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Twelve: Graduate From Alien
Preparatory School; Others
Presented With Medals.
Graduation' exercises of three lnstl
. tutlons of the city were held last night.
Twelve students were graduated at
the commencement exercises of the
Allen Preparatory school In the, Haw
thorne Presbyterian church. The re
, markable thing about this class Is that
every member will go to college next
year. They will be divided between
Prlceton, Smith college, Amherst, Berke
ley, University of Oregon and the Uni
versity 'of Nevada. , 1 . v
. The 'commencement address was de
livered , by Rev, James A. P.' MeGaw,
l. t., and the diplomas were presented
bv Margaret V. Allen, principal of .tha,
school. . The program included vocal
solos by Imogens Harding Brodle and
. Bom Zan and Marjorle Bailsman, with
Miss Alta Broughtoir accompanying.
t One 'feature of the evening was the em
blem ceremony given by the departing
Class. At the close of the program a
" reception was held in the school parlors
lay the friends of the school.
, , Twenty Receive Diplomas.
. . All the members of' the graduating
j class have taken their preliminary col-
t lege entrance examinations . and will
complete them next week.
St Mary's academy held' its fifty
, first annual commencement last night
T at iChrlstlanson's hall, twenty young
women received diplomas. The address
of the evening was made by Ttev. Wll
Ham Deeney, S. J., who was Introduced
by Judge Cavanaugh. Father Deeney
, dwelt upon the necessity of education
, for young women and said the purpose
of education is not so much to Inform
them as to form them.
' : Medals were awarded to the graduates
as follows: Archbishop Christie medal
to Alma : Clemens; alumnae medal to
Winifred Williams; Knights of Colum
bus medal to Mae Hughes. A feature
of the evening's program was the
"Pilgrim's Chorus" given by the senior
Serenty Graduate Tonlglrk.
The violin selection by Mary Jessop,
l..e graduate of the violin course, was
much appreciated. The whole program
was commented on as one of unusual
" Seventy students vwlll be graduated
' tpnlght from the Holmes Business col
. lege at their commencement exercises
to be held at the Portland theatre. An
elaborate program has been prepared
- tor the occasion. : ? .
The diplomas will be presented by
: Mayor Simon, 'and addresses will' be
made by B. S. Josselyn, president of the
Portland Hallway, Light & Power com
, psny, and Q. F, Johnson, manager of
Sherman, Clay ft Co. ' The program
will include several vocal selections by
Mrs. Kathleen Lawler-Belcher, a recl-
' tatlon by Miss Maud Angell from the
. Gillespie School of Expression, and
music by Weber's orchestra. A feature
will be a typewriting contest for a gold
. The Alumni association of the Brook
.lyn school will give a reception tonight
-in the assembly hall In bonor of the
v.June graduating lae of the Brooklyn
school, Music, a sketch by the class and
a number of i ' : t a 1 :it-; a v-ill rr.;.ike
up the tin.gro.-a for t!.e evesrng.
In the presence of an unusually lnrge
and enthusiastic gathering of relatives
and . friends, ton stralcht limbed, stal
wart cadets of the liill Military acad
emy were awarded their . diplomas of
graduation in the academy armory last
The principal of the academy. Dr. Jos
eph Wood IIlll, opened the exeiclses,
commenting upon the work done during
the past year and Introducing the prin
cipal speaker of the solemn occaMon.
Rev. " Bern jamln Young, of the Taylor
Street Methddlst church. "Common
sense, Courage and Character," was the
topic of his words. Immediately fol
lowing his address Dr. Hill presented
the diplomas to the following cadets:
Special course -Major Earl C. .Wurs-
weiler of Portland,
Scientific Course - Captain Clarence
W. AVestbrook of Smith River, Cal.; Cor
poral D. M. Pague, Portland; Corporal
Henry C. Huntington, Los Angeles; Cap
tain Charles M. Zbinden of Seattle,
English Course Captain and Adjutant
William J. A. Baker of Hood River, Or.;
First Lieutenant Wendell K.' Phillips of
Vancouver. Wash,; , Cadet Garnett M.
Babbitt, Portland; Second - Lieutenant
Matthew Troy of Portland. ..-..
Classical Course Corporal Bryant
Hall of Fairbanks, Alaska. i " '
The members of class '10 were show
ered with gifts, and flowers from par
ents, relatives and friends.
As soon as the graduates left the Ar-
mOry a ringing bugle call announced the
beginning of the annual individual com
petitive drills for . the Vice-Principal's
gold, and silver medal. v
, Wiley as Commander.
' .The drills, commanded by Cadet Cap
tain R. E. Wiley, were Judged by Cap
tain Wilson and Lieutenant Soooner.
Third infantry, Oregon National guard.
In the competition for members of "A"
and "B" companies, and battalion staff,
Captain and Adjutant William J. A.
Baker of Hood River, won the hand
some gold medal, while the coveted sil
ver medal went to Corporal Edwin Stln-
berg of St James, Minn. :
In 'the competition for members of
"C company Corporal Oliver Bverlv
and Cadet Rankin Clark, both of Port
land, won the gold and sliver medals, respectively.
