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' i Cr-mixation - of Athletic
ivoa Hi Ma to
Peoples Reals .
HIStORiCLl." i i
.i' . l-a--
C-i Rt With the PrH ;
peetive Member. i ;
TTINSIVE CLASSES - .r:
Tare being planned
'.T.5rauh; Course of -Team ' ah
Cr.:i Work: for OMand?
I east ale ;ate ef Tl Jewsal
4 Mm of Mm r. w. awa-wr, -
' ' -- aM athletlfl
in plena jwr - --
: club have proen-ea-ed to tltopotnt where
it rests wua ne - -
I . . .... w- nmijut in ur when
I and on whu footing th 'club shall b
Instituted. Much encouragement -a
. bm . lw4 Is "tyiw
' . - . KitaiMu ur on tha et
ld. and to plac th club' on a"deflnlt
footing end, prepare uuuuiua
r maUly what membership eaa be , relied
-t It' Is proposed to-have the -club or
i ranised on , a . co-operative basts.4 .the
ntmMri cnooaing nwir pv.v
I . . M .Haa,. lovlni'thi BinUIDUBt
. tt the club. . It la aUo planned to give
embers of the club all fin advantage
Tt preaent secured by members of west
I ..... .M.lMtlnni Hatha will be nlaced
! In the building.- a. club room for the
; convenience of the 1 nwanbera fitted up.
. -k... ..... uninri ind Clllltl
! .'-i-t ani nirht work amonc
v.. wusinyss men end ' Juniors aa -welt
as the -young 'men. wmaji a. wu
! will probably be one ;of the features
i of the club. I releasor jiimni a,,.
' . ...wn-i. tl,. ... alila an aLhlrtkC
j r'objhat will not suffer by comparison
i ;h any oiner reci oniuui"".
' 9rts either to maX the "venture
ctnplete success or not te attempt it
Athletic, teams will be trained and com
petition"., arranged . with other local
t . - . m. i.i.M.t I n tha wnrk
of the organisation., as well aa to give
ihe imemoera ine iuii 'wnwu m
' tre'ilne;.- ' '- ?.-'"(. -
, ithln the coming week or 1, days-a
1 rail, will be taken of the east aide men
who would Join the. club If they were
r Haurd, all the privileges they 'now se
cure In other similar clubs or .classes,
end when the number of those wllllhg
to join 1 known "definite announcement
wi J be mad concerning the time of the
' club's .Institution.-". x ' - - - . .
CVULLXOY AT WORIC: ;
'n:3g 'wgwVo- o- r
: " The i tTnl versity Park Improvement
league ium adopted. a.jwvel contest .to
atluulate the ttntorest. of :.th bof In
the work of the organisation.'' and lncl-'
entUyo secura better ''looking, vacant
' lota. The lea rue has on 'hand a sum
sufficient to enable- It to offer prises
to the boys who wUlgs.ther.Vp4h larg
est pile of rubbish, and to the boy who
, in a rven time pUea up the'hlghest ae-
eDHMo of tin cans, brush and other'
was r" thered from . unimproved lota
In t, e . district, a prise of $1 wiU be
given.', .'-'.v. ; y
Four other prises will be offered, and
from the Interest the Juvenile are tak
ing tlie contest It seems probable that
the tin can will be a luxury In the dis
trict before the awards are mad. Busi
ness men of th suburb will furnish
wagons to haul away tha piled tip
. refuse, and a watch will be kept to se
that no additions r ar mad to ' th
region's supply of wast hardware.":
AXMXWA WJUf SXATCVa TWtWM, '
-. Thest side, especially th ATblna
districts, is spending its evenings skat
ing. Th few days of iee last winter
aroused the lore of this ' royal t sport
'- among residents' of th gulch district.
. snd when a substttau" was ' offered ,-tt
' "caught on." A roller skating rink has
been opened In ' Alhlna and regular
tonrnaments - have -been; held." Kacee
have been 'run ' between', bicycles "and
skater, three-legged races have. caused
laughter, awkward races hare kept' the
Interest, of -the- novices keyed up and
professionals hare come from other
cities and raced for prises. ; . ' .,
cm in TO MX.
