..Jia, it4tm jr--K.moM. . ai 111 abend
the summer at Tloca. where she haa
lately opened her -cottag.
Rev. William T. Eliot, -with hi fam
ily ar rusticating at Bea View, where
they have taken a convenient beach
Mra. Alexander Warner and her sla
ter, Mrs. Pope, are in th Warner eot-
lAga .Atai loga
Upsaaaa at Oaatarvlll.
-The Becley cottage at .Centervllle la
occupied for the seeaon by Mr. and Mra
I. N. LIpman. With, them are Mrs.
Llpmnn'e slater, Mias Helen Roaenfeld,
an,l her brother. Arthur Rosenfeld,
Miss Henryette Lauer waa a gueat of
the LIpman eottac during th week. - -Miss
WUma Flake la with, tha Mas
tick family at Bea View.
A very . pretty , and convenient -camp
near the Breakera Is tensnted by Mra.
R. J. Holmes. Miss Annl Holme. Mis
IjOlita Holmes ad Edwin Holmes.
Mr. and Mra T. H. .Amos, after ar
ranglnc for th oocupancy of their
bearh house at Tioga, left during the
week for. a southern trip. Miss Tilly
C. Amos Is now In tha cottage.
Mra. Fettle I visiting her sister. Mr.
Helen Bradley. MtsVa!t I also a
member - of the Bradley- household for
a few week. -r.
Cottage Hear Bocks. .
Among th few cottare bntlt tl -ih
extreme southern end j-f the beach near
tha rocks are tha StiS'ile eottag and
the Collins', pretty creen bunralow.
The ar both occupied by their own
The Borne house at Tiora. which 1
an unusually fin summer hom. Is dis
pensing beach hospitality to - several
Juesta - Caotaln Reynolds Is with th
amlly for a brief visit.
The family or William MCKenil. th
well-known accountant, ar in their
none at Tha Wlllowa. ,- , ,"f
Mra isaao-Lawler and daughter Nona
ar spending th month at Centerylll.
The Mlsse Agnes and Ethel Mcin
tosh, In the absenc of their mother,
who I spending th aummw with rela
tive In Scotland, have opened their cot
tage at The wuiowa and are keeping
house for their email brothers. - Miss
Ann McLean and Howard Knight of
Astoria spent a few day at th Mcin
tosh cottage this week.
Biz Xoath at Baaekv ..',
Mr. D. W. Crawler haa been In her
cottage at Tioga since May 7. Mra
Crowley- I extremely fond of th beach
ana spend e aoout aix months or th
year In '.er beautiful hom here, which
I on of the finest on the ridge.
Mr. William Harder and the Mlsaea
Harder are In one of the Gibson cot
tage at Sea View. Mi Ethel Honey
man 1 a guest of Mia Ethel Harder.
' Tha Klosterman cottage ha been
taken for July and Auguat by Mr. and
Mra Ard Haradan.
Mra John Rayborn 1 at th beach for
th aummer season. Her cottage 1 near
Newton atatlon, . j
' Th , spacious and - elegant Corbett
house at Sea View ha, been opened.
Mr. H. Wt Corbett, Mr. and Mra.H. W.
Mason. J. H. Maaon and Mr. David
Robertson comprise th household.
- Barber Cottage Solo, ;
Th Dr. Barber cottage at Tioga ha
been sold to H. Hugglna Mra. Hug
gin and Harold Huggina ar here for
the rest of th Bummer.
Th, Mitchell cottage has been ranted
to Dr. Nunn. th Portland oculist.
Mra Frank Heltkemper Is with her
motner, Mrs. Aiiara, at Bea view. "
The beautiful ne w . home . of , m It
Wells at Sea View ha Just been com
pleted and mad ready for th aummer.
Miss Madeline Bruce. Mra Dan Kellaher
and Mlaa May coon ar being enter-
lainea oy sars. wens. -.
