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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENING. JULY 9. 1307.
BISHOP- CO AW
Opcft Meeting of Extraordi
' : nary Interest Will Be .:
, .... Held Tonight. ;
OX MANUAL TRAINING
i Berkeley University Professor gays
That Learning and Doing Must Not
Separate and "Isolate
., (Joeraal Special Barries.) , -:
Los Angeles, July I.- No general ses
sion was beld by the National Educa
tional association today,, but a .program
of extraordinary interest baa been ar
ranged for the open meeting this even
ing, sad It is predicted that the great
Hum., spacious though it Is, will
unable to accommodate the thousands
,W . will seek admittance to hear the
addresses' of Bishop Conatjr, President
unompson 01 unio mate . university,
Senor Justo Sierra, - Mexican mlnlstor
of publlo instruction, aad eUr men ot
wide prominence who -ra on the pro
gram. . .........
' Numerous department meeting are
being held In various parts of the city
today at which papers are to bo read by
the following members:
Kindergarten Miss Grace E. Barnard.
Oakland, California; Margaret E. Scnal
lenberger, Sun Jose, California.
Higher Education Joseph H. ' Hill,
president of Kansas State Normal
School; Reuben Post Halleck, Louisville,
Kentucky: Aloals Frederick Lang. Uni
versity of California. . ' s.
Manual Training George W. Eggera,
Chicago; Fletcher B. Dresslar, Univer
sity of California; Charles H. Keyes,
Hertford, Connecticut; Thomas-A. Mott,
Richmond, Indiana. ' 1
Music Hamlin E. Cogswell, Indiana,
Pennsylvania; Stephen B. ' L. Penrose,
president - of Whitman college, . Walla
Walla, Washington; William McK.
Vanoet Delaware, Ohio; Mies Kathryn
ftone, Los Angeles: Frederic H. Ripley,
Boston, and lit. Frank J. - Rlx. New
"York City.. . .. ..
Business R M. Rows, Baltimore;
James J. . Bheppard, New Tork City;
Jam Vrn-r.n San Francisco: H. B.
Drown, president of Valparaieo univer
sity, Valparaiso, Indiana... and- F. C
Cnna-Btuar J. K. gtaoleTdHTBIOOrn-
Ington, Illinois; Miss Jessie B. Allen,
in errvm kxtzvtzq bt bb. wx&.
' uiar mi rou
Take Was tie Tirst Warning Symp
tom Are iroUoed afuca Vsealess
of ferlag May Bo Save. ,
Are you troubled with pallor, loss of
spirits, waves of heat oasslnc over the
fbody, shortness of breath after slight
exertion, a . peculiar skipping of the
heart beat, poor digestion, cold extremi
ties or a' feeling of weight and fullness
Do not make the mistake of thinking
that these are diseases In themselves
and be satisfied with temporary relief.
This. Is th way the nerves give warn
ing that they Vre breaking down. It
simply means' that the blood has become
Impure and cannot carry enough,, nour
ishment f tue nerves -to keep them
healthy and able to do their work.'
Rest, alone, will sometimes give the
neeaea rener. The tonlo treatment tiy
Dr. Williams' Pink PUI, Jiowever, pre
vents the final breakdown, of the nerves
end the more serious -diseases which
follow, because the pills act directly
upon the Impure blood, making it rich,
red and cure. - .
Mrs. E. C. Bradley of 11 Parsers
avenue, Rochester, New York, says:
- "I was never very healthy and some
?ears ago, when In a run-down oondl
lon, I suffered a nervous shock, caused
by a misfortune to a friend. It wss so
great that I was unfitted for work. -"I
was just weak, low-spirited and
nervous. I could hardly walk and could
not bear the lease noise. My appetite
was poor and I did not care for food. I
couldn't sleep well and once for two
weeks got scarcely an hour's sleep. 1
had severe headaches most of the time
mil mini in the hack and SDine.'
