The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, July 31, 1912, Page 17, Image 17

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Brief Items of Tuesday's Late News
Short Stor'.os of AVorld Happenings
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' .The home on Tuesday, by a rot ol
127 to 107, refused to agree to the sen
ate's" amendment to the excise tax btll
providing for the repeal of the Canadian
.. reciprocity aut. Ths house also, 171 to
16,. refused to accept the senate La FoU
Jettfl wool bill as a substitute for the
house bill, but agreed to a conference If
the senate should ask for one.
A appropriation nf J150,009 for eon
trucMon of a first cmss lightship for
the, station, at Tort Orford reef, oft
Cape Blanco, In authorized In the omni
bus -llffbthrMt bill reported to the
house Tuesday.
Senator Burton of Ohio,, explained to
the senate Tuesday his opinions as to
th cause of the present high cost t
Hvtwy.- .The manifest, and.. toflonaat
Tcauses, he said, were tho "phenomenal
, progress of recent years, the ptrlking
Inequality of this progress in different
lints of human endeavor, and the ten
dencies to extravagance and waste and
to diminished productive energy by a
large part of the population." He de
clared that neither the Payne-Aldrlch
tariff law nor any other similar meas
ure was responsible for the general high
prices. -
The. Republican congressional cam
paign committee has declined to request
of Representative Lafferty to circulate,
at its own expense, 44,000 copies of
Representative Rodenburg's anti-Wilson
speech in Laffcrty's district. When
Lafferty made this request he was
asked If he had declared for Roosevelt
and when he said he had, his applica
tion Was turned down.
, A. bill by Representative Stanley to
define more specifically the terms "mis
branded," as used lu the pure food
laws has been reported favorably by the
house commerce committee.
- Attorney General YVickershatri has ad
visee) eofigross lie does not approve any
proprtsltion to plvo shippers a blanket
right of appeal to the-commerce court
from all so called negative rulings of
thp tntwrmts commerce comhdsalun. He
favors appeals only from such decisions
as Involve questions of law.
A movement Is on foot among sena
tors who are demanding, an Immediate
triat for Judge Archhitld .to. leaulre, as
a .t'onclitlon of the postponwiiient of the
case, that the jurist retire from the
eo in mer re bench until his case has been
decided.
1'olilkal.
The New Mexico progressive conven
tiott rmst at Albtniuerque - Tuesday and
elected four delegates- to- the Chicago
Convention. Action regarding a state
' progressive ticket was deferred until
after the Chicago convention.
A canvasg of the Republicans In con
gress shows only five pjf them now In
tend to quit the Republican party and
follow. Roosevelt Into the new null
SioOse organization. The men who are
wUUntr t go thta far with Roosevelt
810 Miles rulndextcr, Washington;
Moses K. Clapp of Montana, Senators
yA fjanrfft f.attn.ot- Siew Mexico, and
A. W. Lafferty of Oregon, representa
tives. The attitude of tho national progres-
sive-partv- e the race qnestton was In
quired lftto Tuesday by a delegation of
negroes which . called on Colonel Roose
velt a his arrival in New York froi
.-Oyster Bay. Representatives from three
eth&; atatea were In the delegation.
Colonel Roosevelt assured them he would
4o all lit hi power to seoure for the
negro hl full rights under the const!-
Rip Out Your
Oiess Shialds
Firo 'Em Quick!
You Woa'l Need Them Any More-WYflttU6a?BE8PI-N0!
It 1 good-bye forever to dress shields.
Good-bye to exeesaive unnatural perspira
tion of the arm-pits. You can wear any
weight f clothing ox live la hot stuffy
'.JNe More Arm-Ptt Pertpiration and No
, More DreMhield. I Ute PERSPI-NO."
rooms, bnt you will never again have your
clothing la the arm-pits soaking wet from
perspiration, or have them get stiff, fade,
. and have the colors run, if you use the
0w marvel, PE R8 PI-NO,
You can go to a dance, to the theatre,
cooper, or any aooial nJr. feeling u re
. that yon will never be humiliated or be la
' perfect misery because of arm-pit perspl-
: ration. PBKSPI-NOis a powder, a simple
formula, absolutely safe for anybody. Try
Jt once J you 11 bo convinced and surprised.
