SDt THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, QREGONWEDNESDAY. SEPT. 1. 13i-- J t a i : an w kak t UiBmmmt - . - si WiniMiiMnnniiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiuiiiiiu.,t Sport News Cukma f c! Watching the Scoreboard date. Brooklyn, Sept. 1. Jiibn Humme, re leased yesterday to make room for Kube Mnrpiard, will be taken back today. Tin- player limit ran out last night. The addition of the Kube made the -club1 over the limit. i RADNOR. Plain Whito EXTON, White Madras NEW AR.R.OW COLLARS Brown pitrhej the Seals into s onej to nothing vietory over Portland, allow-j ing- hut live hits and fanning eight watsmen. Halt Lake beat Oakland in the ninth. ; versity f.l California for the first time CLt'KTT. PP.AHflHY h CO. t for 95 cm U Inc. MAKKRS Berkeley, Sept. 1. Hoeccr will be j played ibis year by women at the l.'ni Brief skidding into the plate with the ' e history of women 'a athletics at V inning run. j I'niversity. Minn Mary Blanchard, Rowdy Klliott protested with his ao-'in erienne. soccer of Mount Holy, eustome'd vigor, but Held (.roved ob-jtlltf college, will act a coach. durate and hi palms down decision! . "". ! Pfrfprt llnlnnff Wpathpr . -WW- WW.. ..MM. VI Wa . nr-. The Urates lilanked 'ini'innti twice. winning the double header. Nehf miserly with his hit in the mirst, rendering only four. The Detroit Timers grabbed one from the White N,x in a rume.lv of error. Washington took two from the Vim ) ees who made it go eleven innings in the ae-ond battle. Telegraphic Champion. Kan Franriacn, Sept. 1. T. S. Brick- Is Favoring Players Ivr.iit. Mch.. Sept. . With jierfeet golfing vteuther tavorrng the players. the national amateur golf championship went irto the second round ot mutch play today. Huge galleries followed all the matches but the greatest was that behind Francis Ouimet, the nationnl champion and .Fame I). Ntaudish of De troit. Ouimet is picked to win because bouse, former I'nited l'res operator,! of hi greater experience, but Ktnndish in receiving scores of telegrams om con- played a strong game in defeating W. C. (,'ratulatioii from all parts of the coun-j I'ou nes. the I'ittsburg veteran, yester Iry on his achievement in winning the! day and is a formidable contender. Carnegie diamond medal representing: The second match in importance was Ihe world 'i all around telegraphic chain-! that between Robert A. fiardner, former plonshlp. (H'rntors predicted that his! national champion and Thomas M. .Nhcr reronl of semling (III commercial mes-!niaa of I'ticn, N. Y. All the other nagca in !!H minutes, i.tnml for years, Brickhouse worked for the. United l'res. at Chicago, Washington, Bncrn mento. I'nl.. ami Han Francisco, before f'olnir to K. F. Mutton and enmoanv. a I ed few months ago. His last press work was done for the I'nited I'resa at the Han Francisco lliilletin. 