"I was treated by two doctors, being
urraer the care or one or mem ior six
months.. I rot no relief and then de
cided to try Dr. WlllWrns' pink Pills. I
soon began to feel better and the Im
provement was sreneraL My appetite be
came hearty and my sleep better. The
headaches all left and also the pains In
my back. A few more boxes entirely
c-red m and X was able to go back to
work. I felt splendid and as though I
iat never been sick."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are Invalu
able In such diseases as rheumatism, at-
ter-effects of the grip and fevers, neu
ralgia, 8C Vitus' dance and even partial
paralysis and locomotor ataxia. -
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by
all druggist or will be sent, postpaid,
on receipt of price, It cents per box, six
boxes for $1.6. by the Dr. Williams
Medicine company. Schenectady, N. T.
ljam Ana-eles. and u. u. van Liiew. presi
dent of State Normal school. ; Chlco,
California. ' . - .
Science H. A. Senter, Omaha, Ne
braska, and Clifton , H. Hodge, Clark
Physical Training E. H. Arnold. New
Haven, Connecticut; W. W. Hastings.
Springfield, Massachusetts; W. F. Snow,
Iceland Stanford Junior university:
Clark W. Helherington. University of
Missouri, and B X. Milne, Salt Lake
Library D. B. Johnson, - Rock HIM.
Bouth Carolina; Albert Salisbury, presi
dent of State Normal school, White
water, Wisconsin. -
lad Ian Education Elmer Brown,
commissioner of education of the United
On the subject, "Manual' Training In
Tie Relation to Mental Development,"
Fletcher B. Dreeslar. associate profeesor
department f education. University of
California, Berkeley, California, said:
"Manuaitralnlpg . in it .larger, and
truer sense means learning how to enter
into organising activity with the bands
and how to come into active partlclpn-
i , .11 .utimm . riinn.iiiAtirBi Anil
ii ui fill oocuoatlons necessary for mod
ern Ufa and society. This law of men
tal development demands that our
course in manual training d. ..proaa
ned. It requires that all our school
work be adjusted from the point , ot
view of the organisation of oody,ana
mind, to - th end that learning - and
Joiner are not Isolated, separate things.
-Ons of th most urgent need of our
schools Is better equipment for piay
rrounda, for free play is one of th
fiia-heet forms of manual training. Play
ing ball and tennis are better organis
ing agents for the larger and more fun
damental adjustments than any sort of
work in wood and Iron. Our notion rf
manual training should bs so broadened
that It should consist not only of shop
work, but of many kinds ef field work
and abundance of regular playground
experience.- e . ,
CARVING MATCH ON :
a waiter, and John Scott, a cook, on tn
steamer - Hassalo, got; Into an alterca
tion Sunday vmng ura miruir uie
row Anderson slashed Scott with - a
butcher-knife; --euttlng h.1 ; right hand
and inflicting a severe wound tn his
ito. anntt wss' taken t the hospltel.
where the Injuries were- found to be
vera aevere. thouch not dsngerous. Scott
.was arraigned In Justice court yeeterdsy
VaUernnon charged with an assault with
aislawerous weapon.- He waived exam
lnatil"f snd - was committed to th
county Jail In default of 1760 ball, to
await action or tn circuit court, com
CREW OF HAYM4KERS
(Special Dtopatch te The fevrnaLt
Butte., Mont., i July Lightning
Struck a haying crew near Cascade yes
terday afternoon, killing one mae and
injuring five. The dead man. Theodore
Anderson, was hurled l feet - In the
air. 11 ah ting on ten of a- load ef hay. ,
Declare Oregon Spirit " Animate
Portland las tear of Alleged Port-
' land Spirit Matea Friends for
M-Btt Charcfa and Chnirh In General.
You Can't Enjoy
t tm find that th stranaa eatlner and
drinking upsets your stomach and liver
end rauses y" to suffer f mm sn attack
of Orasap. Btarrkoea or Blllousae, be
on the safe side and take along a bottle
A dose at the first
symptom will save
you much unnec
Tor it never falls
to keep the Stom
srh. Liver . and
Kidneys in a heal
thy . condition. It
also cures .
r" . a
Views! of Greatest Breadth in
Hi3 Oration on July ,
NOW ON MISSI0N1IN .
