The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, July 20, 1907, Page 14, Image 14

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North Beach
igneelal Oorrwaoadrnt-e la Tin Jooraal)
North Beach. July la na coming
to the beach thla week seeking gyety
bad no trouble In finding It. The aa
on is on In full awing and no end of
dances, riding and driving parties, ten-
, nla and for lho who prefer th cosy
. Parlor, to to breesy Bands, ,brldg and
flv hundred partlea , hava been the
order of the day. . f
Many lmprovmnts,hav been noted.
- chief among tham the straightening of
the dangerous curve on the railroad
bed and the newly built line, which la
completed aa f ar aa th Walllcut river.
Real aetata (a boom Ins her on account
of the new railroad and property-own
era aa well aa the visitor to North
Beach are eagerly awaiting Ha, eomple-
' Clan, which all hop will occur tho laat
of August
North Head la again the mecca for
rlrhtseers and plenlckera It la a beau
tiful spot In which to apend an after
rioon. and the drive to the lighthouse la
extremely picturesque. On Tueaday a
party from The Breaker drov over In
three-aeated rl, apent the day and
had luncheon in the prove. The party
consisted oX Mra. Bert Irwin. Mlaa -teel
Howe, Mra, K. Howe. Mre. Claud
.Starr and Euene Howe., Charlea Ma
Cruaam and Claud Starr.
' - Sane at Bylvaa KatL. '
The danoe at Sylvan ball on Saturday
night waa the (reateet auccees In aoclal
life at Ixnc Beach ao far this season.
About 71 couplea enjoyed the - rood
tnuslo and the splendid floor, encorlne;
each dance with enthusiasm. The
Jacobean brothers ar generally com
mended for their anterprtsiar spirit In
erecting such a splendidly equipped hall
for this popular summer reeort.
. On Wednesday a party consisting of
It summer residents from Tioga, The
Breskera and Sea View, drove to Shoal
water bay to spend the day picking the
"liuckleberries which grow there In such
quantities, walking on the sandy banks
f the bay and swimming In the still
water, which was quit a novelty after
their dally plunr In the ocean surf.
Those who enjoyed the day were: Mrs.
Buchanan. Miss Dorothy Buchnnan,
Captain and Mrs. Pop. Mrs. A. Warl
Tier, Mlsa Annie Holmes. Iollta Holmes,
Captain and Mra. Allen, William Allen,
Mra. PtRgott. Mra. F Hemlnway. Mrs.
K. L Holmes. Koclus .Holmes and Ed
win Holmea. .
Zntertalaed at Hotel BaM An.
"A social event which was of great
Importance to the younger set at the
beach was the dancing party given by
Lyle Brown and William wheeler on
Friday evening. The dining-room of the
Hotel Salt Air, which opens off a large
veranda, making a delightful prome
nade between dances, waa prettily deco
rated by the hosts, who spared no pains
to make 'the evening an enjoyable .one.
Pretty programa and good mimic were
provided for the guests, who were later
. aerved to delicious refreshments in the
spacious and attractive- living room of
the hotel. Th patronessea of th even
ing were Miss A. Worden, Mrs. Field
ing Keller. Mra. Shemaln and Miss
Barndt. Among those Invited were th
Mlsaes M. Btutherland, Effle Johnstone,
Mary Monks, Mry Jessop. Mrs. Rupple,
M. Perkins. Miss Cralb, Margaret
Fchacht, Gertrude Schacht. Mra. . Ted
Wood, Gertrude CMalley. and D. Bar
bey, L. F. Brown. William Wheeler. M.
Steele, A. Gaffney. Rnaaell Johnstone,
H. Levlnson, Roy Kelly, Sloan Hackney,
Frank Barnes, Mark McAllen and Henry
Gunther. --
Mra. I. N. lman entertained at lun
cheon on Wednesday Th guests were
Mrs. S. Llpman. Mrs. A. Wolf., Miss
. Ftella Wolfe, Will Ilpman and George
A party from The Breakers drov to
Ixmg Beach Tuesday evenlngto attend
the dance at Sylvan hall. They were
Mra Bert Irwin. Miss Tesste Preston.
Miss Mateel Howe. Miss Marguerite
Baschski, Mra. Claud Starr and Charlie
Arthur, Chase McCrumm, Claud Starr.
F.ugen Howe, Jo Rothchlld and Mason
Five of th bachelor of th younger
et came aown from fort lend on fatur
day nlsht to open the Jefferv cottsc.
On Sunday they gave a dinner at The
Jireakera, numbering among their guests
Mies Tessie Preston of Seattle. Miss
O'Connor and Miss Germalne Samuel of
Portland. The bachelors were Measra.
Gordon Sterling, Wld Honeyman, Ray
mond O'Connor, Edward and Oliver Jef-
; lery. . .
Th latest fad of the summer la Hcrv
ejuet oa the beech." th hard Band mak
ing an Ideal ground for the game. Each
evening on finds little knola of players
eagerly contesting for the honor of be-
Jng victor or tnis old though now pop
ar game.
Teas! Tournament.
The Breakers hotel number among
jie m u" ' 'me ma orn cennis play
ers of Portland. ... A great crowd has
been attracted to the two splendid
Many Portland' Peopl Taif to Real
ize the Seriousness
' Backache ia so dcceptlveT" " : ,t,. ,
, It comes and goes keeps you guess
.!" - :''. jf ,
. Learn th cause then cur It
Nine times out of ten It come from
the kidneys. , ,
That a why Doan's Kldney'ptlls cur
It , ' " , . ,
Cuf every kidney M from backache
to dlabetea . .
Here's a Portland caae to prove It:.
Jamea Peterson of til East Jefferson
Street, Portland. Or., asys: "In 10I I
gave my endorsement of Doan's Kidney
I'llls for publication, ststlng that they
are the best kidney remedy I ever heard
of or used. I fhad previously tried every
medicine recommended for such trou
Mea and had )uet paid a doctor bill of
l.h. hut without aatlftfaotorv result
I suffered everything for two or threw
yenrs with swful bsrkache, - lameness
stoss in loins ana a aiaoroerea eonnl
tun of the kuineys, tne secretions on
stn1ing showing a heavy brlrk-duat
i!ment and there were times when I
could not g't up sftnr sitting without
tiie aid of some support to take hold of.
