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WILLAMETTE VALLEY CHAUTAUQUA TO
OPEN NINETEENTH ANNUAL SESSION
Directors Believe Attendance During Thirteen Days' Meeting Will Exceed 40,000-Good Programme Arranged in
' Picturesque Gladstone Park Noted Lecturers and Musicians to Be Heard Baseball an Attraction.
HEN the gata of old Gladstone
Fark swing open Tuesday morn
log: the 19th annual session of
the Willamette Valley Chautauqua will
begin. The directors, realizing that
they have selected the greatest pro
gramma In Chautauqua "history are
confident that within the ne.it IS days
the attendance -will pass the 40.000
The Willamette Valley Chautauqua
ts a time-tried, flourishing institution
nd yet not in any sense a dividend-,
payer. The reason is- simple:. The
Chautauqua graveyard Is overflowing
with the remains of chautauquas which
started out under kindly stars, but the
.commercial side, the deaire of the pro
moters to get rich soon snuffed out
the careers of many promising insti
tutions. But sot so with the Glad
stone Chautauqua. Directors and
stockholders are all broad-minded men
and women of Portland. Oregon City
and Gladstone who realize first of all
' the great field of Chautauqua work and
who are perfectly content in the social,
religious, educational upHft of their
fellow men. when no other reward for
their -efforts Is In sight. The best
In music, lectures, education. . recrea-
tlom and dignified . entertainment is
brought to Gladstone's famous auditor
ium and prices are fixed on a basis of
absolute expense. This Is the mission
"of the directors, and for 18 years. thy
and their predecessors have labored
rhard to bring the best within reach
of all and they have succeeded aa
mlrably. Park Is aBaaty SsoC.
Picturesque Gladstone Park, as
thousands of Chautauqua-lovtng Port
landers will testify. Is onr of Oregon's
beauty spots. Originally old "Chief
Jake" and his Clackamas tribesmen
held their own ehantauquaa and pow
wews ob a rooky monad In the north
ern corner of the present park. Of
course. In those days the hundreds of
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The park has retainea au its mm
beauty. The Indian pow-wow mound Is
still there and even the old lako. which
has no apparent InTet or outlet and
In places not bottom, which pioneers
say is a rock-walled mystery, has kept
its motionless surface throughout the
.r.v decades, since the days when
the redraen gathered on Ua banks.
It has always been the desire of the
7- "5- 7-&vJ' ,
Chautauqua managers to retain
natural beauty of the park.
In 1894 Harvey E. Cross, owner of
the land, leased It to the Chautauqua
Association for 50 years, the only con
sideration being that the Chautauqua
should convene annually during that
period. Mr. Cross Is the present
Mayor or Gladstone, has been one of
Oregon City's leading lawyers for the
last 33 years and has taken a most ac
tive Interest in the Chautauqua work
from the beginning. '
Blc Aaditorlam Built.
One of the earliest accomplishments
for the baby Chautauqua was the erec
tion of the large auditorium. ' This
building is in present use and is re
garded as one. of the finest open-air
auditoriums in the state. It is simply
an Immense hemispherical roof, cov
ered by 2.000,000 shingles. The archi
tecture Is peculiar but the acoustics
are nearly perfect. Besides the audi
torium a large restaurant building, pa
vtllion for drill work, numerous bunga
lows and buildings are . on the
grounds. At the lower corner of the
park the athletic field lies. An ex
cellent quarter-mile track incloses the
baseball diamond where the Chautau
qua baseball games are held each year.'
Most Important In the park Improve
ments for the 19th session is the in
stallation of a complete sewage sys
tem. An Immense septic tank with
double exhausts has been constructed
for the convenience of the guests and
modern sanitary improvements have
been put in. With the water system
Services in City Ckurches
First. White Temple. Twelfth and Taylor
streets Rev. W. B. Hlcsoa. paator. :30.
Bible school. els for all u: 11. preach
ing by the pastor; themes. "Cure for Death":
S.13. B. T. P. C. service: I SO, preaching
bv the pastor: thni, "America's Beet
Itan,- Mr. Belcher will wtag both srornleg
Sett forty-fifth street, earner Mala Rev.
A. B. Walts, pastor. Sunday school. 9 At;
worship. 11; theme, "Seven Words Tram
the Crow": B- T. ,P. r T: worship. Si
thama. -Th Narrow Dow.
