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-THE OREGON - SUNDAYJOURNAL", PORTLAND,- SUNDAY MORNING'A-JUNE-Xll.-
Woodmen of the World Camps
Will Unite in Impressive - -
v ',Y .'. ;.. Ceremonies.
Address by C. IC Henry on;
UNION SERVICE TO BE
; HELD IN FORESTERS' HALL
Extensive. Memorial , Program . Has
Been Arranged for Afternoon and
Evening Meetings Every , Camp
J in City Will Participate. :f'-Jr'
"Woodmen of' ."the World In Portland
mill hold memorial eerviess this after-
on. Webfoot. Ocorgo Washington.
Portland, Prosperity, Bunnyside, Proa
- peot end Arleta camp will hold, a union
,' service' at ' Foresters' 1)411, corner of
' sixth lnd Waihlnaton," streets;beglnr
-nlng at J:J0 o'clock. "Following, la tha
"V program: " r T -t -
. March; "Athaila" (Mendelssohn),. Ev
' erest'S OToh'eatra;' veolo, "Vision, of
Heaven" (Shuls), J. W Belcher; tribute
' to departed neighbors,,'' Consul Com
mander, T.v 3. Murphy; quartet. , "Fear
,' Hot, jO Israel" (Splcker). Miss -Lawler,
Mrs. Reed, Mr. Belcher and Mr. Zan;
'; memorial address, Hon Governor Neigh
bor tieorge K. Chamberlain; cornet solo,
. 'Holy City" (Adams); aolo, Gloria"
Busl Peed), lira. Walter Reed; rei
raoval of tha veil, officer of company;
quartet, -"God to Whom We. Look -:l'p
mindly" (Chadwick), Mies I.awler, Mm
:, Reed. Mr. Belcher and Mr. . Zan; memo-
. .' rial ceremony, officer of the day; "Ku
neral March" Chopln, Everest's or
Speaking Thursday, night at tha Empire Theatre, Mr. Henry said:
When John V. Gearin was appointed United 8 tstes Senator there waa no ,
political campaign In progress, and the Oregonlan of December J4.-l05,
commended him In an editorial that read aa follows: .
,. SXVATOB OSAJU".
"lt waa to be expected that Governor Chamberlain mould appoint a
Democrat ,to tha Cnited States Senate,, and It was to bs .hoped. t hat ha
would select a Democrat who would go to the Senate aa no mere partisan.
John M. Gearin la a Democrat and a -partisan, but he la first a high
minded American cltlsen who wlU under no circumstances dishonor him
self or the State of Oregon.' ' - ' - '.'
"Remember, ladlea and gentlemen, this was not written by C. K.
Henry,, but by the editor of the Oregonlan in last December, and at 4 time
when the proud name of Oregon waa being trailed In the dust by reason
of the Indictment of a then United States Republican. Senator, two United
States1 Republican Congressmen. 4 United- States Republican Surveyor- $
General, as Well as several lesser Republican office-holders.
XV "'And ha Win make no factitious opposition to any great National
lUmllow bantu It hinmni to be supported by O Repuhllcan President and
to bs in favor with a Rep"!1""" ''""fM, At.tMa tlmi. when, many A
T -grave matters are to, be solved by the Republican National Admlnletra
X tlon. It might have been deemed a misfortune that any Senator be sent dry ,
who by his polltlcal'8'ntecedents and affiliations would seem to be
lrely In accord with President Roosevelt. But we already know -.
Thought" Ambrose). Miss Kathleen
-7 !- vm Wh -fthmiM thw Hntrtt
'"'f Mortal . Be- 'Proud T" Professor Ras
mus; solo, "Alone With God" (Abbott.
. Don Zan. Arthur . Alexander, accom-
iniM. . , - ,. .
: Of fleers of the Day.
Officers of the day are: Past consul.
T. A HVedrich. Oeorse Washington
H . ST1 fg ,,f" iJjmJIIIM I '! m , , i
ramn 261 : consul commander, i. J. Mur
phy. Webfoot .camp flJ; adviser, A.. W.
