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THE SUNDAY OREGON I AX, PORTLAND, 31AY 53, 1915.
BY SCHOOL BOARD
fiifty Named to Fill Vacancies,
! as Reserves and to Teach
PROBATION ENDS FOR 114
Ten Resignations Are Filled by
Electlv No Principal Elected
and Charges Against Two
Arc Yet to B Aired.
Teachers for the coming- year were
elected by the School Board in a spe
cial executive session yesterday after
noon. Fifty teachers to fill vacancies
ard serve as reserves, and Instructors
for the Summer term of the vacation
schools were chosen, while 114 proba
tlonary teachers were elected to the
regular list, and 158 probationers were
continued in that rating- for another
year, at the completion of which they
will be eligible for regular rating.
There was no election of school
principals. Two principals, O. R. Din
widdle, of Richmond, and C. M. Staf
ford, of Woodlawn. nave been notified
they will not be retained for anothar
year, but charges against them are
yet to be aired. If their places are de
clared vacant, appointments will be
Ten resignations In the regular teach
ing staff were filled by election. Forty
reserves were also provided. There
was no change in the first and second
grades. these positions all being filled
by teachers now in the corps. The fol
lowing were chosen as elementary
teachers in the various grades:
" Third grade Nellie C. Crout,
1250 Hancock street, Portland; Olive L.
Tawson, Monmouth, Or.; Pansy K. Full.
Puvallup "Wash.; Katherine Linton,
Lincoln, Neb.; Myrtle Mnir. 1415 East
Stark street. Portland; Mrs. Alice E.
Myers. 459 East Tenth street North,
Portland: Selma E. Norberg, Astoria,
Or.; Edna Armstrong, 830 East Thirty
second street, Portland: Ann Jacobs,
Portland; R. Mae Hopkins, Salem. Or.;
Mary S. E. Mancur, 504 East Thirty
sixth street, Portland.
Fourth grade Rhea Benson, 494
fiherrett avenue. Portland; Sadie Ettel
son. Colville. Wash.: Bess C. Hockett.
Eugene. Or.; Ethel Lawlor, 1018 FiraH
street, Portland; Keetha M. ssnaw. Mon
mouth, Or.; Uuby Weller. Corvalls, Or.;
Llllle Hendrickson, 606 Buffalo street,
Portland; Mrs. Blanche Macaulcy. 108
East Sixtieth Btreet, Portland.
Fifth grade Eleanor M. Brodie, 689
Northrup street. Portland; Grace A.
Davis, Lents, Or.; Violet N. Johnson, 465
East Twelfth street North, Portland;
Jean Laing, city; Mrs. Belle Lytle, 488
Nchalem avenue, Portland; Mrs. Kath
erine B. Meagher, 680 East Forty-ninth
street North, Portland; Ella Scott, 815
Clackamas street, Portland; Ethel Daw
son. McMlnnville, Or.
Sixth grade Mildred E. Greenman,
Astoria, Or.; Mrs. Aurie Jewell, 55 East
Eighty-seventh street North. Portland;
Blanche Small. Silverton. Or.; Katherine
Keveny, Bandon, Or.; Matilda Lever
man, Aumsville, Or.
.Seventh grade Marion Blakeslee,
656 East Forty-second street North,
city; Carolyn L. Everts, McMinnville.
Or.: Salena Haight, 385 Third street.
Portland; Jennie M. Smith. 5241 Fifty
second street Southeast, Portland;
Isabel Smith. 1004 East Eighth street
North. Portland: Genevieve Ryan, 7053
Thirtieth street Southeast. Portland. '
Eighth grade Edith S. Anderson,
Atlanta. Ga.; Rita E. Bunfleld, The
Dalles, Or.; Veva Burns, Buena Vista,
Or.: Margaret Cunningham, Centralla,
Wash.; Mildred E. Learned, Vancouver,
Wash.; Helen M. Buckley, 1153 Ells
worth street. Portland; Marguerite
Park. Billings, Mont.
