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. grmhAV- MORNING. JULY "31, 1321 .
THE OREGON ST ATiSSM AN. SALEM. OREGON
w.m losti to the pope.
1-. that i the Vaticatt ha.1
..KMin thin SUt clerical mam-
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Kaku TellslTokio Interviewer
i That parting Is Not i
: - ' 'Belligerent
Finds Many Americans
;;; Anticipate War
TOKIO, Jjulr "It i regret
table that the real character snd
policy of the new American presi
dent should te rniatinaeratood tr
the official tvnnonnceirein., vs
election li no puonsneu.
Taklns yonf piano lesson, rw
you. dear?" saitt the farmer wue
to her daughtei. J ' j
: -Yea. motheh'l At -
"Where la Ant father?" , .
"In the cyclohej cellar, mother: ,
Yon kera, Statesman. 11 ' '-
some of the Japanese people.' ment limitation produced a favor-
aald Mich a Kaku. secretary ot
the Japanese embassy in Washing
ton who has Just returned on a
furlough, when interviewed by
the Aaaht representative. Mr. Ka
"The president has often had
occasion to express bis conviction
that an Anglo-American-Japanese
entente should be made the basis
of world peace. There is every
reason to believe that the Ameri
can president and his staff are all
in favor of the maintenance ot
friendly relations between Ameri
ca and Japan.
War Xot Desired
"Mr. OzaM'a policy of anna-
OO VJE GO
Wilxonla Station, Pacific Highway
has Just been opened to guests,
who are invited to stop over en
: route and partake of a delicious
chicken dinner at two dollars per
plate. Princess We-all-adore-her
would prefer to hate you make
reservations in advance if pos
sible. Phone Main 9511, Portland.
ab1 impression on American
minds In general although the
plan was defeated in the Japanese
"On my way back. I was often
asked by American friends when
the American-Japanese war waf
going to break out, and some
American women I met in the
country districts assured me that
they were determined to offer
their services as hospital nurses
upon the outbreak of American
"I was rather surprised that so
many Americans should antici
pate an American-Japanese armed
conflict. My impression is that
the Americana are prepared to
fight if challenged, but otherwise
tbey will be tbe last to take up
arms againtt the Japanese. The
diplomatic relations of the two
countries are not, therefore, by
any means so seriously strained
or going- to be strained as to Jus
tify any anticipation of an American-Japanese
war. If the situa
tion appears to be anything but
quitd smooth, that Is only be
cause of the propoganda of some
Chinese and Bolsheviks."
Reports Do Injury
In the Osaga Mainichi Mr. Ka
ku Is quoted as saying that what
had struck home particularly dup
service fn the
the deen im-
ing his three years
i-nJfoH states was
nression which Japan's militarism
had made on American minds.
The general impression among
Americans is that the military
party is predominant in Japan
and that the Japanese government
m -r ta Influence. This bears
witness to the extensive injury
voice the ex.stence of the mili
tary party in Japan is doing to
the country'E cause.
But Mr. Kaku emphasized
that Mr. Ozaki's disarmament
speeches had produced a greater
echo than expected and that Am
ericans generally interpreted the
speeches to indicate a decline in
the influence of the Japanese mil
He was convinced also that as
a result of the friendly attitude of
the new American government,
the "anti-Japanese" situation In
the United t Sates had improved
B CITY TO
Belleau Will Be Rebuilt By
Americans As Monument
"Oh. Bob. you've let In a lot of
"I'll get after them, dear."
"You'll never kill them all."
"Well, I'll kill these three, any
way they're females."
"How do you know?"
"Theymade a dash for the mir
ror the first thing." Boston
Newport Iby the Sea .
SOCIETY HEADS MOVE
White Crosses Mark Resting
Places of Lads From
Nearly Every State
Patronize These Live Newport and Nye Beach Business Establishments
The Coffee Cup Restaurant
j , pay sad Kicks 8rviM
Ios Cma ' ' Confectionery
.. . Cigars Tebaeoe .
