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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING; JUNE 23, 1D22
, VSeaside Plans FourtKof July
l f.s Ffiaturft Wiih Five Hun-
I dred ; Entries
' A bathing girt parade. In which
It la estimated tbre will be 500
a tries, will be the bl g feature ol
the Fourth of July celebration at
1 Seaside, according to E. 8. Prouty
chairman of the committee on the
i celebration. -
Plans are now being made to
I arrange the. details of the parade
and entries for tbt contest will-be
( received. Substantial prizes "are
I promised to the winners of the
contest. The first prize will be a
300 lot on the ocean front the
Montana Warxenton Development
company being the donors of th's
prize. The second prize will be
ISO cash, given by the Oates
Baths. The third prize will be
$25 cash, given by John Talt of
the Troy Laundry, Astoria.
H The committee In charrt of the
arrangements . are now making
their plans for the bathing girls
pirade and telegrams are being
sent to San Francisco for bathing
suits for the event. : Seaside ex
pects to enter 60 contestants In
the parade and Astoria and Port
land are Invited to enter their
bathing girls. Efforts will be
made by the committee to get 5o
girls in the event. Those In
charge of be entertainment for
the Tourth say the bathing girls
parade will be the biggest teat u re
of the celebration and the biggest
eent of its kind ever staged in
The committee reports that it
has raised several thousand dolars
to assure the Success of the cele
bration and plan on doin? every
thing in big shape. Another of
the features of the day will be
the right marine parade on the
river. A number of decorated
boats, lighted for the occasion,
are scheduled to take part in this
event. Dancing, a carnival of
sports, speeches and otber fea
tures have been arranged for the
dty The complete program will
be announced later.
Pacific City Preparing
For 3-Day Celebration
leg planned by the management o
Pacific City beach. Tillamook
county's popular summer rcscrt.
It is the Intention of the manage
ment to prepare a progrcm of
.sich a scope that the guests will
A. F. L MEET
Gompers Closes Convention
Saying Labor 100 Per
Cent for Government
CINCINNATI, Jane 24. (By
the Associated Press.) Adoption
of a program calling for a non
partisan political campaign this
fall to elect the friends of or
ganized labor and an overwhel
ming defeat of the radical forces
that favored recognition of the
Russian soviet government, mark
ed the closing session today of the
American Federation of Labor
Labor's political stand was
adopted without discussion, in
cluding a resolution calling on
all union men and women to en
ter anqre actively Into lyoTltics
A t aV m r ... . .
a it.,.. i.hMnn heeln- w,lu l" purpose 01 ultimately
ning with Sunday July 2nd is be controlling the machinery of our
$800 in Prizes
Bathing Dancing Movies
Bonfire on Beach
. Sports Bathing Movies
Dance Street Carnival
" v . TuesdayFourth
Parade Clam and Salmon Bake
SpeakingSport Band Concert
national government," by captur
Ing the Republican and Democrat
ic parties, but the Russian ques
tion stirred -up Spirited debate
that was ended only on account
of the parliamentary maneuver
ing of yesterday having shut off
the flood of oratory.
The declaration against the so
viet was the third taken by the
federation and was a victory for
the administration forces, led by
President Samuel uompers, who
in a formal statement tonight, de
clared the action on the Russian
question was of "special signifi
cance" because "not a single local
union has been overlooked by the
propagandists for soviet brutality
Politics Left to Committee
The federation's political cam
paign as avored by a committee
report that was jadonted, pro
vided that the general conduct of
the campaign should be left to
the executive committee of the
The approach of sine die ad
journment apparently made the
delegates refrain from debate and
finally they hurried the end by
directing that unfinished commit
tee reports be incorporated In
the convention proceedings, and
if any required action, that such
be taken by the 'executive conn-
ciL This was regarded as tanta-1
mount to blanket endorsement of
the committee reports, the only
one of Importance that was not
presented being that of the spe
cial policy committee on Indus
trial court laws which was cer
tain to condemn such legislative
Mm of Bauiiaeas Disposed
Aside from the political and
the Russian questions the conven
tion disposed of a mass of mis
cellaneous business in a hurried
fashion. For the 17th time, the
claim of jurisdiction of the glass
workers over the making of molds
for glass containers was affirmed
by the convention, the decision
being-against the machinists.
