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NEW THIS WEEK
HANDSOME PARASOLS and SUN
UMBKKLLA8, all samples, no two alike;
alio children's parasols.
LATEST SCOTCH TARTAN PLAID
MSLK HOSIERY for ladles and child
ren: high novelties, 60s. pair; Roman
stripes, 25c and 85c. '
LADIES SILK MITTS In Uce and taffeta,
l&c,-20c and 115c; . V;;'.'."i:.'.'-'
' BICYCLE GLOVES, cool and flexible,
with gauntiet tops, 66c, 83c and $1.00 per
BICYCLE SUMMER CORSETS. Correct
for riding, 26c, 40c and 50c.
GRADUATING MATERIALS, in French
organdies and real swtss; pure white and
pearl, l'c , 20c, 25c and 3&c yard.
Kew things in btlts, ringed sashes and scarfs, etc. ' ..
Ladles' summer Tts, 5c, 16c, 20c and 26c. .,
Sprim lhoulder capes and separate skirts: best values e-er shown here in under
i National tri-color and flag ribbons flags and bunting. Home prices.
McAllen & McDonnell
Th ExelMly Dry 6od House, .of the 'Worthiest...
COR. THIRD AND MORRISON STS., PORTLAND, RE.
TRADING STAMPS? YES! " -k'"- ':' ' '',.;.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. .t '
Born, at Oars's, May 19 th i to Mr. and
Mrs. -D. F.- Faust, son. o ..... .
Mia Laura Otinyerfii of Clatskanie, if
viaiting her sister, Miss Mary Oonyers'.
Noblitt's stable will run hacks to and
from the cemetery on Decoration day for
the convenience of the public.
Miss Stella Dawson, of Woodbum,
who has been visiting her brother., John
Dawson, returned home Thursday. .
Miss Ida Paine, who has been visiting
Miss Cora Miitson, of Woodbnrn, re
turned home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sawtell,' Miss
Saw (ell and Arthur C. Lewis, of Molality
were in Oregon City Wednesday.
Oountv Clerk Dixon issued a marriage
license Monday to Anna Iverson and O.
8. Chase, both of bandy.
Ednrin Ogle came down from Mar-
quam Friday, to hear Will R. King and
J. R. Sovereign talk at Shively's hall.
Julius Lippett. a prominent merchant
of Colfax, WaBh., is visiting Mrs. M.
Selling and family.
Mrs. Singer, accompanied by-her
daughter, Mrs.M. Messamore, of Port
land, were in Oregon City, Thursday.
Judge W. S. Orowell, of Jacksonville,
addressed a good sized audience at Us
wego Wednesday night.
Miss Jennie ''Beatie, who has been
teaching in the Pendleton schools for
the past year, returned home Thursday
morning. ,, ,
W. G. Beattie, who recently arrived
home from Eugene, where he nas been
attending the siate university, will fill a
position at Meacham station on the O.
R. N line, between Pendleton and La
Miss Josephine Chase, who has been
living wiih her aunt, Vlrs. R. D. Wilson
for the past two years, left yesterday for
her home at Colfax, Wash.
Miss Julia E.'Dotey, a nurse, who has
hpun atavin; at. the residence of T. F.
kind of meat you want as tie knows ,1 Cowing for the past two weeks, returned
vdiat his customer desire and keeps a to Portland Sal urd ry last.
Pure fruit flavored ice cream soda at
The pioneer meat market of C. Al
bright continues to" serve its customers
well and always keeps a large amount
Of fresh meits on hand.
" Last year's patterns of wall paper at
reduced prices. Five and 10c notion
counters. At Bellow? & Busch.
F. I. Andrews, the market gardener.
Has always on nana a large muuuui, vi
first-class apples, vegetables, pure cider
and cider vinegar. Give him a trial.
Kenworthy's restaurant and con
fectionery is now opened and ready to
serve first-class meals on short notice.
Oysters a specialty. Wheeler & Oram a
The most reliable goods at lowest
living cash prices are kept by the grocery
tore of Marr & Muir.
' J ustice court blanks 10 ceum per uuzcu
at Courier office.
We are the leaders over all others in
stylish millinery and popular prices.
