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THE tOREGON: DAILVTQURNAL. aPORTEAND, WEDNESDAY.
RESULTS OF PRIMARY
Returns From Slate Still In
complete and Definite Fig
ures Are Not Possible,
COREY OF BAKER CHOSEN
Indication Ars That He Is Republican
Bonsinee for PubUd Carrie Com-
,'- mlaaioner In Eastern District.
The returns from Friday's primary
election are still incomplete and def
inite figures can not be announced
probably until after the vote ban been
The missing figures, however, will
' ot change the results already an
nounced, tint will only add to the size
of the vote.
Incomplete returns from all counties
except Columbia and Polk give the fol
lowing on delegates at large, to the
Republican national convention: Cam
eron 44,325: Fulton "43,879, Carey 39,
i.30, Boyd 38,736, Spencer 30,950, Haw
Mn J0.901. Ackerson 22,485. Buland
lfi.608. Case 19,325, Peterson 18.583.
Worsley 1 7.254, Warren 12,375. Four
are to bb chosen.
Democratic Betnrns Very Meager.
s For delegates at large to the Demo
cratic national convention the returns
are-very meaner. No report has been
made from Columbia, Crook, Curry,
Urant, Harney, Oackson, Lincoln, Mal
heur. Polk, Washington, Wheeler and
Yamhill. The incomplete figure from
the remain! count e Kive the follow- j
iitg vole: Bennett 11,739, Crawford;
ii.uo, uomstcr lo.hus, ArmuaRe sft. ! afternoon for the presentation tomor
Murgan 9H53, Morrow U07S, O'Reilly row jg,t ancl Saturday afternoon of
fcllK, Totnllnxoii 530. the f-oniic grand opera. ""Fra Diavolo,''
.. Kor electorH on the Repub! Iran ticket liy the Portland Grand Opera asocla
incomplete returns have been received tlon at the Baker theatre. In connec
lioin all the counties except Columbia.) tj0n wjth the opera production vUll be
-l urry. Unuulax. Harney. Polk and Lima-
till. Thene Hhow the vote to be dl- j
vided among the seven candidates as j
follows; Butler 62,986, Cotteli 67.875, ,
worth; b,:tu, wiisou bi.313, Keady
45.926, MacMahon 42,212, Ivanhoe 3i
002. Five are to be elected.
Lawyer Wins Praise,
But Loses Her Case
Hiss Xisara E. Cavers Handles Ber
Client's Interests Ably But Falls to
Convince Jndge Els Contention Sight.
A woman lawyer trylnp a rase In
terested spectators In District Judge
Bell's court yesterday afternoon. She I
was Miss Laura K. Cavers and by her '
method of handling the case won the
praise f Jurtp- Bell, even if lie did
have to decide against her.
The suojeci oi controversy was a
fat hog- which had been butchered by
V. J. Head for sale In the public
market. The hog was too large for
sale to the trade to which he caters,
s he undertook to sell It to the
Carstens Packing company.
He contended that a deal was made
"at 8 jrents a pound. The buyer for
the parking company said he rejected
I the animal because the meat was
Mlns Cavers represented the plain
tiff and sought, to collect $23 04. Judge
Bell lield that she failed to prove that
the sale had been consummated.
Meeting to Be Held at Armory Sun
day; Chaplain Gilbert Will Speak on
America's Mission and Measures.
The annual military memorial ser
vices will be held In the Armory Sun
day at S p. m. This union memorial
nervire of the military organizat
lof the city lias become a proml
annual armory event. I
Chaplain Cllbert of the Third tn-t
fantry has chosen as the subject for
the address "America's Mission anil
IVIeasture. The occasion this year
promlHes to even surpass those of
former years, as this memorial service
has become one of the most popular
lof the memorial season.
The organizations cooperating are
as roiiows: intra infantry, o. N. u. :
Battery, A. field artillery. O. N. .;
Troop A. cavalry, O. N. ?.; ambu
lance company, O. N. G.: Eighth com
pany, coast artillery; Oregon Naval
I militia; Scout Young camp. N. S. W.
I V., Indian war veterans, seven Grand
lArmy posts, ladles' Relief corps. Spe-
Lcial music has been provided by the
iThird Infantry band assisted by Mrs.
IDelphine Marx, soloist.
The public is invited.
