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rt Needles anp Blanche
Gorman Sink When Almost
Gn!ted Prm Wire.) ;
Seattle, June 17.--Albert Needles, ?0
ywra old. an attorney of Tonopah, Nev.,
end former baseball player of Berke
ley Cat, and Blanche Gorman, a 14
year old girl were drowned In Swan
lake. 15 miles southeast of Seattle, yes
t'rday afternoon. .
1 A shepherd dog; which had been taken
along capsUed the boat in Khlch they
were riding. The bodies hvBOt
recovered. ' .- . '," .
Needles was on Ms way .to the Idita
rod, He stopped off at Seattle to visit
the families of Richard Gorman and
John Monohan at Orillia... Yesterday
morning Needles proposed to take the
Gorman, girl and Alice Monohan; 18
years old, for, a boat ride on the Jake,
When thd boat upset . Miss Monohan
grasped the overturned boat but Need
les and the younger girl were thrown
Clear of it
He reached the struggling girl and
started to swim toward 'the shore with
her, but gave up and eank wlthln a few
yards of the beach.
Needles has a brother In Ban Fran
cisco. URCHIN GETS ABOARD
v AND TAKES TUMBLE
(United Preae Leea Wire.)
Towaco, N. J., June 17. Leon-
ard Abergasty, 4 year! old, is be- 4
lleved to be the youngest aero-
naut In America, He Is the son 4
of Charles Abergasty.; an ama-
teur aviator, and received bruises
when he made a perilous sky trip
yesterday In a machine his father
The child crawled on the lower 4
plane of the craft Just as his
father sent It aloft When the
aeroplane was 200 feet above the
ground Abergasty as ' terrified
to see his baby's face peering
from the plane. s - '
Abergasty hastily pulled the 4)
plane back to earth. When with- 4)
In 0 feet of the ground the craft
overturned and the baby fell in a
clump of bushes. He was slight-
ly bruised, but sustained no sen- 4
out Injury. 4
rrn rose hoyt:dies, , '
AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Mrs. Hose Hoyt, wiaow of the late
Captain Richard Hoyt died at the Ho
hart - Curtis yesterday morning after
a lingering illness. Some time ago
Mrs. Hoyt underwent an operation,
but failed to rally, though for a time
she improved In health and returned to
the Hobart-Curtis, which, had been her
nome lor a long time.
Mrs. Hoyt -was the first' president of
the Portland Rose society, having been
One of the energetic workers for its or
ganization. Mrs. Hoyt came to Port
land in 1848. One eon Is employed by
the Missouri Pacific and is stationed at
Omaha, another Is t the government
service in the Philippines. The only
surviving daughter.": Mrs. George Wil
lett, resides In Portland and was with
her mo'ther when she died, t
PTiiniro nr r
Coroner's Jury Charges Ernest
Porter With Murder of John
(BiwcUl Dl.pateb tit T1 Jearaat.)
Albany, Or., June 17. The coroner's
Jury which', held an inquest over the
body of John Shannon charges Ernest
Porter with murder. The defendant has
been placed in the county jail to await
the action of the grand Jury.
The story of Porter is that the Shan
non brothers drew their knives, on the
Porter Brothers during, tn, argument
about Wages fop work done on the farm
of , Ernest Porter. . He alleges that he
took a club, with which- to knock the
knives from' their hands, and during the
struggle John Shannon fell, striking his.
head against a stump inflicting .11 1 e In
jury from which he died the next day.
Frank Shannon, however, tells a dif
ferent story. He says that' no knives
were used and that Ernest Porter killed
John Shannon by striking him on the
head with a, club' six feet long and five
Inches In diameter. The club is In pos
session of the state's attorney.
" (Sperlal folspntch- to The Journal.)
Walla W la, Wash., June 17. Frater
nities and college athletics are favored
by President Penrose of Whitman col
lege, in his annual report read yester
day at the commencement exercises,
President Penrose also announced sev
eral changes in ttie faculty, to be in
force at the beginning of next year.
They are as follows:
Charles G. Haines, Ph. D., professor
of economics, to succeed William Worth.
Ington; A; W. Goodenougtu M. t A., to
succeed R. W. Morris as assistant pro
fessor of English; Mabel Buland, Ph. P.,
Instructor of English, to succeed H, G.