Nottingham lace curtains, balance, o
lot fust received. Will close out at the
same old price. Oregon City Auction
, , T .
and take 15 oents a dish or two for Sioc,
Ice cream or ice cream soda 10c. ,
.In nr. nwnived ' 100 rolls of fine mat
a.ino. flail at once and get choice of
patterns. Oregon City Auction House
All our bicvcles have the nev depart
ure brakes, just the thing for riding in
this countv. Charman & Co., agents
for Columbia bicycles
We are leaders for stylish millinery
at popular prices. Celta Goldsmith.
F. I. Andrews, the gardener, as usual
Iihs the first young radishes and onions
of the season, oesioes oilier eariy vege
Alhrhrht is never "iust out" of the
c - .
full stock on hand and you don't need to
take "what's left."
A high grade warranted sewing ma
chine sells for $25 on easy payments at
Bellomy Sc Busch.
D. E. Kenworthy at the East Side Ry
. ...fiw.u aurM meals fr nvsters at all times
He also keeps a line of confectionery
fruits and cigars. ;
Hail the wagon of Mr. Andrews if you
want anything in the fresh vegetable
Our 130 wheels have the automatic!
brake ; you can go down any hill.
Charman A Co.t agents for
Trv Prier's ice cream and ice cream
(run navors. rruiia, uuw
Miss Vera Caufield has accepted a posi
tion as typewriter and assistant liook
keeper in a. prominent Seattle business
establishment, and left for the scene of
her future labors last Saturday. .
and conleCticnery of all kinds.
Dan Winians has. added to his stock ot davs under treatment for his eyes.
vrnenries and provisions a full line of ! eyesight has been restored, and
An attemp't will be made to reorgan
ize the Oregon City Band, and if the
business men display the required liber
ality in their support,., .they intend . to
give open air concerts, twice a week'. '
Gerald M. KellHer. of this city and
his niece. Miss Minnie Kelliher.of Port
land, spent Sunday with Brother Vlc'ibr
of the Oatholic Acadamy of Vancouver,
and also Visited Miss OlaraJSilver, at that
place. !: r .';,- " -,
' 8.0 Dillman, ol tVi city, has returned
from S.t Vincent hospital at Portland,
here he bas been lor the last thirty
W. H. Evans, the Canby tdruggist,
was in Oregon City Moftfta-y. .
Mrs. Dan Lyons 'wtHrned Batu,rday
frd'm a visit to friends at Molaila.' . ,,t ; ,
Kobert Oasseday.'of varus, vaa.-aj
visitor in Oregon Uity Wednesday.
Miss Minnie Harringtoir;bf Highland,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. E.' F. Storjr,
Charles MeserVe, of Columbia county,
was in Oregon. City for a couple of days
this week; ; ' "
Miss Pauline Campbell,. of Portland,
was . visiting friends' in Oregon City
during the week. : : , f .J V
George ; Harrington,, book-keeper for
Wiley B. Allen, at Portland, visited rel
atives here' last Sunday.'''' 'J
- Miss Nettie Chase "titi (or 'Portland
u.. .:n .. ?
yiccKs viBiiiiiK reiauve. . .
s.Wrs AVJones and Mrs..J. ,W. Wood
ward, of Cams, were visiting Mrs. E.H
Cooper during the week. V''-- ; :, ;.' v,i
WrDl Hartil1 of Hlls"bor-d. the nnioh
candidate! 'for circuilf fudge of this dis
trict, was in 0regon.Qity.:tu8(tay. ri V
Mrs. ;LVB; McFarlaiid and Dtori.yf
Gradon left Monday to visit relatives in
T..l.:. . t t 1 '''
(VHHiiingiuii ciyjiy ior. a lewciays. (
D-.'; O. MisAfee.' a 'prominent grand
army veteran" trf' PleasaHtHdme? is 'iki
the city receiving medical treatment. "''
Wtti-Hi'M HayeVnd' Ms Glo';
Herren spent Tuesday at the Jennings1
Mrtri; the gvjfesft"o1 'rrt?AbernethS!-" '
Miss Annie Alldredge left for Lincoln,
Oregon,' Wednesday, where she will
fiflit with hermother4er'sVfew days.;,,.'
