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TTIE 3IORXISG OREGOXIAy. TIIURSDAY, JUXE 1. 191 1-
by Recent Oregon Legisla
ture, Tab Shows.
SESSION MOST LAVISH YET
Total lUceU f S.000,00 I Deluding
Oreffna TnlvrrUtj and Monmoath
Normal Kund Referred.
Ofrtcial Check End.
EAIXU. Or, -Urnr II SpciaLV
rinaJ d fin It tgnrm as to th Ppro
prltlon mad br th Ust LlUtur
for th bleonUl prlod Inciudlnc
and 111 I wr computed by J.ua Al
of th 8crtry of Stmt olTtc
this morstof nd ibov a total amount
appropriated f M.T.2-. ThU
f not loctado tho appropriation for
tha University of Oregon and Mon
mouth Normal School which waro re
ferred to tho peopla. Tha Lv1aiatura
as previously ihowa In The Orconlan
mail ap propria! lona past tha fi. GO ).
Thia showi by far tha larsrst appro
priation aver made by a. Legislature
TU various appropriations as shown
l- to revised and corrected list which
Mr. Alllwon has twn working on for
several daya since the sew laws went
Into effect are:
Isxatleaml rands Big.
ct fr apprsnensloa. etc.
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tird of lnpclor of Child
TtAvntr ea evrtala wild animal
Pr4 sf Tax Commtrttontri.
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4 apitol saiaxls of Janitors
apttol a tuit..n a grounds
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Ktaris of cira
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Orogon National GnareL
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Tsual and Reform Institutions. .
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lip.nlah w.r V.t.rma. pur-
4 burt lot 1000.00
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BosU ol Tnuinr, le- .ou.o
HOOD RIVER BONOS WAIT
I'tah CapltaiUt Iy Take Issue if
Chicago Buyers Withdraw.
HOOD RTVER. Or My 31. SV-
rOUR BOYS AND ONE GIRL
SCHOOL FOUR -
'a i.n.ii . I i i "I
BARRI.BrRO GBAOVATIIO CI., TOP ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT)
LUC MorTJT, ARTHI R M. M M HO. IOWK.R ROW t I.KFT
TO RIGHT) i-KTER BHAMUO.V, EVA HILLER, SILAS GILBERT.
HARRIPBt'Ra. Or, May 31. Sp-laL) Th. Paulaon High School
of this city will gradual, a class of fl four boya and on. lrU Th.
class is th. first to complete ths four-year course. All plan to cora
plet. their education In hinder Institutions.
Superintendent Mark Anthony Paulson. In whos. honor tb. Hlh
School was named In 10. has served as superintendent here for the
psst three yearsu
rlaL Judsre H. H. Rolapp. of Oxden.
Vtah. repreaentatlv. of lavld Kccles. a
prominent financier of that city and
president of the OreRon Lumber Com
pany and the Mount Hood Railroad
Company, has been In this city enxased.
It la understood. In maklna an investt-a-atlon
of the f0.00S Issue of bonds
Hood River Is to sell to Install a munic
ipal water system.
Recent action on th. part of Uhlan St
Companv. of Chicago, who made the
sucresful bid at the advertised sals of
the bonds, leads to the conclusion that
the bonds may be rejected by that com
pany. t hlsn ft Company have asked for an
extension of time to make sn Inveettira
tlon of th. Ieal history of th. Issue.
Morris Bros, of Portland, have acquired
a half-Interest In the bid and hav.
also asked for mors time. The Council
baa granted a 12-day extension.
Whatever may be the outcome of the
New fork attorneys sctlon. the Coun
cil Is going; ahead with Ita plans for tha
construction of tbs water system, re
lying; on the assurance that tha bonds
will be taken by the Utah capitalist If
rejected by Uhlan Company and Mor
Dredger I niplojo nit by Train.
Joseph Lelthelser. of 801 Nlcolal
street, who Is employed on a river
dredger, lies at SL Vincent-. Hospital
at the point of death. His windpipe
has been partly severed, his throat be
ing; cut from ear to ear. and his bead
and body being- bruised by being; run
Into by a train Just north of the North
Paclflo Lumber Company's plant. In
North Portland. Although Lelthelser
was Injured about midnight Tuesday
OOTOGEXARIAH PIOXEER OF a
PHILOMATH DIES AT 4
OLD UOJIS THERE.