Th benefit tfanc and social given by
Nomah .circle, . Women-- of Woodcraft,
Wednesday night netted 'a good sum to
the fund; for . tha Baby's horn. . .Th
preliminary progrant- w -chiefly musi
cal, and several sololete: of local note
appeared. The clrcl will fit up a room
at th horn, and th funds now on hand
for this, purpose make , It certain that
th room will be on of th : Jest
quipped in the institution. ' 1 "I .
jTAcrxosr nri to unonou.
Th msnagemsat ' of the 1 Portland
Woolen mills baa commenced th park
ing bf Its sit at 81 Johns, and by th
beginning of summer It Is expected to
hav the entire plot In front of th mill
planted - to flowering shrubs, grass and
flowers, i Th mill waa purposely set
back from th' road some it feet. and
i f , Me SM-Unted.
-I I ! int.. Bfte Is kill
i . so Sa.lKB.eaKh Tab
.i 1 -vtMaw. All eraniate.
. - r 1 CaasleBJea,
i- r' mm. rmclaiM, ekC
. , . Kethiag win glr
' It cak, M.
'-i Samples sad
' T -. Wewarli. X. f..
j l-f"y estes eaasrtrif.
. , . , tlrirfe kekr.
, , tal i .---;.
l a " -a.
ci urn jbt
''.fia'CUniipM of 'JTTii'
Th Carnival sOf Venlo.". which wUl
b shown at th .Lewis and Clark expo
sition by ' Bolossy Ktralfy.-' reproduce
th picture-on view of . "Th Queen of
the Aarls,tli'-. !.'J-'. i
Venlc is built, on a number of -islets
In a shallow 1 lagoon. Th Islands r
very, low, and the houses ar to a great.
extent supported on plies, so that from
whatever quarter it- Is -viewed the city
has appearance ef floating on the sea. '
. - Th Grand canal which runs urougn
tha cut divides It Into two cual-por
tion. Both aides of th canal ar lined
with buildings, , many -of which, ar
marble -palaces. f greaf rmagniflcno.
of th gothio and palKaian renaissance
style, -The other, canals branch off
from th Grand canal ana - rron eacn
other, and th bridges across, them
number ' 18. ,t These, s -bridges ;se ap
proached. ; tor. - several .. steps, raised
towards -th center to afford vpasaag
te tha gondolas beaeathV Th lanes for
foot passengers ar Trora 4 to It feet
wide,, but th: Vntlana geherslly m
ploy, gondolas If any dlstane is to be
traversed, aa Venlc poss asses no. horse
orvhlcl carriage. . . ..-..,..;
In the center of the city ther Is oh
street, "Merceria." which -Is -bout II
feet wide, where the prtnelpa hop
are located. -Th great center, however,
is the plana or square of Bt Mark, and
th piaasetU adjoining it. Th pUs
setta. th shorter of th two. .opens Into
the sea; on th right side Is the royal
palace, and on th left Is th Palace ef
the Doges. In th front stands two red
arranlta columns each, formed out of a
Ingle block, and crowned with bronse
figures.' Th Palao of th Doges, which
this ground ' vrUl be nad a mlniatur
park. Th company desires to gradu
ally relieve th barrenness of the brick
walla and guSnt engine and fuel houses
by climbing vines, tsll shrubs and trees,
tacturtng Institution in or nea ne city
that ha -ever adopted such a pian in
workT is arousing lnUrest, , especially
among- th worker -who pass th1r days,
and sometimes their nights, between hot.
bare walla. Th situation of the mill
has already': proved' advantageous, for
th rlvr breeses keep th big rooms
flUcdwiia.eppl.alr,.,. ; , ' . ;
MMM MTUUlimm JtATOTUfc'
Punlla of the Williams avenue school
ar studying arborology from th prac
tical standpoint . Professor, M. I Pratt
recently demonstrated how trees should
be planted, budded, grafted, pruned and
transplanted, and so Interested -did .th
children .becom that, hi spar. hours
hav been occupied sine j with further
explanation -of th various methods. , ..
STATE KNIGHTS GUESTS 1
About' I0, Knights of Pythias from
all over the state of Oregon were th
guests of Oregon lodge No. '' l of this
city and .were .entertained at Knights
of Pythla hall In th Marquam building
oa Tuesday evening. 1 . ' i '.