A. M. Crawford, a Rosebnns attorney
and formerly receiver of the land . olfiee
at that place, was in the city Tuesday.
Mrs. Babcock, of Salem, accompanied
by' ;her daughter. Miss GraceWas visit
ing her brother, W. E. Pratt, Saturday.
Mrs acol. Shadev wife jof Countv
Tfea'surer Shade, left Friday for Bureau
county, Illinois, to yisitTier.qldpst Bon,
who is seriously ifl'.'" " - ,
Miss Helen Eastliam. who lias been
attending school at New Ydra'CitysJias
returned and will spend her vacation at
the Morev f arm , near Oswegoi k ; "t '
Howard .Eccles, who. has been ;teacher
of the Riverside school near faulty, for
the past year,' completed his- work last
Saturdayhand bas gone toPortlund.1'-'
. P. L. Oole'rnan.of Canby, i,-now:tea6h.M
ing the .Macksburg school.O. E. Xlenier;'
the former teacher having given up his
position to go to the iPhi.l'ipine jlslandfl
with the Oregon volunt- ers. ' ' '
. There will lie no services at the Pres
byterian churqh Sunday morning on ac
count of the memorial services at the
Congregational church The usual ser
vices, however, will'be held in the even
ing. ' : :
S. F. Sharp, one of the leading f ir-,
mers of the Stafford neighborhood, whs
in Oregon oity Saturday, lie reports
Hn unusual large acreage of wheat, 'which
givi'8 premise of an abundant yieldand
states that the. fruit prospects; .wure
never better. , .
A wild eved tvpo caused the name of
Miss Mabray MeOown to be ppfftted,,
Irom the list of Ulacisamiis countylappli-
cants, who were grunted teachers' cer
tihcates. .Mies Slut own passed a very
creditable examination for a third grade
ceriiucate. , . . :,.
County Superintendent Starkweather
has made arrangements for "the nori h'
hound overland S. P. tram to let oft all
teachers and others at the Harmony
croxsing, who desire to attend the meet
ing of the Clackamas Teachers' agsocia
tiou Saturday ; '
Snntlay pvening the 20th the Castor
of the Haotist c'ur h will speak on the
Duties of Citizenship at Home its well as
in the War. The importance of the.
work of those who remain at home will
be contrasted.' with the duties of those,
who have gone lohe war.
On Monday Christopher Bluhra,
native i'f Canada, went to the court
house , .and . reiKiunced , all alle
gi.tnce .to .me ..uueen .ot n-nauti 1 and
Ireland, and secured his final oitiseB
" Get your fruit jars and jelly tumblers
at Harris grocery. . ,,, ,v s :
-. Mr. .W; iT.; Lyota, witeof Dr. Lyon,;
the dentist, spent a portion of the week
in, 0;regon City, and will remove here in
a few days. -'
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General Beeoe, of ; the Oregon
National Guard, will address the people
in -the '; Methodist chinch on Sunday
evening, at the monthly patriotic meet
ing. . A cordial welcometo all to attend.
We can assure all who invest $40""In"a
Victor,: 1898, Model 35 bicycle, that they
ft re,, getting their money's worth, and
that a greater amount of iirvice and sa -isfactloh
cannot he foun t in anv other
bicycle on the market at an equal price.
Burini8ter $ Andresen. '
; Miss Florence Morey sang at the Mar
quam Grand Wednesday night at the
benefit given for .the Boys and Girl's
Aid' Society. Miss Morey is said to
have .made a decided hit at Weinhaid's
hall Saturday night in the May chorus,
aiid responded several-timet to encores.
v'S.;ftllmanrmeriy 6f this county,
but now;a resident of Columbia county,
wa8i,in;tth 'City in the early part of the
,vWW '. ueputy
y fiite'a States surveyor ,apd, was here as
li'n1 Wpyft wftness' iri ' a case Iw'f ore the
land office' in reference to sorire boundary
JiWaV l'sss a tit. '!'"'t ' ...