Ninth grade Genevieve M. Courtney,
Brownsville. Or.; Angenette H. Crissey,
Bull Run, Or.; Emma O. Pickler, 1197
East Yamhill street, Portland; Ine
Stark, McMlnnville, Or.; Elsa Von
Wintzingerode. 573 Fifth street. Port
Probationers Made Rcrulan.
Probationary teachers who have
served two yeacs in Portland schools,
having been first elected In the Fall of
1913, were placed on the regular list
by vote of the Directors yesterday as
Queens Adams. Albina Homestead;
Rowena Arthur, Rose City Park; Mrs.
W. W. Baden, Irvington; Mrs. Mollie
Bailey, Failing; L. H. Baker. Shaver;
Florence Blumenauer, Peninsula; Anna
Bowie, Highland; W. H. Boyer, super
intendent high music; Ethel Bryan,
Brooklyn; Julia Burns, Lents; Margaret
G. Canning, Woodmere; Elizabeth Ca
ruthers. Rose City Park; Helen Chan
dler, Arleta; Anatasia B. Chezik, Jiell
wood; Elaine Clouse, Clinton Kelly;
Eloulse Clouse, Arleta; Fuller Combs,
Washington High; Grace Connelly, Ter
willlger: George H. Connolly. Boys'
Trade: Edith Costello. Montavilla: Na
omi M. Cowan. Vernon; Mabel Cowle,
Hudson; Katherine D. Crawford, Glen
coe: Mrs. Margaret Curran, Jefferson
High; Winifred Dennis, Sellwood; Laura
A. Dieker, Sellwood; Mrs. Agnes W.
Duck, Rose City Park; Anna Dudley,
Irvington; M. Doris Duncan, Wood
stock; Anette Dathie, Montavilla: May
E. Fralick, Ockley Green: Janet L. Ful
ton, Hudson: - Nellie Gaffney, Girls'
Trade; Lesh Ganzmiller, Sellwood; T. J.
Gary, Brooklyn; Helen George, Llew
ellyn; Lulu George, Lents; Sybil Gib
son. Chapman; Grace Goodall, Wood
mere: May Haley, Shaver; Esther M.
Hansen, Washington High; Esther
Hawkins, Couch; Zelia Hazelton, Glen
haven: W. M. Heacock, manual train
ing; Mary Hill, Creston; Melissa Hill,
Washington High; Mrs. Maymie B.
Hojue, Woodmere; Dwlght Holden,
Boys' Trades; Flake Howard, Highland;
Mildred Hurd, Mount Tabor; Harper
Jamison, Jefferson High; Nina B. John
son, Woodmere; Violet Johnson, Clin
ton Kelly: Leone Kabot, Glenhaven:
Mrs. Isabella Katen, Florence Critten
lon; C. H. 8. King, Lincoln High; Alflma
Kinney, Kennedy; Genevieve Kirkpat
rick, Arleta; George Koehn, Lincoln
High; Maud Laman. Vernon; Marie Leasing-,
Woodlawn; Marjorle Lewis, do
mestic science; Jennie Lilly, Lincoln
High; Queen Lynn, Vernon; Thalia Mc
carty, Richmond; Evangeline McCoy,
Peninsula; Lenora Makelim, Jefferson
High: Ida M. Manley, Allen: Alice Metz
ler, Kern wood; Lei da L. Mills, Lincoln
High: Margaret Monroe, TerwilllKer;
Dudley, Moss, Boys' Trades; H. B. Mur
phy, manual training; Ella Nicholson,
Peninsula; Ida M. Noffslnger, Sellwood;
Mra Minnie Parsons,. Kennedy: Dora
I. Paterson. Deaf: Ada M. Peebles,
Rose City Park; Jennie Richardson, re
serve; Nettle Richardson, Fern wood;
Irene Rlppey, Shaver; Mrs. M. F. Rosen
berg. Montavilla: Mabelle E. Ross, Hol
man; Elsie Schmeer, Sunnyslde; An
gella R. Schroeder, Couch; Jesse
Shainwald. Jefferson High; Mrs. Har
riet S. Shields. Hudson; Loretta
Showers. Highland; Anne Simpson,
Highland; C. L Strong, Glencne; Irene
Studley, Peninsula: Martha Sturchler,
Creston: Irene Sweeney, Sunnyaide;
Mrs. Rosetta Templeton, Hoffman; Mrs.
