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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL; PORTLAND, SUNDAY MOHNINO. JUIJS 2,
T LlllllKS TO
COMMENCEMENT WEEK IN MEDFOED. SCHOOLS.
PUT On BALLOT
Various Clubs' Tell Voters
'Jv -V to Faror at Election.
A Joint eoraaslttee, compoeed of
rosea tatlvea from the chamber of oom-
saerce, the board of trade, the Federated
Trades and tha Taxpayere league, aoma
time age published a digest of the char-
. tar amendments to bo submitted to tha
people at tha election Monday. Tha
amendments ara dleoaesed and reasons
girtn why thay should ba adopted, or
tha contrary, aa tha case may ba. '
Tha eoramlttaa baa alio prepared a
tabulated card, firing tha ballot num-
bar. the ballot title and the vote wblah
!' tn the oplnton of the committee la the
, proper vote to be caat on tha aeparate
qaesttoaa ' Thla table la bare reproduced
for tha information of tha pubua:
No. ballot. . Popular Utla Tot.
ptpa-ttaer- . - Ne
1 UMlf :
' 1 10-111
Parka. - Tea.
PubUo dock. - 'Tea.
Medlsoa atreet bride.
- Ni flr boat. '
, , District assessment.'
.Pay city engineer. J.'
. Pay eltgr attorney
' Pay city treasurer. ''
. Pay municipal Judge."
, . Pay couDcilmea. ,
' Police eergeaata. ' '
I1S-12S free emploVtnent agency,
I f I4-1M
,' .Annexation to etty.
Engineer examiner. .
Retail liquor license. No..
Wholesale liquor license. No.
PROMINENT LINNTON r
i COUPLE. MAfiEIED HERE
Adara'l Treber and Visa Mary M.
l BteacU, well known young people of
! XJnnton, were married by Judge Fraser
i la hie chambers at the courthouse yee-
.' terday aff arnoon. Mr. Treber la one of
x LiintiTOR siaeaa men. tie is eoa
i - nected with the Associated Oil eotnpany
' there. His bride la a popular young
. ; woman. Botn nave lived at Linn ton
for. year Their marriage, la a oonh
'.. plete surprise to .their many, friends.
WUMnf to be married quietly, the
..... young couple came to Portland, and,
with tha aid Of Chief Deputy Sheriff
' Moitzen, secured a license and were
1 ' married Immediately by th Judge.
DYNAMITE TO CHECK
FIBE AT JEFFEBSON
"" rRneetal Wtt ts The JoareaD
l.l. . Salem. Or, June 1. The town of Jef
ferson waa threatened yesterday after
' noon with total destruction "By fir.
Sparke from tha tall amokeatack of tha
' Voget .Dumber company's mill ignited
; the roof of a bant belonging to W, P,
jSehuller, and ao rapidly did tha flames
J spread that It waa found necessary to
". dynamite another barn which stood near
in order to check their rush.- Th barna
of J. A. MUler and W. F. Schuller war
.' destroyed; Th fire brigade did baroi
" Brn girl gradnatM of Mdford psbllo achoola. Reading from left to rlfM tliey are: flora Gray,
Sadie Taa Dyk, Ethel Currf, Inei MeCray, Helen Watt. Minnie Corey, XU Ifaole. ' ' :S. ',': '''' '
(Bpecui DUptteh ta The JestaeL)
Medford, Or., June 1. Th Medford
achoola closed a very successful year
an May (0, tha week being given over to
appropriate commencement eaarelaee.
Th promotion exercisea or me eigmn
grade took place Tuesday evening, when
tl puplla received tha atata diploma.
Tha greater number of thla class will
entr the nigra aohool next Beptember.
Tha senior elaae day ezerclsee were
bald Wedneeday evening. Th program
MEMORIAL DAY BEGAN WITH
Writing to the Chattanooga Time,
Mra. Mary A. A. Fry. a prominent aouth-
era woman, glvee an account of the In
oaptlon ef the beautiful custom of
strewing the graves of old soldiers with
flower and tha subsequent setting aalda
ef stated day for observing th eue-
tom. ' " " -'
Credit fer the Idea ef Instituting Dec
oration dav la riven by Mra Fry to
Mr. Charles J. Williams, a daughter ot
Major John Howard of MllledgovlUa,
RmwIi . ttav aiahnl. wu a laervev
and states maa and aa colonel of a Geor
gia regiment contracted a disease wbloa
resulted In death, being burled In Co
lumbia, i '
Ula widow and little daughter visited
the grave dally and comforted them-
selvee by covering it with flower,
Gradually they came to decorate un
marked gravea near by. Tha death of
tha little girl later left tha work of
decorating the gravea to tha bereaved
mother aad from thla dally practice the
custom waa evolved.
, In Mra -Fry's owa words, the lnaugu-1
ration ot tha custom by Mr. William
1 gives-" '"
"The aorely bereaved mother than
took Charge ot these anknown gravea
for the child' aake, and as aba cared
for than thought of the thousands of
patriot grave tarougbont the - aouth,
THE BIG STORE WITH
waa a departure from tha usual form.