Booklet Issued by
"Portland and the Columbia River"
Its the title of a new booklet just pub
lished by the Northern Pacific rail
way,! comprising some 20 full page il-
llustratlonH. The booklet Is one of the
I finest railroad publications ever gotten-
lout hero, with fine half tones
nhowlng Mount Hood, the Columbia
Iriver highway, Rose Festival scenes
I and ! gems of mountain scenery. The
edition is very large, intended for gen
eral jdlstrlbutlon throughout the coun
try to stimulate tourist travel. Three
lother booklets of similar design, de-
I scribe respectfully the Spokane coun-
Itry, I the Puget sound country and
Streetcar Hits Auto;
Man and Wife Killed
Ontario, Ca'. May 24. (P. N. S.)
Mr. '-and Mrs. George I. Marsh of
erkeley were almost Instantly killed
herei today when their automobile was
struck by an electric car. Th ma-
hine was demolilshed.
'Witnesses say Marsh attempted to
rive across the tracks without heed-
ng ia warning bell. Thomas Sawyer,
notorman on the electric car, collapsed
lafter the accident and is under the
arei of a physician.
I BOX OFFICE XOW OPEH.
Get Vour seats for the oners. "Fra
Miavolo." Great performance bv Port-
Pand Opera association. Baker theatre
frhursday night. May 26. Saturday
fnatlnee. May 27. popular prices.
BALLET WILL BE
FINAL REHEARSAL IS WILLIAMS IS ELECTED
BEING HELD TODAY f GRAND PATRIARCH BY
FOR GIVING OPERA I.OlFiTMURG
"Fra Diavolo" Will Be Pro
duced at the Baker Theatre & : fts
Tomorrow Sight. &iislt Mvj&n Selection of Officers,
Fin;il rphparsnl is hfine lield this ( N- i000 I
a Bpeciai feature that, promises to
proVe a strong attraction,
-"indications are that a big house will
Rreet the local fdngers on the occasion
of their first' performance Thursday
evening. The principals are In excel
lent voice and the chorus in the best
of spirits and full of "pep."
(ireat interest has been created over
tlie coming production of the opera,
which has not been seen In this city
for more than seven .ears.
Mrs. Ora-Hess Seaberger, who will
sing the role of Pamela, Is a new
Portland vocalist, and much Interest
lias been aroused in iter work.
Swimmer 111 in
Hospital in France
Stanley H. Warn, Brother of Ziocal
Man, Recovering From Wounds Sus
tained in European War.
Stanley H. Warn, champion 100
yarda swimmer of British Columbia
and brother of H. G. Warn, an em
ploye of the Oregon hotel, Portland,
is in a hospital in northern France
well on the road to recovery after
being given up as dead. He was a
member of the Canadian expeditionary
force. The Vancouver Province of
May 22 contains a news article con
cerning him from which the following
"Stanley II. Warn, member of the
Vancouver Swimming club and mem
ber, of a Vancouver battalion which
was in the St. Klol fighting, is in a
hospital somewhere in France very ill,
wounded, but making progress to
wards recovery after being given tip
for dead and then discovered huddled
in a shell hole In an unconscious con
dition with two wounds, and after a
lapse of eight days.
That he was pulled through after
such an awful experience is a testi
mony to his splendid constitution.
SslDoolin to Discuss
Speaker Announced for Meeting of
Progressive Bnslneas Men's Club To
morrow at Noon; Athletic Contests.
Thomas Poolin, who knows what
is happening in Ireland, and the causeK.
is announced as the speaker before,
the Progressive Business Men's club
In the Oregon hotel tomorrow noon.
Wilfrid P. Jones, vice president of
the Northwestern National bank, will
serve as chairman of the day and Dr.
Stuart McGuire will sing.
The club announces that its annual
outing will be held Tuesday, May 30, at
the nursery of Howard Kvarts Weed
near Beaverton. Some 20.000 peonies
are expected to be in bloom by that;
time. Father George S"choener, the
Oregon plant wizard, is to give prac
tical demonstrations of plant polleni
zation. There will be athletic con
tests between club members.
Pupils Are Given
Forty-two pupils of the Capitol Hi'l
school enjoyed an educational picnic
excursion to Oregon City Saturday,
going up the river on the steamer Po
mona and returning by car. The steam
er was boarded at the Sell wood ferry
landing, a special permit for the stop
being secured from the county com
missioners. Most interesting of the
trip was the passage through the
locks and an Inspection of the Oregon
City mills. Lunch was eaten at Ca
nemah Park. In charge of the young
sters were Mrs. Emma Brandford,
principal, and the Misses Louise Ing
ram and Elie Grashorn.
