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fHE MORXIXG OREGONIAX. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. 1912.
ELKS WILL BIG
MORE THAN 1DD.D0D
Secretary McAllister Marvels
at Many Lodges Coming
PARADE MAY DRAW 175,000
People of Portland Must Open Tbeir
Homes to Care for Vast Throng
Expected as All Hotels Will
Be Taxed to Capacity. v
Although he will be the only dele
gate from his lodge In attendance at
the Elks' National convention in Port
land next month. R. B. Forrest, of EI
Reno. Ok la., expects to take part in
Be will march, according to -the rules
of the grand lodge, in the place to
which the number of his home lodge
entitles him. El Reno is No. 743 in
the list of lodges.
Other Oklahoma lodges will be well
represented, according to advice re
celved yesterday by Harry C. McAl
lister, secretary of the Convention Com
mission. Replies to the inquiries sent
out a week ago Indicate that every
section of the country will be well rep
resented. Small towns in Missouri,
Kansas. Texas, Indiana, Illinois an
Iowa that ordinarily send no more than
their gTand lodge delegate to the con
ventlon, will have five, six. eight or ten
men In Portland.
Mexicaa Delegatloa tm Cone.
A large delegation is coming from
Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, where reside
about 60 Elks, who are members of
various lodges in New Mexico and Art
Announcement was received here yes
terdsy of another special train party.
It will come from Wichita, Kan., and
will carry about 150 persons. The
Wichita lodge will have about 25 mem
bers on board. The remainder of the
party will be recruited from the vari
ous smaller lodges in Southern Kan
sas and Northern Oklahoma.
One of the first delegations to ar
rive will be that from Dixon. 111., which
is due on July Fourth. It will consist
of about ten persons. The Flndlay, O.
party of ten persons is due on July S.
Other parties, great and small, will ar
rive on Saturday, July 6.
At 12:20 Sunday afternoon, July
the special train bearing members of
the Medford lodge will arrive. The en
tire party, preceded by their famous
Kazoo band, win march to the Imperial
Hqtel. where headquarters have been
engaged. Medford will maintain "open
bouse" at the Imperial all week and
will lend much to the gaiety of the
convention. Owney Patton, one of the
most comical Elks in the world, will
have charge of the Medford rooms.
A special Pullman car atttached to
a regular train will bring IS members
of the Frederick, Ok la., lodge and ten
members of the lodge at Elk City,
Okla. They are dne to arrive Monday,
Ogden. Utah, will have 30 Elks and
about as many women. They will Join
In the parade.
Goldfleld Flaas I'alque.
Goldfleld, Nev, promises to make an
unique showing In the parade. It will
be represented by about 10 members
and 20 women.
Some of the other cities reporting
the size of their delegations yesterday
were: Lafayette. Ind., 10; Fort Wayne,
Ind 10: Lead, a D., 25: La Junta, Colo.
40; Rock Island. 111.. 10; ChilUcothe.
Mo., t; Nevada City, Cal.. 15; Logans-
port. Ind- 10: New Albany. Ind.. 5
Oskaloosa. Ia., 10; Sioux Fails, S. D., 6.
and Evansville, Ind., 15.
Ballard. Wash., will have 100 men in
the parade and probably will have three
or four decorated automobiles contain
lng women members of their party.
"Court ef Homer" Takes Shape.
Work Is progressing rapidly on the
"Court of Honor" on Seventh, Yamhill,
Sixth and Stark streets. The Welcome
arch at the North Bank depot is com-
rtleted and is nightly Illuminated.
"Reports from lodges in distant cities
surprise me, said secretary McAllister
yesterday. "To get six. eight and ten
delegates from small towns as far away
mm Indiana and Illinois Is better than
has been done by an Eastern city that
has entertained Jne grand loage.
"Our records snow now that we post
ttvely will have 100,000 or more visitors
in the city. This is a greater number
than ever has been here in a single
convention before. It is probable that
the total attendance will reach 135,000.
On the day of the parade it may go to
175.000 people, who will come In for
the one day.
