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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNALS FOSTLAND WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY ID. i::7.
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AND OTHER BIG PRIZES
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ITH sixteen miles ' of sandy beach, unsurpassed surf bathing, electric lights, mountain water, complete sewerage sys- i
tern, modern hotel facilities, and Kruse s .Oceanside. JtioteiT-the finest north of California, costing $50,000 and hav
ing a capacity for 600! guests-r-nearing completion, pearhart Park justly deserves the reputation of being "Oregon's ,
most beautiful beach resort." . , . , ' ....-.':;;"'.'" .;rv v .H'V'V'". l- ''
There is more life and more building activity at Gearhart Park than at any other Oregon or Washington resort, just asre
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told our friends there would be, and now we want an amusement feature, something entirely foreign, to these beaches, and
in order that we may secure' the best we have decided to offer three magnificent prizes for the best suggestion, the same to :
be accompanied by1 a short description, the restrictions being that' the amus"ement feature must not represent an expenditure ?
of over $15,000 and that each person is entitled to' only one suggestion. FIRST PRIZE, TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS; SEC
OND PRIZE, A FREE DEED TO LOT ONE (1), BLOCK THREE (3). SECONDVDDITION TO GEARHART PARK;
THIRD PRIZE, TWO WEEKS' STAY AT KRUSE'S OCEANSIDE HOTEL. All answers must be in by August 15, 1907. '
Write to or Apply at our office, 272 Stark Street. '
XOTS $100 to $500
ON EASY: TERMS ' '
. BOTTUBTASS U3A9OT0 nM ITATIO 90 SBAOM.
SALARIES AND PENSIONS
DISCUSSED BY TEACHERS
Educators at Los Angeles
: HaTe Interesting Topic -'
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' Lai Anrel, July 10. Business. tn4
. .plauur divided th time today of ths
hundreds at teacher In attendance on'
tha annual convention of the National
Educational aasoclatlon. r No reneral
; aesslons were bald during tha day, but
the numerous departments of the asno-
vlattaii bad tatcreatlns Ixotframa acbed'
' 14 for both tba forenoon and -afternoon.
Tnose who did not participate
In the aectional conferences prepared
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THE, PRIZE POINTS
about out suits are the.
cut of the, coat, so it will
hug the neck; so the
(ront will set round and
smooth . and-, hold : its
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The lapels, pockets
and cuffs. in. the latest
style.;; i'f r'-f't:- "
The vest made so
there's ; no working tip
or sagging down. ' . '
. . The trousers, h a n g
true. . ;
If these points appeal
to you, make it a point
to Iook tor them.
1C3 nl i:3 Third St.
to tpend tha day In tha enjoyment of
entertainment proWded by the Los An
teles teachers or In little excursions
to some of the many places of Interest
in tha city and vicinity.
Teachers' aalarles and pension Is' tha
general toplo to be- discussed at the
open meeting- of the association this
evening-. Foremost among those sched
uled to speak on the subject are Charles
n. Keyea 01 Hartiora. Connecticut; (su
perintendent .K. O. aoley- of Chicago.
President George W. Nash of tha South
Dakota State ' Normal and Industrial
school and Superintendent . Alexander
Hors of Fort worth. Texaa...
Professor rfJeorge C Bueh. "principal
or schools at Boutn rasadena, deliv
ered an address before the necondarv
department on The Valne and Limita
tions of Quantitative-Experlmenls." . He
"It la tha aim of nhvulcs and chem
Istry to Sharpen observation, teach ac
curacy, develop reasoning,- give useful
information, bring tha atudent face -to
face with the unity and harmony of
nature to develop power. As Instru
ments for accomplishing all this, quan
titative work, which has been blamed
by many high In tha educational world
for the lack of enthusiasm in these sub
jects, possesses exceptional merits.
though not without its limitations. : It
has elevated these subjects above Jhe
amusement features of the course.
Given a small class, a fairly well-
equipped laboratory and, above every
thing rlea, a teacher who knows all thn
Ins and outs of the . work by-having
gone over It and has a willingness to
work Incessantly and patiently, then
quantitative work will yield fins re
turns in the development of tha stu
Professor Henry Butsauo, speaking on
the subject of "Potent Factors in Teach
Ing Oral Reading and Oral Language"
before the elementary education depart'
ment. aald: ' - 1
- "It may be said that good Instruction
la tha command of language Involves
thorough association eetween experi
ences, or the- ideas which stand for
them, and their corresponding' symbols.
Kxnerienoes wiu influence people simr
larly. Out of the same experiences most
people will get soma meaning. Symbols
are quite variable. Almost every, na
tionality has Its own' symbols. A word
from a given language may give you
a meaning and it may not. An Eng
lishman and a Frenchman may havs the
aame experiences, but their words or
arm bole for them will duffer areetlv.
