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THE UKiOiUN DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, . SATURDAY UVN:-
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, North M Aug. H. The weatbsr
Ynn been o delightful the past week
that many people who had planned to
return home have decided to stay an
other week at least. Mother who hare
hsd a thorough rest are loath to leave
, the free and unconventional Ufa at the
)each and asaume the cares and re
sponsibilities of dignified mothers In a
city home. Children hate to -think of
leaving their broad playground, and beg
iand plead for Just a little longer stay
fit the beach before school starts, and
khe weather Is offering ao many Induce
ments In the form of cloudless days
nd perfect moonlight nights that eot
4agers cannot resist the temptation to
fiiay just a little longer before saying
f ondbye to the grand old Pacific
This season at the beach has been a
ruly remarkable one from many stand-
Jiointa. Every cottage on the beach has
oen occupied, , hfttelkeepers have had
11 their rooms taken, but now school
will soon be opening and the homeward
travel must begin. Meanwhile residents
here are maklnr the most of their time
and there have been almost as many af
faire given thla weea aa auring me last
two or three weeks, when the season
Mas at Us height.
, ,.- monies the Fashion. ' .. .,' )'-
f Bonfires are numerous, picnics are
oulte the fashion, driving to various
j.olnts of interest Is always an enjoy
able way of entertaining and dinners
' and card parties come in for their share
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Irwin (rave a snipe
dinner in the cafe at the - Breakers
Tuesday evening. Covers were laid for
10 and a most delicious menu was ex
cellently served. The guests were Miss
Jnes Barrett, Miss Mateel Howe, Miss
Anne Dltchburn. Mrs. Arthur, Mrs.
Howe, Charles MacCrum, Charlie Arthur
and James P. Howe. . v
Dr. Norman Pease was ' guest of
Jionor at a dinner given by Mrs. James
Malarkey at the Salt Air, Tuesday even
ing. The table was prettily decorated
and Mrs. Malarkey proved herself a
most entertaining hostesa Those pres
ent were miss ruancne nusion, miss
Vivian Holmes, Miss Lucille Smith, Mrs,
Tease, Mrs. Malarkey, Dr. Norman
I'eaae and Antone Labbe.
Miss Mabel Bhea and Franklin Shea
entertained about 20 young friends at a
candy pull Monday evening. Miss
Adelle flarretson and will Bheehy ren
dered several aelectiona on the mando
lin and guitar and the evening was a
most enjoyable one. After the candy
had been made, pulled and eaten fruit
Dunch and cookies were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Burkhardt gave one
. of the roost successful clam bakes of
the season Thursday . evening. Mrs.
Burkhardt and Mrs. W. J. Clemens
cooked the clams and served them with
a sauce made of drawn butter, lemon,
Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper.
The guests present pronounced the
clams the most delicious baked clams
they had ever eaten and many compli
ments were paid to the charming cooks.
Among those present were Miss Clara
Hoot, Miss Margaret Boot, Miss Grace
Nicholson, Miss Mateel Howe, Miss Lil
C'arstens, Mr. and Mrs. Boot, Mrs. W. J.
Clemens, Mrs. MofTatt, Dare Jordan,
Jiawrenoe Holman. George Piper, Fred
Piper, George Trowbridge and James
Farty to Solas wlrls.
A party of girls from Boise, includ
ing Miss Parsons, Miss Adah Robertson,
Miss Derek, Miss Cochran, Miss Nourse
and Miss Marrclla Jackson, were guests
of honor at a bonfire Monday night. As
this bonfire was the first beach bonfire
that thAM arlrla bed had tha Tileajiure
of sttendlng, the affair was most keen
ly enjoyed by the girls whose homes
are In an inland city. Potatoes were
baked, marahmellowa were toasted and
at a late hour the merry party of IS
young people dispersed.
The guests at the 8ea Croft were
treated to an unusually brilliant bonfire
Monday night, which was the work of
Colonel MacKenna and Ambrose O'Con
nell. After the fire died down the
fruests returned to the hotel end an
n formal dance was held. Those pres
ent were Miss Williams, Miss Ranch,
Miss Hoc k wood. Miss Jean Martin, Mrs.
Martin. Mrs. Lotan, Mrs. MacKenna,
Mr. and Mra. -French, Mrs. Dewey, Am
brose O'Connell and Colonel MacKenna.
Klohlgaa People See Oceaa. -A
.party of Michigan people who are
experiencing their first visit to the Pa
cific coast, drove to North Hsad Tues
day and were delighted with the trip.
Mrs. Hutchinson, Miss Metsger, Mrs.
Clarke, Arllne Cameron, Teddy Clarke,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs.
Frost made, up the party.. -
A lolly crowd of young people drove
to Deadman's Hollow last Tuesday and
rtad a good old-fashioned basket Iplcnlo.
