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V THE. OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL . PORTLAND, SUNDAY. . MORNING, AUGUST 11', 1C07.
WAS IMPRESSIVE EVENT
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Hnge Block of East Side Masonic Building. Scaled, Then
.' " Swung Into Place Before t Largo t G athering. :
'y' T v ; Speeches and Music Complete gniS'nv.
' Xa the preaenoo of mors thaa 0 Ma-
ton and ether spectators, ths oorner
, stone for ths mw Masonlo building at
East Burnsld and East Eight atreeta
was laid yesterday J aftsrnoon, - Tht
' weather was favorable, despite ths (act
that rala tell Immediately preceding the
ceremony and soon afterward, , .
Tha Masons fathered at the BurUiard
building. . East Burnslde street and
Orand avenue, the present meeting quar
ter of the W aldington lodge and Wash
ington chapter, the organisation erect-
in the new edifice. Headed by Brown's
band, they marched In double file to
East Eighth street and aaaembled
around the corner atone, hanging on the
derrick over Its resting place. The
ceremonies were then taken In charge
by, a rand Master i-ot , U Pierce of
? '. ttoas Was ieaisd, "
The well-known and beau tl fur cere
mony of the Masons waa carried out
Tha huge stone waa sealed, pronounced
true and swung Into place. There were
the usual number of interesting objects
nerstone to the lives of many others by
peing irue ana square in svery-flay lire.
H. IL Paf ker, grand master of Royal
Area Masons, was railed upon ana an
nounced that the Washington council
organised In 1883 would be 16 years old
next year, it was the plan to Hold
bis; celebration in honor of the event
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and that this structure which they were
then erecting would be used on tnat oc
casion. He. spoke of the. need of a suit
able meeting place for the eaat side
. oioea Times or Xroog.
" T. H.' Ackentiari.' rast master of the
Wash In cton lodre. was the last SDeaker.
Ho represented Washington lodge and
Many Improvements Made in
Curriculum at St. Mary's
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flt Marys academy will resume Its
school work , on Monday, September t,
better equipped than over to teach ttg
students. Daring July the slater teach
ara took anaclal oouraes In Physics and
ohemlatry under Dr. Frledel of tha sUte
university and special musio xor inree
weeks at Seattle. ' ;
IIiit Imnrovementa hats been mads
tn tha curriculum, oartloularly In the
science department, lit. roeaei aeciarea
the physical and chemical laboratories
to ha tha best of any secondary school
ha has aaan In tha state. . A number Of
Improvements nave also oeen maae ana
are under way about the buildings.
Tha officers orofoaaors and lectur
ers in the academy are the same as last
year, being ss roiiows:
President ex-offlclo. Most Reverend
Alexander Christie, D. D., archbishop of
Oregon; professor of Christian doctrine
snd cnurcn nistory. nev. ueorgo
Thompson, St. Mary's cathedral; -professor
of Dhllosoohv. Rev. Edwin V.
O'Hars, 8t Mary's cathedral: chaplain.
Rev. Eusene Holla: lecturer on hygienic
philosophy, Dr. Andrew C Smith; lec
turer on civics ana constitution. Hon.
John P. Kavanauffh: lecturer on me
diaeval history, John . trwara, B. A.;
lecturer on economics, P. SI - Sulllvo,
STRENUOUS WEEK IS
Vetoes, Important t ' Ordi
nances and Other Matters 1
Promise Busy Days.
Woodmen of World Desire
Pacific Jurisdiction Of f ices
BemoYed From Denyer.
AN ACTIVE CAMPAIGN
WILL BE CABKIED OUT
TremendoiM. Number of Initiations
Bcneme wmcn win u BDrnnc at
Next Trl-Ennlal Session Co Be
'. HeW' la '.This City. V i
Great effort Is to be put forth 'by
Portland Woodmen to ' secure the re
moval of the bead camp offices of the
Paclfle Jurisdiction of the Woodmen of
the ; World ; from Denver to Portland.
It has boon decided the most effective
work toward securing this removal will
bo In the number of Initiations' and a
ttremenduous campaign has been planned
for that purpose; v v .
V Org snlseTS Ooming Xsro.
Seventeen organjsers . will corns to
Portland Immediately, . accompanied by
Lot L. Pierce,' Grand Master.