1 We fBsciallM ea Sea roods
' Mrs. L. A. CEZPKAJf, Vfnrr
jnwroaT o broom
OT! REACHING NEWPORT
Watch fa ' the Red Aate Traek-
Call by phsas
H. H. UTDZXaO
rlnc far buwf pr"P eliry t
rntbi prics. rwHim wri.
! MIDGET CAFE
This aciTMt f I1 atlas pln-W .in
Urwpoii sffcrt I Too quick iMrvies - snd
oo4 ( a antlity aot asenliod anrwhars.
SEA CREST COTTAGES
Trnntin tha Bra
Tw. tar - sad ioor-roem f urnUktd
Itasca. . jl'rae bua from koat. : . i
1 Vtvport, Oragoa 1 . t
D. & A- CAFE
. PJhort Ordara; Lnncha
Be Food a, Speeialtr "
HOME COOKINQ Al COFFEE
; r Mr. A. E. VJVSZLL
Baach Sttaet Vaar Hatatorlnm
HTB BEACH HEWPOET
' Faralabal apartmaata aad rt
taea naar ix-eaa adfa. Beat '
placa tor children. , '
- J. H. H. AJTOEKSOW '
Box S78 Hya Base Kawport, Ora.
THE LOG CABIN
Tea Room Confertionsry, tobacco, bowl
ins alley: special htnrhea. picnio
lionehea; Dinner 6 to 7
. Afnei Hoack
CHERRY CITY COTTAGES
Wood. Mr and Water Free
nraiahed and atm-trie lights,
two block a from beach and atorea. For
rates and reservation! address
: GEO. O. SMITH
; ROYAL THEATRE
Front street Newport
1 Only klgb priced plctnraa
'. - ., Bhown , : "
. Loading Artiata '
: - "RUDDIMA'N BROS.
Asatea eat and mounted
f IT Apfltura a aneelaltT
raUtorlom Bldg. Iyo Baach
ELECTRIC WORK ;
If row Ul Tu aottago fitted
elactrioally I will attend to tbo work
promptly. ; Bead eomplots inatrae
ttoaa by aaail or call la persoa at
Taqala Sleetrto Co. olfioas.
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O. JL rorrla, SlootrtcUa Vawport, Ore.
raraUaad soMacos, tnta, tight sad water
The REDFERN COTTAGES
Trad D. Coffaoau Pres.
Brook, BU, two aad a halt blocks from
; tin kaaek
lUlet Beaaosabio . Baddinf Xxtra
Newport c Oregon
White House Restaurant
Aeroas tha street from Abbey
Hotel. Open all hoars. - Oya
tera, clams and eraba a specialty.
Everything the market affords
- at '
. 0 Z. YAHDEKPOOIs Prp.
' HeVport, Oregoa
7-, . L MiewDorrs Leadma ineaier
Centrally located, at postoffice corner
Benrltg Taramoant United Artists First , National
j " - In abort, the Best !
' C. . E. Freeland, Mgr.
HOT SEA BATHS
DR. W, T, CnoCKEIt, Prop.
1 . ! .... ... ;
Opposite Cliff llonsw Nye Beach
Chiropractor offlcea In Building
Open Every Day i Baths 35 Cents
:i LIzht llotuekeeplno: RoomsReaaonable -
One Block Bonth of Poetoffiee
Board sad Booma bjr Day or Week
Newport i Oresoa
Harbor View Cafe
Short orders, dinner; home made pastry
.ncu wui 01 con lanatng
O. W. JACKSON, Proprietor
HEWFOET . OREGON
STRAWN'S CASH STORE
(formerly Vaa'a Market)
rROST ST. KEWPwRT. ORE
urocertes or every aeacriptioa ; ver
etablea, frails, etc; fresh clams, craba,
(ah and Taqnina Bay oyatera.
