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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1904)
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,, , Will Whiteside came op from
Portland Wednesday, for a visit
with relatives. . , . ; , v,
v Among others in attendance at
the Grange meetings this week
was H. Hirschberg of Independ-
. . The senior class, numbering
thirty five, were guests at the home
of Miss Margaret Snell Thursday
'Miss Sophia Elgin returned to
Salem Thursday, to again take : up
her course in nursing at Florence
sanitarium, v i -
Rev. Frank L- Moore returned
Thursday from attendance at the
Methodist General Conference just
concluded at San ; Francisco.
-r-Last night at the court bouse,
Binger Hermann and Senator C.
W. Fulton disscussed the political
sssues of the day to a good sized
A college romance culminates
next Wednesday at Turner in the
marriage of Miss Virgene Wittscb
en and Ernest Kedd. Both were
popular students at OAC.
Rev. Carrick will- preach . on
"Aneel Ministry" at the Presby
terian church Sunday evening. The
choir will furnish excellent music
for both performances.
The eraduatinz exercises of
the 8th and oth grades of the , Cor
vallis public schools are to take
place on the evening of J une 3rd,
instead ot June, 4th as was . pre
viously given out.
. A message trom Miss Bertha
Davis, written in Kansas City, re
lates that the trip of herself and
party had so far been very pleasur
able, and that they would leave im
mediately for St. Louis.
' Dr. W. H. Davis of Albany,
has filed a suit for divorce against
his wife. Dora B, Davis. On ac
count of the high position of Dr.
Davis, the suit is attracting much
fclvm Withams large new
house on his ranch west of Cor-
vallis is rapidly nearing comple
tion. When finished, it will be
one of the most sightly residences
in that locality.
Walter Sheasfirreen, who has
been - assisting: in the Western
Union office at Albany for the past
three weeks, has been visiting his
parents in Corvallis for the past
few days. He returns to Roseburg
today, to resume his regular duties
in the office there.
' There will be a public recital
Tuesday evening, May -ist, in
College chapel by the following
pupils of the vocal department
Misses Mabel Matteson, Anna
Walker, Una Stewart, Mrs. F. L.
Miller, Mrs, Berchtold, Miss Edna
Allen, Mrs. Woodcock, Mrs E. F
Pernot and J. G. Kilpack.
Because none of the churches
can accommodate the crowd when
all unite on Memorial Sunday,
there will not be a union service
this year. The G. A. R. and W.
R. C. will attend services at the
Presbyterian church and Rev. T.
T.V incent will preach the mem
orial sermon. The other churches
are also expected to hold, mem
orial services some time during the
day. ' .. . .
Members of the family of Nel
son Thompson, who were expected
in Corvallis Tuesday, were delayed
by a washout near Cheyenne, Wy
oming, and their arrival is now
daily expected. Meantime, Mr.
Thompson has rented of M. C. Mil
ler a cottage near the college, and
will have things in readiness for
the arrival of the travelers. The
family are recent arrivals from Ne
braska. Meager information reached
this city yesterday of an accident to
Wilbur Starr residing near Monroe.
The trouble occurred Thursday, and
it seems that in hauling gravel near
his home, Mr. Starr in some man
ner fell, the wagon load of gravel
passing over him. A physician
was summoned but further than this
relatives in Corvallis have not been
able to learn of the extent of the
Former Resident of Corvallis Boned at
Silver Lake. , v
The following account of the
illness and death of George Wal
lace is taken from the Silver Lake
Oregonian: "George ; Wallace
passed away at toe borne ot v-ol-umbus
Porter a few miles north of
this city, Monday, May 16, at the
hour of 1 1 p. m.. ot heart failure.
He had been in rather frail 1 health
fjr some time, but his condition
was not considered serious until a
few hours before his death which
came suddenly. ? -
"Mr. Wallace was bora in Wex
ford county, Ireland. Februarys 5.
