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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL; PORTLAND. SUNDAY , HORKINO; JUIHS g. lCCT.y
ROSE AVENUE, CHEMAWA INDIAN SCHOOL.
lie Chemawa Indian school can be appropriately named the Rose School. Thousand of choice roae
tmah Una all the walka and oaths of the school and climb over the buildings of the Institution. More
than twenty large clothe baskets were heaped full with handsome 'rosea cut from the bushes Thursday
morning to decorate the graves of loved ones, and they are not to be missed, new.-
Oregon City People . Await
; With Interest Nam
- . Ingof Date. : ;
BRIDGE EEPAIES ARE
: COMING ALONG TVELL
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Opening of Parks Welcomed by Cltl
r sens Seeking Recreation-Anglers
ft Organized for the Day Fourth of
July Fond Growing Nicely.
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(Special Mfpstek to Ta Joereal.)
Oregon City. June 1. It was an
Bounced in this c!tv some time aso that
a lower rata would go Into affect on tha
O. W. P. Una batwaan Portland and this
city tomorrow, but as rat no oeflnlt
statement has been 'reaatyad. Many
people hare spend Sunday In tha me
tro poll and should tha fare be reduced
till mora-would go. A notice has been
posted by the company announcing tha
new schedule, but doea not ear when It I
Is to go Into effect. When this ijeVI
time card la ready for the publlo tt will
Blv tha eltlsens of this city a St-mln-vta
aerrlce between bare and Portland.
Oregon City's Sunday Plan. .
' ' cesarta! Dbnatek to 11M Joeraelt
' Oregon City, June 1. Should tha
weather be fine tomorrow . nianr will
spend tha day down tha river; where
they can enjoy tha cool vreeses rrora
the waUra, - while many others -will
visit the parka.' Several fishing parties
bare been arranged and will leave early
in the morning for .streams throughout
the county. Many will attend tha ball
Kama at Portland, and It la tha hope
I of all tha fans that the game wlU be
, e repetition of last Sunday's. . '
, Oanemah's Opening Today. ;
' ' rsaiLtal Dlmtea to Tha 3arst '
Oregon City, June 1. Canemah park
Will be open to tha publlo tomorrow
'" and from all Indications a large crowd
,, will be In attendance. . Tha resort baa
been much Improved since the new man'
- aaement came in control and tha open
'log tomorrow wlU And the park In One
' condition. A band will be In attend
,, ance and those who are fond of dancing
win bav mualo all day. It la the In
- tention of tha management to make this
' the popular resort of the season and It
' la claimed that a strictly orderly place
. wfll be kept. ' ' , . .
: ;,('. Visitors the Oaks. -:j
fSMiaal Mseefc to The JeeraaLj
' Ore son Oty, Juno 1. A large nam
bar from this city went to the Oaks
'today, where -they spent tha- day ; at
, leisure. 'in uui wm no uouoi urw
.Its share of - Oregon City patronage
during the season, many parties already
' being planned to spend tomorrow at this
"popular resort. Liquor selling having
been stopped on the premises, many will
i patronise tha place. who would not. In
- seasons past. ,- :
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i ' Bridge Ilr pairs Come on Fast.
1 (SneeUl Dtsestek to Tee )oerseO
Oregon City, June U Tha workmen
,wbo are engaged In repairing tha bridge
now have the screw lifts in place on
the west side of the bridge and are at
'work tightening the cables. Several of
"the cables era badly worn, end it wtu
be neceaaaryto cut them and splice
with new cables, which will be an
chored In a solid rock foundation. It
la probable that the repairs will . be
completed In few days. .- --.
' Celebration Fond Growing.
Srt1 Dliiwtrb to The Joereat.),
1 ' Oregon City, June 1. Tha II.JO mark
was reached In the Fourth of July fund.