I wea in bad shape when a friend ln
oncwl me to try Iman'e Kidney I'llla. I
benefited from the first and since
vairig them I have been more free from
in in end oisoomfort from my bsck and
i,i m then for the Inst twelve years.
.,.n a KMm't- Pills sre a reliable kid
rev rene!v kiiiI I wish every sufferer
r n I - - or kidney trouble could
, ' t ' tj.erlta."
I nr r 'e i . n 1 1 fiealers. Price to cents.
fnrir. . : ! i l'uffalo. New Tork,
, , .,-.,. r the I'nlted States.
1 .n r I l :nra IHJA-N H fld
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courts owned by th hotel by a tourna
ment held there during th week. Com
petition was moat keen and each set
played waa a battle royal. Charlea Mo-
Crumra of Portland came out victor In
the finales, playing with Mrs. Bert Ir
win and defeating her -J. -. The
games were called each day promptly
at S p. m. Claud D. Starr had been
picked as a winner, but .a weak ankle
prevented him from returning- many
balls. -E. A. Howe, supposed to be one
of the beat players at the hotel, became
slightly fussed --by the-enthttslsem of
the- apectatora and aid not piay, in nis
uaual form.- . . -J
boar Beaeh Sefeata lea TTaw,
On Sunday, th 14th, a large crowd
collected at the athletlo field at Long
Beach to wltneea aa Interesting ball
game -between Long Beach and ' Sea
View. Long before 1:39 a large crowd
had collected. The game was very In
teresting1 from start to finish and was
not, decided until Mell Fell struck out.
making the third out 1n the -tenth In
ning. . Long Beach carried- off the.
honors by the score of II to 17, In
the ninth Inning it looked bad for Long
Beach, but by bracing up and playing
like ex-leaguers .they managed to tie
the score. The score stood- IT to 14
in Sea View's favor, but Long Beach
made three runs and won the game in
the tenth when Teddy Holden. who
pitched a marveloua game, knocked the
ball over the flelder'a head, completing
the circuit. MaolJonald, who pitched
for Sea View, twirled a steady game,
walking but two "Tnenr"Bob' Bandeet
caught a ateady game for Sea View
and batted lot per cent, making four
singles and a two-bagger out of five
tlmea at the bat Long Beach was very
much elated over their victory and ar
anxious for another game. -
Opaatag Oaaa a The Breaker, '
The first dancing party of -th season
Of 1907 waa held at Th Breaker hotel
on Saturday, the ISth. The many at
tractive glrla In thelrauromer frocks
made the dining-room of the hotel,
cleared for the dance, aa brilliant oa
any ballroom aeen during the height
of the winter season. Th muslo waa
excellent and the laat echoes of It died
away only when It was announced that
Sunday morning had arrived. - About
40 couplea enjoyed th evening's dano
lV . .
aawai airmia, i
Dir. Ouatav Baar of Portland la
among th recent arrivals at . The
Miss Edwlna Maatlck and Miss Cara
Maatlok spent Tuesday at the Hotel
Breakers, returning to Sea View on the
(evening train. Mlsa Edwlna Maatlck.
who is aololat in the- choir or tne Tem
ple Beth IaraeL and the First Congre
gational church of Portland, waa pre
vailed upon to sing a short repertolr
for th guests of th hotel.
Donald Woodard of Portland recently
bought the Hawkins cottage at Tioga.
Mr. Woodard apent the early part of
in week installing his family ther for
the summer.
The summer horn of Judg Bloom-
field 1 on of the most beautiful on th
beach. - It is situated east of th rail
road traok in Sea View and Its garden
Is one of th finest attractions of that
Th Tanner cottage at Tioga has been
sold to Dr. Fenton, whose family ar
rived her on Thursday to take posses
sion. Teddv" nolden and Holllster Mo-
Gulr ar batching at th McGuIr cot
tage, Centervllle. -
Mra Soule and daughter. Mis Erma,
ar in their cottar at Sea View.
Mlaa Mildred Vail la a guest of Louise
Bradley at Oceanslde. -
jura. Bert r arreu, wiin ner two cnu
dren and maid, are comfortably located
for the summer In their cottage near
Fern wood, th pretty bungalow on
Tioga Irldge, owned by C. P. Hogue, la
to be occupied by th family for th
season. . . . . .
; .Biding and Driving Tery PopoU.
A atabl of some 10 horses are quar
tered at the Breakers this summer-and
aa Long Beach and Hwaco both have
large liveries, one may find many lovera
of horseback and driving racing up and
down the beach, which Is ideal for this
sort of recreation. - .
Mr. and Mra. Ted Wood and Master
Russell Wood were guests of the Break
ers on Sunday. They ar registered at
the Hsckney cottage. Sea View.
8. Mason Ehrmsn, who arrived at th
Breaker a on Tuesday, la being congratu
lated on the notification of his succees
In passing the entrance examination to
Tale. After a good rest at the beach
he will leave for New Haven about the
middle of September.
Mr. and Mra P. Edwards, with their
two children, ar again In their cot tag
at Tioga.
Th Brtaco house on th ridge Is oc
cupied this season by the family of W.
G. Holmea
Mr. and Mra A. R. Diamond are at
Sea View.
, Mia Cora Mastics: arrived on Thurs
day. .
P, Taylor and family ar at Center
vllle In thslr cottage.
- Mark McAllen. the small eon of Dan
McAllen. Is spending his summer all
alone boarding at the Salt Air. He le
very entertaining and the pet of the
hotel. ' -
The J. Sheehy cottage at Sea.tVlew
Will be opened next week. - "
Mr. and Mra. Ed Ehrman. Mason "Ehr-
man. Kmllv Khrman and Mra D. Rider
arrived at the Breaker on Tuesday,
where they will remain - until in miudi
or August.
Mra. Max Levlnson and thre daugh
tare ar at Sea View. -.
- Pioneers at th Beach.
Tha family of E. J. Jeff ery, pioneer
visitors of North Beach, where they
have owned a cottage and apent their
summers for 17 years, are again mem
bers of the summer colony at Tioga
Mra Millard C. Holbrook arrived with
the Jefferv family on Wednesday for a
two weeks'-visit with her mother.