Klthtand. Alberta and Bast Sixth streets
Nortb Rev. Charlea Button Elliott, pastor.
11. preachlns by tb pastor: thema. "The
Christian sacrlncet's Recompense"; T. B. T.
P. r. serrice: 9, special evening- service;
staraoptleon preluda. "Bathleheni Where
Ha Was Bore." Music. "Holy Night." the
choir. Sermon, "The Wonderful Manger.
I Third. Knott street and Vancouver avenns
2 t s't sr
e:rect from the Clackamas River on
the grounds but little more can be
done to -approach the ideal condition
for the army of campers who make up
the Chautaudua "White City.
Speaking of the Clackamas. Glad
stonlans call it their own river and
are very proud of this famous trout
stream. Only a few years ago Kudyard
Kipling fished-in the swirlinir eddies
for the game trout and later voiced
his sentiments . concerning the beauti
ful Clackamas River in one of his
well-known . literary efforts. The
Clackamas dashes along almost within
a stone's throw of the Park and its
picturesque banks are the setting for
many, picnics during the session.
From 8 A. M. until 10:S0 P. M. each
day the Gladstone Chautauqua will
hum along for Its 13-day session.
Classes in Shakespeare, domestic scU
ence. physical culture. Oregon history,
woman's suffrage and other subjects
will cohvene each morning, in addition
to the afternoon and evening sessions,
where the greatest lecturers of the
United States and the leading musical
attractions will be heard. Baseball
games will be played dally by five of
the fastest teams in the Willamette
Among the attractions for the ses
sion are: John Mitchell, Beauchamp,
Rev. James M. Cleary. Fred Emerson
Brooks, Professor Emerson Bassett.
Judge Sadler. Charles Edward Russell,
the Chicago Operatic Co., Cambridge
Players." Byron's Troubadors and Pro
fessor Chapman's orchestra and chorus.
Women's day. Children's day and Pa
triotic day are to be observed.
Bv. V'tMar f. Beeves, paster. ' 11.
preaehlnq sjr Mm vaster) theme, "Opposing
the Ueljr asim"! , "A Bene Fourth of
iviT' i UlMs edltMi, KUSi B. T. P. V, T,
East Side. Kat Ankasr and Twentieth
8roats PreaenlBg.ar ReTi Claiborne M. Hill,
f, D... of Berlce.'cy Seminary, II and T:45;
19. Poiraay senool: t;3a-. 70 on; people's
Tabernacle. Bast Fortr-aeoand street and
BQlaete avenue Ret: Robert Cray, pastor.
11. sermon: Sunday school; 10; young- peo
ple's maaUac !.
Bti Johns Ren H; r. Cheoeyi pastor, u,
preaching by the pastor: 8. services.
Inrmannei. Beeond and Meade streets
Rev. H. 8L Black, pastor. . Preaching-. 10:3
and TiSO by pastor: Sundsy school. 12t
teachers' training- (Mass. :30; prarer meet
ing. Thursday. T:30
Arista. Sixty-fourth street and Forty
eighth avenue Southeast Rev. Duncan Hc-
lH it X
tdT . v v. t afcjfr, I
Phs.II. pastor. 10, Sunday school: 11. ser
mon; 6:15,, B. T. P. U.; 7:30. sermon, bap-
Grace, Montavilla Rev. Albert E. Patch,
pastor. Sunday school, 9:5; services with
sermon, 11 and 7:80.
University Park Rev. A- C Barton, paa
tor. Preaching. 11 and 7:30; Sunday school.
10; B. T. P. U- 00.
Italian Mission, 014 Front street Rev- P.
gannella, missionary. Preaching. 9; Sunday
school. 3. '
Calvary. Eaat Eighth and Grant streets.
Rev. X. K. Monroe, pastor. Services. 11 and
T:0; Sunday school. 10; B- T. P. U 6:30.
Lenta Rev. J. M. Nelson, pastor. 10.-Sunday
school: 11. services; 6:30. B. T. P. XJ.:
Mount Olivet, Seventh and Everett streets
Rev. W. A, Magett, pastor. Services, 11
and 8; Sunday school. 13:30.
Swedish, Fifteenth and Hoyt streets Rev
Frederic Llndeen, pastor. Sunday school.