You apply it with tho pad which ts packed
with every box sold. PERSPI-NO Is a
wonder, YouH sy so after using it once,
Batisfnction "tjiCTif iff 'fnnflml. ,
," lEr.SPI-3!'2i i for sule at your drug
glat'l at SSe a box, or sent direct, on receipt
of ptico, by the Perspo Co., 715 Lincoln
Ave Chicago, For sa)e and recprnmended
la Portland by the Owl Drug Co.
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1X1 GET PETER
IT MCNOEO
Xot Received In Tlmo for Tester-
1 The. Jonrbal.
tut Ion. The (folonel, however, postponed
a definite answer as to the "lllywhite
movement In the south.
Governor Wilson announced Tuesday
night that William J. Bryan had con
tributed $1000 to the. Iiemocratic na
tional campaign .fund, addressing the
contribution to Sea Gtrt.
The William J. Bryan faction tri
umphed TueMday In the Nebraska Demo,
cratlc state convention to the extent
that W. H. Thompson, a Bryan man,
Was elected chairman of the state com
mittee defeating' the present chairman,
John C. Byrne, who was a candidate
for reelection. Resolutions Indorsing
the stand of Mr. Bryan at the Baltimore
convention were adopted by a vote of
63S to 74.
Four hundred and stxty-flve persons
ha v "Tiled with the secretary of state
their petitions of candidacy for nomina
tion at the California primaries to bo
held In September. Of these there are
eight women candidates for the state
assembly, several Socialists and one
Democrat, snd one woman candidate for
congress, Mrs. Helen M. Stoddard of
San Olepo county.
Eastern.
Governor Glasscock's proclamation of
martial law In the Paint Creek section
of West Virginia, where more than 2000
miners are on strike, la,, completed and
will be Issued should future develop
ments warrant. Kverythlng is reported
quiet lu that region. Detailed plans for
the dissolution of the National Packing
company which provide for the distri
bution of assets estimated at JSO.OqO.OOO
among the Armour, Swift and Morris in
terests, were nubmltted to government
officials at Chicago Tuesday. I'nder the
plan Swift receives 4fi per cent of the
assets, Armour 40 per tent and Morris
14 per cent.
The Standard OH company announces
a reduction of 10 points in refining pe
troleum, making refined In cases 10.25
cents per gallon; refrned in tanks, 4.75
cents, and standard white In barrels,
8.o 5 centa.
Preliminary plans were started at a
meeting Tuesday of the directors of the
Port Of Boston and representatives of
the chamber oi commerce for a line of
fast freight and pasaengcr steamers 14
tween Boston and Los Angeles hy way
of the Panama canal. It Is proposed to
build seven steamships which will pro
vide weekly Sailings, with only onv stop
on the way to the canal, the entire trip
to Los Angeles to bemsde in 15 days.
The financial stntement of the t;nlted
Slates Steel Corporation for the Becond
quarter of the current year, ending June
30, was made public Tuesday. Earnings
for the quarter totaled J25.102.2S5, after
deducting all expenses incident to oper
ations. Net income, generally known as
net earnings, amounted to $18,429,204.
Arthur Brisbane, editorial writer orj
tho Hearst newspapers, married in
New Tor Tuesday to l9 Phoebe
Cary, second daughter of Seward Cary.
Urlsbann and Seward Cary are cousins.
Pacific Coast.
Municipal garbage collection was de
cided upon Tuesday by the city council
of Seattle. To put tho plan into effect
a bond issue of $400,000 has been voted.