1 A-5tpletdid prtfgratn ia ieirtg prepared
for-.rikha .-iklaifliamas'VGouniy Sunday
jhfLjenyon vrhjch will convene
in thisttitv Ttiiirsdav eveninir. June 'Jth.
aridMinnuing',ahtii Friday ' evening,
june 1uv.11. xwiegaieB lruui every, pun-
dy sclioot;iriClackms eouhty , are ex-
Mr. and MrswSamifel Madddck. (nee
Mm 1 Bessie Biles,) of Seaside, ,Or who
have been" the guests of Mrs. F. L.
Cochrati, returned to their home, Thurs
day moTBitig, ThiS'is Mr. Maddock's
nrst visit JUx Oregon Uity; and) be was
very much impressed with )h.place.
Countv Clerk Dixon has arranged the
official, ballot, ior the various precincts
Uiackmas county, aoci me same is
ir in theWfiBif '61 tne printer. In the
precincts where all three of the parties
made:.:flowinati0ha fptHustioes .of the
peace and constables, -there will be 90
names oo'the ballot, and the voter can
take.iiis choice".:" t it,,J. ..-.v
Mies Hat'tle E.'Da'vi and H. A. Web
ster, both et Clackamas, were married
at-the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and i rs.r. i . uavis, Tuesday, May ztn,
Rev H.. W. Young, of Portland, otfici-
atinir "Mr. 'Wet'ster is I ustice of the
peace Of Olackahias precinct, bat ma
( m . : ' t . VS':.
aw HiutE.o.iu uregou vity.
fhe"J rjantetaf '"'David the Shepherd
Uov,!' that was advertised to have taken
place on Wednesday this week, but was
postponed' .011 account of other enter
tainments in town, will be given on
Wednesday evening, June 1, beginning
promptly at 8 o'clock. There will be a
arge ujooiiugm river excursion irum
I'ortland to attend the Cantata. Prof.
Zihu's orchestra will be one of the fea
tures; i?f the evening. ' ." '
Morning service in the Baptist church
at lo's30 conducted hi the pastor .Rev.
ivi L. .Rugg. ' Theme of sermonj-"The
.ilissioil ui 11m viiurcu in me wonu a
Progress." , In the evening at8.45the
service willi be of a memorial character'
with special music of a patri tic nature.
Subject of the evening sermon "The
Duties of the Oitizen Patriot Oompared
with those of the Soldier." Everyone
invited. - ' ;:
If you are going to Klondike or only thinking
about it. We invite you to call and inspect
, We have an entire floor i do feet by 75 devoted
. ' .exclusively to Klondike supplies, including
Blankets, Rubber Qoods,
Shoes, Tents, Fur Caps,
Groceries & Proyisioiiis,
, of all kinds, at; Lb WEST' PiES. Ve pack
. and deliver everything free orichargel at the
, u wharves either at Portland, Tacoma or Seattle.
MOYFJi CLOTHING CO.,:;
Sand for Klondike Catalogut ?ree
BEN 5BLUNQ, Manager
Georee E. Howeit!" formerly' of this I hands of the officers; Chief Burns has
city, has been awarded 11000 by Judge'" .hl possesion somft under clothes,
feed and hay. Goods delivered to all 1 1 iliman is the happiest man in town
. . . ' . I in-nAa Gattanlk I .. ....
pans 01 me cuy inf .uo.o..vu,
and Center streets
, ,G. H. . Young's second hand store can
furnish you with furniture, stoves, hard
ware, etc., at less than one-fourth what
. aame would cost new and they are just
as good and will last as long. Give him
i a trial. ' ' '"' ' " '.' '' .;
: ; When hi Portland be sure and call at
the Royal restaurant where you can get
the best 15c meal in the city. 253 First
etreet, corner of Madison. Wm.
r Bohlander, proprietor.
1 The Club tonsorial parlors. P. G..
Shark, proprietor, shaves for 10 cents.
A full line of cigars and tobacco is kept.
45 cents round trip from Oregon City
to Portland , and return via ooumeru
Pacific trains. One way rate 25 cents.
Ti bt now on sale at Tailroad depot.
Trains leave Oregon City at 8:40 a.m..
and 3:35 p. m , and arrives from Port
land at 9 3 a. m. and 6:52 p. m. Save
time by UBing the quicker route
Miss Vina Card and Grant II. L a,
both of Clarkes, were -married at the
residence of Mrs. L 'tie Huffman in this
city last Sunday at 2 p-tm:; Rev. A. J.