The delicious lunch was put up by
Mrs. Hutchinson of the Salt Air and was
mo good that the lunch baskets were no
tlceabl? light on the homeward trip.
The picnicers visited the wireless sta
tion at North Head and were very cour
teously treated by the officers In charge, i
The picnickers were: ' Miss Conk, Miss 1
U II I B UAH U-
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PLAYING" W THE JVND.
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AT 1KB .SEASIDE
Bock, Miss Ross, Miss Young. Mrs. Prll
llps, Mr. Allen. .. . V
A party of young people from the
Breakers had a most delightful sailing
party from Hwaco to Desdamara light
house, A delicious lunch, which had
been put up st the Breakers, wss greatly
enjoyed by all present and the sail in
tne warren rishboat was most enjoy
able. Miss Margaret Boot. Miss Clara
Boot, Miss Ijll C'arstens, Mr. and Mrs.
Otto BurckhardL Bert Clemena and
Dave Jordan comprised the party.
The Silver band from Francis. Wash
ington, gave a concert st Long Beach
Sunday afternoon which waa thoroughly
enjoyed by the hundreds of people who
had congregated to hear it- The mem
bers of the band were resplendent In
their new uniforms and presented a
very attractive appearance. The concert
waa a great success and the residents of
x-ons ueacn would be only too glad to
welcome the Silver band at any time.
Mr. Chestermtw. who has been promi
nently connected wltfc the culinary staff
at the Breakers, has oriened an attrac
tive oyster parlor at Long Beach, which
will fill a Ion a felt want. Ovatera are
easily obtained here but they are not
enjoyed unless properly served. Mr.
Chesterman's reputation is a sufficient
gusrantee that the oysters served at the
new ojrster house will be delicious.
, . Walking Farty. ' :
Miss Mabel Linden. Miss Irene Cur-
ran. Miss Marguerite Schart Miss Be
lah Schart. Miss Bertha 8chart. 'Will
Curran, Frank Bennet, Lee Wardell and
ix) y a . jtooertson naa a walking party
from Seavlew to China Beach last
Tuesday. They walked around fori
Canby and ' after reaching a beautiful
grove at enma Beach, did run justice
to the appetising luncheon which wss
An informal danca waa held at tha
Salt Air Saturday night. The soaclous
dining-room waa cleared and prettily
decorated for the occasion, and It was
very late wnen me merry dancers said
aoodnlKht. ' Miss Metsser. Miss Rourka
snd Mrs. Warner presided at the piano
and played splendid dance music
Mrs, A. F. Wheeler rave a card party
Monday afternoon, which waa one of the
most enjoyable affairs of the week.
Five hundred waa Dlared at five tahlea
and after scores had been added Miss
mW ainguire and Mra.' Mar Donald
were Announced the prise wlnneravth t
Almost elaborate bnnouet waa aiven
at- the Breakers Friday - evening, in
honor of Miss Mary Gal bra 1th. The fol
lowing menu was served: Consomme
a la royal. Toke Point, half shell; ca
viar, olives, ahrimp, mayonnaise; royal
cninoov salmon, spring chicken en cas
serole, katter aufschnitt. potatoes au
gratln, potato aalad, peaches-bananas
with whipped cream, nuts, raisins. Ice
cream and cake, fruit punch, Budweiser
over, grapes, oasis, run, . corree.
' Those present were: Miss Mary Oal
bralth. Miss Rose Galbraith. Miss Hed
vlg Rosander, Miss Klsie Pender, Miss
Mny Foster, Miss Mollis - Seltenrelch.
Miss Marttne Grove. Miss Dora Coff
in an, Mr. and Mrs. Chesterman, Mrand
Mra. Mcintosh. Clarence Morley, Mr. and
Mrs. C H. Glngerlch.
Auto Always U Demand.
The big Pierce Arrow from the Break
era is always in demand, and every day
carries merry crowds of people up and
down the beach, up to trie wreck and
to all uolnts of interest on tha haaeh.
Msny owners of machines have declared.
incir imctnuon ot ; wringing meir ma
chines with them next year. , The
smooth hard beach makes an excellent
boulevard and an there Is ho speed limit,
drivers can drive as fast as their ma
chines will allow. A psrty of people
from the Salt Air, which included Mra.
Phillips. Mr - and Mrs. McQueen and
Mr. Wright spent Wednesday afternoon
automoblllng on the beach. .
More people have ridden horseback at
the beach thla year than ever before,
and it is a very common sight to see
parties of eight, tan and twelve riding
on the beach.. Many people have their
own ssddle horses but those who have
not can rent horses for a reasonable
sum and 'bis very fact haa made horse
back riding a favorite form of exercise.
