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THIRD YEAR G IRLS VICTORS.
E v n n in ft on D o l l e r *
M i:s Nora Emmel T. A. ’ 06, who
AT THE CHURCHES
. u ., -,
One of the most enjoyable skating is now a member of the Sophomore
W in B anket B all Clam*. P ro m S e e *
ond Y e a r O lH s by a S c o r e o f
I Partles of the season was *'»«> 1 « ‘ class of Willamette University, will
Regular preaching eervlcel at the Method!« churt*
I jfted From the Weekly Index, the College Publication
I J to 9 .
Friday evening by C. Franklin Koch. lead the girls’ debating team which is
e re ry Sabbath at 11 a. m. and at 1:00 p. m
•chool at*10 a. m .; tpw orth League 7:00 p.
The interest manifested in the game The cro* d was congenial, the chap- to meet McMinnville.
Service, Thuraday, 8:00 p. m.
EXHIBITION OF STUDENTS WORK.'
PACIFIC DEBATORS MEET.
Thursday evening between the girls of ons delightful and every one aided in ! Mr. R. A. Baldwin, a former student
REV. H . OOOLD, Pu tw
at Pacific is leader of one of the Debat
German Lutheran Church
Iixc!«llent E x h ib it o f M echanU ial Japan«!»«! (^unxlion T h o ro u ftlily D it e the third and second year classes of the nialc' nB the skate a great success.
Academy shows that b asketball as a-
Those present were the Misses ing teams and a member of another at
The German Lutherans hold lervlces an the lad , M
Drawinft and A r t t'.la»»«» in
ousse*!, D erision Wondered in
4th Sunday« of each month at 1 :J0 p. m.
M a rsh Hall S a tu rd a y .
F a v o r of too N ottalive.
sport is not dead among the girls of ^tearns> Bollinger, Wilson, H . Chal- the University of Mexico. He is still
H . C. EBELINO. Paatar.
Contrary to her usual custom of giv-
The second practise debate of the the institution. T h e strict prohibition mers| Whealdon, H. Al.sworth, Bowie, working on the Ship Subsidy question.
SCHEDULE O r S if t VICES.
lero p 'eton, E.der, Lake, Harbi-
ing only one exhibition a year. Miss college teams took place in Gamma placed upon games of this kind, make
The Athletic Committee has re- Bible School, S u n d ay............................................ IO j OO*
Bain gave a semi-annual exhibition of Sigma hall last Wednesday evening, it impossible for any degree of success son, Peterson, E. Fletcher, Hoge,
communion and preaching........................ii:ooa. m.
Chandler. contly selected a com m ittee consisting Junior
students work Saturday. Several new Both the Philomathean and Alpha Zeta to be attained in the game as a college Hoflraan,
Mission Band.................................................3:00 p m
...........................................6:30 p m
W eatherr.d, Hum
features were added to the exhibition societies postponed their meetings and sport- And if it is dead as a college Messrs. Miller,
range for a minstrel show, the pro Preaching........................ .. ...................................... 7:30 p
this year which included poster work, supplied a good audience for tne con- sport, how can local enthusiasm possi
Prayer meeting on Thursday night.
Imlay, R . V. Abraham, R. I. Abra ceeds of which entertainment to be
E * V . SIAS. Patter.
mechanical drawing, china painting test.
bly be effective?
Much might be
appled to athletics. It is urged that
and a casting from the clay modeling
Those who attended tl e first debate said on the subject, but suffice it to
students who desire to help in such an
Sanday School at 10 a. m. Morning Preaching Ser
j noticed the improvement made by gay that the game Thursday was full of Ferrln, Hope, R. Abraham, Peterson,
enterprise, should give their sugges vice at 11 o’clock. Evening service at 7:30 p. m.
That a number of the students are | both terms in tue last week. The spirit,considering the restrictions placed Bryant, Peters, Mrs. Cook and Prof.
Young People’s Meeting held at 6:30 p. m. Mid week
tions, appropriate songs, or anything service on Thursdays at 7:30 p. m.
Cook acted as chaperons.
taking an active interest in poster work teams took their own sides of the upon it.
REV. H. W . BOYD. Pastor.
that would aid in making this enter
and are making rapid progress was question, and this (not, together with
Y . W.