! P v V-r. t
Karri. P. Xewtea.
PHILOMATIT. Or.. ' May 31.
(Special. Norrls P. Newton. 31
years old. an Oregon pioneer of
1S4S. died at bis borne here Isst
Mr. Newton wag bom In Lick
ing County. Ohio. April 13. 1830.
and crossed the plains with bla
parents In 141. After a short
stay In Iowa he settled In Benton
County, which was his home con
tinuously. He married Justine
Knott s. September 3. 1853. She
aid sis children survive him.
The children are: Mrs. Cyn
thia E. Hlnkle. Ablthar Newton
and Walter H. Newton, of Philo
math: Harvey C Newton and
Ernest P. Newton, of South Bend,
Wash.: Mrs. Laura Haines, of
Forest Grove, Or.
night, a patrolman sent to Investigate
vias unable to locate hla body after
several hours' search. Clerks going to
work at t o'clock yesterday morning
saw th. body and notified the pollcw.
patrolman West was sent out and tin
mediately called the Red Cross ambu
lance. In which the Injured man was
taken to tbe hospital
VARSITY'S AIM BIG
Municipal League of Eugene Is
WEST PROMISES TO AID
President Campbell, Responding to
Tout, TTrgea Co-operation W"4th
O. A. C Each Institution
Has Scope of Its Own.
EUCjrNE. Or. May tU (8pelal
Plans for th. ultima I froatneM of tb.
Btat. UnlTltr. eo-operatlon betwi
tb. Stat. UnlTeralty and th. Agricul
tural Coll.c. th. baat m.n of (am
ine th. ur ' of th. taxpayer of th.
tat. an4 olaeuailon of th. Oreroa -
FIRST TO COMPLETE
tern In Its relation to higher education
were the principal topics at ths banquet
given last night by the Municipal
Leag-ue. of Eugene. In the Interest of
the University of Oregon.
The speakers who responded to toasts
were: Governor West. Judge L. T. Har
ris. Allen H. Eaton, a H. Krlendly, re
gent; President P. L. Campbell and
Judge K. O. Potter.
Speaking- of the future of the State
University, Governor West said that he
had been requested to make an appli
cation to Mrs. E. II. Harrlman to locate
in Oregon the great university she is
planning to establish as a memorial to
her departed husband. Ho said that he
replied that the Statd of Oregon does
not need any help to establish a great
University of her own at Eugene, for
she Is far from being poverty stricken.
Governor West said that It Is the duty
of a stste Institution to play close to the
people, for with tbetn rest, the question
or lis advancement. He said that the
fact that some men have signed peti
tions to refer ths University sppropria
tlon Is not the fault of the Oregon sys
tem, but Is due to misunderstanding of
what the University stands for.
In conclusion, he advised the alumni
and the regents to convince the people
that the University Is reslly needed, snd
added that he would always be found
ready to help them.
Referring to the rumors of a plan to
move the Btste University from Its
present location. President Campbell
' " ...
"I take It that this movement Is sim
ply tho groping of the people for the
fulfillment of the Ideal of a great uni
versity, where education In the broad
est sense may be obtained."
He advocated the support of the state
educational Institutions by a tnlllage
tax, saying that a tax of half a mill
on the present valuation would produce
a revenue of 3400.000.
To talk of consolidating the State
University and the Oregon Agricultural
College there Is grave objection." said
President Campbell. "Both Institutions
have been In existence for years, and In
the rolnda of the hundreds of graduates
who have gone out from their doors,
there Is a deep devotion to location, and
the removal of either Institution would
be met by serious objection.
"Removal of both to one campus would
not solve the principal problem that of
the relative Importance of each. In
those states where the two Institutions
are on the same campus, there Is a
marked tendency to segregation, the In
. ....I In nn nna side, and the
art departments on the other. Each
wants to liana uui ma jwmj 1 1- " - '
"These two Institutions of Oregon are
not far apart. The purpose of one is to
teach how to secure the greatest re
turns from the state's resources: the
other to bring about the highest de
velopment of the highest type of gov
ernment the world hss known."
STATE LICENSES 2303
WASHINGTON'S LIQUOR. REVE
NUE FROM THEM $57,575.
