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K CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
OREGONIAX TELEHIO.NES. '
Manatrlnjr Editor Main 7070. A 60V5
ity Eaitor Mala 7070. A. BOUA
Sunday Editor Main 7070, A Hullo
Advertising Department. ..Mam 7070, A ttoSo
City Circulation Main 707O. A ttutfo
C03iT08in5-room ..Main 7070, A tSJW0
Printing-room Main 7070. A 6o5
Superintendent Building. .Main 7070. A WJUo
HEII.IO THEATER (Broadway, at Taylor!
. Charlea Krohman-Klaw e Krlinger pre
sent Elbie FerKuion In the drama, "Out
rest. Tin afternoon -: and tonight at
BAKER THEATER Broadway and Slxtn.
between Morrison and Alder ( Lyman H.
flowe'a spectacular moving picture.
Afternoon and night.
OAKS AMUSEMENT PARK Concert band
PAXTAGES (Broadway at Alder) Per
formances 2:S0. 7:30 and 9:30 V. M.
EMPRESS (Broadway and Yamhill) Per
formances 2:30. 7:30 and :15 P. it.
Motion Picture Theaters.
ORPHEUM Broadway and Stark.
NATIONAL Park, West Park, near Wash
PEOPLES West Park, near Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
SUNSET THEATER Broadway and Wasn
lngton. Advertisement Intended for City News
In Brief columns In Sunday's lssua must be
banded In Tha Oregonlan busineec offio by
6 o'clock Saturday evening.
OREGOMAXS AT RESORTS.
Subscribe with the following
agents, at your Summer resort,
to secure the most prompt deliv
ery of The Oregonlan. City
rates. Subscriptions by mail are
payable in advance:
Bay Cltr. Or E. P. Marcher
Brlahton. Or W. A. Rovre (
'...Mineral Springs Hetel
Mrs. X. E. Burkhead
Ecola. Or I- W. Crone
Gearhart, Or Mrs. M. S. Elliott
Long; Beach, Wash.. .J. H. Strauhal
Kahcotta, Wash J. H. Brawa
ewpert, Or George Sylvester
Ocean farlt D. E. Beechey
Ocean Lauke Park.. O. I Comstoclc
Rockavray Beach. . .Prank Miller
Seaside. Or Clark Strattom
Tillamook, Or J. S. Lamar
Wheeler. Or, H. Cady
GRESHAK CiKNERI TO BEGIN OPERA
TION. The co-operative cannery at
Gresham, erected by the Gresham
Fruitgrowers' Association, will start
canning operations next week. Ma
chinery that will handle from 300 to
400 cases of canned goods a day has
just been placed. Electric motors have
been installed to run the apparatus,
an Ice plant has been installed. James
iSherling. the manager, says the as
sociation has orders for 1000 cases of
loganberries and 2000 cases of other
berries, which will be filled the com
ing week. All kinds of fruits and
vegetables, cabbage, peas, lettuce, ber
ries and plums will be put up. The
association has adopted "Grefuga." as
Its brand, and it will appear on the
Kelso School Closes. The graduates
of the Kelso school, are Clara Harbi
son. Nora Milan. Lillie Jonsrud, Flor
ence Lamoreaux and Charles Haworth.
At the closing exercises Saturday night
Rev. A. J. Ware delivered an address
urging the students leaving the eighth
grade to continue their work in the
higher schools of learning if possible.
Professor Warner, the principal, spoke
on the topic, "Service to Humanity."
At the close of the programme refresh
ments were served. The following
former teachers of the Kelso school
attended the exercises: Mrs. Albert
Kodlun, of Portland: Miss Dorcas
Hedin, principal of Kast Creek school;
Miss Carrie Lamoreaux, of Boring; and
Miss Elizabeth Canning and Mrs. Rob
WOODLAWN GRAXGE TO MEET TONIGHT.
Woodlawn Grange will meet tonight
in Green's Hall, in Woodlawn, when
the following programme will be ren
dered: Piano solo. Miss Nina Englin;
report of salient points of" the recent
State Grange session, W. H. H. Dufur;
recitation. Miss Twila Armstrong; vo
cal solo. Miss Regina Mitchell; illus
trated lecture, with stereopticon views.
T. C. Maris, of the state department
of education: vocal solo, Harold Moore:
recitation. Miss Mildred Carr; "Value of
Music in the Home." Mrs. Emma B.
Carroll. The programme will be in
charge of Mrs. Sarah Hyatt, lecturer.
