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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAt. PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 9, 1811.
OFFICES AT DALLES
, ,j - -- ' . . v - - , -t
List of -Candidates Is Long;
V : , Commission Plan Likely
- to Be Rejected. :
' 4 . itMrfil Dtaoah to The Jeeraalt
iThe Dallea, Or, Jun t. All th een-
dldate to b voted for at th city
election Juno It. ar w befor th
IV people, the dat for filing petitions hav-
IB Mpiroo. TM cenaiaaiaa mrwi
L), .For nTor James R Wood. Grant
,. Hnvfc. Wllllan H. Taylor.
' vnr treasurer E. Kurt. J. W. Elton.
' ' i Councilman first wsrd thres year
. : rm, A. Meore. 8am Thurmaa; two
years, J. T. Rorick, I. H. Millar; one
- year, T. A. Hudson. Bam pen.
Councilman second ward V. L.
- Hous-hton. W..N. Wiley, T. M. Baker.
Councilman third ward Thre years,
. U A. Schaan. J. U Harper. Jo Kirch.
... hof : two ream J. w. Keontt, Dr. J. E.
It la generally ooneeded that the
charter amendment providing for a eom-
tnisston or em m ant will bo dereatea.
owing to some previsions aa to th s
'onuld be obtained In the city, aa moat
of thoaa who object to the new, build
In are realdenta of remote . parte of
the countr. t Farmer ana rancn own-
era are raiatne- the loudeat ory. The
preaent county Jail la an Invitation for
prlaonera to oecape, aa viaencea ny
numerous jail break In the laat few
- JjOld Staff AO IWnjrard. 1
the Dalles. Or- Jane . The local
school board has re-employed alljaach
era who ware Instructors laat year. In
erease of pupils has warranted the hlr
ln of . an additional Inatructor, wnicn
will make a total of IT hare. A. C
Strang will remain superintendent. : -
Thircllank Stories Art Up. '"'
' BrcM Mapetca ta Tka JoarauL) '
The Dallas. Or., June . Work on
the new flve-otory reinforced First Na
tlonal bank -building Is progreealag
rapidly. The first three stories are now
standing. It ta expected -that the
structure will' be completed" on sched
ule time. Charles Johnson Is the eon
ABERDEEN PARTY GOES
TO P. I.- FOR POSITIONS
(SpaeUI DHp.Ua ta Tea Joeraal.)
Aberdeen, Wash, Jnae . 5ulr a
large party will leave Orays Harbor to
morrow or Sunday for Seattle) U take
the Minnesota Monday for the Philip
pines. The company 'has as Its objeo
tlr point the Island of Negroa. where
the plant of the lumlar Lumber com
pany is loos.tod.-anA where the men and
FOR CHRISTIE HALL
history of the founding Of th Columbia
university. He said that graat rdl
belonged to Colonel Dunn, John O'Shea
and Judge MoOlnn. who raised the
money required to start the school 10
Th new Christ , hall -will be 1 ta
feet In length, with two wings, each IS
feet la width, thro stories In height,
full basement, and -will accommodate
111 students. It Is planned to have the
building completed In Ootober; part of
It wiu be ready for the opening of the
Archbishop Christie Preaches r te WBT 11 "
IhUk Cwnnf a Tn- Sherman a Candida ta.
Ill IIVIIVI VI UIWIl HI w- I DaltsS aaa LaaaaS Wlia.l
;lnmhla Unlvprsitv - ' xwrn t. shr-
lUmOia UlllVUrIiy. Buns to beoome' candidate for
United StaUe senator ' against Shelby
VC Cullom. He bellere th prejudloe
. S .a ..fflA. fuAa.u V 1 aaAa.Aa
impreaslr cernonl.s ware hald yes- -J-;, rZu, XZTmEEZZ
ywsieroay in nonor or mo twjliu 01 onnonent a chanoa.
th ground for to propoeea new enno-
tle hall for the Columbia university. I Bandar School Itocord,
Th ceremonies lastsd a run ear, nl iritm pm lt4 wim.