Ware officiating. Only a few immedi
ate friends were present. Mr. and Mrs.
Lee will reside near Crarkes.. ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C'. Stevens, and
daughter, Miss Mertie, who went to
New York a few weeks ago, to visit rela
tives, have been heard from. Mrs.
Stevens wrote to Mrs. Dr Norris this
week that they were in Washington,
D. C, and had heard Talmage speak
and visited the national cemetery.
At the First Congregational church
next Sunday at 10:30 a. m., Dr. T. W.
Butler will preach the memorial sermon
for Meade Post, U. A. it. At Hp m.
the subject will be " Ideal Womanhood."
Good music and ihe public are cordially
welcomed. There will be services at
Park place at 3 p. ra. Sunday af'ernoon,
conducted by Dr. Butler.
$iani. aim aeuurwK ni unar uiucea
lip papers upon the affidavits' C. N
reenmah' aiid'J.' W. 'Grout.. ',: '
Dr. E. A. Sqihlner; was mamed' to
Miss Sara Sackett, of New York, in San
Francisco, May 10th. Dr. and MVS.
Sommer returned to Oregon Oity -last
Friday evening, and. are at home in the
dwelling formerly occupied by Ecfc
W1II1H1118 ana family on Water street.. '
Mrs. G".1' W.' Grace cave a deliilitfui'
tea to a nu.ro.ber ofher lady friends last;
Friday' afternoon v Among those preseht
were Mrs. A'. J. Monigomery, Mrs. Gor
don E. Hayes, Mrs. Chas. A. Fikh,
Mrs- Jw O. Zinser, Mrs. E. F. Story, Mrs.
I). FvMay and Miss Minnie Harring
ton . ;'-. ; H,
'Ihe Willamette Falls school closed
laflt-Friday'afternoon, with an interest
irtg'Orogram bf exercises, Frank Baker
graduated' from the school, with creditur
file honors. The teachers for the pst
year,' Wuo have successfully conducted
this school are Prof.' U.S. Strange, prin
cipal, and MiSs Ella Bo-ehlke, assistant.
We Carry in Stock a Large Line of
SOLID GOLD, GOLD FILLED,
SILVER and NICKEL WATCHES
With Waltham and Elgin Movements
HIGHEST GRADE AT LOWEST PRICES
Burmcistcr & Andrcscn,
THE OREGON CITY JEWELRRS
County school superintendent issued
diplomas Wednesday to the following
graduates of the Harmony school:
Elizabeth Blakney, Julia Spooner,
Edith Karr, Frank Hall, Chat les Conn
sell, Edwin Spooner and Leena Rusk.
These certificate are signed by the
principal of the school, the board of di
rectors and clerk, and the county board
C. K. Quinn.of Marquam, was in Ore
gon City Saturday, and brought in a
large cayote scalp, for which he receiv d
a bounty warrant for Mr. Quinn
was recently offered $2 a piece for his
lambs, and a cayote came along and
captured one of the fattest of the Hock
He fired at the cavote at long range,and
shot off his hind feet, and it was soon
caught by the dogs.
A very interesting game of basket ball
was played Friday evening at the Ar
mory hull, between the Springwater
team and the Y. M. C. A. team of Ore
gon City. The members of the Spring
water team who made good points were
H.J R. DuBois, captain, M. F. Shannon
an.i IS. K.Hmith. The mem tiers of the
Y. M. C. A team who made excellent
plays were George Case, captain, Nick
Uumphiey and Will Peters. The score
stood 14 to 9 in favor of the Y. M. C. A.
team at the end of the last half. r
Laces for di inty drees trimmings
at the Racket Store.
The Young Ladies A Y. L. I Club of
Oregon City is assisting the Red Cross
Society of ban fran Cisco In mating the
3000 'bandages, which have been prom
ised 'the 'government for the soldiers
The Club completed their share of the
Work - -when they .met at the
home' of 'Mrs. T. A Pope Wednesday
evening, and forwarded the completed
bandages to the Ked t r s (society in
Sah JfrahciiicO Thursday night.