"We will be able to take rood care
of everyone who comes if the people
of Portland open their homes to vis
itors. We need quite a few more
ELKS' SPECIALS TO SE MAVT
Harriraan Passenger Officials Take
Care to Avoid Confusion. '
In order to avoid needless confusion
from the arrival of numerous special
trains daring the Elks' convention In
Portland, officials of tbe passenger de
partment of the Harriman lines yes
terday began Issuing official orders for
equipment and schedules for these
The Elks In Oregon and Washington
will use probably a score of special
trains from the East, all entering
Portland over the Harriman lines.
Points in the Paclflo Northwest from
which Elks will operate special trains
include Baker. La Grands. Pendleton.
The Dalles, Hood River, Walla Wa'la.
North Yakima, Seattle, Aberdeen, Ho
qulam, Spokane, - Lewlston, Roseburg
iron-and steel at Youngstown, O.. is atl
the Multnomah. -
G. A. Crltcberson. a tourist from
Boston, is at the Cornelius.
A. G. Farley, a business maa of Sun
Francisco, is at the PortlanJ.
Thomas J. Carroll, a tourist from
New York, is at the Carlton.
James A. MacMabon. a tourist from
New Tork, is at the Carlton.
D. Vedereich. a cigar Importer of
New York, is at the Portland.
P. Leary, a Hillsboro merchant, and
Mrs. 1-eary are at tbe Perkins. .
G. X- Wendllng, a lumberman of San
Francisco, is at the Multnoman.
Howard Throckmorton, a broker of
Los Angeles, Is at the Multnomah.
W. B. Jameson, a prominent politician
of Tacoma. is at the Multnomah.
Ray Johnson, a business man rf
Boise, Idaho, is at the Cornelius,
Clement Pal In. a tourist fran
Lanslngburg, N. Y., is at the Bowers.
L. T. Boyle, civil engineer, is regis-
tered at the Bowers from The Dalles.
W. A. MacDonald, a timber and coal
operator of Seattle, is at the Portland.
Ed .Cash and Mrs. Cash, of Win
nlpeg. who are louring the Coast are
at the Cornelius.
E. F. ZImmer, of Albany, a member
of Copenhagen Bros.' contracting Urn;
is at the Bowers.
George A. Campbejl, manager of the
Reno Light & Water Company, of Reno.
and Mrs. Campbell are at the Multno
Mrs. Kate Landqr, of ivlarshfleld, who
was operated on recently at St. Vln
cent's. Hospital, is improving and will
soon be Able to return home.
CHICAGO, June 18. (Special.) Fol
lowing are Portland persons who reg
istered today at Chicago hotels: At
the Congress J. A. Daugherty, D. F.
Honeyman, Gay Lombard. Jordan Zan;
at the Great Northern Max Michel; at
the Grand Pacific Will R. King.
OAKS RAISING DEBIT
Half of Tonight's Receipts Do
nated to Musical Backers.
PROMINENT SPIELERS ACT
Chapman Will Make Appeal
Funds and Announces That Those
Who Stay Outside Must Pay
Extra for That 'Privilege:
Over a score of Portland's - most
prominent men will turn themselves
nto "spielers," "barkers," or "shills'
and will take their stand outside each
one of the concessions at the Oaks
amusement park tonight and endeavor
to make every visitor patronize
and all of the concessions.
Fifty per cent of the receipts has
been donated by Manager Cordray and
the concessionaires towards the Rose
Festival Musical Chorus deficit of
$2000 and it is expected that this debit
will be wiped off.
The amateur spielers will do their
worst in the intermission, before and
after the big concert to be given at
the Oaks tonight by the Rose Festi
val Musical choruses, when 20 pretty
girls will take up a collection after
C. C. Chapman has made an appeal
for dimes and dollars.
Chapman Is Wily.
