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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY , MORNING, JUNE 2. 1907. v v
ROSE AVENUE, CHEMAWA INDIAN SCHOOL.
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No 1 Such Commencement
Ever iii Oregon as That for'
Graduates I' at Eugene.
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.Tbe Cbemawa Indian school can b appropriately named tne Rote School. Thousandi of choice rose
V bushes line all the walks and paths of the school and climb prer the" b nlldlngs of the Institution. More
;'. than twenty large clothes baskets were heaped fall with handsome roses cot from the bushes Thursday
morning to decorate the graves of lored ones, and they are not to be missed now.
THAT LOU RATE
i Oregon City People. Await
With Interest Nam
ing of Date.
which mtana that a rouilnr Mlabratlon
will b bald. Tha commltteea ar flvur
Ins on eral norel feata aarar befor
hown In thla aaetlon of tha country
and ahould they ba secured tha peopl
will nara aomathlnf wall worth coming
BEIDGE EEPAmS AEE
i . COMING ALONG WELL
Pngllists Before the Mayor. .
(Special Dlipitefe t Tha Joamal)
Orecon City, Juna 1. A pugillatlo
contaat was . pulled off yeatarday and
ona of tha young mm la somewhat bat
tered. Thursday avanlnc two parties
named Ross and Stephana stood Kins.
tha aa-tTessor In yesterday's contest, on
bis head and alapped his face. , Ha
anxious to meet tha parties one at
time, which he did yesterday. A fight
was at Its hottest when Officer Steph
ens took the pair to tha office of Mayor
Caufleld. who gave them aome good ad
Tloe and let them go on promise of good
behavior. . ; "
III 110 DAB
Opening of Parks Welcomed by Cltl
- sens Seeking Recreation Anglers
.Organized for the Day Fourth of
Jaly Fund Growing Nicely.
(Special Slipita te The JToenal.)
Oregon City, June 1. It was an
Artisans' Social Session. -
(Sgeelat MtDatek te The Jeanalt
Oregon City, June 1. The Artisans
held a social session at their hair last
evening. Several candidates were In
itiated, after which a literary and musl
cal program was enjoyed. Dancing fol
lowed. The Artisans hold these social
sessions after each business meeting.
J0. ilX''Vl VAN(X)TJVER CHUECH I
v ; 8EJi VICES TODAY
O. W. P. line between Portland and this
city tomorrow, but as yet no definite
statement has been 'received. Many
people nere spend Sunday in the me
tropolis and should the fare be reduced
(Special . Dlipttch to The Jbarnal.)
Vancouger, Wash.. June 1. The fol-
tUl wore- would go. A notice has been n?wln h"rch rTlc" T1" M nel4 ln
ttnatMf h 4h Mfflimiii imonnxlnf thai 7 iuwvw
,1 new schedule, but does not say when It
lis to go Into effect. When thla new
tlm card Is ready, for the publio tt wlU
"I give the citizens of thla city a IS-mln-t
vt service between here and Portland.
Presbyterian Tenth and Park streets.
Rev. J. B. Snyder paator. ; Sunday
school, 1:45 a. m.; morning service, 11
o'clock; . Toung .People's meeting, T p.
m.; popular evening service,' t 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 mualc
: I ... - :
Chinese Ebels Hare Shown
No Disposition to Attack
. Foreigners. - 1
s, .... ii
WAESHIPS WILL TAKE
HAND IF NECESSARY!
More Than Fifty Thousand Insar
gents Hare Enlisted Under New
i Banner and' Outbreaks .Are , Re
ported From the Interior. '
j Oregon City's' Sunday nans.
(Special DliDtteh to Tha 7oeraaL
Oregon City, June 1. Should the! at the evening service.
weather be fine tomorrow many will! Methodist Ninth and -Columbia
: spend the day down the rtver; where streets. Kef. T. K. Elliott pastor. The ,7 nt nn-nunwi iy.t
they can enjoy the cool nree.es from pastor wUlVeach a baccalaureate ser- S?. " nJ?V
4 the waters, -while man others . will mon at 11 o'clock. Sneclal mualo willl,n nn" .undr. th w .UBd-
.w- -1..-- k. ..- I . imnT uiouiwa reoeis are re-
I have been arranged and will leivHarly service at the usual hour. 31' ",!!"--!