Tha first division contained orations by
the . honor students, Ethel Curry and
Heleu "Watt, 'together with several mu
aleal number by tha vertoua musical
organisations of tha school. In the aeo
ond part of tha program aa original
play waa presented, act T illustrating
tha history of tha claas aad act I, 10
year later. With tta elever costuming
and dialogue It waa heartily enjoyed.
Incidentally tha elaae aona. to the tune
OF CHILD'S GRAVE
'far away from homo and kindred, and la
thl way th plan wa auggested to bar
of setting apart one day ta each year,
that love might pay tribute to valor
throughout the aoutbera atetea, ',
"In March, ltif, aa aeoretary of tha
Ladle Memorial" association ef Co
lumbus, Qeorgie. ah addressed a com
munication to th' Coiambu Tlmsa, sug
gesting our Memorial Day,' aa extract
from which followa:
" Wa beg th asslstano ef th preea
and ladles throughout the south to aid
ua la the effort to est apart a certain
day to b observed from the Potomae
to th Rio Grand aad to be handed
down a a religious custan of the
south, to wreathe the grfvee pf our
martyred dead with floisbra, and wa
propose th twenty-sixth day of April
a th day. -
"Bvsrv southern atata obeerved thla
day In 11(1 and tha legislature ef Geor
gia net aalda the twenty-sixth day of
April aa a legal holiday, which baa been
sacredly observed ever alno.
Mr. Fry says General John A. Do ran
ether prominent ' northern people
were la Richmond, Virginia,, whan tha
day waa observed and, being impressed
with th beauty and appropriateness of
th servloe. succeeded in having tha
custom adoptad In May, lit I, two years
later than th southern women.
THE LITTLE PRICES
, Good" with the finest
: Men's Business or Out- .
ing Suit of the season .
SEE LOUR WINDOW DISPLAY
25 Patterns to choose from. Most ;
' stores ask $15 for them ' ?'
OUR iPRICE $ 10.00
1 l:, EVERY SUIT QUARANTEBD v
GENUINE PA N AM A HATS
Regular $7, $3 and $10 Valuw ; ; '
THE SALS BURY HAT
A 3 Hat in 50 Shapes and Any Color
wa Introduced aad
' Bverett Kemp la a dremeU praaanta
Uoa of "If I Ware King- appeared In
stead of the usual commencement ad
dress. The seven girl wha nave eempleted
thatr work la the Medford achoola are
planning to take advanced work In eomq
higher institution. Mr. A. C Barbour
of Portland assisted in the musical pro
gram af Wednesday vening.
WASHINGTON CLUB "
y 'V , . sesssseanBBsW i. -'. '
' (BeedU Dkaetsk ts Tea earaLl "
. Spokane, Wash, June 1 Mr. H. W.
Allea of Spokane Waa elected president
of the Washington Stat Federation ef
Women's dub. Other offloer were:
Mra. K. C Blair, corresponding aecre
tary; Mra. John Turnbull of Port An
geles, treasurer; truataea. Mra. K. W.
Broda of Walla Walla, Mr. J. S.
Thema of Taooma and Mra J. M. Hltt
of Olympia; representatives at tha na
tional biennial at Boston next fall, Mra
It. M. Churoh of Seattia, Mra Oeorge
Bogre of Tacoma, Mia Bus M. Lombard
of North Taklma, Mra, H. & Blwood
of Kllenaburg and Mra. Jamea Barnea
of North Taklma The treasurer re
ported fll4.lt In th treasury.
"Of II reaolutlon offered all were
passed but on that censured th Seat
tle chief of police for remarks about wo
men's eluba A resolution calling for
tha paying for th meal eaten by each
delegate brought out much discussion,
and It was finally decided that lodging
and breakfast wa all the delegatea
were entitled to. '.v-
N k Low Bates East L-
Canadian Pacific excuralona ta BL
Paul and return 10.
- St. Douls and return, ItT.IO, and to.
ether eastern points at eorrespondlngly
low -rate.' .
Ticket good for stopovers. ' . -
For full particular call en or address
F. R. Johnson, O.A. P. D 141 Third
atreet, Portland, Oregon. ;' .
AND SECOND 'BT
of "Old Heidleberg.'
made a decided bit.
REFDIGEC ATOHS - FOnCD AND IAWW FUDFJITURCt
v ;. , -;- :: ;. -m
With the. warm days comes the demand for these articles. We are prepared for thisf
demand and ?xt showing complete lines witlr prices and terms that cannot but
appeal tothe "thrifty shopper. '.;,';- -i VcV. Tli-" v':;n ,;-; : ;
V"'"-:" r-iCl 'A '" '.
