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T1TE MORXIXG OREGOXIAN, TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1911.
was In Portland yesterday. Ha regis
tered st tha Imperial.
OMs, WortoaE &. flm
SAX FRANCISCO. July 17.-Speo1al.)
Portland people registered at tha Palace
Hotel ara: L B. Conroy. Robert P.
Wllthrow. J. O. Morrison. Mr. snd Mrs.
IN 7TH INSTITUTE
O. O. Putee. T. V. O'Brien. I. F. Oraham.
N. C. Boule. O. E. Pratt. R. 8. TuthllU
IL E. Parkhurst. A. King Wilson.
Sound City Wear Home
TRAIN PROVIDES COMFORT
Special Equipment for Hot Ucatlirr
Attract PnxpctJTe Visitors.
Railroads Offer Low Rale
Evsry prn who goes from Port'
land to th. Potlateh at Seattle thl
wk win be properly labeled.
Tha Commercial Club baa pro Tided
1100 Tonland bada-ea that will ba dts
Irtbuted free of char at tha depot.
Aa 8tile-bound persona paaa through
tha gate, they will ba given badges. In
this war Tortland la expected to ba
well advertised at tha bis festival on
Tha committee started Its dlstrlbn
lion of Portland decorations yesterday.
Hundreds of parsons started for Seat
tie, each wearing a badge. Several
hundred went on Sunday. It Is astl
Srted that fully 1000 Portland persona
Bow ara In tha Potlatch city.
Portland's representation will
Sum Ita greatest proportion next F"rl
day. hen tha special train bearing
members of tha Commercial Club and
tha Chamber of Commerra will leava
I Ma city. The train will start from
tie fnlon Station at 7 o'clock over tha
l.-W. It- A S. tracks.
Karly Koeerratlon Advised.
Kxtra equipment has been ordered
for the trip. It will coni of aa Ob
serration car. a diner and aa many
modern steel parlor cars aa ara necea'
ear jr. r.'l-trie fans and plenty of Ira
water will ba provided, so that all who
travel may remain cooL Although tha
railroad prom'sea plenty of accommo
dations for all. tha committee surseats
that parlor car seats ba reserved In ad
vaace. Reservations can ba made a
tha city ticket o"lce of the O..W. K. 4k
N. Company, at Third and Washington
streets, or at tha Commercial Club.
Ona car already has been reserved by
the Pert land Ad Club. The Portland
Ire. Club also will send a delegation.
Other procresatva organisation of
tha city will ba represented In tha
rrowd. Members of the Rotary Club
will so today. They will be enter
tained by tha Seattle Rotere tomor
row. Dale at ea from the Portland Au
tnmoblla Club will start Thursday
moraine and aspect to beat tha spe
cial train Into Pealtle by mora than
day. Auto enthusiasts estimate that
ther will bava fully 4 cars In Una.
Arranaements for tba entrance of
foer lltumlnad cars In tha monster
parade over ti.o streets of feattle bar.
been made by ellcers of tha Press
Club. ejome Frees Club member will
accompany tba autoists. while others
will travel en tha special train.
Rtgalar Train a Fat-tor.
la ad ittton to tba special train, each
ft the II recilar trains operating from
Portland to Seattle over tha three roads
vary day will carry a larsre number
of pleasure-seekers out of tha rtty. A
round-trip rare of 17 ( has been roads
by the railroads, but thla applies on
the Northern Parlno and the Great
Northern roads aa well as on tha O.-W.