4 in the morning for streams throughout St. Luke's Episcopal East Eighth of t h nrl n rl n J oVt 7u wh th 1
? the county. Many Will attend the ball " C streets. The usual services wiU 1- .utti? " th
I jgame at Portland, and It is the hope
I of all the fans that the game will be
, a repetition of last Sunday's.
Ritchey of Monmouth. Oregon, . will
4 ; Canemah's Opening Today.
" (Cpeetel Dlapitek to Tb JnaruL) -'
-' Oregon City, June 1. Canemah park
Will be open to the public tomorrow
at Amor directing him to call upon Ad-
preach at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday "."Xr."!" ".r"""
arhnnl 1 A m DiHaMan tmjriwn sua in American war-
lit 7 i Jn EndeaTor ships if there is the slightest possl-
day service, 11 a. m.
Bonn's hall. Sun-
blllty of need of assistance.
..... . . . i n. ... iujuwqu meeunr
"Ir. J . J 1 n Jt. g0.rL Wednesday evening, o'clock. The sub- I- M. Davis, 8 on beJlot, stands for i
" . n ou Meet ror tomorow will be "God, the Only Purity of home, sacredness of family
" n nnit nil ImnHlvM linn. tn. n.ii tmttn I . . . a . . h I . .
u . - yum iwi vreaior. ' un.
agemeni came in control ana tne open-
' Ing tomorrow will find the park in fine
condition. A: band will be In attend-
ance and those rho are fond of dancing
'Win nave musio au day. it is the In-
tention of the management to make this
' the popular resort of the season and it j
' Js claimed that a strictly orderly place
ymi be Kept,'- 'f-,-- , -: -"
;,' . Visitors at the Oaks.
'4 - ' (SiMdal Dtopitch to The JeeraaLI
Orea-on City, June 1. A larre nam
FOR LORD'S SAKE
COMTEK THXXD A99 001TCS STS.
fovxa at Axn mxaxr.
Dinner from ll a. m. to I p. m.
hlnlrM .nun m 1
ber from this city went to the Oaks Montana Woman's Fanati-ittuce . 10e
today, where -hey spent the- day at
, leisure. The Oaks will no doubt draw
Its share of - Oregon City patronage
during the season, many parties already
' being planned to spend tomorrow at this
l. popular resort ,; Uquor selling having I
. been stopped on the premises, many will
patronise the place , who would not In
i't seasons past.
cism Surpasses That of
"Holler or Tonffuer.
4 : : Bridge Repairs Come on Fast.
i rv-nr. rit. in,, i ro I arrest was , made last evenlna bv tha
suonii uvpuuea. loo woman Was
. i (Special Dlipateh to Tbe"7onrnali
- Butte, Mont., June 1. Because she
insisted on running around the neigh
borhood unclad, a hitherto uncommonly
moaest wire is in tne county Jail with
a charge of insanity against her. The
who are engaged ln repairing the bridge
now have the screw lifts in plate on
'the west side of the bridge and are at
4 work tightening the cables. Several of
"the cables are badly worn, and It will
be necessary, to cut them and splice
. with new cables, which will be an
chored ln a solid rock foundation.
Is probable that ' the repairs will
completed in few days. . -
Celebration Fund Growing.
Spool! DlsMtt to The Jonroa!.) ,
! ' Oregon City, June l.--The 11.200 mark
was reached In the Fourtn or July fund,
i-ti A oteal ' Wonderlaad. : i - .
Sonth DakoU, with its rich' sliver!
mines, bonanca farms, wide ranges and
strange natural formations, is a vert
, tabl wonderland. At Mound City. - in
the home of Mr. E. D. Clapp, a wonder
ful case of healing has lately occurred.
