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'Maypole danc and. the teachers "ta -
TURN ATTENTION TO
ViIST SIDE SECTIONS
charge as follows: fiunnyslde,; Aona
Nelken; Holladay, Mary Ulen: Rich
mond, Mabal Moist d; Lents, tloxana
Shroyer; Central. Opal Crecraft; Kerns,'
Helen Knowltor.; Clinton Kelly, Jessie
Johnson; Buckman, Bertha PaJmer; 'i
Vernon, Lena Craddock; Rose City,,'
Rowena Arthur; Hoiman. Caroline Bed. .
ding; AJbiaa Homestead. Mary Kava- :
naugh; Couch, Fay Tremblay;'Ockely j
Oreen, Ida Fisher; Eliot. Neva Pater
eon; Shattuck. Adlna Llbak; Wood
Stock, Edna Owens; Highland. Kltsa-
beth Speich; Seilwood. Leah Gan--
miller; Falling. Madge Cramer; Haw
thorne, Vivian Mlckla; Fernwood. Alice
Ryan; T.add, Johanna Cramer; Ste-':
phens, Merls Wooddy; Woodmere, Lora -Foster.
CLASS OF SIXTY COMPLETES LEGAL COURSE OF UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Take Part in Dance
400 (Kris WW 2o May ola Pans
About 89 Kay roles at Multnomah
Tleld on Kay IT.
Pour hundred rirls. selected from the
seventh, eighth and ninth grades of
II different scnoois, win aanee aooui
ti Maypoles as a feature of the great
Mar festival to be heU on Multnomah
:outh Portland Presents Seri
ous: Problem Because of
Many Dumping p laces.
Urquam gulch is Hit
field, May IT. Nearly 1100 ftcheoi
children will take part la the fesUsi.
Pink and green will form the color
scheme, the girls being dressed In
Robert Krohn. supervisor of physical
training tn tne eonoois, nee announeea vrtn writing or t stllnc so sdwtiwm pir,
tarn scnoois in win iui pari n mo tnrntlon l be jtmrH i. iaot i
.attars Are Betas Seat to Sewa-Vewa
:figintly-OwBiw, Asking Them
' ' te ZmproTa Tbelx Premises.
Is Tom Keene for
6500 Children Will
Cleanup worker started In on the
vest. side this mornlnf, Mrs. Jaaao
iwett captain ef district 1, atartlna;
it' rly with for lieutenant, ttouth
rrtland preeente coiialderatile of a.
toblam to the executive committee te
niae of tha many dumpins-piacea tnat
ave bean reckoned aa nuisances and
vhict are to be made aairttary and
i , Marquem gulch, which la to be made
nto aj park, la in Una district, ana Mra.
wtti City Commissioner llakar and
Uf Donaldson, superintendent of
xtreet cleaning, vera co-operaUnr to
noke.thls a special object of attack.
. j Xiaaaewaera Appealed To,
'Secretary Jacob Kanslar la eendina;
out personal lettera today to a list of
too laxie downtown property owners
tfcMng forth tha' advautagaa of Im
provtnf tha appearance of their prop
erties, And this la expected to prove of
value aa the campaign moves north
ward. Into tha business district.
Mra. Ifarrlett Hendee, captain of
Diatrtet H. tha Sell wood and Wood
titockt (Jietricta, reported a aplendld
cleanup in bcr district yesterday, with
good "returns from Junk galea accruing
to tha school children.
Complaint from other districts that
itinerant Junkmen were not dealing
fairly by the children had reunited
yestaTday In the atatlonlng of 'police
men at the fire stations to prevent re
currences of' tha frauda. The police
men found it Impossible to fend off
tha j unauthorised Junkmen because
they, hare city licenses, but they saw
to it that the scheduled prices were
Commissioner Baker Captain.
George L. Baker is captain of Dis
trict J, Which will be cleaned up to
morrow. H and Roy Keel have laaued
to tha lieutenants red badges bearing
tha icllt words "Cleanup Cay, Eleventh
of - May, District J." This district
takes In the area between Barnes road
apd Morrlaon street south to Terwllll
ger boulevard and Sheridan street,
west to the limits, including Portland
: Secretary Kansler has been author
ised by the Chamber of Commerce
to Invite Fire Marahal Jay W.. Stev
ens, Street Commissioner Donaldson
and v the "flying squadron" of 40 as
sistant fire marshals, to compli
mentary banquet at the chamber
Tburaday, May 1$, In recognition of
their services In "biasing the trail"
for tha cleanup campaign..