K. N. Una.
It la not necessary to register at the
Commercial Club to shsr In the Joys
of tha trip on tha special. Persons
buying tickets at tha last minute will
ba accommodated. Tha following com
mittee haa charge of tha excursion and
Invites Portland folk generally to Join
them on tha trip:
V. J. Hof man. chairman; Ralph W
JtoTt. president Rose Festival Associa
tion: litrvey kWkwIth. prealdent Com
mercial CVib: H. M. Mailer, prealdent
Chamber of Commerce: S. H. Inrent,
president Portland Pree Club: Oeorga
F. Johnson, chairman promotion com
mittee ef Commercial Club; Edward
Cnoktrgham. vice-president Ladd A
Ttltm Bank: C. 11. Merrick, postmaster:
C F Berg, chairman Ad Club committee;
C. C. Chapman, secretary Oregon De
velopment Leasrue: M. C. Dickinson.
v-preent l'ortUnd Automobile Club
and Manager Oregon Hotel: F. C
ItlrfV Portlard Automobile Club.
BRIDGE TRAVEL IS HEAVY
itamld4 la Operation 17 Ycare and
fciecl for IT Years.
With this month tha BuraaM. bridge
1 IT years of age and tha steel bridge
7 years. Engineer Harry Stutsman,
who was the Brat engineer and Is again
the engineer In charge of Burnslde
bridge, reports tha ttha past month tha
raw waa opened I7iS tlmea while the
draw of the steel was opened 2340
He reports tha Burnslde In good con
d'tion after tha IT years rf continuous
service. With exception of tba tlma
when tha Kt Side approach was re
built, tha bridge haa been In contlnu
sus serrtca. but that tha traffic haa
Sntgrown tha atructure. It Is now
carrying many times what It waa de
S'gned to rarry. and It I now consid
ered practically certain that tha Burn
s:d bridge must ba replaced with a
wider and higher structure.
Engineer Stutsman says that tha
Cunty Court contemplates some minor
r-pairs, bnt that extended repairs ran
B t b made until tha new railroad
b-ldge baa been completed, as It csn
t t be closed. Mr. Stutsman believes
I il the traffic over the Burnslda
b- dge baa grown so rapidly the last
years that It will have to ba re
p ced within five years or less.
V CI. Bowden. of Spokane. Is at tha
J. v). A. Bowlby. a laayer of Astoria,
is at the Imperial.
M. C Moore, a banker of Walla Walla.
Waal., la registered at tha Oregon.
Fdvard C. Pease, a merchant of Tha
P:, waa registered at tha Seaard yee
terdar. F. J Carney, postmaster and merchant
at A'orla. waa registered yesterday at
Mr. and Mrs. C- 3. Leaer.ood. of
Roset r. were registered st tha Ore
John C. Callahan, proprietor of tha
Toeur I'Alene Hotel, of Spokane, waa at
the r-klTia yesterday.
ly:u Bntler. president of tha Butler
Banking Comranv. of Hood River, was
reg.ete-ed at the Perkins yesterday.
W. C. Harming, president of the W. C,
Hardin; Land Company, of Roeeburg.
CHICAQO. July 17. (Special.)
Portland arrivals at Chicago hotels
At tba Congress, Fred W. Plummer;
at tha Brevoort. J. U. Mackenzie. W. J.
Prendergast: at the Blackstona, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Goldstbsek; st tha Great
Northern, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Maxon. J.
V. Averill: at tha La Salle. Harry P.
NEW TORK. July IT." (Speoial.r-
Tha following from tha Paclflo rorth-
weat Ara registered at New Torn ho
From Portland Mr. and Mrs, J. W.
Caaey. at the Cadillac: Miss it. B.
Goodwin, at the Wellington; & K. Tate.
at tha Breslln: Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Smith, Miss I. Ollbaugh. at tha Park
Avenue; R. P. Knight, at the Hotel Al
ton J. E. Keller, at tha Cadlllao; w.
K. Montague, at tha Brostell: Mr. and
Mrs. A. R. Balderston. at tha Grand
From Marshfleld. Or. J. D. Go is. O.
Goodrume. at tha Navarre.
From Spokane Mr. and Mrs. A. O.