Her son seemed near death with lung
and throat trouble. - "Exhausting cough--
ina- apells oocurred every flve minutes,"
wrltca Mrs. Clnpn. "when I began giv
ing Dr. King's New Discovery, the great:
medicine, that saved bis life and com-j
j'lft cured him." ; Guaranteed fori
m.tha and colds, throat and lung
trouble!, by Red Croan Pharmacy.' 0c
w ii.oo, .Trial botue free.
without a particle of clothing of any
mna on-ner person at tne time.
"I must go naked before my Lord,"
sne replied, wnen urged to dress her-
seir. ' v-; ,.'.'. "
Asked If she was not ashamed to go
about naked, she answered that She
would have been once, but now she knew
it was God's will, and felt no embar
It is said her case Is probably Incur
able, and that death will follow unless
some means are devised to get the
woman to eat. She remses to partake
oi nounsnment or any Kina
Sunday School Convention Date.
(Special Dlrpetefa to The loornal.)
Elft-in. Or.. June 1. At the close of I Rot Veal Vnd Dresslna
the meeting of the Union' County Sun- j Roast Pork and Dressing
Bliced cucumbers 10e
Fried shad ..15a
Tiea Kaior ciami.
Fried Shad Roe... a
Fried Tenderloin of Sole, . Tartar
Sauce. . . . , . . . .,... . .... ..... . .25
Scrambled' Shad Roe...........,.20e1 1
Boiled Mackerel, drawn butter..,. 25f I
Steamed little neck Clams .20c
Clam Bouillon with Toast.. mi
Boiled Beef Tongue and Spinach,. 206
tmcMn rut jrio ............... .xoar
Pork Tenderloin, Braised Cabbage 25s)
tArded Calves' Liver, Club .House
Onions ...... .................... 25s)
Veal Kidneys, on s Toast, Country
Gravy . .. . .. ... .20e
Fricassee or- Chicken Wings and
Noodles. ...... -' ...204
Pork Spare Ribs, sage Dressing. . . .20e)
Fried Strawberries ' Jh Batter, a la.
Olympla Oysters with Rice, . Indian
Style ........ 25
Codfish Balls, Cream' Sauce. , ..... 15a)
Cold Ham. Potato Salad... .20
Beef Stew with PoUtoes.... ...... 15a)
Boston Baked Pork and Beans.... IK
Half Spring Chicken on Toast..... 50a)1
DAt tTsi m av rpviTtlrsaw m A Ttvaaasaite aw OK '
AVVCM VUUB A 1W BH1U WD I ll , aBSB
Roast Spring Chicken and Dressing 25e)
day School association it was decided
to hold the next meeting of the asso
ciation at Union, November, 1J and 13.
Unknown Swindler at Heppner.
Heppner, Or' June 1. An unknown
man who passed a forged check for 168
at Marquardson's department store se
cured' I50.S& ln cash and the balance I
Tn s merchandise. , Officers are looking
lor nus.' .- ' . .
Roast Beef, Brown Gravy. ..... l5e)
Roast Lamb. Mint Sauce and Green
Btxawnerry snort caice ...... . .. .xo
Htrawnerries ana vream . .... i ... . xvf
Strawberry Ice Cream.. ........ .10
Coffee, bread end butter and potatoes
with all meals., .-.
:asjr atxsTAtmjjrrr v
Om Thirds sad j, Condi itreeta. -
Slaasg from IX a. sv te y. m. - -
(Special Vimtt to Tba Jooraal.l
, University of Oregon, Eugene, June L
Commencement week at the State unl-
versity will be largely a musloal festi
val, the class of. '07 numbering S, the
largest by three or rour ln the unlver
slty's history, will have the finest com
mencement ever giveu 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 has granted a round
trip fare of one and one third. The
Sunday, June it Baccalaureate ser
mon. Rev. Mac IL Wallace, pastor of the
Brewster Congregation church. Detroit,
Michigan, 11 a. m., Vlllard hall.
Monday, June J4 Faculty-8enlor
baseball game, p. tn., and graduating
exercises of the School of Muslo In Vll
lard hall it I p. m.