184.0. He crossed the ocean at the
age of 13 years with his uncle and
located in South America until he
reached the age of 20,., when be
came to the United States and en
gaged in business until 1870 when
he inlisted in the first U. S. cavalry
taking part in the Apache and
Moses wars. He was . mustered
out of service at Ft. Walla Walla,
September, 1875. He then engag
ed in railroading until the time of
bis tailing health in isqq: be was
married to Miss Lota Kittridge, in
Corvallis, Oregon, in 1886; he spent
about three years in California for
the benefit of his health. He came
with his family to this valley in
1902, where he resided up to the
time of his death. Mr. Wallace
was a kind hearted man and made
many friends in the community
where he lived. The survivors are
the wife, and daughter, Miss Vena,
-'The funeral services were held
at the grave, the last resting place
of George Wallace, in the Silver
Lake cemetery. The address was
delivered by Rev. Howard of the
Baptist church. ,
Takes Place at College Chapel Jane 4
The last violin and piano recital
of the season will occur in the col
lege chapel, June 4th, doors closing
at 8 p. m. The following is .the
Overture, "My Native Hills" Ripley
Piano, ' "Spring Murmurings"
Miss Lillian Ranney.
Violin, "Zigeunertanz" Turney.
Miss Verna Kerker.
Piano, "Impromptu,'"Op. 142, No.
Miss Irene B. Sproat.
Piano, "Star Spangled Banner Par
Frank A. White.
Violin,' "Kuiawiak" . ..Wieniawski
Master Max Miller.
Piano, "Scherzo," E-flat Minor
Miss Agnes S. Love.
Violin, "Karneval vonVenedig" '
Piano "Valse Caprice," E-flat
..... . ..... Rubinstein.
Frank A. White.
Frank A White is to graduate
from the OAC musical department
this spring, being the first pupil to
receive a diploma from this depart
ment of the Agricultural College,
What They did, and What was Done
. . ;ia Their Honor. -r ,.
. This week has been a busy one
in Corvallis. Since J Monday; T the
town has been practically in pos
session of the Oregon Grangers
and -they have ' been feasted , and
made .much of by the1 whole ity.
Strange faces have filled the streets
and bright badges have been much
in evidence on all the thorough
fares' Tuesday forenoon at ten o'clock
the first meeting was called to or
der by State Master Leedy. Four
important officers were absent, and
the offices were filled - by appoint
ment. Of the 56 delegates, 55 were
present, which is . considered quite
a remarkable fact by those familiar
with such meetings. "Reports oc
cupied the greater part of the fore
noon Tuesday, and an invitation
was extended the visitors byJ Pres
ident Gatch, to attend chapel ex
ercises and witness the battalion
drill on the campus, the following
dav. . The invitation was accepted.
Tuesday evening, at the college
chapel, there was a program which
included a speech of. welcome on
behalf of the city, by the mayor;
a selection by the college orchestra ;
a welcoming address in the name
of the Benton county granges,; by
Mrs. Mary J. Whitby; two violin
solos by Ruthyn Turney, that were
rendered in a masterly manner and
elicited a prolonged storm of ap
plause; responses by Judge R P.
Boise, of Salem, and Mrs. Clara
Waldo ot Macleay, which were
well received. After the exercises
the audience repaired to the : Ar
mory, where a reception was held
and refreshments were served to
300 guests. ; .....
Wednesday forenoon was given
over to the bearing of reports, and
the afternoon was devoted to the
election of officers. The latter are
Master, B. G. Leedy, Tigardville;
overseer,. , J. Clem, Freewater
chaplain, O. Eaton, Oswega; lect
urerr Mrs Clara B Waldo, Macleay;
steward, C. L Shaw, Albany; as
sistant steward, W.A.Young, Oats
kanie; treasurer, H. Hirschberg,
Independence; secretary, Mrs. Mary
Howard, Mulino: gatekeeper, S. N.
Warfield, Alsea; ceres, Mrs. Roby
Boyd, Beaverton; Pomona, Mrs.
Anna Creswell. Gresham; Flora.
Miss Lela West, . Scappoose; lady
assistant steward.. Mrs. Ida ,M.
Thorp. Gresham; membeiuMCu
tive committee, Austin T."uxton,
Forest Grove; members legislative
committee. J. vorhees, Woodburn;
W. M.:Hilleray, Turner. ,
Wednesday evening, the visitors
attended a lecture on good roads
at the College chapel given by
Frot. Hyde of Eugene. Thursday
forenoon was devoted to routine
work and the revision of by-laws,
though the latter passed with only
a few minor amendments A re
port was passed, after a discussion
of dormant granges, calling on
county deputies to be more vigilant
and erhcient in, their- labor. - Dur-
n there was an ex-
the unwritten work
n the evening at
all, the fifth and
Wall paper at Blackledge's store.