Avarv. Mlsa Avery, at the Park Ave
nue: Mr. and Mrs. P. I Kennan. Mlsa
Kennan. at the Cadillac
From Seattle M. Maldon. at tha Se
ville; H. E. Wllaay. at tha Wellington;
O. F. Stone, at tha Navarre; E. H.
Eckart. W. E. Nelson. O. W. Hanson.
at the Herald Square: Mrs. F. I Stiles.
at the Holland: A. M. Ohlsen. at th
Broadway Central; & W. Rlgga. at tha
NEW TORK. July 17. (Special)
Northwest oeopla were registered at
New Tork hotels today aa follows:
From Portland At tha Van Cort
land. C. E, Elklnarton; at the St An
drew. A. J. Nicholson, Mra. A. J. Nich
olson: at tha Breslln. Miss I. Weinber
ger: at tha Herald Square. J. S.
Haurher: at the Astor House, A. C.
Ruhr: at tha Grand. H. Euker.
From Tacorna At tha Hoffman. E. J.
From Sookana At tha Martinique. F.
J Rehrman: at tha Park Avenue. M. E.
From Seattle At tha Marlborough.
H. F. Hauffman. A, M. Atwood; at the
Seviw. A. R Kuhn. Mrs. C. Conn: at
tha York. E. II. Carrloo. Mrs. E. IL Car
ries: at tha Astor House. O. A. Hanson.
Catholic Teachers Hear Ex
perts on Subjects Relative
to Class Work.
FATHER O'HARA PRESIDES
Many Public School Instructors Also
Attend Session Dr. Thomas B.s
Lwwlrr, of Xew York
Is Main Speaker.
DRUG DERELICT JAILED Ef
HO.V OK RICH ST. LOCIS L
OITEN IP BY ACXT.
Itlrhard O'Keefe, CO, Whose Down-
fall Is Laid to Sooth Portland
Pharmacist, Is Sentenced.
So firmly In tha rrlp of the cocaine
habit that his relatives were forced to
surrender him to the police. Richard
O'Keefe. 0 years old. said to be a son
of a prominent man in St. Ixuls, waa
sentenced In tha Municipal Court yes
terday to serve 10 daya at the Linn-
ton rockplle This Is the maximum
sentence for the offense.
O'Keefe. according to his own state
ment. Is Indirectly another victim of
Solomon Miller, the South Portland
druggist who was sentenced to the
rockplle by Judge Tsswell recently.
after It had been proved that ha car
ried on an extensive trade In cocaine
among young hoys, o Keere. In a con
versation with Patrolman Ackerman.
who has been assigned to Inveetlgate
the cocaine traffic, admitted that he
foregathered with the "snow-birds" of
South Portland and pot hit supplies
The youth since early Infancy has
been In the care of his aunt. Mrs.
Catherine Morrison, til Fourth atreet.
'He la like my own child to me."
she aald with a faltering voice. She
blamea cocaine for his deterioration.
'He la a good boy." aha said, "but
tha drug haa got him. He told me hi
knew three placea where ha could buy
It any time.
Recently, while under the Influence
cf cocaine, O'Keefe went home and
threatened hla aunt with bodily vio
lence and In fear of her Ufa she caused
O'Keefe admitted that ha had mad
tha drug, but preserved a sulky and
downcast demeanor before the court.
Tha woman who had been a mother to
Mm for 19 years stretched out her
lands, with tear-streamlng eyes, and
said. "Won't you aay anything before
you go?" But ha Ignored her plea.
An effort waa made to get from
O'Keefe tha names of tha druggists
ho had supplied him, but he refused
Tha seventh annual Institution of
the Catholic teachers of Oregon opens
with every Indication of greater suc
cess than aver before." aald Rev. Edwin
V. CHin yesterday after the close of
tba afternoon session. "There Is an In
crease In the attendance over that of
last year and besides the sisters from
our Institutions over the state, many
of the teachers of tha public schools
are taking advantage of the session."