, Tuesday, June SS Alumni business
meeting -and class reunions ln McClure
hall, 10 a. m. President s reception, at
tne nome or President Campbell, l p.
m. Oratorical contest for Failing and
Beekman prises. In Vlllard hall, 8 p. m.
. Wednesday, June 1 Thirty-first an
nual commencement Address to the
graduating class of 1907. in Vlllard hall,
at :$Q a. m by Senator John M.
Gearln. University dinner to the
alumni In new library building, t p. m,
Ajurani ball in Armory, at t p. m.
XArt of Oraduates.
The bachelor of arts seniors are as
follows: J. L. Barbour, Portland; E. G.
Beebee, Eugene; O. N. Bittner, Port
land; C M. Blals, Eugene; P. G. Bond,
Mapieton; Sarah A. Burch, Rlckreall;
Louise A. Burdlck. Cottage Grove; Ma
bel-Cooper, Independence; -Margaret
Cundirr, Eugene; Edwin R. Fountain,
Klamath Falls; Lorens Maude Gallogly,
Oregon City; F. V. Galloway, it cMlnn-
Vllla: Mara-arat A: nittlnn.'I!iinii!
W. H. Glafke, Portland; Mary Lela
Goddant Portland: R. W. Hammack,
Harrington, Washington: M. a Hand-r
man, Portland; - D. ,E. Hardin, - Prlne
vlUe; L. A. Henderson. Hood River; G.
W. Hug, Elgin; A. W,'-Jackson, Ban
don; W. W. Johnson, Eugene H. A.
Wheeler, Eugene; Angellne Williams,
Oregon City; Clara P. WoM, Eugene;
J. P. Woodley, Eugene.
The bachelor of sclanoe graduates
are: William G. Chandler, Marshfleld;
O. P. Beck. The Dallea; T. P. Holt. Eu
gene; O. C. Jackson, Astoria; Laurlds
Laurldson, Astoria; Harry A. Hampton,
Portland; J. w. MCArthur, Eugene.
Vanda K. Coffey ofEugene will take
the master bf arts degree, v . r
FIEECE FOKESiT FIRE ;
YON OKAY'S HARBOR
(Speelal Duftteb te The Jnnra!.) '
Aberdeen, Waah., June 1. -Forest fires
have already begun ln ' thla vicinity, a
very ' extensive one raging to miles
north. Deputy Sheriff Anstle atfd Con-
stable George Dean attempted to go to
the camp of .Young & Hoover to get a
witness in an inquest case of a man
drowned and were obliged to turn back
at Humptultps on account of tha, fire.
Flying sparks aet their buggy cushion
on fire. A strong wind Is blowing.
Sea view and Centervillo
Fifty-foot lots fronting on the ocean
between Centerville and Stouts, lying ln
front of the lots from Troutman s . on
up to the realdence of James Manner,
Esq., we will sell for $50. For part leu-
lars rail upon Charles K. Henry & Bon.
it Third street, Portland, Oregon.
AU styles, light or heavy soles.
$3.00 grades for. . . . . . . .$2.00
$2.50 grades for. . . . . . . .$1.75
$2.00 grades for. .... . . .$1.50
PJenty of Sizes for all.
'THE MANAGEMENT OF
The Needlecrafi Shop
382 WASHINGTON STREET '
Wish to announce the opening of a branch . store - at ,
, SEASIDE, OREGON, with a complete stock of Needle
. work Supplies. ' Lessons In Embroidery will be given ;
' ' every day. ' , , ..
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26IaMffTlswB St., mtv FJftll '
MAYOR'S WALNUT OIL
ftsstores CoUr te Gray Hair or Bear
HI .EMM ha IMM hn
iiipul Mm vuMa M ln A kigt
, im mtnittlmu .npinilia. aak.r.1
we mm imdi. mmmittwrnlr fcxili
aiXMttrt fwf i. .,.i,
Snt hxin mtUu milk I raj
- M mm BABBSas frt aatH
rrUr Mall M.Jf.14, krtal
lfanil. itm. SUa. Anm,
a-Mana InaaSarfe Mayer Walnut Oil Ca.