Two congressmen were praised
by the adoption of a committee
report, which said they had
"thwarted a scheme of reaction
aries in the house of representa
tives to appropriate money for
the department of justice to pros
ecute or rather persecute labor
and the farmers under the anti
trust act." These congressmen
were Representative Noan, Re
publican. California, and Repre
sentative Johnson, Democrat.
Kentucky, and the convention
voted an expression of thanks for
Joining With Farmer Favored
Efforts by organized labor to
join hands with the farmers for
mutual benefit was approved by
the convention in adopting a com
mittee report directing the coun
cil to continue to "that it can in
furtherance of such educational
work as will acquaint the farm
ers with the issues that not only
affect the wage workers but the
farmers as well."
A resolution also was adopted,
putting the federation on record
in opposition to "blanket legis
lation" for the repeal of laws
tLat discriminate against women.
In adjourning the convention
President Gompers praised its
work, referring especially to the
action against the Russian soviet J
as "fundamentally righteof." He
also declared that the convention
had demonstrated that vorganized
labor "stood 100 per.cekj In sup
port of the American government
bo amply entertained at til times
luring the three days: i'ncif c
City's wonderful nautral attract
t-one vrlll pay any one for making
a trip there at any time, but sup
plemented with a larga progr-tm
a trip at this time ly especially
"desirable. '...- h
of Hiss Amelia Montxomerr of
Vacarvllle. CaL. who is a house
gaest of Miss Woodard. Assist
ing the hostess in receiving were
Miss Haarine Digerness. Miss
Dorothy Hubbs and Miss Eleanor
McClaine, all of Silverton.
About 60 guests called during
the afternoon. Among the out-of-town
guests were Miss Cath
erine Carson and Mrs. Cliff Irwin
of Salem, Miss Mary Gill. Miss
Dorothy Metscham. Miss Frances
Baker, Miss Dorothea Short aad
Miss Helen Short, all of Portland,
aad Miss Alice Witteaburg of
Another event of social Inter
est was the dinner given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Leaf
in honor of their son, Raymond.
The invited guests were Miss
Amelia Montgomery of Vacarvllle,
Cal.; Miss Louise Cord y of Port
land. Mrs. J. F. Steward of Sa
lem. "William Woodard of. West
port, Or.; Henry Pritxlof, John
Woodard. Richard Slater of Sa
lem, and the following group
from Silver ion: Miss Cathenit
Woodard, Miss Inez Fry. Miss
Eleanor McClaine, Miss , karnine
Digerness, Miss Dorothy Hubbs,
Knut Digerness, Carl Williams
and Raymond Leaf.
Doney Main Speaker at
Monday Lion Club Lunch
The "cub members of Salem's
new Lions club were treated to
more than the usual amount of
entertainment at their Friday
luncheon when they listened to a
program of music and readings
by Dr. Carl O.cmfwyupetapirhnald
followed by an interesting talk by
Dr. Carl G. Doney.
Miss Marie . Serogsins of Spo-
Severai Social Events
Are Held at Silverton
SILVERTON. Or.. June 24.
(Special to The Statesman.)
Several social events of interest
have been held at Silverton dur
ing the past week. . Probably the
largest of these was the tea given
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M.
C. Woodward by their daughter,
Miss Catherine Woodard. who re
cently returned from Mills col
lege.-'The' tea was given in honor
When in Newport Patronize These Progressive Establishments
Best Food and Service
Tke Only Exdasrre
Boos) la Vewport
Part Offloo Black -
wzwtost tiu shop
Tires, Bepalra, Oaa, Oua
! Cherry City Cottages
V ' " kTewport, Oretoa
U BhI loeattoa n Njra Beach. Far Is,
ed eaeopt lea bidding, liaea aad allver
war. Kate 3.S0 to IS pr wttk, la-
rladiaf wood, Hfi aad water. Make
Beaerrationa Early- -
Goo. 0. BaUtK. Prep.
Ruddiman's Agate Shop
Acatos Oat ana Moaatai
Man Orders s Specialty
1 ' Beach Street
The Log Cabin
. - . Taa Itooa Confectionary
BI BO X8 MA OftCHEITXA
Strawn's Cash Store '
CUaw, Crabs, Oystara - ,
Jiutt B. Btratra, Prop.
5 YOU WILL APPRECIATE
: Tk Badfara Faralaaaa OotUcas '
x Maally lacatec aaar Baach aad tha aw
IM as tall yaa aaaat taam
9KI S. 0O1TEE1I, Prop.