A- month ago. Knight D. C . Herron
suggested suck a gathering to which
ahould be Invited ' all - the neighboring
lodges, and th generous attendance
from even th most remote' corners ef
the state showed the popularity of th
local -lodge. , . : ' " . 1
Th grand omcers or in- aomain were
Invited and were represented In th per
son . of Grsnd - Chancellor , I M. Curl,
Grand Keeper ef Records and Besl 8tlm
son. Grand M. of TSl.I. Malone; the
grand 'vice-chancellor having sent let
ters of regret at their Inability to at
tend. . The rank of knight waa conferred
on on candidate, in -which the -famous
Orecon. team demonstrated Ibetr. ability .
teJonu)eUu,Witlan3r lodge weat ,f of
rueDio. . iuorauu. . . i. - . ...
-After the regular and special work
a banquet was enjoyed.,, In his short
but ' eloquent ' speech ' Chancellor '" Com
mander E. H. Dowllng welcomed th
visitors 'and stated ' . that" before many
moons the Joint lodges tvanboe and Ore
gon would welcome them , to the -4lew
Pythian castle to b' built at Twairtb
a 11... ..... - . . -.,-,-V'..
KIN mhjut ev wa. ,
AND NO MAN IS FREE
All men ar bound down by environ
ment, according to Dr. Stephen a. WI,
in .his sermon at th passover services
last nlghVnd consequently no mkn is
free. -The true mark of -freedom, said
the rabbi.- was Initiative and too few
had sufficient of it to be called fr.
"In this. country,"' h continued,, "w
consider ourselves free, but witness th
Iroquois theatre and Slocum disaster.
W do not take th Inltlatlv te prevent
them, but act only after some great ca
tastrophe, has occurred." . . ,
was reconstructed by Marino - Fallerl In
1M4. faces th sea. n the Interior ar
several beautiful halls;' (Tie walls and
ceilings are ' covered -' with ' beautiful
paintings' by Tintoretto, ' Paur Veronea
and others.-' 'Th Bridg of Sighs con
nects the palao with th public prison
on the opposite side' of the narrow
canal. On th other aid or th plasxa
and abutting' on- th palace, stands' the
church or Bt. Mara, origtnauy tne aucai
chapel, now . the cathedral, 'erected- MT.
1ST, k It is la th Romanesque Brsan
tlne ' style. ' ' and ' 'lavishly ' decorated.
Above the doorways are the' four' cele
brated Elided bronse horses brought
from Constantinople by th' Dog Dah-
dolo in 1201. Opposit Is tne Cam pa
nlle, th' famous tower which recently
fall. ,' , .' ''
Th foundation 6f "Venice IS attributed
to the- Inhabitants of the Surrounding
districts, who. In 451, Tied to. escape
A ttlla th Hun. The story of Its rise
to greatness and power is familiar. . At
th -outbreak of th French revolution
Venice refused ah alliance with HOna
part, which so irritated the French
that they took possession of the, city in
X7l. . It.pubsequenuy came part CI IM
.Austrian empire -of Napoleon's- kingdom
of IUly, and the .Irombardo Venetian
kingdom of Austria. . . '
In 184 the eltlsena endeavered to ye
establish their ancient form of govern
ment, but after ."suffering from a It
months', sieg by th .Austrian, 'were
com palled to capitulate. In consequence
of th misfortune of Austria la her .war
with Prussia. In . 116s, the -city and
province were ceded ; to Napoleon ill,
under whoa auspices they war united
to th kingdom of Italy. . : , '
CAH'T CORE COWS
But . There Is i No f Danger -to
't Children Frorri Milk of In-.
-: Y'-f fected Animals. yv
. v.- . v ..... ..- Uf ,-r;
J. W. BAILEY says germs
1 i' . ' ' r. . . " (
r ; t' --' ,'ti . r-'-'i ; i
Quotes Dr. Koch, and His State
p merits v Cause Considerable
. ' Comment Among Women i'w
3. W.1 Bailey,, state .dairy, and- food
commissioner,- has been . severely ' criti
cised by several housewives of this city
to -whom he recently stated that he did
not believe th us of milk for domestic
purposes from cows affected with tuber
culosis carried any danger with it
"I will -repeat to you what I said to
the women." aald - he yesterday, "Dr.