Kev. 11. Mornlhan. of St. Paul, n resi
dent of St. Thomaa College, delivered
the aermon at the preparatory meet
ing, at St. Mary's Cathedral. Sunday
morning, preaching on "The Cathollo
Idea of Education." The principal fea
ture of the Monday morning session
was an Illustrated lecture on the
Philippines, by Dr. Thomas B. Lawler.
of New Tork. Mr. Lawler attended the
National Educational Association con
vention In San Francisco, and was In
vited to Portland especially to assist
as a lecturer before this Institute.
Philippine Schools Praised.
Mr. Lawler haa visited the Philip
pines five tlmea since Its occupation by
the United States. His address dealt
chiefly with the educational advan
tages given the nstlvea by the Govern-
school sysem. He declared that
re prosperity of the Islands
upon the Industrial training
being offered the native
Filipinos in the Government schools.
more thsn upon any other Influence.
Mr. Lawler will deliver another ad
dress today.- "European Sources of
American History" aa a substitute for
the address that was to be given by
President J. H. Ackerman. of the State
Normal School, who will be unable
to attend. Later In the afternoon he
will give his regular lecture on
Early Missionary Activity In Amer
In the Monday morning session. In
addition to the historical lecture. Mlsa
Mary Doyle, superintendent of the
Holy Names Normal School In Seattle,
conducted work In lesson plana, and
Miss Mary Campbell, of Seattle, gave
dictation work In the art department.
Miss Csmpbell wss formerly supervisor
of tha art work In the schools of Ta
corna. and Is regarded aa an authority
In her Una In the Northwest. County
School Superintendent A. F. Robinson.
lectured on the teaching of reading:.
RETAIL SALES ALLEGED
National Ice at Coal Storage Firm
Accused In Affidavit.
The National Ice A Cold Storage
Company la accused, in an affidavit
filed yeatarday by Thomaa Barnes, of
Barnes eV Carmack. otherwise known
aa the National Ice efc Coal Company, of
having aold lea at wholesale East
Side com pell tors of Barnes a Carmack.
despite an agreement to the contrary.
This Is tha latest move In the case In
which Barnea A Carmack ara seeking
Injunction to prevent the National
co Ai Cold Storage Company from do-
ng a retail business on the East Side
nd to collect damagea for Invasion of
heir agreement-protected territory.
which Included all of Portland eaat of
the Willamette River.
Answering the declaration of Charles
mlth. manager of tha defendant com
pany. Mr. Barnes declares that tha
allure of John Pltchburn. employed aa
attorney, to appear In the Munclnal
Court to defend hla firm led to a plea
of guilty and a flne of :s. Thla plea
waa entered, ha said, merely because
t waa advisable to aava tlma and fur-
her trouble. They were arrested
gain. Barnes states, and found guilty.
ut won on an appeal to the State Clr-
cult Court. In these two Instances
only, he asaena, wae tna nrm ot uarnes
A Carmack brought Into court for tha
alleged selling of short-weight lea.
WAR DECLARED ON RATS
Sooth Brooklyn Residents Ask
of Health Officer.
War on rata haa been declared by
residents of Brooklyn, living south of
Brooklyn Slough, where swarms of
rodents are becom'ng a serious pest.
Two big rata tried to get through the
screen doors of a house on Eaat Ninth
street yesterday morning. One of tha
rats ran up and down tha screen seek
ing an opening, frightening woman on
The rats corns from tha deserted
rsnnery building and the stagnant
pool and accumulation of filth on tha
west aide of the Esst Ninth-street
fill. Conditions are considered serious
snd the health officer will be aaked
to require tha owners of tha proaorty
to fill up tha slough.
Father O'Hara In his annual presi
dential address dealt with tha "Teach
ing of Religion In tha Elementary
"The aim of religious Instruction In
the school." he said, "Is the develop
ment of aa enlightened conscience and
the formation of a Christian character.
for conscience Is the guide of life Im
planted In our nature, discriminating
right from wrong and Investing the
right with authority and sway."