20 seconds, will recognized stars of the tournument are I expected to win today. Many predicted " Ned " Sawyer of Chicago, would go to the finals after they watched his per formance of yesterday when ho vanish- ( hick I-.vans, also of hicago. win, 75, G 1, fl 7. Theodore Roosevelt 4'cll defeated K. II. Whitney only after four exciting sets, fi ,1, (i 1, 0 fi, C 3. Other scores follow: W. 1'ate beat J. Blackstone, C , (I 1, 01. (i. Wightnian, Boston, beat K. To land, ! :i, ti 1, (J 1. D. Walters, I.ouisiuna chnrnpion, beat Hugh Tallant, 01, 02, 0-4. I., (iriniiell beat 1.. Knox, 75, 02, 0-1. Leonard Heekman beat W. Wool. G 1, 01, 02. S. Voshell beat ('. Johnston, Jr., 02, S 0, 02. J. Ailoue, Jr., Texas champion, beat Richard Stevens, 0 II, 1..5, 0 , 20, 7-5. J. l'affman beat C. W. Tost, Jr., 03, 00, 00. STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS Bound-Up to Exposition. Pendleton, Or., Sept. 1. Visitors to Hie Hon Francisco expolitlou are to see ii.. i ii,..... n i i'.. .i... smo , w , 'r'rL ti twirler, arrives, another pitcher will go to 17, Inclusive. Arrangements ere Hun Francisco, Sept. 1. That anoth er shake-up in the Heals is cumin? was infiiuated by Henry Kerry, owner, t day. Herry declared, "wo are out to win the pennant, und the men we ivmt can be found." As soon ns Bill Hteen, the Heals' now completed today by which the show in its entirety is to be shipped to the ex jxodtion. The exposition is to pay nil expense of transportation, estimated at 15,000 and n substantial bonus. Cash prizes of $10,000 as well as me. litis will be given by the exposition to the winners in competitive events. Brief Sport Items. Ban Francisco, He.pt. 1. Willie Ritchie will leave for the east Monday ' for his bout w ith Joe Shugrue. Articles fif agreement, received by Ritchie, called for the fight to bo held either October 1 or 4. Willie chose the latter into the discard. Berry said he hi.s a line on a first baseman to replace Hairy llcilmnnn, who will bo out of th gicne the rest of the season. National Tennis Champion ' Narrowly Escapes Defeat FIforest Bills, Hept. 1 R. Norris Wil liams, national tenuis champion, met a tartar today when he encountered Fred Inman, former New York state cham pion, In the set round of the national tennis tournament lure. Inman met the champion's attack with vigor and forced Williams to extend himself tu National Championship On Forest Hills Court Forrest Hills, L. I., Sept. 1. Al though a steadv breeze was blowing, a burst of sunshine greeted the players when the Fccnnd round or the national teim'B championships opened here to day. it. Xorria Williams, the title holder, appeared for the first time being sched uled to meet F. C. Iniuaiin. i Maurice Mchmghlin, former cham pion and California star, had a hard mntili on hand with Dean Muthcy, but with the other favorites for the eham pioiichip was expected to come throng"! victorious. j Or the other coast players, Ward Dawson w.is pitted against Lewis! C.-nves; C, J. (iiit'fin was matched with C. H. (larland, und W. M. Johnson clashed with (.'. C. Dell. RUSSIANS PRESS ATTACK (Crutlnued from rage One.) J W. L. P.C Philadelphia. 66 51 .564 Brooklyn 66 57 Boston' 63 5o Chicago 59 61 St. Louis 59 64 New York 56 61 Pittsburg a 59 65 Cincinnati J4 67 rive in time. Boston 79 Detroit . 80 Chicago 71 Washington 63 New York 55 St. Louis . 47 Cleveland 46 Philadelphia . 