Will Llpmsn Is taking a quiet vaca
tion at Centervllle. where he is a guest
of th I. N. Llpman. Jamea Roaenfeld
la alao vlaltina- nis siner. sirs, iicmnn,
Charles Arthur, son or tne manager
of th Breakera. haa 107. mooei
Pierc Arrow, X-I horsepower, si ine
beach. The car I In big demand and Is
almost constantly In use. - -
Miss Hnnnnli mom, wno reiurnea re
cently from Berkeley, California, Is with
ber-roothr in a cottaga at lxmg tjeacn.
Mlaa lnra Hansen Is visiting Mlsa
Agnes' Mcintosh at the Willowa. -
Mra H. W. Lemcke Is occupying a
cottage at Long Beach. Mra. Otto Burk-
hsrdt has been a guest of th Lemcke
cottage for the past week. Mr. Lemcke
end air. Burkhardt arrived on Satur
day's Potter and after a brief visit took
a reluctant leave of the beach on Mon
day, v ..
The Mlalon miII fi- Visa ten
Mr"- p"" Lockwood," her two
.-miuren ana sister, Miss Eugenie Morse.
Mrs. Hidden haa been a guest of the
cotinge. -,.-.
The Misses Anna Chane. Winifred
v nsnce -snd M. Ilobertson are In the
rv." roiiage at Hea View.
-tnoite church at Centervllle
7 . . "ulr Sunday services from
July 22. . .
I.yle Brown anA vrnii.m vhUi
sfter batching for a couple of weeks
st ths Wheeler cottage, were glad to
welanm the family on Monday. The
oeeter coitase is at Centervlll
Mra 8. Julius Meier and Sam JoPj
were dinner guests or me -uoo
mana at th Breakera on Monday,.
The first deplorable accident to ooeur
during the summer happened at tne
Butte, near Sea View, on Saturday last
Miss Jesal Henry, with a number or
frlenda had gone to the Butte to Pick
berrlea With them they carried a shot
gun to be used In target practice. The
gun hadheen placed on the ground and
one of the children, seeing Miss Henry
about to step on It, pulled It aside, pull
ing the trigger by accident. The ahot
entered little Mlas Henry s foot, "
Ing a most painful wound. It will be
the nd of the summer before the foot
will bo well enough to allow Mlas Henry
to walk without the aid. of crutchea .
"The family brTC.-TI.McFarlBnd. are
fortunate In possessing one of the finest
homes at Centervllle. where they are
now spending a, delightful summer.
Dr. olt Wilson arrived on Saturday
to b a gueat of the Wilcox cottage.
Miss Mary Monka Is entertaining Ml
Mary Jlasop st th Monk cottaga
Mr. and Mrs. A. Tborsea ar sojourn
ing at Centervllla t - " , '
Mra M. Baum and 'daughter Henrietta
are at Sea View. ' v
. Dr. W. L. Wood, with hie wife and two
children, have been at th beach -alnce
Juna They hav a hors and carriag
and a very line houae in which to enjoy
their stay here, which will tsrmlnats
September 1, when Dr. Wood will lave
roruana tor m jB.urui5.. i,,.
The cosf Dixon cottage at Tioga la
again opened for the Season.
Mra Julius Msler accompanied her
husband when h left th beach for
Portland on Monday.
I. Gevurts. the furniture dealer, haa
boucht a house at Centervllla ,
" The Johnston-cottage h-eoeupted by
Russell Johnston, Miss Mabel Johnston
and Miss Effle Johnston.
Mra. Chemaln and Miss Julia Che-
main ar enjoying beach life In their
house- at Centervllla
Gua Pfunder was aeen as the An
nand cottage Sunday, where Mra. Pfun
der and Master Jack are installed for
ths hot summer months. ' .
Ed Schiller believes In taking life
eaay and haa aent hla family to the
beach -to keep -oo -during Julyand
August. They are at Centervllla -
Th Ruppell camp Is on of th most
attractive at North Beach thla year.,.
Thursday's Potter numbered among
Ita passenger th family of Fred Roth
chlld of Portland. They will be at the
Breaker for about sis wseka
Miss Emma Gerspacn la staying at
the Hackney cottage, -
Bob Ram ad ell and Melville Fell ar
batching at Sea View, where they seem
to And many laacinaung attractions.
At Hotel Breaker.
James Hlslop, G. W. Cutbert. Mr. and
Mra. John Clemens, E. W. Mathewa, Joe
Rothschild, Harold Felt C. R. Price, Mra
Adolphe Wolfe, George Wolfe, Stella
Wolfe, A. R. Diamond, C. H. Mpore, M.
n uaara Mrs. it. a. Meara Duncan
Meara, L. Samuel, Mr. and Mra. Clarence
Samuel. N. A. Bergman. Mra u. m.
Wells, Mra Emma Wells Bland ford.
Mra E. B. Comon, Mra Frances Smith,
Mr. and Mra J. H. Laudette, G. W.
Boachke Mr; and Mra. E. H. Wood and
son. Miss Edwlna Maatlck. Miss cora
Maatlck. Jamea F. Crandall. Frank R.
Chambers Jr., Mr. and Mra. Ed Ehrman,
B. Mason Ehrman Miss Emuy a,nrman,
Mra. EL Rider of Portland. Oregon. George
F. Felt of Salt Lrke City, J. D. McGowan
of Iiwaeo. Waehlnrton. D. M. Arenson
of Pittsburg, Pennaylvanla, Mr. and Mra
Harold Preston, uessi rreaion or e
attle, Mra E. Morganatein and children.
Mra. ax. A. uottstein ana cnnaren i
Seattle. P. B. Mitchell of Fort Dodge,
Iowa Susie Fungate, Marlon O'Malley,
Emma Rapp of Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
Harold Keys of Alameda, California. Mr.
and Mrs. 8. Blum snd child of Valdes,
Alaska Mra T. Leopold or Beattie, Mr.
and Mra W. Sexton and boy of Denver,
Colorado, Mra. C. A Haatlnga, Klster
Hastings, I,. A. naatinga or Boiae, joano,
Reed Allen, A, Hswkins of Seattle, Mr.
and Mrs. Rees of Fort Columbia, Wash
ington. Dan Wllllama J. D. Wllllama of
Chinook; Washington. Mr. and Mra. B.