Language instruction is therefore large
ly a matter of memory, getting a more
or less amitrary symbol associated witn
1 experience. - - .. .
"In readln and llnmirl three nrob-
leme present themselves: (1) master
ing me mechanics, Z) obtaining or ex-
?reeslng thought. (I) sensing or giving
firm to aesthetic or literary feeling.
The story and the poem find their
?rieei vaiua in instruction in -wnat
hey contribute to the solution of the
third of these problems. Wherever we
inve wot literary renting or form, seen
In the slightest degree, the story and
!5 P?m r tn biIi materials. In
the highest degree they - represent the
combination of the , three elements in
the beauty of literature, the beauty of
"". form, and ( mean-
Before the art education department,
on the subject of "Tha Alms of Art
Education 1 In the Public Schools." K11
gens C.-Colby. mirrrleor of ; drawing
snd manual training of the state of
hJmJori- R?T"r. New Tork,. aald:
Art education has been called for
In this country by Industrial need. Its
necessity ass been nmj,i K k.
velopment of Industrial actlvltlee, ant
ae these havs been sdvanced every ef-
ff-ll.tfflSLrt" "rt lr"n,n
The aim should ha XmmA it,. ..n ,
U cbserva. tg- Uilnk god te study let
themselves; to train the eye to see form,
color and tons values correctly; to de
velop the imaginative and creative
faculties; to cultivate-a taste for and
an appreciation of good art, and to give
the hand skill that the children may
express their Ideas on paper and in
material. In a- word, that they may be
able to create, to draw, to construct
and to appreciate tha useful and . tha
TO FIGHT HARRDIAN
President Hesitates Aboyt Starting
. ' .' Prosecution Against th
(Journal Special Service.)
Vashtngton, July 10. After having
mads their reports to the president of
findings against Barrlman, F. B. Kel
logg and other members of the Inter
stats commerce 'commission are urging
that tha matter be taken Into tha courts
Immediately.- Roosevelt Is heeltatlng.
however, it being his belief that the
prosecution would falL
It is charged by the' Interstate com
merce commission that Harrlman con
trols an are equal to one third of the
United States, wherein he has com
pletely stifled competition. Among
other things it ts found that the Union
Pacific and Southern Pacific are com
peting railroads by msans of steamship
lines rrora Mew urieana 10 new X orx.
Haniman's railroad contracts are said
to be in violation with the anti-trust
law and the attorney-general recom
mends that proceedings be started. . '
Women Are Wild!
Bargains that set tha woman wild are
leaving the Reed-French piano store
daily...' See pags .6.
JAPAN WILL ATTEMPT
TO SETTLE TROUBLE
Mikado Sara Be Will Regulate Call
' . fornla If Washington
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(JearaU Rpedal terviee.)
London, July 10. From The Hague
comas the report that representatives of
the Japanese and American governments
there consider the state of affairs exist
ing between their countries as very
frave. The Japaneae have already in
armed the American government that
tinlees It can control the situation In
California, Japan wjll feel free te act
directly 'against that, state. It Is also
urged that Japan act without delay, be
fore the United States has opportunity
to prepare for war.
It Is reported here today from Tokla
tnac viscounv aosi, Japanese ambaasa
dor to the United States, is to be called
nome in jcxooer.
MRS. EMILY M'BROOJf'
- DIES AT PENDLETON
(Special Dispatch' te Tke JearaaL)
-' Pendleton,' Or, July U. Vra.T5mlTy
McBroom. oae Of the old and respected
pioneers of Umatilla county, widow of
the' late Jacob H.' MoBroonu. a- pioneer
of Pendleton, died here yesterday morn
ing after a brief lilness.o of - - heart
trouble. Her maiden name was Craw
ford. - She was bora and raised In
Shelby county, Missouri, where she-wee
married to Jacob H. McBroom at the
age -of IT. In 1 Ml. -They caossed the
plains to Umatilla county In a train of
44 wagons la 11(1 and located in Pen
dleton that year. Her husband died at I
Walla -Valla, Jaly II. It 01. Sines Big
death Mrs. McBroom baa resided on the
J-Broom farm near Pendleton, ' Mr,
and Mrs. McBroom reared a family of
11 children, six girls snd six -boys. , The
funeral will be held tomorrow. -
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On -trunks, We manufacture t revelers'
needs.' Peerless Trunk Co., 141 Third st
i Jo im ts Cbmnd PnlpIC - -'
ta Grande. Or.. July iJrf.i-Bev.-kJ-F.
Adair Qf Stuart. Iowa, has been called
to the La Grande Christian ehurch and
will arrive about September ! te fill the
pulpit made vacant by -tha resignation
of Rev. O. K. King. Mr. King has not
yet decided where he will IcmaTa ,
"Half past seven.""-Wait for 'ft
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Tor Infanta and Children. .
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