37 Federal Xeague. Pittsburg .... Newark St. Louis Kansas City Chicago Buffalo Brooklyn Baltimore Pacific Coast League Standings. W. L. P.C. 69 65 67 65 65 57 40 .537 .534 .492 .4 SO .479 .476 .451 .6U .651 .597 .529 .470 .38 .32 .313 .570 .556 .5-15 .52S .524 .4 SO .116 .339 IN OLD Without Little Hard Luck Showing Is Poor-Mc-Craw Blames Pitchers Ios Angeles 84 Han t rancisto Vernon Salt Lake Portland Oakland ..83 71 6S .550 .550 .503 .4x6 .45S .4 14 Yesterday's Results. At San Francisco San Fran cisco 1, Portland 0. At Salt Lake Salt Lake 6, Oakland 5. At Los Angeles No game with Vernon, team failed to ar rive in time. (By George E. Holmes.) (I'nited Press Staff Correspondent.) New York. Sent. 1. If the Giants finish anywhere but first place they will nrobablv eo down as the biggest failures of the weird season of 1915. The New York club is admittedly the i highest salaried one In the National ' league, and has the most "paper l strength" of any, with the possible ex ception of the Braves. Everything at the start of the season was in their fa- I vor, and Gotham fans settled back for ' a long season of battling between Mc ! draw's clan and the Braves for the pennant. On dope they were the only ones .who stood a show of getting in ! the October classic. I The teams are turning into tne nome stretch today, with the world's series but five weeks away, and most of the I dopestcrs and bettors are scrambling their brains trying to decide which to i lav their shekels on Brooklyn or I'hil- adelphia, ern strongholds, forming the Russian outer and inner deieuses, are in our hands. "The Aiistroflerinaii forces have taken prisoner 2000 officers, i09,S3!l men and captured '.iMO cannon and 500 machine guns." Was Submarine Sunk? Washington, Sept. 1. An official message similar to the news accounts of the sinking of a German submnrine by a British patrol ship the day after the liner Arabic was torpedoed has reached the state department from Lon don, Secretary Lansing admitted to duy. The submarine was not positively identified as the one which sank the Arabic, however, the secretary added. Germans Before Grodno. Berlin, vin wireless to London, Sept. 1. German forces are now before Grodno and are preparing to attnek the fortress, it was announced today. In Galicia, the Austro-Oernian forces who were held up by Russinn counter bert has fallen down woefully with Mo- attacks have now renewed their ad- Graw's team Ho is batting around vnnce eastward, the official statement .240 and his name isn't even among said. The heights held by the Slavs, the first 10 base stealers. His fielding, on tne names oi tne etrypa river nortn i too, nas slumped The Giants haven't had much hard luck as hard luck goes, accidents and such. True they have had bad luck, but McGraw has won pennants in the face of far heavier odds that he has nad to face this season. He had a team of veterans last March that had stood up under the fire and gaff of many gruelling pennant races, and they were all going good. There were few signs of cracks Mnthewson had had one of his best seasons, as had Tesreau. The erratic Marquard had finished a fair season, and according to the way Rube has run since he broke into the big show, he should have Veen due for a whale of a season in 1915. Backing them up were Stroud, Sehupp and ' Schauer, a trio of mighty likely looking! youngsters. I There was a hole at third base, a gaping oaie left by Tilly Schafer's re tirement McGraw went out and grab bed Hans Lobert, who batted .275 with the weak Phils the year before, and was listed as one of the fastest men on the bases in the Tenor circuit. Lo- YM The Law on "PIPER" No way to enjoy to bacco so thoroughly as to chew it and no chew ing gives you the rich, luscious tastiness that "PIPER" does. A law yer does a mighty lot of rumination (chewing). 