Church Picnic On Today. The Pil-ci-im
Congregational Church will give
its annual Sunday School picnic today
at Peninsula Park. The picnickers will
assemble at the church building,
Missouri avenue and Shaver street, at
9 A. M. and go in a body to the park
grounds. Individuals are requested to
bring their own lunch. The picnic pro
gramme will continue until 9 P. M.
so that those who are at work during
the day can come and enjoy supper at
7:30 P. M. and an evening programme.
The friends of the church and Sunday
school will be welcomed.
Race for Goddess at Sandy is Prog
ress. The race for Goddess 'of Lib
erty to preside at the Fourth of July-
celebration to be held at Sandy, July
B, is growing interesting. The follow
ing is the standing of the candidates
Anna Miller, 232; Eva Edwards, 155;
Frances Melnig, 114; Beatrice Beers,
106; Martha Hoffman, 105; Olga Gun
person. 104; Mabel Jonsrud, 102; Ruth
Hart. 102: Laura Shipley, 100; Lena
Thomas. 100; Iva Ten Eyck. 100: Lulu
DeShazer. Helen Milan. The contest
will continue till the close of the
Albina Cujb Holds Luncheon. At
the luncheon held yesterday by the
Albina Business Men's Club in Albina,
a committee was appointed to have
prepared a big sign, "Albina," to be
erected at the intersection of Williams
avenue and Russell street. This action
was taken to individualize that dis
trict. Talks were made by M. H. Calef,
i. ij. Aams. a. tt. cellar ana others.
The club decided to take up the ques
tion of the extension of Williams ave
nue to a connection with the entrance
to the railroad bridge.
Parents to Vi:it Boys' Camp. Fath
ers and mothers of the lads who are
to attend the Young Men's Christian
Association Summer camp at Spirit
Lake will spend two or three days with
the boys this Summer. A. M. Grilley
physical director, is planning to take
a larse number of parents in autos to
Mount St. Helens for a short outing
with the youngsters.
SiSDT Gets New Switchboard. A
new switchboard is being installed at
Sandy for the Multnomah & Clackamas
County Mutual Telephone Company, and
it will be ready for use within a few
days. This improvement will provide
Sandy and Sandy district with day and
night telephone service. .The com
pany also will make several line ex
tensions in the Sandy district this year.
Insurance Man's Wife Dies. Mrs.
Verda N. Blanford. wife of J. H. Blan
ford. Oregon state agent for the Cali
fornia 4tate Life Insurance ComDanv
died yesterday at her home 1212 East
Glisan street. Mrs. Blanford was born
on March 23. 1873. The funeral will
be held tomorrow probably, though de
tails will be announced later.
Sunday Excursions. To Cascade
Locks on steamer "Bailey GatzerU
I. 00 round trip. Leave Alder street
dock 9 A. M. Arrives back 5:45 P. M
Phone Main 914. A 5112. Adv.
July 5 to Be Postal Holiday. As
July 4 is a Sunday, the following day,
July 5. will be observed as a holiday
at the postoffice. Only one mail de
livery will .be made, with the regular
holiday mail collections. The general
delivery, stamp, parcel post and regis
try windows and all postal stations
will oe open only from 8 o'clock A. M.
to noon. Under directions from the
Postoffice Department, employes in the
division of mails will be worked as
nearly as practicable in four-hour shifts.
Postoffice receipts for the first 15 days
of June show an increase of $3,119.08
over last year. Comparative figures
are: June 15, 1914. 842,688; June 15,
Realty Men to Get Rose. Mem
bers of the Portland Realty Board de
termined at yesterday's meeting to
shower roses upon all Eastern realty
men who visit Portland early next
month on their way home from the
annual convention of the National As
sociation of Real Estate Exchanges
which will be held at Los Angeles next
week. (J. Lewis Mead was appointed
chairman of a committee to provide
for this feature of the entertainment.
Special committees on reception had
previously been appointed and the plan
is to take the visitors for an automo
bile ride about Portland and over the
Bishop From Ivdia to SjJf.ak.
Bishop Frank W. Warne. of the Metho
dist Episcopal Church in India, will
address the Methodist Teachers' meet
ing next Monday at 10:30 o'clock in.
the Sunday School room, of the First
Methodist Church. Bishop Warne has
spent most of his life in India and
is thoroughly acquainted with that
country and its people. A most in
teresting report about conditions there
is expected. The members of Women's
Home and Foreign Missionary Societies
of the Methodist church are especially
Invited to attend this meeting.