The Bcbocht cottar at Bea View again
present a lively scene and aa usual
many good times ar anticipated at thia
hospitable aummer home.
Professor Jamison, Mr. Jamison and
daughter L Conie are in their Be View
.- : r r itn raarm,y
E. A. Howe. F. A. Oaddl. Q. E. Kel-
log, Mra a. H. Reed, Paul C. Bates,
Mr. and Mrs. Claud u. Bta-rr, Mr. and
Mra C Rosenfeld.- Delohlne Rosenfeld.
Charles H. McCrum, J. ,W. Newklrk, L.
A. otewart, u. . utewari, - Mra -1
SamueL Oerxnaln Samuel. Mra. C C
Oartsen.' Mr. and Mrs. C C. Nan. Mr.
and Mra P. II. Tynan. A. R. Harmon.
C. W. Thomas. Mr. and Mra Oeorre W.
Bosch k and children. Miss Marguerite
Bosch). Mr. T. m. Trutn. ii. m.
Wood. Miss Ethel Harder. Muster Rua-
sell Wood. Mr.. and Mrs. Jullu Meier,
r. . a Tisae, A, JOgar- arann, sn,
Meier. Mr. Frank. I. Aronson. Vr: H.
T. Hoopln, Margaret O'Connor, Mra
Walter Honey man, nurse and cniid, J.
DeBevolse. 1. M. ciarx, u. jhu Averui,
Mary Averlll, of Portland; Mr. and Mra.
M. J. Connell, Leon Hayes, Mr. and Mr.
Arthur Morton. Seattle. Wash.; Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Bell, Chicago; Mr. and Mra
V. L. Hatfield, Sacramento, Cel.; Mr. and
"re. ti. M. H raarora. n ouin joenu,
Waah.; Dr. H. T. Hoopla. Calgary; W.
E. Nixon, Twin Falla Ida. - . ,
-;- -At Th rertlaad. i
Mr. Oraee Flynn,"Ar Thoma. K. It
Kaltx, Mr. and Mra C. B. Russell, Mr.
C. H. Olaa Mr. and Mra .Thomaa H.
Rtehacdson, H. W. Htott, A, Garvin, Dan
hassle Minnie Blackwood. Mae C, Jost,
Mlss'Eeter Ford. Oeorge C. lice, L.
Allenhofr. Mr. Roldlng, i. H. Stanley.
ot Portland i Oeorge J. Rutkln. Mr. and
Mra A. McEwn, San FmncUeo; Mr.
VI I Mitchell. Welser , Ida;
Floyd Harrl. Iee WUliams, CafdweH
d.V: H;, h.. O'ConnelL Mra. W. U
O Conned MUs Grace Flynn; Seattle,
Wash.; F. 8. Frank, I. M. Bettla. J.
C.4 Bettls. C.' T.-Bettls, Jefferson City,
lenn.; Mr. end Mra F. A. Mason, .As
toria. Or..' Mr. Snd Mra A -.Invar . 1
MlU.lgan.-X C. Waggoner," E. B. Mllcan,
SouUt liCHd. Jfi'juU.. AU. ie-ai&- ind
daughter, N. Smith, Dan Parkard. Nah
cotta, Wash.;. Mr. Hyatt and family.
Lebam, Wash.; Mr, and Mra R. A. Evr
Ing, Hanover, Germany. , - -
. At IVong Beaoh XotaL . .
Horac CaaWall, - Al Ijuhay, Thomas
Bennett. R, O.jHeracb, W. H. Cay. H.
Le Tlssler. C. H. McCarthy, D. A.
Monurla, Mrs., J. 1 EL Laarned, Mildred
Learned, H. Cay a. R. H. Brown, B K
Flske. C. U. Stewart, W. F.