G. Ewlng, Mrs. 8. Rosenhaupt. Miss May
Roaenhaupt Mlaa Amy Koaennaupt or
Spokane, Waablngton.
. At Oardaa Oroya
1Ue a TTIvIn an famll Mlaa ynlla
Johnston, Lawrsno Erlckson, Ma C
uieason, Annie Kenneay, u. j. tsrv
naugh, B. O. Sawyer, A Mlckels. Mr.
Murdock, Mrs. Murdock. Mra F. D.
Northrup, Audrey Northrup, Mra A. H.
Bauman, .Walter Bauman of Portland,
a an rorouo,
A. 8. Delo. M. E. Lee -and family,
Ralph Carpenter, W. C Harmon, N. G.
Venator, E. Flanders, W. H. Vasey, A.
Gall. H. E. Sauter, Iran Welse, Mary
Welse, Edna Pendleton, Alloe Richard
son, Wm. Schwarta H. Turner. M. U
Gala W. Holt T. Giles, Thos. H. Rlch
ardaon, Audrey Borger, Victor Bode,
Frank Bode, J. C Drlscoll, O. Rogera
Bert J. Lockwood. Bishop B. MoCsrter,
of Portland, Oregon; Mr. and Mra Jamea
Eaver. Keleo, Washington; Mr. and Mra
C. E. Eada Raymond, Washington; J.
C. Taylor. F. Honderaon. W. A. Car
uthera Nahcotta. Washington; F. A.
McKinnon. Spnkana, Washington; Minnie, Mae f-vans. Mra joe narna oi
Salem, Oregon; R. Herbot, Out H. Rip
ley, Vancouver, waahlngton.
- At ZKng Beach KotL ' t
Mlas Sadye Kindred. Mrs. F. A. Kin
dred, Miss Edna Kindred, J. M. Jnat,
Mr. end Mrs. Chaa. Harris, Mr. snd Mr.
H. Weber, E. E. Buster. Mr. and Mra
E. A. Kesalar, Mr. and Mrs. F. Babuck,
Mlaa Minnie Rabor. J. T. Gregg, L. W.
Pettlt F. Bradley, M. Linden, J. C.
Marks, W. St. Connolly, Lydla D. Smith,
of Portland, Oregon; Mr. and Mra J.
F. Ryan, Mlsa Strelna. Mlas Whitney,
Jack O'Brien. O. E. Leland. V. Millard.
Mr. and Mra. C. G. Glngenlt, E. S. Rica
or Heattie. Washington; Minnie tvans,
Mae Evsna, Mra. Jo Harris." Salem,
Oregon! H. G." Heckman," J. D. Smith, of
Clark, South Dakota; E. S. Dorland,
North Bend, Oregon;-H.-J.-Hall,-Nelson
Hal I. W. J. Poole, Guy Honk, South
Bend, Washington; Will Miller. K. W,
Mllea A, L. Mllea, Gohle. Oregon; Phllo
Richardson, Seattle; Mrs. R. Marshall,
E. Marshall, Spokane, Washington, G.
R. Hughes, Nahcotta. Washington; Mr.
nnd Mrs. O. W. Metcalf, Salt Lake City;
E. D. Clark, Boise City, Idaho; F. C.
RlPD. Tacoma. Waahlnrtnn: M. A.
J.eael, Oscar Iang, Sara Schmltfler, of
tieppner, uregon.
. Th Driftwood.
Mia Bertha Newberg, Mr. and Mra
J. D. A bra ma. Chas. B. Logan, Wm.
Bchmorl. H. Towralne, C - A. Hunter.
Mrs. Hunter. Mr. and Mra Wlfont M.
Cranann, Ethel McDonald, of Portland;
Mra Ernest fltullt. Mrs. Joe Hnrrla,
Mae Evans, Minnie j-Waneof Salem,
Oregon; Mlas LlnderlJ foaton, Massnchu
aetta: Miss Pearl Llndey. New Tork:
Miss C B. Maquam. San Francisco, Cal'
lfornla; M. Phenlx, Breaieer. waahlng
ton. , - - - - - ' - - ;
. . At Hotel Salt Air.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robinson, Mr. and
Mra. J W. Burke, Maater Fred Burke,
M L. Bruce, Ethel M. Cralb Lillian
Gevurta Harvey Gevurts. Clyde Portr.
John DltcliDurn, jar. iieman, oi iron
land. - BTaokaar Oottag.
EV A. Bertelsen, 8. Frelnvald F. Top-
ken, Emma uerspocn, rs. uerspocn,
ifrl . rieranorh. Ed Dunlao. Mr. and
Mr Tialnh . (Jardner and child. John
Gardner, Maude Moore, Eleanor Oansa-
mlller, M. M. wens, mra. si. 11.
Wells, Master Prune Wella W'lllard
Wells, Mies Madallne Bruna Mrs. Dsn
Kellaher, Mlsa May Coon. J. II. Heven
rky Mlas A. War nock. William Schmoll,
11 . FOUrmns, Air. pnu mirm. 1 1 vj,
T.-. .. t V Tl,,.lr TI 1T1m,awI Xi rm A
M. Schafaeri . Mra Horn la . liolden, of
Portland: Miss ' D. Mosher, Nam pa
Idaho; Mra F. Parker. Scappooaa . -J..
.Th Wtokkam. -
Mis Helen TeaL D. L. Devaln. Mlaa
i-i uma nirum, Miaa is. at. etuea. Mr. ana
Mra. H.. Krleger, Mr. and Mra R.
1 iwigta. T. Kodgera Harry Roaa,
Ray T. Wllllama C. J. II ton. Mr.
and Mra C. J. Cook. Mr. R. L. Laf
ferty, of Portland: Clarence Heaia,
Arleta; Mlas Ora Block, Mis Stel.a
Block. Loa Angeles.
Btt. Hood Attraota Many : Tlaltors.
Cloud Can Inn, Mt. Hood, July II.
Recent arrivals at Cloud Cap Inn In
clude: J, Thorburn Roea. Charles F.
Swlgert and family. Tom Rluhardson,
Mr. and Mra. George Good. Miss . F.
I-ewta, 'Mre. C C. Smith, Miss Lunlle
Smith.-Wtlllnm" F. Woodward, Miss
Woodward, F, W. Baltea and family,
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. B. Marlarkey. A. B.