"iFo'ty five' pupjisi,wh6 have passed a
satisfactory examination in the 8th or
grammar grade,' will be' presented ith
certificates at the Barclay school build
ing this (Friday) alternoon ' at . one
o'clock. These lortidcales wi'l admit
I be holders talhe graduating class next
tear.' At 9 a m , Mrs. P F. Morey
will present the basthatn school with
an elegant pojrtraLy of the late Edward
County Judge Hayes received official
notit-e . Friday , f mm Superintendent
Paine of the state insane asylum, stating
t'.iat, M rs, : Elixabeth Boese, committed
iron Clackamas xounty March? Hi, was
released May 17. on a si months' leave
of 4 absence. .. Mrs. Boese U aq elderly
JCa.Ulail lau livuiij i(vai a-'aiiiasa..a4-1
attempted suicide alraut March 14. by
lumping Into a neighbor's wall, and a
day or two atej, vyas. sent to the insane
asylum ' v'
John Green. ' Max Suhnlpius and T.
M. Miller are being puslied by their re-'
spective friends ior the' position of night
poirceiuan in mio iiper ocy-uni nircnt
district 1 Mr. iireen is evidently
several ' blocks ahead of his com
petitors in the race, and the mayor and
the city council will evidently look upon
his candidacy with, favor .1 Many resi
dents on the hilt have long agitated the
appointment, pf a night watchman in
that portion of the city, and it is now
believed that the mayor will appoint
The patriotic citizens of Eagle Creek
will celebrate the 'Fourth of July in
grand style, and the exercises will lie
held in the school house park. O. II.
Dye and G.B. Dimick will be theoraors.
and the program will include vocal and
instrumental music, horse and bicycle
racing. , A prize will be given to the
most graceful horse back riders, lady
and gentleman. Other features of the
day will be a sack race, egg race, three
legged race and a fat man's race, and
there will be dancing in the afternoon
and evening.' The committee having
the celebrationin charge are A. D. Bur
nett and H.F.Gibson, which insures
James Ward lias returned from Dyea,
where he has been for several months,
and brings some news of what the Oregon
City colonv are doing. Fairdough,
Heckart, Collins, Batdorf, Cox, Tucker
and Eastman are all at the lakes, waiting
for the ice to break np. Harry Allen
has purchased Lou "ooli'.tlc's bunk
house at Dyea, and the latter is now at
Seattle. letters received from O. A.
M uir and C. P. Scroggins at Lake Ben
nett state that ihe ice it breaking, and
they expect to continue on their journey
soon. They saw two men, two horses
and two mules breuk through the ice,
and all were drowned except the mules.
F. F. White, who left Oregon City a few
weeks ago, is now on his way over Cbil
Shattuck. of Portland, on account of in
juries received in an accident last April,
while riding on a car of the Oity k Sub
urban Railway Company. He received
an injury to his foot, a scalp wound and
injury to bis lumbar region. The com
pany offered to compromise matters but
lie concluded to carry the matter to the
courts He sued for $6,000 and was
The Clackamas County Teachers As
sociation will hold their regular month
ly meeting at Harmony Saturday. Prof.
J. H. Ackerman is expected to be pres
ent, and the following numbers have
been arranged for the program: A vocal
duet by Missess Hattie Monroe and
Nellie Younger; "Methods of Teaching
Physiology," by Miss Jennie Rowen ;
"Public School Graduates," by E.
M. Ward; selection by the Milwankie
quartet, Mrs; Ida Starkweather Derry.
Miss Rose Scott, S. E. Hunter and
Fred Rogers. " Responsibility of Teach
ers." by A. W. McLaughlin ; guitar solo,
Miss Aura D. Thompson: ''Measure
ments," Miss Gertrude Finley, followed
by a general text book discussion
The members of the McLotighlin
Chautauqua circle held the last meeting
of the reading course for the year at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. hi. K Charman,
Monday evening. As a supplement to
the Btudy of Medieval Europe, just com
pleted, the Italian renaissance was dis
cussed with the achievements and re
vival and growth of architecture, sculp
ture and painting of that period. Misses
Laura Beatie and Addle Clark gave
some interesting sketches 01 the great
artists, Michael Angelo, Leonardo da
Vinci and Raphael.. Frofessor J. V.