' sealed up In the stone, among which
. the most interesting pernapa was
( gavel, made Trora the wood or one 01
the Bpanlsti ships sunk in nanus I
Admiral George Dewey on May
There, were - also present-day
coins, copies of the dally papers of
; August 10. and lists of com:
directors connected with the erection
f the building. ,- - '
Speeches - were made oy airrerent
membera of the grand lodge and repre-
within the Masonic order.' Harvey W.
waa the principal
He spoke of the work under-
Boott grand orator.
taken by the order, and said that It
sought to exert an uplifting Influence
on humanity; ' supplied moral strength,
aroused the best and hlgheet qualltlea In
man; waa not narrow in Its creed, and
was tolerant or ouiera. , 4
V : Pioneers Pas stag Away.
George H. Burnett, grand commander
of the Knlghta Templars, was the next
speaker, and grew eloquent In bis ref
erence to the. future growth . of the
Oregon, country. He said the pioneers
were paaalng away, the tented caravans
of whits wagons were gradually disap
pearing Over the horizon, -and Oregon
This week will be a strenuous one for
the city oouncll and the executive board
In view of the accumulated work of the
past three weeks .of enforced Idleness.
The three weeks were lost when the two
bodies decided to meet after August I
during the second and fourth-weeks of
each month. Instead of the first and!
Since the Isst council meetlna Mayor
Lane has vetoed two lmDortaut ordi
nances which will be reconsidered by the
council. These are the ordinances grant
ing a franchise to the Oregon Traction
comoanv to ODerate a. street railway in
Portland and regulating the conduct of
markets and stores where rood is sold
and prohibiting consumptives from uam t. n. cu. nrini Wnnil
jrfen. of the World- i-: '" 'S
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Alfred Benjamin & Co. ,
Summer and Outing Suits
$18.00 Suits --$12.60
$20.00 Suits - $14.00
$25.00 Suits - $17.50
$30.00 Suits r $21.00
$35.00 Suits - $24.50 Wl
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All Straw Hats
working around such food. Then the
council Will in all probability be asked
to take soma action with relation to the
franchise granting the Portland General
Electrlo company the right to Install a
steam heatlns system and sell heat to
buainess houses in ths business district.
The permit of this company extired
April and the executive board recom
mended to the council that the permit be
declared forfeited. Some membera of
tha oouncll declare It Is not In the Juris
diction of that body to declare the per
mit forfeited and an Interesting contro-
3. H. Ackerman, Past Master.
Washington chapter, and
olden times of Ahe lodge 1
waa in It a chlfdhood and met In the
Koss building; later or when it was in
iaw-we-ypy -t a f9' ' ii'""'f
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versy may be expected.
The health ordinance is the one In
which Mayor Iane discovered a "Joker,"
which would give a slaughterhouse the
right to operate anywhere in the city,
lth powers entirely In the bands of the
board of health as to Its regulation.
Mayor Lane ' thought that the council
ought not to delegate so much power to
sny minor body and promptly vetoed
The executive board, aside from its
routine work of awarding and accepting
contracts, will be compelled to lusals
told of the I with the trial of the ex-detectlvea. Snow,
of when it I Day, Carpenter and Rasing, which will
firobably be called this week. The hear
ng has been held In abeyance during the
absence in the east of Attorney Ralph
E. Moody, counsel- of defendants Moody
returned short time sgo and since the
time for the hearing waa aet , for . the
first week in August, It will probably
now do neia xnis wees.
, Also there must be sn Inquiry into
ths 'charges against Acting Deteotlves
Kay ana luemin prererrea oy (japtain
Bruin. These two officials are charged
with Incompetency and Insubordination.
Minor chargea against patrolmen will
probably aiao oe heard during the week.
- In the street cleaning committee of
ths . executive board the charges pre
ferred against Foreman Jenkins of sell
ing city dirt for private fills and keeping
and training horses at the city's expense
will be heard.
Last week the various committees
cleaned up a great deal of the routine
Bargain Sales In Japan
' Even in placid Japan they have bar
gain ' sales, out tney conduct them on
r Masonic Cornerstone Readr for the. Ceremonies
was on ths threshold of a new era.
I Us said the development of civilisa
tion on ths Paclflo coast would be as
much greater as that On the Atlantic as
the Paclfle ocean -was greater -than
the Atlantic ocean. He called atten
tion to the corresponding growth In the
Masonto order. Where they once met In
log cabin S they were now meeting in
pressed briok and concrete structures,
lie exhorted the Masons to be an ex
. ample of right living and to bo tha eor-
1U . youth and met In the Burkhard
building, ana now when it was meralna
Into young manhood and would move
into a larger ana nicer Duuaing.
Tho new structure will cost when
completed about. $25,000, .It will be a
two-story building with lodge room and
banquet hall on .the upper floor and with
storeroom for rent on the first floor.