Schmale. Portland - camp 10; banker.
C C Bradley. Prosperity camp :
escofETE. RTRtfymond. Sunnyslrte camp
SIS; watchman. J. H. Bush. Prospect
sreamp- HO; sentry. I. G. Purdin, Arista
' camp 0SS.
Mansgers-J.-rwr BoothT Rose City
Jcamp 77; H. I Bearls, MontavlUa camp
17; L. C. Bof finger. Mount Tabor camp
i H. These will, be assisted by the
Zid company - -uniform-- rank - of - Prospect
camp 140, Captain" 8. A. Johng; com
manding. - 1
) . Those who have died during the Jast
" year are: Webfoot camp (5 R. C
. 7 Warner, R. E. White. Lewis Johnson, H.
j ; A. .Thoolens.- prosuect.camp J.4u EjJL
Tliart. A. MatsclK'k, A. Bergsvlck. Fred
Jensen. - Portland camp 107 R. A.
; Chenowith, I. SoKman. M. Wildman.O.
1 '.Moore, George -Washington camp 01-'
T J. "W. Toddi R: E. Rasroussen. Dan
O'Brien. , Sulinystde camp No. lit K.
B. Van Avery, V A. Mack.- ;
- ., Evening Program. "
Multnomah , camp, . W. O. W., and
Mount Hood and Normah circles will
srive the following program at their
lodge rooms this evening at o'clock:!
Piano selection. Professor J. Biro
ford; selection, Rock of Ages." Clip
t ir Quartet; "Objects of Woodcraft."
M. a Wllkina; ritualistic services by
, rsmp and circle officers: solo. "Face to ;
f Face," Miss Llna Llnehan; poem, "Oh.
Why Should the Spirit of Mortal Be
Froud?" - W. W. Lumsden; unveiling
monuments, .decorate graves with flow
' era; selection. "Nearer, My God, to
t" Thee," quartet; dedication of monu
i monts; duet. "Invisible Land." Misses
v Llnehan and-COhnonyTaddressC C."
Van Orsdall; O. G. Women of Wood
' '., "t craft; rqfo, '"Crossing the Bar," Miss
Llnehsn; closing services: selection,
"God Be With You Till We Meet Again,"
. '" quartet ; circle honors, camp honors.
. Officers of the dsy for the two organ-f-
Izatlons are: i
Master of ceremonies. J. C. Jones;
; ' 11 consul commander. A. M. Cox; advlaer,
! ,'H. B. Ingram: clerk. J. M. Wood worth;
! banker, H. H. Newhall; escort, Clark
' Lawrence: watchman. J. A. Clanoev;
" sentry, M.: Parsons: Multnomah Co. 77:
1 -rrLteutaaiants-CraMM and Ruddlman, rom-
J mandlng. Gubrdlan neighbor. Mrs. D.
J Charters, adviser, Mrs. Jr. Davey; clerk.
- 1 Mrs. M. E. He&rn. banker, Mrs. U Hall;
. x past guardian. Mrs., a M, Knapp; at
tendant, Mrs. N. J. Minar; magician,
. ' Mrs. M. B. Richmond; Inner sentinel.
I .; Mrs. L M. Fraser; outer sentinel, Mrs.
.. . H. F. Cram; guards of Mount Hood
, anl Nomah circle; Captains Kramer and
, . !. Elliott, commanding,
. "Who knows? Why, the people, of Oregon Democratic people.'.Repub-
llcan people. . Even the editor of the Oregonlan aaya: ,. , rv -, - -' ---i-
" that Senator Gearin Is for regulation -of railway rates, far correction of
trust evils, for free trade with the Phlllpplnea, for the Panama Canal and
for all the essential Rooevlt pollclea. ... We could ask no more from any
Xemocrat; we might get less from many Republicans." '
'"Then,' voters of tha 'state, of Oregon; I ask you, now that we have
Senator Gearin at Washington City, there attending to the duties of tha
of flee with which he Is now familiar and capable In the discharge f, why
should we change him for a new man t " -
"'It Is singular that Senator Gearin should be able to declare that. he
Is for these things without his Democracy being in the slightest measure
Impugned by anybody; yet It is true. The reason la. that he 1as never
taken part In politics for any pereonal end. More -could not be said for
any other Important Democrat In Oregon, and It cannot be said for all
Republicans.' - : ; '
"Then why not retain Senator John M, Gearin In sir placet
" Senator Gearin waa born In Oregon, and knows all about Its history.