King County Heads List With 598,
Spokane Next With Sl $55
Paid Yearly for Grants.
OLTMPIA Wash.. May 3L tSpecial.)
According- to figures compiled by the
State Tax Commission, there are now
3303 state liquor licenses In force In
Washington, representing 157.57 paid
Into the state treasury. Out of thia
total SVC licenses are In King County.
King County alone pays more than one
fourth, or 14.900 of the liquor money,
the state collecting 3S5 a year for every
license. This is in addition to th. 10
per cent of all license fees collected by
the various cities, towils and counties.
In Spokane County 313 licenses are
In force, or more than twice as many
as la Pierce County, where there are
only 1S7. Spokane pays 37375, while
Pierce pays $3926.
Every county in the stat. Is repre
sented In the list, although Inland
County has fc,ut one -license In force:
&an Juan haa 3. Columbia . Asotin 7.
Skamania S and Wahkiakum . Che
balla. which has a Urge logging bnsl
nes. boiH. 134 licenses. Snonomlsh has
133 and Whatcom nag 82. The licenses
rtMaea: Mala 1 aa
7th and Taylor
rtMaea: Mala 1 aad A
Tontrht o'clock ...
-THK MEKCHAXT OK VEMCE."
Tomorrow Blht. "Tweifth Nl.sbt : 6t
urd.r mitlnx, "A Tou Llk. It": t-atnrday
miht. Hamlet." Ourtn rWl at b na
o'clock. PrlcM, both vnln and muo:
Kntlr. lower floor 2: balcony, tint 5 rowa
tl SO. next rows 1. followms row IOC
last S rows 50c Eillr. gallery 50c
6 EAT SALE TOMORROW
MCHTS BEGINr0 MOKBAT. jnfR S
Special Price Matlneee Wedneaday and
Parld Wiac Preeente
Ros. Festival Atuaclluo
SiSCE O'NEIL CHARLES CARTWBIGHT
Famous Belasco Company .
Krenlnes: Lower floor 2. 1.B?: balcony.
S rows II SO. rows i. ros .Sc rows
lAtc. Enur. gallery 60c Both luatlneea
9 1.50. 1. 7 fie, 60c Sic. 25c
Seats Now Selling
SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.'S
And her assisting artists
Prices, both floors and balcony,
$ 1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00.
R A K R R Main g and A S3 SO.
II week Mat. Wed. and bau
The eminent actor
supported by the Baker Theater Company In
As olayed by Robert Edeson.
Greatest of coliece plara.
Special summer prices Sc 50c. Matinees
Sfic all seats.
Next week "The Oreat Plvlde."
F.lectlnn Returns Monday Night.
Jf ACI S. A 100
MAxrxKs arvKnvr sat
Monday. May IS. Joseph Hart's "A Nlgbt
In a Tlirkl.n Bath." J-arrel Taylor Co.
Belle Ada.r; Murray and Lane; Narow
Brothers: James H. Cnlleni Okura Japs,
livening prices 16c. tie. 50c and ."e. Ually ;
M.I lore lie. tic, Mc Holiday Matinees
- Caen nailed fsndevtlle.
All this week Extra The Oberita Sisters,
nmosense. de Paris Extraordinarie; Brooks
and tarllale: l.lovd and Whllehonse: The
Four Black Diamonds: The Newmans, Neary
aad Miller? Pamagescope.
Popular prices. Mat. Daily. :30, T:30, :00
GRAND Week of May 29
Road Show Ko. 0
Th World's Moit
Eccentric and Tm
l4rm mental Maestro
GKNNAKO AM) HIS
Bart mud CUrk
Graham and KandaJl
Qran da scope
Mat Ice Terr day. S:S0 any seat, lc
Evening- performances at 7:30 and 9:15;
balcony. 16c; lower floor. 25c: box seats. 60c.
BUNGALOW or'lJJaker. Mgr.
Mala 117 and A 434.
Matinee every dev. 2:45. Two evening per
formances. 7:45. :15. The popular LYRIC
Mt'PlCAL COMEDY I'O.. In
"THK HAKVARU PROFESSORS.
Nothing but laughter and mualc. New songs,
chorunea. costume All the favorites: West
snd Vack. Jean. Fletcher and the others.