Will servo yon at the store or ah.p
f onr order promptly.
ESSE t BTRAWN
Learn to Swim
Private Ieon' t
All strokes and dives
AJTN UAYHAXA '
WASHINGTON, July 5. Bel-
leau, the little French village on
the edge of the foothills of Bel
leau wood, is to be rebuilt by Am
ericans as a memorial to the Am
erican dead in that historic battle
There were only about 5
houses in the little place and they
were destroyed in the fierce fight
ing which ranged from Chateau
Thierry along the Marne when tbe
American troops turned the tiae
of the last German drive In the
summer of 1918.
Crosses Mark Graves
hear the village, on a hillside.
white crosses mark the graves or
the heroes who fell in that battle,
and as a lasting memorial to tnem
the American committee which In
eludes many notables Is settfns
out to rebuild the place. The
name cf every American who
joins in the project will be In.
scribed in a book to be deposited
in the city hall in the new village
of Uelieau by the Belleau Wood
Memorial association of whica
Mrs. James Carroll Fraser o:
city is chairman.
President Harding. Genera;
Fershing. Secretary Weeks and
various ethers have endorsed ana
supported the movement. The
laT? Chief Justice White endorsed
it before he died.
Orrgon lrad licet In Wood.
The numbers of American sol
diers buried in the Belleau wood
cemetery, by states, follows:
Alabama, 28; Arisona. 3; Ar
kansas, 13; California, 53; Con
necticut. 59; Colorado, 18; Dela
ware. 4; District ot Columbia. 4;
Florida, 3; Georgia, 31; Idaho,
17; Illinois. 134; Indiana, 54;
lov.a, 35; Kansas. 26; Kentucky,
33: Louisiana. 21; Massachusetts,
204; Maine, 44; Maryland, 24;
Michigan. 106; Mississippi. 12 :
Missouri, 61; Montana. 27; Ne
braska, 19; New Hampshire, 48;
New Jersey, 62; New Mexico, -;
New York, 241; North Carona,
79; North Dakota, 16; Ohio. 138;
Oklahoma, 27; Oregon, 2; Penn
sylvania, 247; Rhode Island, 74;
South Carolina, 4; South Dakota,
10; Tennessee, 19; Texas, 64;
Utah, 15; Vermont, 27; Washing
ton. 27; West Virginia, 27; Wyo
ming, 6; Virginia, 18; Wisconsm,
Priest is Member of
ROMF July 25. The new Ital
ian parliament will , have some
striking characteristics. The pro
vinces annexed to Italy in conse
quence of the great war are send
ing four Germans and five Slavs
to their new capital to sit 1n the
chamber of deputies and lamon?
the Slavs there is a priest, the
Rev. VIrgilio Schelz, who has been
elected for the Gorlzla constitu
ency. No priest has sat in the cham
ber since 1870. when the temporal
Lunches and Confections
Free Camp Grounds
Log Cabin Restaurant
On Portland A Astor a Highway
MAKE VACATION TIME A PLEASURE
Claasie Ridge Houae and Camps
Nehalem, Or (via Tillamook tram) open
Jnlr 1. For reservationa- addreea J. 11.
I. H Edwards, 16$ 4ta St, at Uorrieon
Mam 7392. Service of aelf nervire
pk Pilla, Safe! aad depeadable to al
proper esoee. 0 oold at dnsf
txo aot eiperimewt wits others; oavo die
ttritn for 'Belief" aad
partlralaro it's ffee.l Addreei
Medic) IaaUtatoj Milwaekee.
a L DAVENPORT
. ORQWEE AXD-
Apple. PoUtaaa, Onioaa, S P4a
toea, Ira verities. Ta i
best tiers frewa," .
AH kinds I reduce aollrHed.
147 Front a. i Portland, Or.
PACIFIC CIH BEACH
Salem's nearest beach, by auto or Auto.Sta4te, less
than 75 miles away.