gataaay-. Solemn xtramitonay ttcadXaaAambU tba.'
i interest In no locality, but h will be, we are sure, equally concerned ror -iritis
-development ;and, wolf ars of every-sect ion of Oregon.- He will labor
' no less diligently for a 30-foot channel at Coos Bay than for-a40-foot
: channel at the Columbia entrance. . He. will do what he can to promote
h rlniirnmint'i IrrlMtlnn nlann In Klamath-and In ITmatllla: and. so
far aa he has a voice in Federal appointments, fitness alone will deter- ,
w snau nave oeen maae. , , - ; - , - . - w
J " rSenator Gearin la one of the ounger generation of public men who
' ar rapidly coming forward tn Ortrgon-to-ntd1t8 affairs, - He1S "a good
lawyer and an unusually attrftctive and convincing public' speaker.' .'. -X
' "And I. wish to heavena hs were here tonight to speak to you with' his
hla--awn--behalf."- - - 1 " .-.
"'Ha has tact, a-ood manners, an easy and graceful address.- great In-
dustry and ready command of all hia mental resources. - He has, besides, -
fthe confidence,, respect, good-will and friendship of all who know him.
- " The Oregonlan extends to him Its congratulations that his merits
T have brought hlra this distinction, and to ths-publtff Its felicitations thatl
X, oat of a grievous situation of difficulty and embarrassment the state has,
emerged Into the light. Above all, Oregon will have In Mr. Gearin a
, Senator of honorable life, record' and character.,"
"'""'Ftlends"- and " fellow-cltisens, -now - that' the election has -come, "the--4
Oregonlan has forgotten Its most fair. Just and unbiased remarks above
read to you and Is urging the election of a gentleman from Pennsylvania
T because he is now wearing the label, Republican.'
:t "Is it not right and proper, under all circumstances, that we should
caat our votes -on xt-Monday-for-John-"M.-earin forSeniitofT)f ""the""
United States? ----- rrv;--- :
J "Personally. I am In ' favor of the election of Governor George E. .
t- Chamberlain, whose courage and keen foresight prompted the appointment
Of so, honorable, loyal and capable a man 4s John M. Gear)v to ths United
X - - 'l am in fayor of the election of Tom Word as Sheriff of Multnomah
County, because Jie has fought a good fight and kept the faith with the
. "1 am In favor of the election of John Van Zante for County Judge,
for I am certain that ho will give the County of Multnomah a most
careful and economical administration. . . - .
'-"' 'Jl am heartily In ,favor of Statement No. 1, and believe that It. Is the
duty of every voter to vote for alt the Democratic nominees n-the" legis
lative ticket, as they are pledged to Statement No. 1, while only one
third of the Republican legislative nominees have pledged themselves to
J,the' support of that statement.
HELD THIS; AFTERuOOII '
On enof- Portland- Most" Popular
Young Business Men Suo-'
cumbs to Paralysis. ,
, Tit funeral of; Harry W. Scott, ths
well-known young Portland bualneas
man who 'was stricken with paralysis
of ths brain on May 4 and passed away
The Late Harry W. Scott.
at his home last Thursday, will be held
this afternoon from the residence at 117
North Twenty-second street. ' -
Harry"W". -Scott was 'one of the best
younger business men.. lie came to
this city from California about 20 yeacs
ago and '?ml lntothslgnTatntliiK
business. ' With the growth of Portland
his business prospered and at ths time
of his death he was possessed of cora-
lertabta-meanav lie waa ta years aWI r I
Hs leaves a widow and young daugh
ter. His father. W. O. Scott of Ssn
Piamlecu, was with liliuv fur gt)fetTm
previous to hia death. , There ; Is a
brother in Los Angeles. ,, ,
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: PANTHER CUB MAY BE
PUT IN CITY PARK
Here are ths portraits of the two
panther cobs which O. H. Mortenson of
Glendale, Oregon, has offered to sell to
the city of Portland for exhibition In
the city park menagerie. One is suck-
Mm , gjP" j--- smsi
"In fact, I am heartily In favor of the entire Democratic ticket from
top to the bottom, believing that the Interests of the people ss a whole
will-be best subserved thereby. .