Miss Irene Loeb and Miss' Genevieve
Kelly returned to Portland Monday after
a delightful stay at Seavlew, the guests
of Miss Mary and Miss Edith Bheehy.
Miss Kathleen Lawler is spending her
vacation at Centerville. '
Harry Coleman and Will Sinnot ar
rived at Centerville Tuesdsy snd art
guesla at the Slnshetmer cottage.
Mr. McQueen, who is conected with
the Oregon lah is a guest at the Salt Air.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Burckhardt re
turned to Portland Monday after a most
enjoyable stay at the Breakers.
Mrs Norman Patterson and Miss Ed
wins Msstick returned , to Portland
Walter B. Gunnies waa .week-end
visitor at the Breakers.
Mra. Sam Schwab hag closed, her cot
tage at Seavlew. .
CLATSOP BEACn, cSEAcSlDE, OfcrGOU.
' Mlaa Caroline Wilson, who -has been
visiting Mrs. Wsrrens at Seavlew, re
turned to Portland Monday. -
Mrs. Charles Levy and, family and
their guest. Miss Louise Gllsan, left
ior roruanu juonaay.
William ' Belcher Is a' gueat at the
Lawler cottage, Centerville, 1 v t
Miss Laura Dunne, who . has been a
fueit at the Shea cottage, returned to
easlde, Tuesday, where aha will spend
the remainder of the summer, .
James Malarkey is 'expected Jon Sat
urday's Potter and will spend a week
with his family at the Salt Air.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Woodard have been
the guests of Mrs. Crowley at Tlosa.
- Mra Alfnt-d Clark was obliged to re
turn to Portland Monday on account of
the illness of her daughter, Isabel. -
Mrs. W. J. Clemens. Miss Lll Carstens
and Miss Jennie Clemens, who have
been guests at the Breakers for the
Inst two weeks, returned to Portland
Harry Harper Skuse spent Saturday
and Sunday visiting friends at Seavlew.
The attractive Bheehy cottage at Sea
View has been closed for the summer.
Martin Schart haa been visiting his
mother the past week.
Howard Charlton la the guest of Hoi
lister Maguire at tha Magulre cottage,
The Crowley cottage, which la one of
the most attractive cottages on North
Beach, has been closed for- the season
but Mrs. Crowley will remain on the
beach visiting friends until late In the
Ned Barret was a guest at tha Break
ers over Sunday.
Miss Mary cravan and Miss Marian
Brodie returned to Portland Tueaday.
Miss Reedy, and Joe Craven arrived
on Tuesday's Potter, and will be guests
at the Ambrose Cravan cottage for the
remainder of the week. -
Hiram Mitchell, a retired army offi
cer, is a guest at the Driftwood, and In
tends to remain at the beach all winter.
Master Hunt Malarkey was unfortu
nate enough to hurt his foot quite seri
ously one day last week, but owing to
the skillful treatment which he received
from Dr. Norman Pease Maater , Hunt
Is out again and Is well able to enjoy
life with hla playmates at the beach.
Clifford Nichols arrived on Saturday's
Wilson W. Clark la among tha recent
arrivals at the Breakers. -
Mr. Allan Wright arrived on the Wed
nesday potter, and is vlaltlng his family
Arthur Alexander arrived during the
week, and will rerrtaln at the beach for
some time. ' 4
Walter C. Sullivan of Detroit, Mlchl
gen, la visiting his cousin. MIsS'lMlon
N. O'Connor, at the Breakers. ; i-'. f
Mr. and Mrs. E. Beck, Bobert "Boyer.
Gustave Swenson, Walter E. Bliss, Mr.
and Mrs. R. Blckoell, Mlsa Lillian Blck
neil. Miss Myrtle Blcknell. Mr. and Mrs.
H. McAllister, B. R. Flske, Mr. and Mrs.
Lyman", Mr. and Mrs. C. C Smith. Mrs.
L. R. Richard, C. E. Ramsby, Mr. and
Mra. . R B. Sloyd, Walter B. Ounnlss,
Mrs. G. E. Hobann. Mrs. Olive Hobson.
Edwin Hobson. Philip Hobson, Howard
Hobson. Walter C. Sullivan, Detroit,
Michigan; G. W. Little. Chicago; A. E.
Brown. L. Whttmore, Spokane; R. V.
Ankeny. Seattle; J. S. Ward, Denver;
Mr. and Mrs. J. HK-kev. Mr. and Mrs.
C. R Hlckey, Nam pa. Idaho; Mra H. J.
Stone, Mlsa Mamie Stone, Chicago; Mrs.