Stetnbach. Miss Jess B, Park.- Mlaa K.
E. Barette, C F. Fisher, G, M. Welster,
Mlsa C. Wilson, Mri. Mundt. Mrs. Rosa,
Mra. Dolan, Howard M. Covey, E. B.
Hyatt. George H. Corman. W. B. Hoh
Ingahead and wlfa Portland; Malcolm
A. Moody, Mlaa Annie M. Lang, Miss
Elisabeth L. Lang. Mra W.,H Wilson,
Mra-Maud 8. Mitchell, The Dallea; Mr.
and, Mrs. R, II Wsllaca Mis Margaret
Wallace. ,E. O. Blanoher. Hood River;
B. Conner, Mr.' and Mra Frank
Donnelly, Nolan Rloe Best Chicago;
Mr. and Mra. W. H. Feagan, Mr. and
Mrs; R. T. Loomis, New York: Mrs. F.
& TU"?". Lebanon, 111.; A. V. Mshan,
North Yakima; Mra. J. MacLean, Mre.
n 1. MulMn tr.Htnhiiwh , 1 . n . u
and Mra John Vert Pe'ndleton; Miss
vuiiiwtu. Aiumi v. i, .; r.. w . ri
ham, William Ellery, Boston. Mass
Miss Marl H. Blata BrooklKn, N, e.
- -r-r- . "
7 Glats op Beach
Seaside, July It. Ther has been only
on subject of conversation at Seaside
during th past week th banquet at
th Hotel Moor dn Monday evening,
given In honor of Vice-President Charles
W, Fairbanks by th Astoria chamber
of commerce, if ; one lealrd.Jto take a
summer census of Clatsop beach, Mon
day night would have been an Ideal
tlm. a nearly every reeldent, cottager
and hotel gueet was present' when th
vice-president . gay a short address
from the balcony of th Moore;
"I really thought that most of these
people bad mad th trip from Portland
or Astoria especially to see a and Fair
banks, aald jovial Dr. Gardner of th
Charleaton. "but rr concluded that
thyr native."
... Fare-well to ths Soldier Boy.
, Th druggists and doctor ar gona
and on Tueaday evening the boys of the
Third regiment of the Oregon Nstlonal
Guard aald good-bye to the beach and
tha numerous "summer glrla" they left
behind them. Seaside misses the soldier
boys there are no more drill to attend
nor afternoon concerts by th regiment
band In front of th Moore.
Th atmosnhar at Seaside house has
been decidedly military, and th little
coterie of people front Vancouver bar
rack hav had soma very enjoyable
timea sine the militia haa been en
camped near thera Band concerts every
evening and huge bonfire on the beach
added to the gaiety, and on Wednesday
and Saturday nights ther were dance
In the Shell Road pavilion and th nw
octagon, pavilion. -
Judg George H. William; who earn
down with the vtce-prealdent, waa th
5ueat of the Third regiment on Tueaday.
udge William waa eecorted to the en
campment by a guard of honor. The
stories of th old veteran wr much en
joyed by th "boys."
On Sunday many of th beach people
enjoyed the impressive military church
services which were held by th regi
ment in the grove between the camp
and Seaside house. Chaplain Gilbert
conducted the services. , and muslo was
furnished bv the resiment han( and
male quartets from the hospital corps
and company L. Sunday evening there
waa a free concert In th octagon pa-
rishermea Hading Big Oaten.
-i Paclfio pier 1 growing In popularity,
and waa lighted for the flrat tlm this
season on Monday night. It is an Ideal
apot for deep-sea flailing, and It la
nothing unuaual to aee a lucky fisher
man returning with a string of from
40 to 60 fine torn cod and polglea
. There ar a number of Stanford stu
dents at Seaside this summer, including
Psul Geisy, Kenneth Fenton, 8. Toung
and Jack Bowers. Their favorite sport
ar hunting and bathing, and they fully
expect to "kill m bear" as the result of
their prowess before th soaaon la over.
Many people stopped to admire th
exqulslt white rose of unusual also and
beauty which haa been displayed In the
window of the Seaside bank. The rose
is a German variety, and la called the
Frau Karl Druschkl. It was grown by
Mra Louis Henrlch.
Bowling and tenplna ar always popu
lar at th beach, and many people pre
fer them to more etrenuoua aporta
Soma very good scores have been -made
thla year by both men and wqmen. Mlaa
Celeste Moore is making quite a record
as a skillful bowler, and often hss her
name on the board as making th high
est score for the day.
Both seals and whale ar seen this
yesr, and many people have enjoyed th
unique spectacle of a seal fight.
Hotels Already Crowded.
The hotels ar nearly all filled, and
th Hotel Moore overcrowded for the
past two week. Dan J. Moor 1
being petitioned to enlarge his house by
many people eager to stop at this beau
tiful hotel on the beach. -
Whst Seaside really needs Is a good
elsed -bftthhottae - and swimming -tank,
Thousands of persons dar
ing the past 84 years, have
been thankful for trying the
Bitters. It made them well
after 'all else had failed.
Don't you think it worthy of
a trial? It wilj cure Pdbr Ap-.
petite, Heartburn, Indiges
tion, Costiveness, - Diar
rhoea, Female Ills or- Ma
and it I to b hoped that such a on
will be built by next summer.
Th. aeason at Gearbart will not bo
at its height until about the flrat week
In Aoguat but cottagea are rapidly
filling and Kruae'a Beach hotel la gay
with th summer girl, the summer man
and th chaperon Golf, riding and
bathing are the - principal amusements
and the residents of the beach -will tell
you that th bathing at Gearhart Is su-
ferior to any on th coast, owing to
he absence of rock a and the gradual
alant of the beach, which inaurea safety
to the bat here. Driftwood for bonfires
is easily obtainable her and every eve
ning Jolly crowds may be seen making
their way to th beach.
' Very little' entertaining has been done
o far but many partlea and beach, en
tertainment ar being planned by cot
tag hoateeeea. One of the prettiest of
th -new beach homes at Gearhart I
tha bungalow of Mr. and Mra W. L.
Morgan. Th color echeme of th In
terior I brown and yellow and artlstlo
simplicity the keynote in tha furnish
tings. Mrs. Morgan entertained Mr. T.
