THE OREGON: 'DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 8. 1911. FINAL 0; A. C. VEEK I PLAN TS TO MAKE CONEY -THE CITY'S PLAYGROUND clpal pJessur , and recreation rret. Alexander 8. Drescher, chairman of th sldermani committee on' parks, propo to Introducs a resolstlon at today's sua sion of ths board of aldermen, vrovtd- fITBtted FrM Umm- Wlra.1 nrniiiPTnMnnnmii ' Nw Torkjr Jun .A proposition is.ing tor the purohas of th area recent en foot for New Tork City to acquire I ly burned over, II tlmst that It Coney Island and make it Into a muni-1 wth net coat In exres of tl.OOO.eoo, II Degrees Be Conferred! Western Washington County Residents Want Yamhill to Reciprocate. Voters Elect Green, Republl can, to Congress; He's Op . posed to Reciprocity. June 13 on 131;. Many l4" Alumni Expected. 7 raGMIIOAOf, PROJECT HAS FOES COOS BAY NAVAL MILITIA DEFEATED IN IOWA mm JlllulUlUM W Av'j 'V a , . SfdaI Dlepatc to Tb J.uraal.) i Oregon Agricultural College, CorvaMs, Or, Jun .-A' wek of festivities, ' lnnlng th vninf of Jun T. will clos tlia collet year and mar th gradua tion of the cjass of 111, , , ' I .The program will b opened , imme diately Upon the cloee of examinations tomorrow, with the graduation recttei ,f th achool of inu9. The nett day xth cadt regiment wUl Journey to Port land to Ult part In the Bos Festival arad and to glv an eihlbltion of milltsrv maneuvers on Multnomah field. ' Friday night th eenlor claee will pre ent "Barbara Treltchle." Clyd 'Mob's stirring war time' drama. Th Junior promenade will t . held In the college gymnasium Saturday evening. Thia la th prlnolpal eoclai vent of th col leg year. . ' Sunday morning graduates and their friends will gather at th rresoyienan church and listen to the baocalaureate mum. delivered by Bishop R. t. wa- terhous of Ban Antonio, Texas. II t i i . . 1 J A. , II'.. kh ( ' L.f 'I V. MM'i.SStjBBJSBMSBmfc.WSJ II I HI " I ' nil MWiJiisas1iin (BrwrUl DtMMUh to !. Imnvatl Marahneld.. Or.. June . Th mm In thbre of th two Coos Bay divisions of venlng th CorvaUls churches will meet In th college gymnasium In union serv )c and will again be addressed by Blsh- p Waterhouse. i Th alumni, who are expected In larg cumbers, win toav charge of th exer cise Monday. Th "old grads" will meet in business session at 1:10 o'clock In the morning. Following this the srraduatlng olass of 1U will hold class day exercises under the Trystlng Tree on the college campus. At noon th alumni win meet In the college armory for an Informs! luncheon. Th prin cipal event of the afternoon will be th dedication of the new college armory. The cadet regiment has petitioned th regents for th prlvlleg of dedicating this new building to Major MacAlexan- eer, wno is reunng arier iour yrar. ui enrloe as commandant of th regiment. Th students have seoured a large brass slat conUlnlng th words of dedica tion and will hav It placed on th front of the armory. Following thee exer cise th alumni will repair to the varl- iim hAmM throughout th cltV for th purpose of holding class reunions. In th evening there will be a musical pro gram and Informal entertainment The regular commencement exercises will be held Tuesday afternoon. Th commencement address will be delivered by Dr. C. H. Chapman of Portland. De grees will b conferred by President W. J. Kerr on 111 young men and women. This will be followed by presentation f military commissions by Major Mao Alexander, commandant of the cadet regiment. Visitor ar already flocking to the campus to enjoy the commencement program. Division appearing- first time with nrw naval rifles. lnth exercise with th. members of th Ck A. R. Th officers ar giving th members instructions In th as of th guns and a rifl rang will b se cured and th divisions will hav regu lar rifl practlo. Up to this time the men were drilled without guns, but have been well Instructed In marching and also hav ben taking a course In navi gation. The rifles complete, th equip ment of the divisions and the members will