12; B. T. P. V- 6:16.
Lents Rev. J. M. Nelson, paster. Serv
ices, il and 7:80; Sunday acaooV 10; B. T.
P. U- 6:o.
Sellwood. Eleventh street and Tr-coma ava
ane Rev. F. H. Hayes, pastor. Preaching.
11 and 7:30; Sunday school. 10; B. T. P. U
Rusaellvllla Schoolnouse, under ansptees of
Grace church. Montavilla Sunday school
S:16; preaching by Rev. Albert 'mtcb, a.
Chinese Mission. 303 Burnside street Bun
day school. 7; J. G. Malona. superintendent.
Sunnyslde (Oertnan). Forty-first street and
Hawthorne avenue Sunday aohooL 8:e6;
Conrad W7". superintendent.
Fin: German. Fourth and Mill atreats
Rav. J. Kraw. pastor. Servleea. 11 and 7:80:
6und-y school, :5. '
Secoi-J German. Morris street and Rodney
avenue Rav. Frederick Buerrsnao. pas"'
Sunday school. S:S; preaching. 11 and 7:30:
B. X- P- U- e:. '
' St. '' Michael's (Italian). Fourth and Mill
streets Jesuit Fathers. Low mass. 8: high
mass and sermon. 10:10; vespers and bene
diction, 7:80. . .
Azeenalon. East 8eventy-slh and East
Morrison streets Rev. James B. FItspatrlok.
. v - a. iii.h mau ano tarraon.
rector. Aw uum - , j
10-80; Sunday school. 8:10; beneoJotlon of
the blessed sacrament, 7:80; weekdays, maaa
lit Marys Pro-Cathedral. Fifteenth and
Davie streets Most Rev. A. Christie. D. D.
Low mass. . 3 and ; high mass and ser
mon. 11: vespers, instruction and keneoic-
Holy Cross, tjnlversity rsrs ne.
, - e.en. Thifi -maaa and
sermon. 10:30; vespers and benediction, 4.
immaculate naan oi aiaij, i n.i.- -nue
and Stanton street Rev. W. A. Daly.
Low mass. . 8 and : high mass and ser
mon. 10:30; vespers and benediction. 7:80.
St. Francis. East Twelfth between Pins
and Oak streets Rav. Father Black. Low
mass. 1; High mass ana sermon. j.-:-i -
pers. Instruction and benediction. 7:30.
d. , Vmmt Ninth and - Alberta
streets Rev. Thomas Klernan. Low mass.
; nign mass sua Mr. hum, iv, . .
structlon and benediction. 7:10.
Holy Rosary. ast Third and Clackamas
streets Very Rev. H. H. Kelly. O. P. Ix)
mass, o, i, a ana , hib mm mm Muu .
11: vespers and benediction. 7:30. -
. St. Lawrence, corner Third and Sherman
streets Rev. J. C. Hughes. - Low mass. .
t and 3: high mass and sermoa, 10:30-. ves-
First. Park and Madison Rev. L. Ji. Dy-
ott, X. D.. minister. :6, Bible school; 11.
"The Secret or tne Lora. ceo, ocri o
Mount Zlon Kev. u. a. ursj, mmini.ni.
10. Sunday school; IL sermon, "How to Be
First. Nineteenth and Everett 11 and 8,
lesson-sermon, "God"; Sundsy school af
ter . morning service; Wednesday evening
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST.
First. Park and Columbia Rev. W. F.
Itesggr, hi i ii . ..... c-. - .
evening "The Most Profound Desire of the
Human Heart"; Sunday school, 8:60; C. E.,
,-..--.i meat Twentieth and Salmon Rav.
J. F. Ghormiey, pastor. 11, "Where the
Bible Speaks"; 8, Dr. Booth, of Kansas
Trinity, Nineteenth and Everett streets
Rev. Dr. A. A. Morrison,, rector. Services
. I ana -.
St Matthew's, First and Caruthtrs streets
Hev. TV. A. M. Breck, In charge. Sunday
school' 10: last servioo and sermon In old
church, 11 A. M.: evening service at St.
Helens, on the Columbia River, at 7. and at
Goble ftt 2:30. ' '
All-Saints'. Twenty-fifth and Sevier streets
Rev. k. e. Remington, rector. Morning
service, 11: evening servloe, H.