L. R. Ruhsrd, Kossland. British Colum
bia; Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Benson, Clats
kanle. Oregon; Mlsa Poole. Hood Rlvsr;
James A. Miller,' Belllngham, Washing
ton; Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Thornton, Los
Angeles. California; Mrs. E. J. Bonhore,
Miss Gladys Bonhore, Lewis ton; M.
Starr, M. Der Bulsaon, Tacoma. . ' .
John Mann. J. A- Murphy, Mr. and
Mrs. M.aWcCormaok, A. W. Rickett. E.
W. TOomSsejY K. r)skes, Charles B.
Toiler, Thoaiasfapwnrth, Miss Bertha
M. Carlow, W. Mandell. 8t, Louis; G. R.
Walker, Mrs. Maggie Phillips. Chehalls;
Mrs. W. B. Richards, Centralis; Mr.
Appleton, Spokane; Mr. FleUchman.
Frederick Brown, J. Wild men, H.
Goldhammer, Miss O. M. Whittler. Mr.
snd Mrs. David Scott. Mr. and Mra. F:
I). Patten, E. R. Allen, Miss Josephine
Hazel wood. A. Va Williams, J. J.' Lee,
Alice Rlckthorn, Richard M. Bates,
B. Murray, J. C. Mover, Dryad, Idaho;
Mr and Mrs. P. aJ Lelck, Madeline,
Minnesota; Mrs. L. m Robertson, Har
ry C. Miller, Cecil Rlcketts, Harry Trlp
lett, Mr. and Mra, Bruckman, Merle
Bruckman, Vancouver;- Frank - Cook,
Payette. Idaho; Elsa Harvey, J.. L. Yost,
E. J. Fsust, H. O. Wilson, Mrs. 8. C.
Rein, Mrs. Rosetta Wingate, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred W. Youna Ixivri Yo'tanar. non-
aid Young. Boise, Idaho; Millie Byhsm,
Manoe tf (evens, Prosser, Washington;
D. K. Hastings, Toronto, Ontario: Mrs.:
A. O. Fess, Miss Mabel Boreland, Bloom-
Ington, Indiana; . E. W. Bonnoau, George
Sharkey, Portland. . . , ' ':":
' . Kotel Wickluun.
Robert A. Miller, Mrs. Doerges. Ada.
Long, Jennie Galbraith. Alberta Long,
La Vera Rldenour. Robert Doerges, W.
B. Jett. C. C. ' Woodhouse. . Republic,
Washington: ' Horace D. Olds, South
' - ' sm croft, ; ' - -," -
' Colonel MacKenna, Mrs. E, w! Jones.
Mra.. F. T. MacKenna, Mra. F. Joplln,
Mrs. W. L. Joplin, Ralph Joplln, Lena
Bplnney, H. W. Joplln, Mr. and Mrs.
I. D. BushnelL Mr. and Mra, A.-G.
Gteblsrh. Mrs. J. B. Bell, .Alexander
Bell. Effle Flnley, Haverhill, Moss. .
, Kaokney Cottage. .
Harold Gilbert. Harold R Shelton A.
C. McMlcken. Earl Lovejoy. Mrs. H.
Drummond, Harry Bingmer, ,Hr. snd
Mrs. R. I. Csrsa, E. Freeman, L. Buck,
Lenore Msgins. Edna Shaner. Hasel
Kurts. G. R. Knight. Irene Flynn, Kuth
French. Adah Robertson. Max Rtiefel.
Chicago; . Richard Du maater. Pittsburg:
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Boutrsger, Mr. And
Mrs. E. Johnson. Nsmok. Ida.: Mrs. V.
Cochrsn, Miss Parsons, Esteil Derlck.
Lucy Nowrse, . Marlella Jackson.) Boise.
' ' Salt Air.'
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cameron. Miss
Arllne Cameron. James Cameron. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph MscQueen, Fred Hutch
inson, Blanche Houston. Vivian Holmes,
Mrs. D. J. Phillips, Miss Emily Young.
A. Spear, M. A. Speer, G. A. Bpeer, Flor
ence Clark. M. A. Knox. Mrs. Ella War
ner, Maater jo Warner, EUensburg,
: Tits Brut. '
Miss Lillian Datesmsn. Miss Maude
B. Sklllen, Mrs. B. Lewis Bmith, Clif
ford A. Smith. H. W. Williams. Miss
Dorothy Evans, George B. Wallace, J.
Hhrmen. Will EckertT Salt Lake; Mrs.
J. Landlngham, Mrs. E. Butler. Ontario;
Mrs. E. McNerhen, Miss Lena Guthrie,
Ernest Julllan, Joseph A. Fogarty,
Boise, Ida.; Miss Murel Bess, Lawrence
Bess, Mr. snd Mrs. J. H. Merrltt, Cald
well. Ida.: F. C. Weeks snd family. Fav-
ette, Ida,; Grant Dnwsess, Twin Falls;
Mr. ana Mrs. to. a. jonnson, Kampt,
Ida.; Frank Goddard. Mrs. B. Davis,
Mlss-Mse Davis. Omaha. Nebj W. J.