An unparalelled Beach, a Beautiful River, Spacious
Camp Grounds on green lawns 'under the spreading
pines. ;- ''.;.:';.' " j-.
Frpsh and Salt water bathing, boating and fishing,
shell fish and sea curios in great variety; and abund
ance. 1 . - i. . . -
Play grounds for children and grownups.
Hotel, Restaurant Stores, Cottagei, Tents, Boats
and the usual complement of beach accommodations
Stage leaves Club Stables at 10 a. m. daily '
Reserve your seats by phone. Phone 7
(former Nortawest champion)
NTS BEACH NATATORITTM
The Coast Confectionery
Candies, eleara. eisarettea. tobacco, ire I
ereams, soft drinka, stationery. On I
Beaca street, one half block from ocean
A. P. Trawlck
Wye Beach Xewport. Oresoa
SEASIDE - LONG BEACH - CANNON BEACH
NORTH BEACH - SEA VIEW
q THE GABLES,
CHAS. E. WAIT
8 years ia boainess at Nye Beach.'
Adjoining Nye Beach Baker
I have taken char ire of the repair de
partment of Taylors., Oeraa-a, and wall I 4
0. A HOVARD rront St. Newport
Kalarred and improved. Well fumiihed
rooma with comfort Me bed a. Home
I conked meals naarpaaaed for excellenca.
Keaunl, nomelike, larce fireplace; two
blocks from ocean. Limited number of
; tniests. Rates reasonable. For reserva
MRS. E. A. OENBMAN, Hostess.
Sea view. Was.
CUCI diidmc unTcr
I JllltUlMII1l IIUI kk
T. J. HO ARE, Proprietor
(oDf distance telephone in the house
OPEN ALL THE TEAR
lay your tick eta to Shclhnme Statioi
North Beach. Wash.
L ALL TRAIN'S STOP AT HOTEL
The LONG BEACH HOTEL
II. H. Tinker, Trop.
Best accommodation and reasonsble rates
Excellent Bsthlng Facilities
Mrs. M. Llyniff, Prop.
Pacific Coast's Leading
Geo. H. Wilcox, Prop.
Krar the. ocean. Onea all the year.
Ratea $2.00 per day and op. Special
rates by the month. Hot snd cold salt
water bath in connection with the haiiae.
LONO BEACH WASHINGTON
Mrs. M. B. Boyd
. Just off Broadway on Third
Rates $1.00 sad' op
Beach Croft Inn
Mr. and Mrs. 1. H. Jackson
THE NYE BEACH NATATORIUM
b if.i.J'.. r:.. Ki.wS":P . ": temperature, constantly renewed
:f7 rpwii ansiysia snows tins to be one of the
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pool to surf. Expert swimming- inatructor.
E. M. BAKER, Proprietor
Bathers can fo direct from
S04 12th Avenue
Phone 691 Seaside, Ore.
The big store on Front street. Just north of Fall street.
Hardware, furniture, groceries, feed, fishing supplies, paint;
oil stoves and beach supplies of all kinds.
H. J. Iverson, Prop.
See rERRT, the
; With X. U. Ferry Co. .
Indies FarolehlnK and notion stores
Ala Men s Ma
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COTTAGES FOR RENT
Wood furnished: tights amd
water attended to. Write
Lester Martin today
ABBEY HOTEL BLDG.
. Newport. Oregon
' f S hloska'east of NsUtoriaaa
rarnlshod Cottaget and TtnU -
Clean aad Cosnfo'rUht
. MIS, MTRTL8 WAT. Prop-
fiye Beach :' Newport
! ' - . .
, The Welcome Inn f
Coafacttnns, Xilght Lencnes ..
f Boa roods a Specialty' ' , -
' f' ..''.--i, -Amassmsnts y s':'-,'-H:-. V
J4R. A MRS. T. W. JONES -
HTB SACH ' NEWPORT
WizPAH COTTAGE .