WJUlam P. Herrin, vice president and
ohlef counsel of the Southern Pacific
company, has retired from the presi
dency of the Pacific Electric company,
the $100,000,800 aulmldiary of the south
ern Pacific. Paul Shoup, vice president
and general manager of the Pacific
Electric, with offices In Los Angeles,
will succeed him.
B. ' D. Townsend, special attorney for
the department of Justice in the govern
ment's suit against Southern Pacific
land titles In California and Arizona,
opened an office In San Francisco Tues
day preparatory to filing a suit at Los
Angeles, attacking the titles of the rail
road company and' the Kern Trading &
Oil company, one of tts subsidiary cor
porations, to 1 50,000 acres of oil lands,
estimated to be worth $500.000,00(U
A theatre with a seating capacity of
about 1000 Is to open in Los Angeles on
August 5. tho manager and all the em
ployes of whlc'h are to be women. Mrs.
Anna M. Mozart, the manager, announced
that the rule against men in absolute
and that even the scene shtfterS and
the special poifcemen to guard against
disturbance of the peace, will be of her
own sex.
The Wlllisms and Bartlett Springs
automobile stage was held up at the
Prim 'grade, about 35 miles from Wil
liams. Cal., the robbers obtaining $25po
In cash, besides much Jewelry.
Three express cars palatial moving
homes for 33 trotters and pacers, cen
servatlvaly valued at $100,000, left San
Francisco Tuesday on the through train
for Salem, Or. Eleven of these horses
are billed through to Vancouver, B. C,
ahd the others will stop at Salem where
they will be trained for the, harness
races at Portland and the Oregon state
fair. t
From the State Sanitarium' at Napa,
Cal,, where she we Incarcerated a year
ago., and a few months later made da
.feadiant 1ft asv-action for divorce brought
by Ernest A. Stalnton of " San Fran
ulsco, Mrs. Louise Stainton began a
fight for Justice, and on Tues
day in the superior court, she won
g decree of separation, the eus
tedy of her 3-year-old baby and $40 a
month alimony. On the witness stand
Mrs. Stainton told a pitiful story Of
cruelty on the part of her husband, who
had her placed In the sanitarium.
R. H. Brown, the 73-yesr-old Justice
of the peace of Dixon, Cal., noted for his
many marriages of eloping couples, and
whoji tinsel f eloped, wiUl a youaavwaaiaa
"fiiinharrliiJ a few days ago, was vis
ited by a charavari party on h.g return
te Dixon, who broke into his bedroom,
when a- frght resulted and the aged
bridf room was knocked through a win-
dew, Brewa aelaed a molves and put
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OREGON DAILY JOURNAL,
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TO HAVE
PFreR.ONEOFTHE HAND-,
the rude serensders to flight, only be
lng prevented from killing some of them
by his wife and two daughters, who
wrested the revolver from him.
Foreign.
The Turkish government is willing
to enter Into pesce negotiations with
Italy If they aru conducted in a manner
compatible with Turkey's honor apd
dignity and her rights are adequately
safeguarded. This was announced In
the chsmber of deputies at Constantl
noplj Tuesday during the reading of the
new ministerial proclamation.
Premier Asqulth denied in the house
of commons Tuesday afternoon that the
government proposes to frame a meas
ure for a flngie tax y land.
Miscellaneous.
A $15,000 shortage In the funds of
Carbon county, Utah, revealed by ex
pert examination has led to the suspen
sion from office of County Clerk
Gwllyn Jones and the dotentlon by the
Sheriff of County Treasurer R. W. Sny
der. Jones is said to have adinltUU the
miirappropiflatlon of $1800.
Lorene Whlteman 13 years old. daugh
ter of Fire Chief Yhlteman, was in
stantly killed, two persons fatally in
jured, and three others seriously hurt
Tuesday evening In an automobile ac
cident Just east of Rpsewell, N. M.
Engineer G. W.Swearcngen, of
Pueblo, and J. M. Duncan, porter, were
killed, and severnt passengers were In
jured Tuesday night when Rock Island
passenger train No. . known as the
Chicago express went Into the ditch near
Pueblo, Cole.