St. Michael's and All Angela-- Thirty
bers in charge. Morning service. 11; Sunday
school. 10: no evening service.
Good Shepherd. Graham and Vancouver
avenues Rev. John Dawson, rector. Sun
'day school, :5: morning service, 11; eve-
mnit ser-.w ...
Cnurch of Our Savior, Woodstock avenue
nd Forty-nrsi cunuiroai aj- ... vw.
In cnarge. ..i.. ...... . .
gt. Marks', Twenty-first and Marshall
Rev J E- H. 6impson, rector. 7:10, holy
eucharlst: :4S. Sunday school; 10:16, matins
and litany; w. nu u-- 1., vB, o.
Grace Memorial, Weldler and East Sev
enteenth streets North Rev. George B. Van
Waters, rector; Rev. Oswald W. Taylor,
vicar Holy communion. 8; morning prayer
and sermon, 11; evening prayer and sermon.
8; Sunday scnpoi. m.
St. V SU( s, - . -
Tsvlor. rector. Sunday school. 8;. evening
prayer and sermon. 4. '
n ...i..hi tt at- Rtenhen the Martvr.
Thirteenth and Clay Rev. H. M. Ramsey,
vicar Holy communion. 7:30; Sunday
chool,- 10; morning aervlce. 11; service lor
colored people. 3: evening prayer. 7:30.
St. David's. Eaat Twelfth and Belmont
oev H. R. TalDOtw rector. nwij uun i
.- , i a . i k mArnliiff nnru.
73U QUliU.J ,..iuu., ., , --- -- w -
li; celebration of holy eucharlst the first
Sunday of the montn; evening r-
g, Andrews. Portsmoutn Rev. Archdea
con Chambers. In charge. Sunday school.
to; evening r.i--, -" -
St. John's Memorial, Sast Fifteenth and
Harney Rev. l. . mwihiwi.'
communion. 1; Sunday school. 10; morning
service, 11; evening servloe. 7:30.
Bishop eorrls Memorial Chape I. Good Sa
maritan Hospital Rev. W. R..Powell. chap
lain. Services. 8.
St. John's. Mllwaukle Rev. T. F. Bowen
In .charge. Services and sermon. I
LCTHERAN. St. James' English, West Park and Jef
fersonRev. J. A. Leas, pastor. Services.
ii. ....in, illustrated lecture; Sunday
schooL 10; Luther League. 7 '
St Paul s Genran Lutheran. East Twelfth
and Clinton atreetj A Kranse, pastor. Sun-
cav scnooi, p.w a. -'i . ".- "o - - -
ice 8 P. M. : German grammar school dally
from 8 to i- a. J".
John's Lutheran Sunoay scnooi, l - s. .
Central. Vancouver avenue and Fargo
Rev, C. L. ttamiiton. psaior.
:3; preaching. 11; Epworth League, 7;
preaching by pastor, 8. . '
First Norwegian and Danish. Eighteenth
and Hoyt Rev. H. P. Nelson, pastor. Serv
ices 11 and 8. .
Tavlor-Street Dr. Benjamin Young, pas
tor i :30. classes; 10:30. "Communion Serv
ice".; 12:15. Sunday school; 6:30, Epworth
League; 7:15, "Imperative and Desirable
Trinity. SS Hemlock Rev. C T. Mc
pherson, paator. Services 11 and 8; Sunday
Clinton Kelly Memorial. Fortieth and
Powell Valley Road Rev. a a McCulloch.
pastor. Sunday school, :4S: It, "Prepared
for the Mast-r-s Use": 8. -"Walking Worth
ily"; class meeting. 13: J. L.. 3; E. L.. "-
Sunnyslds. East Thirty-fifth and Tamhill
Rev - W. H Frv. pastor. Sunday school.
&:30; ''ll.' "The Religion of a Full -Grown
Man"; 6:45, Epworth League: 8, "Te Voice
of Cain or the Voice of Christ.
Grace. Twelfth and Taylor Rev. J. H.
Cudlipp. D. D.. ministers Holy communion.
II; evening. "The Bramble King"; Sunday
M-rthodlst Episcopal-Centenary. East N'nth
and Pine streets Delmer H. Trimble, p. V .
minuter. 11 A. M.. "God, lb. rher:" T:45
P m second In series on "Life Choices.