It will be completed by January 1, 1908,
and will be occupied by all the East
A'oruana loages. ,
the English Ladles' Pictorial. An amus
ing American woman has embodied her
experiences of travelling alone In Ja
pan In a most entertaining volume
lust published, whence may be rath
ered a description of a sale at the
greatest trading house In Japan.
The goods are not flung about. They
are snown 10 aavantage in locxea cases.
and the heads of departments keep the
keys. Remnants, however are laid on
mats, and though there Is 'keen anxi
ety, to secure
and quiet prevail.
Babies toddle about quite comfort
ably; others sleep on their -mothers'
backs. However orderly and quiet
mougn me Japanese oargain sale may
oe, it is not 1 roe irom mo anopillter,
and it is interesting to hear that the
detective is as necessary In the Flow
ery Land as In England. The kimono
sleeve is a useful receptacle for uncon
bargains, perfect order
DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
SIDESTEPS SHERIFF'S AUTO BILL
Announcement Is made that William
J. Bryon will make hla first Important
speech of the 1908 campaign in La
fayette, Indiana, at the annual banquet
of the Jackson Club of that city. The
banquet is usually given on January
I. the anniversary of the battle of New
Orleans, but the date will probably be
moved forward to suit the convenience
of Mr. . Bryan. .
Chief Organiser Peter L Ollroy. They
are consldsred the best Held men In the
services of the order. They will assist
the Portland camps and will be under
the charge of Stats Organiser H. L.
Day. The Portland choppers believe
they will win on this Item as also on
the score of location. It . Is expected
other cities will also make an effort to
get the offices
Ths head camp convention adjourned
In Seattle last week. It was then de
termined that the next triennial session
should be held in this city. It Is at
that time that tha Portland camps will
make the effort to have the pacific jur
isdiction offices moved to this city and
when the different sections will flaunt
their initiation numbers In ths faces
of ths assembled delegates. It Is ex
pected that other cities will point with
pride to the growth made In their dis
trict during tne term ana wui attempt
to secure the offices on tnat scors.
Sard Campaign Work.
Two thirds of ths members of this
Jurisdiction live In the coast states
and for that reason It is expected Port
land will get the offices, especially If
a good showing in initiations Is made.
Mr. Gilroy will speak to members, of
the lodges ana tneir zrienas on tne xoi
lowlnr dates: , - . ,
Monday. August, 1J, Prosperity camp
No. 9; August 13, George Washington
camp, no. 28i; August .1, roruana
camp,- No," 107; August IS, Prospect
camp, : No. 140; August 18, Woodlawn
camp,.; No. 776; August '$0, - St Johns
famn TJn 771 . V '. '
- Initiations sText Xontn.
Following is the schedule for the
carnival or Initiations to take place
next month: Monday, September I,
Prosperity and Montavllla camps, under
Organisers Kennedy and Budrow; Sep
tember I, George Washington, Wood-,
lawn. Rose City and St. Johns camps.
under Organizers Burrows, Williams
and Kelsey; Wednesday, August 28,
Portland and Mount Tabor camps, un
der ths charge of Organisers Craw and
Hagerman; Thursday, August 80, Al
blna. Prospect, Sunnyslde, Lents and
Arleta camps. In charge of Organizers
Moon, Flood, Hagerman and Petit; Fri
day, September 6, Webfoot and Mult
nomah camps In charge of Organizers
Dibble and Van Hooser: Thursday, Aug
ust 80. Oregon City and Vancouver
camps, under Organisers Necklem and
311 Morrison Street
Clearance of I
Men's and Boys' Clothing
Black snake Charmed Woman.
From the Indiana Messenger.
Among the snake stories received Is
one from Kit tanning of a Mlas Camp
bell, who. while churning wss charmed
by a blacksnake.
The lady uttered a scream that at
tracted the attention of her nephew.
who immediately ran to see what was
the matter and found his aunt gazing
transnxea at an enormous oiacxsnake.
The reptile's head, reared two feet from
the ground was siowiy moving from
side to side, while Its tongue darted
In and out. The boy ran for a gun and
shot the snake's head off.
Miss Campbell then collapsed and It
ts some time Derore she recovered
from her fright 6he said she was' un
able to move when she saw the snake's
glittering eyes fastened upon her. The
repine was seven reel long.
Metsgefs sys glasses, $1. 141 Wash,
' . County Auditor Brandos has received
from the district attorney an answer
- to his query as to whether the bills pre
sented by Sheriff Stevens for the rent
or. his own auto are legal claims, but
the auditor is still In the dark as to
whether the bills art legal. District At
, torney Manning . referred Auditor
Brandes. letter to his deputy, H. B.