Sarah E. Tousey, Ockley Green: Grace
Towslee, Allen; H. F. Travis, manual
training; Fay Tremblay, Shattuck;
Lillian Yrcdt. Sellwood; Elizabeth
Walker, Brooklyn; .Dorothy Wallace.
Fernwood: Louise Watson, Lincoln
High: Marsraret West, Arleta; Hazel
Westrom, Woodstock; H. E. White,
manual training; Emma V. Wold, Lin
coln High; Emily Woods, Hoffman:
Inez Wyman, Montavilla: Kate Youni?,
Multnomah: Edna Young, Woodlawn.
Secoad-Year 1. 1st Earned.
Probationary teachers who have
served their first year In the local
school system were elected for their
second year as follows: , W. C Alder
son, LinColn High; Hilma Anderson
Irvington, Ruth Anunsen, Portsmouth;
Orley W. Athey. Jefferson High; Lena
Ayres, Couch; Mrs. Katheryn M. Baker,
domestic science; Mrs. C. W. Batterson.
domestic science; Hallie O. Bell, Wood
lawn; Theodosia Bennett, Jefferson
High; Nettie F. Berryman, Sellwood;
Mary E. Betz, Franklin High: Alta
Blood, Washington High; Helen F.
Breen, Sellwood: Beulali Bridges. Jef
ferson High; Emllie C. Broder. Albina
Homestead: Mrs. Ella M. Br"oderlck,
sewing: Mrs. B. M. Buchsnan, Beau
mont; Theodora M. Bushnell, Ports
mouth; Harry J. Campbell, physical
training; Irene Campbell, Jefferson
High; Mary B. Campbell, deaf;
Margaret Carr,. Multnomah: Irene
Carter, Portsmouth; GeralUine Cart
mell, Shattuck; Mrs. Estelle Chalker,
Girls' Trades; Loretta M. Chapman,
Lents; Alice II. Collier, Franklin;
Sabra Conner. Shattuck: R. W. Cooper.
Manual Training; Evelyn Cormack,
Vernon; Edith Cornelison, Woodlawn;
Francis D. Curtis, Washington High;
Karen Lee Davis, Domestic Science;
Mrs. E. H. Donney, music; L A. Dil
lon, Franklin High; Kdna Doyle. Wood
mere; Thenie E. Draper. Sellwood;
Anna Dugan, Kennedy; Ruth Duniway,
Girls' Trade; Maud Foster, Kenton; A.
O. Freel, Boys' Trade; Roy H. Gear
hart, Lincoln High; Fred Goldman,
Boys' Trade: H. A. Goole, Jefferson
High; Marie A. Gorman, Sellwood;
Myrtle Gram. Frazer Home; Elfie II.
Grashorn, Capitol Hill; Hortcnse P.
Greffoz, Jefferson High; Ruby Ham
marstrom. Franklin High; F. N.
Haroun. Lincoln High; Mary Z. Harper,
Clinton Kelly; M. Louise Hays. Allen;
Margaret Hickey. sewing; Edith Hol
loway, Jefferson High; I. E. Holt, Man.
ual Training: Pearl Horner. Brooklyn!