Police Band Elects Ofttcers. Ed
ward Burke, a patrolman, has been
elected president of the police band.
to succeed R. J. Ellis, who resigned
while the members of the band were in
San Francisco. E. A. Manring was
elected vice-president; R. S. Flack, re
elected secretary; and J. S. Thompson
is the new treasurer. New members
admitted are: Detective Ackerman and
Patrolmen Wells, Linton, and Freiberg.
. A. iseiberling was elected a mem
ber, although he is not a member " of
the Police Bureau. Mr Selberling has
been director of the band.
Building Code Change Opposed. In
a communication sent yesterday to the
City Council the Oregon Association of
the American Society of Civil Engi
neers advises against the adoption by
the Council of the measnre now pend
ing permitting the erection of mill
construction buildings one and two
stories in height within the present
fireproof district. The communication
says the majority of the, members of
the organization hold that the amend
ment is ill-advised at this time.
Suspect in Theft Held. Suspected
of participation in theft at the St.
Helens Lodging House early yesterday
morning. Joe O'Connor was arrested by
City Detectives Abbott and Goltz. He
was identified by Detective Leonard as
the man supposed to have been with
Vbe Rushstein and Nick Gondolas, .both
Portland men. who were recently found
guilty of robberies in Pendleton, The
Dalles and Hood River. O'Connor will
be brought before Municipal Judge
Sweet Pea Show Dates Set. The
Oregon Sweet Pea Society has set July
9 and 10 as the dates for their annual
exhibit. The show is to be held in the
new Meier & Frank building and the
enthusiasm shown at the meeting last
night would indicate that it was going
to be the largest and best show that
the society has yet held. J. H. Dun-
dore was elected president of the so-
lety. with George V. Hazen as vice-
president. Mrs. Harriet Hendee is sec
retary and treasurer.
Summer Auto School Arranged.
A special short course has been in
augurated by the Young Men's Chris
tian Association automobile school to
cover in the Summer the essentials of
mechanical construction, road laws,
city ordinances and traffic regulations
that owners of cars are expected to
know. , The course will close Septem
ber 1. The tuition will include full
membership in the association to Oc
C. T. Taylor Seeks Aid. C. T. Tay
lor, who lost a leg while working in a
logging: camp several months ago. is
circulating a subscription list among
the people of Portland so that he may
be able to buy an artificial limb.
He has been recommended by Mother
Lawrence of the Pisgah Home as a
worthy man. She will accept contri
butions for him. He requires only
about $35 to equip himself with a leg
which will peivnit him to seek work.
High Cost of Living Reduced.
Choice shoulder roast of veal 15c lb.,
breast of veal, 12 Vic lb.; whole or half
leg of veal, 15c lb.; loin roast of veal,
17c lb.; veal cutlets. 15c lb.; milk-fed
Spring lamb, fore quarters. 20c lb.;
hind quarters, 2oc lb.; leg of pork, loc
lb.: shoulder of pork, 15c lb.; loins of
pork. 18c lb.; lard, fives, 65c; tens, 81.25.
George L. Parker, 149 First street, be
tween Morrison and Alder streets.
Phones: Main 989 and A 1489. Adv.
Wives Seekino Divorces. Judge Mc
Ginn yesterday granted a divorce to
Leonora K. Herrmansen from J. II.
Herrmansen on grounds of desertion.
Simultaneously in County Clerk Cof
fey's office two other wives were seek
ing separation from their husbands.
They are Nellie Kauffmann against El
mer G. Kauffman, desertion, and Nancy
I. Hyde against George A. Hyde, cruel
and inhuman treatment.
Traction Company Sued. A. B.
Eisenstein. who was injured on April
1 when his automobile collided with a
streetcar at Sixteenth and Irving
streets, filed suit in County Clerk Cof
fey's office yesterday for $10,600 dam
ages against the Portland Railway,
Light & Power Company. Mr. Eisen-
stein allecres that the streetcar was
going faster than 30 miles an hour
when the crash occurred.
Biblical Lecture Set. "The Bible
and Modern Thought". will be the sub
ject of the lecture to be delivered in the
Public Library hall by Sam Atkinson
on Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. The
meeting will be held under the aus
pices of the Portland Rationalist As
sociation. Questions will be answered
at the close.
Taylor-street M. E. Church. Th
usual outdoor service will be held at
10:15 A. M. on Sunday at Third and
Taylor streets in front of the locked
doors. Mr. H. J. Hockenberry will
Rest and Renewal will be found
at Calvary Presbyterian Church,
Eleventh nd " Clay, tomorrow. Rev.