In summing up his afternoon address
on "The Relations of Science and Re
ligion." Rev. Mr. Moynlhan said:
"Science has done two things. It
haa showed the order and regnlarlty
of the universe, and It haa shown the
nnlverse to be full of mystery that
science cannot solve. Thus true
science pavea tha way to religious be
Quoting Lord u.evln. he said: "If
you think strongly enough, you will
be forced by science to a - belief In
Training Main Theme.
The attendance at the Institute In
cludes more than S00 sisters from the
different Cathollo schools of the arch- 1
diocese of Oregon, and from 50 to 76 .
teachers representing; the public
schools. In addition to prominent
lecturers from Eastern cities aa Rev. '
Mr. Moynlhan and Dr. Lawler, a num.-
ber of prominent educators of this ;
stste are taking part In the Institute, '
which, according to Father O'Hara,
will deal most extensively with prac
tical training and will touch but light
ly on the purely theoretical aide of
the teacher's profession, t
The sessions ara held In the assembly
hall and class rooms of St. Mary's
Academy, at Fourth and Mill streets.
Tha Institute will be closed Friday
afternoon with an address by Arch
OUTING MANAGERS FINED
Realty Board Trie Fries and
Chap In for Excursion to Eatacada.
When about 60 members of the Port
land Realty Board had assembled In
shirt sleevea at Richard's cafe yester
day for their weekly luncheon a sen
sation waa sprung by F. i- Purse,
chairman of tha meeting, who reported
that W. H. Frlea and w. I Cbapin,
prominent members of the organisa
tion, "had been indloted by the Mult
nomah County grand Jury.
Tha speaker said the two man were
to be punished for arranging an ex
curslon on such a hot day aa waa ex
perienced last Saturday. Court pro
ceedings were at once started with
Mr. Purse ss prsstdlng Judge. George
W. Haien as the prosecuting attorney
and C. C. Craig as attorney for tha
Many of those present who had gone
on the trip to Estacaoa Saturday were
called upon to testify regarding the
'cruelty" of the men who were respon
sible for the excursion. Aa members
of the entertainment committee. It was
voted that they did not understand
their "Job" and they were consequently
found Kutlty as charged. As a penalty
ther were required to furnish cigars
for the crowd. Aside from the weather
the affair was a big success and peo
ple of the Estacada district were given
a vote of thanks for their hospitality.
The Realty Board will be guests on
a trip over the Oregon E.iecino next
Saturday. They will visit ths nursery
t Orenco and win also oa entertained
at Hlllsboro. invitations nave Deen
Issued to tha Press Club to Join the excursion.
Ton can Kt your favorite "Cake Box
tobacco" at either of our stores. Fig
Slchel A So,. i Id. d and Wash.
Plummer nae the highest quality olive
ell In Portland. Sample free. Call or
phone Plummer Drug Co 260 Third,
Our Tea Room
Service 11 to 2
The coolest place in the city to dine.
The cleanest place in all the West.
Everything just like home. Foods
that will sharpen your appetitie during
these warm days. Take elevator. 4th.
Great bargains in women's Suits Bay now
Great bargains in women's Dresses. See them
Great specials in Corsets TaKe advantage
Sales of women's Undermnslins Bay now
All Millinery prices are g'reatly reduced
Lingerie Waists and Dresses are now on sale
Great barg'ains in Petticoats Bay one now
We serve a 25c dairy lunch every day
in our Basement Lunch Room. Ice
cream and ice-cream sodas. All kinds
of fancy mixed soft drinks, etc. A
pleasant inviting place to refresh self.