Zinser, the leader gave a brief resume of
some historical data and conditions o
government during the middle ages and
the beginning of the reformation. A
vote of thanks was unanimously ex
pressed to Mrs. 0. II. Caufield and Mrs.
E. E. Charman ' for entertaining the
circle at their homes, during the past
year, and o Professor' J . C Zinser for
his painstaking work as leader. Mrs.
(i. M. I've, the former leader was pres
ent at this meeting, and took an active
interest in the discussions.
pillow slips. , towels,' etc., that were
found in the possession of Fred Johnson
when he was arrested at Wright's
Springs, that were likely taken from
some clothes line in or near Oregon
City. Neither Scott, Johnson or Mar
have yet given bonds, and ft is prohat le
that complaints will lie loJgd against
them for complicity in other robberies.
Excursion Date Changed.
The date of the excursion of the Con
grcgational church which has been an
nounced for July 4th, : has in deference
to the request of the committee for a
local celebration, been changed, and it
is now planned to have the excursion
sometime between June 15th and 25th,
the exact dale to be announed later.
, A lot ot the stolen goodB found in Tom
Scott's mountain cabin, aud in the pos
session of Chief of Police Burns, have
been identified by the owners. Some
carpenter tools were indentified by J. E.
Dowd and ,n. Harper, of Woodbnin,
last Friday, but there are a few tools
left that have not yet been identified by
their owners. M. Butala, a Mount Angel
merchant was in the city Saturday,
and identified the clothing, pants,
shoes and jewelry, which were
found cached in Scott's cabin, and says
there are more articles missing. He
brought down the brace and bit used in
breaking into the store, which the burg
lars lef'liehind, and left the same in the
Will Celebrate tile f ourth.
The American eagle will scream, now
dor Mill burn, the lulls will be illumi
nated wiih colored ft e. and the pent-up
patriotism of Oregon Ci y's people will
give vent to itself on the Fourth of July.
A celebration is assured beyond a doubt.
T. L. Charman and .1. G. Pillbury. who
were appointed a sub-eommitU'e by the
city council committee to solicit funds
lo defray the expimses of a celebration
renorteii satisfactory encnnruiment at
' the committee meedngheld at the coun
cil chamber Weilneslnv night. Mayor
Caufield presided, and tho following
committees were appointed:
Soliciting and Finance T. L. Ohar
mn, J. G. Pilsbury, E. G. Caufield.
Music A. 8. Dresner, Mrs. J. II.
Strickler, Geo. F. Hurton.
Arrangements and Program E. E.
Charman. E.J. McKittrick, F.T. Grif
fith. -v ! . ..-
Sports J. P. Lovett, W. H.Howell,
Dr. E. A- Sommer H. E. Harris
Speakers and Reader Dr W. E.
Carll. U. D. Latouretle, H..L. Kelly,
Advertising Bruce Curry', R. Koer-ner.O-G.
Huntley. ' ' ' "
Parade Charles Albright, G. A. Har
ding, R. D. Wilson, . . ... .
' Decorations J. C. Rhoades, Mrs. T.
M. Miller, Mrs. T. W.Fouts, Mrs M. M.
Charman, P. Nehren.
, A meeting of ithe committees -will lie
held at thtt-tiouncl! chamber , this (Fri
day) evening, to make further arrangements.
Fancy' flower baskets for graduating
exercises -' at. the Racket Store,
Leather belts, all colors, , alro a nice
variety, of bell fastener)),
, at the Racket Store.
NO CURE-NO PAY. -
Thai Is Ihe way all dmgirlKts ll OROVE'g
Ts.HTKI.KttS CHlU TONIC lor Malaria, Chills
and Kever. It Is simply Iron and qiiinina In are
aslKlaas form. Cbildrra tova a. Adults prsler
at a bitter, nanwaiiug) Tmtra, t'rioa Mo. For
sale by C. . Unntlcy. Prunist.
LOOK LIKE MADE TO 0RDEH
SUITS THAT COST $25.00
ALL MEW STYLES
Iain 131ack,Brown Check?, mixtun r
Black worsted all of them strictly
Boys Suits $2.50
Youths Suits - - - if 4.50
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