Style, in two heights
CLUETT, rEABODY firCtt INCMflKCXS
SPECIAL FEATURE OF BRIEF
Members of ballet: Left to right
Mrs. Frederick 8. Outler, Miss
Edythe McElhinny, Mrs. Rives
Emerson, Mrs. Ray Hunt, Mrs.
J. 8. W inters, Miss BiUie Bab
dige. Miss Olive Stevens, Miss
Gertrude Watson, Mrs. Ed Law,
Mrs. Carlyle Travis, Miss Maria
Center Miss Benlah Rhodes, Miss
Bottom Mrs. Ora-Bess Seaberger,
who will sing role of Pamela,
Fish Boat Supposed
Wrecked Not Found
Big Cnlef, Only One Misstnr. Comes
Into Sunset Bay Towing Coast Guard
Boat Sent After Xer.
Marshfield, Or., May 24. Fears that
the fishing boat Big Chief had been
wiecked were relieved when last night
she came into Sunset bay towing the
power coast guard boat which had
gone in a search of a boat supposed
to be turned over. The cylinder in
the life boat burst.
This forenoon Anton Sacchl, who
has a ranch on the beach between
Coos bay and Bandon, reported seeing
an overturned boat. All local fishing
boats but the Big Chief were ac
counted for and it was feared that It
was the one lost.
The roast guards could not find
signs of the supposed wrecked boat.
Many Picnics Are
Planned at Ashland
New Fifteen Acre XJthla Park Will
Be Scene of Numerous Midsummer
Festivals by Organisations.
Ashland. Or., May 24. Under the di
rection of II. O. Frohbach, who rep
resented Jackson county at the San
Francisco exposition, a series of great
events are being arranged for the sum
mer at Ashland's new 15 acre Lithla
The Tarent-Teachers' associations
of the valley will gather at a big pic
nic on June 14th and flag day ser
vices will be held. The Kpiscopal
church has celected June 20th as the
date for a gathering. The Scandina
vians of southern Oregon will hold a
great mid-summer feast.
The premier attraction of the sum
mer is the great Springs dedication
celebration on July 4, 5 and 6. The
Southern Oregon Chautauqua session
w4ll convene July 8 to 20th.
Land of Gold, Romance U
and ODoortunitv. clitteriruT D
under the Midnight Sun.
Take the 1,000 mile, inland
protected trip this summer
on the luxurious
past jreen walled islands la
ciers that sparkle in the san
snow crowned mountains, for
ests and fjords and sea this
Norways in One
For full particulars as to sailings
call, phone or writs for Tow No. 8-1
J. T. MTTRFHT.G. A.P.D.
rndi Facte Ban wy Cwapny
LOCAL OPERA SEASON
Annual Encampment Opened
Tuesday Morning With the
Roseburg, Or.. May 24. The annual
grand encampment of the Odd Fellows
opened In the Elks hall Tuesday fore
noon. Committees were appointed for
the ensuing year, and in the afternoon
the following grand officers were elect
ed: Earl A. Williams, grand patriarch;
Sol S. Walker, grand high priest: A.
H. Knight of Canby. grand senior
warden; E. E. Sharon, grand scribe;
w. W. Francis of Albany, grand treas
urer; O. A. Hantz of Baker, grand ju
nlor warden; Robert Andrews, grand
representative; R. F. Kirkpatrick
grand marshal; S. A. Brodhead of Til
lamook, grand sentinel; Gilbert Brown
of Lakeview, grand outer sentinel.
At the afternoon's session ad
dresses were heard from George Kel
logg, past grand master of the state
of Minnesota; A. B. Schamp. past
grand patriarch, of Minnesota, and by
J. T. Apperson, the oldest living past
grand master of Oregon. The Rebekah
asembly appointed committees Tues
Withycombe to Give
Olcott His Support
Governor Assures Secretary of State
That Oregon's Chief Executive Al
ways Stands by His Party's Hominee
Salem, Or., May 24. Goven-or
Withycombe and Secretary of State
Olcott met Tuesday afternoon for the
first time since the primary election
of Friday and the governor assured the
secretary of his hearty support in the
"I fought you and fought you hard."
the governor said, in substance. "Now
it's over and I will support you In No
vember. I always stand by the party
Pi W P..'
