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THE HKND 1UJM.KTIN, 11ENI), ORE., WEDNESDAY, HEPTKMI1KR 0, ION.
HANLEY HERE, 191 1-
Planting: of Rose is
The Perils of Pauline
Token of Friendship Presented Bend by Portland
.. ... N. G. Pike Makes Address, Explaining
Significance of Admen's Gift to Club
Perhaps the most Impressive cere
mony conducted tlurlng tho visit ot
tho Admon was tho planting ot the
Hobo. This oocurcd Monday morn
ing, on tho lawn In front of tho Em
Whllo tho Portland publicists havo
planted a numbor of rosea nt various
towns, signifying tho establishment
of brotherly relations with tho Wll
lamotto metropolis, this was tho first
occasion ot a ceremony In conncctlou
with tho planting. A beautiful Caro
lina Tostout rose. Portland's olllclal
rose buah had been brought, and at
tho proper place during tho address
of N. O. Pike, tho "Knight of tho
Shovel," C. C. Chapman planted the
roeo In its new home. Then W. I).
Cheney answered briefly, thanking
tho Admen on behalf ot llcnd and tho
.mblem Club for tho honor oonferad
Mr. Piko's address follows:
"Mr. President, Taboo, Members of
Tho Emblem Club and Compan
ions: "Members of the Emblem Club, wo
are exceedingly glad to accept your
invitation, we have witnessed and ex
perienced, your hospitality, your
friendliness, your Intense concern In
our welfare and not niero speech
would convey to you our deep appre
ciation, so wo ask you to pause a
moment amid our hours ot Joy nnd
mirth and by slight token and stmplo
message express to you our real feel
ings. Life is not nil Josh and Jolly;
a fair proportion Is sonso and senti
ment, both fine In their proper place.
And when wo Come to cash In. what
ever la our stock In trade, I trust It
rflll be honored at tho bank of Jus
tlco nnd in exchange wo shall recolvo
a certificate of real sen-Ice, the true
valuo of which shall never fall bo
low par throughout eternity.
"What man Is there so dead to
sentiment or Inspiration who does
not thrill at tho first glorious noto
from tho song bird, or when he be
holds bursting from its state of bud
hood tho fragrant and full blown
"We could bring you this dny from
off your desert thp thistle or the cao
ti which are significant only of pain
and neglect. Dut Instead wc bring
to you the rose, the very bloom of
which creates within the- breast of
man the love of the beautiful. Notice
if you will Ita delicate coloring nnd
tints, Inhale Its charming fragrance,
.and surely you will declare with mo
It Is of divine touch.
. "Knight or tho Shovel, I bid you
A. t. vilantln nf thin rose
and as you mellow the earth for Its
reception. I pray our neans nmj ui-ji-low
for the reception of thoso noble
low ror me recejmuu i uiu ..
deeds nnd beautiful thoughts of our
' "Knight of the Plant, you will re
lease from their confinement the ten
der roots ot our Hose and place them
within their new home and amid
their new surroundings.
"Knight of the Mist, as you pour
the water about the root of this
bush, that It may give strength and
support to Its stalk, may we be re
minded to always extend the glad
hand of fellowship to our brothers
and by a word of cheer and encour
agement perhaps furnish llfo and
vigor to a human bush that may in
time put forth buds of character that
shall be a benefit to all mankind.
"And now, our friends, we hare
brought you the most priceless pos
session of Oregon, the Portland nose.
We trust you will accept It in the
spirit given and remember that this
Hose will not survive, neither will It
unfold to you Its great beauty, unless
It has your careful care and atten
tion. . .
"Had you ever thought how much
like the nose we are. If when wo
came among you you should manifest
no Interest In us, never thoughtfully
giving to us those little attentions so
necessary for our encouragement, I
predict we, too, would soon show
signs of decay and failure, and thn
only product of our existence would
be the Jagged thorns of disappoint
ment Instead of the full blown em
blem of character.
' , "Under your tender care and con
cern this bush should grow stronger
and Its blossoms groater each year.