Wilson. Mr. and Mra P. Heata
Mr. and Mra. Thomas H. Richard
son, T. W. Macklin, U T. Hubbel),
Mrs. EW. Kan tier. Marie Murry. Millie
Stlnchcombo, Ore re Htlnchcomb. Mra
Clara Firth. H. .T. Borden. John Milll
ken, Thoma Huntington, Alfred Geary,
F. E. Manchester, R. Morris, L. Bene
dict. D. R. CUrk. A. IX Clifford.' L
Arousay, Fred - C. - Hyde, of Portland,
Oregon; Captain I. J. Hat hey of Juneau,
Alaska; IJlllan Geary, , Tacoma, Waah.;
J. K. Roddyj Namps, Idaho; Mr. and
Mra .ClaUd puraL Nam pa, Idaho: Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. -Gardner. ' Middle ton,
Idaho; Eva Allen. Greenfield, Maine;
Iron Whitley. Mra G. A. Newcomb,
Mra S. L. Ilodgina, Ixul Roe of
Hols. Idaho; Mr. and Mra B. F. Ivy,
Surf Bathinf la'
Spokane, Washington; Mr. and Mra. C
I.. Hoffman. Mr. and Mra. C. B. Mo-
Clellan, D. W. Ceban, Roy Talt. Frank
M arc. Robert Nlohoi o t - out owaa,
Washington; A. Taylor, Astoria, Ore-
fon: Mr. and Mra. N. H. waro, uoer
Innd. Oregon: J. H. Taylor, Nahcotta,
Waahington; Florenc Eynard. -Tacoma.
Waahlngton; Mr. A. y Wilson, Mra
Charawell, Bay Center; ? W. 1 Burt.
vane, waanin ....,- , t
' At th Driftwood. -Mrs.
D. A. Shlndler. Page Bhlndler,
Lawrence J. Schode, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Read. Mra N. Kauffman. C. J. Kauff
man. Gertrude Sohocht, Mra M. Mo-
Donald. " Violet " McDonald.- Hemic Mo
Donald R. H. Pease. Leo. J. Schmidt.
Allc Healy, Mrs. M. Llynlff, Mr. and
Mra aeorg rarna, ra i .
E. Vons iBoratel, Ada Mercer, W,- H.
u.n fiartrnria O'Mallev. Josephine M.
Cronan, France R. Cronan. H. Bower.
Mra A, A. Wright nd Bona D. Madl
gan. E. W.. Dlngman of Portland, Ore
gon; Mary -O. .Cronan, Sea View; Jamea
W. Bell. Mra Bell. Chicago; .Walter
Seaborg.Ilwaco; Mr. and Mr. W. J.
MorrUon. La Grande, Oregon: Dr. A. E.
Stuht and family, Colfax. Washington;
Mis Mabel M. Stuht, Omaha, Nebraska;
Jack De Brau, Str. T. J. Potter, Mr. and
Mra C O. Flf laid, Lewlaton, Idaho;
Mra. R. J. Tennant and son, Olympla;
Mra B. Knott, oiympia.
- "".,At ths , Wickham.
Me mil Mra. R. M. HaeL Miss Mon
roe, Mr. J. Schroltllng. 43JFltn, Mr.
and Mr. C. J. Cook, Robert Doery- Clar
ence Haeth, Mis Helma Bburm.- Mis
V. E. Bchmlthug. Miss Ethel M. Btlld.
of- Portland, Miss Stella Block of Los
Angele. Cal., Robert s Dorge. C. M.
Heath, , Arietta, Oregon. y i ;
., A.t th Salt Al. A - v
Lvdla Metzger, Emma Shepard, John
McCully, Mra Victor H. Frita
Helen Roaenfeld, -Mra' I. N. LIpman,
Mra Taam Whit. Mra E.. Frank. Mra
C. Fechelmler, Howard Hutchlnaon, Mr.
and Mr. William Kuppeu ana ion, By
ron MeKIrm, Lyl Burn, William 8.
Wheeler, Mr. and Mra-Thomas O'Nie
W. E. Hutchlnaon, Mark McAllen, Mil
ton Oevurtx, Mra. M. Bamdt, Miss Allle
Werden, Miss Ruin -Warden, Mr, and
Mra Drake and cmiaren, Mr. ana Mrs.