Koch, the famous Berlin physician, -who
had made a lifelong study of tuberculo
sis, germs, la a paper- read before the
International meeting of physicians four
years ago said the tubercular bacilli of
the bovine and th tubercular bacilli
of the human were altogether different
and not . interchangeable. Nobody hat
yet been found who will state that tee
twd bacilli Are interchangeable, and I to
not believe, that a doctor in th Unlpd
Bute can be found who will .declgr
no wiu . oeciar
gl( case to th
u mny . lie
that h knows of a singl
contrary. ; -.-.-v- -
"I could recite to . you
Which would substantiate 'this "theftry.
One came under my notice In this llty,
culosis. and th children drank tn nllk
all their li ves kna"'stronger and ewer
robust lot of children I have never neen.
-"Go into a dairy' country wheie th
people , use; -great quantities of milk.
Ton always find cattle more les
affected with tuberculosis. Tot! can
never - get rid of it entirely. ft has
existed - mong hards ' for hundSMs of
years and may always exist" ki rmeh
localities a case om. consumptUn Is .
-rar thing. - - -"
"On th other handvobsarv peepl
who never use milk.' Indiana die off
by hundreds from .- conaumptk-n, and
they us little or no milk. h asm
is true of th Chines. I went you to
understand that I do not say oa my own
authority that th bacilli ar iiot inter
changeable; but I- baa what' I sny on
authorities who hav mad study of
th matter." . . v ' 1 ' ,
- After May It every roll df creamery
butter must bear the tat sUmp before
It Is offered for sale. aceoVdlng te a
law which was passed ' aty th ireceot
session .of the leglHlature. Mr. Bailey
is preparing these stamp yfor-Hlitriba-1
tJoa ameng th buttermakef. If cream.
CiurnivirJ -'of Venleel. ?y 1 1
Th public, has learned that It'cure
all - kinds of rheumatism,' all kind 'of
palne,1- weak - ' stomach, 'asthma, ail
ehronie diseasea that. It i-a rejuvw-
aator of th human ayetetn that it ac
tually renews youth that is,.- g
And that it has not an etrual on earjth
Tor any disease or man. we are Treat
ing a great many pauenis now, una
many, are .buying .the Radiators for pri
vata 'line. ' This Is ' the nroner thins tc
la Is ' the proper thing to
do.- They , win cures a vt noie ramuy as
readily a a single IndivlduaL-
': 12 treatntcit; . $10,C0 ?
wmm'-raan rwvnT ft
Xsveator, Pateatee aad V)lvlfafao-
aajre, reniaata, rgoawt . i
ery" hotter la placed In cold storage m
must be .wrapped, aadi the , date roistered.-
After it haa remained In storage
for 10 days it 'must be taken'out and
wrapped again.' This law does not apply
to -butter -made by farmr. commonly
known aa stor butter., 3' .:' ,'
'-Another law requiring 'dairyman .to
regis ter.andiiavai.halr dalrle4nimeoted
will go into effect May ) a. The Dairy
man's aabciatlon will meet Mn this city
next -Friday Bight., at- which time Mr.
Bailey will explain to the members how
they can secure a 'certificate which en
titles them to sell milk. -According to
the law a dairyman must make an appli
cation .for .a permit, after, which his
dairy Is Inspected by Mr. Bailey, and if
found -to comply with the provisions. of
the law;,e certificate la given'-which en
title, him , to sell milk until the. place
is found te be uncleanly, when the per
mit becomes void and another Inspection
is made and a new certificate issued.' t
. . Mr.. Bailey stated, that recently there
has been a marked. Improvement -of .tb
dairies in th vicinity .of Pert land. Many
of .the small. unclean'. plaJes had been
forced out of existence, lie was ,of the
opinion - that th- new, law would tiav
a banefloiai -effect. . r ...i-. j
THOUSANDS OF DOCTORiS
. . VI believe the r people of Portland
scarcely realise what a great meeting 1
to be held her whedth Amerlcap Med
ical associatioa convenes, July 11 to 1,4."
said rr!) Fi.,Cgu thorn ".today. -, "Ietni
Illustrate by earing that .throughput ,th
four days' II -separate" meetings will be
held, requiring 16 different, halls. Trom
the 40,000. to 50,000 members of the as-
soctatlon, hot less than J.E00 Delegates
Will attend, and the.e. wUh rtsltors and f
members' families wlU Swell , the nunv
DR; N. J.T FULTON ;
Natoropsth .Jj'.' '- : '-
h can cure you. -. .' '
Ask somebody about her. find out
t you can about, her. ' Tou will end
It by going to her and she will cure
ou on your aiaeaaa. . -.