TWO ADDED SEWER UNITS
CONTRACTED AT DALLES
(S'leelil to Tlie Jo'irnnl
The Dalles, Or., July SI. The city
council has awarded to the Jacobs-Bade
company the contract for laying the
first two units of the new newer sys
tem for The Dalles. One unit wilt drain
all the eastern part of the city carrying
the newao to a main 36 inch sewer
laid from the north termination of
Laughlin street along the beach to the
western boundary of the city, where it
discharges Into the Columbia rUcr. The
second unit drains the western part of
the cliy and has Its outlet throusb a
tUnnel that passes under the O.-W. n-.
& N. shops, discharging outside the
city limits, These two units added to
tho prest-nt system will give all parts
cf the city perfect sewerage.. The. con
tract price for the new sewer is $."C.O00.
Work will commence at once, and it Is
thought the system will be completed
throughout the lower part In tlmo to
permit th cross utreets through wli! -h
it will run to. he paved before severe
weather l gins this fall.
DR. BR0SIUS RESISTS
$50,000 DAMAGE SUIT
(Special to IV JiMirnnl )
Hood River, Or. July 31. Dr. F. C.
Brosius of this city, who wn re
cently surd for $f0. 000 damages by
Klrner Adams for failing to rc.-v h his
home on cnll by the plaintiff to attend
his wife, who had met with an acci
dent tl at caused premature childbirth,
from which It iy stated she died, lis
filed an answer to the complaint
through his attorney, Jso Stearns
of Portland and Judge A. J. Derby of
this city, alleging that the complaint
doe not state facts sufficient to con
stitute a cause of action.
PORTLAND HOMESTEADER
DIES NEAR HERMISTON
(Spolnl to Tk Juiiraal.)
Hermistnn, Or., July 31, J. M. Kles.
formerly of Portland, who has been a
homesteader on the 1'matilia proeet.
died yesterday morning. Mr. Kies came,
to Hermlston about four month ago
and filed on a homestead In section 2.
He was in very had health when he
came to the project, but believed this
climate would be heneficial to him. For
the first two months he gained in
health to a jfreat extent and was in
good spirits until nearly the flay before
his death, believing he would surely re
gain his health. His body was sent to
Portland yesterday to his wife.
Two Belgian army officers have In
vented a carriage for mm bine guns
which can be drawn by' dog, the wheels
having pneumatic tiros.
9in
Excursl
Tickets
Jnlv 2. 3. e 7. 11 la. is. le. an
August 1, 3. 3, 6, 7, 13, IS, 16, 32, 33, 29. 30, 31.
Beptewbor 4, 8, e, 7, a, 11, 13, 30.
CHICAGO AJtD ETTJW.. . ....