J. Smith of Colwell, Idaho, and th Misses
Eva and Grace Roach at tea last week.
In th near future Mra Morgan plan
to give a houae warming. .
Social BAppnlnga
A. five hundred party was given by
Mra- F. J. Smith laat Wednesday in
honor "Of the Misses Eva and Grao
Roach. Cards were played at thre ta
bles, the first prises, a oopper souvenir
trsv, being won by T. W. Boon of Col
well. Idaho, and the booby, a tin pall,
by Miss Rummelln. Those present were:
Mra Juanlla Stewart, Mlaa Johnson,
Miss Eva Roach, Mlaa Grace Ronqt? of
Colwell, Mia Rummelln, Mra. Cogge
ahall. Clinton Reed and T. W. Boona
Mra H. T. Butterworth entertained
Mre. -Blain R, Smith at dinner last
week. '
In cottage at Gearhart ar' a fol
lows: .
Dr. Tr. 3. Ball and family, Sherman
Hall and family, William T. Meier and
family, Hugh McGulr and- family. In
Humidor cottage,. Mra McGuIre having
ss sueat Mra - E. J. Monson -and
daughter Julia, of San Franolsco; Hon.
F. J. Smith and family of Colwell,
Idaho; A. L. Morean and family; Dr.
P-.-J Pin-nd- familyj Mr. William
MacKensle; Mra George B. Reed and
family; F. 8 Wllllama and family; John
D. Honeyman and family; 8. Rosenthal
and family; Dr. 1. Whltcomb Brougher
and family Mra U. 8. Bra and fam
ily of Hots. Idaho, will b In town
next week. . . . .. ,, i, , ,. .
' Saaaid BToua Arrival. .
Among recent arrival at the Seaside
Houae ar: Mra Frank L. Smith, F. L.
Smith Jr.. Mra. G. Glass, Frances Smith,
Aileen Smith, Alice V. Smith, Mra Kln
neil, Mra Jim Cook, Miss Cook, Miss
Culli Cook, Governor George E. Cham
berlain and son, Conle Le Chamberlain,
T. T. Perklna D. L. Houston,. George W.
Hagar, Dr. F. B. Eatlne, Frank L.
Smith, Mra Ackerman, R. C. Coffey, Wil
liam - Kene, Alford Hexter, Mra A
Lowe, John Maeon, Mr. and Mra George
Taylor, Mr. and Mra F. L. Litherland.
Miss Beryl Litherland, H. O. Stlckney,
Graham Glass, -Sim R. Winch, from
Portland; Daisy McAnulty, Viola M.
Godfrey. Oregon City: Mra L. Kene,
Mrs. Donald Mackay, Jean L. Kane, Dr.
William Jones, Mr., and Mra G. M.
Whit son, W, V. Wilson Jr. and nurse,
Mr. and Mra W. H. Hornbrook, Dr. E.
Hornbrook, Mr. and Mra J. 11. Barley,
Mr. and Mra M.L. Kline, Frank K. Lan
ton. General and) Mra O. Summera Mra
John L. Park, Miss Genevieve Parka
Miss Pauline Parka Vancouver bar
racks; Mis Snell, San Francisco; Miss
Teal, Hood River; J. W. Donnellyr Cam
den; Mra S. T. Hoggatt, San Francisco;
Mta Harriet Ankeny, Walla Walla; Mr.
and Mra L. F. Griffith, Salem; Mra, I
George ti. cattanacn, uanyon city; Mr.
and Mra F. E. Smith, Salem; F. W. Van
Dyke. Grant Paas.
' . . At 0arbart, V',
Recent arrival at Kruae's beach ho
tel Include: From . Portland, Mr. and
Mra Polifka, R. Livingston. C A. Bell,
Mr. and Mra Oscar Rlttenberg, Mra V.
Halley Norrle, James Warthelmer. ' J.
Brady, H. L. Hamblet and wlfa Donna
M. Beach, Mlsa Chase, Miss Brown, Miss
Adama William McLaughlin. N. U An-
derson. A. Jublta, Mrs. O. M. Rankin, Ot
tUla Quick, C. E. Grslla Mra J. E. Bing
ham, Mason L. Bingham, R. P. Thomas
and wlfa WUliam Brueaa Well Gilbert
Theo. Kruse, D. I. Krusa C. V. Chapman
and wife, L. C. Norri. Mra Lv C. Nor-
rla Frederick Norna Mra, J. Green,
Miss M. Maaaey, Mlsa A. May, Ralph
Cryater, Marcue Petersen, O. M. Rankin,
Mra J. 8. Reed, Mra I M. Dahympla
Grao L, Dahympla H. A. Webber and
wlfa Jamii B. Kerr and family. Dr.
Brlgg; H. M. Branaford, South Bend,
Wash.: Mra F. Grelle, Mis Grail and
Mlaa Frlda OreUe South Oranga N. J.;
Dr. AC. Kinney. Astoria; Mis Mar-
Jaret McCoakey, McMinnvllle, Or.; Mra
. T. Gal Ins, Grant Pass: Mane Farrell,
Grant Paaa; Fred A Wilson and wlfa,
WaUa Walla Wash.; O. a Harding, Ore
gon City; Holman Ferrin, Foreat Grove;
H. W. Dean and wife, Astoria
- Th Fairbanks Banq.aet '
"' Th '' Hotel Moore presented a gala
appearance on Monday evening, th oo
caelon being the banquet given by the
Astoria chamber of commerce In honor
of Vloe-Prealdent Charles Warren Fair
banks. The verandas and lawn were
lighted with Chinese lantern and a
freat bonfire biased on tha beach in
ront of the hotel. Th Third Infantry
band was atatloned on the lawn.
The decorations In the 'lobby and din
ing hall war In charge of Georg W.
Otten, of Portland, and war extremely
beautiful. In th lobby, rope of klnl
klnlo vine and aoarlet berrlea made a
canopy overhead, whll th fireplace
was banked with th graceful wild
huckalberry vtna
The dining hall was decorated In a
anlqu and appropriate msnner to sim
ulate a. ship. Great strands of rope,
tied In realistic sailor knot swung from
th aide of th wall, whll th Amer
ican nag, numerou life preservers,
ana me regulation rea ana green lan
tern used on shlpa further oarrlec
out Mr. Otten'' quaint and charming
Webber's ."orchestra played during
the banquet and juat before th toasts
Mrs. Ross Bloch Bauer aang "The Star
Spangled Banner" very charmingly, the
banqueter Joining in the chorus. One
hundred and forty-three guest war
present .