Merrlam, granted, a year's leave of ab
sence; Lawrence I. Hewes, Ph. D., to
succeed O. T. Geckeler as assistant pro
lessor of mathematics. .
The college term ended yesterday with
the graduation of a class of 21 students,
receiving degrees as follows; Bachelor
of science, Edwin K. Barnes, Raymond
Vincent Borleske, Harry Davenney,
Lloyd Hawley Harry L. Willson, George
Oldrlght; bachelor of letters, Joseph
Bassett Manning Cox, Rachel Hamilton,
Clifford Jones, Agnes Morrison, Samuel
Neterer, Howard Shubert, Ralph Math
ews, Ruby Porter, Mary DuBois Fow
ler; bacholor of arts, Alger Fee, John
Washburn, rlive Jones,: Laura Llbby.
MT. ANGEL ALUMNI ,
TO MEET ON JUNE 21
Mount Angel College, Or.,. June 17.--.
Flans will be made lor the celebration
in 1913 of the silver Jubilee, when the
big" gathering of the alumni of Mount
Angel college Is held here next Tues
day, June 21. In thn afternoon a mef't
ir.g will be heui, and in the evening an
elaborate banquet will be nerved in the
college dining, hull.
Among the prominent men expected
are Circuit Juilfte-elect P. J. Cavanaugh,
81, of Portland; I'r. Hnry Oavanaugh,
'01, of Albany; Frank Coleman, '89, of
St Taul; Dr. De Dotiatl. '00, of Seattle;
Harvey Craljr, the Kan Francisco law
yer, and Earl McLaughlin, '01, profes
sor of the Alameda, Cal., High school.
A large number of priests will also
be among the alumni present. Some
are Father Klveny of Bandon, Father
Black of Portland. Father Waters of
Astoria, Father O'Farrell of -Eugene,
Father Ollvqttl of St. Paul, Father Buck
of Forest Grove and Father Powers of
The Invitations which ha-1f been sent
out read, In part: ., .
"Please notify all -the old students
you may meet.. Don't fall to come and
spend a pleasant evening renewing old
acquaintances and recalling old times at
your alma mater. Her doors are wide
open to welcome you. , She expects you.
Don't disappoint hK" '
3 I!crri"cn r.t
Scientific Painless Den
.tistry is knowledge . and
kill founded - on. experi
ence, and this Is why
THE , BOSTON DEN
TISTS are able to ex
tract TEETH WITH
OUT PAIN for half the
charge .made, br1 other
Jentlata for painful ex
A perfect fitting and natural looking
set of artificial TEETH must be as
sembled by an expert in scientific me
chanism; this .is -why .THE ; BOSTON
DENTISTS are able to make a set of
artificial TEETH that restores this nat
ural facial contour and expression as
well as to masticate food with.
The proper filling of a tooth requires
a knowledge of -the minute anatomv
of the TEETH. Jaws and head as well
as the adaptability of filling materials
to be used, and antiseptic preventions
of further decay after filling. This
is why THE BOSTON DENTISTS are
able to guarantee their fillings to stay
in. . . : . ' '
AUTO DANGLES OVER
CLIFF; TWO ESCAPE
(Special Dlpatch to Tbe Journal.)
. Marshfield, Or., June 17. F.W.Wood
of North Bend and his daughter, Mrs.
Heveanor, narrowly escaped death' In
an auto while on the bridge on Pony
Inlet. The stearlng gear got out of
order and the machine started over the
embankment, hut was caught on a
stump and held dangling over the cliff.
Mrs. Heveanor and Mr. Wood climbed
out of the machine. ' Neither was seri
ously hurt t . - .
OF KENT MISSING
T'nlUd Frees Leaead WIr.. .
Kent, Wash., June 17. H. R. Fulsom,
a wealthy rancher of Kent, has been
missing for over a week. His family
fear he has been .murdered for his
money. He left here for Mount Vernon
with BO cattle, June 6. lie was last
seen there on the night of June 9 In a
saloon with ; two 'strangers. At that
time ha had a large sum of money with
" Crook Farmers Meet at Madras.