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Ctlifarmia, SuFraadKa,CaL of Zborow were stormed and captured, j In tthe Mrest-Litovsk region I'rince Leopold's iiavariatis have driven the Russians back beyond tiio marshes north of Grojina. McGraw freely blames his pitchers, and it seems he is justified. Murquard, the eccentric, iiasn't won half his gamps. Matty the steady, hasn't won half his games, Tesreau has barely managed to split 80-50, and the three youngsters have proved so unsteady that McGraw has used them only as relief hurlers. McGraw, however, has awakened to the fact that it's time to begin house cleaning, and has started by cutting the supports under Fred Snodgrass, long one of his favorites. Humor has said that Chief MeyeYs and Rube Mar quard word slated for the hooks. Giant officials have denied this, but it's a safe bet that if they don 't pick up in their work by the "last of the season, there's going to be some new talent floating around the Polo grounds. McGraw also has a crow tc pick with the umpires. John never was original. "The National league nns seen the rottenest umpiring; In its history thi season," he said, recently. "There is but one competent umpire in the league, Bill Klem. With a fair break in th umpiring, the Giants might have finish ed better." George Burns is another player who l as not' delivered. Last year Burni stole b2 bases and batted over .300. This year iie is hitting the ball around .270 and has stolen less than 20 bases. Although Mac had a good pitching staff at the start of the season, he wasn't satisfied. "If I had just one more good pitcher I'd be willing to ride," he opined. So he went out and grabbed Poll Per ritt, and Poll hasn 't won . . half his gismes. t HHmiMWWrmHHmfrTTWTTMWM .. PORT. NYE EACH OREGON'S FAMOUS SUMMER RESORTS AGATE BEACH I ' Iff 1 r fCIl 1 I Fnnk Itarrett of a. Hnn-niflrinrr I Inoninn r SKnnl imrl . "'r.inK luriett, ot l , vsjwiiiug vri utuuui emu AGATE BEACH and AGATE BEACH INN Riity two room, modern hotel, right at the Ocean. Near Govern ment Lighthouse. Write for lioaorviitlons. NOW OPEN AO ATE BEACH LAND CO. Office located at Hotel. Lots and acreage for mile. Several fumUhed Cottages Tor Beut Agate Beach a Kindred Activities, Make Inroads 1 on Newport's Summer Population! (By Lamar Toota.) Allister house. ' Newport, Ore., Sopt. I.--Autumn, Ana P. Ituise, of Ilullns, is another At I 1 ..in, uuinr, mi i-uiui, m nimim-r Xj Willi its hop picking and the eoiiimenc-1 of the recent visitors td Nye Iteach, Corvallis State bank, accompanied the Sunday excursion to the beach. A A. Willi n mill mi' K ill ir linn T Spend Your Summer at fl'11 (l "te uhW. m hool, i tnro, uml jaml in Htnviuir ut tho Now t'liff Houho T A fl Ti 0wi111rf 1m lii'k'iiiiihiir tit V,u it nl-l . . v . ' ... a il Alfal IV A. - f 1 Hf n 11-1 lru I If i Iik I 'tin -11 ,F W .mi I 1 fiM'tM ill tint IY1.V 41 1' II iliriltillir tt.'ili-il f . ' .' . . , : " , "1 iin umiHitf 1 no wo nmnimr viAitor ..pre : " ; 4iH.M.It.nh. Tl.n w.'ok Ihih oou h .1; L,ul nr ?tavuii, ut th, MvAU.st,r. I ,?Cl "ts' Tir mvut 8UMt r ironoo in uo mmihor or arnvHin uii.i . It ' , , , 1. ... .. ' lilt' ttln uilliint.tr t V.iuiu.rf ...! I .L . 