'' Nye Beach ; Newport
Hotel Gilmore, Nye Beach
(formerly the Cliff House)
At the water'a edge overlooking the Pacific ocean. View from
every room. Well, heated, clean, comfortable. Charges reasonable.
A la carte service Free bus to and from hotel
For reservations or further Information address:
P. O. GILMORE, Prop - Newport. Ore,
Bl HO DE MAR
Concert aad Dance Manic
Furnished for all occasions
"It's on the Beach"
Newly Renovated New Furnishings
lT V New Management
" Newport's Most Popular Hotel
: MEALS DANCING
Waifs Agate Store
10 yam in tha agata batUiasa la
Spadal attention to Mail Ordars
Box 66, Nrwport, Ora.
Bamovad to Baach SL, Bear Oeaia
Real Estate, Loans
Batt farttta la taa Country listed.
Obatp Und for uiTanaMBt
AU kinds of Building material
You to Newport
? vm - ivu n j uow uui i a ui r ait sireev. naraware.
Urnuure, gruverica, teeu, naaiug supplies, paini. Oil SlOYM and beach
aupplies of all kinds. ,,- , i ,
If. J. IVERSON, Prop.
, , SEA CREST COTTAGES , .
;v At the edge of the Sea :;-
24 attractive and comfortable cottages of two. three and four
. rooms, with water and electric lights In each. An Ideal location:
. unexcelled ' ocean view.' , Only one block from tha atnrna Maw
natatorium and right at bathing beach.
' Write for rates: CHRIS ARMS, Newport, Ore,
I l - rrr0 W Boa
Hot Sea Baths
Dr. W T. Crocker, Prop. -
Oppoeite Cliff House. Nye Beaeh
Open Every Day Baths, 30 Cents
. . Light hoasekeeplnsj rooms, reasonable
Chiropractic offices iav Bnildlag
Dr. Rogawa. Chiropractor.
NfcTVlWr . -
Daily May 25 to August 31
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY
And Direct Connections
Return Limit, October 31
Choice of Routes and Liberal Stop-over arrangements
on going and return trip
Round Trip Fares from Salem:
Daa kfaiaaa .
St. Paal .
Washington. . .$143.65
Proportional fares to certain other cities in the East,
and fares one way via California will be supplied on
Sleeping car arrangements made, baggage checked and
tickets issued through from Salem. Train schedules and
other details will be furnished gladly.
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY
J. W. RITCHIE, AGENT, SALEM, ORE.
kane accompanied on tke piano
by Miss Corner, cave two excep
tionally well rendered .vocal solos
and illss Martha Mallory of Will
amette anireraity save a group of
reading which were greatly en
joyed by the dab members.
Dr. Doney'a talk was on. educa
tion In which he empbasied the
importance of relisioa la educa
tion. - - ' ;!;,
Allan Kafoary was thairmaa of ' '
the day.-:' ' f
Bhe I. suppose yon, never
thought ' seriously of mnrryinx?
He Sara I did. So 1 dtdat
Home News. I
CAPITAL HARDWARE & FURNI
285 iV. Commercial Street
Starting Friday, June 30 "
10 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. -
Saturday, July 1st
10a. m., 1:30 p. m., 7 p.m.
' . ' . . . . ..- '
1 Ranges , heaters, beds, springs and mattresses, sanitary
couches, lounges, cots, chairs, tables, dressers, .buffets,
vanity dressers, linoleura and congoleum rugs, Axrainster
rugs, trunks, suit cases, roofing paper, fruit jars, garden
tools, forks, shovels, garden hose, lawn mower, cots, wash
tubs and boilers, wash boards, galvanized pails, wheel
barrows, tents, coffee urn, ladders, clothes racks, kitchen
cabinets, camp stoves, galvanized and grauite ware, alum
inum ware, clothes baskets, stone ware, crocks, wringers
and everything in hardware or furuUure that you may ask
for. , ' ' -
H. SHUSTEROWITZ, Owner
F. N. W00DRY
Manhattan, Lake Lytle, Bar View, Saltair, Elmove, Rockaway, Garabaldu
Netarts, Ocean SidePacHw City ; tn V -1?-- :
Rockaway Meat Market
Opposite S. P. Depot. Rockaway.
