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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1922
Low Tides at Newport x En
able Resortersto See "
NEWPORT, Ore., Aug. 5.
(Special to The Statesman.) Ex
ceedingly low ' . tides daring the
past week hare permitted tourists
to gala the outer entrance to the
Devil's Punch Bowl, north of New
port, a feat not' accomplished for
many years. These low tides are
especially farrable for ' trips to
the marine ' gWdns and other
points of IstVrest'valong the
beaches. Many 'are taking advan
tage of the early morning tides
I slaaSI J4Ma
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In Old Ydmhill j
The strongest mineral
water on the coast. Sure
death to rheumatism, ev
time. Cures akin
diseases, stomach trou
ble etc, Patients are
given' the very best at
tention. Medical r treat
ments, massage, electric
ity, etc. Good hotel ac
In hotel $20.00 a week.
Cottages $8 a week.
Camping grounds, .well
shaded,' watered, with
stoves, tables. electric
lights, etc., $2.50 a week.
The place 13 under new
management: "Write 'or
phone: :' ;:: .:;
',. Springs. .
for fishing ' off the reefs, rock
oyster and butter-clam digging.
With; the month, of August here.
crowds ! of vacationists are arriv
ing each day by. auto, regular and
special trains and on foot. The
season is at its height and prac
tically all rooms and cottages are
filled to capacity.
The "Discovery"' was the cen
ter of interest at the wharves on
Tuesday when ' she brought into
port a seven-foot man-eating
shark, caught Just out of the har
bor. Edward C. Rhodes was a Nye
Beach visitor .from Salem. Friday.
Edna Pealrs of Ketchikan. Alas
ka, is the house guest of Gladys
Jones. . v.
Judge J. W. Hamilton of Rose
burg Is spending a few days In
the city before circuit court con
vene In Toledo Monday. .
Elma Bradsbaw of Salem Is in
the city for a few days' visit with
Wallace N. Shipp and family of
Salem and Mrs. Gertie Ellsworth
are In the -Johnson cottage for a
few weeks' outing. -
N. N. Benson was a visitor from
Registrants at the Hotel Gil
more for the past weekr are O. K.
DeWitt, of Salem; E. C. Rose and
wife of Portland; Charles Zollen-
ger and wife of Portland; Mrs. E.
E. Walden of La Grande; Editor
E. R. Gillstrap and family of Eu
gene; Joseph Patterson of Port
land; Mr. Ewing and wife of Port
land; W. W. Fawk and wife of
Salem; Mrs. George Ross and
mother of Drain; H. R. Demmon
of Portland; S. Howatt of Port
land; F. M. Titus of Albany; Mrs.
Vida Culver of Albany; M. Stem-
mons and wife of Lebanon; J. E.
Henkle and wife of Philomath;
M. T. Burns of Corvallis; E. H.
Hughes of Corvallis; Elmer Shoen
of i Portland; Ren Williams of
Portland; A' P. Trawlck and fam
ily of Eugene r Dorothy Hughes of
Corvallis; Ernest Boon and wife
of Caldwell, Idaho; Edna S. Red-
lund of Portland; A. W. Foster
and family of Hoaklns; C. P.
Jemen of Portland; H. Holum of
Portland; J. J. Sparrow and" Miss
Mollle Sparrow, Mrs. A. R.Bilyeu
of Albany; R. R. Hamersley of
Corvallis; ..Bertha D. Gllmore of
Heppner; Louis Bach 'of Corval
lis; Mrs.. S. Shapera and children.
Margaret fisher of Salem; Mrs. D
B. Hadley of Eugene.
Hazel Jesse returned to her
home' in Salem after a few days'
visit with her parents at Nye
, . Mrs. Bennet and children of Sa
lem -are here for a two months
outing. , . - - : "
trailed their other eftoi a fori
rrrress for tit striVe means1
the vfc'nursin-; of a weste- toduj-
try to the weanling point In
eventual severance from our old-
maid stepmother, Wall Street.
s. r.. r.
Meaning o the Strike
I have never seen in print the
natural result of the coal and rail
differences," If continued to the
point of real public inconvenience
or handicap. ' .