Elbert Hoskfns, Franklin High;
George B. Howe, Clinton Kelly; Anna
Hubbard, Alnsworth; Lucv Hugh Capi
tol Hill; W. S. Hughes. Manual Train
ing; F. G. Hurst. Manual Training;
Louise Ingram, Capitol Hill; Anna
Iverson, Girls' Trade; E. E. Jackson,
Franklin High; Homer B. Jamison,
Jefferson High; J. Willis Jefferis,
Franklin High; Anna Johnson, Vernon;
Emily B. Johnston, Franklin High; J.
F. Johnston Washington Hitrh; Nellie
Lee Jone3, Ockley Green; George F.
Karnopp, Jefferson High; Myrtle
Keegan, Irvington; Mattie C. Kentner,
Jefferson High; C. V. Kilgore, Glen
haven; Mildred Kruse, Clinton Kelly;
Grace La Brie. Girls Trade; Charlotte
Laidlaw, sewing; Joseph E. Law, Boys'
Trade; Mrs. Margaret Levinson, Wash
ington High; lone Ijewis, Rose City
Park; Anna Lindle, Ilolman; Matthew
M. Llnnehan, Washington High; Sadie
J. Lynn, Montavilla: Mary McCormick,
Brooklyn; Buna McCoy. Irvington; Mrs.
Jean McCracken, Richmond: Mrs.
Franle McGarry, Ladd; Margaret Mc
Givern. Davis; Tessie Marias, Fern
wood; W. Homer Marls, Lincoln High;
Orral Matchette. Lincoln; Samuel C
May, Jefferson High; Marie E. Meagher.
Lents; Mary F. Mecredy, Lincoln High:
Ida Menzies. Lents; Mildred Mayer
sewing; Mrs. Laura Miller, Stephens
Caroline S. Moore, Frazer Home; Am
brosine C. Murphy, Ladd: Helen Mur
ray, Creston: J. F. Myers, Blind-Trades:
Anna Neufeld, Jefferson High; Beatrice
O'Brien, Mount Tabor; Marv O'Connor
sewing; Ada F. Osfleld, Brooklyn; Edna
M. Owens, Woodstock; Jeannette Park
Highland; H. W. Parks, Franklin High:
Nellie Paulsen, Holladay; Mrs. Edna
Leiper Paxson, Terwilliger; M. Helen
Peery, Montavilla; L. A. Polton, Manual
Training: Lois C. Perry, Rose City
Park; Jessie E. Peterson. Richmond:
w- E. Potts, Manual Training; Charles
Reynolds, Lincoln High; Clara
Reynolds, Shaver; Mrs. E. E. Richards.
Eliot; Edyth A. Rideout, Fernwood'
Laura Riley, Girls' Trades: A. V.
Ritchie. Jefferson High; Emily C
Roberts. Thompson; Juliann A. Roller,"
Franklin High; Charlie V. Ross Cres
ton; Earl A. Ruhl. Bovs' Trade- n n
Shafford, Boys' Trades; Catherine Shea.
irvington; wuia Shepard, Albina
Homestead; Jessie A. Skinner, Jeffer
son High; Mrs. Edith G. Smith -Ains-worth;
Leotta Smith, Ladd; Rita'finook,
Hoffman; Cornelia J. Spencer Hoffman
Evelyn Spencer, Domestic Science)
Helen M. Sprague. Girls' Trades
Blanche Sutton, Ladd; Ella Thompson
Eliot; Blanche M. Thurston, Franklin
High: Ruth Turner, Thompson; Louise
B. Twining, Franklin High; Ruth
Twohy, Woodlawn; H. T. Vance Jef
ferson High; Clara Vaughan, Lents;
Vieva Walker, Ockley Green; Mrs
Meta G. Watson, Eliot; Howard Evarts
Weed, superintendent gardens; John
A. Wesco. superintendent writing
Herbert White, Franklin High; Hazel
Wlghtman, Jefferson High; George W
wMf"' S'8' Trades: Mrs. Edna
Wilkins, Thompson; Ella Williams
Z J?t . imams, .Holladay;
w. vvuiiams. L. of A rrilni,n.