COOS BAY COUNTRY
j guarantee 1 puf.
(Special Cbrrassesdeaes ts The TosraaX)
Bangdon. Or.. July 4. Ranchers, farm,
era aad logger for mllee around bar
assembled . with ' th townspeople today
In a groveon th seaside to -celebrate
th glorious Fourth. Th - procession
from town was headed by th Bandon
brass band. The oration wag delivered
by Bishop 8caddlng of th Episcopal
church in Oregon. Th Bishop wag in
troduced by Colonel Rosa, ..and spok
with fervor on 'th subject of good
cltlsenship. He neither twisted th
lion's tall nor mad the eagle scream,
but In a vary direct aad practical way
b abowed th moral fore, of true
patriotism In th nation th stat and
th bom.-. : . -v. ". - .
He. deprecated th tendency on th
Sart of some cltlsena to erlticls and
I spar age. any aggressive , and con
structive -movement for th betterment
of the nation, state, or local town. While
there Is much corruption and evil In the
country he branded the popular- theory
the "every man has his price" as false
as th accusation that 'every man la
Oregon Is web-footed." ",-
"There are," he-said, "hundreds ot
honest and upright men, and they
should hsv our loyal appreciation and
Cordial support. " Let- ua. look for th
best In men, and believe there is a good
side to every man." i v
t Portlaader Altralatia,
He corrected a local bnpresslon - that.
Portlanders hsv no Interest In Oregon
outsid th city. - He said th Portland
newspapers were not provincial, and
were doing their heat to create an Ore
gen spirit. ' and that while hi head-
? Itiartere are In Portland ho is as much
nterested In the remote and Isolated
missions In Oregon as la th missions
In ths city. - , - -
-"Oregon will go forward In Its devel
opment with, great rapidity when th
farmers, ranchers and villagers loosen
Up. and giv liberally -of their means.
and Interest, and sparingly of their.
criticism, to all public spirited move
ments which tend to build up a com
munity," said the i bishop. "Men get
good by giving It;-they gain by giving
eo. a-lve svmoathv ana cheerful lovaltv
to your town your ajat and th church
ro wnicn youtviuuK. bo lung rou
reside In a community, or are a tnemoer
of an-Institution do not vilify, condemn
or disparage It. Not that you will In
jure the Institution, but when you dis
parage th concern of which you are a
part, you disparage yourself. - in tne
words of 'Elbert; Hubbard. "Uet out or
get in line.'"
lo-ra Over Oregon's ratare. '
The bishop spoke In glowing terms of
Oregon, end Its future; snd particularly
of the prospects for the Coos Bay coun
try. He said ns nai come to live in
this state permanently, and he desired
to Identify himself with It and help for
ward every good movement.
lie SDoke earnestly, aa a citizen of th
United States, and not merely a-le
head of th Kplscopal church In Oregon,
snd this kindly sttltude. and manifest
desire to take a foremost part In every
movement ror tne gooo or uregnn, nss
won msnv friends In th Coos Countrv
for the Episcopal church, and thoae who
listen to the blshoo's sermons Sundays
and week dsys, also have a clearer un
derstanding of ni position. .
LID FITS NEVER SO
: SNUG AT CANBY
(apeetal DJep.tr t Tk Joe rial.)
Canbv. Or . Julv . Canbv haa cele
brated a dry Sunday, the first In many
rears. Marshal IMrK, tinner' Instruc
lons from Mayor Mack, ordered all sa
loon tightly closed, which ordr waS
obeyed. Th naual thirsty crowd from
Portland was on hand, but nothlns wss
doing. - - . i
, It Is said that ths saloon man will en
deavor to have all other business pis re,
such as drug stores. wndy snd cigar
stores snd soft dring establishment,
closed also. t ..... . .