"Everybody has to go In everything
at the Oaks," said Mr. Chapman. "The
man who stays outside has to pay
double for the privilege of watching
Colonel C. E. S. Wood, wno coesn i
believe in jail, has promised for this
occasion only to lure the unwary with
ellvAi-.tnTie-iiMl wnrrin into the "Jail"
Archbishop Christie Presides and and the divers tribulations therein to
STUDENTS GET MEDALS
GRADUATING EXERCISES HELD
BY BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Delivers Address Awards Given
for Good Work. '
Commencement exercises of the
Christian Brothers Business College
were held last night at Alumni ball.
Grand avenue and Clackamas street.
Rev. Archbishop Alexander Christie
presided and delivered the address. A
literary and musical programme was
rendered, together with athletic nvm
bers for the gymnasium department
under Professor Shockley, physical
director. "Catholic Education was
the subject of a paper by John J. Hig-
glns; "Irish Home Rule," by John A.
Hyland, and "Saint John Baptist de
La Salle," by Raymond G. Assmann,
A typewriting contest was given. The
following gold medals were awarded
Archbishops gold medal, presented
by Archbishop Christie for Christian
doctrine in the business department.
was won by Raymond G. Assmann.
Alumni Association medal for gen
era! excellence in the business de
partment, was won by John J. Hig
Capron medal by Albert G. Capron,
general excellence in the commercial
department, won by Earl Williams.
President s gold medal, presented by
President Andrew for best penman in
the college, won by W. Raymond Gay-
Thompson medal, presented by Rev.
George Thompson for excellence in
first grammar class, won by Walter
Medal presented by Rev. Edwin V.
O'Hara for excellence in second gram
mar class, won by Joseph Van Loo.
College gold medal presented for
most progress In music, won by The
Cronin . medal, presented by Rev.
William Cronin for excellence in first
Intermediate class, won by Edwin
Gold medal for excellence in the
second intermediate class, won by
Gold medal In tbe preparatory ae
nartment. won by Joseph Casclato.
Certificates In the business depart
ment were given as follows: Charles
Lair, Raymond G. Assmann, Charles
E. Boyle. Frederick J. Brennan, John
J. Hlgglns. Alfred E. Bartholemy, Ray
mond Louis Manning, jonn A. Hyiana.
In the ninth grade, diplomas were
awarded the following students: Pat
rick L. O'Halloran, Patrick T. Mc
Carthy. Walter C Simon, David F.
Shanahan. Ezra J. Mears, Mattnew Hy
att. Albert F. Dugan, Harold J. Maier,
Frederick J. Gansneder. Franz A.
Gansneder, Louis J. Lemery. -FranclB
A, Kiernan, Raymond J. Ward, Daniel
Foley. Orestes J. celorla, Leiioy
John Hobs, Edmund T. Dwyer.
'If thev want to escape my hot air,
they will have to go in the 'cave of the
winds.'" said W. T. Buchanan, who
will be on dutv there.
J. Fred Larson and George Hyiano
will divide their attention between the
iov wheel" and "shooting the chutes.
Rev. Albert Ehrgott will promise that
the "ride In the clouds" win De
near-trip to Heaven - for one night
Tom Richardson Cheers Soubrettes,
Tom Richardson will paint in glow
ing terms the beauties of the "chorus
ladles" of the . Frank Rich Musical
Comedy Company. Clark Williams,
from the depths of his own experience,
will advise to the lovelorn a trip in
the old mill.
Frank Branch Riley will be outside
the home of the educated horse.
Free advertising will be given by
A. A. Schell, of the Chapman Adver
tising Company. C. F. Berg will at
tract to the carousal or merry-go-
Merrick Is Featured.
W. C. Caswell will promise the fat
men they may become thin and the
thin ones fat In the magic mirrors.
'I shall "take Postmaster Merrick out
with me," said Mr. Carswell.
B. Lee Paget, prohibitionist, will
take his stand at the bathing pavil
ion and tell of the joys of pure water.
'I am certain Portland will turn
out in enormous crowds when a great
free show like this is offered," said
Mr. Chapman. "I can warrant the
liveliest time the park ever saw. we
shall make Cordray appear in vaude
ville and everyone else will all form
a part of the great snow.