' " Adams, for an opinion. '
Deputy-Adams, tn answering Auditor
Brandes Sidestepped the lesue by say
ing that the question cf the legality of
the bills for the rent of Stevens' auto
Is one that the county court should de
cide. Auditor Brandes had left the of
fice before Deputy Adams' letter was
sent to him yesterday afternoon, and no
action on the bills was taken. The let
ter of Inquiry sent by the auditor to
the district attorney follows:
"Sheriff Stevens has sent bis bills to
the county auditor's office for auto hire
, rrrrtlng HQ tot enforcing the 8un
, ,v Hosing law, to-wlt: July 7, 14, 21
. .I ; at Mnnton, HolbrooavTroutdale,
,r'xhAi and t. Johns. I would like to
Know if yuu authorized any such pro-rw-i'iiin
on the part of hesherlff and
kin.jiV filve in vour opinion whether
inii is a legal claim agajnst Multnomah
ii-uty A to whom District At
torney Manning referred the matter for
an opinion, wrote tho auditor as fol
lows: ' r-v)t;.ur:t.v u ..v'.-:. :. ;
No special authorization was given
8herlff Stevens nor was any needed.
Mr. Stevens rendered valuable
ance in closing the saloons on
but the hiring of automobiles
ITALIAN MURDER CONFESSOR
FREED ON TELEGRAPHIC ADVICE
Nlcomedla Chiaro, the Italian who was
s"daHal're,ted JuIy lt l tha rqUMt '.tho
was immigration omciais, cnargea wiin nav-
mtlZ fvV0,it.ntaJ7 ? ? hl! Prt- Jlng murdered the 11-year-old wife of
f uctuor , ik in ! sn um ciaim atmnsTr i -
iiSri' husband, was released
' "S" S? S?J'.55W. fronl the county Jail
i"J ."w," ."Ul? o? "CI OI ln Bun- . District of Columbia,
ordinary exoensea of
other county officials.
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RhaHff Binrana r4a lluuit 1 ' t, I COlVOQ 7 UUmillillUU UUrCilU ITOU1
hi J., :.: " rru 7Z S'l """iy I department headquarters at washing-
grapnie instructions re-
Release Nlcomedla Chlaro from cus-
ioqy emitn. ' - - .
cmaro s arrest - was caused by a
Brother or tne aeaa girl, an Italian
named uuiseppe juiuggesi, who arrived
irora ctan t
uiv li. ana ov
to the lodging house at S3 Front street.
amounting to mors than 880.
translated his words as a conf esafon of
fesslon much interest has been taken In
ijmaro m roi "
INo inunuuoa u w wnnnrr uiuiro
message ordering his .release. Chlaro
A Railroad's Belief Pond. " ' ".
Jrrm the Hartford Courant -
- Tbs Pennsylvania road's . relief fund
was organised In February. 1
P.e.W B4 M1X251 on ao- extradition papers for
uiuieBvent. The payments soon, and that
were 8108.884. Tht.V"'? JLJSTl.
tS gJUSi bomp,l.he. Vlot
was guilty or not Is contained in the
was expected that
was held under orders from the bureau
ic was exoected that
for him would arrive
for the month rt&AUZJP??&'f-?2 K-T."?-"
r work goes I as follows: ' ' , -
lot "Washington,- u. August io, -07
lZaunlgratloa Barrios, PerUaod, Oregon
Portland from San Francisco on tha
evening or juiy n, ana oy cnance went
to tne loaging nouse at zi 'ront street
where Chlaro was staving. Whan Skine-
fresi learned that Chlaro was among the
odgers at the house he went to the po
lice and exniDited a letter from his wife
telling him that his sister had been
shot at Mammola In Cassenza, Italy, on
- Chlaro was arrested and has slnce
been held ln the county Jail, When the
telegram was received from Washington
yesterday afternoon the Immigration In
spector at ths custom house telephoned
Jailer- Beatty Its contents snd asked
Beatty to release Chlcaro. .
. Beatty refused to release the prisoner
without something more tangible than
a telephone message as hla authority
and held Chlaro-until-later In the day
when Inspector R. IS. Hussey delivered
the original telegram at tha county laii
tor Beatty to place among bis records. .
What we have left at the .
Piece Suits .
Piece Suits .
Piece Suits .
Pants . .
Pants . .
Boys' Wash Suits ,
Men's and Boys' Straw
All Our Panama Hats
One-Half Off Regular Price
WHEN YOU SEX IT IN OUR AD, IT'S
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