Oliver Baum will preach morning and
Retail store location for rent.
Reasonable rate. Heart of the business
district. S 890. Oregonlan. Adv.
Watches cleaned and repaired. $1.00
each, fepccial offer. Friedlander's. Adv.
"THE EXCEPTIONAL LIFE"
Will be Luther R. Dyott's theme In
the First Congregational Church, Sun
day. June 20. at 11 A. M. Class of 1915
Washington High School, present in a
body at this service. Dr. Dyott's
theme at 7:45, "Where Are Your Eyes?"
Seats reserved for strangers. Wel
CANCELLATION OF SAILING
S. S. Northern Pacific will not sail
from Flavel. Sunday, June 20. S. S.
Great Northern is expected to sail on
Thursday, June 24. Make reservations
early. Ticket office. Fifth and Stark
I'hones. Broadway 920, A 6671. Great
Northern Pacific S. S. -Co. Adv.
Fonth Afrlran business Is severely de
pressed Dy war.
See the display of
Pussy Willow Silk
Neckwear, just ar
rived. A waterproof
Silk Tie in 20 differ
ent shades selling at
S. & H. Stamps Given.
LIMP OF 20 YEARS ISSUE
DAMAGE SUIT OF 5,000 HANGS ON
FIXDISfGS OP JURY.
A. C. Barclay, Former Captalai of Police,
Says Lea; Was Injured 1b Rail
road Accident in 1013.
How much did A. C. Barclay limp
when he was captain of police in Port
land 20 years ago?
On this question hangs a $50,000
damage suit which Mr. Barclay brought
two years ago against the O.-W. R. &
X. Company. The suit is now on trial
before Circuit Judge McGinn.
Mr. Barclay was foreman of a gang
of surface workers on a railroad line
between Vale and Junctura, Or., in
1913. A train of ballast cars on which
he was riding collided with a work-
train. Just before the collision, JUr.
Barclay jumped, landing on a rocky
fill. He was badly cut and bruised and
his leg was Injured.
A year ago the case was tried be
fore Judge McGinn and a jury awarded
Mr. Barclay a verdict of $15,000. Then
A. C. Spencer, attorney for the railroad
company, produced a large number of
affidavits to the effect that Mr. Bar
clay's right leg had been injured many
years ago, and that he walked with a
noticeable limp while he was a mem
ber of the Portland police force. If
the Injuries to his leg were not caused
by the accident, the amount of dam
ages should be greatly reduced, con
tended Mr. Spencer.
On this showing. Judge McGinn
ordered a new trial, which is now
proceeding. Mr. Barclay has admitted
that his right leg was injured when
he was a baby, and that he has always
had a slight limp. The accident, he
contends, injured the leg still further,
and caused it to shrivel up.
Nearly 50 affidavits, from many
prominent Portland people by either
side -in the lawsuit, have expressed
the recollections of old-timers as to
Police Captain Barclay's limp.
Man Trying to Swarm Bees
Stung Into Unconsciousness.
Sandy Fancier Disdains Usual Pro
tection and Is Attacked and Suf
rv L. ERDMAN, resident of Sandy,
Lf had a red - hot experience and
nearly lost his life, when he undertook
to take care of a swarm of bees that
had left the hive for a new home Sun
Mr. Erdman makes a fad of bees, but
there are some things he does not
know about hiving: a family of bees.
He thought that if one handled the
bees gently they would not get irri
tated and fight, but he has learned dif
ferently. He went out in the back
yard when he found the swarm had
left the hive and. Instead of taking the
usual precautions .of swathing his head
and face in castiron armor plate, he
undertook to persuade the bees that
they should make their home In a
handsome, brand-new hive he had pre
pared in anticipation of the swarming
But the bees knew better than Mr.
Erdman what they wanted, and when
he tried to get them into the hive they
attacked him, stinging him all over the
head, face and neck until he became
When help came Mr. Erdman was
carried into the house, where Dr. Bar
rendrick. the local physician, worked
over him for an hour before he re
ROAD'S EXHIBIT GETS PRIZE
Great Xortlvern Wins Gold Medal for
Best IMsplay of Resources.
Telegrams were received by Great
Northern officials in Portland last
night advising that the gold medal has
been awarded to the Great Northern
exhibit at the San Kranclsco Fair for
the most attractive display of agri
cultural, industrial and scenic re
sources. This medal, is is understood,
is the highest award in its class.