During the afternoon the children's
chorus of 600 voices will hold the
Well salute him, whoever
he may be and the country
will go right ahead. " '
Straw hats and straw votes -are
If you're backing your
"guess" with any "collat
eral" here are election hats
and election suits to fit the
Hats from $1 to $5.
Suits, $10 to $30.
This week we open up new
colors in two-piece suits, with
the popular Norfolk jackets.
Third Street, Near Morrison
checking them over recently Sunerin-
tendent Park discovered that the en
tire 31 had taken the first year in the
high school course successfully, or a
record of 100 per cent of eighth grade
pupils entering tne nigh school. .
L TEASERS HIT
PORTLANDERS TORMENT LIOITS
IX CITY PARKS, 'TIS SAID.
OREGOX SUFFRAGIST TO HEAR
At Luncheon This Week at Imperial
Hotel Women Will Listen to
What Stage Folk Think.
Through the instrumentality of Mrs.
Olive Stott Gabriel, sister of Mrs. E. J.
Bullock, of Portland, members of the
College Equal Suffrage League, will be
addressed by Miss Henrietta Crosman
at a luncheon to be given in her honor at
tho ImnorlHl Hotel Thursday or Friday.
Certificates were given to first and rs Marv Rlnzrose. who has been doing
second year stuaenis in me cummer- sucn KOOd work among the Catholics In
clal departments. I tne city, also will be a guest. Both
will give addressee on the subject
.. . .V. .1. ho.,,.. a Ci 1 ti- . )lin lonri.
MAN HIDES COIN IN MOUTH lng announcement at the bi-monthly
meeting Ul ma Vunega AJi-i outwore.
Fifty Dollars Drop Ont When He
Answers Police Queries.
Gold literally dripped from the
mouth of Frank Edwards when he was
taken to the police station early yes
terday morning after being arrested by
Special Officer Potter and Patrolman
League, held yesterday at headquarters
in the Selling building.
Mrs. Gabriel, who had recently come
to Portland from New Tork to help on
the cause of equal suffrage, is a mem
ber of the same suffrage society in
New York as Is Miss Crosman. The lat
ter is well known for her willingness
to devote her spare time to gaining
McCarthy, in a saloon at First and I Thursday week another luncheon will
name?" asked the
Clink." was the answer, and a live-
dollar niece rolled on the floor.
Where did that come rromT ae-
manded the officer.
Clink, clink," came tne response,
and two more effigies of the Goddess
of Liberty came into view.
Boys, this fellow is a regular gold
mine," said Captain Keller, who began
tracing the mother lode from which all I ner.
be given in honor of Miss Anita Whit
ney, of California, who has been work
ing here for the past two weeks. Miss
Whitney will give the principal ad
At the opening of the meeting a let
ter from Mrs. Abigail Scott Duniway
was read, in which she sent greetings
and sincere thanks for the cup which
had been won by the suffragist float
in the parade, and which the members
of the various orders had presented to
H. C. Robinson, Zoologist, Laments
Fact That Cripple Punches Beasts
With End of His Crutch.
H. C. Robinson, representing Homes I
Zoological Arenas at Kansas City and I
uenver, which Is one of the four Arms
in the world dealing in wild animals,!
nas been at the Perkins for the Dastl
weeK. Mr. Koblnson spoke enthuslas-1
tically of the entire festival and then I
launched off into his, hobby, wild I
I am sure that Portland people I
would enjoy a arge zoological garden I
in the beautiful city park," said Mr.
Robinson. "Last week I visited the
menagerie in the park and was as-1
tonished to see a man thrusting his I
crutch at a large lion. The poor beast I
was ready to go into a frenzy as it 1
did not understand such treatment. A
woman also teased the bears.
Wild animals to. do well must be I
protected from such thoughtless per
sons. A jungle .lion . becomes quite I
tame after being in captivity fori
awhile If it is not teased. I test our I
animals by getting into the cages with
them. - When I enter. a Hen's cage for
the first time I keep a cha r before me.