. Seasld Votes. - "V
A. F. Flegel and family hav
taken a cottage In th grove near Ne
ranlcura Inn for th summer. Mr.
Flegel. who I an Indefatigable fisher
man, 1 planning a number of fie h lng
trips: ' -
Mr. snd Mra I. N. Flelschner opened
their atianutlful cottage on the Ridge
early In the season. They have visiting
them Mrs. Flelsohner's mother, Mra
E. Gosllnsky, of San Francisco.
Mrs. B. C. Johnson and children r
In their cottage, "Floral Ine." Mra. John
son haa vlaltlng her, Mra O. W. Simp
son and daughter.
Among the guests of Lockaley Hall
who ar devoted to riding are: Mlas Ida
Btacy, who has been invited to-rid-In
the New York horse show; Mrs, L. C,
Cnrllsl and Mr. C. C, Chapman. ;
Mr. and Mra. Fred Peterson- hav
taken "Cheater Cottage" for th aum
mer. Mra. Peterson has as visitors:
Mr. M. A. Peterson, Mr. and Mra J.
C. Appel and th Mlsaes Nellie and Jess
Th guests of Nacanlcum Inn enjoyed
their first bonfire of th aeason on
Monday evening.
Mra. Dan. J, Malarky and children ar
at the beach for the summer.
- Mr. and Mrs, E. U. Starr and Mr. and
Mra. H. O. Forbe are In "Plnewood"
coUaga Ag they ar all skillful tennis
player much of thelh tlm I spent
on th Lockaley Hall tennle oourt
Mra Victor H. Smith and daughter,
Hortene, who hav been traveling In
the east and south, spent ' a few days
at the Moor on their way to their home
in Seattla ..
'Bridge' and flv hundred" ar much
layed by th women -guests at the
loore and many Impromptu card partlea
are arranged for the cold, foggy even
Inga Among those devoted to 1 bridge"
are: Mrs. C. H. Tarplev, Mra Dan. J.
Moore, Mra Frank Wolf,, of Spokana
and Mra- R, P. Thoraaa - - '
Mra Roee Blocb-Bauer, who 1 spend
ing, t he summer at-the Moora very
kindly consented to sing at th Fair
banks banquet Monday night Mr. Fair
banka waa delighted with Mra Bauer'
vole. . . .
Th John F. Logans will spend the
summer at -Seasldo. .Mlas Emma J.
GUI is a guest of Mra Ixigan. . ,
Miss Jennie Segur. who was acci
dentally shot by -some boys whll target
shooting. Is recovering rapidly..
Colonel David M. Dunne and family
are" In their cottage- In the grove.
Colonel and Mr. Dunn ar famed for
their hoapltallty and gueata at th cot
tage ar always aur of a good time.
F. Frledlander, ,who la- ataylng
at th Moore, spend much of hi tlm
fishing snd ha been repaid, by making
one or two very good catchea
The Hotel Moor haa bean full for
over a week and the lobby and wld
verandas overlooking th ocean ar al
waya crowded with summer people bent
on having a good tlroa Webber's
orchestra entertain th guest during
meal tlmea
Among th prominent popl regis
tered at the Moore thla- week are:
Charlea W. Fairbanks, Indiana; Jamea
E. Gardner, M. D. V. 8. 8.; Hon. George
H. William, L. L. Pratt John F. Car
roll. Frank Dekum. Mra. J. C Zan,
Laura Smith, J. W. -Bailey, John W.
Mlnto, John Manning, Georg Burcher,
Mra ft. J. Coe. H, W.Soott- Loul
Rosenblatt. Frank Rothschild. Mra
Jamea f, Falling. MlHenrletta C,
Failing, W. J. White. J. W. Cochran,
Mr. and Mra H. A. Webber Mra R. P.
Thomas and family. B. Fleckenateln,
Dr. M. H. Cardwell, J. R. Cardwell, B.
Wight A. E. Rockey. A C. Churchill,
E. P. Geary, Mr., and Mr. Charles
W. Clark, Dr.--- and- Mra 1-
F. Orlfflth and ehildrnt--L. C.
Cate, Mlaa Shirley Anne Eaetham,
Elisabeth Stewart W. M. . Kinney,
J. A. NewelL H. 8. Coffroan, R. 8. Mao
kenxle, Maud and Mr. J. & StottW. T.
Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. .A. J. Lewth
wait and son, Henry Jennlnga
F. H. Power. Mr. and Mra
F. Frledlander, Mr. C H. Tarplev
and son. Edward Dunbar, from Portland;
H. R. Hoegler and daughter, M. Lessen,
A. Kinney, J. A. Fulton, John Wilton
Holt M. D. U. 8 marine hospital serv
ice; J. Jarvla Wllllami Short. J. C Mo
Cue of Astoria Mra Frank Wolf of Spo
kane, H. B. Mungor of Chicago, Illinois,
Mra E. Gollnsky, Mra Harriet Meyer,
of San Francisco, Mr. and Mra R. Sum
mera ax. C. Ward, William LaSaur of
Oregon . City. Mra. B. Gelaer. Mlss 'L..
Gelser, Rev. C. McDanlel of Baker City,
Mra C. D. Green of Spokana W, M. C
Kinney, A. R. Kinney of Chicago Frank
lin Jones of New York, Mra Victor H.
Smith, Mlsg Hortense Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. P. W. Willis, U. R. M. Kellogg. Mr.
end Mra A. J. Burrough of Seattla J, N.
Hall Of Denver, Colorada - v.... :.. .
. JVoeksley WXL ..' '
Dr. Amelia Zlerler, Mr. . Green.
Mlas M. Mass!. Miss A. May. Miss R.
Lowengart Dr. E. F. Fay, Theo. Fes
sler, H. Jennings. Mr. and Mra J, H.
Waddla Dr. Marl O. Equl, Miss Helene
Anderson. W. A Huntley. G. W. Cash,
from Portland; William George, Chica
go. Illinois; L. C McCleod, Astoria: E. A.