Farrell and children. J. M. Archfold, of
Portland. Oregon. Mra H. L. Keely. Miss
May Keely, Oregon City; Mr, y. F.
Frit, Reno, Colorado. . -.- f
" . At Xackney Oottaga
Mr. and Mra. J. H. Reed. C. F. Mar
shall, Mr.- and Mra. J. H. Temph, L. F.
Beck, Cora M. - Eastman, Gertrude
Schocht, Margaret Sohocht, B. Sweet,
Mra Sweet, Miss Irma Hart,. Dr. A. E.
Stuht. Mra Stuht, Miss Mabel Stuht,
Mra. John Andrew. Mra. Ines A. Hlbbard,
R. H. Kaaltx, A. Rosenfeld, W. H. Oren
fell, B. Haradon, E. S. Edwarda Mrs. E.
E. Edwards, A. E. Molntosh, Anna Mo
Lean, E. R. Mcintosh, R. B.- Molntosh,
N. Mcintosh, H. Knight, W. E. Cox, R.
Chapman, Leo Selling. B. E. Flak. A.
'".,r-i " iW-f-'-w
, . , -,- . V - V 4 -" ' ,
W w.iy v-r--' c
- i': ,
ft - ii.
Edgar Beard, Gertrude 0"M alley, Indyf
SChocbt, Mr. and Mra W. .Wolfeteln,
Misa Mattl Wolf stein. Mass Isabel
Wolfeteln, E. W. Lawrence, J. R. Minton,
Mr. and Mra Grant Phegley of Port
land; Mr. and Mr. R. A. Hill. Spokane;
W. E. Baker, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Mra
George W. Baker. Payette. Idaho: N. R
Rashf ord. La Center, Waah.; A. C.' Bru
dlck. Seattle; Mr. and Mra N. J. Sln
nott, Klsa Savage, Th Dalles; Mra. H.
E. Geasajl, Crippl Creek. Col.; Miss M.
C BalUle. Denver, Col.: William G, Nel
son. Reno, Nev.; O. Schmidt. San Fran
cisco. . , - . , ,,
:. At Oardam Orovm, . . , s
"' Ed Nlchol. Mra F. D." Northrup' and
daughter, Mr.' and Mss. Tom Holland.
Mrs. Lena Shulta, MlasVAnnie Kennedy,
Mia Gleason, - A. Wlllarea, Louts
Bronaogh of Portland; Mia K. Johnson
of Saattla. -'.
At th a Croft.
Mlaa F, D. Storey, Mis D. Iran
Storey, Mr. and Mra. J. Lotan. Mis Sue
Barnes. Mr. . and Mr. E. W. Barnes,
Mr, and Mr. W. H. Shea Jr., W. Shea,
Mr.-Arthur S. Spencer, Fenton Spencer,
Mra M. A. Fenton, J. H.-Barbour, Mr. II.
One of the Many' Attraction at the
A. Lovett of Portland; Ml Vlda Wolfe.
Independence, Or.. R. Case beer, Caatl
Rock, waan. - . - - - - ..- ,
r"".r i . ; "-:"-V- .