This industrial war, in a word,
means the development of western
resources now dormant. '
Strikes should not be In this
day'of exact knowledge and men
tal development. They are an
aehronisms that only find Jestlfi
cation in the greed of tho capital
ist. Lis greed for profft and bis
un-Cbristian desire to continue
his brother's keeper under inde
fensible social conditions. V -i
To be sure, the same results
migh be brought about from the
continuance of over-capitalization
stock watering and incident
natuial increases, in price and
rates; but why submit to the
"white plague" In an ladustrial
sense any more than In the strict
ly phslcal one? 1
The crescendo tendency in the
tune of the capitalists, whether
marked as "dulce" or "Dianisst-
mo" f according to bis own physio
logical estimate of his artifice)
depen ds npoit Ms sensing of the
audience. What he wants la
more, and stilt' more, of this
world's goods with which to slake
his thirst for power over the herd.
He is an industrio-ecoaornic Cae
sar, a pervert who know?' no am
bition but the satisfaction-of his
An 1 that, Jut that, makes htm
fiddle while Rome burns nakes
him blind to a pr.lpable fact that
the redlands of Montana and Wyo
ming, midway on the edntinent,
expose billions of tons bf iron,
within gravity-transport titn dis
tance of other bi lions of" tons of
coking, coal. And tthe further
fact of the 'untold horserowers in
unbridled streams capable of be
ing economically used to' develop
factories to convert our myriads
of raw materials '.r.lo fft-ishJ pro
ducts is lost to him. ' "s
Ho banks upjn pur ignorance
and hi domination to perpetuate
his one-way-haul economics.; He
ismcnes the difference in cost and
dlstn.'ice from the Rockies ; east
and west where '.ail: and water
meet" to distribute our "bounties
to two worlds th.t need them.
; y stern m ibd should stand
back of the rai. a? d coal strikers
vlth the sam patriotic' seal that
Let the SLOGAN for the LOGAN'S
be a NICKEL
Editor Statesman-: I was very
much interested and pleased- by
the article headed "Five Cents
Minimum on Logans is Proposed
by a Local Company."
The article throughout has the
right ring and shows the right
spirit, and the author or suggester
of the idea is entitled to credit f
head and heart.
If the loganberry grower could
depend 'on a 5 cent market it
would go far to re-establish this
loganberry" industry of the Wil
lamette valley. Nor Is it reason
able to conclude it will amount
to much less fairly compensatory
prices are obtained.;
I have little sympathy for the
growers who jumped' their con
tracts in 1920 and 1919 on ac
count of higher prices. I do have
sympathy for those who did stand
Miss Gladys Steele Declared
to Be Well Equipped
"The Salem hospital is especi
ally fortunate in having an un
usually capable superintendent in
the person of Miss Gladys W.
Steele," said a member of the
hospital board yesterday.
vShe ha held for the institu
tion its splendid reputation in the
face of many handicaps.
Miss Steele became superinten
dent of the. hospital about two
years ago, and during that time
she has met all the emergencies
that have' arisen, due to crowded
conditions. The hospital under
her efficient direction has done
high grade work, though on ac
count of limited quarters more
by their contracts, and everything! than 20 operative cases have
should be done to help tbert. I been refused arnce the first of
Fred Drager's suggestion, if en-1 this year. Miss Steee is also a
dorsd and taken up by the other
packers and large buyers, will it.
the end .be good for them also ;
and the consuming public will
never halt In the use of the lo
ganberry, for the little per cent
of cost added the cent or there
abouts per pound Is a very small
portion of the total cost, when it
cornea to the consumer, as the
packing, the processing, the
freight, and cost of marketing' is
ho more on a five cent berry
than a tour cent berry.
And we shall have contented
growf-.-s and people at home.
Spread the movement, create -or
develop the sentiment, a living
price at least to the producer,!
build up the industry. Otherwise
it will go by the board. Yours,
k Consumer, Not a Grower.
good business manager, which is
demonstrated by her monthly re
ports to the board. In addition
to managing the hospital under
these trying conditions, she has
maintained the training school for
Miss Steele is a native of North
Dakota. After completing her
high school conrse there she took
her training In the Northwestern
hospital of Minneapolis, and' was
for a year night supervisor tnthat
Institution. In 1911 she took
charge of the Willamette "sanltar-
land for a temporary injunction
prohibiting,. picketing In front of
their places of business was de
nied by the supreme court Satur
day in., the cases of the Liberty
cafeteria, plaintiff and appellant,
ittoi. wiucn position sne nia tor f against George Shannon, as p res
three and a half years, in war ; ijent of the Cooks and Assistants
work she served at Camp Dodge, j local No. 207. and others, and A.