soon b in good training for their cruls on the Boston. th Oregon Naval Militia hav received their Springfield rifle and appeared with th guns for Th. first tlm on Decoration day, when with th Naval Militia band-of this city they took part LANE ASSET LINE Ti DIM BEGUN First Camp Is Established One Mile West of Eugene City Limits. . LOB INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE IS NAMED CBUft Preie Leiae Wire. Washington, Jun t. A subcommit tee to conduct th Investigation into th methods employed In the election f Senator Lorlmer of Illinois, has keen named unanimously by the senate .otnmlttee on privileges and elections. ..' The subcommittee consists of Sena tors Dillingham, Jones, Johnston, Flet Cher, Kern, Lea or Kenyon. Jones was substituted for Clapp. The senate will 1m asked to give the subcommittee full powers to summon witnesses and con duo t hearings. Th probe will begin at once. fflMriil Dtio.tr to TVi I.srail.l Eugene, Or., June . Construction work on the electrlo lln to be built be tween Eugene and th Bluslaw coun try was begun today on th Conger farm, a mile west of th city llmlta Contractor Oeorge Perry established his camp there Monday and began throwing dirt bright and early this morning. H has 16 or 20 teams and twice that many men. Th country be tween Eugene and Elmtra Is compara tively level and construction will t easy. When Elmlra is reached, two or thre lumber companies which have large tracts of timber in the burned district In the Coast mountains will take up th work and extend the line on Into the timber. It was planned to begin ' work at Fifth and Blair streets, inside th city limits, but the right of way over a few stretches of property Inside th city had not been secured. The Lane County Asset company has a Joint franchise with th Oregon Eleo trie Railway company over Fifth street as an entrance to the city, butt inas much ss there Is a probability that the Hill company will not build to Eugene this year, th local company will con struct its track on that -thoroughfare and when the Oregon Electrlo reaches Eugene with Its track, will us t he track already built. (flpeelel, Mipete to The Joarsel.) HUlsboro, Or Jun I. Thomas Con- nell and 3. A. Imbri. who ar viewers on the rebuilding of th Taylor Ferry road from Tlgardvlll to Rex eompleted th work Saturday and will report to the Jun term of the county court, which meets Wednesday. This Is the rosd which Portland automoblllsts ar raising money to Improve. Notwith standing statements by them at public meetings that property owners along the road would donate what land wss necessary, the, viewers encountered much opposition. It Is not likely Washington county will do more than has been promised, which wss to expend 11000 In case th premised subscriptions wer made. The court Is receiving 'pro- teats from the west end of the county from taxpayers who hold that no money should b spent to make access to Tarn hill county essy until that county takes steps to Improve th road through Mo- Loughlln gap. This road Is th on used by Washington eounty people and Is said ts b In much worse condition than th on fh automoblllsts wish built. (Valted FrM Letad Wire. Council Bluffs, Iowa, June f. Com plete returns today from yesterday's special congressional election In the Ninth Xowa district show that Judge W, B, Green, progressiva Republican, was elected over W. F, Cleveland, Dem ocrat, by a plurality of 1192 votes. This is 700 votes less than the plural ity of Walter I. Smith, standpatter, In ths regular election last year. Smith recently was appointed United States district Judg by President Taft The Ninth district Is normally 4000 Repub lican. Only about 10 per cent of the voters went to the polls yesterday. Although Judge Green had opposed reciprocity with Canada, he was indorsed by Preet dent Taft. Cleveland was an avowed advocate of the proposed treaty. It Is believed many Democratic farmers voted for Green, and that many stand patters remained away from