A girl to do general housework
on larm. . Clara M. Harding.
R. F. D. No: 1.
A Business Chance. '
Any person dssirous of making easy
money through the excusive ' sale by
counties of the most useful tool ever in
vented, can secure such an opportunity
by a small investment. See W. H. Mc
Comas at OccidenU.1 Hotel.
Our sample line of swell tailor made
gammer clothing is now in. OAC Press
For Sale or Trade.
A new piano. Enquire of Miss Hattie
Bricks of ice cream can be ordered at
Miles Starr. Be sore and get the famous
Hazelwood ice cream.
Nolan & Callahan's new spring stock
is now complete in all departments.
Poland China boar. 22 lopatfca old
abject to register.
S miles nwth of CorraBia,
. Just received the finest line of cloth'
ing. We bought this from the best
manufacturers and every suit is guar
anteed. Call and see us for clothing.
See our men's suit at f 10, it is a marvel.
Henkle & Davis.
Eat ice cream and cake with the Rus
sians every evening. . !
I have a good stock ranch for sale two
hundred and ninety five acres with un
limited outrange, a small - house and
also a small orchard. This place is in
the Belknap settlement one half mile
trom postoffice, six milea from Monroe,
four miles from Bellfountaln, 2
miles from church. Price to suit pur
chaser. Enquire of
A. W. Hawley, ;
Opened Wednesday Night, and Many
' were There A Successful v
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Wednesday night the Carnival
of Nations opened at the Opera
House, with the ladies of the Pres
byterian church ia charge. " There
was a large crowd ' present .at the
opening performance, and also at
the Thursday and last night's meet
ings. i - v:---'
The programme ; Wednesday
night included, the march of the
nations, the crowning of the queen,
Miss Mary Danneman, by J. ; W.
Kilpack, music by - the Corvallis
orchestra and a vocal solo by . Miss
Lulu Spangler. There were "liv
ing pictures", that were very beauti:
ful to behold. ; There were seven
booths, presided over by attractive
queens and sales ladies. In these
booths one could purchase -nearly
any article desired, 'front; a Japan
ese knick-knack to a jdish-.of roe
cream.;; After the queen was crown
ed, the keys of the city : were pre
sented, and she was escorted to the
throne by Misses Pauline Davis
and Gladys Moore, her ' attendants.
Thursday night, there . was a re
pition of the march of nations, fol
lowed by two vocal solos and en
cores by Mrs. Norton ot Albany,
which were the gems of the even
ing, a vocal solo by Mr. Pruett,
and the usual rush of business at
the various booths.. The crowd
Thursday night was even ' larger
than that of the opening night, and
everyone enjoyed to the utmost the
pleasures of the occasion. Last
nigfat was given: over to the rose
show, but the result of the com
petition for prizes is not known as
the Timks goes to press. The
Presbyterian ladies are to be com
plimented as well as congratulated,
on the success of the entire Carni
val. , , '
Great Reduction Sale.
We will sell for cash during the month
of May 500 pairs of shoes, broken sises,
men's womens, misses and children's
at greatly reduced prices, in order to jrive
room for a new stock of goods, which
will arrive about June ist. Come early
and get your choice from 25 cents up.
Sale lasts through May only.
' . V J. E. Henkle. .
Seventh Day Adventists. '
Will hold tegular service at . S, I). A
Hall East Main street between . Wash
ington and Adams streets each Sabbath
or Saturday, as follows: Sabbath school
at a p. im., Bible study 3p.11,
Preaching as announced from time to
time. i-. -f
Rev. C. j. Cole,
.. 1 ? t,. Pastor.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
All orders promptly filled. Phone
95. Samuel K-rr.
ing the aftej
of the order.!
Odd Fellows .
sixth degrees .were
1 14 members, and a
enjoyea. it was tbe general ver
dict of the visitors that in the work
of conferring the " degrees, the cere
mony wast the most -perfectly car
ried out of any similar' ceremony
in the history of the State. Grange.