(".perlsl Oerreepeadeat ef Tke Jiwrel. --Seaside,
Or., July- l-Th season af
1907 promise to be th pjoat propr-'
oua-ln th annal of-Beaslda Hotels
are filling rapidly, nearly all th cot
tages , hare been opened, and th ehall
road vie in popularity , with the pier
and ' th board walk In : front of' the
Moor hotel., Wooden shelter are. be
ing replaced by gaily striped awning
and th cottager who owns an American
flag, no natter. how small, displays -It
conspicuously In honor of th : soldier
boy who are encamped near ' Beaald
hou!.'.' . , . . . . '. ' -" '.-- '
During tb week there have been .few
private partlee, a everybody .wai buay
watching the drill, of th Third regi
ment of the Oregon 'National guard and
enjoying the -featlvlt! gives In honor
of th two stat conventions which mat
at Seaside this week. - ,
Drugg-lata aaA Wedloa.' . '
Th Oregon Stat Pharmaceutical as
sociation held their seventeenth annual
convention her July.' 10, 11 and IS,
About' 200 delegate and friend eom
blnedlhe duties of attending conven
tion with th pleaaura of a trip to the
beach.- During the bathing hour mor
tar' and pestle Were-forgotten and one
or two -staid delegate became o enam
ored of deep sea fishing that they spent
every available -minute fishing from off
th end of the pier; but although there
were many-fish atorre. told - no very
wonderful catches were mad. Wed
nesday night a grand ball waa given 1
th shell road pavilion and on Thurs-dsy-night"
an "old fashioned clambake
was given in front of Locksley halL ,
The OTegon State Medical association
opened a three day' convention here
Friday. ' '
' Fairbanks Baao.at. -;-r7
' The big 'event of next week I th
banquet n honor of Vice-President Fair
banks. - which is to be given at th
Moor by the Astoria chamber of com
merce. . The banqueter will com down
from Astoria oa a special -car.
Bam ' J, Moore, of th Hotel Moore, 1
making every effort to have the banquet
a success and has , ordered decorator
and caterer from th city. Cover will
be laid for' 10 guests. Muslo for the
evening will be furnished by the Third
Regiment band. ' . ,
Following ar th guests at' the flea
side hotels: .
: - - lb Kooek '
' Mra. L. P. 'Curtla Portland;'. George
E. Roa and wlfa Charle .Humphrey
":l"Ut .;S',Ki:-- -tir j
. ..r. . . . t V. . . , 1
"- : -L -V ' - I
aJW. . M-q ",! 1111 3
''TyplcaJ Beach "Scene at Seasld.
and .wif.t. Astoria; Mra Jeasi Bird,
William B. Honeymao Jr. Portland; I
Todd Hsxen. .Portland; K. Oshum. Astoria;-Charles
Bertram and wife, F. B.
Fowler and wife. C. H. Plxley and wife,
Portland: A. W. Stlver Astoria; J. W.
Crane. D. , J. H. Dickey, Portland;
F. A. Barton. Portland: C. Agler. Port
land: Dr. J. K. Locke, wife and daughter,
Portland: Beat rlc M. Locke. Portland;
R. Hoyler, . Astoria; Myrtle Dallas,
Franklin, Pa.; Arthur Morris, Portland;
A. W. MacKlnsia, Spokane, Wash.; H. E.
Humphreyrfortlsnd; F. J. Cook, Port
land; E, C, Hlgglna, Astoria; Mr. and
Mrs. W. N.- Wbtttler. Des Moines, Iowa;
J. Spellman, Portland: Mr. and Mrs. W.
Coggerhall, Portland; Mr., and Mra Geo.
W. Davis, Portland: . Mr.- and Mrs. A.
Stalger. R.' W. Kelley. Portland: Frank
Johnson. Chicago. I1L: C. A. Btockbrldg.
Chicago, , I1L : B. E. Fiska, Portland; A.
Edgar Beard; Portland; Dr. W. J. Cottel,
wife and son. Portland; Dr. Margaret K.
Btratton. Portland; H. A. Webber and
wife, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. F. Loman,
Astoria; A.- J.Taylor and wlfa- FlaVel;
Miss Taylor. Flavel; Mr. and Mra K. P.
Taylor, .Oakland, CaL; - A. C. Wattlea
Detroit, Mich.: Mr. and Mr.. J. W.
SIX NEW CONCEENS: .
Four W01 Iga in Bualneaa, One
OB- Promote Religion and Sixth
' WD Advert! PortlAttd. 7
Six new concern filed article of in
corporation In the office of the eounty
clerk" yesterday. "T Four of thm -will
engage In business, one waa formed to
promote religion and another to adver
tise Portland and Oregon." The Iat waa
tha -Portland rose carnival, the article
of incorporation of which xprly dis
claim any intention of earning profit.