ST. TjOITTS A JTI XETTJ"R37 ....';.'."'.'. 70 00
BOSTOW ABfO BBTTJBN illo'oO
BUTFAX.O AW KBVTJTRR 91SD
Stopovera allowed within limit In each direction. u,"er
Try the "OBIBWTAI. jniWIB." Leave Portland 7 p. m
dally. Through BtandaM and Tourist Sleepers Portland to
Chicago in 73 hours-without change. Finest serv I -e end
scenery. Tickets and slennlnv car
et offiAe. No fa -flilrJ
R. DICXIOV. 0. "P. T.
xoiapaoaaii
PORTLAND, WEDNESDAY
TOMORORWBy Forbcll
YOU'D GETTER CO AT ONCt
OSFOttEJT
UNCASHED VOUCHER OF
1856 SENT TO SALEM BY
R0SEBURG EXECUTOR
4) (Satete Huron o( 'J tiff Jiairaal.) 4)
4 Salem, Or., July 31. -A relic Of "4
4 the old Oregon territorial iays a
turned up in the 'office 'of the
4 necrctary of state today. It is
an Indian war voucher made out 4
lu favor of Jeptha Oreon In the 4
sum of $40, for shoeing five 4
4 horses at $7 tach and repairing 4
4 a wagon. The work was per- 4
4 formed for Captain Roberts' -4
4 company, Second regiment, Ore- 4
Jgon Mounted Volunteers, called 4
Into service by proclamation of 4
4 Territorial Governor George L. 4
4 Curry to suppress Indian hos- 4
4 tllities. The voucher is dated 4
4 at Deer Creek. August 11. 16. 4
4 It was pent to tho secretary of 4
4 state by F. W. Hnynes of Rose- 4
4 bur, administrator of the estate 4
4 - nf -RrttTtr .T. Green. TTe asked ' 4
4 whether the voucher was still 4
4 good. 4
4 4
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
Federal Safo Deposit Company.
ISalfia Uupiiu of Tk Jnnrnul.
Salem. Or.. July 31. Articles of in
corporation were- filed here today by
the Federal Safe LVponlt company f
Portland, with a capital stock of $200,
0(10. The incorporators nre K. H: Nor
ton, I.. L. Miller and George N. Davis,
Wasco Farmers Get Good Crop.
(Si.eibil t, Th J:;ir-eal
The Dalles, Or., July 31. Harvesting
goes steadily on throughout Wasco
BATHING HELPFUL
IN DISEASE CURE
.Sulphurro Baths Get Sulphur
Into Blood, Driving Out
Poisons.
Teels Only Half XI Ago I
Rodondo, Wash.
Mr. ' M ". Stewart,
Seattle,
Dear Sir: Sulphurro Is the best
medicine for Rheumatism that I ever
used.
My husband this year wns very
111 with inuwtiiar Rheumatism. He
rociod so fji that ho cmld gel
up. but remained so stiff in his
ts 'hat he could not move wlth
o it pain. Then we heard of Sul
phurro He ued it according to
directions for three months, and he
is fullv cured.
He la til years old. but feels as
goo, I us a. man of TPI. I will not
hesitate, lo reqounnmul Sulphurro to
all my friends, and many thanks and
wishes of inch, ami God's blessing
lo vmi. 1 Sailed: 1
.MIlcCWM. IBSEN.
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(UK Al THE HOOfcLET)
In eases of hheoma'ism the Sul
phur hath is a must essential form
of the tri .ttmeut. All authorities credit
the bath with great healing effects. By
means of it nature's germicide and
purifier. Sulphur, is introduced directly
Into tbf blood and system. The poisons
end disease germs are elimlnatedStfrnm,
the Imdv, and tha patkuit Is restoretl
to health.
I'nless you lave tnken a Sulphurro
hatji yoi: cpnnot approciate t lie fine
Invigo.atinp feiling It bestows upon
you. The skin Is freshened, the nores
are cliunsel. and von step out of the
bath eiMivpletely refreshed.
You will understand all shout Sul
phurro when yu read tho booklet ac
1 ompan 1 , ic each bottle (bottles SO
cents arid Jl at all drug stores), or send
direct to the t' M. ('. Stewart Sulphur
Co , 71-( '('lutnbia st., Seattle. Wash., for
4 free bookidt.
Siiipliiirro
Sold by
Wooclard, Clarke & Co.
America's Xisrgast Drugstore.
Orders by Mall Promptly rilled.
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Karsbtll 3071, A-S286.
EVENING, JULY 31, 4912.
ANO HAf
GETS NYMOR$t
CAN
county, the weather so far having been
favorable, and every few days comes
In the report of a good crop.' One
MOTELS AND SUMMER
OREGON HOTELS
HOTEL MULTNOMAH Wflffi?
CORNELIUS HOTEL
House of Welcome Portland, Or.
Our 14 passenger brown auto 'busmects all trains. A
hitch class, modern hotr 1 111 the heart of the theatre and
shopping, district. Otic block from any carline. $1 per
day an up. Kuropcan plan. ,
CORNELIUS HOTEL CO., PROPRIETORS
J. W. Blain, Pres.
Fielder Jones, Vice-Pres.