(Special Dispatch to The Journal. I
Madras, Or., June 17. The Crook
County Farmers' union met here Tues
day on the occasion of their second an
nual county plqnlc Members were pres
ent from Lamonta, Culver, Haystack,
Round Butte, Agency Plains, Warm
Springs, Sagebrush Springs and other
parts of the county.
After the morning session the ladles
spread a bountiful dinner. In the aft
ernoon State President F. A. ; SUcea
spoke to a large audience In Sanford's
hall. . i
Readjustments in Korea,
(United Preas f.aed Wire.) '
Toklo, June 17. Since- the appoint
ment of the new resident general In
Korea several official-changes In the
Japanese residency general have been
made and a readjustment of official re
lations Is expected. ; Officials. In Seoul
are perturbed today over an imperial
ordinance authorizing the appointment
or colonels, majors and other officers
for special duties In the Korean gen
darmerle. This' move is connected with
ine forthcoming Korean developments
Bees Assail Teamster and Team.
' (United Pra tetnei WIr.
Washington, June 17. An unidenti
f 'el negro teamster-ri in a jjerious con
ri.tiun as- the resCilt of the activity of
'.'0 hives of bees which his horses
kicked over.. The animals were lmme
lmii"!y assailed by thousands of the
bets and were stung to death.
How to Stop Drinking
It was 'formerly customary for the
habitual- drinker to : take? the pledge
regularly, sometimes once a year and
sometimes In every fit of remorse that
followed his debauches, and then break
it -. :, -.; W,---
But now It is gradually dawning on
the world that pledges do not stop
drunkenness.. Th nervous system of the
habitual drinker Is diseased and he
must have treatment, that will cure this
condition.' Orrlne Is sold under a posi
tive guarantee to cure the drink habit
or the money- will'' be refunded. r can
be given secretly. V - 1
Write for free booklet on the Cure of
Alcoholism to The Orrlne Co., 729 Or
rlne building, Washington, D. C,
Mailed sealed. Orrlne costs but $1 per
box. Sold by Woodward, Clarke & Co.,
distributors. ' 280 Washington st; 125
J27 Fourth street.' 1 :
Gold and porcelain crowns when prop
erly made restore broken down and
badly decayed teeth to their former use
fulness and beauty and last a life
time. This high class dental work
is not experimental but a lasting suc
cess when made by a master of the den
tal science. This la why THE BOSTON
DENTIST8 advise this class of work
where Jt Is required. , v
Gold and porcelain crowns and bridge
work made sv.-ong and well adapted
replaces missing teeth and for .cleanli
ness and utility is the most beneficial
and satisfactory work when made by ex
perienced dentists who use the hinh
grade gold and best materiel.- This is
why THE BOSTON DENTISTS are able
to point with pride to thousands of pa
trons who are wearing this crown and
bridge work with comfort and satlsfau-
Should be cared for by reliable den
tists who charge, for actual-work done.
This is why THE BOSTON DENTISTS
re able to do high class dental work
for the low: prices., . ', .
One Price to all Is the motto of '
The Boston; Dentists
Corner rifth and Morrison Sta,
Entrance 291 V4 Morrison street, op
posite Meier ft Frank's and Postoftlce,
' Open' evenings until 8 and Sundays
until 4 for people who work.
Portland llano cf Tho South' Bend rbllcabb',,Th3 Rarc'o Indostructibb"-Bui!t on I-Icrit '
Throus'h end Through Qno in Your Hcma on tho Libera) Terms S1,00 Down, 21.00 Vccl:
tsSIiIVii - lCb w ties TlU "5 l-i lai'Val'
Economical Opportunities in Merchandise of the Dependable Sort In Every Department
. Sale o Lmrens Drboco
One?,, of tho Attractions of the Third VeeK
' Many a woman's and misses' oppcirtunity to add oneOf these
Pretty Dresses to their Summer Wardrobe. The daintiest lingerie
effects in the four styies, priced as follows: t
Linrterio Drcsces at $3.9S
In tailored effect, white and other light colors, plainly trimmed,
with '-bias and straight bands of heavy crochet rlace insertion on the
blouse. Skirt in panel effect with, wide flounce at bottom' of two
wide tucks. , . . , . ,
Linflorio PrescoG at $4,50-.
Of soft finish Victoria Lawn, with square yoke of crochet' lace
and Valenciennes. Skirt has deep flounce with heading of the heavy
crochet lace. Belt and cuffs to match. , . f .,,'.