Iowa, after which she took post
graduate work in Pellevue hospi
tal. New York city.
"At the time Miss Steele was
employed as superintendent of'the
Salem hospital she was told that
plans were well under way for
a new hospital building, and she j
deserves much credit for her pa
tience during the past two years '
In rendering uncrr ;je condition
the best hospital service possible." J
Rohde and W. C- Rupert,' plain
tiffs and appellants, against the
The petition asked that the
union be restrained from picket
ing pending the outcome of a suit
now, pending in the supreme court.
The order of the court denying the
petition was signed by Chief Jus
tice Burnett and Justices Bean.
Rand, Harris and McCourt. ?
.The secretary; to Henry Ford
has been paying a visit to the
White House Possibly, looking
for new quarters after Marthv,
4 . -
A neutral conference-of iurists.
military men and historian! Is try
ing to fix the MRponsrhniry tor
the war. What Is the m'attef with
"human cussednesa"? That 'would
seem to cover the situation com
pletely. -"l- '-' -'-''.-"--
Picketing Not Prohibited
By State Supreme Court
Petition of plaintiff and appel
lant restaurant operators of Port-
r.' it : i m t - I f
Portland Get NeW Ratel Architectural Eng-nnng. Special coone in
AatMBohde tugiBeennf, Machine Shop, etc.
Logs from Hopmere to .
The public service commission
announced Saturday that is has
authorized the Oregon Electric
Railway company to publish on
less man statutory notice a spe
cial rate of 5 1-2 cents a hundred
pounds oi hardwood logs from
Hopmere, Ore., to Portland. The
original petition for the rate was
filed by the Oregon Hardwood
Mills of Portland. The rate is ef
fective a sof August 4.
. But tquipftd StMintht Wt.
Students get practice while learning.
A Vmhtrtily Ctmru in all technical essen
tia. Degrees granted to fall course men. H'gh
school Ihea can "'complete oar "engineering
eoaraea in 14 moatfea actaal imdy under our
tntennTe metboda. Scad for free catalog,
Fslytwsals CsBsgs ! Eagiaeeriag '
I tlth mmi Una Saw . OAKXaRD. CALD
.with Standard Key
board no shifting
Pficfp with c ate, $60.
Easy instatirhents may be
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
Gtntnl GMd&s Bwiassf
Office Hour, froxa 10 . n. to I p. B,
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In Your New. Hess
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See it iefore yea
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BEBGER PIPELESS ITONAiDB"
Made in Slemr - "
F. H. BERGER;
803 North Liberty . jlin4rtiaier" " 9 T Phone IO48-II
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Manhattan, iMiLytie Elmore, Rockaway, Garabaldi,
When in Newport Patronize These Progressive Establishments
ri i HOTEL4 EOJIORE
IS rMoi'tt wMdwiwfwtT "iWytnlif
heat-likt,. d cb. 8tf1ely home
Mokiag. Hot ad eold water la all
reeow.. XatM moderate, .."'
; '. ,. Tti "festrvatfoai. 4dm' '
-Jt.y. KBXBS " ftOCXAWAf. OKB.
An 1 ad. on this page ' wifl
. f' ; s;'. ",rv 1 r.:-1 ' rc
boost your community ana
'i 'it l . Ij - -n- Y-.WYs . if.. Yv ?
and Xunch Rooani, ,
' open 'AltMIouri I.
- , . 8outh of Post Office
8peacer : HrosA . llockaway, . Ore.