Specials in women's Underwear TaKe advantage Great bargains in Dress Goods TaKe advantage
Great specials in women's Hosiery-Bay Hosiery now Great Barg'ains in SilKs A good time to buy SilKs
Great specials in Fancy NecKwear TaKe advantage Bargains in Wash Goods. Buy Wash Goods at a saving
Great July "Cleanup" specials in Bathing Suits Great bargains in Table Linens TaKe advantage
Specials in women's Gloves Buy your Gloves now Great barg'ains in Embroideries TaKe advantage
Specials in women's Corsets Bay one now and save Great barg'ains in Travelers' Needs A big saving
Specials in Ribbons and Laces TaKe advantage Great bargains in HammocKs, etc TaKe advantage
GREAT BARGAINS IN MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, HATS. ETC BUY NOW AT A BIG SAVING
Hot Weather Calls for "Vudor" Porch Shades, HammocKs, Automatic Refrigerators
Fireless Cookers. Gas Hot Plates, Ice Cream Freezers, Tents and Camping Outfits
S2.5Q Matting Suit Case $1.98
24-inch Matting Suitcase with best steel frame,
leather corners, linen-lined, brass lock CJI QO
and bolts; our regular $2.50 value at V''0
24-ineh Matting Suitcase, steel frame and leather
corners, brass lock, etc.; $3.00 values at 2.48
$1Q Leather Suit Case at
In the trunk and bag store, fourth floor, ft sale of
genuine Cowhide Suitcases, steel frame, two straps
all around, ring handles, brass lock and catches, linen
lined, with shirtfold and inside straps. QR
Regular $10.00 values, offered special at P 'O
ORDER BY MAIL
ORDER BY MAIL
Hot Weather Sale
To $5 Wash Dresses $1.89
Hot weather sale of women's
House Dresses, made of
such good materials as ging
hams, percales and cham
brays, with high or Dutch
necRs, long or three-quarter
sleeves, plain or plaited
sKirts, patterned in stripes.
large or small checKs, fig-
u r e s a
Vals. to $5
$6.5Q SKirts $3.39
Extraordinary sale of Women's Wash
Skirts in white reps or linen material;
just the thing for outing wear. Plain
gored styles with strap seams ; some but
ton on the side; others are the new
3-piece styles, with detach- d0 QQ
able buttons: vals. to $6.50 ?---
Women's $1Q SKirts $5.39
For today, "Hot Weather Sale" of Women's Panama and English
Serge Skirts in blue, brown and black, checked goods in black and
white: lavender and white, etc. Three-piece Skirts in the newest
styles, many of the season's best selling novelties. Regular (J C OA
values to $10.00 specially priced to close out the lot at only P
Hot Weather Sale of Wash Goods
Hot Weather Needs
75c CHERRY SEEDERS
NOW ONLY 69c EACH
The best cherry seeder on
the market. "Will seed all
kinds of. cherries rapidly,
without mashing. A reg
ular 75e seeder, hot CQ
weather price only'''
$1.25 NICKEL TEA KET
TLE NOW AT ONLY 98c
All copper, nickel - plated
Tea Kettle, seamless, No.
8 size, with double seam
spouts; high-grade $1.25
values, special frQQf
this sale only, ea. 0
50 FEET GARDEN HOSE,
$6.85 VALUE NOW AT $5.95
Guaranteed red rubber Garden
Hose, 7-ply; 50-foot length,
with nozzle. Our QC
regular $6.85 value P
5c dozen Picnic Plates, offered during this sale for 3d
Aluminum Collapsible Drinking Cups, special, ea., 7
Mason Fruit Jar Rubbers, special, three dozen at Sod
$1.75 Values at 88c
$5 Values at $2.5Q
All Child's Hats at 12 Price
In the Millinery Store, second floor,
a sale of Children's Summer Hats, in
all the newest style creations. $1.75
values for 88c; our $2.50 values for
$1.25, our $3 values for $1.50; regu
lar $4.00 val. for $2.00, and $5.00 U
val. at $2.50. Choice of stock at
2Qc Organdy 12c
3Qc Voiles, Yd. 18c
In the aisle of cottons, a sale of or
gandies and batistes in fine cheer
quality, beautiful printed patterns,
suitable for every want- 1 O
ed purpose; 20o vaL, yd. &
Flaked Voiles, beautiful fabrics in
the much-favored light-weight Sum
mer materials; rich plaid ef- 1 O
fects; actual 30e values, yd. AOi
65c Crepes, Yd. 38c 25c Foulard. Yd. 15c GOODS
35c Gingham at 19c
Silk and cotton crepe materials in
plain colors, all the leading shades,
suitable for dresses, waists, gowns,
etc.; very pretty, cool fab- OQ.