CALLED TO PROVIDE
Is First Session of This Body
Since Meeting of the Leg
islature in 1915,
$12,500 WILL BE ASKED
Appropriation W1U Be XJsed for
pairing Damage to the Pen
itentiary by Xeoent Fire.
Salem. Or.. May 24. Secretary of
State Olcott Tuesday afternoon issued
a call for a meeting or tne state
emergency board Friday to take up
the matter of making provision for
the creatine of a deficiency for the
repair of the prison building, damaged
by fire last week. This will be the
first meeting of the emergency noara
since the 1915 session of the legis
The emergency board's members are
Speaker Selling of the house of rep
resentatives, President Thompson of
the senate. Representative Cobb, chair
man of the ways and means commit
tee of the house; Senator Day. chair
man of the ways and means commit
tee of the senate, and the members of
the board of control, Governor Withy
combe, Secretary of State Olcott and
State Treasurer Kay.
Plans so far discussed are to repair
the damaged building rather than to
build a new one. The cost of repair
ing the building is estimated at $12,
500 and the emergency board will be
asked to provide for the expenditure
of that amount.
The session of the emergency board
Is made necessary because there is no
appropriation available for making the
repairs and the law forbids the board
of control from creating a deficiency.
Portlander Fined $100.
Salem. Or.. May 24. The case of
the State of Oregon against J. C.
Jacobson of Portland, involving the va
lidity of the act regulating the sale
and use of imported eggs was argued
In the supreme court Tuesday after
noon. Jacobson failed to post a sign,
"Imported Eggs Used Here," in his
place of business and sola a cake con
taining eggs imported from China. He
was convicted and fined $100.
Progressives Want T. R.
Salem, Or.. May 24. Theodore
Roosevelt won the indorsement of
Marlon county Progressives. 11 votes
being cast for him, while Henry Ford
and Theodore Burton received one
Geary Street, ust off Union Square
European Pan $1.50 a da; up
Breakfast 60e Lunch BOo Dinner 1 1 .00
Meet Famous Mtals in the United States
New iteel and concrete structure. Center
of theater, cafe and retail districts.
On carllnes transferring all over city.
Take Municipal car line direct to door.
Motor Bus meets trains and tteameraj
Grand Central Terminal. New York
each, tha "official1 count ehows. -The uprislnr at 8aionf' French Indo-China,
vota for delegates to the national con- according to travelers who are here to
vention vu as follows: Alfred B. day after crossing the Pacific on the
Clark and Henry Waldo Coe, 14 each, steamer WUhelmina. The accounts of
and L. S. Beveridge 13. For electors the alleged trouble are vague. One
the vote was as follows: Emmett P. version has It that 50 rebels were slain
Callahan. Tom P. Campbell. Malcolm but that the ringleaders escaped.
H. Clark. F. II. Lewis and Arthur S. j . .
Mattson, IS each. Hiram Johnson re- - xf , K
celved 11 votes for vice president to , Ueatn oi Mr iutn iesw.
one cast for Albert Beveridge. Secre- Mrs. Ruth Ellen Lester, who died May
tary of State Olcott received six votes
Articles of . Incorporation.
Salem. Or., May 24. Articles 6f in
corporation were filed with Corpor
ation Commissioner Schulderman Tues
day as follows: Pendleton Theatre
company, $20,000, Pendleton; Crown
Point Land company. $5000. Portland.
iThe Schrorz & Grenllck Meat company
Natives Revolt in
Beports In Honolulu and Manila Are
That Two Officers aad Pew Sol
diers Killed; Accounts Vague.
San Francisco, Cal., May 24. (U. P )
Reports in. Honolulu and Manila say
that a French officer, a native officer
and a few soldiers were killed in an
POSTLAKO'B XfcAXGXST AXS
Today and AU Week.
"The Bell of JTew York"
A Superfeaturo of Heart Throbs and
tsb Bxrmnmrs om
In Chapter a of "Gloria's Bomance"
Special Motion Pictures of May
Festival on Multnomah Field,
i May 17th.
for the y
the New Show
y STRAND V.
i 1 1 fi M (tmi i
Leave Chicage - -
Arrive Niafara Faus ' J
Arrive Baifale . -J
ArrrrsAftasf - !)