If the Hon is going to make an attack,
he bites the chair ferociously, giving
me time to escape unhurt.
"I am fond of snakes of aU kinds.
In Texas the bull snake is protected
the same as the buzzard because . it
kills field mice and rats. I captured
an escaped- python in Los Angeles
about two weeks ago by the simple
method of putting a - sack over its
head so that it would not see things
which terrified it. With some other
men I carried it back to the zoological
garden. The lustre of an opal is not
to be compared with the beauty of
snake's scales when the rays of the I
sun strike it.
Mr. Robinson leaves for Africa soon.
where he will gather more animals. He
has orders from many shows and
zoological gardens and it is necessary
for him to go to many parts of the
world in order to eollect the animals
In demand. He is a believer in hand
ling all dumb animals humanely, be I
they wild or otherwise.
ALBANY WILL CELEBRATE
Plans to Receive Oregon
Trains Are Made.
Mrs. L. A. Stokes, of Los Angeles, Is
at the Annex
Sam Hartsog, a druggist of Albany,
Is at the Oregon.
Mrs. La Grand Cannon, of Ely, Nev,
is at the Portland.
R. H. Cowden. a lumberman of Silver
ton. Is at the Oregon.
Charles Strong, a business - maa of
Salem, is at the Annex.
Judge Stephen A. Lo irsll, of Pendle
ton, is at the Cornelius.
otto Kahn. a business man of Se
attle, la at tbe Carlton.
Thomas Nolan. a merchant of Cor
ral lis, is at the Oregon.
James J. Eeilmer, an attorney of
Baker, Is at tbe Portland.
L. H. Rose, a fruitgrower of Hood
River, is at the Perkins.
O. L. Rankin, a merchant of Sp
kane, . is at the Portland.
F. L. Carman, a merchant or
Hoquinm, is at the Perkins.
J. E. Lawshe. an attorney of Seat
tle, is at the Multnomsh.
F. O Roarers, a wheat operator ot
"Pendleton, is at the Perkins.
Frank W. Putnam, a manufacturer of
this wealth was coming. Three more
half-eaales were brought to the sur
face and then the vein pincnea out.
The prisoner was Frank Edwards. He
was caught in tne saioon. ana xsv miss.
lng from the till was found about bis
person. He is cn&rgea wiw snwo iar
From today the College Equal Suf
frage League opens its doors to all
suffragists, men or women, whether of
college education or not. inis step nas
received the official sanction of the
National League. To aid the campaign,
which is only beginning- its active
course, several members have donated
automobiles, among, the most recent to
do so being Mrs. C U. Gantenbeln.
At a committee meeting of the
Woman's Club campaign committee
trill twt Vntima Hereafter I yesterday In the Rothschild building, a
Members Will Get notices uereaner ,tmi th Rnmi Ruffmn
CLUB'S STATIONERY FANCY!
on "Passionate" Letterheads.
The office of the promotion bnreau
of the Commercial Club looked like a.
"rose blizzard" yesterday when a stray
breeze came through the window and
scattered the stationery about the
room, for J. J. sayer nas just aaaea
Lyceum League was formed, with the
purpose of raising a fund with which
to hold meetings and procure eminent
speakers to promote the suffrage cam
paign in Oregon. During July many
well-known women are coming- to Ore
gon to speak.
The committee in cnarge Is as fol
lows: Mrs. Sarah A. Evans, chairman
erick Eggert, Mrs. Esther C. Pohl, Mrs.
Grace Watt Ross, Mrs. G. W. McMillan
and Mrs. - A. King Wilson. Governor
West. Samuel Hill, Dr. Luther R. Dyott.
Dr. C. H. Chapman. D. Sons Cohen. W.
M. Davis and John F. Logan are vice-presidents.
to the equipment of letterheads of the I Mrs. W. H. Fear, treasurer; Mrs. Fred-
Oregon Development League a series
nrlnted upon the most "tender and pas
sionate" pink bond Imaginable.