Farniahed sleeping sad kousekeepiag
T rooms ;
1. . -.. t
lira. Xaaballa Ysegar. Proprtetrosa.
t "'4th A AI.Tr.it RTitrr.T'
llldoay between Newport ai4 Myo Beach
Order your States
man to follow you to
THE MOST BEAtmrVL PLACE
V IN NEWPORT. OREGON .
Hsrvsrd Plsn Rates $1 Bp
MRS.' W. M. BCBBT
Proprietresa ! ,f
Boa Food Oyster Iaf Specialty
Beat coffee In Iowa
- ,. pay aad might aerviee . . ' i.
. S doors BonU of Fall street
NEWPORT -m: OREGON
l-fWm B II B
The only first-class family
hotel overlooking the ocean. Fin
ssndy bsthing beach. Home '
cooking. Home comforts, beau
tiful ground.; modern conveni
ences. For terms sddross
MI8S EMILY DAMANN
Hotel Gilmore, Nye Beach
(formerly the Cliff House)
me water s eage oTcriooaing tbe Pacific ocean. View from
.v.' vuuuoriaoie. - Charges reasonable.
" v .1 'roe dus to and from hole
i imciiauuus wr imuitT iniormation address.
. xm. tnrop - Newpo-. Ore.
$0.50 ROUND, TRIP
Going Friday. Retnra Ifeadsy
Five trips daily
- Shepard's Auto Bus Lines
A. Jsloff, Mgr. Operating since 191
f 201 Morrison Street
Nancy University Plugs
Up Holes. Gets to Work
NANCY. France. June 23.-
Nancy ; j unlTer8tty. ; under fir
thronphont most of the war, hat
plogced the holes in its walla, en
larged Ita facilities and is open
ing Its doors to American and al
lied students. Immediately after
the armistice several hundred
American officers and men were
assigned "to the- Unirersfty for
various courses and out of this
contact with a large group of for
eign students grew tbe idea of
aereioping such work.
Nancy university is reputed for
is application of science to in
DR. MARTHA H. LOWE
Health is Better Than Wealth
At Ecola, Oregoa
' R. E. BECKER, Manager
Every Rooni Overlooking the Ocean
Cafeteria in connection serving aaeals at jail hoars
H. B. Baal, Manager
Hot and Cold Water Modernly Appointed
Long Beach Washington
EAT AT -Mrs.
"The House of Good Eats and Good
j . v ; .
Open early and late enough to accom
modate all onto-boa passengers.
Cafeteria style no .short orders Only
breakfasts. Look lor the eleetrie ' sign.
For Good Eats. Stop at
Strictly homo cooking.
Corner 7th and Broadway
If. S. Warren. Prop.
Situated on Caoon besrh, the scenic
beach of Oregon. The moat unique hotel
on Oregoa coaat. Berrice the beat. Ratea
reaeonable. Bathing fiahing, clam digg
ing. crabs, etc. Local and long-dlataace
telephone. Stage meets all trains st Sea
ARROW BUS LINE
Portland Astoria Bsssldo
Make thia trip in comfort in three hand
onto new Pullman baaaea. Special com
partaient for women and a clab smoker
for men. Lesves Portland Fletcher and
James. Sixth and Pine atrerta. 8:30 a m
and 3:00 p.m. Leaves Aatoria Weia
hard hotel. 8:30 em. and S p.m.
Fare f 3.75, including war tax.
A DARK IkEED
Aiysser... I told him he rausnf
see me any more. .
JLdythe: What did he do then?
-Switched off the llghU'Life
Salem Stages Make Connec
tion With Our Autos
Daily Passenger Scrrir.
and wax. Tvoittt.
A.l r-nrtlend 3 a.m a.m., 13 noon
and 1:30 p.m.
Ante Iv. Anuria. 7:30 am.. 9:30 in,
8:30 p m.. and 6:15 p.m.