"At this time the Oregonlan Js cracking the party lash urging people
-to forget, everything but Jhat Its party nominees are Republicans- It
seems to think mors of party welfare than the welfare of humanity.
Party loyalty-la well enoughs but. there -la-somethlng higher and greater .
than that, and that is the welfare of the people, by and through the
passage and enforcement of laws to restrain the strong and protect ths
- weak..:,..; , . ' .; -..
"Ladles and gentlemen. I truat that on next Monday every voter. Re
. publican. Democratic, Socialist or Independent, will vote for John M.
Gearin for Senator, thereby saying, 'Well done, thou good and faithful
; servant," John M. Gearin." " " .
VsTZTSD STATUS SZaTATOB OZAJtEsT'S rOSITIOBT OW '
- nimtxn o. i. -. 7-;- 1 i
Statement No. 1, In my opinion, ls.the most Important Issue In the
T preientrelecTlbn; I Slibsoribe to H and have always done so; nefOrsTha-
' - direct primary amendment was adopted by U people of Oregon,-1 -was-
strongly for the election of United States Senators by direct, vote of the
, people; and 1 believe tlmt the present primary law. If. honeatly obeyed.
.will accomplish much In bringing, back to the people the authority of
government, where It was the design of the fathers of ths Republic that
It should reSt. . r i'
However, the Important consideration is not the election of me or
Mr. Bourne this time; the thing of Importance Is for the voters of Oregon
to declare by their ballots that it is the duty of the Legislature to ratify
the choice of the people for United Stater Senator aa expressed at ths
polls In the June election. - - - y ; ..
WHAT SOME ANIMALS DO
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, Sebras to Draw Strsatoscm.
Streetcars In Zanzibar are to be drawn
by domesticated sebras. Lord Howard
de Walden, proprietor of a 40,000-acre
sebra farm in Uganda, Africa, has re
ceived an order for 40 of ths animals
for that purpose.
The sebra Is stated to have soma ad
vantages over tha mule for ths work In
question; he-endures the -climate better
and Is stronger, and Is immune from tha
attacks of the tsetse fly.
Woman Xad Basket of Worres.
I MraMItenderson,who lives four
miles south west or Bush City, wss In
town today with six young wolves
which she and her husband captured
yesterday on their farm.
The wolves were quite young; they
did not have their eyes open yet, and
one who did not know what they were
would have said they were puppies.
There is a bounty of 11 a head on the
wolves, so that Mrs. Henderson will re
ceive f for ths scalps of the six. They
made an effort to capture ths old wolf,
but she could not be found.
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LITTLE BITS OF INFORMATION
- FROM ACROSS THE BUSY-RIVER
The east side fa' to have
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Candidate! for City Park Zoo.
Ing milk , f rem a, bottle and an extra
large nipple. ? In , his' first letter to the
park, board , Mr.- Jdortenaon -offered both
youngsters. Since 'then, however, his
dog and , tha eub,- who Is .Jealously
watching the Other panther -drink the
milk, got Into en .sltercatlon snd ths
young panther, received eo many In
juries lhat.hs Js -unfit for ' exhibition.
Mr. Mortenaen wanted $30 for each cub,
but the park - board will -not pay
over $20. . .,,,- -....'' .
- "What's ths new navel shout?"
"It'aa story of lovs and war."
; Ali.-it follows
Into tltvir married
lovs ana war."
the hero and , heroine
1 lifer eh?" ...