High; Elizabeth Wilson OirV t-,
Winifred Winnard. Thompson- Fern
Winter, Domestic Science.
SUMMER TEACHERS CHOSEX
Only Principals Yet Selected for
Work at Several Schools.
Principals and teachers were elected
for the Summer session of Portland's
vacation schools, which begin in early
July and runs for six weeks. Vnr th.
Summer term at Lincoln High School
ana tne girls' and boys' schools of
trades, principals only were elected
and teachers will be Chosen later Mr.
elections were made of instructors for
manual training and sewing, although
tnese departments will be retained in
the Summer schools as usual and win
be named later. Selections made yes
Brooklyn T. J. Garv. nrinrlnsi.
Marie Gorman, Maysle Foster. !
creston a. j. Pijldeaux, principal;
Florence Reynolds. Marv Z. iiin
Merle Wooddy. '
Holladay A. M. Cannon, principal
Lillian Hughes. Katherine Jenkins,
Charlotte Reed, Mrs. Nina M. White-
nigniana j. rt. Stanley, principal;
Louise Koefer, Lucy I. Packer.
iaa'. a. i. uraper. principal; Metta
Brown. Sophia Wilson. Alice Jnv.
Winifred Mosher, Genevieve Eckelson'
Frances Harris. '
Montavilla L. A. Wilev nrlnci.i
Grace McCord, Neva Patterson. Zelia
Ockley Green E. H. Whitney r,,-i
cipal: Evangeline McCoy, Maude Foster
Bertha Young. '
Woodmere W. A. Dickson, principal
Estelle Hickey. Roxanna Shroyer '
Sunnyside E. J. Hadley. principal
Elizabeth Speich, Queen Adams'
Sellwood L. H. Morgan, principal;
Blanche Ross, Helen B. George.
School of Trades. Girls' Mrs" Alevia
Alexander, principal. v
School of Trades, Boys', C. E. Cleve
Train Kills Woman at Brooks.
BROOKS, Or., May 22. (Special.)
Alighting from a northbound passen
ger train at Brooks Thursday night,
Mrs. L. Evans, of Fairgrounds, was
struck by a southbound train and
killed. Mrs. Evans, who was 62 years
old, lived in this vicinity since child
hood, only removing to her present
home a few years ago. . Her husband,
one daughter, Mrs. Theresa Fruit and
three sons. Dr. John, Cliff and Frank
You Can Aever Tell. - '
You can never Jiell as long- as you are
CROWDS FLOCK TO
OREGON CITY FETE
Clackamas and Marion Coun
ties Are Out in Force for
Booster Day Events.
ROSE SHOW ALSO IS HELD
Three Parades, Exhibit of Work of
School Pupils, Stoek Sale, Ex
ercises and Drills Have
Parts in Celebration.
OREGON CITY, Or., May 22. (Spe
cial.) Clackamas and Marion Counties
turned out in force today to the annual
Rose Show and Booster day of the Ore
gon City Rose Society and the Oregon
City Commercial Club.
Despite threatening weather, it is
estimated that more than S00O persons
came here from outside points. Ex
cursions were run over the Willamette
Valley Southern and Drought in hun
dreds from Mount .Angel and other
towns in Marion County. Special cars
were operated bv the Portland Railway,
Light &. Power Company.
The programme of the day included
three parades, an exhibit of the work
of the pupils in the three city schools,
a stock show, a stock consignment sale,
elaborate drills and exercises by school
children on the lawn of the Courthouse
and the annual Rose Show of the Ore
gon CUy Rose Society, which is con
sidered a rival of the Portland Rose
Show both in variety and beauty of
Kins and (lueea Arrive.
The festivities of the day began at
9:30 o'clock this morning, when the
royal train, bearing Queen Louise and
King Harold, arrived over the Willam
ette Valley Southern. With them were
delegations from every town along the
route of the new elec tric line, including
tne Mount Angel Band. The royal
party was met at the Willamette Val
ley Southern depot by a number of
automobiles and escorted to the Court
house, where the coronation took place.