Offica aad w.itVnr room New Uaaataa
Siith aad Everett TeL Bt. 168
d Oregon Motor 4
Transportation Co, Inc.
Htr. Gereina hoars to Attoria
Konnd trip daily texrwpt rridar) 8 am
Night boat daily .(exe't Sunday) 7:30 p.m
Direct connections made for Seaside
ana ortn ttearn by train or baa.
O.w.R. A . connections for North
Beach made by all boats st Seaside at
Astoria, r.r tn Astoria i.x rwh
Friday to Monday round trio 1 OO.
Alder Street dock Vain 1423
The Harkins Transportation
- FertUad Oregoa
Mr. and Mrs. C. t. ROSS, Proi
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Special catering to week-end parties -eosy rooma, with or
without, baths. Bring the family snd cook y Our ; own meals In,-,. .." . :
onr roomy kitchen and have a table for vour'esHoaive use in our"' v
cheery dining room overlookhig the ocean. Coa forvable, hoaaelike .
leooy ana mu.ie room. ... Kates very reasonable, i Ota Aveano,
aou ieet from peaca. ; : -
For Reservations Write or Phone 841 Seaside, Ore. ;
Wik Bockmaa '
2 00 foot from Pnelfia ocesn :
Hot aad ooU manlng water in every roos
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19 Broadway. Seaside, Ore.
THE LOVELL AUTO CO.
ASTORIA,' OREGON If yoa sre going to
the seaeoast, let os fin yon op ' with oil.
gas sna any neeaea aoceaaoriea. we em
ploy none bat akilled mechanics and we
guarantee our work. . Service care ready
day or night ' Lsdies rest room. Fire
proof garage. If yon need repairs, oil.
gaa, storage or service, we are here to
servo yon. Phono 6S3. B. W. ZXVELL,
Oea. Mgr. Astoria, Oregoa,
An Ad on This Page
will help your busi
ness and your home
KEA8XSZ. OBXOOV '
A homelikf hotel. Meala aad rooaw. .
Meals served family stylo. All yoa can
eat. Horn 4 made bread and pastry.
Suam heai W win . do onr port to
make your -vacation enjoyable. On high
way and. on . Koeanlcnm , river. Centrally
located an near ocean, .Kate IS to
25 a weehj. Address Mrs. A. K. lobsoa,
Prop4 Seaside, Oregon,
HfbTEL seaview v.
SEA VIEW, WASHUTOIdBr
Located on NORTH BEACH, nniversslly coneedd to; be tha finest bearl i ll
tno hoteu a.aeeiiens
tbe Pacific Northwest splendid surf bathing-
airy and comfortable rooms; reasonable rates.
For Ratea, write
H. F. MITT 110, Fro
Charles H. Rowley. Manager
4 t il
160 Rooms (all outaide). not aad Cold
asst. private or connecting baths. OPEN
aer Season Rates American Plan
roan ing water, steam
ALL TEAK ROUND.
AUTO FERRY SERVICE
Connecting Colombia TJighvay. Oregon, and Ocean Beach Highway to Paget
Sound, via Wilispa Harbor and Chehalta. j i '
3DAJXT SUMMER SCHEDULE ' COMMXKCIHO JTJLT i, 1121 '
Leave 14th Street, Astoria! 8 i
Leave McOowan, Washington: 9
10 a.m.; 1 pm.; S p.m.; :1J p.m.
.i 11 a-m.; 3 p m.j 4 pjn.; 7:15 p.m.-
ROUVD TRIP AKD SEASOK BATES
ASTORIA HORTH BEACH FERRY Co, fnc T. B. XLTTIBa,
General Msasger, Astoria, (Oregoa i
Operating ander Special Franchise from P.etfta Cpanty, Washington, and Clatsop
SEASIDE koteeat snd asoat ettractiva beach tots - flO
0tftg,Ut . Why psy High Reats7 Owg Tni Cottaga VU
GREAT ; NORTHERN INVESTMENT ; COMPANY (
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