Hotel Oregon
Portland, Oregon.
Wright & Dickinson Hotel Co..
Props. ,
Both hotels centrally located, niodern in every respect and con
ducted on the European plan.
R5
THE PORTLAND
THE most cential Icw'atton
in the city. All outside
rooms; cool, wldu ver
anda, overlooking spacious
court where concerts ara
rendered every evening.
Dining room and Brill famed
for superior ervlce. Motors
meet all trains ajid steam
ers. KiiiVtien J1.S0 upwards
e. J. XAtrrHAVK, Manager
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IWWBf m via
SlMMEK RESORTS
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HOTEL MOORE
OPIITED tOKJl 1 WITH COMPLXTB BiTMMESa CREW
Ii:any imw and muilern Improvements. Klectrl.- lighted Rooms r.-lth or
without bath. Hot salt baths and sui f hrtlhing; pier for fishlrg Strain heat
snd running water riea foods a spoclalty.
Trie dining-room and kitchen will be in charge of John Leh
ner, who is well known through his connection with
the Arlington Club for the past six years.
CLATSOP BEACH. Snaside. Or. SAH J. MOORE, Prop.
THE SHELBURNE
WORTH BEACH
. Completely remodeled. Modern Improvements. Including bath Knlarjred
capacity, beautiful dining room. Now one of the largest hotel's on North
Reach. Shady porches and playgrounds tor children. Croquet lawn Rooms
large, airy and sunny. We raise our own poultry. Resonabla rates aria special
rates by the week for families Make reservations by mail or wire. .
ADDSESS. SEA. view, WASK.i f, J. HOAEB. PEOP. '
THE WHITE HOUSE
X.OK0 BEACH, WASHINGTON
A fivorite hotel with Long Beach vis
itors. Large 'comfortable, rooms. First
class restaurant, with home cookin.f.
(;iae blocH aouth -QJLJ't&UoP. .
xa'a. r. whituhoitse. prop.
READ THE SUN DA Y JOURNA L
LAiUlEST, BEST gUVDAX PATKJi IS TUB OREGON COUNTRY
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VT F Wf.Q BE FO HC
TUSH I TUSH J KV DEAR
MVRT4.E . I AM DEE PIN
ft LABYRINTH RAT
OF REASON ANP
i METAPHYSICS- THFTRfV
WAIT TILL TOMORROW
farmer reports a field of 140 acres of
fall wheftt that yielded 2 1 V bushels
to the acre. Another reports S3 bush
OREGON HOTELS
In else, appointments, service
and fireproof quality of the
building the leading hotel In
Portland, the Multnomah, offers
to the discriminating traveler
every comfort and convenience
found only In the best hoteU of
the east. Nine stories of steel
and concrete, with "26 rooms
and suites psIatlsUy furnished,
.with, rate -frem- $1.6 to $5- per
day, Kurqpean plan. Motor
'busses meet all ' trains and
steamers.
X. C. BOWSSS, Manager.
M. BEOWIfELL, Asst. Mgr.
J.
A. Crotse, Mgr.
Hotel Seattle
Seattle, Wash.
Wright & Dickinson Hotel Co,
Prop
J KastPopuIy
motet
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SUMMER FFSORTS
Oceant.il!
Motel
KDWPOXT, OXEOOX
An exclusive, quiet family
hotel, eleetiie lighted, amplo
olaygrounds for children; ac
cessible beach, no grade to
climh; sheltered from ,iU
winds. R o o ni s rstmvatefl,
clean, pleasant and comfort
s' I", good hods, good cui
sine. Bus meats boats. First
class patronage only.
test
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OVERLOOKING
THE OCEAN
Chamberlain Cottage
Good view from the house
,t-uuaa iu irib. uuuan
BEST OF HOME COOKINO
Rates Restsonahte ' "' "
LONG pEAQH, WASH.