iyo Bxircains in Suits That Should
Crowd Tins Department Tomorrow -
' Choice of Tailored Sulta, Cif O tttf
Worth g!5 to 018.50 ior aPIOU
Just' 40 new stylish suits are in this .lot some were bought
only. a Jew weeks ago others are remainders of our. regular
lines in a, limited range of sizes. The materials are chiffon,
; Panama and fancy worsteds' in plain tailored or handsomely
trimmed effects. , The styles include French Eton, bolero and
' ... 'short, tight-fitting models. , '
Choicd of Tailored Suits Cl "t Ct tt. f
Worth 920.00 to Q35.00 aJ) JL O.OU
Fashionable tailor-made Suits in this loti They come in finest
Panamas, serges, plain and fancy worsteds, in the newest mod-
cia oi; liiun anu iigui-iiiting tyies.
New White Waists $1.00
These are not the ordinary Waists shown at this price, but finely made, stylish,
good fitting; Waists, which have been made to our order by manufacturers whosa
reputation is -shown in each garment; there are 10 styles to select from, some
are trimmed with laces and embroideries, others are made with fine tucks snd
pleats; choice of Waists worth up to $1.75 t . , .f v ' ,
Hundreds of Wash' Skirts
1 la shrunk cotton, pique, repp and linens, in pleated,
gored -and flaTastylsa,' y rfeetly tailored n4 the-
best fitting wash Skirts ever offered X the f o f"A
- irrice range is fl f l.KO
01.25 Wrappers for 01.00
Our entire stock of 2S Wrappers; they are' mad
-of good grade percale, in dark ground, with. neat
stripes and figured designs; these wrappers are not
made scnt and thrown together for the purpose of
selling cheap, but they are our best, $1.25 wrappers,
measure 3H yards around bottom of skirt, deep
flounce, finished with wide hem and self f (f
, straps, at........ .....PlUU.
Lone Kimonos :f. r
'A new assortment of long Kimonos-of pretty fig
tired lawn in white, pink, blue snd lavender, QQ
with plain border, $1.25 value for,..,... mri,yuv
.DRSSINO:ACQUlIS-e-In dainty figured - lawn,
sleeves, neck and front finished witn button yto
boled edge; good 75o valueif on sale at.
7: I Children's Dresses
Blue' chambray, fancy plaids and white Dresses for
girls," sizes 4. to 14 years; prices rang ofrf f(
from 60) to PJeUU
i-.".. . Prices : ;
; . . . , .
Great -many new styles ara
shown this season, all pret
tily - trimmed " with -; fancy
Prices Bang'e ,
l from $1.50 to
Children Hats and Caps
Ltrre assortments of Duck Hats and Tams. at 251.
snd rv. a...'. KOs
Children's Straws at .25e, 50, T5d and 1
Mexican nats ior men, women and children.... is)
Sua Bonnets, in all colors, best aualityJ.t.,,...19e)
X Skirt Sneeiol
100 all-wool Fanama in black, blue, gray and brown,
in iito jdi in . oei t models; special
ire of the -best- models; special - . Q
Hosiery and ;
Every item is at a cut price away below
. what you customarily pay for qualities
- offered. The Mid-Summer Sale of 1907.
J'-A- splendid stock awaits you the . best
1 we have ever gathered for a season's
' sailing. j -. -. - : '
40o Sleeveless Vests 25o
'JZ Women's fine white Swiss ribbed sleeve
k less Vests, made with 'crochet vnke in
Cl - 'new attractive patterns regular-OP--40c
values, specially priced at.....WC
Children's Underwear Cksx
350 . Vests and Pants i t U
Tomorrow we place on sale a special lot of children's fine lisle
thread .Vests .and Pants, in all sizes, one of our.best Q
selling numbers at 35c, -at the low price of.... 17C
.7 5o Sleeveless Vests
V v aav y r - i v w avesvasrasvatw W jsw fc , .
