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Our j'fice arc never exorbitant.
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Tha Klulith Annual Anwmlily of the
WillntinjiU) Valli-y Cliaiitaii'iia Ao'ia
tion oHiitl Ut Weilrii-ailay morn inn at
Cla'InlonK Park. Tha aim kiaaail akiua,
gay dacorationa, the moltiltulo of IfulH,
Amatmir l'hotrtraihy 1,'nder rnao
atcni'-nt of Womlanl, Clarke A Co
Tho Fourth of July a clhratl
with fialriolic exercinei anl aredKM;ribil
in another column.
Krlilay inorninK Ir. II. W. KoIIokk, of
tho Firat M. K. church, of I'ortland,
IcctDrol on "Tha Value of a College
F.ilui'alion." Tho nmial band cooccrt
ojicnci the afiRrniKin protrramme, Miaa
May Nial yave dlihtfal reading,
I'aul L. Iiunhar'a "The I'arly." which
waa encored. , Lucille C'ollutte, a 0-year
old iuin. accompanied by Mi Ella
Connell, delighted the audience with her
violin aolon, Lour hhorn'a "A GckkI
Night" and llohm'a "IJolero." Lr,
Alexander Mark burn delivered a witty
and irai'ili-nl lecture on "(iuinption."
The daily huaeball game resulted in
victory for t'iiemnwa'a over (iervain
ft n by a ncjro of 'J2 to -6.. liefore tho
Tha Auditorium at (ilaitatons.
the picturerMjiio uniform! and coo'ome evening lectnre Mit May Neal give an-
of the Indiana, and tlia tummer gowna of other pleakit g reading, Ttiomaa Nelson
pretty women all combined to make a Page'a "A Soldier of the Empire," re-
delightful acene. Camps dotted the jauonding to an encore with "Mr. Dooley
park and many colored hammocks on the I'liilippine," which was very
swing in available nooks together w it b 1 cleverly done. General Tlios J. Morgan
Japanese lanterns wive the grovea a delivered a lecture on "The Negro Prob-
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Syracuse Chilled and Steel Plows, Harrows
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natty appearance. No rain baa fallen to
dampen tha spirit of the Chsutauqtians,
and everybody la wearing a happv smile
and enjoying a life ofeaae. The Che.
maw a Indian achool band has been in
attendance throughout tho whale tension
and their mnsic never fails to draw the
crowd, the evening concerts being
lictenrxl to by large audiences.
On the owning day, July 3, the morn-
Icm, preaentimc every phase of the ques
tion. Haturday morning classes took up the
hours from eight to eleven and Mrs.
William Ualloway conducted the Roona
Table. The broyramme was: piano
solo. Mint Edith Cheney; Reading, Visa
Iluldah Holden; Addiexa, Hon. W. 8.
U'Ren; Baritone solo, "Deep. Down
Deep," George F. Howard; Address,
iet of refer-
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ing was devoted to preliminary organi
zation of classes and announcements by
Instructors. President W. C. Hawley
made the address of welcome and Hev.
A. V. Ackerman, of Portland.renpondi'd.
In tho afternoon Mias May Neal, of
Northwestern University, 111., gave a
reading and Prol. J. Ivey, ot San Fran
cisco, lectured on the "Invisible in
Nature." A ball game in the afternoon
and a band concert in the evening was
followed by a lecture by Chaplain C. C.
Bateman, U. 8. army, on tho "Santiago
Classes were arranged as follows:
Music Prof. W. H.Boyer, ol
Psychology Dr. 11. W. Kellogg,
Bible Study Dr. Alexander Black
burn, of Portland and Dr. A. J.
Frost, ol Los AngelcB, Cal.
Junior Bible Study ....Kev. J. II.
Boaven, of Oregon City, Or.
Sunday School Methods Mr. Jas.
Edmunds, and Rev. C. A. Dodson,
Field Secretary Oregon Sunday
Normal Methods in Arith Prof I. .
Richardson, of Albany Coll.
Reading and Elocution Miss May
Neal.'of NorthweBtern University ,111.
United States History Pres. W.
C. Hawley ,of Willamette University.
Physical Culture Prof. M. M.
Ringler, of Portland Y. M. C. A,
Art Class Trof. J. Ivey, of
v San Francisco.
English Literature Trot. J. B.