ginning In the morning with a sermon WtUburg, June .-World's raoord for
by Archbishop ChristU that , wu lis. attendano at Sunaay sonooi is ciaimea
..a . .lis r.t .ttaftlon. for tt was tnanas mce. i. wno n.- noi mii
ttln. MnuntaatonareL tharafora. .th I On young WOmaa Will
Brtnelal Jsau aefor the voters is tnoimeni. -. ine piam i iw ws
nersonnel ' of th andldata and th
, measure for which they stand.-. Of th
. caadlda Us for- mayor. Taylor Is a aortal
1st and. Is ' asking .support on -the
strength 'a of his party declarations,
while neither of the other candidates
la allied ' with a political party. Each
etanda for a better government; how
ever, they hare rather different vlewa
"aa to now reforroa ahall b brought out
Of th candidates for councilman, eome
' are for more rigid enforcement of th
laws resulattns the liquor traffic,
while others favor no material chargr
,1 th regulation of Saloon. Rcgula-
sIm a AtlaAautawl kAiiaaa alait 1st Mfla
mills, on having a dally eapaoitr' of
10,100 and the. other. of 110,000 feet
This Is th plant for which W. K. Mao
farlane, formerly of this olty, Is ths
resident manager U Manila, Thoae who
are to leave are: Mrs. C. N. Merrttt
end young son, Delbrt; Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Tllton, Miss Ball, N. Oloblnsky
snd dsughter. Miss Cora; Mr. and Mr a.
E. Mohler, all residents of this city
snd Hoqiilsm and Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Oloblnsky. who will com from the
east and Join the others In 8eattle. Mr.
Mcrrltt who will be maater mechanic
for the two plants, has preceded the
other, and la already at his destina
tion. N. Oloblnsky will b th general ,
In fltA Mimlfiv ltlnit anil will
likely become an Issue before th elec- manager for th two plants on ths Islsnd
tion is over. Bom demand that thy of Negros. and Miss Ball Vlll have a
an excellent sermon.
Dr. Andrew C. Smith, wh prasida
st ths banquet, held In ths sssamniy
halL pralasd Archbishop Chnatl for
th great work he had don ana re
viewed th rapid advancement f Colum
bia collate. .
John M. Oaarln. who stuieet .was
"Th BduoaUonal System f th Holy
Cro, made as Interesting addraas, as
did Rev. Edwin T. OH are. who told f
th development of th Cataoll school
Rev. Father Joeepa OaHarher, pres
ident f th collage, ehoee for hi mb
loot "Th Hop of Columbia,- aiaa
masterful addreea and paid tribute to
tho who had com to th aid of th
lnetltutlon when It was needed.
Fred V. Hoi man msds short talk
on "Th Educational Advantages In Ore
gon," after which adjournment waa
taken to the campus where sod was
turned and the first ground broken for
ths foundation of the new building.
The flrat spadeful of sod waa turned by
Archbishop Christie, followed by Presi
dent Qewiagher, Judge Munly, Dr. A. C.
Smith, Colonel Dunn, John If. Oeartn
Archbishop Christie then reviewed th
at th East Liberty Prasbyterlan Sab
bath school sines March, 1111.
Lawyers Use Harsh Words In
; ' Arguing Seattle Police
V N Graft Cse.
Waited rraa, teased Wire.
Seattle. Jun .John V. Murphy,
prosecuting attorney, made th, closing
argument In the Wappenstsln trial this
morning. Shortly after 11 o'clock the
oass went to th Jury, The defense eon-
eluded Us arguments lets yesterday aft
ernoon. Will 1L Morris severely ar
raigned "Old" Tupper. fti' state's sur
witness, who teatlfled In dlreat words
that Wappnateln received a 11000 bribe
from hlra en August I. 1110. ' Morris,
referring to "Old1 Tupper as a tsnder
tola character, characterised him aa
"th boss.drek In a polluted pond in
habited by a, lot of questionable Char
actera" ! ' .
On the other hand, Special Prosecutor
Rummens . ridiculed the story or n,a
Bonn of Aberdeen that he repaid him
10 year debt Juat at the time the alleged
bribes - wsre given to the ex-chtef. In
order to explain Wappenststn's heavy
bank accounts In 1110. Ha referred to
Wspponsteln as an qwner of question
able resorts. ' -
Ctottlnc Lonaaonio, "Cop" Quits., '
' (Oaltad'tvaas Leeaa wire. I
Newark, N. J June 0. Daniel T. Hag-
erty today Is an ex-pollcsman. After
three hour on his beat he got so lone
some thst hs telephoned his resignation
aa went bom. .