The Great Northern exhibit Is housed
in a separate building erected for the
purpose. It contains agricultural and
horticultural specimens gathered "from
various points tributary to the road,
among them being many from Oregon.
INDIAN GETS LIFE TERM
James George, Convicted of Murder,
Sentenced at Klamath Falls.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or.. June IS.
(Special.) James George today was
sentenced to life imprisonment at Mc
Neil's Island, following: his conviction
in the Federal Court for the killing of
Peter Brown, another Indian. Motions
by Judge Lionel R. Webster for a new
trial were overruled by Judge Wolver
ton. Sentence was pronounced In a court
room crowded by friends and neighbors
of the defendant, most of whom were
Indians and who were In tears when
the prison term was announced.
Judge Wolverton and other officials
OREGONIAN. SATURDAY,? JUNE .19, .1915. ?
Store Open Till 10 P. M. Today.
Because of a backward season we've included all
Men's and Boys' Apparel in this
at price reductions that mean big savings for you.
Come today and benefit.
Men's Palm Beach
Suits reduced to . .
$20.00 Men's and
, Young Men's Suits
$25.00 Men's and
Young Men's Suits
$30.00 Men's and
Young Men's Suits
Men's $2.00 Shirts, with soft
cuffs, ' now selling d I AfZ
at only ..Jl.xO
Men's Bathing: Snits in new
color combinations, tfJO "I C
special P6 J. J
Steinbach & Co.
of the Federal Court lft immediately
afterwards for Portland.
WHITE PLAGUE WAR PLAN
Anti-Tuberculosis Meeting: Today
Form Oregon Society.
An Oregon society for educational
work in the study and prevention of
tuberculosis will be formed today in
Portland. A meeting will be called at
2 o'clock in Library Hall.
A considerable delegation of medical
men and others who have been in at
tendance at the meeting of the Na
tional Anti-Tuberculosis Society in
Seattle, will be present.
Among the health officers expected
are: Dr. L. W. Cheshire, of Eugene;
Dr. Harry Rosenberg, Crook County
health officer, and Dr. F. L. Williams,
health officer in Malheur County. The
meeting this afternoon is open to the
REED GROUND IS OFFERED
College Sports Kield May Be Open
to Public During Summer.
Twenty acres of ground, fitted with
a baseball diamond, a quarter-mile
running track, six tennis courts, a
swimming pool and a gymnasium, is
to be turned over to the city by Reed
College for public use during the Sum
mer. Offer to this effect was made
yesterday to City Commissioner Brew
ster. Mr. Brewster will submit the pro
posal to the Council. If use of the
tract and equipment is deemed advis
able arrangements will be made as
soon as possible to open them to the
A Pure Alumi-
num Nine - Piece
Combina t i o n
Cooking: Set, reg
Another of our splendid Saturday bargains. A
Roaster, Cereal Cooker and Egg Poacher combined.
The entire set made from the celebrated pure Alumi
num Apco Diamond Ware
SATURDAY ONLY $1.38
No telephone orders. None sent C. O. D.
Basement Salesroom, Main Store
Henry Jenning & Sons
Fifth and Washington Streets
GOOD O'Tl 1 JUNE 30.
We Will Clean and Repair Your
Watch for One Dollar
If Tou Have a Watch That Is Worth Cleaning and
Can Be Made to Kun, Bring It in. Ex
pert Work, and Guaranteed.
3 ID Washington St. rTi?Brmh
Men's $3.00 Brook and Beaver
Straw Hats now at fJO yfC
Men's $5 Panama Hats in new
1915 styles now on Q?A O C
sale .at ip't.OO
"WILSON DAY" DEGREED
BIAYOR ASKS CITIZENS TO DISPLAY
PATRIOTISM JUNE 2-.
Object is to Hoajor President and Dem
onstrate That. Citizens Are W ith
Him in Present Crlnls.
Thursday, June 24, has bejsn set aside
by Mayor Albee aa the day for a demon
stration in Portland or this city's
loyalty to President Wilson in the
present war crisis. The Mayor issued
a proclamation' yesterday asking the
public to decorate with flags on that day
for the purpose of expressing the ap
proval of the people of whatever course
the President may deem necessary. The
Mayor asks that the day be called
The proclamation, as issued, reads as
To the People of Portland: As a demon
stration of the patriotism of this city I am
setting aside Thursday, June 24. as Wilson
day, upon which it is proposed that special
decorations be made by everyone in honor
of the President of the United States.