. Servk wttk fr' alr i
Atrto KPAxmnraVH''-:' j
Zzpert ants stectata staeWnirt
vilfoUs 00. Ooyr aai lmn Ura
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B. 1. IHIXDOH OAKIBALDT, OKB,
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Tourist Supplles--Flshlng Tackle
Free Camp Grounds Free Wood
7 - neDo Oregon
PACIFIC CITY BEACH
Salem's Nearest Beach by Auto
Stage leaves terminal three thnes dallyfor Pacific City via Mc
Mlnnvllle. Tbfs beach possesses more natural attractions than any
other beach on the Oregon coast. '
A scenic beach paralelled within five hundred feet, by the beautiful
Nestucca river, teaming with every variety of flsh--salmon," trout,
clams, crabs, etc. --; . - .
' Spacious protected camp, grounds wooded hills
Note this unparalelled comMnatlon. An ocean beach and river flsh
"log,"' boating and TathlBg'i"'"All within three minutes walk """
Baseball games, concerts, dancing
hlldren's playgrounds and
other ' amusements
ltt MOea ' trim- Wetarta, How Open
325 serai Vetaral park, 1 atU Ooeaa betch; aplendid tmp groandi if
fordlng room for Uumbm4, Keekr- eia, eanyeni and glen, rveke and ellffa.
Dos't leave Tillamook beackas wltkont aeatng tk aa Uona on tb rocki
t Oeaaaalde.- ' ,m .V- ' "'
.Ckolcs boildlng loti for tals to tteM who wlakto bU4 tottigti.
' i . Kosenberg .Bros.-Ti41amook, Oregon ,
ruit sddiUoa to Maahattu. Ore.
Lots oa islo, right on the oca an front
AHKA WELCH. OWKKK f
Until Oct. ','Xat, MankaUan, Ort
rortUad Offlco: flO Z. 1IU BU, K-rkono Walnut 0694
' Expert Repairing
Tires Oils Greases
On the highway at Rockaway
Wm. Sederbers Rockaway, Ore.
' FRONT ST.
Best Food and Service
Tents and Cottages
We bare tenia and eottaera eomplete-
lr lurniikod ao all yon need brine it
your aa it .eaao and ailvenrare and top
eoTera, if eoovenient. Ovhera will iter
bed pringa, aaattreaa, fliahea and cooking
ntenaila, and roa ran aupolr the reel.
Wator, !ihu asd fr wood till Anguat
itrat.- i per oay ana ap.
Tie Only Exelattre
Shop 1b Vewpoit
roat Office Slock
ZTEWPOKI TIKB 8H0P
Tins, Kepalrs, 0, Ollt
Cherry City Cottages
Beat location on Nye Beach. Furnished
except top beddrag:, linen and aiivervare.
Bates $8 per weak including wood, light
and Water. Special rates for, September.
GEO. G. SMITH, Prop.
THE WISE WAT
Bar View, Tillamook, Co.
Oils, tires, gaa, accessories. - Acetylene
welding, expert repairing.
Phono 8Z7 for aarriee
On highway at corner Pacific City road
. . - , . Hebo- Oregon
A. r. MITCHELL FKOP.
, And Lone Boom
Stop at Hebo for refreshments, ice
cream, soft drinks, tobaccos, lancbes.
KODAK THE BEACHES
Tboa bring yonr rilma''totJi "
UOCKAWAY ; STUDIO
. Ed. H. Wood, Prop.
' Large line new postcards
OCEAN VIEW COURT
ronlabod Complete; light, wool sad Janitor aarrlce free
Tbo HantlngtoB, f rooms Oceaa raik, 1 rooms Star, 4 rooms Crescent rooms
" uA fittigs. AIM foot S room spsrtouau vtrlooking Us ocmb
O. O. TTXKITEK
II ; "-1 ' ' : "Rrtwen Orean and Lake
16 nOlCl Open All the Year Round
Good roads, ample auto accommodations, S. Station near Hotel.
Largest and most modern hotel at Tillamook beach. Write or phone
to. JnlU M. Parker Lake Lytle Hotel; Rockawsr Oregon.
- ' HAPPY .CAMP
ENTIRELY" REBUILT 4 0 NEW COTTAGES AND TENTS
r '. FURNISHED, NEW COMPLETE
' Cottar Prices f 1 to $3 per Day
. OXLY SALT WATER BAY ON THE CX)AST
uooa tuning, unexcelled beach noted tor its clams, crabs and boat-
f sing, aprtngr-water 98 per cent purerestaafgnt In; connection
: , - ; ' STEP FROM, YOUR DOOR TO THE BEACH; U i
" Stag connection r at Tillamook fcr.Netarts.Phbne 962 ,
xtetans. urcgon. -: v .-. . 7 Miles from Tillamook
BEACH COURT HOTEL
Vw, neat, clean, homelike; win furnish roa room nnd board at reaaonabU rates.