CapIaTn J7TI7 UWKXyfn
nounces thst he Is going to build the
walls or his building at Grand avenue
and East Morrison street heavy enough
to support six stories. The building Is
to-be but, three stories for the present,
but ss soon as the demand requires It
the other three stories will be added.
This will be the first Steel frame struc
ture on the east side. .
Very ''Rev. Dr. A. Morrlssey, presi
dent of Notre Dame - universit y, - will
preach at the Holy Cross church.. Ports
mouth, at $ o'clock this morning. Mass
will . be . celebrated preceding the ser
mon by Rev. Gilbert Francis, superior
general of tha Order of the Holy Cross.
James Tufts,- an aged and -respected
in -that city Thursday from a stroke of
paralysis. The funeral was held yes
terday afternoon from the St. Johns M.
k. cnurcn. . ,
Plans have been prepared for.. the
three-story brick building for St.. Mary's
orphanage, across the . river from Os
wego. The management of" the orphan
age expects to-be, able to occupy this
building by October " 1. '
Brooklyh and vlciftttV , will soon . be
afforded better fire protection. A fir
engine-house Is to he, 'built- at ' F.ast
' i roirrrn bbobssxtt.
' Having to lay upon my bed for 14
dnys from a severely bruised leg, I only
found relief when I used a bottle of
Ballard's Snow Liniment 1 can cheer
fully recommend It ss ths- best medi
cine for bruises ever sent to the afflict
ed. It has now become a positive neces
sity jipon myself. -Tt. R. Byrnes, mer
chant, Imversvllle, .Texas, tCc, S0c and
11.00. Sold by Woodsrd. Clarks 4 Co.
ilffils orihar-portron of the Eaat Side
have asked fpr this Improvement for
a long' time. .
It -is understood that- the contract
for . ths construction of the steel bridge
on Grsnd svenue over Sullivan's gulch
will be let next Friday. .
Mrs. P. ,A. MeOutre, llg Mississippi
avenue, was run into and knocked down
at Third and 'Morrison streets yesterday
afternoon by a' horse snd -buggy, driven
by John AntoTie. an employe of the
Pacific Coast Biscuit' company; Mrs.
McGuIre was badly shocked and bruised
by being violently,, thrown to the pave
ment. The buggy made the turn from
Third to Morrison street at a rapid
pacs. . The driver, in trying tq avoid a
collision .with a strtoar, failed e see
Mrs. McGuIre until It was too late to
avoid 'the, accident. . He was taken In
custody by the. police and a . charge of
reckless driving 1 ridged against him.
PORTLAND MALE CHORUS
- 1$, TO GIVE CONCERT
The-'Young Women's -Christian Asso
ciation has secured ths Portland- Mais
chorus, to give a concert at ths White
Temple,, Twelfth and Taylor strsets, on
Wednesday evening, June (. Under the
leadership of Director Arthur N. De
Vore, ths chorus has reached a high
standard of vacal excellence. There
ars ,20 voices In ths chorus,, taken from
ths best choirs In tha city. Ths program-will
Include Bryant's masterpiece,
Thanatnpals," arrangsd as a cantata by
Joseph Mosenthal,' and the cantata.-'The
Viking's -Farewell." Ths soloists will
be announced later. ' w 4 1
After all ths unsavory records made
by Multnomah delegations to the legis
lature' all the . machine schemes that
have been .worked out through them
all ths "corporate Interests they have
served and grafts of ths people's money
they have helped to perpetuate In ths
interests of the machine, isn't It about
time for a. change? ' Wouldn't It be a
good Idea to. break away from, ths crowd
that has a hand in all this and elect a
eew set of men Xrom this county? Ths
Democratic legislative ticket Is .made
up of a .lot of good, clean men. Vote
It and smash ' ths . franchise-grabbing,
corporation crew and give the -common
people a chance, ; ' ' -
We have purchased two (2) stocks of Wall Paper, amounting
to 10,000 rolls, of the latest designs ; this season's patterns. We will
sell these papers at from 20 to 50 per cent less than regularprices
Mr. Housebuilder, it will be to your . interest . to purchase NOW, ; .
while the stock is full and complete.. We have all conceivable de- '
signs. If you knew how cheap artistic paper is at our store you '
would not let those rooms go another season with their old wall
covering. Freshen them up. It will cost you but little and means
Hots of comfort. We alj(o sell '
i ' k.-
Paiht ''That Won't Xome Off" and Varnishes for
170 SECOND STREET. : 7 The Pampkln Colored Front ; PEOSE MAIN 1879
-BET.WEEMQRB1SQN:JIND YAMHILL' STREETS.