The game was not one sided. In-
tainment a success, to this com mittee.
clearly shown. The poster class has
added preparation made the de deed all of the girls played well. The
Qj, Grenfell’s work in Labrador was Seventy-five dollars is needed to meet
There will be preaching services In the Free Metho-
not confined itself to mere poster work bate veiy interesting to the hearers,
third years perhaps showed better team the subject of last week’s meeting. Pacific’s athlet’c undertakings.
list Church every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
but also to reproductions in crayon of The rebuttal work, which was very sat- work and were evidently more versed
REV. H. K BOWMAN. Pastor.
proved one of deep interest. Miss
IN QUEST OF AN HEia.
landscapes, figures and to pen sketches I jsfactory, showed that the men are get- in the game. T he v.ork of M:ss Goldie Peterson, the leader, gave a
To most observers the exhibit was a tj„ K t|,e question we!! iu hand.
The Avery for the second years however
Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
sketch of Dr. Grenfels’ life. An The Great Napoleon and W h a t Might
st the Christian Science Hall. 115 South Fifth Sheet
revelation of the possibilities in this judges for the evening were Prof, almost counterbalanced this and at Oxford graduate with promise of a
Hav e Been.
Hml Josephine borne Napoleon an
line of art for developing an apprécia Chambers, Dr. Boggess, and Prof. Ben the end of the 1st half the score was brilliant future as a physician. He
heir the history of France aud In
tion of the beautiful, and much credit Kori; their decision was in favor of the 9 to 6 in favor of the 3d years. The gave up his plans to work among the
deed all ¿Europe must have heeu very
is due to Miss Bain for her success in - negative. After the debate the faculty second half did not change the relative p 0 0 r fisher folk of Labrador,
different. In the hours of triumph
after Wagrani Napoleon realized that ¡<eal Estate and Corpo- OFFICE over
bringing out this expression of feeling, members who were present critized standing of the seore, the final points
Instructive papers on his word and had the young Herman fanatic who
»non Law a Specialty. Hines' Store
The exhibition, however, was not ¡i)e debate and various parts of the ar- being 12-9 in favor of the third years, i the people were given by Misses Flor-
hud come to attempt his life been suc-
confined entirely to po tsrs but in- gument used.
Miss Koerner sustained a severe ankle ence Templeton and Grace Thomas, c w fu l in his mission one thrust from
that vulgar kitchen knife which the
| sprain during the game and her place , Selections were read from Dr. Gren- ,n(1 cont.eille,i w„uld have shattered all
filled by Mies Smith.
Coach fell’s Parish.”
tilt' glories whose fashioning had cuused
Hahn referred the game.
His life is one of true heroism and such rivers of blood to How. He re
solved upon the divorce of Josephine. | F A S H I O X S T A B L E S
The line up of the teams was as missionary devotion.
The hospitals He would take as his wife n princess j
he has had established are of an im and found a dynasty. Whom should ;
measurable benefit to the people.
the Russian royal house or a princess
V M F A
of another? He slept In the palace of
the man whom he had but newly re
( Allsworth ( C p t ) !
Koerner > Guards <
1 Dr Walker spoke about conditions conquered, the emperor of Austria, and
I and customs in China. The method slept, as fate would have It, In the very
Forest Grove, Oregon
i E Allsworth 1
^G Thomas and effect of binding women’s feet; room In which the heir for whom ho
prayed was destined to die. Under the '
the distinction and separation of class roof of the son of the Caesars he re A general banking business transacted
Interest paid on time deposits.
Engineering Class of 1907. Now doing special
es; superstition, education and briefly solved to marry that man's daughter.
A little whl|u earlier she had heard
work in Mechanical Drawing.
of Y. M. C. A. work there.
BEAUTIFUL GIFTS OF ART
At the close of the meeting a class against the French und hud written
c'uded a number of plates from the
ADDRESS BY REV. N0DELL.
for the study of China was organized to her father: “We have heard with
M is» K a rn b a m P r e s e n ts F a m o u s
great Joy that Napoleon was present
ri»ecbanical drawing classes in both
with Prof. Chambers as leader. The at the battle which was lost. If ho
For the Best, Up-to-date Work.
P i c t u r e s to l l e r r i e k
college and academy. These received
class will begin work with the new would only lose his head as w ellf'
Baths. Pacific Ave, Forest Grove,
I lilitqs «>f lb«-. N ation and of
much favorable comment on account
semester, and will use Smith’s “ Uplift The writer of the words became, ten
tl>«! D rink E v il.