She . has cured hundreds of so-
called hopeless cases. , Bh can cur
you. - . .t . f- .
Hav . yon . rheumatism T -. ana nas
never failed tn enrtng this disease.
Ooltr , Is.. eaaUy ; cured . by ' her
methods. !-v : '-.- 1 '
Stomach' troubles of all kinds ar
successfully cured. ' - -
8h on re more - eases of - female
complaint than any other specialist
la town, - , '
Other diseases she cures: ,- Asthma,
Catarrh of Head.. Bronchitis, 1a Grip,
Pleurisy, Lumbago, - Erysipelas, Vari
cose Veins. -Ecsema and 1 a - host . Of
other diseases, chronic and acute. -Go
to her now.. She -wUl for a
short time' only .make examination
and give trial' treatment free,"-
A Portland Testimonial f a
Qratffui' Mwlhcr -x -,
-ortmrtA-Or.,'Nei.-l t,My ' . 4
had been having -large bolls on t his I
lea- ana nnauy inr imo ' wcun, so
drawn up tnat'n was compelled to
walk on his toea I waa induced by
friend - who had - been - treated to
tklace him In t)r. Fulton's curs '- I
aw her treat him one time only, and
miraculous was the result that
he walked from her - office on the
flat of his foot. . flh directed us In
k n. . . r9 ,Wa kn. 1 . . -. .. M
.11 nio v .... .wj m a. Mm u ii .1 .
thl influenee.M Improved so- rapidly
that within a week he was weli-and
able te work.. Although, the cords
ef his leg - were greatly contracted
and the limb perfectly useieaa, h I
now as well as at any time In his
life. ..... .." , r ' MRS. BUBCH.
taiu Nit Lewis W4 sterrtoes tad rara.
' j ykea Mala tin. .
Offlee Boara-g t U. 1 to a.
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t V " t
tL-.. - A ''"'-
Sole Aient for Fox Steel Furnsce, liagWa Cat Funiacea (Dtirns
; , 1 . ; : ' r (UulKCe stnu.
- -l .. .v. f : . . . ' y
bar . who will' come to Portland on ao
count of the meeting te 1.000. or 4.000.
. "W ar raising 120.000 to 116.000 to
entertain th association, and are meet
ing . with, -liberal- subscriptions.,! It - it
probably the greatest eclentuio gamer
ing In th world, and. will bring to Port.
Uad men-who, fame is known :Whr
vr civilised-oeoDle live 1
-We .claim that.-this, association's
meeting ;vui be the , greatest 'aovaruse
ment ever given. to the northwest. -.excepting
that which. Is had from -the ex
nloltatlon bureau of ' the exposition.
Everyweek 40,000 copies, of,, th Jour
nal of the American Medical association
go out to as-many auoscriners wiin mat
ter nertainlna to the meeting Iter,, and
in May a special edition of aa many more
wll ha Issued containing a lt-pag luua-
t rated article on Portland and the north-
VTha1 family physician gets elor' t
th people , than any other person, t And
th Interest that Is aroused among the
medical' profession In the United Btate
In th. meeting will accomplish ' an ; !m-
mens amount of good," ... v ,
The local .committee or arrangement
con (lata of: . Pr. K. A. J. Mackensle,
chairman; ,Dr, 'F. Cauthorn, secretary;
Dr: George f. .Wilson,, treasurer t Dr. H.