L2mncrio DresgQs at $4.9S
Made of soft finish Chiffon Cloth, with trimmed yoke of allover
tucking and Valenciennes lace, and with heavy, wide embroidery in
sertion. Band of same in sleeve. Skirt and flounce trimmed with
.Valenciennes lace. , v v- ' v
. Of soft finish India Llnon, with square neck of heavy crochet
lae'e. Shtjrt sleeves, cuffed to match. Band down to top of flounce.
Very, pretty, tailored-effect. : v " . ! " - ' J
Genoioe Bargains in tfab Furniture Store
These Few 5elected at Random from the Second, Third and Fourth
, Floor Displays Take, Advantage of Our Easy Payment Terms
- $19.00 Mission Shaving. Stand In weather oak
at f 11.50. ' '
$36.00 " Shaving Stand and . Cabinet in quar
tered golden oak, with triple mirrors of best
bevel plate at $19.50.
$45.00 Trousseau or Fur Chest of finest quar
tered golden oak, cedar lined at f27.50. ,
- $45.00 Trousseau or Fur' Chest of matched
quarter-sawed golden oak, with two commodi
ous drawers and cedar lined top compartment
at $ 28.50.
$31.50 Ladies' Open ' Top Writing ' Desk of
birdseye maple at f 18.2$.
$45.00 Ladies'" Open Top .Writing Desk of
solid mahogany at' $26.50, ,. , t,
$60.00 large Hall Piece of finest selected quar
ter sawed golden oak. Has wide seat and large
bevel plate mirror. A splendid piece for hall
or office at $39.50. , - t
$19.00 Hall Seat, with chest under seat, in
dull golden, oak at $14.50.
$110 heavy Colonial Style Hall Seat of finest
mahogany, in dull finish at $69.50.
$55.00 Couch, upholstered in best black leath
er; frame of crptch mahogany at $37.50. ,
$52.00 Davenport, with frame, in mahogany
finish, upholstered in green verona velour at
$28.50. . 1 ,
$25.00 heavy Arm Rocker, with seat and back
upholstered in black leather, frame of solid oak,
golden finish af $14.75. ; .v.
$53.00 large Hall Piece of quaint design -and
in fumed oak, with antique copper trimmings.
Wide box seat and large bevel mirror at
$21.00 - Cellarette, in quarter sawed golden
oak-at $9.75. " - ;
. $45.00 Quaint Bookcase in fumed oak, with
copper trimmings--at $29.75. ,. A .
. $60.00 Combination Desk and Bookcase of
quaint design, in fumed oak. A splendidly pro
portioned piece for, 6mall libraryat $39,50.
' $37.00 Cheval' Mirror - in mahogany finished
frame at $24.50. ' ;
$40.00 Cheval Mirror with frame of quarter
sawed golden oak. f Bevel plate mirror is oval
shaped at $29.50; .
$31.00 Dressing Table in fumed oak, with oval
mirror at $19.75.
$60.00 Bookcase,--showing "very best selected
stock ot quarter-sawed golden
oak. . Has two doors and is 60
inches high and 43 inches wide
at $38.50. :.. :'. : ,
Chiffon Auto Veils
or Scarfs, and Drap es
A Iast-of-the.-'weck special in the
Neckwear Section these accessories
to motoring apparel A"ta Veils,
Scarfs and Drapes of chiffon, extra
wide and long, with hemstitched sides
and ends. . All colors. ;
500 Ruchings 5c Each
Another end-of-the-week attraction
in the Neckwear Sectionneck length
Ruchings, in whife, black, pink, blue;
helio, gold and in Persian effects
June Rose Sale Savings
In Wood Bed
Full and Three-quarter Spcs.
. $66.00' Colonial-Style Bed' in
beautifully figured Circassian
walnut, three-quarter size, at
.. $57.00 Full-Size Bed in Circas
sian walnut at $29.75. - -
$44.00 Quaint-Style Bed in Cir
cassian walnut, . full size, ' at
$84.00 Colonial-Style Bed' in
mahogany, three-quarter size, at
, $52.00 Mahogany Bed, three
quarter size, at $29.50. ' 1
$24.00 Full-Size , Bed in mafiog
any at $14.50. -.--,'
$59.00 Heavy Napoleon' Bed in
mahogany, full size, at $41.50.