Women's fine imported Swiss ribbed Vests and Pants, in shades'
ot.pink, blue and white, made of fine mercerized silk with
hand crochet silk yokes, in all the newest patterns; best CQ
75c grade, specially priced at. .JC
I- mndr Bg.eo ,M O-f a Ca "
' - . Saoarade ...$.X3 '
Tomorrow w place on sal another spe
'elai lot of women' high grade Parasols,
in plain whit and fancy colors, this sea
son s most stylish effects, assortment so
Ur.V1,J ," oe suited- reruUr It
end II 10 values, specially priced for
this sal at S1.49
- 'Attractive Values In
654 FOR COTTOM BLAKKETS full
10- 4 lss, colors gray and whit, good
wearing quality; special valuea at this
B5 FOR COTTON BLANKETS Full
11- 4 Is. gray only, extra weight and
PljndMd wearing quality; sold elsewhere
a.i.Rn'mn wnnr. nt.iwvvra h.n
sia, gey-mWed woot Blankels: made of
jiiiv mnvw WTOI, swtra gotia ouautv.
fully worth 14.67 - '
p&i FOR FEATHER PILLOWS ITU
by 2 Inches, full IH lbs, weight, cov
ered with strong blue and whit striped
ticking: usual 76c values.
r'8 FOR FEATHER PILLOWS 1 by"
7 inches, full S Iba weight, covered
With best quality fancy flowered tick
ing, color blue, pink aad green; usual
11 16 value. -
5 FOR BEDSPREADS Full else,
for double beds, neat attractive patterns,
hemmed ready to use; exceptional vsi
M at this price.
Extra Special Values - v
Fabrics for Summer
Cream White Mohairs, beautiful silk finish, pure As
trachan yarn,- will wash nicely, come in all the
popular weaves, five widths to select from:'. 1
36-in. Mohairs .....404 44-iru Mohairs .....TS
38-in. Mohairs .....50e 50-in. Mohairs '...fl.OO
54-in. Mohairs ...flSS . ' t
Cream Colored Dress Fabrics unapproached ValuesT
40-lnch Crepe Albatross.
38-lnch Henrietta. .'.
3a-lnch Nuns Veiling.
38-lnch Wool Taffeta.
38-inch Wool Batista.
38-inch French 8erge.
38-lnch Dotted Mohair.
36-inch Mohair McstroL
- Pongee Sillib
A great showing of Pongee Silka, popular, dnrab1er
cool and . washable; will outwear any' silk made.
Here are some of our own importations very much
nnderpriced : '- -..-
26-inch Plain Pongee at 68
26-inch Shan Tung Pongee at , 8S
24-inch Embroidered Pongee st $1.00
34-inch Hand-made Pongee at...., ...fl.25
5,000 yards Jap Habutai Silks, in an endless assort
ment of pretty printed designs, in all th best colors;
a cool, stylish and washable silk for sum- M O
mer wear, specially priced at, per yard....;... t0C
T Specials Tomorrow
Fall Assortment of Fresh. New
Garments to Choose From
DRAWERS Drawers of cambric or muslin, tucked
flounce, edged with lace or ruffle of em- in '
broidery. 73c VALUES. SALE PRICE w....40C
DRAWERS of cambric or nainsook, lace or em
broidery trimmed, regular or extra sizes; worth R5c.
On sale at . ,.fl8
Deep flounce, with
cluster of . tucks
and lace inserting
and edge; or tuck
ed flounee and ruf
fle of embroidery.
PETTICOATS.' with "deep flounce, lace inserting
and edge or embroidery trimmed. Choice at.. f 1.45
GOWNS oT muslin, yoke ot tucks and lace insert
ing,, neck and sleeves ' finished with ruffles; 75e
values at. KSf
GOWNS of cambric and nainsook, trimmed with
laces or embroideries; $1 values, special at 63f
- WHEN TrB PUY IS OVER
After the theatre nothing ia ao refreshing as a glass of oar delicious Ice
Cream soda, or a plate of our unexcelled ice cream.. Every product
served is our own make. Cakes fresh from the oven three times a day.
ROYAL BAKEfiY AND CONFECTIONERY. Washington and West Park
THE ' MANUFACTURERS OF GOLDEN GRAIN GRANULES
,'- :' ' -. - HAVE CAPTURED . , . "
'. . .