May this. Increasing strength be In
dicative of the Inoreaslng strength of
our enduring friendship and Its in
crease In buds as the Increase of
commendable deeds done toward our
"And now as with extended arms
wo take within our circle this nose
making complete our sign and em
b'fem, may wo thin day take within
our mental and spirit circle overy
true man and overy noble woman,"
' After Mr. Plko had concluded, Mr.
Mr. Here. Mr. Pike, and Gentlemen
rof the Ad Olub:
"i wnH amine on tho no roll of U10
nii.i. ni.nut hIv waekfi new: and I
nflllcod two truant gulls from Port
land down below tho lawn on tha
river. Thety made mo think of a lino
from one of Stevenson's poems 111
vjhloh ho referred to the gull on his
lawn two hundred rolled from th
sea. and spoke of tho"bord "whose
tfjngs dlspctal roses." 80 you have
come tous; and your wings dlspul
'?'Mr. Pike has referred to tho fact
that some of us are given naturos
that are given wholly, to levity, while
others are given natures that are ser-
tons. It Is tho spirit of tho Hmblom
Club to oomblno tho two In oub par
son and In ono Club; and In addi
tion, we endeavor that nil of our
work shall contain tho olomont of
beauty. It Is the rotor unusunlly ap
propriate that you plant this. Port
land roeo upon our lawn; and we nre
"It Is to bo regretted that tho Hm
blom Club and Its Orders nro so or
ganized nnd so regulated by rules
that It Is Impossible for us to confer
upon any of you any ot our ordurs or
to Initiate any ot you Into any ot
our ordors In return for your kind
ness hero and Immediately follow;
t.tifr 1 tli. n.i In nil tlin nlmtitlrltv
and sincerity that mark tho Order of
tho Honey Hoe, to place that Order on
tho coat of Mr. Pike. In tho hopo that,
at tho end of thirty days, ho will feel
Inollned to make tho decoration per
manent. "In so doing, nnd In tho namo of
the Emblem Club, I thank you, and
thank you heartily."
SISTERS AND LAID-
LAW ARE HOSTS
(Continued from pa go 1.)
score of other odlblo delicacies, which
mot with tho heartiest kind of n wel
come on tho part of tho excursionists.
George Altkon acted ns prosldlng
officer, nnd F. J Shaw, prostdent of
tho Sisters Fair Association, was
nmmlnnni n n wnrklnir nntortnlner.
The Portland speakers were J. K.
Werloln. William naniey, juugo vu
llam Colvlg, C. C. Chapman, manager
f hn T)ntl,tnr1 rnmninrrtlnl nilln.
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and C. H. Mayor. Bond was ropro -
sented on the program by H. II. De
Arinoncl, manager or mo uenu 1,0111
merclal Club, and Slaters most ably
by Mrs. E. L. Waldron, Cloverdale
corrcsiiondent of Tho Ilulletln, who
made most of her remarks In a clever
verso which was Ereeted with appro-
elitlvo applause. Tho Ad Club quar
tet also aUtlod to Uie gaiety 01 mo oc
casion with several numbers.
Tlic Tumalo Entertainment.
After a spin through the lands
of tho Tumalo -segregation, a
oimn. fmir nVlnMr thn nnrtv ronchod
Camp Six, at tho big dam wherd the
1100 acre reservoir Is ncaring com-
Mnilnn TltnpA (hn nTnimlnnlxt H In-
IMVlJUtl. .. ... . ...-.. ...
spected tho works and Indulged In
"roughhouso" sports of ono kind and
Tho fnllnn-lnir nccount of Enslnon"
T.ntirfrnnriTii hnsnltnlltV at Camn SIX.
and of tho impression the Project
mauo upon tno romanoem, -is irmn
the Oregon Journal, and well echoes
tno enthusiasm of all the part):
"Tho afternoon urive leu iinn.
ihrnnirh irlH Innila nroducInK only
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sagebrush and occasional pines, then
dooryards and flowers. The purpose
was to show the miraculous power of
water to transform, when diverted
from the streams that flow from the
mountains into Irrigation ditches.