Humphrey, W, C. Humphrey, Superior,
Neb. - . . . ,'.,.
F. H. Smith. J. C. Smith. Fred John
son, H. B. Donahue, Mrs. T. Linn, Ruth
Petterson, Henry Ehlaen, John Luis-
iPJr.Jmm"' c- Warehorp. Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Williams, W. L. Harmden. H. Gard
nr1". ,1 W. Maloney, F. A. Bailey,
Charles Bradley, A. E. Buttner, Charlea
Tlllotson, Delbert Taggart, Mlsa L. C.
Bruce George Adams, Mary Adama. C.
J. Acaley, Jo Driscoll, B. iKivelace,
JamM T. Lawler, Beattle: Mrs. J. E.
Leeson, Miss Fuller, F. E. Clarke,
Nampa Ida.; Mr. and Mra. J. A. Bilk
wood, Tacoma; Mr. and Mra. A. E. Ells
worth, South Bend; Mr. and Mra. Gor
man. R, E. Gormun; Cathlamet; H. M.
Palmer. C. C. Allen. Boise, Ida?; Mr.
and Mrs. Miller Jensen. Frank Ooddard.
Lawrence Bess. Frank WhUmanTSonwe,
u., miH au xiinriin, verna r.. i
ham, Sussn B. Farnham. Parma
mr. aiui jir. j. n. juerritt, Caldwell,
Ida.: Mr. and Mra, A. L. Murphy. Mld
d let on, Ida.; M. F..Cinrka, I'tlca. N. Y.;
Miss J. A. Gorman. Philadelphia; C E.
Spurting, Ellensburg; G. M. Taylor.
Seattle. . j
, . Kong- Beaok BoteL ' .
Miss O. M. Whittler, Harold 8. Gil
bert, R. L. Roberta, C. W. Ireton. Mrs.
George Vedder, Mrs. C. D. Kellog. Mr.
and Mrs. R. F. Blcknell, Miss L. Blck
nell, Miss M. Blcknell, A. F.-Gunderson
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dsvls. T. J. Nolan,
A. Douglas, Miss Florence Booth. - Mao
Cleaver, Bert Flake J. F. ' Jayne. A.
Paulson, George Capen, T. Jones. J. M.
Ryan, Mabel Wlrts, Mrs. Wlrts E. R.
Allen. Dollle Kddv. Henrv W. Mine-lev.
Charles R, Burgh, O. Ewlng, Charles
Mnthews Florence Clark, Donald Mo
GUIIvary. Mabel Clarke. M. K. Knox,
Vlrgle Trembley, D. M. Taggart, Charlea
Tallotson Harold J. Wa
ton; F, W. Wernoch. H. W. Blandt, Ta
coma; W. 3. Burke, Chicago; Eva I
Moulton, Oregon City; Mra. Bpaulding,
Boston; Miss Rosa Beer, Vancouver;
William J. Cooney. Raymond; Ivy L.
Smith, Forest Grove; Mr. and Mrs. I
D. Burdlck, Saginaw. Mich.; Mr. and
Mra. C. & Shank. Philip Bhank. Seattle;
Mrs. F. W. Hannah. Leland Hannah.
Cejdwell, Ida.; H. C. Newton. Heppner;
Mr. and Mrs, F. Engleman, lone. Or.;
Harry wool, jiooa Kiver; . Margaret
Lynch, Weiser. Ida.: Mra. J. Landing-
ham. Miss E. Butler. Ontario, Or.; W.
A. Pratt and family. Kelso.
." -', Garden Orove. .'V
Mr. and Mrs. A. Esthers. Miss Tilda
Holm. Mra. C. 8. Rudeen. Arthur Ru-
deen, Eather Rudeen. Charles J. Erlck
son. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Olson. -Hilda
aUianson, ' John M. Beucholts, Irene
Wicott, ivy Scott, Mrs. . L. Hinckle, Al-
nert H. Hinckle, F. H. Preher. Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Blaster, Miss Very C. Blaster,
Miss Kate Nolan. Mrs. Dora Kelly and
son. Mrs. William Black. Weiser, Ida.
Guests at Newport Hotels. '
' (Sperlsl Dlapetch to Tse Joaraal.fv
Newport. Or., Aug. fL-yh following
Nye Brook George W. Neff, Eugene:
A. H. Whelps, Dallas; O. P. Sommexs and.
wife, Clara Houston. Springfield; J. A.
Wells and wife, Boise, Idaho.
McDonald Mr. and Mrs. William O.