The capital of the. state of Oregon and county seat of Marion county,
15,500 population, 100-foot streets, 17 churches, four banks, Indian
training , school, deaf and . dumb school, stat penitentiary, insane
asylum and other state mstitutiona.. ASK ANY OP THE FOLLOW
ING FIRMS IN SALEM FOR A PACKAGE OF . , ? .
The cereal health coffee (100 per cent pure), which makes everybody .
strong who drinks it regularly; it taste swell. 25 per package.
'.';.r; A. DAUE. . u :
ROTH A EPPLET f
; A. L. HARVEY . .
' '- DAMON FOSTER J
"-.W.'A. IRVIN ft CO."
- F. O. BOWERSOX
- O. X. 8T0RE
7 RUTHERFORD ft DOE
FARRINQTON ft VAN PAT.
- . ; -TON . -V
M. BRAN SAN r -BELLE
ft STIFFLER ;
V; GIBLET ft CO.
- -L. IL SCHULTZ '
a MOIR GROCERY CO.
OREGON CITY AND RETURN
IIS FOUR HOURS :
This Is a most delightful river trip. The boat is large and comfort
able; no finer scenery in the west; it a a snort trip, lull ot rest and
comfort. Entertain your friends bs giving them the, Oregon-City
excursion. Boat leaves daily 7:30, 11:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. Leaves
Oregon City 9 JO a. m., 1:30 anfl 5:30 p. m. , Round trip, 4S.
Tickets exchanged with O. W. P. ft Ry. Co. cars.
Oregon Gty Transportation Co.
FOOT OF MAIN STREET.. PHONE MAIN 40
pon't Rula Your Stonach With Pohcs.
To know drur haven't helped you
and that they hav weakened your
stomsoh and nerves. Too would like
to quit but you ar afraid you would
be nesjleotlns; your condition If yea
didn't tak some kind oX "dope" .
Ever alnc you , - -
e&n remember vou
that th only way
to cur, pain or
disease . was to
fill your stomach
with drur. Tour
father be I or you
took drur for
vrr little ail
ment, and you
think you must
do t h s am e.
That' . a foolish
Tou don't seem
to realise the
danger In drug. -Why.
poison In - lara
It is this poison
that' so destruc
tive to th nerve
and vitals. Of
course poison, will
ease pain for a
short time by stv
pf y Ids th
nerves, bat th
Bln came back
as soon as th stupor wears off.
What your- body needs I not
drugs, but nourishment something
to build up, not to tear down. That
nourishment Is electricity. Fee.1 It
to your nerves and they wilt absorb
It. Just as a sponge absorbs water,
and carry It to every organ and tis
sue of your body, wher It give
energy and strength to all weak
Tour body I run by electricity.
Tt' th lack, of electricity that
eausee sickness and disease. When
you have a full supply of electrlo
energy you ere helihy end strong.
Klectrlclty Is the power Nature
usee to restore health, ao can't you
e that drug won t giv you this
Human lectrlHtT omea from the
food you eat. 'I ! ir.uv julr.a
Of the stom'lVi I irn t ' o f pa. nr. I
prodm-e this i - . i )m t.-f.-i
thriui-ii liii i , 1 i i t i
B1H o 1. .1 . I:
it th atomach. rendering ' It fin
able to generate thla force.
Help Nature cure by reatoting
electricity wher It la needed. My
Electro Vigor doe thla while you
sleep. Xt saturate the nerve with,
this glowing power and these con
duct the force to the part that 1
ailing ana aulcklv restore neaith.
EJeetro-Vlgor Is a relief from th
old system of drugging. It remove
the cause xt disease, and when that
la don no pain or sickness caa s
Electro - Vigor 1 not an ; electric
belt. It l a dry
cell body battery
and make tta
own . power con
tinuous! r. The
ie no charging to
do just put it on
and turn on t.h
K t o t r o Vigor
cured me of dlg
tive troubl and
had tried many
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