rics, worth to 65c a yard for JOl
Scotch Ginghams, the famous An
derson make, absolutely fast colors;
300 pieces in the lot; plaids, "I Q
checks, novelties; 35c values
Final clean-up sale of Foulard Mi
rage, the ideal cloth for Summer
drtsses, the very newest patterns;
will make up like silk; 25c 1 C.
quality, on special sale at, yd.
35c BathTow'ls 25c
In the Domestic Aisle, a sale of pure
white Turkish Bath Towels; extra
heavy 35c values, specialized OC
at the low price of only, each 5iJC
27 WILL CLIMB HOOD
M. C. A. PARTT LEAVES STA
TIO.V AT MOXTAVIIXA.
Accent of Mountain. Will Be Made
Xext Thursday Two Other,
Trip Are Planned.
Twenty-.even men left the .tatlon at
Montaetlla on the Mt. Hood Rallwar
yeeterday. on the flrnt lap of tha T. M.
C. A. walk to Mount Hood. From, the
end of th. railroad they will trarel on
foot with a wag-on to transport their
luKae as far as Government Camp,
where they will make their headquar
ters. The ascent of th. mountain will
be made Thursday. July 10. On th.
return, they expect to break camp Sat
urday and reach Bull Run early In ths
afternoon to catch th. train back to
Th. trip 1. under th. direction of P.
W. Lee, aseletant director In th. T.
M. C A. A. M. Grllley. superintendent
of the physical department, who or
ganized the expedition, accompanied
th. party aa far as Bull Run. Two
other expedition, one to Crater Lake,
and on. to th. Josephln. County Caves,
are under consideration, but the dates
of departure have not yet been set
tled. Members of th. party Include: P.
W. Las, B. S. Ennla, O. R. Teed, F. W.
Clutterham. Clyde E. Barnes, A. H.
Banks, 8. E. Breghley, H. M. Dlcken
sen, F. E. Lewis, M. W. Hemmeter, L.
D. Bosley, Dr. J. W. McMlchael, O. F.
Scott, Harold V. Newlln, T. M. Pye,
P. R. Newlln. T. Booth, D. K. Mc
Brockman. Conrad Gerald. O. E. Mat
thews, Lk B. Cornell. F. M. Harman, D.
H. McKittrlck, Charles Banks, N. P.
ELKS ARE TARRYING EAST
Big Reception, to Be Given Convention-Winning
Portland Elke who assisted In wfn-nlna-
th. 1911 convention for this city
ar. not likely to return until lat. next
week. Some of them will remain for
several months, as th.lr tickets permit
th.m to visit th. East until October tl.
It la likely that most of the herd, for
whom a reception and demonstration
similar to that held last Wednesday
evening- will bo arranged, will not b.
back In Portland until August 1. K. K.
Kubll, exalted ruler of the lodge, haa
gone to' Baltimore, while Gus C. Moser,
whos. speech nominating Portland for
It It honors captivated tha Atlantle
City meeting, has remained at Atlantic
City In an endeavor to win th. Com
mercial Law League convention for
Dr. Harry McKay, past exalted ruler,
and Joseph Delta, chairman of Port
land's Atlantic City committee, who
led the Western division in the grand
march at the annual ball, are detained
in New York, while W. R. Apperson,
past exalted ruler, also will be in the
East for a short time.
If these officials and a number of
other prominent Elks who went to At
lantic City return about the same time.
a big celebration will
night of their arrival.
be held on the
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