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THE OREGON 4 DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. TUESDAY EVENINO, JUNE 6, 10X1.
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mouth IIT, and from the , Penlneula
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Annual Agricultural. Returns
" From Desert Area" of We$t,
(ftnactal m.nalrti to The InaraaLI
Chicago 111.. June . Through tha
work of tha United Btatea reclamation
aarvloa a considerable proportion of
, the weatern desert area, extending from
ArUona and lower California north
ward into tha atata of Washington, haa
been transformed and the landa, form
erly worthleaa aa a national aaaat, now
yield cropa worth each year 1110.000,-
Thirteen million acrea In theae dea
arte have been planted to gralna. frulta
and other cropa Tha reclaimed areaa,
with tha thouaanda of comfortable
homea, present In thamaelTaa undent
able proof of tha poaalbllltlea for home
making" and crop growing which are
Juiit beginning to be reallced and taken
advantage of by the thouaanda of peo
ple throughout the entire nation for
whom the government undertook and la
carrying forward tha reclamation work.
In thla work of development the gov
ernment already haa employed $ll
000,000. An additional IIS.OOO.vQv win
be expended to complete the projects
There ara landa open to entry now In
..five of tha projecta. Aa additional
funee ara nut Info tha work, additional
unite of 10,000 acrea or more will be
thrown open to entry from time to time
In the projecta that are now incom
plete, and when all the projecta ara
full additional ones will be started.
The projecta with farma now avail
able Include the Huntley, In Montana,
with SO, 000 acrea, for which landa the
settlers must pay St per acre to the
Indians at the time ha makea hla fil
ing; the Sun River, In Montana, with
I7.000 acrea and 1n which the aettler
makea an . Initial payment of IS. 60 per
acre: the Umatilla. In Oregon, with
ro.440 acres, tha landa being In private
ownerehtp and purchasable from aet
tlera having an exoena of 160 acrea; tha
Ilelle Kourche, In South Dakota, with
100,000 aorea, also privately owned
land!) purchasable at from $20 to ISO
per acre, and the Shoshone, In Wyoming,
with IS:. 000 acres, all eubject to home
stead entry, thla project having a gen
eral elevation of 4600 feet. In these
projects the charge for water right,
which becomes perpetual when the
tenth annual payment la made, la ISO
per acre, excepting In the Umatilla and
the ShoHlione. In which It la 180 and
PERFECT DAY USHERS 4 7
' IN REIGN OF. ROSES s
; RIVER SCENE GORGEOUS
While tha aaat and - middle west
a weltered yesterday In blistering beat.
while hurry calla kept New York and
Chicago ambulances and the emergency
hospitals busy, one of tha greatest
crowds In I'ortland history crowded
tha atreeta, enjoyed to tha full tha
opening of tha gay Rosa Festival ant
tha perfect, aunahlny day. and yet not
one complaint of discomfort or heat
was heard at any time during the day
no t one1 collapse, prostration or serious
accident was reported.
"Such a day makea good Portland's
assuming of tha, name, "Bummer Cap
ital ' of America,' " aald George L.
Hutohln, manager of the Roae Festival,
"It would be Impossible to estimate
the number of people on tha atreeta.
The passenger departments of tha rail
roads report arrivals approximating
25,000 people and mora coming on every
train. Yet all ara comfortable. Tbera
la abaolutely nothing to Interfere with
the Joyful happiness of this splendid
Thla comment was echoed by tha
city's visitors. They went from one
event to another, they Inspected one
roae garden after another, thay thrilled
to the touoh of the featlval spirit aa
though they were In a land of enchant
ment Portland, Indeed, aeemed mora
a falry-llke realm with Ita beauty and
bloom than tha everyday home of for
tunate people to the sun parched easterners.
The close of th water carnival last
night was In a blata of splendor. Lit
by red fire and searchlights, a proces
sional led by tha George H. Williams
moved in stately fashion up the river.
where magnlfioent fireworks at tha
Oaks compelled ejaculations of wonder
and. admiration from thousands of
spectators. Streams of water thrown
from the Williams and lit by calcium
aj-j . L-
lights added maglo to tha. fairy eoene.