GilatraD. son and dauahter. Kuaene:
Mrs. J. Brenckerhof f, Harold BrlnckCr
hoff, G. Beckmara Mias Irene Beck man,
J O. Sullivan, Portland: J. Bmith. A r
llnirton: K. fl U'llfia sift and man. 11.
Irvln W. T- Smith, C. W Crasfleld.
A. T. Smith, D. V. Heseock. Portland;
H. L. Sorbet, tbny: Mra. J. V. Olds.
Miss Edith Olds, Miss Augusta McCor
mick. Miss Winifred Hawley, Portland:
.iar Dl IKS n-ue anjiii.ii,
Mrs. 8. O. Wilson,. CorvalUs'; Ixrra A.
Vance. Elisabeth Peacock, A. O. Bpauld
ing and wife, Portland: W. E. Brown.
Eugene; Mrs. C W. McKelllps. Juliet
Cooper, Edna Irvine, Cor vail Is; S. L.
Moorhead and wife. L. P. Moorhead,
Junction; fcnnis Wall, Salem; Mra. A.
Hopkins; J. R. B. Irvln, P. W. Leversce,
J. S. Wells, Portland; Mr. and Mra J.
A. Wilson. Salem; J. O. Kllpack, Fort
land; Arthur Bouquet, Corvallis; Robert
N. Torbet. Albany; Francea Kemp.
Woodburnt I.ncila Imuran. Imoaene Rat-
fery. Portland: J. W. Wells and wife.
Newport Notes. .
- (fliweial msiiatek to The Joeraai.t '
ONewpori. it., avs. ai. i. j. u oncn
and family of Portland are at their cot-,
tape at Nye bench.
Mrs. P. C. Shine and family, of Spo
kane. Washington, are visiting Mrs.
Shine's sister, Mrs. P. 8. Byrne, at her
Fsther Corbett. prefect . of Columbia
college at fit, Johns, has taken charge
of the Catholic parish st Newport for
the remslnder Of the season.
The first salmon caught on . a troll
hook ' was landed Wednesday. - From
I now on salmon-fishing will be a fcopular
f-aoort. ' r
Mrs. Peter A. Spence of -Punnydeer
cottsge has been entertaining the Mlsse
iowry, of St. Paul. Minnesota, and the
Misses i Mosr of Portland. ' Dunnvrreer -
cottsge la prettily situated on a bluff
overlooking the ocean, and takes its
name irora lis reeemDiance .10 minny
deer castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland,
near surs. optmc a i ui mrr noma.
Eeduced Rates to Astifila.
For- the benefit of those wishing to
attend the meeting of the- Norwegtsn
Slnvlng Society held at Astoria, August
Si-September 1, t. and the ISth an
nual Astoria regatta, eY)tember i, 3,
A th. A afnrl. Jk. AlfimKl. niwa, .ll- '
road names a round trip from Portland
of l. Tickets on sale August 10-31.
September 1, 2, I. 4, returning expire '
Lord Curzon Is Xow; Devoted
to Woman "Who Has Cared
i' for His Children.
kixo not allowed
to oioose Officers
J :) ward's Hands Tied by Party
in Power nd Ho Is Barred From
Hftrins: Whom lie Want la Ills
CAva Household. .
Y.t Tsui Lambeth,
(CrrvHght, 107, by W. R. Hearst)'
Loii lod,- Aug. II. Lord Cursen. who
was n-M st first enamored with I bis
tnothpr-ls-law, Mra Loiter, Is now al
mo.t as dcvolcl to er as are his own
I'MJe girls. Mrs. loiter has been
"mothering" Lord Curson's daughters
st the beautiful rmmtry house Bear
1 rc-iril, wM. the en-viceroy of
3 -i t n i-utc!i-.-i 1. snj the l.ttle girls
are Just beginning to recover from tha
terrible loss of their mother.
"Grandma Letter," . as aha Is called,
haa. In fact, become a British institu
tion. She cares little for the gay dolr.ga
of society in London. and is completely
wrapped up in her son-in-law snd, her
grandchildren. v -.
Mrs. Letter Is at present staying with
her grandchildren at Tulloch Lodge, and
she is most anxious that her son-in-law,
who has appeared depressed of late,
should enter the political arena quickly.
Mrs. Letter will always spend the great
er part of tbs year in this country for
The king Is most anxious to set "nls
house In order"; but at present, being a
very constitutional monarch. Is unable
to taite the initiative, certain "places'
in hla majesty's household are at the
mercy of political .parties, and It is thief
Tany element" wnicn tns King is very
anxious to abolish. a
For instance. Lord Beftdn has re
signed his position as maater of the
norse, ana Vie Liberal government are
looking in vain for a successor- If the
King were allowed to choose his 01
master of the horse ha ceuld do so t
moiTow, but certain-positions In the
household are filled by whatever party
is in power.