Mayor Linn E. Jones delivered the
keys of the city to the King and
Queen, after an address of welcome.
The morning was devoted principal
ly to the stock ' show and stock sale.
The stock parade, with scores of the
best animals from the northern part
of the Willamette Valley, went the
length of Main street. As soon as the
stock had been returned to the barns
the judging began, with Professors Fitts
and Reynolds as judges. Both men
are from the Oregon Agricultural Col
lege. Twenty-three head of regis
tered hogs and cattle were sold at the
consignment stock sale with Colonel
Cropsey acting as auctioneer. Seven
teen hogs ami six head of cattle
Children Give Drills.
Drills and dances on the Courthouse
lawn by children of the three public
schools were the first events of the
afternoon. B. T. McBain, Judge Grant
B. Dimick and Miss Williams, of Port
land, the judges for the drills, award
ed first prize for the Maypole dance
to Eastham School and second to Bar
clay; first prize for the drills to Bar
clay and second to Eastham, and first
prize for high school drills to the high
school. Miss Marie Watson, who has
mastered the Rose dance of the Port
land Rose Festival under the teaching
of Robert Krohn, of Portland, came to
Oregon City and danced on the Court
house lawn, and tonight appeared in
the Masonic hall in a programme pre
sented by the Rose Society. Her ef
forts have met with decided approval
At 2:30 o'clock this afternoon, the
Rose Show opened in the Masonic Hall.
As well as the usual individual displays
there were exhibits from several ccyn
munities. In quality of roses exhibited,
officers of the Rose Society say that
this year's display is one of the best
in the history of the organization. The
rooms were crowded all afternoon and
tonight a musical programme was pre
sented. Tito Parade Held.
Two parades this afternoon, the car
nival float parade at 2:30 o'clock and
the decorated automobile parade at
3:30 o'clock, kept the crowd here until
dark. Late this afternoon, firemen's
races and a water fight held prominent
places on the programme.
Three bands furnished music all day
and several thousands crowded into the
rooms containing the exhibit of the
work of school children and the pho
tographic contest. Street concerts
were given from early morning until
The awards at the rose show follow:
Section Ai Tea.
Best collection of three red roses, on
variety, Mrs. Ktta Rambo.
0 Best collection of three red roses, one
variety. Mr. F. T. Barkow.
;i Uest collection of three yellow roses,
one variety. Mrs. G. B. Dimick.
4 Best collection of three pink roses, one
variety. Evangeline Dye.
5 General collection five rnses, each a
separate variety: first. Mrs. Ktta Kambo:
second, Mrs. O. B. Dimick.
Section : Hybrid Tea.
1 Best three mhite roses, Mrs. G. B.
2 Best four red roses, two varieties, Mrs.
G. B. Dimick.
3 Best six pink roses, three varieties, I.a
France and Testouts excepted, Mrs. F. T.
4 Best bIx yellow roses, three varieties:
first, Mrs. G. B. Dimick; second, Mrs. George
5 General collection, eight roses, each
separate variety; first Mrs. J. J. Cooke; sec
ond, Mrs. G. B. DimleK.
Section C: Hybrid Perpetual.
1 Best six white roses, one variety, Mrs.
2 Best four red roses, two varieties, Mrs.
G. B. Dimick.
4 Best general collection, six roses, three
varieties: first. Mrs. G. B. Dimick; second,
Mrs. J. H. Walker.
Section I : Climbers,
1 Best six yellow roses, any variety of
names. Mrs. CharleB Evans.
2 iBest six red roses, one variety, Mrs.
Georsre A. Harding
3 Best six white roses, two varieties, Mrs
Georcre A. Harding.
4 Best six pink roses, one variety, Eva
5 Best penersl collection of nine roses,
three varieties, Mrs. Etta Rambo.
Section E: Mixed Varieties.