For Talking Machine Owners
uvery owner or a. victor ana or
Columbia dlao talking machine is en
titled to one of ths laUat doubl sldsd
special publicity record free by falling
at our new talking machine salearoom,
econd floor, El lers building, Seventh
and Alder. ' ; e
BRITISH SCIENTISTS ' "
EXPERIMENT ON PLANES
" -Vtaltad rraea taaaed Wri,H' '?fJi
a London. Jun . Contending that th
human factor has to be relied, upon too
much In ths uss of all .enisling aero
plane, ths British :war offlcs todsy
placed In th hands of m special -aclen
tlflo ataff at ths nntlonsl .pliysloal. Ib
oratory a serle of Important teata In
th development of mIMUry machine.
Th government I determined not to
b outdone by Ftanoe, Italy and , other
oountrlea In encouraging airmen In the
development of a type of aeroplane
adapted to military requirement. Ex
perlments wilt now be directed towsrd
ths production of a war aeroplane moa
automatically stable in flight than any
biplane , or monoplane now In military
.' : . . "' i .. iv ' v
. StAraa Tl Held. 1
. . fllnlte NN Lease Wire !
Manila, June I. A atowawsy Is being
held here for Identification by the su-
thoHtles. He Is thought to b' "Peter
ths Painter," wanted In London for th
part hs Is alltgsd to have played In th
anarchist club riots la Sydney street. . .
be driven out of ths city, while others
Insist that there should be a restricted
district whll still others want to let
these place remain aa they era
poaltlon aa atenographer.
1 GOES OUT
At DALLES EXERCISES
Younger Writes Bong.
Decatur. 111.. "Days Thst Are Psst"
Is ths title of a song by "Cols Younger,
associate of Jease James, now being set
to mualo by Mai Gill of Decatur.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
Tin Kind Yea Win Ahrajs Bcsjht
; f v (8tmH1 Mmetefe ta Tba JoaraiLi
ti Th Dallea, Or, Jun I. On Jun If
Th Dalle High school will graduate
Hs largest class yet The members
' are: Margaret Belat, Ellen Coffey,
Leon , Susan Egbert, Dorothy Gray,
- Alta E. Hockeramlth. Minnie M. Coff
in an. Gladys . Law son. . Oertruds Long
' mire. Clara E. McCord, Minnie Patter
son, France L Stogsdill, Viola Wolff,
J. O. Douthlt, M. Orlan Egbert Arthur
A. Harrlman. M. Clinton Jslelson. Ray'
raond B. Oatrander, Manton E. Treadgold
ana Kinei xon. c 'v
- v Th graduating exercises will be hald
. In th Vogt opera house, and will be aa
follow: Invocation, Rev. D..V, Poling;
oration. "Individual Responsibility,"
Clsra E.. MoOord; vocal solo, D. V.
Poling; oration, "Irish Home . Rula"
Minnl Patterson; Vocal duet Meadamea
Carlton William and NyJ. Slnnott; ora
tion, "Th Senat and Publlo Opinion,"
M. Orlan Egbert; commencement ad
dress. Professor J. H. Ackerman; violin
solo. Miss Lucia Barton; presentation of
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dlplomaa John Gavin. Wlimmtiiir'Hawa V
Vogt opera house tonight. "The V
tmant of Venice Up to Date." n
lesqus on Shakespears's great pic
which the cast of characters Is:
ef Venice, Manton Treadgold; Bass.,
Orlan Egbert: .Antonio. Raymond Oa
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Alta Hockeramlth; - Polly, Gertrude
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Thla play is being put on by Charles
Lamb, an actor of several seasons" ex
perience, who has successfully trained
g number of amateur troupea here.
, The Dallea. Or., June 9.' The recent
1 agitation by residents of Wasco county
against the new court house has never ,
, materialized Into any legal action. f
) A petition was circulated In ths City
several weeks ago but has never been
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