Supposing that a very Democratic) or
Socialist psrty were in power, the king
would be forced to appoint people with
whom he could have nothing in com
mon to - confidential positions In the
' Kelr Hardie, for example, would
, ,rd'rTnak suitable lord chamber
lain. The thing must be faced eoener
or later, and meanwhile the premier is
trying to find iauitable person to.be
master of the horse. -... .
Klf Jewish rageaat. "v
The erase known aa Pageantltls' hss
penetrated tw the east of London. The
fncts have not aa yet been -published,
b'tt the enormous Jawlah community in
Whlter-hnpal and Hoxton are elaborat
ing plans for-a grand Jewish pageant.
to bs performed neat spring at some
spot within easy resch of London.
Secret meetings of prominent Jewish
tradesmen hsve been held weekly, snd
It hss now been dec fried that Lord
Rothschild is to be approached on the
matter. Prises are to be offered for
the best manuscript of a Jewish pa
geant giving the whole history of the
Jewish community since the resettle
ment in England,
The prims mover in the suggested
pageant Is Hsrry Bsrnett. the Jewish
Provision King," who Is wildly enthu
siastic over the, scheme. . Several
wealthy west and Jews have already
PfoiPlwed their support, so that little
retolns to be done but to discover a
JrHh playwright. ,
Jf been hinted thst Isrsel Zang
"Wl,l yr Alfrd Sutro may come to the
Mdpue if a native playwright does not
s si iivimpoi.
(Veorge, the head waiter of the Kits
restaurant, who has left London to take
charge of the new Plasa hotel In New
Tork, ta something of a -chsracter,''
and the emsrt society folk who had be
come attached to him feel as tf they
bad loa-s, dear friend. . '
Oeoge, Vbo la a gay French bachelor,
with turly haTr and a very young face,
haa wonderfully polished manners, At
first his accent .waa purely English, but
during the past few weeks he has been
strenuously cultivating a New York ac
cent in view of his Pissa engagement.
George Gould, who Is one of George's
friends, tins taken an Immense suite at
the new Plasa, so thst the millionaire
and the waiter will meet again. George
has visions of showers of It bills
which, he understands, form every head
waiter's perquisite in New Tork.
Elaborate Oowns oa Taenia,
Every one who was at the Cowes re
gatta noticed the fact that elaborate
hats and costumes had taken the place
Of the simple yachting dresses which
were formerly worn by all women at
(jueen Alexandra has resolutely set
her face against Lbs absurdly Out-or-
S lace dress which has distinguished
owes during the past two sessons. Her
majesty still clings to the sensible
white or blue serge yachting dress and
sailor hat which waa always considered
the best form at Cowes. .
It Is said thst certain American
hostesses Introduced such pretty flower
hata last sesson that many English
women, who slavishly follow the fash
Ions set by their smart - American
cousins, thought they would "go on
Anyhow, the result this yesr cer
tainly did not meet with the approval
of the men at the Royaf Yacht Squad
ron, the most exclusive club In the
world, and -many members made very
uncomplimentary remarks about ths
ridiculous "Asooi" "hata and gowns
which were to He seen every day on the
yschta In the Solent. -
The coming shooting season In Eng
land promises to sttract more Amer
icans than shown by sntjirevlous-Teo-ord.
of the finest shorfrtng estates have been
made for the month, and several large
shooting parties from the ststee have
already commenced to Inhabit the resi
dential lod sea.
The moors at Ilhhacat will be shot
over ' by Brsdley Martin Jr., who la
entertaining largely at Feteresso Castle.
Bradley Martin Sa.. will hsve Urge
house psrtles at Balmecaan, . Invarness.
Ralph Vivian - is Installed st Delfer
Csstle, Morayshire, where he Is always
assured of excellent sport.
Lady Leicester, who was Miss Kate
Warder, ia providing for a number ot
American guns, while psrtles sre also
being entertained by the Duke snd
Durheaa bf Manchester, Lord snd Lady
Roxhurghe and Lord and Lady Deer
burst, if - I
: W. WsldYrf Astor snd C. Msrkat
have Invited a large party of American
friends to enjoy the sport of their re
siiectlve estates, and Cornwall's West, st
St. Alliens. Is slso In a modified way
dispensing autumn hospitality.
s of Dunschton
The two . great moon
and Phones, the property of
"Silent Smith," have caused a good deal
of speculation In shooting circles as to
their ruture tenant. Each moor was I I
answersble last season for 1,000 brace I
and they are now In perfect condition. .