Followed , then tha Dlx, royal , barge,
bearing not Hex Oregonua, but Fea
tlval queen, impersonating ttia rose and
amlllng upon the watchers.
Tha aplendldly decorated ' aacort ao
oordad yesterday to tba Festival king,
tha number and beauty of tba decorate.!
water craft; the full participation by all
boat ownere and tha brilliancy of It all
made tha water carnival a memorabla
event and Indicated undreamed of possi
bilities for another year's Rose Fea
EAST SIDE STREETS
DECORATED; READY FOR
"Orand avenue from Hawthorne to
Holladay avenues haa been hung with
flaga and made reaplendent with floral
deooratlona. Thla Is the work of the
membara of tha Kast Ride Business
Men's club who are getting ready for
two of the Rosa Festival's distinctive
events, the fraternal and military pa
rade Thursday evening and "Human
Rosebud" parade of school children Fri
Already there are on tha way to Port
land members of tha Taooma oamp of
Spanish war veterans. Thay bring with
them an SO foot serpent, which they
will carry at tha head of tha Thursday
night parade. Veterana from Vancou
ver will march, together with S00 sol
diers of the regular army from the
Vancouver barracks. The east side com
mitteemen, led by Secretary Walter, As
sistant Secretary Hall, George Dilworth,
Pan Kallaher and others, report a de
gree of preparation whloh warrants auo
oaaa for both tha aaat aide eventa.
MOOSE LODGE PARADE
Tu BE GRAND EVENT;
OUTSIDE FOLK COMING
According to telegrams reoetved thla
morning by tha chairman of tha parade
committee for tha Moose lodge, there
will be strong delegations of that order
from all over tha northwest to partlcl-
pate In tha parade Thursday afternoon
and evening. Centralis, is -eendtng a
special train and nearly a dotes other
cities will be represented.
Tha Mooaa lodge membere will appear
In full regalia In tba parade; they will
have a handsomely decorated float and
their big new mooaa will be In the lead,
Tha offlcera will ride In open decorated
carriages and the degree team will ride
In full regalia on decorated ataeda.
Members of the order will meet at 1
o'clock Thursday afternoon at the cor
ner of Fourteenth . and Yamhill atreeta
to form the line of march; in the even
ing they will congregate at tha comer
of East Seventh and Ankeny atreeta.
Tha Knights Of tha Rose, a new order
with a local membership of too. will also
participate in the parade on Thursday.
BUY TAGS IN AID
. OF THE BABY HOME
Thousands of people gathered en the
buelneaa atreeta thla morning to catch
a glimpse of the babies rrom tha Baby
Home, who. In charge of the young
women of the Junior and aenior auxll
larlea, paraded .the streets In automo
biles contributed for the occasion.
At tha aame time other young women
on the atreet corners aold Baby Home
tags at 10 cents apiece until nearly all
the people who watched the parade were
Tagged for the Baby Home "
80 many tags ware aold this morning.
and the work waa progressing with
auch popular approval that Mra. D. C
Burns, president of the Baby Home,
predicted enough money would be raised
to meet the emergency expenses of car
ing for the (0 and more homelese wmlfa
The coat of maintenance of the home
has bean exceptionally heavy this year,
because of the treat amount of atreet
Improvement, and the appropriation
from tba atata, together with gifts from
Individuals, waa insufficient
Robbed Wife and Killed Iler.
(United Prvas Leased Wire.)
New Westminster. B. C. June .
That Henry Jobea not only killed hla
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
SAMPLE E STOKE
Selling Ladies' Shoes for $2.00 a Pair
Selling Men's Shoes for $2.50 a Pair
(Continued From Pace One.)
general manager, George K Hutchln,
who designed them all.
"Land of Thousand Wonders."