the polls, preferring to take advantage of the fine plowing weather. Straw Hats Journal Want Ads bring results. Dakota's Golden Jubilee. fSnvUI Dtin.uk to The lonra.LI Pierre, 8. D, June t. Th territory of Dakota, was created SO years ago to day, and In celebration. of th serai centennial anniveraary flage were dis played on all publlo buildings. Miss Ella Clark's Body Found. fBneclal nitMtch to Th Journal.) Eugene, Or.. June . The body of Miss Ella Clark, who was drowned in the Willamette river near Coburg, Fri day, was found yesterday about noon by four men on a gravel bar six miles below where the drowning occurred. The funeral was held today. CONVICT DURNEY WEARS AN OREGON BOOT NOW (Salem Bureau of Th. Journal.) Salem, Or., June 6.- "Th Oregon Boot" was slipped onto Paul Durney, a 13-year term convict at th state peni tentiary Sundayafter he, had been, laid out by Guard Walter Johnson, whom he assaulted. Durney was out by th laun- Twentv teams dry building during .recreation hours wlH compete for the large stiver loving Pln Pt coyote's tail and In other utj. th Drtx Offered by th local lod. wy" punisning in ammai wnn a lei ' low Eagle at Capital. rRneHiil Dlnnitrh to The Journal.) Des Moines, Iowa, June 0. For ths first time since the organising conven tion In 1904 the Eagles of this state are fathered in this city for their annual -State convention.. About 2000. delegates,' representing aeries in all parts of th tat ar in attendano. Th conven tion, which Is scheduled to continue for thre days, opened . today at th larg Stall of th De Moines aerie No. 109, An ; Interesting program - has been arranged .try th local Eagles, Including a contest for the exemplification of the ritual, to he'Tield at th Coliseum. It ts expectea that . Sam Swift of - Du tjuque, will be elected president to suo- T m VSram nr-fitit!1 ntnfffl '' y -lit' mi '3 . HermlstoB Pulpit Filled, ' (Special DiTO.ten to The 3owsLf f m.iiwn isr., tfuna o. -ne, xrs. vroom, "who recently severed his connection with the Grangevllle Methodist church and sine then has been residing In Milton, has accepted the pastorate of th church at Hermtfrton, Or, left va cant by th minister going to Europe. -X Ill . Ml , . Schiff Charters Itg. ,. J New Tork, Jun ft.- Th steam yacht lets Is undergoing repairs and will b placed In commission about July 1 for th use of Jacob Schiff. The Isls, be longing to J. T. Spaulding, has been chartered by Schiff for the summer. MEALTIME! But No Appetite YOU SHOULD TRY HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS There is no question but that the Bitters will quickly restore the ap petite, aid digestion and p're v e n t liver Troubles, M a I a r i a," Fever brid Ague.' ' Start today. " ' low convict objected, A quarrel ensued and Guard Johnson Interfered. Durney responded angrily and when Johnson ordered bun to fall !n line, struck at him. with a can. Johnson laid th prls oner out. Durney, a few. days ago, was found with a piece, of lead pipe up his sleeve, the prison officials say. He was sent up from Klamath county for an attempt at robbery. PLOTTER AGAINST MADER0 MAKES GOOD HIS ESCAPE New Tork, June 8. Overjoyed at ha-r- lng gotten out of Mexico alive, Rosendo Pineda, former president of the cham ber of deputies under Diss, who has been accused of all manner of plots against the life of Franclico Madero, arrived in New Tork aboard the Ward liner Morro Castle. It was rumored he would hav troa Vie landing, as th Mexican government was reported to hsve advlstd Washlnjr ton of the seriousness of the plot against the life of. the lnsurrecto leader. However, no attempt was made to mo lest Pineda when the boat docked. "I cever attempted th life of Ma dero," said Pineda, "I was too busy protecting my own life.1 MAN SEES FIRST TRAIN IN 18 YEARS: MOTHER OF 8 HAS NEVER SEEN ONE (Special Dispatch to Th. Journal.) A Wenatchee, Wash., Jun 6.