1 Best four Captain Hayward, first, Mrs
B. T. McBain.
2 Best four pink I.a France roses, Mrs.
3 Best four General Arthur roses, Mrs.
P. T. Barlow.
4 Best three Florence Pemberton, first,
Mrs. Harding; second, Mrs. Dimick.
5 Best four Marechal N'eil roses, Mrs, S.
7 Best four Maman Cochet roses, Mrs.
F. T. Barlow.
8 Best four Killarney roses, Mrs. J. H.
Best three Hugh Dixson, Mrs. G. B.
10 Best four Lady Ashtown, Mrs. J. 3.
Seetlon K: Tealout.
1 Best 13 Caroline Testouts, Mrs. Hard
ing. 2 Best 10 Caroline Testouts, Mrs.
Section ti: New Rose.
1 Best new rose named. Four prizes In
this class. Roses originated before 199 can
not be exhibited in this class. First, Mrs.
J. E, Hedges; second, Clura Bond; third.
Garters, Arm Bands
Overalls and Jumpers
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Mr. F. T. Barlow, and fourth, Mrs. K. T.
&ection H: Large Row.
1 Best three large rosea, one variety.
First, Mrs. J. H. Walker; second. Mr. F. T.
Barlow; third, Mrs. J. Lewellen.
1 Best general collection. Mrs. E. E. Kel
1 Best community out-of-tow n exhibit.
Beat Individual rose exhibited in any class.
First, Mrs. J. J. Cooke; second, Mrs. LHmlck,
third, Mrs. Walker.
This section Is -for exhibitors who have
not received a prize in any other division.
j Ked roses, Mrs. i.outse waiKer.
2 Threa white roses, Mrs. Jennie Petit,
5t Three yellow roses, Louise Walker.
4 Four pink roses, Clara Bond,
Professional florist making best exhibit.
First, J. H. Bigger; second, James Wilkin
son. SCHOOL GIVES 12 TEACHERS
Oregon Xormal Graduates Kmployed
in Sherman County.
OREGOJi XORMAL. SCHOOL. Mon
mouth. May 22. (Special.) Superin
tendent F. E. Fagan, of Sherman
County, visited the Oregon Normal
School yesterday to employ teachers for
the rural schools of his county. He
came with contracts signed in blank
by the School Boards of 12 districts.
anO while here'selected from the jrrad-
uating class, which is composed of 100
members, teachers for those chools.
Sherman County will have the high
est percentage of Normal School grad
uates in its rural schools of any county
in the state. About 75 per cent of its
rural teachers for next year will be
Normal School graduates.
loping" at this
Hundreds of men
Hundreds will save
Newest Spring Styles
? AIT NO LONG!
Monday. Accept this offer
as much elsewhere. The
tages are yours.
OIL INDICATIONS FOUND
Well at Burns, Or., Now Is at Icpth
of 255 0 IVet.
BURNS, Or., May 22. (Special.)
The first indications of real oil at the
Central Oregon Oil & Gas Company's
well, appeared Weanesday when , a
greasy scum spread over the water.
The well is down 2350 feet; the first
400 feet is of 10-inch casing, the next
400 feet is of eight-inch casing and the
remaining 1750 feet is of six-inch cas
ing. The drill is 250 feet in a blue
shale which cakes on the drill like
heavy thick clay. It fs necessary to
force long pieces of wire cable down
the well to keep the drill from stick
ing in the shale.
Six men operate the drill. With
these, the manager and two wumen
made up the little colony- which lived
at the well all Winter and drilled con
tinually without a visitor and their
nearest neighbor three miles distant.
Because of the great distance to wood
of any kind it is necessary to burn
1'ortlantf Kolk Are at Hot Lake.
HOT LAKE. Or., May 22. (Special.)
Residents of Portland who are now
registered at the Hot Lake Sanatorium
include J. Miller. B. Channy, K. J. Mar
tin, Fred I. Tyler, A. Sinsheimer, Mrs.