A Seal Wonderland. . , - t
South Pekots, with Its rich silver
mines, bonsnsa farms, wide ranges and
string nstural formations, is a verl
tablo wondprlnnd. At Mound City.' In
the home of Mrs. B. IX Clapp. a wonder,
ful case of healing has lately occurred,
li.r son seemed aear death with lung
and thrt trouble. "Erhanetlng cough
In spells oorurred every live minutes,"
rliee Mrs. Clapp, -when I began glv-
Ir. King's New Discovery, the great
Urine, thst saved hie life and com.
o-ly cured Mm." Guaranteed for
snd coMa. throat and lung
i. by led Crosa Pharmacy, 0c
. i-.vl, . Trial boiue tree,
which means that a rousing celebration
will be held. Tha committees are figur
ing on several novel feats never before
abown In this section of the country
and should they be secured the people
will have something wall worth coming
miles to see. . :-r:--' ' --
Pugilists Before the Mayor.
(Special Dispatch to The Jeamal)
Oreaon City. June 1. A pugillstie
contest was . pulled off yesterday and
one of tha young men Is somewhat bat
tered. Thursday evening two parties
named Roes and Stephens stood Kips,
the assreesor In yesterdays contest, on
his bead and alapped nls face. , Ho was
anxious to meat the partlea ene at a
time, which ha did yesterday. A fight
was at Its hottest when Officer Steph
ens took the pair to the office of Mayor
Caufleld. who gave them some good ad
vice and let them go on promise of good
behavior..: , i : ' I . ...
: Artisans' Social Session. ;
(fleeetol Dtapateh to The taraelt '
Oregon City. June 1. The Artisans
held social eessloa at their hall last
evening. Several candidates were In
itiated, after which a literary and musi
cal program was enjoyed. Dancing fol
lowed. -The Artisans hold theaa social
sessions after each business meeting-, j
VANCOUVER CHUECH 1 "
y ; SERVICES TODAY
s. " i
' (gaeehd Dtapateh to The ftsjmel)
Vancouger, Wash., Jupe 1-Tho fol
lowing church service will be held In
this city tomorrow: .
Presbyterian Tenth and Park streets.
Rev, J. B. Snyder pastor. ' Sunday
school, 1:45 a. m.; morning service, 11
o'clock; , Young . People'! meeting, T p.
m: noDular evening service.-! o'clock.
The subject of Pastor Snyder's morning
sermon will be "The Voice of the Sea
sons." In the evening he will preach
on "Building a Tower."' Special muale
at the evening service.
Methodist Ninth and .Columbia
streets, Ref. T. B. Elliott pastor. Tha
pastor will preach a baccalaureate ser
mon at 11 o'clock. Special muale will
be provided for this occasion. . Evening
service at tne usual nour.
St. Luke's Episcopal East Eighth
and C streets. -The usual services jwlll
be held at I and 11 a. m. and S p. m.
Christian On Thirteenth street. Rev,
Harvey Hasel pastor. Elder George C
Rttchey f Monmouth, Oregon. will
preach at 11 a. m. and I p. m. Sunday
school at 10 a. m.; Christian Endeavor
at T p. m. .i - .; -
Christian Science Sohn's ball. . Bun
day bervlca, 11 a. m.; midweek meeting
Wednesday evening. o'clock. The sub
ject for tomorow will be "God, the Only
vause ana reaior. .
FOR LORD'S SAKE
Montana Woman's Fanati-
"i cism Surpasses That of
V ' Holler or Tonguer.
' (Bpeelal IMspstch to The earsaLl
- Butte, Mont., June 1. Because she
Insisted en running around tha neigh
borhood unclad, a hitherto uncommonly
modest wife la In the county Jail with
a charge of Insanity against her. - The
arrest was. made last evening by the
sheriffs deputies. The woman was
without a particle of clothing of any
kind on- her person at the time. -
"I must go naked before my Lord,"
she replied, when urged to dress her
self. ' - '.: "i -:
Asked If she was not sshamed to go
about naked, she answered that she
would have been once, but now she knew
it wss God's will, and felt no embar
It Is said her ease Is probably Incur
able, and that death will follow unless
some means are devised to get- the
woman to eat. She rerases to partaks
of nourishment of any kind. ' ' .
Bnnday School Convention Date.
- (Special Dupetea to The Joarsal.l
Elgin, Or, June 1. At the close of
the meeting of the Union' County Sun
day School association It waa decided
to hold tha next meeting or tne asso
ciation at Union, November, II and II.