Yesterday forenoon was devoted
to the report of the county deputies,
and a resolution of condolence was
passed in honor of the members
who have died during the past year.
ine passing ot tne latter toofc- on
the nature of a memorial service,
ana an appropriate song was sung
at the close. A rising vote, the
first of the session, was taken, in
which it was the voice of the con
vention mat uearty thanks be ex
tended the ' citizens of Corvallis,
the people of the college, the daily
papers of the state and all others
who have in any way contributed
to the pleasure or success of
the 31st session of the State Grange
The -s was read at the forenoon
session, ah invitation from the
mayor and the city council for
the Grangers to hold their
next convention .in this city,
The invitation was not prompted
by selfish motive, but it was cited
that in view of the pleasant relations
established between the city and the
visitors during their brief sojourn
it would be fit and proper that the
next session be held in this city.
Phe convention closed last evening
and most of the visitors will depart
for their homes on today's trains.
Go to Dunn & Thatchers for itrg bon
and shell and all other kinds of poultry
and stock remedies. '"
uur lames noe shoes and oxfords a
$2, 2.50. 3.00, and 3.50 are the strongest
lines we have ever shown.
Nolan & Callahan.
Go to Blackledge's for window shades
On June 1st, the Southern Pacific Co,
will resvf me sale of excursion tickets to
Newport and Yaqutna Bay., ' Both sea
son and Saturday to Monday tickets will
be sold. This popular resort is growing
in favor each year, hotel rates reasonable
and the opportunities for fishing, hunt
ing and sea bathing are unexcelled by
any other resort on the Pacific Coast.
1 . , w- E. Coman, ';,
Gen, Passenger Agent.
. . Goats for Sale.
Inquire of John F. Irwin at the coun
ty clerk's office. ; ' ; :
Thnrsday evening, between W. K.
Taylor! residence and J. W.; lunger's
residence, a black fur astrakan cape with
red plaid silk lining. Finder please re
turn to J. W. Lenger,
A light driving team, harness and
. First class cedar posts for sale. In
B. F. Ireland & Bro,
Corvallis BFD No. '2
Hazelwood ice cream is the famous
pure kind that melts in your mouth, and
tastes better than any other.
First class, second growth fir ; wood of
uniform length, no round sticks. Guar
anteed 128 cubic feet per cord. ' Leave
orders at P. M. Zierolf.
D. S. Adams.
See Blackledge's fine conches.
We make special rates to ; familii
Corvallis Steam Laundry. Call up Main
Bamboo furniture at Blackledge's new
store. . ... - '-' - ' '-- ' '-'
BIcakledge keeps all kinds of table
At ZierolPs Alfalfa. ' Red Clover.
Whit Clover, Timothy, Orchard, Vetch,
Rape Dwarf Essex and all other kinds of
Look for tba name Croute 4 Brande-
me Sell Sorosis
' Sorosis Sights are Visions of
I sightliness, r No mere word
jingle that, but the expression
of stylish-loving women every
where. And its truth ! will
will impress you startiingly
when you let your eyer' glad
den at the sight we've assem
bled for today 1 : ' ;
; Such style of cut every
latest effect '' with shapely
' yoke and proper flare the
straight front without a
Such quality of material! The rustling richness of
silk itself Is in this mercerized sateen. .
Such frillful fancies in the trimmings, ruffles , and
tuckp, 8herrisgs and. plaits, render irresistable the
dantiness of Sorosis... . Jv .--
But it's the price that makes this sale significant
to the thriftiest among you. ' . . " .v.'
i Isn't this economy figuring? Prices $1, 1.25, 1.50,
2, 2.50 Up tO 5. ;,. : ; 1, ' 1 4v-
; v v; , ' . Regulator of Low Prices.
ewpman's Commercial i
RESTAURiVN . S
New Furnishings, .
. Everything Complete.
NEXT BOOK NOETH OF SlIALL & SON.
J EMERY'S ART STUDIO
3 " ; South Main St., .Corvallis, Ore.',:
Carbon, Platinum and. Platino Portraiture
O. A. C. ATHLETIC AND SCENIC VIEWS.
' Art Calendars, Sofa Pillow Covers,
" And other Photographic Novelties.
Jpp loupd S70?s for feT)
New Spring Style
Unexcelled in style, mater
ial and workmanship. Absolute
ly guaranteed in every particu-
Special in Men's Spring Suits.
Every ; and in fact ever) thing in this
Stitch suit is perfect.
ITS MADE TO FIT
and it certainly does to try on one of them means
good-bye tailor, and money saved. Come .
arid be convinced.how! , J ' ' - v lr V
SUM Hattie Pattfe
ger b your spring aw.