"OreKon, the Iand of a Thousand
Wonders," Is the pageant's title. The
year-long work upon it haa been com
plete several days. It Is ready for the
people to safe The city's most beauti
ful girls In costumes ride upon the
cars, which will make progress over the
atreeta designated a distance of a block
between each, with, a gorgeously cos
tumed band falling in behind each. They
will coma In the following order:
Car 1 Rex Oregonua, hla aoapter ex
tended In benediction over hla crowded
Car 2 Beacon Before tha Dawn.
Oregon before the coming of the white
Car i Coming of the White Man. Tha
Indiana stand fearing and wondering,
not knowing that It meant their evic
tion. Car 4 Tha City of Astor and Its
Building. The polar bear and Indian
pony types of the unoonquered oountry.
Car 6 Oregon In Morning Glory, Land
of a Thousand Wonders.
Car e Reclaiming the Land. Maglo
returns from Irrigation. ,
Beauty of Beaches.
Car 7 Shells of the Ocean, Beauty
of Oregon Beachea.
Car 8 Crater Lake; the wonder of
this ons is that Oregon's wonderful lake
could be so realistically portrayed in
a festival float.
Car t Oregon the Paradise of all Peo
Car 10 Pearls of the Pacific. Queen
of the Ooean.
Car 11 Chanteclar Crows for Oregon.
Car IS Jewel Caves of Oregon, won
Car 18 The Lilies of the Field, the
Butterflies of Pleasure.
Car 14 Wealth of Oregon, Untouched
Resources, the Golden Egg.
Car 16 Music of the Oregon Country,
rippling streams, crooning breesea,
soothing waves of ooean.
Car 16 Kingdom of Flowers, Queen
Roue, Human Rosebuds.
Enumeration, of course, serves only
as guide to vision of the parade whose
coming beauties the best description
could but vaguely portray.
Tha electric parade with variations
will be repeated Saturday night, in the
flashing farewell to Rex Oregonua, king
I SELL THE FINEST $3
TO $6 VALUE SHOES
150 3H St, Upstairs,
Opp. Skidmore Drug Co.
I SELL THE FINEST $3
TO $6 VALUE SHOES
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ARE DISTRIBUTED TO
ALL VISITORS GRATIS
Booths for the free distribution of tha j
Peninsula's most fragrant and perfect ,
roues have been established at both the J
union and North Bank depots. Elabo- j
rately decorated, attenled by the Pen-1
insula's pretty glpls and bowered with)
bloom, they are beauty spots seen first I
by the city's visitors.
urlng all the Rose Festival theae
booths will be maintained, with a com-j
mlttee of women in charge. No one !
will come to Portland and go away say- !
lng there were no roses here. For each ,
wbmfcn this morning there was a bow- j
quet of full blown flowers, for every
man a perfect bud of any desired color 1
for his coat lapel. 1
Mrs. E. S. Dyer, Mrs. C. Spies, Mrs. '
W, R. Agnew and L. E. gelberg were in
charge of the union depot booth today. '
It was Kenton day.
At the North Bank station S. L. Os
borne, secretary ofr the Peninsula Host
Carnival association, was in general
charge. His assistants were Miss Mario
Becker. Mrs. E. Baker, Miss Hazel
Mr. OBborne has arranged a unique
competition between Peninsula schools
for contributions of roses. He grades
60 per cent for quality, 20 per cent for
condition and 20 per oent for correct
length of stem. Tribute' to the excel
lence of the Peninsula rose gardens and
the great pride taken In them waa the
fact that nearly all graded 100 per cent
From St. Johns schools came what Mr.
Osborne called the finest rose exhibit
evey produced on the Peninsula number
ing ICS blossoms. From Ocaley Green
Ten "George" to bring
yon Blatz. Watch for
the label the triangle.
It Stands for quality.
"Always the urns
Good Old Blatx"
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ROUND TRIPS EAST
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ST. LOUIS $70.00
BALTIMORE. . C1A7 CA
Direct Train Service
to St. Paul, Chicago,
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis and Denver
Foster k Kleiser
High Grade Commercial and Electric
Xast ?tn and East Everett "BU,
i rnones East mil B-82.