' Clean, Healthful and Nourishing. ;
Made of the Best Materials ,
Baked Under Sanitary. Conditions.
Butter-Nut Bread , Is 'widely. Imitated teware of the
frauds. Look for the Blue-Star label on every loaf. .
(Joevaal Special Sarrta.).
Washington, June L With more than
60,000 armed insurgents ln . open
revolt against the rule of the em
press of the Chinese revolution Is tak-I
Ing- on sertoys proportions, according
to aavices reoeived nere this morning
from Hongkonsv It Is not believed that
there is any Immediate cause for fear j
for the Uvea of foreigners ln China. a
attacks tnus rar have an been . upon
Chinese officials, but every precaution
is Deing taken by tne war department
to protect American Interests ln the I
An outbreak Is reported to have oc
curred yesterday 40 miles from Nanne-1
gan. In which only officials were at
tacked, and similar reports are being
received from all parts of the Interior.
Every man able to carry arms la being
enlisted in tne cause of the rebellion,!
Astounding Bargains In Portland's Most Sensational
Clothing Sale In Years a i!
DELLAR'S GREAT REBUI
AT FIRST AND YAMHILL STREETS
LOOK FOR THB QRBGN SIONS
Wrecking Has Begun, But Thousands of 5uits
Must Be Sold Ere It Can
Reach the Main
sT 1ST m A- m
The contractors have already started operations toward the demolish
ment of the building in the basement. Every blow of the hammer is a
warning that our time is short in which to dispose of the remainder of
this gigantic stock. Price-cutting will be reckless from now on. THE
MOST DARING DISPERSAL OP UNPARALLELED AND ABSO
LUTELY MATCHLESS CLOTHING VALUES EVER ATTEMPTED
IN THE NORTHWEST te
Of Its Grand Career
We cannot take space today to tell you of ALL the unprecedented bar
gains but will only remind you of these few.
hnf Extra Specials for
the Coming Week
Men's $10 Suits
In small dies only $4, 35 and 36
bust measure.' Only few left
Big bargains for "smallish" men.
Best regular $10 values ever of
fered In Portland while they last
' go In. the Great Rebuilding Sale
- Stylish 1907
Splendid $15 values, tale price,
Unequsled $18 values, sale price
Matchless, new and up-to-the-minute styles. In latest cut and superbly
made Suits, products of such famous men's tailors as Charles Kauffman
& Brothers and Rosenwald ft Weil, the equals of the best custom tailors
in America. Carried by only leading houses and sold (P 1 A Q p
everywhere for $25. Jttst inbought for our new store, I 4. 0j
but will be included in our Greet. Rebuilding Ssle a -T
' WONDERFUL: HAT VALUES
A Grand SpeciaW-10,000 men's newest
styles in Fedoras and Telescopes; pearls,
blacks, grays and browns; $1.50 and $2
values-wbile they last, choose at
Matchless Shoe Bargains
t " Cut out this ad and bring It with you.
Fifty Cases Men's Shoes, $4.00 and $5.00 Values, for $2.95 '
Patent leathers,' vid and . calf, new last) made in master workman
ship by expert shoemakers, $4.00 and $5.00 values,' for.. ....... f 2.95
Men's $3 and $4 Shoes Yor $2J5
Similar' to lot told of above and equal bargains. '
: 35 cases of Men's Box Calf and Velour Shoes, in
Goodyear welt styles t the wonderful bsrgain
price of ..,.,...;... ..4........f2-35
. . Ladies', Shoes, $1.75 and $2 Values, for $1
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. .fl.OO
Women's patent vid and calf Shoes, worth $3
in the Great Rebuilding Sale... f 1.65
Women's $3J0 and $4 Shoes, new arrivals. f 2.20 H
6ee those golden savings In our windows at the MONSTER REBUILDING. SALE now at its height at the
JOHN DELLAR QL.OTHINQ HOUSE
At FIRST AND YAMHILL, where the building te about to the "made over." .
MAIL ORDERS FILLED carefully and promptly.