Unknown Swindler at Heppner. ,
Heppner, Or.,' June 1. An unknown
man who passed erorged check for III
at Marquardson's department store se
cured' t;o. In cash and the balance
In merchandise, Officer ere looking
for einw , ; ' .
III (10 DANGER
Chinese Rebels Hare Shown
- No Disposition to Attack
WARSHIPS WILL TAKE '
V HAND IF NECESSARY
More Than Fifty Thousand Insnr
genu Hare Enlisted Under New
Banner sad-Outbreaks. Are Re
ported From the Xnterio. ' '
llDAVS SHALL DE
No Such 'Commencement
Ever in Oregon as That for"
G ratluates at ' Eugene.
' ' IBpeeUl Dlapeteh to Tee leeiaal.l '
University of Oregon, Eugene, Juno t.
-Commencement week at the State uni
versity will be largely a musical featl
val, the class of '07 numbering II. the
largest by three'or four In the univer
sity's history, will hare tha flneat com
mencement ever given any Oregon class.
The music will be furnished by a spe
cial chorus and orchestra and Individ
ual singers under the direction of Pro
fessor Glen. . Hundreds of friends, rel
atives and alumni are expected. The
Southern Pacific haa granted a round
trip fare of ton and on third. Tb
Sunday. June XI Baccaiauraai ser
mon. Rev. Mac II. Wallace, pastor of the
Brewster Congregation church. Detroit,
Michigan, 11 a. m., Vlllsrd hall.
Monday. June -14 -Faculty-Senior
baseball game, t p. m., and graduating
exercise of the School of Musio la V Il
ia rd hall at 8 p. ra.
, Tuesday, June II Alumni business
meeting -and das reunions la McClur
hall, 10 a. m. President's reception, at
the home pf President Campbell. I p.
m. Oratorical contest for Falling and
Beekman prises. In Vlllard hall. , I p. m.
Wednesday, June 1 Thirty-first an
nual commencement. Address to the
graduating class of HOT, In Vlllard hall,
at :lt) a. ra.. by Senator John M.
Gear In. 1 "University , dinner to the
alumni In new library building, I p. m.
Alumni, ball in Armory, at I p. n.
- SVUrl of O-rednatoa. -The
bachelor of arts seniors are as
follows; J. T Barbour, Portland; - B. O.
Beebea, Eugene; O. K. Blttner, Port
land; C M. Blals, Eugene; P. O. Bond,
Mapleton; Sarah A. Burch, RlckraaU;
Louise A. Burdlck. Cottage Orove; Ma
bel Cooper. Independence; - -Margaret
Cundlff. Eugene; Edwin R. Fountain,
Klamath Falls.; Lorens Maude Gallogly,
Oregon City; F. V. Galloway, McMlnn
vllle; Margaret "A. Oittlngs.- Eugene;
W. H. Olafk. Portland; Mary Lela
Ooddanf, , Portland; R- W. Bammack,
Harrington, Washington; M. B, Hand-,
man, Portland; XX. rX. Hardin, Prlne
ville: L. X Henderson. Hood River; a
W. Hug, Elgin; A. W.1-Jackson, Ban
don; W. W. Johnson, Eugenet H. A
Whealer, ' Eugene; Angelina WTOlams,
Oregon City; Clara P. Wold, Eugene;
J. P. Woodley, Eugene, ' - -
The bachelor of eolenee ' graduates
are: William G. Chandler, Marshttald;
a P. Beck. The Dalles; T. P. Holt. Bn-
. (Jearsal Spsrls SsrvsieJ.'
' Washington, Jun 1- With more than
10,101 armed Insurgents In . open
revolt agalast the ruls of the em
press of the Chinese revolution is tak
ing on serious proportions, according
to advices received here thin morning
from Hongkong- It Is not believed that
there Is any Immediate eause.for fear
for the lives of foreigners In China, 'as
attacks thus far have en been .upon
Chinese offloials, but every precaution
is being taken by the war department
to protect American Interests In the
orient. ? '. . ' .