Hlgglngs. Astoria; O. W. Hoboon. Salem;
John Blsand, Tacoma: E. O. Bodmer,
Milwaukee; Mr. and Mra Howard M.
Brownlea Astoria: . Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Klein, Chicago: Mils Ethel Mynlk. W.
W. Hennbach, Mr. and Mra George W.
Tahler, Jamea J. Flynn, R. Kelly. Dick
Jones, G. Frlewald, F.- Topken, 'Mr. and
Mra. 8. W. Blaadell, R. D. Jackaon. Miss
Amelia Anderson, Mr. A, Anderson. C
W. Whittlesey, Robert MoCarl, Nellie
Duby, Jamea J. Flvnn, J. E. Wiley, C
W. Hodges, Mrs. J. B. Zan, Miss Smith,
F Kellv. E. C. Goodnow, J. M. Ambrosa
8. R. Winch, Mis Harriet Speckarh, I
C Chalmelo, Mr. and Mra P. Feldman.
Mlaa Elate Feldman, Dr. and Mra. J. 8.
Stott, Mlaa Mary 0Nen. Mia Kathar
ine Parrlah. Mra. 3. K. Locke. Beatrice
Lock a Jamea Gibson. Mr. and Mra H.
C. Moore, R, Dorcas. Salem; George
Sutton and family, Chicago; Jt B. W
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Shaw, M. D.. Hood Rlvsr.
v Beoanlonnt Znn
Mlsa Rose Thula Mr. and Mra A J.
Clemenson and family, R. B. McClung,
Mra J. K. GUI, Mlas Dorothy GUI, Mra
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Redmond, Oregon; Mra William Mo
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- '(Special Dispatch t The Joaraat)
SeatUa July 10-Travel on th H11X,
lines thlg 'month has been heavier tham
tha roada bay been abl to handlj. Thai
capacity of tha . railroad waa already,
taxed to th utmost and then came th
Christian Endeavor convention. Th' .
roada in fact war not at all anxlou '
that tha- convention should b held at
Seattla and it was du to th fact tha
they made no effort to get the travel In
cident to the convention that attendance
waa ao light Th elknax cam when Q
the Northern Paclfio waa compelled to .
refus to sell local tlcketa on the North
Coast limited leaving St PauL Only,
those holding through ticket war per
mitted to rid on the train. Every west,
bound train out of St Paul for .a month
haa been (Hied to th limit and pa ae
en gar of floiala claim that th claaa of
travel haa been th best th roada
hav ver carried. . , .,
, EAST 7 -
s "
MAaagwr of B astern OutWiUnar Oom
pany SHore Zeave for Bow Tork To.
: aaerrow Bveailnaj oav a Bnslnis Trip.
I. SbemanakI, of Los Angeles, presi
dent of the Eastern Outfitting com- .
panya chain of stare, Is In Portlsnd
visiting J. Shaman ski. manager of th
Portland atora Th two brothers, ao
companled by another brother, Alfred,
manager of th Seattle atore, will start
east on Sunday evening, wher they go J.,
to buy goods for their lx atore on the '
ooaat In New Tork they will meet th
resident buyer who will return from
Pari In a week, -.
Th - Eastern ' Outfitting eompsny
tors ar 'amang: -the prominent pusl- -neas
eatabllshmenta of six of the largest
cltlea on th coaat The Portland ator
rank among th big business houses,
and th am 1 true of each of th
atorea In each city business haa see a
built up by Judicious advertising.
(gptdal tnspatch to Tb Joarsal.)
BeatUa July 10. A grand Jury Is
among th possibilities for SeatUa A
few weeks ago th Ran ton Hill Improve- .
ment elub adopted resolution advocat
ing the calling of this body and Presi
dent Bogardua appointed a commltte
to gather evidence to back up th re.
oluuona ' Th name of th member -hav
been kept secret. It I understood
th report will assart that a grand Jury
1 necessary. ,
Th committee ha Investigated th
conduct of certain botela where que- .
tlonabla arueata it I aald. ar harbored.
It la eetlmated that possibly the pollc
wing at certain violations oi in
and or good morala Bathhouse
also been Investigated.
Certain combines alleged to jMc In
the-city, chiefly tha fuel and ooinmls
alon houae combines, which ar charged
with oonaplrlng .o keep up prloea, hay
alao been looked Into. '
After th report Is mad td th lub -th
reault of the committee's Inveatlga- --
tions will be placed before th proper
officials and a demand mad for in '
grand Jury. :
Lenox Hotel.
"Tha newest of Portland hostelrie la -the
Lenox hotel.-
While It waa ushered Into existence
In a quiet and Unostentatious msnner, '
everyone haa heard of this hotel and ita .
luxurious appointments. Owing to It
being thrown open Juet prior to fiesta
week, th. town' reputation for good
hotels was materially strengthened In
the mind of thousands of people from
th interior of th atata No grill was
better patronised by th fiesta visitor
than th spacious and inviting dining .
room of th Lenox. .
Not th smalleat detail haa bean over,
looked by the management to mak
guests th moat comfortable. - All th
help appear ao vl with each other ,in
their effort to make vlaltor feel al
homa Portland haa Just reason to be .
proud Of this handsome atructur facing
on It oldest publlo square. Ther ar v
upward of 100 rooms provided with
hot and cold water, telephone service,
and 40 suites hav private hatha Th '
rate ar from- f 1 a day up, while room
with private bath run from I2-C0 up.
Th room ar tastefully furnished,
throughout and every modern aooommo
datton haa been Installed, whloh ha
already brought th Lenox to th favor
able notice of th commercial publlo.
It remained for th Lenox to Intro
duce the auto bue In this cltv, a oomfort
provided by th best eastern hotel
where busses ar need at all.
The hotel Is operated by th Daggett
Hotel company, of which th leading
spirits arFJja.Paggetta4id.aT.5VV
Unlicensed Fishers Fined.
(Beeclal I)watpk to The losnut.)
Astoria July 10. Th trial of Thomaa
Rpsncer, Thomas Tsylor, Harry Bpen
cer and Frank Pearaon, charged with,
fishing for salmon in th Columbia
river without llcenaea, took place In
Justin oourt yeeterdVy. The defendant
pleaded guilty and wer fined 69 and
cost each, which they paid.
The Bank of England property covers
over two aorea.