Horner, of the State Agricultural
Colonel R. A. Miller; Vocal solo. At two
o'clock Dr. Chas. Bayard Mitchell, of
Minneapolis, lectured on 'The Piize
Taker" and at three o'clock the art exhi
bition of John Ivey was shown. In the
evening a ballad concert was given un
der the direction of Prof. W. H. Boyer,
assisted by Webher'a Mandolin Club.
The programme follows:
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Fourth of July Celebrated Amid
THE WEATHER WAS PEIIFr.CT.
W'rlk'lit'a ftprlnr, (Vl.iiMone Park, Da
manens aud Many Other Place
Hare Rousing l imes.
Ml luy Nul.
Tho Fourth of July was celebrated
with great enthusiasm in Clackamas
County. Thousands of people mereont
in gala attire and the roads for miles
around were lined with vehicles gMng to
different sections of the coonty to Join in
the commoraiion of the One. Hundred
and Twenty-Fifth annivemary of tho
Nation's independence. The weather
was perfect and there were few pop!e
who did not take advantage of the op
portunity for a pleasant outing.
Wright's Springs, Uladntone Park, Da
mascus, Shubel, and Portland took most
of Oregon City's population and several
hundred persons went to Latonrelle Falls
on Turney's excursion.
Probably the largest crowd attended
the Maccabee celebration at Wrgbt'a
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Gen. Tho. J. Mora-an. k. delliered
tha roorth of Jaljr uratloa at
March, "High School Cadets".... Sousa
Taylor-street Church Choir and
Selection, "A Runaway Oirl"..Arr. by
Webber Mandolin and Guitar Club.
(Continued on page 4)
Springs. The Portland Cornet Band
discoursed sweet music throughout the
day and the Maccabee quartetta ren
dered several delightful selections. Mrs,
II. E. Straight read the Declaration of
Independence and Henry St. Rayner,
ol Portland, was tho cator of the day,
and in the evening Slato Senator Brow-
cell made an address. Dancing was in
dulged in until an early hour in tho
morning and the celebration was a finan
cial and social success. The results in
the races were:
Bicycle race, fonr miles, won by Geo.
Harines; ptize, bicycle lamp from Col
umbia sales department.
Foot race, 100 yards, wor. by Lee Fish :
prize, bicycle lamp from Denton Co.
Ladiea bicycle race, won by Miss
Mary Schtnele; prize,, bicye'e saddle.
Girls foot rsce. 30 vards won bv Xnr
Kocher, prize, bicvrle lamp from Fred
T. Merrill Bicycle Co.
Horse race, 400 yards, won by May
Belle, b. m.; prize, lamp from Mitchell.
Lewis & Staver Co.
Fat man's race, won bv Jacob Scrame-
lim ; prize, Henderson Hand Bells, from
Fred T. Merrill Co.
The Damascus celebrath n was suc
cessful in evervwav. The TarknlarA
band furnished the music and Hon. G.
C. Brownell delivered the oration. Tha
Declaration of Independence w as read by
Mrs. V illiam Bachman. Races were
held in the afternoon and dancing was
enjoyed in the evening. The exercises
were held in Kirubly'a Park and were
under the direction of Damascus Csnip,
Modern Woodmen of America.
At Gladstone Park the programme
opened with a concert by the Chemawa
Indiauband followed -by "America" by
a choir of 50 voices. Dr. A. J. Frost, of
Los Angeles, prayed for national strength
and unity, and Miss May Neal, of
Chicago read the Declaration of Inde
pendence. General Thos. J. Morgan
delivered an oration. His subject waa
The Building of a Nation." After the
barbecue, the field sports wete held.
The results were:
One hundred yard dash Heater first,
Millis second ; time, 0:11 1-5.
Quartermile run Heater first, Sewell
second ; time, 0 :50 4 5.
220-yard dash Heater first, Gilbert
second; time, 0:27.
Half-niilo run Backus first, Heater
second and Kushton third.
Running high jump Murphy, 5 feet 5
inches; Heater, 5 feet 3 inches; Millis, 5
feet 1 inch.
Pole vaulting Heater, 11 feet 1 inch;
Murphy, 10 feet 7 inches; Millis, 9 feet.
One mile relay race Y. M.C. A.,
Tortland, first and Pacific University,
second; time 3:40.
The baseball game between two nines
from Oregon City and Clackamas was
well played. In the evening the band
gave a concert and fireworks followed.