Fresh and Cured Meats
Clams. Crabs, Fish, etc.
D. E. Reynold, Prop.
W. J. Schumacher
Real Estate and Insurance
Cottages to Rent
and Lunch Room
Open All Hours
South of Post Office
Speatcer Bros., Rockaway, Ore.
Serrtca with fras alt
., Ezsart aata alaetrle ataehtalat
airoUna OU, Oeodyaar aad Karen Urei
H. X. BKELDOH OABTWil.PI. OaE.
P. D. OTT
Tourist Supplies Fishing Tackle
Free Camp Grounds Free Wood
PACIFIC CITY BEACH
Salem's Nearest Beach by Auto .
Stage leaves terminal three thnes dally, for pacific Gtjf via Mc
Mlnnville. This beach possesses more natural attractions than any
other beach on the Oregon coast.
A scenic beach paralelled within five feet, by the beautiful Festucca
rirer, teaming with every variety ot fish salmon, trout, clains,
Spacious protected camp grounds wooded hills
Note this nnparalelled combination. As ocean beach and river fish
ing, boating and bathing? All within three minute walk
Baseball games, concerts, dancing children's playgrounds and
rarmcrly Maxwall roiat
Afitai risking Good Stack
Haw County road open soon
Ona and oaa-hatf aula aorta ol KatarU
Far particular, write:
Rosenberg Bros. Tillamook, Oregon
rirrt additioa to afaakattaa. Ora. IU oa aalo, rltkt oa ta oeaaa troat
AVHA WEIXJH, OWVEX
VntU Oct. lit. Manaattaa, Ora.
rortlaad Of flea: S10 B. lltk SU. K. rkoaa Walaat 64 '
Expert Repairing - v
i .. i Tires Oils Greases
On the, highway at Rockaway
Sederberff Rockaway, Ore,
Tents and Cottages
Wa kao Untt an! eottat n oompieto
ly farnuhad aa all yoa wi hrng ia
7ar aait eaaa aad ailrrrwMW mA 4o
ravera, if ctMiHU Oam will !ora
bad spriafa. aiattroaa, diakoa and eookiag
atratila, and yoa fa a aappir tko tni.
Watar. UfhU aad Irw wad tiU Aartat
flrat. 91 par day aad a.
THE WISE WAT -Bar
View.' Tillamook, Co., Ore.
Oils, tiros, fa, accessories. Aectrloaa
welding, ftsert repairing.
. - raeao SX7 far aorrlca.-,..,
Oa kishway ' at cora Paeifia City fW
;. Hebo Orrgon..r 5 l
a. r. 1CXTCRZU. " fp3t. .
.Smith's Confccticrcry t
Sto , Hebo for ofw.
eraaa. aofl ariaka, tobeai faacaea.
HEM t? OaEOOaT
KODAK THE BEACHES
Tkoa bring roar Films to Vt
Ed. H. Wood. Prop.
Large line view postcards
OCEAN VIEW COURT
raraUked Complata ; hsbt. wool and Jaaitor asrvlea froo
Tko HaBUngtoa, S rooau Oeaaa Park. 4 room Star, 4 rooau Creaeont S
aad Oar tea. Also foar 3 room apartauau arortooklag tko oeoaa
O. O. TtntlTEB
f I I f 1 1 1 I I "IVtwern Ocean and Lake"
Lake Lytle HOtel Open All the Year .Round
Good roads, ample auto accommod ations, S. P. Station near Hotel.
Largest and most modern hotel at Tillamook beach. Write or phone
to J alia M. Parker, Lake fytle Hotel, Rockawsy, Oregon.
ENTIRELY REBUILT 40 NEW COTTAGES AND TENTS
FURNISHED NEW COMPLETE
Cottage Prices $1 to 93 per Day
ONLY SALT WATER DAY ON THE COAST
Good fishing, unexcelled beach noted for its clams, crabs and boat
: lag. Spring water 98 Jer cent pnre restaurant In connection -A
, STEP FROM . YOUR DOOR TO THE BEACH j
':f Stage connections at Tillamook for Ne tart. Phone J 63
Ketarta, Oresoau k T Mile f rom Ttllamook
a j 1 tu ta JuUa
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When at the beaches, patronize these lire business
BEACH COURT HOTEL
Kw Boat, elesa. koatelike; wtfl faraisk voa rooai and bw t'roasoaabla rttas.
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