TO MORROW
els of barley to the acre off 35 acre
and still another says he cut and baled
100 tons of wheat hay off 2 acreK .
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RESORTS
OREGON HOTELS
tw,
HOTEL
UMPUV;
PERKINS
WITH BATH
PORILANO.ORt:
fMMhwrorintcnt
WITHOUT BATHS I t2U,
SUMMER RESORTS
WILHOIT SPRINGS ;
Bote! Now Opea, Europeaa Flaa. ' !
Iirrn CTAW l eaves E I e c t r 1 c WoteV
AUIU OlflUL Oregon City, dally 2 p. ta. .
Tor Information phone East 3138 or -
B-3633.
NORTH BEACH INN .
Hewten, Wash.
Most delightful and convenient looi
Hon on Washington Reach. Large, shady .
grounds extending directly to the ocean. '
Accommodations for surf bathing. Con- 1
venlcnt. to hot salt baths end postof
fice. Excellent table and service. ,
Address Mia. V. K. Dewey, Kft.
long Beach, Wash. "Ji
THE HARVEST HOME
Hats.
JOS. H'KEAIT, PKOP.
SATE Si
51.50 per iay, $0.00 per ,ee.
Beds, 80 and 73 cents, meals Meenta,
Children nnder 10 years at hall sates.
LONG BEACH, WASHINGTON
HOTEL SUNSET
BEACH cejtteb S TAXI Off. I
Ideal spot, modern famliy hotel, coun
try and seashore combined : ocean in
full view; large yard for .children, cro
quet ground, best cuisine and table st.
vice, fishing, surf bathing, electrto
lights, p. O. lonr Beack, Wash.
MBS. DEDMAK. Prop - - - -
New Locksley -Hall
Under new management. Close, to tha --'" t
board wal"u and overlooking tha beach. ' '
Beautiful view. Modern improvements t
and up-to-date. Hates reasonable. . i
pal fates y the week. Clatsop Beach,
Seasido, Or. Jama Mallett. prop. I
Sea Croft Annex
SEAY1BW. WASH.
Splendid location facing the ocean.
Electric lights among the trees. Th
best of rueitla acjived at 8ea Croft
dining root." -A -number " of house
keeping apartments in the Annex.
MRS. W. K. HUTCHINSON, Mgr.
COLONIAL HOTEL
W. X. Conn iff, Propr.
Rates reasonable. Special rates by
the week. One block from beach. Eleo
trie lighted throughout. Free bus. Good
ftshiiifc, boating and bathing. fc-addi
horses"
Vp-to-date Grill Open at AU Honra.
SEASIDE, OX'
The Hackney Cottage
Enlargtd dining room capacity sal
electrified aonse. Beautiful surround
lngs and most pleasant spot on HortH
Beaoh. Home oomforts. Special rates
by the week. Kaka reservation hy mail
or wire. Aarsse. Beaview, Wash. r
Seaside Hotel
HOX.XA.DAY STATXOSf
One of the best sumnier resorts on
the co.it lose to the ocean and sur-.
rounded ii a beautiful natural pari.
Good fishing in near-by streams. Bus
meets all trains at Seaside. American
plan.
BelknapHotSprings
The finest camping (lice on earth. Fin
est of trout fishing: goo deer hunting.'
For Information address
H. 3. SX.OA
Belknap Hot Springs, Or.
The Avalon
' Mrs. Richard Gooley', manager.
Beach Center station.
Centrally located, dose to beach, rates
reasonable, special ratur to fa rallies, en
larged uinlhg room, firsi-class accom
niodations und tents. AddSS, Lcmf
Beach Wash., Box SS ; ' .- '
Rhododendron
M Tavern
Npw open. Spend SaturSajr and Sun(
iday at the ,bea'Jtiftil Mt. Hood '
' ,; . resort. ' Fine fishing.-'..'..,:.
Kates faf.00 day f 13.00 i we'.'i
' .tlntJer new management
i f.. . : . frsnch cbcf ' x '
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