11 TENT CITY NTE BEACH Furnished Cottages and Tent Houses Write for rat's and reservations. V. O. M No. 5, A. J. Van Wassenhove, Proprietor MEET ALL BOATS lldivexer, Ihe actual dose of tne season! during 'tile week for Sau Francisco, ti... ..1 . . 1 . . . 1 .. where be will ntten,t the emuiHitiiin 1 1111 ReiiNiiu la uirennv i(iiiir lliail llliv . for a number of vea'rs past, and t.ui't ' .. ) l"rty eonsistiiiK uf Ir. and Mrs. it will continue throughout September j , ',!,' l" Mr' VV ' l' N" M M' ," is coiilidehtlv expected bv New potters' ""'"I"""1 '"! ', "allet, motored ho have wiitched the ru'iuiug and o- t, C,r ,r,""1 K'; J"ri"K ,l" w,,,k' utt of seaM.ns for venrs. The uupie-1 ,r Ml"1 .,r?- "'l-'f l- Toi.e, Jr., eedented weather is ihe reason,' lw si ' 01 ''"Hi'" wh hv hwn weeks Newport has known no other "'"""""f .n f',r""K" '!"'" City, except ide.ll weather. The sun has r,',"u'' ' ntomobile tu their home miiiwii a paitiuliiv tor this section of i '"' ""' ,v' the ulobe that has been moM maiked.l !'' Jl'"' I'orotby and (irace Whipp 1 The reduction 111 numbers has ,, 1 ,,f !' '''''' the new beach r- little erfect ii-s t'i, variety of activ "V! "i U.. ;VII",,,'r "'' ,ities of these who are left.' And the M' J-ha V" """ V''. '"'r uiiportnnities for nclivitv have not beeu ! , ?' ' !",",Mr- 'f Hobbitrd. who jautiii. An Indinu fair at Silet itml 'l''f ''. "t the old play attinctions of Newport lm f ", ' '"'"l,u ,or "-ir nomes mir- Dnllas. who has beeu eu.joy iiiji a fortnight of rest at Nyo Iteach, returned for his home Sun day. Othn White nn innt rue tnr in tim VlnT. t.ia Itiirk b.l,.J ; U ln e... : ..... u,h" mini: ,1, iiiimii iul n , , V. . Mitchell, of Cliemawa, is liass- T . Iiir a few days at this resort as a j T0 HAVE WAVY HAIR Kiiest of the Ahbev. LIKE NATURE'S OWN M a.i l. r n .. 1 ... 1 I sk ... . uiim ...i.-., 1. iriTviiiMiiiiii nun; jfc; dnilirllterS. I.eiili nn.l Tfima nf Mot.im I ifc Jk lk 4 si, J. a. a. ... ... " : .....v...,, i- -i- t -e .p 5. f. 3.; at; are ainoii the newcomers who havei oHned a cottnKe at Sea Crest. Here's a brand new recipe, of tin- Mr. and Mrs. ,1. K. Caples and son. ! questioned merit, that I advise vou to tillle. and illlllellter ITelnn nf T'nrf. nmkrt nf . ' . . I, , , . " ' i uiiit-ns jiiu are one or tno ilnnil, wlnt have been suminernifi; at ! few possessors of naturally wavy h-lr HnidshaW""0 r(V'Ut 81,08,8 f '"I -al'needdo i8 . ,, .. . . i apply a little liomd ai nmr . Aiian nynon. of Ni em, is a guest at! niL-ht with n ele., ......u i V , . - 1!. M. Hofer ecu. .t A,-i.,l Z. ,h ' cU?' . " ."h. 'h-and in Heach. n . I ."u" "lor'K 'Ott-viU find this has dried ....... i nns nun waves tmnuin m t(t itm H''e,'Liu X,.'.w.l,.or! ,V,r week-end. IWHHI. ttUMmi 4 inmnnrt Miitoiorn. nron oni nf th .t,Tt f r,'5",l,r " '''" "I Newport have iironieii n 1111 e avenues lor encesa en eri'v. The Indian tnir is a new attrac New Cliff House AT THE BKACII Hot and Cold Water in Lvery Room FREE Iil'S MEETS ALL POATS W.D. Tropriotor in the weel. VVulter V. filler. i.f i. ,;.-. in a short vacation at Nye lWach as tiou of this bench, wl.ici will be. oi.ie ! I!"1 " va, atie at 1 k.i..i.;.. . 1.. 