Hartford Hoihe May
Be "Murder Castle
Flwtrow, top K. Lu OrdemannrK. 8. McCari, M. F. McManus, W. G. Keller. R. H. Hatfield. Alt M. Dal ton, W. A. niidg, R. V. Carter, G. W. Keilson, Wallace Benson,
Secorld'rlLls'SauTle, R. F. Read, Ixmis Schaeier, C C. Burback, Frances King, GeraWlne McCown, C. H. Hendrickson, O. G. Edwards, Edgar Wirier, O. J. Haw-
Third owG. L. Green, F. W. Hummel, Ben H. Conn, E. B. Stone, Judge O. V. Gantenbein (dean), Carlton E. Spencer (secretary), Henry B. Hazard, Joseph P. Flana
gan, E. Nelson Neulen, C. H. Greene. . . . .j . w
Fourth row lion Wagner, W. S. Shanks, A. N.Doehn, W. F. Smith, Maude Mattley, Grace Arnold, E. J. Sfaglns, Jr., R. A Schramm, F. R. McBrlde. W. W. Dean.
Fifth row- C. T. Potter, E. J. Streiblg, Jr., H.'M. Sherwood, E.. E. Southard, M B. Kincaid,' James West, Ted Lansing, E. J. Solomon, P. Y. Eckert, Joseph Rheude, A.
SixthwMiiler, F. P. McGlnty, George R. Funk, T. D. Stonghton, K. P. FrazerTP. F. Boche, R. F. HoUister, H. J. Warner, Newton Rogers, Robert Kreason.
graduated as students of tha Unlvar
Blty of Oregon.
Judge C. U. Oantenbeln Is dean of
the local law department and Carlton
E. Spencer is secretary of the school.
dies of 48 Xamates Who Sled in 3Last
' Wra Tears Kay Bs Zxaumea to Se
, tersUne SeatH Cause.
' Hartford, Conn., May lo.-,(U. P.)
The bodies of 48 Inmates of the Archer
Home for Elderly People who died dur.
lng tha past five years will probably
be exhumed by tha authorities, it was
learned today. Tha home was run by
Mrs. Amy Archer OUllgan, who is under
arrest on suspicion of murder. The
police would not be surprised if they
uncovered a "murder castle" with more
Victims than the Ounness farm.
Sine the disclosures of tha last few
days several Inmates have been re-
The next to the last class to com
plete the legal course of the law de
partment of the University of Oregon
before the department Is abolished
here, is to be graduated Monday, May
15. There are SO rriembera in the class,
and all will receive LL. B. degrees
The last class finishes Its work
next year and then the law depart
ment here will be permanently abol
ished and the Northwestern Collage
of law will take Its place with prac
tically the same faculty that Is now
In charge of present law department.
A year ago it was decided to move
the law department of the University
here to Eugene with the understand
ing, however, that thosewho had en
rolled prior to that time should be
moved from the establishment. The
authorities believe that the alleged
motive for the charged killings was
gain. They claim the defendant con
tracted to care for an inmate for life
for $1000. The quicker the old person
died, the better the profit.
The body of Franklin Andrews, one
fTJT those already dug up, was discov
ered to contain so much arsenic that
it was perfectly preserved. The drug
store records where the poison was
purchased said that it had been bought
for the purpose of killing vermin.
S brake Recovers Consciousness.
Frank L. Shrake, a painter, who
suffered a stroke of apoplexy 'while
working at the "Castle," at the head
of Broadway, Monday aftemon, is
still in a serious condition at 8t. Vin
cent's hospital. At noon toJay he had
recovered consciousness, but Was un
able to speak.
Police Find Belting in Brush.
Thirty feet of new belting, 14 Inches
Wide, Is unclaimed at detective head
quarters, where lit was taken by De
tectives Hyde and Abbott after being
found In the brush near 1009 Hum
boldt street by 10-year-old John
Davis last week. The belting la be
lieved to have beenolen from some
of the mills In the Kenton or penin
ow Can You Know
J How are you to satisfy yourself as to the real value of the piano you
are about to buy? Can you judge piano values by outsideppearances,
determine the permanence and quality of tone, by one hearing? Do
you know piano construction in plate and scale design? Can you pass
upon the Quality of action, varnish work veneers, and can you trust
your own judgment as to durability and dependability?
J The one sane and safe way to buy a good piano is to patronize a
house of highest commercial standing, state your needs, and benefit
by the judgment, the experience and the integrity of that house. You
will pay no more, and your after-satisfaction will prove the wisdom
of your choice.
J Selling good pianos and giving the best values possible for the price
has been our particular care for nearly forty years. That you can
buy more piano value for each dollar expended here is our firm belief,
and we know that your after-satisfaction, because of quality, service
and appreciation, will be greater than you could expect. !
J Some splendid values in used pianos, at very low prices and on very
easy payments, are being shown this week.
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"THE RAM and the HE-GOAT"
, IN THIS ISSUE
Walter V. Woehlke
David Starr Jordan
W. H. Bull
By FREDERICK REID
An Object Lesson on the
Mexican Border and Beyond It
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Editorial Comment on Western
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