"Choosing a. Husband current Interest
theme. "The Elks Carnival and Prtland
Morals:" Sabbath school, f:45 A. M.. .p
worth Leagues. :4S P. M.
First, East Soventh and Couch Rrfr-ci
Howard Davis, pastor. Sunday school. 8:43:
morning service. 11: Toung People s meet
ing 7; street meeting. 7:30: evening serv
ice 8: prayer meeting. Wednesday, 8.
Sellwood. Fifteenth and Tacoma avenue
Rev F Tanner, pastor. Sunday school, lo.
morning service. 11; Young People's meet
ing. 7; evening service. 8; prayer meeting
Wednesdsy. 7:80. '
Brentwood, Sixty-seventh avenue and Slx-tr-ftfth
Rev. A. Wells. pastor: Sunday
school, 10; morning service. 11; Young Peo
pled meeting. 7; evening service. S; prayer
meeting. Wednesday, 8.
Scandinavian, Skldmore and Mallory ave
nueRev. J. J. Peterson, pastor. Services
11 and T:30;( prayer meeting Wedneeday.
7:30- ' : .
Mount Tabor. East Ftfty-flfth and Bel
mont Rev. W. G. Moor Pastor- Sunday
school. 10: communion. 11; jimior meeting.
3; Christian Endeavor meeting. 7; 8. i'Llfe's
S,HoPe." Seventy-eighth and Everett Rv.
schooi; 8, 'T-'ho Are In Heaven and What-
Temtn"t. Cleveland and JretB J
tr unvdar. nmtar. xi.j. ai-
this is what we call our
Cut it out and bring it to the big piano store at Seventh and Alder
This advertising test coupon will be accepted
by Eilers Music House, Alder street at Sev
enth, as thirty dollars, cash, as first payment
on a new piano selected on or before July 20th.
"Hello Bill" Adv. Test.
S. Oreg 7-7-12. Eilers Music House.
It's our glad hand for all and it's good
for the following:
FREE To whoever wants one one of
the musical elk calls.
FREE To every youngster one of
the wonderful bubblers, which makes
magnificent bubbles without soapsuds.
FREE To every lady over 18 one of
the elegant gilt and glass framed art pic
tures entitled "Young Motherhood. V
FREE To every buyer of a new piano
or a modern player piano $30 in gold as
Incidentally, we are enabled Hereby to
determine as to which paper is most wide
ly read and to base advertising appropria
tions for ourselves and for several of the
big piano manufacturers accordingly.
Don't fail to visit our piano salons, our
grand piano salesrooms, our sheet music
salesrooms, our vioun ana smau musical .
instrument departments, our talking machine parlors, our automatic musical in
strument department. Free concerts all the time. The latch string's out.
HOME OF TMC
Foundation"; S, "The Boys of the B!hle
Sunday school, 12; C. E.. 7.
First German, Twelfth and Clay 10:4B
and 7:80; Sunday school, 9:80. .
Tlrst, Sixth and Montgomery Rev P.
6eWltt Findlsy. minister. 10:30. "The Win
ning of a Kingdom"; Bible school, 1!. C.
E.. :80i 7:45, "The Darkness end the
Highland. East Sixth and Prescott Rev.
E. S. Bollinger, pastor. 10. Sunday school,
11, holy rommunloni :o. T. P.
7;40, "Oood Rosds In the Kingdom.
Sunnvside, East Thirty-second and Tay
lorRev. J. J. Staub. D. D.. Vtor. Serv
ices 11. "The Singer and the Song : S. An
inventory of Blessings"; Sunday school, lo.
Christian Endsavor. '
Mount Zlon Rsv. D. B. Gray, minister.
10, Sunday school; 11, "How to Be Happy,
Church of Our Father. Soventh and Tam
hlll Rev. W. O. Eliot. Jr.." minister. Serv
ice at 11: evening services Intermitted.
UNITED BRETHREN IN CHRIST.
First, East Fifteenth and MorrisonRev
C. L. Williams, pastor. 11. "F12?infRs' :
8, "In the Shadow or the Sunshine? ; sun
day school. 10: Y. P. S. C. E.. T.
Alb-rta. East Twenty-seventh and Sum
ner Rev. J. W. Spreclier, pastor; 11 and
8; Sunday school. 10; T. P. S. C. E., 7.