.An outbreak Is reported te have oc
curred yesterday 40 miles from Nanne
gan, in which only officials war at
tacked, and similar ' reports are being
received from all parts of the Interior.
Every man able te carry arms la being
enlisted In the can of the rebellion,
and It Is not unwillingly that they are
taking up arms under the new stand
ard. . Thirty . thousand . rebels are re
ported to be operating ' south of Amoy
and rebel camps are eetng formed near
most of the principal dtlee, where the
country Is suitable.
Precautionary measures are being
taken by the government and Instruc
tions have been sent te Consul Paddock
at Amoy directing htm to call upon Ad
miral Dayton and - the American war
ships If there Is the slightest possi
bility of need of assistance. -
L.- M. Da via. It en ballot, stands for
purity of home, sacredness of family
ties. ..- - .
gene; O. C. Jackson. AstorUt; Laurids
Lsurldson, Astoria ; Harry A. Hampton,
Portland; J. W. MoArthur, Eugene.
Vends R. Coffey ofXEugene will take
the master pf arts dsiree. -
FIERCE FOREST FIRE ;
"YON GRAY'S HARBOR
(Special DtaAtrk te Tee JnarasLI
Aberdeen, Wash., June 1. Forest fire
have already begun In this vicinity, a
very extensive one raging 10 mile
north. Deputy Sheriff Anetle arid Con
stabl George Dean attempted fo go to
the camp of Toung A Hoover to get a
witness in sin inquest case of a man
drowned and war obliged to turn back
at Humptullp on account of tha. fire.
Flying sparks set tneir ouggy cusmon
en fir. A strong wma is mowing.
Scaview and Centerville
Fifty-foot lots fronting on the ocean
between Centerville and Stouts, lying In
front of the lots from Troutman's en
up to the realdence of James Mannar,
Esq, we will sell for ISO. For particu
lars call upon Charles K. Henry Son,
lit Third street. Portlend, Oregon.
- SPECIAL 54LC
WHITE CANVAS ' r
AU styles, light or heavy soles.
$3.00 grades for. ..... . .$2.00
$2.50 grades for. . . .', . . .$1.75
$2.00 grades for. . ... . , .$1.50
' Plenty of sizes for all. -
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lSfeMrrlaea St., ubv rmjt
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'THE MANAGEMENT OP
Tke Needlecraft Stop
' ' 382 WASHINQf ON STREET '
Wish to announce tlie opening: of a branch store at
' SEASIDE, OREGON, with a complete stock of Needle.
' work Supplies. ' Lessons In Embroidery will be given
. ;-v' . every daya ' ' "
: Clean, Healthful and Nourishing. - ; ') J
J:..'; r Made of .the Best Materials.':: j
I 'i Baked Under Sanitary Conditions. V V i ;.
5 cenU At. all
Butter-Nut Bread , Is 'widely! tolutedeware of the
frauds. iLook for the Blue-Star Label on every loaf..
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Ajn COVCX STS.
, orav day Aim snozr. .
Dinner from 11 a. m. to I p. ra.
, Chicken soup, a la Heine.
Crab salad, Mayonnaise dressing. .20
Bllced cucumbers 10
Fried shad .4 ISf
Fried Rasor clams.. .15,
Fried Bhad Bo. ............ ,20f
Fried Tenderloin of Sola, ; TarUr
Scrambled Shad Boe.............20f
Boiled Mackerel, drawn butter... .25
Steamed IKtl neck Clams... u....20
Clam Bouillon with Toaat 15
Boiled Beef Tongu and Spinach, .20e)
Chicken-Pot Pie ... ....-25
Pork Tenderloin, Braised Cabbage 25
LArded Calves' liver. Club House
Veal Kidneys, on Toast, Country
Fricassee of- Chicken Winga and
Noodles. . . .20
Pork Spar Bibs. Bag Dressing. ...20
Scrambled Calves' Brains t...25
Fried Strawberries p Batter, a la
Olympla Oysters with Rice,. Indian
Codfish Balls, Cream Sauce.. .....IS
Cold Ham, Potato Salad. .......... 20
Beef Stew with Potato ...15
Rneton Baked Pork and Beans.... 1 Be)
u.if tinrlnv fhlrkan on Toaat KA4 '
ItOaSC lOUDI 1 Ur U wmmi 11 S OWW
Roast Spring Chicken and Dreeelng 25
Roast Veal and Dressing.. ,-20
Roast Pork snd Drsslng.,..,...15
T, - TtMmr. Rrnwn OravV l.IKi
Roast Lamb, Mint Sauce and Grsen
Pis . ....... 20
Strawberry Short Cak .4...IO
Strawbrrls and Cream. ........1
Strawberry Ice Cream ...10
Coffee, breed snd butter and potatoes
with all mealSy'
Asmzoijr MSTAtnajurr, .