J. C Stapleton, H. L. Hippie ana n. u.
rrile k.n tnenrnnrated tha Willam
ette Fruit A Produce company; capital
The Hendrick Hardware company
waa incorporated by J. ' E. ' 'Hendrick,
Josephine Hendrick and Jennie , Hen
dricks; capital stock,' 14.600 '' .
- Article of Incorporation of th Cres
AAnt' Timhar Mmunf wera tiled by John
F. Ducey, Jama G. Ducey and CharlaeJ
Btincbneld Jr.; capital sioca, lou.vvv.
,- George G. Root, Augut' Donnerberg
and B, W. Wilbur hav Incorporated
th Alaska Plumbing company; capital
tock. 3,000, - - .
Tb Bellwood Church of the Naaarene
waa inoorporaUd by it director. K- W.
Bartholomew, H. A. Bartholomew, F.
W.' Bartholomew, -Etta Mclntyr. A. O.
Hendrick. . Emma Eaton and Kdltb
Whltealdea Th property now owned
by tha church 1-valued at 12,000.
WETZEL IN PORTLAND 1
,:w.0N BIG MINING DEAL
.' ' " ' - Ti- .'
E. II. WetxeV a wealthy mining man
of southern Oregon, la in Portland nego,
tlating a mining deal. Mr. Wetsel de
cllnea to disclose the name of th prop
erties which he ha under consideration,
but says that it la not th Blue Ledge
mine, a ha been reported. Mr. Wet-Bel-
says he had nothing to do with th
sal of the-Blue Ledge property.--
Mr. Wetxel 1 enthuslaatio over th
future of the copper belt in southern
Oregon, and says that many fortunes
will be made- in that territory In the
next few yeara. He will remain in
Portland several day and will than re
turn to the mlna -
- "When in San Francisco
,', Stay at Hotel Hamlin, 117 Eddy. Fire
proof; 100 roome, 40 bath; rate 11.10
and up. Eddy-atraet care at ferry.
. . . T .' -'a,
BaUey. Hillsboro: Mis , BsJ1ey. Pul
Bailey; Ohaa H. Holman, Junction City;
a. T. Kelibsan. Portland: Mr. and Mra,
C. H. Huntley, Oregon City; Dr. J. ,J.
Fisher, Portland; Octavla -Downing,
Portland; Frank C. Posxl, Portland;
John F. Roth, E. A. Erica, Portland;
E. G. McGlaughlln. Hoqulam. Washing
ton; Oeorge A. Harding, Oregon City;
A. P. MiTlaren. Rainier; Mr. and Mra
S. A. Mathlew, Portland; James A. Hani
ford. Portland; Mr. and 'Mra J. Marsh,
Wasco, Oregon; E. O. MoKee, Wasco,
Oregon: L. S. Perklna Monmouth, Ore
gon; W. "B. Cheatham. - Ban Frunclaco,
California; . H. Caldwell, Newberg; M.
Peterson, Buffalo, New fork;. Mra. C
B. Archer, Portland; -M. K. Everett,
North Bend; Mr. and Mr. J. B. Roger,
McMinnvtlle; M. ' Thompson, Fall City,
Oregon: C. H- Thompson, Fall . City;
O. P. S, Plummer and wlfa Portland;
R. J. Jennings and on,- Portland: .-A,
Allen,- Portland;. Efle Johnson, Port
land; Mr. 'and Mra B. F. Jonea and
aon. Portland; Mr. and-Mra F. A, Ana-tey.-Portland.--
Mra-J.-B. -Holbrook and
child, Portland; D. MoCullough, Port
land; ?. A. Law, Portland: 8. B. Hoge.
