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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1919.
BUY TOUR HEAT AT
VAN ORDEN'S MARKET
SPEND YOUR EVK.MXOS
HOT SEA BATHS
- W. T. Crocker. Prop.
OPPOSITE CLIFF HOUSE,
WRITE FOR RATE O.N" A FEW
KEAT AND CLEAN HOUSE
A. L THOMAS
Agates Cut and Mounted
2:1 years in business
C E. WAIT
Agate Cutter and
Open the Year Round
NYE BEACH, NEWPORT
Newport Beaches See Steady
Flow of Visitors From Torid
Temperature of Inland Areas
H. H SAXTON
(Formerly of Salem)
Pout Office Block
Newport, July 21. The summer seu-1 Charles Wulker and "iff of Forest
son in rapidly advancing at tbi beach Orove motored over to the oeach the
which is enjoying an exceedingly large Mast or the week and will remain tor
! share of the ea shorn patronage. The; the summer.
weather conditions throughout the past jr. a. Briggs departed Tuesday for
ween were an mai couiu m ukmh-u hw home Kt Molilalia. Ohio. Hi fami-
Crust Son Meat!
Out of Town Order Carefully Tack!.
CITY DELIVERY !
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
I'll ONE 34 ji!
BEST LINE OF
AND LUNCH (3001)8 IX THE CITY
Newport's " Big Town
And lee Cream Plnee.
Front Street, Newport,
ROGERS GROCERY AND
Everything in Groceries Confectionary
and lee Cream. Fruits, Vegetables,
Cigar and Tobacco. Both lu and out
of Season, t
Also Fresh fish
Comer Coast and Beach St.
NYE BEACH, NEWPORT, OJIE.
WE HAVE COME TO STAY
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Hot and raid water. All mod
Furnished tent and cottages
ONLY ALL-AROUND HOTEL AT THE BEACH
t Location, Service and Accommodations the Best.
ami tin- uuai routiuj oi seusiuo liieas
uiea has kept the visitors' time fully
occupied. Time never lag with .New-i
port ploasaie seckeis. Its it eouiuiou
complaint that it slips away all too,
swiftly and many feel a tho a misfor-!
tune had overtaken them "when their j
vacation rcache a cloe and they turn'
their face homeward and to the swel
tering heat of the interior.
The first auto accident of the sea
son happened Thursday ou lha oeoan
beach Hear Otter Hock, when a car
occupied iby Mr. a:id Mr. iC. K. West
and .Mr. Leightuu and wife of Port
laud, running at a high rato of speed
struck a soft spot, or "chuck hole" iu
'the. atid a 'id turned turtle. The ma
chine was bally damaged and Mr.
Wo: t who was drising had hi right
liouldor and collar bone dislocated
and was otherwise quite -badly bruised
the other occupant Luckily est aped
with trifling injuries and a severe
shaking up. it u great temptation to
'ftutolsU to speed along tho apparently
Confectionary simooth level beach, but at the mine
time it divided!) dangerous a-s there
aro quite frequently soft spots in the
sand or more coiniiioiily "chuck hole'
that are not easily detected and invar
iably insure disaster when struck tby a
The Nye beach Xatatoriuw offer
another attraction to it younger class
sf patron. Swimming contest, and also
inving contests will bo held every Pri-
dny evening and prir.es awarded to the
winners and the free use of the pool
ii li I i 1 the following Friday, Contests
are separate tor boy and girls.
Dancing continue to be Hie popular
evening pastime. The Casino hall, with
naJkor. well known orchestra, opened
for the season Kntuiday evening while
Hie. Army and Navy club hall is con
ducted by .Ve.Coriuick a orchestra of
Portland. Both are well patronized by
lovers of the light fantastic.
Nor is the big skating link in auy
. II. 1'. Black of Portland bs leased
the 0burn hotel, or Saunders building
at Nye beach, and changed its name
to the Manor hotel, aud will operate it
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Blain of Albany
are hero for their usual summer out
ing. The 14.ii u have been regular
summer visitor at this beach for more
than twenty years past.
Mrs. leo. William and daughter Isa
belle of Portland aro visiting with
friends at Vaqiiins.