Prices, IS 25c slats.. 20c Chorus Girls
Contest Friday Night.
Cor. Vausha and Twenty-fourth St a.
May SO, SI, June 1, 2, 3, 4.
Games Be I. Weekd.ya at StOO P. M.
S.adaya 2:30 P. M.
L.iDIES' DAT FRIDAY
Boys Under 1! Free to Bleachers.
7i.lTX:&?r?A? JUNE 5 AND 6
ITS CIRCUS ALL CIRCUS
lOOACTS IN iOO MINUTES
MOST MAGNIFICENT ATTRACTION
PRICES CUT IN HALF
OIL CENTS TO SEE BIG.
CD SHOW IN ITS ENTIRETY
SEE PARADE BE PERSUADED
Advance Seat gale at Wierman. Clay Co.'
OAKS PARK S
Philip Pels. Russian Bandmaster and Di
rector Oaks Park Band, In Free Open-Air
Concerts. Augmented by Special Folelsts and
Grand Opera Quartet of Uetropolltan Opera
Company. New York; Hardy Hero Niagara
Falls: The Oetrlch Farm; Auditorium Nor
ton's Musical Comedy company. Admission.
10 cents: Children, 3 cents; ITnder six Yeara,
a-r.. Tske I'wr. ylrnt aid Alder Streets.
In Whatcom will be reduced gTeatly,
as a larfre party of that county has
become "dry." The licenses are tor a
year and no refund is allowed if a
county goes "dry." The licenses are for
a year and no refund is allowed if a
county sroes "dry." In Whatcom, Su
mas, a little border town. Is the only
-wet" community in the -county. Drug
stores and other places having Federal
licenses also have to have state li
censes. Fruit Pest Crusade Begins.
OREGOV AGRICULTURAL COLr
LF.GE, Corvallis. Or, Msy SI. (Spe
cial.) The campaign for the eradica
tion of crop pests In Oregon hss com
menced and will be in full force by
July 1. said Dean A. B. Cordley today.
College experts have made several pre
liminary trips about the state and Dean
Cordley will visit Eugene this week to
make arrangements to establish head
quarters there. Professor H. F. Wilson
will spend tbs latter part of the week
uMgr " you ever not"e at man jillP
feferT wto drinks it is never quite satisfied witk lfVp '
kFsl!r any oter brew? 9Jp
mm&Wi BlueRibbon fji :'
IL Tte Beer of Quality ' MM
1 If " so distinctive -so satisfying so delicious Jjjjp
0'0Mk it appeals to people who select their beer gffM
TOT&a as they do their food and clothes jiW
lH 181 t0 6at"y themselves. '
j& ' i '
sal ssasssissasssss wMmmmmmmmm i ssssssss..amssasssa-ssasssssMSAxxM ....
st Independence and Salem Investlgat- J crops of this vicinity. It has been de
ing diseases reported to have been cided to have headquarters at Port
making ravages on tie hop and Iruit 1 land. Salem and Eugene, By. July. 1
To the Home Furnishers of Portland and Vicinity.
That there remains but Twenty-Six Days of our
Closing Out Sale
That Never Again may such opportunities be presented
to buy dependable merchandise at
Such Notable Savings
Just about two months ago we announced this Great
Event, and that we would retire from business in Po
land on July First.
During this time
Thousands of Homef urnishers
Have taken advantage of the offerings of this Great
Sale. Remarkable has been the selling, and far be
yond, our expectations. And yet there still remains
thousands of dollars' worth of .
Yet to be disposed of. During the two months of this
sale the stocks have been kept complete by new goods
coming in that were purchased during the early part
of the year for Spring business, and by surplus stocks,
etc. And now thousands are taking advantage of
The Final Offerings
Every article Must Be Disposed Of in the remaining
Twenty-Six Days every .department is making the
final effort for Absolute Clearance of Stock by this
The Price Reductions
In every instance are noteworthy; nf some instances
Closing-Out Prices are now One-Half, and even One
Third, of Original Prices. It's now that you should
anticipate your needs Now that you should Take
To!! & Gibbs, inc.
MORRISON, AT SEVENTH
STORE OPENS AT 8 O'CLOCK
six men will be in the field making in-j
vestlgations of fruit pests of every de- . ;
It-i'l i n n