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O. 0. MilTKIt, SHOWN IN l'lCrrilK, .NOW I'lllMM" CAMPAIGN
Tho photograph of "11111" Hanley reproduced above, was taken at
Ilend on "Hallroad Day", October, 1011, tho laying of tho dopot corner
stono. Tho man seated bohlnd Mr. Hanley Is O. C. I.oltor. Then Mr.
Loiter wbb city editor of Tho Orogonlan; today he Is Mr. llanloy's campaign
mnnngor In his senatorial raco. Tho colnoldonco of tho photograph which
appeared In tho "Jack Habblt" Monduy, was notod by Portland newspaper,
men who saw Mr. Hanley hero again. It Is this picture which appears on
nil the Hanley campaign cards only with his present manager cut from It.
Consequently tho travelers worn
ready to bollovo enthusiastically In
tho utility of tho Tunmlo project,
wnero a reservoir will bo completed
next spring flooding 1000 acres of
land that nearly S3.000 acres may bo
Tho project Is unlquo In two re
spects. It Is tho only exclusively
stato-flnnnced project In tho country.
It Is being built with striking ofllelcn
cy. and In work and results tho state
of Oregon Is getting a fu'l dollar'
worth for every dollar spent.
"Elaborate hospitality was afforded
at Camp Six. O. I.nurgaard. project
englncor, nnd O. Ed Ross, chief olork
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hn, brought Ernest Vnldex, tho cook
fron, Camp 7, to havo chargo of tno
menu. Lcstor uutkins nnu imikou a
mountainous cake, lit pounds in
weight, flanked by llttlo roast pigs
and fruits and nuts In ornamental de
signs. "The offlco forcn had been told off
to catch trout, nnd William Schaller,
Robert K. Simpson. Thomas Cave.
Chris Kemmel. P. W. Iloasley nnd
Oakcs Wallace a boy, had each
caught 20 to 40 that wore dellclously
prepared and served, Hlg welcoming
signs made by tho camp draughts
man, P. W. ncasley, woro conspicu
ously placed. Speakers at thn camp
d'nner were O. Laurgaard, Vernon
A. Forbes, William Hanley nnd oth
ers." At tho dlnnor J P. Koyes. presi
dent of tho llcnd Commercial Club,
presided, and the following speakers
mado addresses: V. A. Forbes, state
roprcaentatlvp, who was- prominent
In securing the HC0.000 approprlr
tlon; Circuit Judge Oalloway, whoso
decision upholding the locality of the
Columbia tabthern bill wai Uler up
hold by the Stato Supreme Court; O.
"Laurgaard, Project Engineer, whose
efficient work was the object of much
commendation; C. C. Chapman and
W. D. Ilarnea of Laldlaw.
A pleasant feature of the Camp 6
banquet was the attractive souvenir
TUMALO DAM UNDER CONSTRUCTION
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program prepared by Engineer I.aur
nrard. In nddltlon to tho menu ihln
crnlnlned n plcturo of tliu Tun.iilo
dam under construction, n nnp f thn
entire project nnd comprehensive
data regarding It. Thn menu la re
Tumalo Ilerervolr Settlings 8trnlnad
1'rojoot AJfalfn Oreon Spillway
Hull Creek Halibut with Cement
Ilaked White Itock Trout a In Dos-
Camp C Suokllng Hooters oxonvatcd
with Main Canal Apple Hiiuco
Lateral A J-tol Mixture
O'Donnoll's Ilend Prtdo lionst
Central Oregon Jack Itabblt Puddled
with llyo-Pass Jelly
Ilaked Food Canal ExplnslvoH
linked Outlet Tunnel Tubera
Dolled and Scrroned Ilorrow Pit
Pickled Lntornl I) Tufa
Special Ad Club Skyscraper
Apple Plo a la Care Wall
Poach Plo table do rock
Oregon Fruit any variety
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