CAMP COlaTT Faralshad Tents and Cottages for Beat. Near post offlco, stores
aoo. depot. ;cmtuhi so wo oatning oeacaoa.
, . Tn reserraiions address proprietors:
KB. OK KK8. A. tf. WALLZVO
Ruddiman's Agate Shop
AgatM Cat and Mounted
MaU Order a Specialty
The Log Cabin
Tea Koom, Confectioner
BI HO DB MAX OBCHBSTKA
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Strawn's Cash Store
Clams, Crebs. Oysters
Jessie SL Stravrn, Prop.
YOU WILL APPRECIATE
The Kedfern Famished Cottages
Ideally located Bear Beach and tbo new
Let. as tell pew about them
FEED D. COFTTEH, Prop.
Nye Beach Newport
r Kfa.r 41 f mmim -"1
Jn 4W?teit59ti Jill I
Hotel Gilmore, Nye Beach
(formerly the Cliff House)
At the water's edge overlooking the Pacific ocean. View from
every room. Well heated, clean, comfortable. Charges reasonable.
A la carte service Free bus to and from botel ' -
For reservations or further information address:
P. O. GILMOItE, Prop Newport. Ore.
BI HO DE MAR
Concert and Dance Muic
Fnrniwhed for all occasions
"It's on the Beach"
Newly Renovated New Furnishings
Newport's Most Popular Hotel
Walt's Agate Store
10 years a tbo Agsts tastaoos ta
. . ,x r Jiewport ". -U
SpecUl ottonfloe) to Mafl Orders
V : Kox , Jtewport. Ore. m
Kenoved to Koack fu ou OootS
Real Estate, Loans n
Beat farms In tbo Coentry Meted,
CbMp lanes fo- tnjtas00t
LBSTEK MAKTrkt Jl
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All klndi s BtBdttg , asatorUU t
Klgbt Price. ' .
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You to Newport
Phone 583 -
Direct Mala street tbrongh Tillamook. Information to all poinu gladly given.
AccoiMrtea, gu, oO, free sir tt ytmr orvico at sU tbaot.
m. . akxey' e. m. COVSIT
6th and Snd Avenue Tillamook, Ore.
The big store on Front street, jnst north, of Fall street. Hardware,
furniture, groceries, feed, fishing supplies, paint, oil stoves and boacb
supplies of all kinds.
McMinnvnie to Tillamook Fierce Arrow Limonaino Basse
' Direct connection at McMlnnvUlo from Salem for bho beacbes. Alio direct eon-
aoctloa at Hobo for Pacific City.
Connections at Tillamook for all beaches to Manhattan
Fresh Fruit Fine Groceries Soft Drinks- Candle Tobaccos
Hardware Gas Oils Tires, etc
At the depot
SALTAIR :: OREGON
H. 1. ITER SOX, Prop.
A. L. THOMAS
Agate CnUrcg and Moanttng
Oregon Pictures Agate Jewolry
When at the beaches, patronize these live business
Home of ' Perfect Eats
Located in New Hatatorinm
W. II. EVANS, Prop.
AU new and wonderfully equipped - 9
. Individual Salt Water Baths
" - ' DAKftTEf HALL GRILL
Overlooking the Ocean
Hot Sea Baths
Dr. W. T. Crocker Prop.
Opposite Cliff House, Nye Beach
Open Every Day
Light housekeeping rooms, reasonable
Chiropractic offices ia BaUdlns
Baths, 30 Cents
Dr. Bojr.es, '. ChiropracUH.
, NEWPORT -
Adjustmrnts, with bsUba if Vtred
; V. .OREGON'
BORDEN HOUSE ; .
Centrally, Localed-fOne block from postoffice : 1
r Neat, clean rooms and beds I
Home' Cookinjr ' ': l - 1
Mrs. Viola Pepin-Newport, Orerir 'J