South Mount Tsbor. Thlrty-seoond vnue
and Sixty-seventh Rev C P. Blanchard
paator. 11. "Spiritual IJberty": 8. Christ s
Commission to His Disciples"! Sunday
school. 10; T. P. a C. E.. 7.
Tremoru. Sixty-second avenue and S'xty
nlnth Rev. J. E. Connor, pastor. 11 and 8;
Sunday school, 10.
Church of the Good Tidings. Broadway
and East Twenty-fourth streets Rev.
James Dlroond Corby, pastor. Worship -vlth
sermon at 10:45 A. M.. theme, "What Is the
TrnES About Unpardonable SlnsT" Sunshine
hour Sunday school ot Bible study at 13
evenfng service omitted. Strangers
made welcome. - M c. A.
City Association. Sixth and Taylor streets
r r. Perkins, religious work director.
Lobby meeting at 3 o'clock will be addressed
hv m X. Dana, C. E. S. Wood and C S.
Botsford on the subject. "The Social EvlL"
United Evangelical. Ockley Green. Gay
street and Willamette boulevard Rev. J.
Bowersox, pastor. Preaching services. 11 and
7-4S- K U C E.. 8:45; Sunday school. 10.
Interdenominational (Church of Jesus),
1S4 Russell strest. neas Kerby. Subject. 3:30.
"Home Life"; Sunday school. 4:30: Bible
study and health conference Wednesday. 8.
Mrs. Isabel Kelley. pastor.
Divine Truth Center, Selllng-Hlrsch bnlld-
mmw- , , 'I
SCOEES OF PEOPLE CAMP IN CHAUTAUQUA PARK, NEAR
1 3 ?
SCENE AT BIG "TENT CITT."
ItUlwx. Or.' July . (Special.) Scores of people are ' camping
' m Chautauqua Park at this city this year during the third annual
Chautauqua Assembly. During the past three days tents have been
going up rapidly and all of that section of the park south of the big
auditorium Is now utilized by campers. '
This portion of the park has been platted and streets laid out un
der the direction ofJ. S. Van Winkle, chairman of the grounds
committee of the Chautauqua Association, and the city of tents. In
Its orderly arrangement, presents a splendid appearance. v The many
trees of the park make It ideal for camping purposes and the grounds
have beenupiplled with a water system and electric lights, so that
the campers bave every convenience. -
Many people from Lebanon. Brownsville and othe.' nearby cities,
who have come hereto attend all the sessions of the Chautauqua, are
camping in the pask and a great many local people are also camp
ing enjoving an opportunity for pleasant recreation in addition to be
ing' present to enjoy all -ot the programmes and classes of the Chau
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Nation's Largest. Eilers Building, AJder at Seventh.
Established in Every Important Western City.
Ing. West Park and Washington streets
Rsv. T. M. Mlnard, pastor. Henry Hsrrlson
Brown will speak at 11 on "The Cup of
Cold Water in His Name"! at , "The power
of Mental Imagery."
International Bible Students Association.
Oddfellows Hall, East Sixth and East Alder
streets 1:80. Bereen lesson; J:4S. prayer
and testimony meeting; 8:18, discourse by
Norman M. Lewton; aubjeot. "The laber
nacllng of God With Men."
Swedish services will be held In the Meth
odist Church, corner Ninth end .olumbla
streets, at t o'clock P. M. Rsv. John Ovali
will preach. Good songs and muslo will oe
rendered. All welcome. ..,.,. .-
Vjluntsers of America. Rescue Mission 28.
Anlceny Mrs. Z. J. Hostettsr. superlntsndent
Mr. and Mrs. D. t McPhee. singing vn
gellsts. wlll render solos end du' Sunday
evening. Rev. Pratt, D. D.. will speak.
Usual afternoon service will be held m
open air at Third and Burnside at 8 P. M.
Temple of Truth. Eller building Rev. P. J.
Green, pastor. Service 8 P. M. .,1
Cymon. Cymro a Chymraeg. K W""
sermon will be delivered by the Rev Peter
Gray Evans, of Seattle, at the HftSsalo-6tret
Congregational Church. -East Seventh ana
Hassalo streets, Sunday afternoon at 4 f. i.
ROAD BUILDERS AT ONTARIO
Construction MAtorial, Laborers and
Carpenters on Hand.
rvwramn. dr.. July t. (Special.)