Arrive New Terk
5 JO a.
Stop-over permitted at Niagara
Falls on through tickets -
109 Third Street
W. C. SEACHREST
General Agent, Passenger Dept.
20 at 1630 H East Thirteenth atreet.
was past noble grand of City View
Rebekah lodge. No. 178, I. O. O. F. Mrs.
Lester was born In Indiana. She was
49 years of age, and Is survived by a
pr "WW . t Information rerydio aeeorti,
Resorts and Hotels firvi
PhoDM Main 717. A-eOOl.
For Reservations and
For Reservations and
T.B.POTTER REALTY CO. SSSU!SSS&
Hare ii one of tho favorite acoaat raaorti
with its Uivav .nH riAiifiAU AAinmuii nf Hi,
beat intareaU of th City. The town baa a perfect aleotrio light ayatem. ia auppltad tth
pur mountain water coming from ita aouroa at an elevation far abova tba ooaaa. It aaa It
mflaa of wall pared atraeta, and SO mora under eonatruetion. It haa aplendid hotcla and
apartment houaea. aad taare are many cosy cottarea for rent looatad in tha rrovaa. which ara
a pari 01 owrif wwmrj oivca in m 0117. ana xiaoamcuin 11.01 ui,iudi mi - --
affords fine frath water boatina- aad fiahlns. Bavoral mountain atreama oontalnlnr treut
Snpty into tha Neoanioum. ana thara ia aplandid aalmon and baaa fiahing in tha adjacent
lakaa, Culliby and Weat Lake. Fifty aauara milea of native foraat, well markad by traila
nH An t A hiffhwava. anrrounil th Minrt affarltin rharmtnr wondland walka and romantic
journey a in all direct loot. Baa lion and aaal ahootin( ia a favorite pastime at Tillamook Head,
near Ue olty, and there ta alao exoellent aea riaBina; there aiao. mere la a ugninonae w wis
point. Salmon berries and bine and red huckleberries grow wild In great profusion ia all
directions, where treea have been cat for lumter. Wild animals are indigenous to tba cn
tignoue mountains, but not of the species inimical to human safety. Tba black bears saver
show fight. Tillamook Head, 11M feat high, can ba reached by foot, and it affords a
delightful view of tha ocean. Railroad time from Portland ia S hours and 80 minutes, and
six months' round trip tickets are sold at M. week end at fS. There are three ohorones
in the city, a modern school and a new high school ta under contract. A natatorium. eupplled
with hot sea water, affords superior bathing facilities. There are many other bathing pUoea
alao. An old Indian trail leada away to Hehalem and Tillamook Bays, and may ba negotiated
on foot. Garages aad wall stocked, a tores are plentiful. .r
WRITE the FOLLOWING CITIZENS for INFORMATION:
San I. Koore. Ratal Uoere: Hotel Hears: Misa Emily Bamann. Mecanicum Inns F. Si
Iiindaley, Colonial Hotel; Lewis A Co., druggists, next door to Fostoffice; Alex Gilbert, real
estate; Godfrey Bros., hardware and sporting goods; R. J. Moss dentist; J. E. Oatea,
nranrieter natatorium : Williams Bros., rare are: A. R. Waacher Co.. ceneral merchandise ;
Seines A "Wheatley, general merchants; W. L,
xlnthier. bate- 6. E. Ifettar. White Lunch
market; George H. Smith, garage: Bruno
cafe and cigars; Seaside Light ft Power Co.,
The Colonial Hotel
One block from eeeam. Xleetrla lighted and
electrie eto-ve for light housekeeping. Free
bug to aad from all tialng.
T. D. LnTDBLZY, Prop,
Sea Crest Cottages
BIGHT AT THZ BEACH Completely fur
nished t, S and 4 room cottages, overlooking
the ocean. Unexcelled view, wall lighted
grounds, good sidewalks, close to stores, nata
torium and bathing beaoh. Comfortable and
clean oottagea with light aad water ia each.
Write for rates, reservations or furthea in
formation. Chris Arms, Newport, Or.
Overlooking tba Ooeaa 160 feet above tba
sea 80 foet from the water. Hot end oold
water and other modern conveniences. Free
bug to and from steamer. Open all year. Only
all around first clasa house at the beach.