W.'Cde.-Dr.-'A.'.J. Olesy, Dr.-B. ..P; Tuck
sr. Dr. William' Jones and Dr. Andrew C.
rj yox.tnrTMa or
th, halt ',47 Ankany street, Be-
tureen Third and Fourth strevta,' revival
mofUajrs ar conducted by EvangeUet
Harry Elliott' and: :wlf. m rout t
Tnitial assisted by Singer Charles May-
held nd wife, ef Colorado.- .Tomorrow;
at 'I ocloeK a'notiness meeting wuro
held;' at o'clock an-evangelistlfl serv
ice wlU be held. '
Begin Taking Ozpmulslon Today
and Your Cure Begins Today
Oil lsnllis "yaaaaali
Its Vitalised Medicinal Food Proper-
ues are very mdk.it
- In Bringing Healthy Color te'th
r W. a, Ik. Wala .ml SJalTOW- .
la Producing Strength to th Weaky t4J
the rreuie aaa ine in-vaiia. . .
In Toning up the System ef Cearral-
ip ine Ayvtenr ok wwai
kUhaiistlng Diseasea. ....
r. the Entire 8ytm
ng th.Wornout "'
cents 'from Exl
. la Cleansing.
In Hounding uui us i not, reaaew
BntSdg uipon thelr'IJttle Bodies
the DealraMe Pink and White Plesh, and
In-Dotting their cheeks with the
Pretty Color, and Dimples .that ; make
Mother's Zg-- . ...v ., A ;
Sa aa Aj4gsts far aa Bkseeates Oaaged
By lasweaay te Oold aad Wet, .
To Preveits Medicinal Pood MertU a
; . Trial Bottle Free by .Mail i
WUl be sent en iwaneat. Write by letter
or postal -card to.,
OzowMtMcm S3 PWm SLJUw -Torli
All Druggists Two si see He and 11.00
IN VVOOD PRICES
FOR OiJLY 30; DAYS
I I I aa) I l-" - 11 .i Iv,-.. I IF I--
ri-iv- --'i i i i -j-f i .
r4 ;y v.
I.I . i. I ," '4 ' ''-p '
"And riiiie It r.lt;rtstyivra;wo tztfi?
It is not t3 rauch-the-vtvarity and assorteient of kxrij-
wtre, tinware, ccsn tooa, stoves, -ran jw, ere -ws carry,- cz.
it's the value we ' rive you for your moneyI;. Ve "haye'C i is
;-o t one- 'wSl ; j ;e.tBirrXAN YOU CAV3 AS..
Ji -mucii : ELC2v::-r 5
, f v the question.: Ur;I;:i j.
y- , juage wnetnerj we syyi . y woney. or; notr-uruess jjou ' faae
vour !wordla;weTsu t Ciat;youvbuyour nexti needs 4in
'- hardware at this store. It 'isljhen ' the fsct,WEr SAB YOU
; ; . : . s -. . ,-. ...!: .j
. t,k -'iaji.. -s.i'jz jfVr '.-VrCT I
HFIrsti Street, Ccr ner
ncsKiii ohm v uku nsuxts suiu
. . . ... ' .. - - ...... - - -
tiXpc 6 -AimcyijLciri
We-ee'eeawa aat - Mas
Oar M - yesis . aspariaaee la slate werh :ea
aMes. as to tit roar xmt eeaHertahly.
.Dr. W..A. Wa sm , a eafe way to
waet ai, auaakat e - .kaet Data. Dr.
T. P. WMis sa ax part at fold- fi -.ag aai
eieea. sad bridge
warn ptotaa at held)
: VISE BROS DcaUttf,
-raOia BailC lav, . Tabd aad Wash gta,
Opaa veaiass till a. "dar hxaa-g
. IX ' Or. Mala fltiae. - -
f PK; T. P.-WMK-'f 'j
et e e e see es sit 1
t The . Following ' Prices i are Retail,. Delivered - to Consumer r
X .'. .. ;i 'y - ' j' ' ' 'i' ';" ' YmmXk" i.-'j'' Baoked
I 4 . - other eoala nnmertlonatal v . low. -
iSTh Pdclf loft Gaac&ti-1
S4 Wasaiagtoa ,' - ! .' j. Tlphoaeg SSS aad StT
'y n '
r -erx r
. - - a .a S3S gnsTrz oxvr. ,f-y -?
Greta short slab, per load..2...rt.T r.(i.;,'; v
Dry aaorValaa, par load........ . t "9 '
Jt .Oreea insld. pr
V-; 4-foot dry wood,
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