George M. Nolan and Miss Vera Rick
ard. Slayer of Own Baby Convicted.
SEATTLE. May 21. John C. Kindle,
a barber, who choked his 11-months
baby to death because its crying an
noyed him, was convicted of man
slaughter in the Superior Court today.
The charge against him was first de
gree murder, lllndle did not deny the
offense, but declared that he was in
toxicated and did not know what he
was doing. Physicians testilied that
Hindle was irresponsible because of
long-continued use of alcoholic liquors.
Bond Delays Tax Tranter.
OREGON CITT. Or., May 21. (Spe
cial.) Although the state law trans
ferring tax collecting from the Treas
urer to the Sheriff will become effective
tomorrow, it is not probable that the
change will be made here" until the first
of next week because of delay in the
arrival of Sheriff Wilsons bond from
the East. Sheriff Hhoii said today
that he would retain George Harrington
as tax collector and George Nelson as
Catch at Astoria Is Improving.
ASTORIA, Or., May 22. (Special.)
The catch of fish last night showed
quite a little improvement, although
it was not large by any means. The
fish taken averaged large and are of
prime quality, apparently having just
come in from the sea. The indications
are that a school of Chlnuuki is enter
ing the river. If this proves true,
next week should be a remunerative
one for the fisheries..
Four Graduated at Glendalr.
GLEN'DALE, Or., May 22. (Special.)
The seniors gave their class play at
the Auditorium to a packed house
Thursday night. The title of the play
was "Tlite Elopement of Ellon." ivlth
Velma Marshall as Ellen. Charles lAn
ning made the hit of the evening as
Mr. Hume, the Rector chap. The com
mencement exercises were held last
night, Velma Marshall, Edith Allen,
Charles Dunning and Harry Hagen re
Straw Hats at
$5 and $6
ceiving diploma. Dr. E. 8. Conklin. of
Eugene, made the address to the class.
Ja(oii l'a-ulti(-fc Arc t hos.cn.
DAYTON. Wash.. May 22. (Special.)
The following teachers have been
elected for the ensuing car In the
Dayton sdiooln: C. A. Livengood u
periniendent. and s. F. Atwood. prin
cipal: Higli School. Laflia 1 1. Vhr:iU
Jeannette Twyman. Henj.-nnl Neuhlal;
manual training, Howard Porter; do
mestic science. Martha Lyons; in t:.e
grades. Elsie Couch. Mabel Kwalt.
Helen Fogg. Olive I'nk, Pansv UrrtK,
Anna M. Karhart. Nona B. Richardson.
Violet M. McMillan. Ulanclie Dickinson,
Katherine Ki;arp, Carolyn Ilealv, Flor
ence Jeffery. Mary Mead. Nancy Ethel
Mutch. W. W. Hendron, Fern Coibclt
and Lillian Eskesen.
22 Puss from Wallowa (.index.
WALLOWA. Or., M:iy Zl. iSpcclal.)
The eighth srradc held itn class exer
cises Thursday nialit. This was the
largest class to pass in any pint of
the county, there being 22 graduated
as follows: Lucy licau. Ward Roup,
Olive Bazine, Jessie- Dorsey, llazyl
Maxwell. Kenn.ili Maclntyre, Chester
Smith, Loo 1'foller, Mamie Dorsey,
Virgil MeGraw, Frank Bazino. Allen
Skelton, Arba Elledgc, Atatha Marvin.
Eula Marvin, Maude Powers, Hrent
fc'inley, Coloy Wray, Enierctta Pus; he
and Anna Miller.
I "lux Growing Conference Tuesday.
SALEM, Or.. May 22. Pp-cial. )
The flax committee at - the Portland
Chamber of Commerce, composed of
Dr. E. A. Pierce, II. IS. Miller mid Will
lam McMurray, will confer with Gov
ernor Withycoml'o Tuesday regarding
flax growing in Oregon.