. ' $06.00 Bed in finest matched,
stock ' of ' "quarter-sawed golden
oak. three-quarter size, at
$62.50 -Three-Quarter Size Bed
iri best' birdseye 'maple, at
$35.00. , ;
Convenient Payments. ., . .
Splendid values also in
Brass Beds an d Iron Beds
Dressers and Chiffoniers.
In Buffets,China Cabinets
Notable Savings in Room Size Rugs and Made-up Carpet Rugs Carpet Store, Sixth Floor
Agi-d Man Dies in Linn,
fftpcclnl Blpnt'h tn The Jonrna!.)
Albany, Or., Juna 17.- A. P. Cooper,
tin old resident of Ltnn county, died
fstprrtny morning at his residence, 908
1 ait Klrnt utreet, H wi 75 years Jof
liui-ll. . , , ......
More Cheap Rates.
Jul: J7.i tli iipxt (iate of enle of
!. i,0 roitni iiip excursion tk'keU to
r i i-m j-uir.-ts vi t the Canliari Fneiflic.
.i ,r l:! :t aiii-nti Ijow.' ,
I .... j . lJ" VH V.f 1 . 1
f' . ' 'I IflihU y V.1V Vll Mill l ,v
I iy;.jr ,uuAi, ,in , in .1 . t
TELY. f REE!
10 Chests Solid Silver
26 Pieces in Beautiful Lined Chests
To the 10 Neatest Correct Solutions
to This Father Time Puzzle1: Y
DIRECTIONS . .!-
There are 10 faces in this picture. - Can
you find 7 of them? Outline each face
with pencil on this or a- separate sheet of
paper, or "number 'them 1, 2 3, etc-V To"
CT?x ! the 10 ' neatest correct answers we will
jrive . absolutely free a Beautiful Lined
T Chest of Silver. To,each'one finding y
lPir ' faces we will rive absolutely free a Hand
some Souvenir. ' All correct answers will;
receive a valuable prize. .Be sure .your
answer is correct. All answers -must be
in our hands by June 25 1910, Every
correct solution will receive a' prize. 'X
Remember,, prizes will be awarded to
th neatest correct answers received, and
you must find at least 7 of the iaces". .'The
contest will be judged by . the representa
tives of our leading newspapers.
Send your solution and name and ad
dress plainly written, (be sure to vrite
plainly) to , ' ' , ' :' , "
Little Ads in The Journal, ' Costing but One Cent a Word, Will Secure Steady Situations.
For a Day's Outing
Up the GolCimbia
SaUffbtfnl nntiET to Ort Tber O. . k K. Train Serrlo Jnirt ftlsrht Aatai Chi.'n All mnita at
nomam ruhlnpr. Buntmr, Bnrf Bttliinr. Camtjlna-. Bnatio- n,(r ...
Cant B Beat, Including' water TtdU, Rlvsra anl Handlanrt.
Amnaemcntf, Inolndiny rUhinr, Buntlnr, Bnrf Btthin
XSAS THXSB KOVITO TBIP
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; doing- Saturday
Sunday , Baturning; Sunday
Only. '.; or Monday.
81.26 - ,. 81.25
1.35, . 1.95
1.25 . 1.60
1.25 . . .1.75 - -
Goinf by mail
By Boat -'
Sania Say. ,
' ' 8.30
Down the Columbia
... The O. B.. A N. fella round-trip excursion tlckota from Portland to all points on North Reach, near
th mouth of tha Columbia River, on the Washington shore, for 4.00. Tickata gnod six (8 monthe-
An tVtA .too m m r IT.) b u 1 frnm 1 all .tr.. '1 nnl. J.t w A KAVin4l.l. I. , I. . . t r. '
lgth arljjJJO WNJ'J'y.f J-
Mtlrf ' hv A-ftn TtAvf mnrnlii.
Tha only trip known that comparea with tha trip 'up the Colum
mrebaaa ticket and lnqnlre earefnlly about boat and train acbed
nlaa at tie City Ticket Office, Third and Waahington Btreeta.
VM. McilURRAY .
OESTEBAI, PA8Sl3faS3fc AOENT, POETI.AITI, OErOOS.