Fifty elean, airy, furniihed oottagea and tants
at very moderate rental. Located in grove, tn
view of ocean, three blocks from beech. Side
walks, electrio lights and city water. Address
A. J. VAX WASSEKHOVE, Bex 6.
Attention Automobile Owner
When making the Columbia River Highway
trip, do not fail to visit The Dallea. While
hero secure your gasoline, oil, service and
Fair and oonrteona treatment, expert electrical
and machine work,
WALTHER-WILLIAMg CO.. The Dalles. Or.
"On tha Columbia River Highway." Whan
you take your friends to aee the wonderful Co
lumbia River Highway arrange to atop at tha
Hotel Oregon. While here do not fail ta show
them the beautiful Hood River valley. Special
attention given to tourist and auto parties.
HENRY BERR. Prop. TED SERR. Mgr.
Next Trip East
The Oriental Limited
The Great Northern Railway
Through Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars to Spokane,
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Chicago.
72 Honrs Portland to Chicago 72
Making Close Connection for All Points East and South.
DINING CAR SERVICE A SPECIAL FEATURE
COMPARTMENT OBSERVATION CARS
SUMMER EXCURSION FARES IN EFFECT
Tickets and Sleeping Car Reservations at City Ticket Office, i'
348 Washington Street.
Plan to Visit the Portland Rose Festival, June 7-8-9
on and two daughters. The -funeral
services will be conducted by -the Re
bekah lodge, and Interment will fee In
Rlvervlew cemetery. 'i 1
' Chesebrough No Better. "V
San Francisco, May 24. (P. N. 8.) - ,
The condition of Henry C. Chesebrough,
president of the Tacoma Milir company,
who was stricken with apoplexy Monj
day In his offices here, Is reported. to- j
day as unchanged. Cheescbrough 1 In I
having been uncon-
sclous since the attack
Oregon's finest beach resort. vel
streets, mountain water, sewers, batn.
iac, fishing, dancing. Most scenic rail,
road trip la Oregon. ;,.y ;
Separate small resldenoes. completely
furnished, eleotrio Urbts. water, fnei.
laundry; janitor service free. Two aeds.
Bates 110.00 per week, $18.00 two weeks.
$30.00 four weeks All you need take is
BAYOftsAX AWXBX Splendid Vlewjcf
ocean and ay. Mear natatorinm. Ba
oeuent table. Bates $a.S0 per day aad up.
BATSZSB IKH-Pine table, 40 rnesta,
sea foods, use of baths. Bates $2.60 day.
Printed Matter, Address - -
of th Wait. Beaiide ii an incorporated city,
viiluw&ki ruitlmin. alwava atari to t ba
Kenny, men's furnishings, shoes, children'
Cafe. 43S Broadway: R. A. Prioa, moat
Kernel, baker; Seaside Drug Co.. B. J. Cullahan,
or George Irwin.
or MX. XOOD BAIXBOAD 00.
ONE RIDE CALLS FOR TWO. RAIL AUTO
AT HOOD RIVER connects with Train II.
leaving Portland at 10 a. m. Lunch at Hoed
River. Rail Auto leaves for Parkdale, Boar
foot of Mt. Hood, 13:46. Returning, connect
with Train IT, reaching Portland 7 p, at, -Wonderful
one-day trip. Through ticket ea
aale O-W. R. A N. Portland City Ticket office.
Auto at Hood River connects with train 11.
AT THE FOOT OF XT. ADAMS The big
speckled beauties are waiting to matoh their
wits against yours. Easy walking distance ef
tba famous lava and ice rates. Haadqiurtera
for mountain climbers for the aaoent of at,
Adame- High elate amueement hall aear aetsL.
Hotel rates IB a week. Address
OUIER HOTEL. Ouler. Wain.
THE DALLES. OR. A MODERN HOTEL,
European plan. Cafe flrat claas. 14 mile frees
Portland, on the Columbia River Highway.
Alao on the rail and boat llnea, many soeaea
to see. rlan your atay for a day or so. aa
orrationsmade. JUDD g. FISH. Mgi
"ON THE BLUFFS OT THR COLUMBIA.
A4 ideal place for your summer's rest! I'i
1 1 ii . 1 . . 1
1 1 u u 1 vj ru iiuin rviuuia. in u UHnweu
magnificent scenery. Excellent table, Sean
for illuatrated booklet.
C. W. 1. RECXER. White Salmon. Weak.
IS THE ACKNOWLEDGED MEDIUM 0 '' )
Summer Resort Advertising
Marshall 3071 '
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