Forty-nine cars loaded with railroad
construction material arrived here to
h.t in the lot were 17 cars of steel.
Nearly every train arriving brings
In laborers contracted for the grade
work. Bfldg-e carpenters also have ar
rived. A track foreman, who has been lay
ing track on the Idaho Northern
hnl.)i la here and it is understood
the construction train will follow Mon
day, when tho work of laying tne steei
will begin. ' . '
Wisconsin Expert Will Judge Stock.
SAX.EM,'Or, July . (Special.) The
State Board of Agriculture has received
TTftrrl no-ton. of the
Wisconsin Agricultural College, has ac
cepted an oner to . j"s"
dairy herd at the Oregon State Fair
hi. .or Tf ! emected that he will
also consent to deliver one or two lec
tures to the farmers at tne ian.
Good for one of the Musical
Elk Calls, or one of the won
derful. Bubblers, or one of
the beautiful Art Pictures,
or' Thirty Dollars in Gold
at Eilers Music House.
SUICIDE ARRANGES ALL
VANCOUVER MAX SHOOTS SELF
AFTER CAKEFCI PLAN'S.
C. S. Whittlesey, Believed lo Re
Brother of Portland Resident,
Leaves Not to Coroner.
VANCOUVER, Wash., July .(Spe
cial.) Having determined that he
would die penniless, C, a Whittlesey,
a traveling salesman, supposed to be
a representative of the Toppenlsh, Nur
sery Company, of "Toppenlsh, Wash.,
walked into the Ferry saloon today
and threw down 15 cents on the bar
and said: "Ring that up I will have
no further use for it." Whittlesey
then went to a rocm he had engaged
at noon In the Ferry rooming-house,"
bidding Mrs. Sherman Drew, the land
lady, goodbye forever, on the way, and
shot himself in the breast with a 82
In a notebook. Whittlesey left the
following note: "To the Coroner
Notify J. E. Whittlesey. 364 North
Twenty-second street, Portland, Or.
There Is a letter in my pocket to E. J.
Divine, RIdgefleld, R. F. D. No. . stat
ing where there is enough money to
give me a bum burial.
"C. S. WHITTLESEY."
Word was sent to the name men
tioned in Portland, who Is thought to
be tho father, or brother, of the dead
man. As It was so clearly a case of
suicide, no inquest will be held. The
body was taken to W. J. Knapp. County
Coroner, and Divine was notified.
Whittlesey had been here several
times, selling nuriryJ stock. He wns
not a drinking man, and was about 38
The local police notified J. E. Whit
tlesey, who said he had a brother by
that name living In Vancouver, but
that be had heard nothing of his com
WEEKLY ISSUES - "EXTRA"
Newberg Interested in Oregonian
News Item on New Bridge.
Mcnrovofi rw Tnitf A fSnecial.) -
The Salem special news item printed
i ,v.i. Hnirniiliii In regard
to the proceedings by the County
. . u.,i.M ot Salnm
courts oi xamniu snu -
yesterday aroused the greatest Interest
in Newberg today.' ........
The conclusion reached by the two
courts to proceed at once to erect the
bridge across the Willamette at this
point Is another step In the enterprise
which has occupied the attention of
this community for a long time, and
the news Item has been the chief top U
of conversation here today among busi
At the conference of the two courts
Newberg was represented by 'Attorny
Clarence Butt and Mayor Gordon. One
of the Newberg papers got out an extm
today announcing the action at Salem
In regard to tne onase.
VICE DISTRICT IS CLOSED
Grand Jury Orders, and Astoria Of
tlccrs Warn Offenders.
leirnffTl ' rr Jnlv 8. (Sneclal. 1
The members of the Circuit Court
grand jury, who have been in session
Httva. made a tour of In
spection of the numerous alleyways and
byways In tne resinciea eecuun
Astoria streets to ascertain the condi
H... h.n nines the new regulation
made by the Council has been in force.
Then they summonea int unier
Police and Sheriff today and Instructed
those officers to close all the disorderly
houses at once. Notices were servcfl
tonight, in accordance with the order.
im.mmti are helns- mads st Lyons
to celebrate next year the esoUnsiy of the
birth of the Inventor of the sewing ma
chine. Bertbelmy Thlmmnle, who died "
1857 In abject poverty