' . Ooraee-Third. a4,Ooc Straeesv
Plane from U a. m. te 9 am.
- Clothing bale in years
am 1- ml
AT FIRST AND YAMHILU STREETS
- . LOOK FOR THB pRBEiN SIQ1NS r
: noiuinimfrni n t a fn
, The Wrecking Has Begun, But Thousands of Stilts
Must Be Sold Ere It Can
Reach the Main Floor
itions toward the demolish-
warnlnc that our time la short in which to dispose of the remainder of
. Tt 1 MHitrvtM haw) aircadw started enera
ffltni of the boilding in the basement. Every blow of the- hammer is a
this gigantic stock, price-cutting- wui oe recuess from now on. 1 na
MOST DARlNO DISPERSAL OP UNPARALLELED AND ABSO
riTTHT Y MATCHLESS CLOTHINO VALUES EVER ATTEMPTED
IN THE NORTHWEST Is
At tlhe A p ex
Of Its Grand Career
We cannot take space today to tell yon of ALL the, unprecedented bar.
gains but will only remind yon of these few.
Extra Specials for the Coming Week
Men's $10 Suits
In small rises only J4, 35 and 36
bast measure. Only a few left
Bif bargains for "smallish" men.
Best regular $10 valuee ever of
fered in Portland while they last
go m the Great Rebuilding Sale
' Men's New.
e Stylish 1907
Splendid $15 values, sale price.
, ( sswaaBeMe.sssBjsBBaM ;
Uneqaaled $11 Teuet, m! pric
. Mstchless, new and op-to-the-minute styles. In latest eat and superbly
made Salts, products of such famous men's tailors as Charles Kauffman
ft Brothers and Rosenwald ft Weil, the, equals of the beat custom tailors
in America. Carried by only leading houses ana sola
everywhere for S25. lust in bought for our new
but will be included in our Great Rebuilding Sal
1 WONDERFUL HAT VALUES
A Grand E pec UV-1 0,000 men's newest
styles in Fedoras and Telescopes; pearls,
blacks, grays snd browns; $1.50 and $2
. values while they last, chooee at
. . ........
Matchless Shoe Bargains
t ' Cut out-tWs ad and bring it with you. " w . '
Fifty Cases Men's Shoes. $4.00 and $5.00 Values, for fa.5
Patent feathers,' vici and calf, new lasti, made in master workman
ship by expert shoemaker, $4.00 and $5.00 values, for,.. S2.95
Men's $3 snd. $4 Sloes for $2J5
Similar' to lot told of above and eaual bargains.'' -
33 cases of Men's Box Calf and Veloor Shoes, in'
Goodyear welt styles t the wonderful bargain .
price of ,-.2.35
, Udies Shoes, $U5 and $3 Values, for $lr
8000 pairs of the fine vici kid Shoes, with patent
tips, well made, stylish and durable, the regular ,
$1.75 and $2 grade to be sold for, a pair. . l.OO
Women's patent vid and calf Shoes, worth $3
in the Great Rebuilding Sale...;.... fl.6B
Women's $3.50 and $4 Shoes, new arrivals. 2.30
Bee thee) golden savings la our windows at the MONSTER REBUILDING. SALE now at its height st the
JOHN DELLAR CLOTHINO HOUSE
At FIRST AND YAMHILL, where the building Is about to the "made over."
MAIL ORDERS FILLED carefully and promptly.