- His first sight of a railroad tram e In IS years was secured by Jack Johnson Sunday on Jils arrival on th down river, boat from Okanogan county, in the fall of 1S9S he lost all he had during the panic while residing at Sno homish. He decided to get out of civilisation . and tak up a homestead, which he did, locat e 1ng 1 x miles northeast of Con-. connully. He bad not been: there , long until h met a young K woman who had driven Into that e neighborhood from Idaho.- Sh e ' had never' seen a railroad train at all, and, that experience Is .re served for'her yet, although sh ' is now th mother of lght ohll dren. . Onlyi2DaysMore oExpansionSale Just a few more days and this wonderful tale will be a thing of the past. Don't let this opportunity slip. Provide Pure Liquors for your friends who come to tee the Rose FestivaL Our wagons de liver promptly everywhere. Rose Festival Visitors Welcome! 650 Bottles Claret i 5c Ea. What more proof rlo you want that this is an un- ordinary sale? A splendid quality of table, wine, ex cellent flavor, for the wind-up of pur Expan- ( sion Sale, per bottle IDC 1250 BOTTLES OF ANGELICA, SHERRY nr and MUSCAT, two bottles for OuC 725 BOTTLES VICTORIA OLD PORT, on f--sale at 30c the bottle, or two for OOC A 0JJ Spring Valley Beer Ho Other Low Prlcid Beer Is SoUood No Other Good Beer Is So Low Priced Don't suffer from hot weath er. Don't feel listless and weather fagged. Be prepared. Phone us your order for a case or two of beer and when you're tired and warm open a bottle. . Spring Valley Beer is mild and pleasant. Every bottle is a-sparkle with vigor-giving en ergy and life. And ybuH pronounce it the best tasting beer you ever tried. Large Bottles $1 Doz. Small Bottles 65c Doz. Whiskey, Full Quarts, 65c '"f 1 800 bottles left of fine old whiskies. Five different brands Silver Dell. Monogram, Old Ripy.Old rf Glory and Atlas Club; choice, the bottle DDC 115 Gallons Monogram Whiskey, Gallon $2.25 185 Gallons Private Stock, Gallon $2.45 620 Gallons Old Reserve, Gallon ..... .$2.95 410 Gallons Old Glory, the Gallon $3.45 Pure California Port Wine fiSc Gal. We have left for the last twelve days of the sale just 475 gallons of pure California Port Wine. While this quantity lasts we shall make a very low price. J Supply your needs before sale is over, gallon ttDC 350 Gallons Sherry, Angelica and Mus- Cffv cat, while they last, gallon OO V 425 Gallons Choice Old Angelica, Mus- CC cat and Sherry at, the gallon. . ... . . . . UOC 235 Gallons Old Private Stock Sherry, OC Angelica and Muscat, the gallon ...... .OOC 325 Bottles of Apricot, Peach, Apple and Blackberry Brandy, for last 12 days of sale DDC OPEN EVENINGS TILL 10 O'CLOCK PHONES MAIN 589, A-1117. Spring Valley Wine Co. 24'yamWnSf.,Bet 2nd and 3rd Portland, Or. 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Ninety-nine per cent, If not every single one will tell you If ssked that It's the best investment they ever mad in dentistry. In many cases wher bridge work is Impossible and all cases whero It is possible, ws can reDla.ce vonr teeth with beautiful, artistic, comfort able, cleanly and everlasting teeth that we win aery anyone, aentist or layman, to tell from natural teeth. For full in formation see our Sunday ads. AX.TXOI.Aal SEkTTAX, CO., DEJTTIgTH, Portland Ablngton Bldg.. 10H 8d st. Seattle Height Bldg., 2d and Pin. Terms to reliable peopl. The new English.; Sennit, fine Milan braid and ; Swiss split sailor styles ""B1BBWBBSS"- The Hat Without a Peer J $3.00 Genuine Peruvian Panamas $5, others ; up to $12; fine Ecquador and Monte ' Cristo qualities. - 1 ' - vvO- I m w&i'&n "Kgv t t: - i 1 1 y? S ' . t ,t 54.. f "i , 7 ' i kV , t i ' VJI 1 1 iuutv'M: f 'Mr f Irh r r llrV'i twfiyA&r aIU- JS'VK' ., -an sf J j;y ! r'ZP ' K UA 7' i Eugene The Human Eagle Will Fly Tuesday & Wednesday June 6 and 7 At Country Club Bombs will be dropped and roses scattered from high altitude. Good flights guaran teed. Take Rose City Park and Montavilla Cars. Admission 50c Grandstand 25c Children Under Ten Free ft ' J& p V " y - " .. i vr, -flit w rfi ' "v;v --r' .'r , . y '