Judge Ryan nud family of Salem, ar
rived Monday evening and will upend
the summer at their Nye beach cottage.
Cspt. Wm. 'Huffam and family of
Portland arrived Monday evening aud
expects to remain for a few we'ks, on
arrival here, however, the eaptr.in re
ceived a telegram announcing the ser
ious Mine- of his brother at Portland,
and may have to return home any mo
ment. Mrs, C. F. dray aud bnby of Portland
arrived Monday evening and aro visit
ing with relatives here for a few weeks
Mrs. Iola Armandy and children re
turned home Moinlar to Portland.
Rev. J. R. X. JW II and wife return
ed home Mondav to Corvalli. Ther
ly will remain for the summer.
Capt. Huffam was called to Portland
Wednesday by tho illness of his broth,
er. His family will remain at the beaeh
Mrs. C, Hoxie of Portland arriv
ed Tuesduy evening and will spend a
vacation at Nye beach.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tweedalc of Al
bany arrived Tuesday evening and will
spend the summer at their Nye beach
Mrs. I I.. Boalt and family of Port
land arrived Tuesday evening and are
MERGER CONTINUES FIGHT
'Japanese Paper Denounces
Attitude Of U.S. In Pacific
Washington, July J Victor Be
j;er'n attorney, Heiiiy CoiUom, was to
untition uroniuents nf Iiith1 techliii'.ali
.,. oh.,, o,,. h., A,,i,in., i,u,ii-,. !u" l'taiii i.eo, Julv ii'. ' 'Amerii
imo Hi rgiT ipmiituatuins to sit in H'iU'le lo..li .Ieiicu to lie iu
en gre, met today. every resH 't ilen mi cid jtut America ii-
Herger stated that o long s the instigatiuK -mri Jiipanee ngilatiens in
bearing coiiliiuie along lejjal lines : various place. I'liia sttilu.le of Anieri
Si" -7 - v.-..- w.. , k . t,,,r, d
. jclare the Vorj CUo.-o, nn independ
jeu Japanese i ew5,).!nr r eeivtd tudav
"This fact, together with the roll
ecntratinti of a large fleet in the Pa
pifir ileene,4 irifoiiint roi'ul'leration
by the Jtiwm ie," the arVI continue r.
''Nenstor Piielaa has miid' a dowa
'ri(;ht anti-,laanee declaration in d.n
ItfrfA. itenoum-it lit, i . ti.
jthe tlermah of the Orient. Declaring
i that it could not lie held if Japan '
'feelings hoiilil be wounded in Older to
! insure Ameru-a's interests, he ur. nb
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''Tins 1 mily Mr. l'helun' opinion
but it is difficult to under. innd why
it is iiitemled to injure Japan 's feeling
liv suck a utatement while Jn
faithfully olerving the gentlemen
agreement. 1 he rerrnt attitude of the
.Ciiited Stt U entirely rontrair to
the spirit of the leagar of nalious and
is causing ill f-eling among the ariou
(N'ople f the world."
Kidney, liver, bli .1 Jor nj uric acij
troubles are nwst dangdrotis be
cause of their liisiJ:ju attacks.
I!h?4 the first wjini'.ng they rivj
tht they neej attention by Ukin
r r r ."- n
I . 'h i! fy .
Ta worlJ's stanJrd rmJjr for thr
diiorjfrs, v-ill ofwn lrj vH h itk
and trtifii.i ii b -Ijr icauisi
lufihw atiicis. 1 hr.iii -j. ;i ilrugiiB.
l- th. nam. C ill M J 1 r. a mtmy W
mw4 kcI lAiua
encamped near the ocean beach for
month s outing.
Mrs. ('lias. Booth and daughter Miss
Ida of Portland are spending a few
weeks visiting with Mr. aud Mrs. Dun I
Miss Grace linn of Portland arrived
Tuesday evening and is enjoying- her
summer vacation with friends at this
F. J. barr of Portland is spending a
few week vacation here.
Mis Margaret flhormley of Taeoma,
Wash, is spending her vacation visit
ing with Prof. W. H, I,ce aud family.