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No. 1, irrespectlvo b
- party. .
Municipal ownership of aU public
utllitiea . .
Rigid - enforcement of all "stats T
, health' laws, .
An eight-hour law, for wen udu
-women -employes. . . "
A ststed . salary, for ths Stats -
An odd pet is owned by a Brunswick
family. - It Is a 2-year-old woodchuck,
which has become very tame.
He lives in a hole near the cellar of
the house, and always comes out when
the skimming of the milk is going on. In
which he appears to be very much
Interested. September 26, 1006, he
seemed to be very sleepy and disap
peared, and nothing further was seen
of him until fast day, when hs reap-
. An equitable adjustment of f ran- .
7. Taxation of ths gross earnings of.
corporations. ' V
Local self-government and prlvata
. Repeal of convict labor. laws that'
bring prison labor In competition .
'With honest tollers.
10. 'Requiring corporations to grant
. equitable pensions to aU parsons
seriously . Injured While In their
employ, during tha continuance
of tha disability. .
Ha had been In a stats of hibernation
for seven months snd ons day. Hs waa
very glad to see the family and was In
very good flesh despite his long winter's
sleep. , , u ...
Bears That Bellas ork.
That favorite old tradition of soology
that .bears won t touch pork, alive or
dead, has been rudely shattered by fact
once more. Adam Kin ley of . .Cogan
Houss township, Pennsylvania, Is minus
thr . Biembera of an earlv litter of
Twelfth and Pnwell28treets.Tlieresl-J blacltlnlgglesLtha.J,esult. of 4 foraging
expedition on the part oi lour presump
tuous black bears.
Klnley and the hired men helping him
saw two old bears and a couple of cubs
come out of ths woods at a corner of
the field scarcely two stones' throw
from his house. One of ths old bears
grssped two piglets In Its forepaws and
hugged them to death, while ths other
big Bruin did likewise with one pig. and
tha sow snd six others of her litter ran
squealing toward their pen. Then tha
four bears ambled back into the woods
with their prey.
NEW LAUNDRY WILL BE
BUILT. ON WEST SIDE
-' A new steam laundry will bs bwllt It
a central location on ths west slds of
the river In ths near future. Ths Ex
celsior Laundry company,, with a capi
tal stock of $100,000, wss Incorporated
yesterday by H. K. Cleaver,, Charles
Roberts and R. A. Preston.
It IS announced that the construction
work will be commenced as soon as a
satisfactory sits csn be obtained It
Is the Intention of tha owners to Install
a modern plant and It will be rushsd to
completion as rspldly as possible.
; Deadly Ber-peat Bites. -
are as common In India ss sre stomach
and liver disorders with us. For the
latter, however, there Is a sure remedy:
Klectrlc Bitters, the great restorative
medicine, of which 8. A. Hrown of Ben
nettsvllle, 8. C, saya: "They restored
My wife to perfect health, sftsr years
of suffering with dyspepsia and a chron
ically torpid -liver." Electrlo Bitters
curs chills and fsver, malaria, bilious
ness.' lsrrtf. back, 'kidnev trouhlaa iiul
Madder disorders. Sold on guarantesrT
by SlUdmors trug Co. Pries 60c. 7
X 65 Official Number
When, (he Nice
Summer Days Come
And you want to sit on your porch, youll
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feel the need of a good,
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Here is. one rocker, exactly as pictured,
made from hard maple, rush seat, slat back,
3 feet 8 inches high, 2 feet 2 Inches wide, 1
foot 6 inches deep; colors green, red and
maple. Regular price anywhere $3.75.
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