Portland; H. N. Welch, Portland; Mr.
and Mra.- N. J. Roberta- Portland; -A,
V. Roberta Oregon City; Mra. H. Bur-
foyne. Portland; Mra Harry Muntsig,
ortland; George Burchea; X A. Grav
ley. Pottland; .J. W, Laue, Portland;
Mareotte, Port fund; Fred R. Foulkea
Portland; W. B. Holt. Portland; Nolan
R. Beat, Chicago; Mr. and Mra B. F.
Garratt, Portland: Captain D. E. Bu
chanan and Family. Portland;' Mia Ada
Jonea, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. C. rf.
Bauer, Portland: H. W. Boott Portland;
Oeorge 8, Taylor. Portland; John Gra
ham. Astoria; fl. E. Howea Astoria: Le
Boyar. Portland: C. Franklin, Portland;
Mra F. H. Power, Portland; Mra Logan.
Portland. Nancy K. Burner. LongBeaoii,
California: B. N. Gaston, Tacoma. Wash.
Ingtonj W. A. Hall. Clstskanla-Oregon;
Mrs. W. A. Hall. Clatakanl. Oregon; J.
F. Robertson, Clatskanle. Oregon; W. V.
Fleidner. Portland; LA. Higgin. -Astoria
, v.... -; -. -. ; !
j . Kookalay MaU. -
F. ."" Kol m an, Milwaukee; MraT B.
Kolman, Bralnard. Minn.: Mr. and Mra
M. J. Donnell and child. T. Donovan,
Portland; Mr. and Mra E. F. Cordova,
Portland Arthur -Thayer.- Portland,-!.
A. Wright. Union, Oregont H. C. Allen,
Portland: Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Held. Fort
land; Mra. T. B. Smith Jr.. Malcolm G.
Smith. Mr. Harry F. Muntxlg. Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred "A. Wilson, Walla
Walla; Mr. and Mra A. K. Turner.
Springfield. Or.; Mr. and Mra Paul
Straw, Portland: Mr. gad Mra X I
Mis ' Flam In Portland, Mtss 1C C
Fleming. Portland; Mrs. W. W. Irving,
Portland; W. A. Morgan, Portland: Mis
Edith Freeman, Portland; Dr. and Mra
FLYING STUMP HITS - :
JL CAEPENTEB 0N.E00F
BrVTbiMer BmOtf Bruised While at
..Work on Honee on Coon-
B. Whistler, a carpenter, residing at
Itl Eleventh street, waa the victim of
a rather Unusual ' accident ' yesterday
morning and aa a result lie in a pre
carious condition at hie home Buffering
from a badly bruised back and poeeibl
Internal Injuria. '
, Wblatlar while at work on the roof of
a dwelling on Council Crest waa struck
by a flying piece of stump that had
been dislodged by a giant powder blast.
Th blasting operation were going on
ruuy ivt reel rrom ine nous on wnjen
Whistler waa employed and it I pre
sumed that the men engaged in th
clearing work used too large an amount
of exploslva - e
Whistler when struck fortunately fell
Into th building and thereby escaped
being precipitated to th ground, a dis
tance of to feet. Dr. Fred GUlette waa
called to attend th. Injured man and
pronounce th Injur! aerioua
a . r ,
" Summer School at Albany.
(Special Dispatch to The learaaL) '
" Albany, Or., July II. Th aummer
school at Albany, conducted bv Presi
dent H. I Crooks and County Superin
tendent w. jacKson, is meeting witn
remarkable success. In th normal
department le an enrollment of -over
40. Th total enrollment la about 4S.
Thl school undertake to prepare for
county and - a tat , examination for
teacher diplomas. Professor David
Torbet - of th college 1 assisting, i-
. ytafsiied Btoek Canned Oooda,
Allan A Lewis' Beat Brand.
Special Sunday Boats
fust loner enouerh on the river
Main street dock at 7:30, 9:30,
p. nv . Aaat trips trom Uregon City, 3 :30 and 6 :30 p. m.
Round trip 45c. Tickets exchanged with O. W. P. carsj
;.;: "... ' '"" "" .. ::w.