1 :"e ituest of the Nuolnl. .., n. .iiiiii, in in. r.aiiiiiiin Ul IdlllUlll I a ., I,........L ,..,,,..,.11.,.. 1 .1.-..1 I Mr' nd Mis. II. I hlii! and family. land a diiuni.t.e ii.t.u prelatioi. oM.on- !, h , .7 'i,V', W.l', '"V Wi'n. "b' telluw's "Hiawatha" were the urin "' "r '".y ' - .u. . .... nn .ii'i'wiiiM ior (aeir ii.nl 1I..H1M tl... 1)...... .!...-. " ' " ' 1 Ihe Iwir wis well attended by beach folks, who made the trip to the reser vation, 1'.' miles, til her on foot or by automobile. Mr. and Mrs. Waller F i.-lmU of 'Culls (itv. ileoarled M..,lv- l.v .,.,. imibile fm their Tulk county huuie after a seveial data' mil with Mis l.t.iol land Lamar Too'.e at the llaikleroad coltane, .Mr. Nichols is a well known banker of Falls fity. The trip was made ia Kiuk 's valiev. Mr. and Mrs. f. Hate and family, of Albany, left fur their home on Sat urday alter puasinn a brief acaliou ! the t'herrv -il v. ,1. II. So laune. of Salem, i a-ikinrii home the first nf t!ie u-.,.,L Mr. and Mrs. A. Foster, of Salem, are anions the new arrivals at the Mc Allister luaise at Nye Iteach. .1. I'. Thompson, of Salem, it pasting the week-end t the ltrad.shaw. .Indue and Mrs. II. F. Khodiw, of McMiiiiiville, lell fur their home the first of (he week after enjoying their vacation at Nye Iteach, where tney were encnttiiKeii al t'uy fmp. Jud'e Khodes is former county judga ot Vamhill county. Mr. and Mr. A. A. Keene, iW Salem, arrivisl at Sea t'rest Saturday, where they anticipate passing a two winOia' vacation. Kussel Wiiii-hcombe of Salem arrived the middle of the week mid is ,i,t'i,u ui ouhhk ai tne .vcvuister, u P.,1... i 1.. . . 1 1. .. ,u '" Kubv and Violet, of alem, are amonR1' ,;lu-v Wl11 bo M lke Nature's the newcomers reuistwed at the Me-iJ "' .ng 1,0 r,iblance to the ef- reei pro.iuccl ,v a hot iron, which is so MMTtTTTTTTTTTTTI Newport Transfer Baggage delivered to any part of the city. REPRESETATIVE ON ALL INCOMING TRAINS Will check your baggage from your residence to any railroad point. Wood For Sale Livery Rigs and Saddle Horses . H. H. CROWDIS, Proprietor t ! the newcomers rcjjijtered 'at the M Mrs. ( lis -les r.r...,rx. .r nll ... vioslv artificial riv.t.1 wid, ii... ......1. .'-.I '..1 The aoolicntiim ia mlK. I...f: ...... .h.. ,,- ,-,,-eu euii tiBiiors, hiki 1 . . ' oi.h.. ucin-Liciai 10 is registered at the Abbey. 1 1110 hair tt.m K i'8 it that lively lustre so! l 11' f 11. a a . I 111 II. ill il.iiilan I a !i I .wn. 11. r.. r.vertun ana iinncnter, Louise, (rf Albany, have opened an at tractive t'ottace t Sea Crest. Mrs. Mary Lat hell,, and son, Elbert, of Salem, who are pasainir their vaca tion at Nye Iteach, are staying, at the McAllister. Miss Florence Hofer la listed among tne capital city visitors at this resort, she is a house guest of her brother, R. M. Hofer, at his co?v cottage at Agate Heneh, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stiff ler and mmher, Mis. Stifi,.r, 0f Salem, are among the recent arivals at the Mc Allister. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Hav and dauch- ler, Faye. and sou, Kdwa'rsl. who have . .' t . t'.,. ....... r. n . ; much desired. As it is so easy to i.t.,; a few ounces of the liquid silmerine from your druggist-sufficient to keep the hair curly for many weeks there's no reason now for putting up witn either that straight, contrary hair or with the curling iron nuisance. M irie I'emnrest in I'ilgrim Magazine. Apple Pie Bar, Room Lunches Things That Help Dentists San Francisco, Sept. 1. Apple bar room lunches, tooth jacks, hair ("H Blltl WOPlI if .V.1 1 a.. I SEA CREST COTTAGES ttiUHT AT THE BEACH Twe and Three Room Furnished Cottages Close to the Stores at Nye Beach. Electric Lights-City Water-Sidewalks i-scvt uii,, Oregon !'"' ' l"n. r.lllirll n. . ...1 i ' Bsmtwattmsmmamssmsamsmm (111,1 R,in. r .iwaffai wnn nnvn . . .... iiih-ill re.i ,,. . been summerin,. t ,k. n ,.,' i..e. ! business getters for dentist. .1 r. . l r' Irnncis McAlliwell. nf it 1.... .Sunday for their home. Mr, Hav is M ma lnciio dental congress today and I t.oth ,r', k8 ""i' dentists best nmiiier or cx uovcrnor Hay. , (winy anil f. . ueiiusta popcorn and peanuts toothache preven-1 ? 1 Mmess was concerned. ive. "iv ostaniishment of Hi tooth ut caiein, nioioreu to; ... si , . , i-iu oi itwiKirt last uct ,,...1 . ,.;., 1 Women are snid t.t mi k..., , uie.ining parlors n,i;,,i; ...t... , rM . , . nr "'iier (ien-i rii. , t- . tmes. vacation here. "sis man men because their l,.n,iJ.. 1 ' y-. f- -M alone, of n uiiM-rK una riliu V rnnlfn. 1. man .. u.ii- Pr. ti. K. ..l., ... 1,.: "'. . v ...... .. . ... .11.- , ,r. ,r . "amis; i:A. ...,. -- . - .....-nuiir, ne- . . .. . -.-.., eavuti, .Miini! iiritris oitfiier. i . . . ..it uiiiKers imve at toil A I,I,mv- k k. :ll ... ...lltaVera ,l.l....l .. k... .. B ' t he Wor t.ull, ..... 1 " "U1 , n win rw a icw - --- - mi.u 10 nave the poor- .1,. .. . ousiness men in k-tvu. est reetn or any men n K.,.: "v v-ouiitrv. 1 in fr..., L.-Vk - i . Tt,:. J 1.1. :. . hard roll. a.M' " V. ' ',." T wnMP Pie also contril.,,... . V. . "'V' "nu .ITlt' - -.. is rti..!-,.,. in m. ieiiiiinii.i.1 w..v.. . u ... .n. iii.i.t,.,. i. urKiii ns goon tor chi droit u sum, lr. Fdgar B. Buell. of Kscondito. inougin men ami women ought to eon- Mrs. L. R member of the house nwrtv at the I't-ar ton cottago at Sea t'rest." 1'e. it .shafer, of S,m, recently ar rived and is registered at the McAllis ter house. O. H. Uarret, of YVedling, is sojourn- '?,!,sJ.N-v ,ll'l,l'n " of the New tlifflloiise. Mr. and Mrs Vim... r.:.. t v.. gene, were among the motorists' who ar- busv Many interesting side trips, such as the Devil's Punch Bowl, Otter Rocks, Keceta Head, the Lighthouse, and many others of never-failing interest. Agate, Jaspers and Moonstones on the bparVi making much-prized souvenirs. First-class hotels, rooms, cottages and tents for rent at reasonable rates. A1..a 1 sider a pleasure to have their teeth! "ample of a maV'K wiuVu "The patient shouU be joyfu, .ml !a!;e7,o:n;uchin WrU' hM " 1!' Z"M t0mW The deter-' IV. Ida Menges-Boyd. of Lo. Angele, Mico ha. irV n"' WBn" ,0 woman dentist, said men dentist, were'sernt Mc Allister House NTE BEACH . Overlooking- the Oceaa Board, Rooms, Housekeeping Apartments and Tent Houses. Bun by Salem People for Salem People. MeaU Served Home Cooking Mrs. Bertie Shafer roprtetres A Catflf fl IllAfil ....t A - ft . t in J0arnal N.w TU., 'TT-t4-Tsyaf i i raies. , . "ccaCS. Newport. OreirnTi'fl a shores of vaj "oummer resort on the snores oi Yaquma Bay and PaHfu , envirtr, y . ac"lc cean, is now j v-uui sea breezes tm a , sfiftnirw ulcezes. nnest natural w avii m me west. . . .