Samuel Schmidt has returned home
to Portland, his wife will remain visit
ing with her sister, Mrs. Delia E. Mur
ray, at her Nye leach cottage for somC
Wesley and Hattie Stiiyton of Rain-
back, Iowa, are registered at the Cliff
house this week.
T. .1. Wilkini mid family of Eugene
aro among the guests at the Cliff house
Judge B. Me Knight and fjinily of
Albany are spending their summer va
cation at this 'bench. The judge was
called back to Albany 'riday on bus
ines matters but will rejoin his fami
ly during the week.
Mr. X. Hteveiis aud daughter Doro
thy of Berkeley, i'al., are sending the
summer visiting with Prof, W. H. Lee
Rev. Snyder and wife have returned
home to Corvalli after enjoyiug a
abort outing hero, ,
E. A. Schifflor and wife of Pendle
ton and Mr. Shonkwilcr . of Portland
autoed io the beach Tuesday end will
remain for a week or more.
Wm. Booth and wife of Portland mo
tored over to the beach Tuesday. They
are on an outing trip and will, visit
other sections of the state before re
turning home, Mr. Booth is connected
with the Portland Light and Power Co.
l.yle Iiceda and family are among
the Portland people to arrive this weok.
E. V. Evans of Portland and L. O.
Evans of Corvallis are among the
guest at the Anmon house this week.
Mr. Emile 'F. Pernot and daughters
Misses Amy and Mabel of Portland
are comfortubly domiciled in their Nye
beach cottage for the runnier.
Mrs. A.idnnv Dolman of Portland
and Mrs. 1. N. Woo.bi and Mrs. H. C.
Eakin of Dallas arrived Tuesday and
are enjoying their summer vacation
outing at Xyc ibeaeb..
I). Hiannon, wife and daughter of
fVattte are registered at the Orand this
l. and Mrs. Jose Partello, V. S. A.,
and child are spending a vacation at
(Capital Journal Special Service )
Silverton, Or., July 22 (til Beutson
j left Sunday morning for a sacatiou at
(5eorge W. Steelhammer, the Recall
man, is visiting his brother, Or. William
Steelhammer, at Vale, Oregon.
George W. Davis has accepted a posi
tion with the Kuvkendall Drug com
pany at Eugene and with Mis. Dt.vis
: will move to that aity next week. Mr.
. Davis has been employed at the Kexall
I store in Silverton during the post four
j Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Service of Port
land are visiting Mr. Service's parents
in this city.
I.eonurd I.tusen and Eddie iivans are
taking their vacation at the beach.
Mrs. F. D. Browne, wife of Lieuten
ant Browie, and little son "Buster,"
are spending the summer with Mr.
Browne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Browne. They arrived from Long beach,
( nl., last Monday.
I.. 0. Eastman has returned from Sea
side. Mrs. Arthur Joh'nson went to Eugene
a few days ago to get acquainted with
her little nephew, who arrived at the
Lorenee Simmons home lnt Fuday.
Mr. Johnson ha been assigned the
agencv of the Ford cars in Gilverton
and is in Eugene on business this week.
Harold Craig, ft man who has seen
will return to the beach again later this beach,
in the season to finish their vacation. Captain E. A. 'Xesbitt sad wife de
Mrs. Kobt. .NeUon of yterville, 'parted this morning for Washington.
AS ash., is spending a vacation visiting j!. Nesbitt ha been stationed at
with friend at tin beach. Newport since the beginning- of the
Otto Labidee of Walla Walla, Was., ! spruce pioiluet ion operations,
is sojourning at this reaort. lie arrived I Mr. and Mis. F. W. Cookman and
Sunday evening. family of Portland are at the Damon
Miss Edith Wai field of Corvalli ar for anetttion outing at this beach,
rived Tuesday evening and s speudng Mrs. Helen A. Clark and Miss Helen
her va. aton at :Nye beach wth trends. Lewi. of Portland are enjoving a vaca
F. A. Kiuipu and fajilv of Portland
arrved early a the week aud are ntenJ
ing the summer at their Agate beach
U. O. Terry and family of Salem are
enjoying a season of camp life at tui
guest at the Damon.