This is to be purely patriotic and in no
sense partisan or political, but an event in
which every citizen may join with hearty
enthusiasm, and is for the purpose of en-
couragins and sustaining: the President at a
time when tle burdens of his hlsh office are
heaviest, and especially to prove to him that
our citizenry is behind him in this critical
period of our country's career; that he has
our fullest sympathy and support and our
approval of whatever course he may deem
it wise to take in handling the affairs of
the nation at this time.
As Mayor I feel certain it Is necessary but
td call attention to this special day and
that all will fall in and with genuine en
thusiasm help to make that a noteworthy
event and one in which every man, woman
and child in the city may Join, and it is
Marshall 1; Home, A 6281
At Special Reduced Prices . .
(Spring Lamb Is Especially Fine Just Now)
Leg Roasts of Genuine Spring Lamb, lb 23
Shoulder Roasts of Genuine Spring Lamb, lb . . 13
Breasts of Genuine Spring Lamb, lb
Selected, Milk-Fed Country Veal "
Leg or Loin Roasts, lb 16
Shoulder or Breast Roasts, lb 12 '2
Rolled Roasts, larded-boneless, lb 17
Rack Roasts, Frenched-larded, lb 17
Veal Loaf, very tasty hot or cold, lb 15
Our Special Bargain Meat Counter
Offers the best meats at the. lowest prices and the
biggest variety to pick from.
Jones' "Pride of Oregon" Hams and Bacon
The raw product is from Oregon's choicest grain-fed
porkers mild cured and thoroughly smoked.
Picnic Hams, small, lean and tasty, lb 1.2y2?
Hams, half or whole, lb 18
Cottage Hams, lb 17
Bacon Tenderloins, half or whole strips, lb. . . . .19? .
Bacon, light, fancy stock, lb 22c
asked that ail organizations, business houses
and Individuals decorate throughout the en
tire city, which now includes St. Johns and
Linn ton ; this will be a fine feature In
which those new suburus may participate.
Public buildings, business blocks and pri
vate residences, I hope, will be decorated
with flajs and bunting or in some other
manner indicative of patriotism and in keep
ing with the general plan or the demon
stration. Every individual may participate in some
such manner aa by wearing a small flag.
Fast Trains to
Astoria Gearhart Seaside
NEW SUMMER SCHEDULE
Beginning Saturday, June 19.
DAILY SEASIDE LIMITED 8:30
Evening Express .6:30 P. M.
SATURDAY SPECIAL 2:00 P. M.
Daily Limited, returning, leaves Seaside 6:30 P. M.,
arrive Portland 10:20 P. M.
Week End Special Returns Monday Morning.
10th and Hoyt
12th and Alder Streets.
John H. Boyd, D. D.
Will discuss tomorrow night
The National Ideal of
William Jennings Bryan
And the World
As We Know It
Dr. Boyd will close this interesting
next Sunday night, June 27, with
an address on
The Only Foundation
In due time and in proper manner Presi
dent Wilson will be apprised of the demon
stration. H. R. ALBEE,
Mayor of the City of 1'ortland.
I-oirger Killed at coos ilay Camp,
MARSHF1ELD. Or., June 18. (Spe
cial.) William Cross, a logger at the
McDonald & Vausrhan camp, was killed
todny. He leaves a widow and one
child. lie was ?,0 years old.
and Parlor Car
5th and Stark
KHOOLS AND (OLLt(.i-S.
Mount Tamalpais Military Academy
SAN lUtAKL, CALIFORNIA.
The most thoroughly organized and com
pletely equipped military schoof west of th
Rocky Mountains Cavalry. Infantry, Mount
ed Artillery Sixteen miles north of Ban
Francisco. IT. S. Army officer detailed fcy
"War Department; accredited by the univer
sity, Stanford and other college?. Twenty
sixth year begins August 24th, 1015. Address
EV. AHTirCR CROSBY. A.M., I. U.
Acc reai ted to toileRes. Oram mar and rrimary
prades. Fourteenth year. Catalogue upon ap
plication. A()Hrtsn Mis Harkr. Vm.lo Aito. Cal.
CHAIRS TO RECANE.
School for the Adult Blind. -11th
For particulars call J. F. Meyers,
Fhone Main 548.
A Quirt Plsre for Quirt People. '
KaMt .llorrUon St., car Grand Ave
7T. 1 Per lay; With Bnth. ;
JS ARTISTIC HOMES-PLANS S5,
fUU BOM HUM DtW BMSAIOV; - it CTS.
A.H.PIM& ARCHITECT. -360
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THE OREGON IAN.
Main 7070. A 6095.