: - ' H i . t
Thii refrigerator It constructed with seven walls to
preserve the ice; white enamel lined,' with remov
able flues and drain, pipes, easily cleaned; golden
$2.00 Down, $ixo Per
. The only perfect collapsible cart made. Frame is made in oaky
with nickel. triniming, and in all metal; upholstered in Chase. '
'leather. '. ...Jj tl:r7:. , ,
. AT K0ETH POWDER
North Powder, Or., June 1. Profes
sor S. O. Bailer. Miss E. Bailer. Miss
Julia Bradan and alias t.rtha Braden
have been elaeted to euoceed themaalvea
la the North Powder publle schools next
rear. -. -
' At the fraduatldrt exercises last eve
ning the crowded bouse waa delighted
to learn that the entire eighth grade
elasa ef IS had passed, with ( tha
lowest and 100 the highest general
average. This was tha onlr claaa that
made 100 In the county and Is at'
tribut.d to ' tha continuous dally at
tendance of lta member. Following aa
addraaa Countr Superintendent Brag
presented the diplomas. Tha-room was
beautlfullr decorated with carnations
snd rosea from Portland and Baker
8tty.- County Superintendent Smith of
Baker waa an interested visitor, aa one
of the two dlatrlota represented in the
North Powder eehoola la ef hie county.
; SHOOTERS' TBOPHIES
How 'Animal Skins From Tropics
An Treated. t '
The many bis; game shooters among
Wealthy Britons who go to far distant
and wild countries whsra the Hon, the
tiger and so on ara to ba found ara al-
wsya particularly anxious to preserve
and to have aet up for home display tha
aklna ef the anlmala that have fallen
a pray to uieir proweaa
Unfortunately, the aklns thus obtained
have often to be treated In a very primi
tive efyle In tha first Instance, from tha
taxidermist and fur dressers' point of
ylsw, says London Tlt-Blta, and through
the Influence of tropical cllraatea and
Imperfect preparation they arrlre In
England as atlff as board a So stiff
and brittle ara they. Indeed, that unlesa
they ware gently handled they would
break up Into fragmeats. -
Some ef the rarest and most beautiful
aklne in the world are treated at a
unique establishment In'tha east end of
London, prior to being handed over- to
the regular fur dreaaer. At the place
In question tha pelts or Skins are gently
deposited. r Then they ere put Into a
Lhugo shallow tank and eovared over
w i ill m iiquiu wuwnmi vrorutin cnemi
eel Ingredients.' r After Jwlg in steep
for eome tlmWTSirttal 'of man, Ixye
footed and bare lecaed to tha knee.
tread about, backward and forward, day
after day, for a certain period upon each
particular skin, and it Is thla application
ef tba human foot that brlofa the sains
Price 10.50 to $20
'i;l".:f v 's;V U :
$1.00 per week.
Ghartier f for
Night and day classes now forming In this the easiest, "X
simplest and most comprehensive system of Shorthand in - i
the world. - . ;. , - . " X
Behnke-Wallcerr" the leading: Business Collere of the; X J
Northwest, haa adnnterf and wilt'traffi tfi Oiartle
f ..... - . . w.m. .wuajair
School open the year round. We will place you in a poai-
tion when competent s ? ' - r;
' Ring up Main 590 or A1896, or call at the Elks' Building, J J
Seventh and' Stark Streets.- ' --1 . " .. ; ,
WRITE FOR DETAILS OF
I -You Arc Invited to Attend tho
Grand Auction Solo
; At 111 Fifth Street, Between Alder and Washington.
2 AND 7 P,
Great bargains to be had in Japanese and Chinese Curios, Cloi
sonne, .Satsume, new Brass and Bronze Ware, Embroidered
Screens,' Kimonos, fine Decorated Tea Sets, Carved " Furniture,
Camphorwood Chests, etc. , " - - .'
. We are endeavoring to close out our Immenje line "of theee
beautiful wares and to retire from the retail business.
back to a perfect state of pllabnity.
Nearly all the men employed in this
treading process, for hours at etretch,
re aliene and unskilled workers,, ao
far aa ether trades ere concerned; but
those imnM them who can brlna about
with their feet aaaqual derree of plia
bility in all parts of a akin ean earn
U at DavIo,
It wa tMlUt, ataada fee
It -v ' .' '
For strength, durability and beauty cannot be '
equaled. The space between the ' outer and inner "
cases is filled- with the best non-conducting material t
-wool . , , .
Down, 90 Cents Pr,Wtg,
Porch Chairs & Rockersf
' This chair is made in hard mapTeJ
finished natural or painted green,;
rattan-seat"-V' vqv;- ''i . j
F A M 7 eTaa f T t-
faVeW aWWOf .e?V WVUU CT VT VCeaW
FREE SCHOLARSHIP OFFBRX
M. DAILY. v f1
. Pauline Bebekahs4 Oflloera.
apwia fMapatrk e Tbe Jnemal.)
Pendleton, Or June l Paulina Re.
bakah lodge No. It at Its regular elee
tlon ehoaa the following efflcere for the
ensuing terra; Noble grand, Mra Lean
Burton) vice noble grand, Sarah New
berry S aeoretary, " Miss Nina Ceea;
treasurer, lira, M. Cooler, s
m ii i ( ,
- The taenia ef teees ia kare, eiae the