Ed D. Smith, wife and son Ed Jr.,
of Jefferson are enjoying a month's
Virgil Frink and bride of Philomath
beach, lhey arrived Monday evening are spending their honeymoon at thi
and are encamped near the oecau beach beach. They were married at Corvallis
We Walter and family of Corval- 'isyturdar.
lis are encamped nenr the ocean beach L.
"Forget If -Buy At Home
Thompson, wife and son of Carl
ton motored over to the beach the lat
trr part of the week for a ten day
C. A. Kirkpairick and family ef
Portland ere enjoying the cool a air
at the lliff house this week.
Mis. (!. B. Power of Salem is among
the late juest to arrive at the Cliff
Violet Feeler of C rot on, S. 1)., is vis
ititig at this iM-ach.
Mr. W. J. Carrol and Xiha T. Kuan
of Eugene are p,-nd ng their summer
outing at Nve hrh, and are gnetts
at the Cliff house.
1- Shirley and wife and P. 0.
Shirley and his neohew nf Vnleniri
a .ssJa of re.l and recreation at tin 'are gi'i.-sts at the Cliff house for the
... Jba'anee of the month.
(trover near and family of orvallt
are t th-s rsirt f jr thivr summer ant.
for tbeir summer outing.
j. S. Crowell of Portland is rustieat
ui at th s b, . i.
A. F. Fratiklvn of Portland is rerji
tered at the tiiaud tins week for an
Mr. and Mr. ( hs,s. S. Cowan of Oak
land, Cal., are among the guests at the
grand this week.
.1. W. Traver and wife of Piaias
ville, Kim , sre enjoying the cool sea
air and eoast s.-enery at this beach.
They are registered at the (irand.
Hsrold Wilson qf Ounliridge, Idaho,'
1 guest at the grand this week, and
eaioyiug hi fimt sis.t to the sea shore.
D. J. Hivker of Portland i enjovinf
service overseas, is expected to arrive
here this week.
Harold Riches is homo again after
more than two years of service with the
A. K F.
Lyle Johnson was in Salem Sunday.
H. E. Browne was in Salem on busi
Elmer Olsen is tuking his annual va
cation in the mnuntnins thi year.
Spencer Baxter of Portland is visiting
his parents here.
H. Phillips and wife of Scio visited
with Mr. and Mrs. V. 8. Davis Sun
day. ' '
DeWalt Wolford went over to Salem
Sunday to take a look at the uirplnne.
Lieutenant Browne and Aviator
Frencee took a trip bv air route over
Silverton and vicinity Sunday evening.
He flew about 300 feet above the city.
Mrs. W. L. Cunningham nnd Mjrtle
Thorson r.re spending a few weeks at
Ruasel M. Brooks, son of Postmaster
J. H. Brooks of this city, expect to sail
for Holland on the steamship Rotterdam
August 1. The young man has bren np
pointed vice consul to Holland and will
bo gone at least two years.
"she purr she claw she scratch yet, mort Dieu, how
she love" "she creep stealthily she watch her op
portunity then she strike with lightning speed " for
she was truly "THE WILD CAT OF PARIS." See
this amazing play, featuring the startling; new Star
Don't dare to miss this play of the hour this play that is
entirely, unusually and distinctly different from any (
thing you've seen in years it wiU touch your heart
i strings t'will thrill you will grip you you'll be i
just fascinated with it. See it at " s-
THE OREGON-Toraorrow And Thursday
Lyle Johnson and Knut Diggeruessi Disregarding the strike, practically
went to Portland Monday to bring home! 'U the onion electrical workers of Al
anine new Fords for Arthur Johnson. j b"Il.v r- W(!nt ' Brownsville to repair
,, , .. , the telephone service that was destrav-
Harry Curson and wire returned Mon-L i ,, .
' l;o in the fire that swept that eity.
tiny after spending sonic time visiting
relatives in eastern Oregon. ! Por.iand fire losses were icss by 37,-
1 1 I "oO i'er Ihe first x months of the fiscal
Barbershops in Taeoina have etarted'yenr than for the forrespondhj period
closing at 9 p. in. instead of 10 p, in. of the previous year.
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