"I want something striking, be saia.
"so that when a member of the club
gets a letter written upon It, be will
be Impressed with It Immediately ana
will not overlook it. Only letters an
nouncing the calling of - committee
meetings In the club will be written
on these pink sheets."
"You ve surely got what you are
after, if 'something striking is what
you desire, remarked Clark Williams
from above his flaming stack of let
terheads. "Why don't you put some
fancy perfume en them and complete
the illusion! Everybody'd fall for them
Coos County Edncator Reports.
SALEM, Or, June 18. (Special.)
A. T. Park. County Superintendent of
Schools of Coos County, was here from
Myrtle Point Monday and has an ex
cellent record fo point to for his for
mer eighth grade pupils. In 1911 there
were SI who took the eight grade ex
amination in that county and all of
them passed with good averages. In
Albany people are making elaborate!
preparations for an "Oregon Electric!
Celebration," which will be held July 4
in celebration of the completion of the I
Oregon Electric Railway to that cltyl
and the Inauguration of a train serv
ice which is scheduled to begin July 1.
The work of ballasting the Salem-Allan
y extension of the Oregon Electric!
will be completed soon.
"Good progress is being made in the
construction - of the Albany-Eugene ex-1
tension of the Oregon Electric, 11 miles I
of track having been completed to date,"
said Carl R. Gray, Jr., assistant engi
neer for the company, yesterday. I
"Necessary freight depots have - been
provided for the railway between Salem
'and Albany, and a temporary passen
ger depot at Albany will be completed
this week. It wll be replaced this
Summer by a permanent and more pre
tentious structure, the contract for!
which has been awarded."
WEALTHY COUPLE MARY
kindly to yon.
Don't strike him.
Hand fiim a Nebo.
The gloriously good Cigarette.
Watch his face light op.
Hear him say,"Beg pardon'
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uix sua i rauuiS Jtt. of ,.-t fh COmnanv did not eon.
Black, of Vancouver, Wed. I tribute one cent toward the Human
Rosebud-Parade or for any part of the
vlHPmivrR t ia o oiaa raion-muieui. ine car
claL) The wedding o'f Mrs. Dorothy company did bring the children In from
Wolf to Francis M. Black, both wealthy
residents of this city, took place yes
terday at the home of Rev. Walter L
Eck, of St. Paul's English Lutheran
Church. The couple left' tonight for
Idaho, and when they return will live
east of the Garrison. ,
It is said that there was a pre-mar-
riage agreement between the two con
cerning their property, each agreeing
to noia tneir wealth separate and not
contest the will of the other in case
of death, but nothing has been filed.
their return fares were paid by the
East Side Business Men's Club.
We want the car company to receive
credit for the able manner in which
they handled the chldlren and the
splendid service they gave to all the
East Side Men Give Facts.
PORTLAND, Or., June 1. (To the
Editor.) As members of the finance
committee of the East Side, we wish
to correct a. statement appearing in
The Oregonian of the 16th instant. In
reference to the assistance given by
the Portland Railway. Light & Power
Company. ' Speaking of the service
men and equipment furnished during
the Festival week, tbe article says: "In
addition to this the company contrib-1
utes a large amount of cash for the I
Human Rosebud Parade on tbe East!
Side. It also provided cars for these
children to ride in." Now as a matter!
Saving Is Simply Good Sense
He is wise who provides, for tomorrow. He is wiser still
who provides for day after tomorrow. .
Keep a picture of your old age before you. That is your
day after tomorrow. Save now while you still have earning
power. ' . a
Hibernia Savings Bank
Second and Washington Streets
"A Conservative Custodian"
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS 6 TO 8
city, but we want the facts stated a
they are. G. E. WELTER.
A. A. KADDERLT,
Finance Committee East Side Buslnest
Can quickly bs oramjnie by
act surely and
w, sod Miyirioa. Thuj do their auty.
Small PiO. SmmO Dose. Small Plica.
Genuine mutbrnt Signature j
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