A. I. Wirtz, Proprietor
tnontlis after the French troops entered
of their neatness and accuracy. Miss
Any gift to the institution is always 0f China.”
Rev. N jd ell representing the Anti- a source of pleasure to the students j
Sewell exhibited several oil sketches
man whose death she now wished,
S . A . M o u lt o n
taken from the campus and Miss Inez Saloon League gave a very interesting for as long as they are in school they
She was the granddaughter of Marie
Miss Hartley wa« in Portland Friday,
Luce a cast of Dellia Robbia’s ‘ ‘Sing
can either use or enjoy it. This is 1 Principal Bates was in Gaston Fri-
Napoleon believed It would be the sal
o n s o r l a li s t
ing Ange1. ”
Mrs. B u b e r’s work w n chapel exercises.
especially true with regard to the gift day.
vation of France, A man wiser In the
T h e subject of Rev. Nodell’s ad
represented by several hand painted
of ten beautiful pictures by Mi s Farn-
Miss Whealdoa ’ 3 sister spent Sun- matter than himself had pointed to a
Russian marriage, foreseeing renewed
p o re « t O ro v e
dress was “ T he Sacred Things of the ham. These pictures, which are uni- j day wjtfi fier-
cups and plates.
hostilities with either Austria or Rus
Miss Marv Heidel’s “ Boyhood,” Nation.” and it was characterized by ! j formly framed in dark bro.vn frames,
Miss Frances Abernethy was out sia. Napoleon, he said, knew bis way
Miss Silverman’s “ Oasis” a n l Miss «leep ea-nestness and intensity. The ‘ have bee'p hung in , he ,OTer corridor
to Vienna; he doubted whether he knew R , I N I X O r s , D e n t i s t
from Portland Saturday.
the road to St. Petersburg. Napoleon
Hawley’s “ Golden Hour” received a sacred things of this nation as outlined anfl the reception room of Herrick
Forest Grove, Oregon
A. C. Allen visited his “ cousins” chose to find, ns he afterward said,
The pictures add much t0 the
great deal of admiration as did also the briefly by the speaker are our manhood , Ha„
that the marriage was but an abyss
in Hillsboro Thursday.
«ifw* nfteth of H niev’s store. OfflC*
»trewn with flowers. The mnrrluge OFTICK Three
poster work o ’ Miss Christine Wilson, m.l womanhood, our hom e., the cradle , beauty o( the furnishings and the insti- j
hours fron- w A M. lo 1 P M.
Miss Ruby Wilson, Miss Avery and the flag, and the c.oss. E ic h one of tution feels greatly indebted to Miss I
sian campaign and to the breakup of
iting him for the pist week.
these th ugs is of vital force in our na- I Farnham for her gift.
Miss Zumwalt an l others.
bis empire. His ruin began with his
HANCOCK & GORDON
E. W. Haines Bank
City Shaving Parlors
B«! C h ee rfu l.
We have no use for people who are
continually fretting. This in some be
comes habitual. The weather never
suits them. The climate is trying. It
is too hot or too cold. It is as com
mon as the air to hear the people
grumble. Watch an ordinary coming
together of people and see how many
minutes it will be before somebody
frets, that is, makes more or less com
plaint about something. It is simply
astonishing how much annoyance and
discomfort may be found in the course
of everyday living. Some people al
ways seem to be hunting for deformi
ties, discords and shadows instead of
beauty and harmony, and light. How
true it is that if we are cheerful and
contented all nature smiles with us;
the air seems more balmy, the sky
more clear, the earth a brighter green,
the trees have a richer foliage, the
flowers are more fragrant and the birds
ling more sweetly. A habit of cheer
fulness enabling one to transmute ap
parent misfortunes into real blessings
is a fortune to a student. If the blind
H elen Keller with all her misfortunes
can look on the bright side of life and
write a book on optimism, how much
more cheerful should we be in posses
sion of all our faculties.
tion.al life and thev must be kept pure |
-pbe p|ctures are reproductions in j
( and unspotted iron things tin t can in sepja 0 | the following master-pieces:
any way m u them . Our whole sue- j The Sijtine Madonn, ................. R aphael!
J ihn Peters was visiting on the
campus Thursday and Friday.