Highest honors In scholarship were
carried off by Corporal Bryant and Hall,
with an average of 93 1-7 In the acad
emic department,' and Cadet Paul Jones
with an average of 9311-13 in the preparatory-
department . .
The following cadets ranked highest
in scholarship and perfect deportment:
Academic department Sergeant 1 W.
Barnhart,. with' 91 11-13; Lieutenant W.
K. Phillips, with 92 1-3; Corporal Bdwin.l
Stenberg, with 91 28-11; Cadet C. F.
Strobel, with 9113-62; Cadet R, Clark,
with 81 12-53. T
Preparatory department Cadet L. M.
Mills, with 9210-12; Cadet R. EL Stan
ton, with 92.
Depot for Gladstone. .
' (Salem Bare a of Tbe Joarntl.)
Ealem, Or., June 17 The railroad
commission has found that the service
afforded by the TortlandRatlway, Light
& Power company to its patrons living
in the vicinity of Gladstone is unrea
sonable, unsuitable and inadequate. It
has ordered the street railway company
to build both a freight shed and depot
at Gladstone sufficient to accommodate
the traffic offered the company at that
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We are once more delayed in moving into our new store at corner of Fourth and Alder streets. On that account we will continue this
great sale for another week. It has proved, to be the most popular sale of men's wearing apparel1 ever held in Portland. The high grade
merchandise we have ,been offering and the extremely liberal price reductions have brought us hundreds of customers, thus accomplish
ing the object we had in mind impressing strangers with the extraordinary high clasS"stock of men's fine Suits, Overcoats," Furnishings,
etc., parried in this store and making many new friends and permanent customers.
Human Locomotive ! .
Don't fall to see the Human Locomo
tive who- la to smoke BOO R, B. Cigars
within a week in McDowell's window.
309 Washington street,
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One more week of great suit bargains. Don't neglect this; opportunity to get an elegant suit at -a
'price much lower than you can obtain elsewhere in this city, quality, considered.' Big values, little
prices rule here now. If you're skeptical come 'and investigate! You'll believe it, though; when you
. learn who made 'em Kuppenheimer, Peck, Strouse & Bros, and the F. B. Q. Clothing Co.
$15.00 Values now.-. $11.75 $22.50 values now. . $ic.85
. $18.00 VALUES NOW. .$13.50 . $25.00 VALUES NOW .$18.75
$20.00 VALUES NOW. ........... ., .$15.00 $27.50 VALUES NOW. , .$20.50
$30.00 VALUES NOW; . j . . . .'. . . . . . : .$22.50
; , $35.00 VALUES NOW.............;. $20.25 , ; ,
$40 VALUES NOW...... ,...;$30.00
$15 to $18 Sufs-x?ra Speca
100 handsomely Tailored Suits, made of excellent quality .Oregon
cassimere, tweeds and cheviots, medium weights, sizes 34 to 40.
All this season's latest models in the most popular colorings,
stripes, etc. Regular $15 to $18 values, for one week more ......
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Men's Fine Trousefs
$3.00 TROUSERS FOR $2.25
$4.00 TROUSERS FOR $3.00
$5.00 TROUSERS FOR ; i . . $3.75
$6.50 TROUSERS frOR : $4.50
$8.00 TROUSERS FOR. . . , $6.00
Men's Hobby Shirts
75c Shirt now reduced
$1.00 Shirts now reduced
$125 Shirts now reduced Qg
$1.50 Shirts reduced
$2.00 . Shirts '. reduced Q
$2.50 Shirts" 'reduced' g J
$3.00 Shirts" 'reduced J
$5.00ShirVsTreduced JJ gjj
t OPPOSITE OREGON HOTEL 7
Grant Phcgley. Mgr. Outiitters to Men and Boys 7th and Stark Sts.
Cor. West Park
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Cor. West Park
Entire "Stock of Ladies': Goats, Capes,- Dresses, Skirts, Etc
Going at Less Than
"Now" is "the .time., Never "
before and perhaps never
again will you have a
chance like this.
, ; Come Early.
In moire, . ottoman silk,
fancy stripes and Priest
ley's celebrated Rainproof
Coats;' your choice,
Shepherd plaids, navy
b 1 u e, Panama, mannish
cloths, worth $20g6at
.' .- ...... 1 .. .. V .
$30.00 values ....$15.00
$25.00 values ... ?.$12.50
$20.00 values .... $0.05
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All reduced; see the assort
- r -lnenat
ss of Cost .
Must Vacate by June 3.0th
,; ;Wasli Dresses .
White lawn and mull lingerie Dresses, voile Skirts in
black and colors, tailored Suits; in fact, every article
that is usually kept in a ladies' furnishing goods house.
All must go quick.
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FIXTURES FOR SALE
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$3.50 values go at
$ 1 .00
Corsets and Vaists
Values up to $1.00 go at
$1.00 valuesgo at
$3.50 values go at
Worth up to $5, will go at
White Lawn Waists,
' worth $1.95, go at
Values up to $2 will go at
Worth $1.50 :;o .it