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About Corvallis daily gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon) 1909-1909 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1909)
CORVALLIS DAILY GAZETTE
Published every evening except Sun
day. Office: 259-263 Jefferson street,
corner Third street, Corvallis, Oregon.
PHONE - 210
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-,. all remittances payable to the Corval
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CORVALLIS WEEKLY GAZETTE
Published Every Friday
Entered at the postoffice at Corvallis,
Oregon, as second class matter.
One year, in advance $2.00
Six moths, in advance t.oo
GHAS. L. SPHIHGER, Editor and Publisher.
" I am fully convinced that there are
unmistakable evidences of prehistoric
man to be found in . the mounds of
Linn County, Oregon," said Professor
Horner to his summer school class in
ancient history this morning. "Craw
ford the Photographer and Doctor Hill,
both of Albany, have personally made
explorations and observations and taken
photographs that are deserving of
much consideration. For they have
discovered tumuli or mound, from which
they have exhumed some, remarkable
specimens of antiquity. These discov
eries are remarkable because they in
dicate similarity of religious burial and ; the stater
in this way help prove the common ' Valley, No.
brotherhood, the religious character
and progressive tendency of primordial
man on tne Pacific Coast.
" Confessedly his condition was very
simple, possibly rudimentary. But let
us not call him the "monkey man" al
though his receding forehead and un
developed cerebrum suggest a very low
type of humanity a type possibly
more animal than human. Though
there be local evidedces that the earliest
types of men existing in Oregon as
revealed by mounds were lower than
cannibals, let us think of them as men
living in the babyhood of the world
fulfilling their disposition to progress
so long as conditions are normal."
With the election of officers for the
ensuing year the business session of the
Grand Lodge of the Knights of Pythias
was brought to a close Tuesday after
noon at Pendleton, f
The officers elected are: Grand chan
cellor, Frank Menefee, of The Dalles;
grand vice-chancellor, Darwin E. Yor-
an, Eugene: grand perlate, Geo. Schul
merich, Hillsboro; supreme representa
tive for a term of four years, L. M.
Curl, Albany; grand keeper of records
and seal, L. R. Stinson, Salem; grand
master of exchequer, H. M. Maloney,
Pendleton; grand master at arms,F. H.
Rosenberg, Cottage Grove; grand inner
guard, Geo. Knight, Hubbards; grand
outer guard, S. M. White, Klamath
Falls; grand trustee, G. C. Moser, Port
This will make the 14th consecutive
term for Stinson and the 6th for Ma
loney. Tne other officers are all new.
One of the features of the afternoon
session was the enthusiastic report of
Grand Chancellor Moser. ' Naturally a
popular officer, he has had a most suc
cessful year, and the reading of his re
port was frequently interrupted by ap
plause. At the conclusion he was given
one of the biggest ovations ever tender
ed a man by the Grand Lodge.
Following are the delegates in attend
ance at the Grand Lodge session of the
! Knights of Pythias from this part of
Yates, Victor Moses.
Dowdall, No. 16, of Brownsville A.
C. Foster, T. C. Isom.
Laurel, No. 7, of Albany Willard U.
Marks, C. C. Bryant, J. S. Van Winkle.
Homer, No. 45, of Independence W.
L. Bice, A. C. Moore.
Lucullus, No. 52, of Junction City
Edward Bailey, B. S. Hyland.
Dr. Long Will Return.
Dr. O. B. Long, brother of M. M.
Long, of this city, who has been locat-
ed at La Grange, Tenn., for some time,,
has decided to come back to Corvallis,
which will be pleasing news to his old
friends here. The Falcon, of Sommerr
ville, Tenn., has the' following article'
on his leaving that section: "It is with
a great deal of regret to our whole
community that Dr. O. B. Long will
leave us and return to Oregon, his na- -tive
state. His fine courtesy, his gentle
ways, his professional ability have won
for him the love and affection of ojaF
people, but he has heard the call of thte
golden West; its memories have rdSx
riot through his youthful blood, and
though he says our girls are the sweet
est, ana lairest upon wnom tne sun ever
shone and our Southern-hospitality has
won his heart, he cannot resist the call.
Oregon papers please copy. We wailt
his home people to know what we think
of him." v
11, of Corvallis J. Fred
Star Theater Attractions
The Star will put on tonight two real
istic picture attractions for the enter
tainment of their patrons, one being a
thrilling story of love and adventure in.
Central America and the other a power
ful moral, both full of interest and
sure to please. At the Palace, Friday
and Saturday nights there .will be featur
ed three different subjects of talk pic
tures and 2000 feet of regular pictures,
a change from the usual program. .
Mr. and Mrs George Irvine and little
daughter, Juanita.ieft this morning for
a week's visit to relatives and friends
at Brownsville. :
There will be a special communication
of Corvallis Lodge No. .14, A. F. and A.
M. tonight, with work in the M. M.
degree. All members are requested to
be present. .""..
' Read thDAiLY Gazette for all news. ,
JF all-wool fabrics were the ..rule in men's
clothes there wouldn't be so much reason for
talking about being sure of getting all-wool clothes.
But all-wool isn't the rule ; most of the men's clothes
made today are made from fabrics with cotton in
This is true of practically all "cheap" clothes we use the word cheap
to mean price; a suit at $10 or $12 or even $15 is pretty apt to be cotton.
But even when you pay $20 or $25 you can't always be sure of all-wool ; be
cause the weavers and clothing makers 'are certainly very skillful in the way
they make cotton mixtures look like all-wool. -
The safe way, the best way, about the only sure way we know of, to
get all-wooL is to get Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. They use none but
all-wool fabrics ; you can depend on it every time.
You'll get the tailoring and style, too.
Suits $20.00 to $30.00
This store is the home of the Hart Schaffner k
Stetson Hats Cluett Shirts Florsheim Shoes
' Grand Parade' ; -v :--:V;J'V--V-V"v.;:' j
: Music, Bands and Chorus 150 voices . j
Oration. . '
. - Sports, Races, Ball Game " :
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