Oregon Gty Transportation Co.
v r PHONES 40 AND A-223C ; :
:-F" VJL-A. Jk h n F . F
ZTa. j ,. i
H. H. Flower.
Portland; Mr. and Mra,
regor, forusna; urac
Dn.ti.ni, u.ui Rimm. Port
land; Mra W. Ramsey. Portlands Gladys
Ramsey, Portland; Elmer Ramaey. Por
land; Margaret Hawklna Portland; Mr.
and Mra W. J. Hawklna, Portlandj Mr.
and Mrs.- R. B. MoClurg, Mildred Mo.
Clurg, Frank Kenewell. Mr. and Mrs.
a W. Phelpa Pendleton; Margaret
Phelpa Portland; O. Phelp. Portland;
Mra. J. C. Hart Portland u Ruth Hart,
Portland; Mra 8. C. Kenewell, Portland;
Mlaa Rose Thull. PorUand; Mr. and Mrs.
CJemenson, Portland. - . ..
" ' Colonial Sot). ' .
J. ' McDonald. Jeanle McPonald Ne--
halm; C. Dlnwlddla Prlnevllle; Mr. J.
W. Jacoha R. B. Flag. Oragoa(Clty;
Miss N. Crsawell, Miss S. CresweU. -.(-b- ;
bard; Miss Anna Staler. VanoouVe
Wash.; Mr. and Mra J. Bagley, PortAfcl
land; Florence Neal, Dea Molnea, Iowa; J
Grave and Ltda Browne. A.-L. Baker,J
F. Josse, Mra R. Strickland. PorUand;
Ruby Btrlckland, .A. 8. Ashley. Ban
Francisco; F. Jacoba Mr. and Mra J.
White, Portland; Bert Coleman, Toronto,
Can.: John D. Meredith, Portland: T.
J. Thoraon, Baker City: Rev. and Mr.
A. W. Robert. Mr, and Mra H. A. How
ard and children, C. A. Cook. Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Neudecker. Georg Prlester.
Llsal Parry, Arthur J. -Smith, Mr. and
Mr. Frlek and son, Portland: Mra. F.
E. Selover. Mr. and Mra.H. L. Gibb.
Here Is One of the Letters
- Sent to John Blaaiiw in J
a Friendly Contest Be- ;Q
I foreluly 4th, From
- ; ; "Children 44
BJddl. Or, June- IT, ItOT.
John Blaauw. Portland, Or.t"
Dear Sir: I aa,w your ad In Th Jour
nal and would have answered It sooner ,
but -could .not get any Golden Grain
Granules In town until I bad our grocer
order some. I hope my letter will get -there
In ttma -1 drank tha coffee and '
thought It was fine. Th name of our
grocer 1 K. Underwood. , Th nasi of y
my school 1 Riddle. . - - ,
Th way It package can be paekeel
In a case, leaving no vacant epao In
th case, ts Ave packages down th
middle and four on each alda
Golden Grain Granule la healthful
and should be used In every noma On ,
package weigh 1 pound and- 10 ounce.
I an 10 year old. Toura respectfully, -Jeaal
Swarta. Riddle, Or. . .
& TRUST CO.
t A. iS. TO 1 P. M.
AND ON ' BATTJRDAT - UTENIMOa -
TROU TO I O'CLOCK.
-r , " ' ... - ' 1
- !,,t -, ' . ' ' .
WE PAY 4 teKT
On Bavin g Account a. Intereat Com
pounded Be mi-Ann ually. .
WE PAY 2Oo0H DAILY
V' ' Balance of Check Account
t. THORBUHT JtOSS- - - Preeideat
GBORGB1 H. HILL Vk-Prldnt
T. T. BURKHART - A . - Traaaurar
JNO.-B. AJTCHISOtr. - ., Beoretary
240-244 Washington .Strett
for a restful trio " , Boati law ':
11:30 a. m. and 1:30, 3:3oSJ