Tickets sold June 7, 9, 10, 12, 16, 17, 21, 22, 28, 29, 30; July 1 to 6
inclusive, 19, 20, 26, 27, 28, and certain dates in August and September.
Return limit, October 31. j
Inland Empire Express Leaves 9:55 a. mi
North Bahlk Limited Leaves 7:00 p. m.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, FIFTH AND STARK STS.
NORTH BANK STATION, ELEVENTH AND HOYT STS.
wife bat robbed her as wall,, waa
learned today when one of hla Bona
atated to, the police that aceordlnr to
hla estimate the mlieing man took $60
front a pocket In the woman's clothes
after be killed har. Ha also took her
watch. Thla In conjunction with the
fact that Jobea took with htm In hla
flight a part of hla balonglnga which
he bad packed up on the nlg-ht before,
point to a deliberately planned murder.
Jobea haa vanished completely.
Portlandr-r Wlna Pharmacy Prtre.
(Special rxspatrfc te The Jaeraal.)
Oregon agricultural College, Corvallls,
Or., June . -The Laue prise, which la
awarded each year by John M. A. Laue
of Portland to the atudenta receiving
the highest grades In a oompetlttve
examination In pharmacy, haa been
awarded to William J. Thornton of Port
land. The aecond prise, also offered by
Mr. Laue to the atudent making the
brat grades la the Junior examination,
waa win by J. B. Jackson of Roaeburg.
Dan O'Reilly to Jail.
rralt4 From leasee wee.
New York. June Daniel ORellly,
one of Harry Thaw's counsel at hla
trial for Killing Stanford White, will
probab y be taken to Blackwell'a Island
today to serve Ave ptontha' aentenee for
rerelrlngatoten property. OMtellly waa
convicted in connection with the rob
bery of Aaron Bancroft, broker, of $8T,
000 In aeaurlttoa, as he waa entering the
Produce Exchange to deposit them. The
envelope containing (the securities was
knocked to the floor Ope waa returned
to him. by two man who picked It Bp.
but contained only waste paper,
, i an i "i i ii i i. i ii .
A fountain marking brush," tome
what resembling a huge fountain pen,
haa been patented by. a Michigan man,
Oregon Novelty Co.
Successors to Oregon Sheet
Metal & Screen Co.
HOUSES AND SLEEPING
PORCHES SCREENED. WE
GUARANTEE ALL WORK.
Best equipped screen factory on Pacific coast. We n
supply your wants and our prices are reasonable.
T. E. Clark, Gen. Mgr. '
N. Main Street Box 686 Lents. Oregon
Two o'clock p. m. Formal open
ing of the Competitive Rose Exhibit
at the Armory, under the auspices of
the Portland Rose Society.
8 50 p'. m. Grand . Electric Pa
rade, headed by Rex Oregonua, the
10 o'clock p. m. Revels of the
masqueraders on Sixth and Seventh
streets from Yamhill to Burnside
ciiers music nouse
A display in a new building
that delights ad astonishes
Souvenirs for everyone.
Hourly concerts and recit
als throughout the big build
Free chance to win the fa
mous $1100 Eilers De Luxe
To every owner of a Victor
or Columbia Phonograph, a
latest Double-Disc record for
r. 1 i-:-
The opening of this superb
new establishment definitely
marks a period in Northwestern
To give everyone opportunity
for inspection, a reception is
being held today and evening.
There will be concerts and recit
als throughout the building hour
ly, to which admission is free.
Nothing will be sold this after
noon or evening. The house
warming spirit must prevail
commercialism for the time being
must take its place far in the
To all of our friends, to every
reader of The Journal, we extend
a most cordial invftation to visit
us today. Call in the morning
or in the afternoon, or in the
evening, but don't fail to come.
We anticipate the pleasure of
enjoying with you numerous
pleasant surprises we have
planned for this opening. The
faithful work of architect and
artisan, having at their disposal
everything of the best obtain
able, has culminated in one of
the handsomest business struc
The choicest achievements in
American musical instrument
making are here displayed.
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