' At the eleventh hour Dunsohton.has
vwn -in . io josepn waison, oi
Wetherby, and the rights to the Phones
have been divided between Frank
Lloyd and Sir William' Pearce.
Europe Is at present In tse throes of
a Marlborough boom. Every illustrated
Paper in England and on the continent
has given space to the latest full-length
portraits of the duchess In her peeress
robes and paragraphs In appreciation of
Certainly the Ductus of Marlborough
waa never more popular than at this
moment. This Is directly due to her
charming personality, her sweetness of
character, and her- consistent large
heartedness. During the last week she has opened
and amply subscribed to three bazaars
which hsve been promoted In the name
of charity, and now she is working
night and day on behalf of the wlvei"
and children of those who are secured
In English convict prisons, She has
taken two large houses In Endalelgh
street. In the West Central district of
London, and she has had these beauti
fully fitted and furrrish' In the flrat
she Intends to lodge JO v .ves of prison
ers serving long sentences. Thsy will
be tausht Isundrv work and sewlna.
and the ducheas hopes. incidentally, to-
make them better mat here. The second
house will be ued, as a crache. - Here
the children will be looked after snd
made Into healthy memhera of tifmy.
The duchess la' so enthtislaatfei-oVer
her work that .she hss sacrificed her
cuatomsry autimn visit to the States.
She visit. the hoiiees every day and la
at prevent superintending the Kate
Oreensway decoratloJia.of "The Fold,"
aa the children's1 nnrw. rlee sre called.
The two houaes will he opened In s
few devs by the Mshoo of Ionrton, who
Is a.R-reat admirer of the tlucheaa and
lalhsr good works,
COMING TO AMERICA
Woman President "of k Theo-
8ophical Society Will Lec
ture in Chicago. '','
- (Journal Saartal aervtcs.) '
London, Aug. ti. Mrs. Annie Besant,
recently elected, world president of ths
Theosophlcal society in succession to
ths lata Henry Steele Olcott, has ar
ranged to leave here next week for the
United Statea. The purpose of her trip
Is to preside at the annual convention
of the American section of the Theo
sophicnL society, which is to be held
soon. In' Chlcsgo. While In America,
Mr,, rueant expects to deliver lectures
on theosophy In New York, Philadelphia,-
Cincinnati and other cities.
Even those who do not share her be
lief often speak of Mrs. Reaant aa one
of the most wonderful women of the
age. Her career, at any rate, has been
a moat extraordinary one. Early in
lue she married a minister, the brother
of Walter Besant, the novelist, who dis
liked her, and who accented the last
sylliihle of his name because shs ac
cented the first of hers.
, Mrs. Besant's married life, was un
happy. In 1874 she wss legally sepa
rated from her husband, -at her own
suit, on the ground of cruelty, snd wss
denied the custody of her children on
the rroiind that shs waa an atheist.
The real cause of the separation was I
her complete defection from the Chris
tian faith and her refusal to take tha
communion in compliance with her hue
band's requirement Her chlldreh, how
ever, did not share her husband's views,,
and as soon as they reached their ma
jority returned to her roof and contin
ued to live with her. . .
. Mrs.-Besant's public career at a re
former. Iconoclast, agitator and phil
anthropist began with her - separation
from her husband. She waa a born al
trtilsk and was no sooner thrown on
her ttwii resources. Uian she plunged Into
iiw-wiira, ot relieving the "wants ano
sorrotwsof ths poor In 4he east snd of
London?-VC seoonnts given of her
self-denying labors for ths poor' women
and match girls of that locality almost
pass belief. She was known smong .
them simply as "Annie," and addressed
familiarly by that name on all occa
sion, she wss their organiser, their
sympathiser and copnselor, and it Is
solemnly asserted thst at on tim she
denied herself necessary food to feed
them. It Is en Id that so greet waa tha
attschment of the poor for her that shi
could visit localities In London wXh
safety- into which the armed police .
would not venture, and that she could .
dispel a mob with her presence and
voice that had defied the whole muni
cipal force. . .
When she shsndnned Chrlaflsnlty shs
became a materialist. But while writ- ,
Ing a review of Madame Blavhtfky'g
"Secret Doctrine" for William SteairWi
was unexpectedly converted to the sv
tem herself, snd became from thnt time
mavaisKy s sot snd minima atsclnle.
to whomj th' grest teacher when dying
bequeaUicdr-lie mysterious finger ring
which sy Md received from her own
great tesjeher In the esst - . -
Mr. Hesnnt's history ma y be Summed
un as member of the Church of Kna-
lsnd. sthelat, Psnthelet, Sorlsllat. editor,
eaaaylst, educator, hihor organiser, hu
manltsrisn end theoBophlat. Hr char
acteA Is sptly deacrlbed aa gifted, er- '
raiio ana mucn-aousea.