T h e local Oratorical contest takes
cess as a nation depends upon them | rhe Immaculate Conception ...M u r illo [ place in Marsh Hall Friday evening.
and anything that will harm them we j Dance p( the NymphSi Morning. Corot |
Examinations will occupy students
must overcome and put away from us. j The F jKhtin(i T em eraire............ Turner |
continuing thio line of thought the Portrait of Mona L isa ................ Da Vinci j
speaker mentioned tne great evil of The N ativity.................................. Corregio j Miss Edith Allsworth was the guest
intemperance and showed how its in The Gleaners..................................... Millet of Miss Goldie Peterson, Saturday and
fluence affected every one of these The Syndics of the Cloth G u ild ............ : Sunday.
sa'red tilings. He brought home to
One thing Pacific needs more than a
the minds of his hearers our great re
Spring.............................................Botticelli new gymnasium, is to have the old
sponsibility to fight and overcome this Surrender of Breda..................Velasquez one swept out.
monstrous evil. His appeal was very
S. B. Lawrence goes to Monmouth
K«ip|>a O t il t a .
earnest to young men and women to
Saturday to attend a meeting of the
throw themselves into th's great con
Kappa Delta society held a very
flict. T h e use of well known inci- pleasant meeting last Thursday even State Oratorical Association.
Miss Koernor has been confined to
dents aptly illustrated the speakers ing. T he program was unusual, be-
| ing briefly a “ clever stunt” bv each her room, the result of a sprained
Rev. Nodell impresses one as an member. They were all very clever, ankle received in the basket ball game
earnest, forceful speaker. He is at ranging from book reviews, piano and Thursday evening.
present traveling through the state of vocal solos to funny stories.
Word has been received announcing
The business meeting immediately the engagement of Chester Fletcher
Oregon as the representative of the
Anti saloon League.
followed the program. This is the ex. 06 to Miss Helen
last meeting for this sem ester.
otado Springs, Colo.
T he Philomatheans met Wednesday
evening at the usual tim e, but after
holding a short business meeting ad
journed until the next evening, when
an interesting program was givtn.
The first number was a vocal solo bv
This was well received
as was also the selection chosen as an
S lu tlio D a r t ) .
The debate “ Resolved; That Euro
Friday evening M i-s Bain and Mis
Luce entertained a few ri nds in the pean I nmigration is Detrimental to j
Art Studio at Herrick Hall. Tn< the United Stales” could not be given
in fill, since one of the debaters wts
greater part of the evening was -
«bsent but informal talks were given 1
in making a plaster cast of one of D«
Robbia’s singing angels modeled b 011 the subject bv Misses Hoge, All |
Each one present came worth and Whealdon
prepared to suggest a name for the ton read an instructive paper on “ The
baby but none
was decided upon Religion of the Immigrant.”
definitely. Principal Bates presented Tragedy of the Immigrant” by Miss
it with a silver spoon. Much merri Holmes told the sad ci'ndition of those
ment was caused by the names sug foreigners who are restricted by our
gested and all those present were immigration laws from landing.
deeply interested in the making of the was well told and held the undivided j
mould lor the cast.
attention of all. Miss Leabo acted as
After the mould was made refresh
ments of chocolate and cake were critic.
Those present were. Miss
Miss Ora Curtis, a former stu d A t in
Fam ham . Prin. Bates, Prof. Chambers,
the Academy, was married last w e e k ,
1 to J. S. Thompson of Catlin, Wash.
Lewell, Bain and L uce.
marriage to the princess who was to
be the mother of his child. All France
acclaimed tho union with Joy, which
was eclipsed only by the birth of the
heir.—St. Jam es’ Gazette.
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Two Infinitesimal white eggs tax the
tiny nest of the lovely humming bird.
The catbird In her scrapbasket-like
uest lays four to six blue green eggs.
Four to six little white eggs are laid
In the domestic phoebe bird's beautiful
and Hnished nest.
Rlue white eggs of the bobolink may
actually be stumbled over as one walks
along the high grass.
The mocking hint, of romantic fame,
lays from four to six speckled green
eggs In her loosely done uest.
Two white eggs occupy the mourning
dove’s home, which stands for the poor
est sort of bird housekeeping.
One of the best architects In the
world is the oriole. Its graceful uest
contains £>ur to six whitish eggs
marked with black aud brown.
«ray eggs with brown spot*
Forest Grove Time Table
Palmer of Col- bulky nest in a tree crotch high above
the ground.—St. Louis Republic.
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