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R.A UtRlTAGE Vocal Director
EMIL L. WINKLKR, Invtrumcntal Director.
BIG PRIZE FIGHTING
To Take Place on Mexican
ANXIOUS FOR THE FRAY,
Tho Journal Will Print Full Report
Ei. Paso, Tex., Fel). in. Jinny
sports nrolwcominu; so anxious about
seeing the big liglit iliat thoy have
declared their Intention of watching
tho depots all night tonight to nvold
being left. It Is practically certain
now that tho fight will bo on Mexican
soil Boniewlicre. It will bo a dash
across tho border and n run for home
after tho tight Is over.
El Paso, Tex., Feb. 13.-Jlm Hull
and Buck Connoly, seconds for Peter
Mahcr, arrived from Las Cruccs at
noon today. iMaher dropped off three
miles out of the city and will
conic in tonight. Dnn Stuart com
pleted arrangements for n special
train. Tho start for tho battle-ground
will bo made at lOo'clock tomorrow.
Pikcnix, Feb. 13 Col. .T. M. Mil
ler, of the first regiment, national
guard of Arizona, has been ordered to
tako command of the mtlltla to guard
against the mission of tho prize
fighters and Is now at Bowie station,
near tho New Mexico line, with
two companies from Tucson number
ing fifty men. Tho Southern Paclllo
is concentrating a large amount of
rolling stock on tho El Paso division'
and lundicatlons are that tho fight
will have to take place west of El
TIIK KICHIT ON.
Superintendent Wado, of the West
ern Union, informs Tub Journal
that theHght will come off Friday at
0 a. in., Pacific time 8 n. m. in Mexico.
CONDITION OF TIIR MEN.
El Paso, Tex., Feb. 13. Fltzslm
mons is In tho -best of condition, and
is capablo of making tho fight of his
life. Ho has cased up a llttlo In his
work, and is only taking enough exor
cise to keep himself in good condition,
nc weighed 103 pounds today, and
will probably enter tho ring very close
to that figure. Reports from Las
Cruces aro that Mahcr has completed
his training, and is also In most excel
lent shape. It Is expected that ho and
his party will leave his training quar
ters nt Las Cruccs today and como to
El Paso, where ho can be in readiness
to start for tho battle-ground at a
Tho pugilists of lesser note aro all
hard at work. Dixon has let up con
siderably in his training, no is down
rather Uno, and is afraid to train hard
for fear of overdoing It. Walcott Is
above weight, and Is trying to work
off three or four pounds which still
cling to him. Evcrhard, Leeds, Barry
affil Murphy are all ready to fight at
any tiino. Barry, In particular, Is In
good shape, and, If Murphy wins over
him, he must work for his life.
FJtzslmmons went to tho bicycle
races yesterday afternoon, and nbout
500 bicycle enthuiilasts saw him rldo
around tho track. Al Smith, tho
sporting man from Now York, arrived
yesterday morning. He will repre
sent Corbett at the ring side, but ho
will Issue no challenges. However, if
any defiances aro hurled at tho erst
while champion, ho will be prepared
to answer them.
FITZSIMUONS UADLY SCARED.
El Paso, Tex., Feb. 13. Late yes
terday afternoon Adjutant -General
Mabrey gave Fitzslmmons a
scaro which sent tho lanky Aus
tralian to Stuart with his eyes
banging out. Mabrey called at Fitz
slmmons' quarters in Juarez, and In
formed him that no matter where he
went, no matter where the fight took
place, some of the rangera would be
with him. If he attempted to fight
on Texas soil, tho rangers, General
Mabrey declared, would at once open
flro aud pay the principals in the fight
the honor of trying to kill them first
of all. Fitzslmmons at once hurried
over to El Paso and declared his an
tipathy to being shot, and demanded
. . , American product of sliver was do
Ask your grocer for Frys featedlnthe house by a vote of -11
delicious flavoring extracts and yeas to us nays.
insist on ccttinc them, Thev The Cr,8P mot,on t0 concur ,n tho
insist on getting um, incy fre) sutatItllt0f wa8 dcfcat.d
will please you. Ut 10c 25c ,n the cojnmittco of tho whole, by
absoluto protcpllon, without whlrh
ho would not fight at all. lip and
Stuart had a long conversation, and,
at Its close, Fitzslmmons mounted his (
wheel and with an apparently easy
mind started back, sayinp ht Mas at-1
lsficd to take the chances.
The nil-pervading fear of the law
which has possessed Fitzslmmons ever ,
slnco he became, entangled In It for
L-lllltirr frm Tllri!flnn.'t Kvrnnnen. mm-
mBaaa(Q wia &- V J ts a UM f lilt. J
make him take tlio.latid ho took at
Little Bock last fall no light unless
absolute protection Is guaranteed
him, although ho has kept quiet on
that point up to date.
WHKKK TI1KY MAY FIGHT.
El Pabo, Feb. 13. A cable was
received from the National Sporting
club, London, offering a purse ofXloOi)
for x fight between Fitzslmmons and
Mahcr, and allowlttg each 100 for
expenses. This offer stands In case
no tight is pulled olf hero.
El Paso, Tcx.,vFeb. in. Buck
Connolly, one of Mnhcr'n seconds, has
just reported that localise of trouble
with Mahcr's cyclic will be unable
to enter tho ring tmnorrow.
A federation of tlie chinches of Eu
gene for united Christian work has
Tho state central committee of tho
pcoplo's party has fixed the datu of
the next convention for March 20, to
be held in Salem.
Tho Southern Oregon Jockey Club
will hold a race meeting at Central
Point, commencing May 13. This will
bo tho opening meeting of the North
TJio sheriff of Morrow county has
announced that ho will give $."0 re
ward for tho arrest aud conviction of
tho robbers who held up J. C. Hart,
tho 0. 11. & N. agent at Hcppnor, last
Two of the four prisoners In tho
Eugcno jail cut through tho board
wall Monday nnd made their escape.
Tho Jail has soveral Iron cells, but It
was not thought necessary to conllno
tho prisoners therein.
Prof. D. Lcppert and wife, United
Brethren evangelists, gavo a concert
In tho UnltW Brethren church
In Hood lUvcr last Saturday. Thoso
who heard them aro enthusiastic In
praising their gospel-slnglng.
O, T. Griffith & Co. have sent 3000
pounds of leather to HarrLsburg. Tho
leather, which Is for tho SanFranclsco
market, had been placed in tho ware
house' at Eugcno for shipment by
steamer, but was sent to Hnrrisburg,
as tho boat did not rcacii Eugene.
The Southern Pacific company may
build a roundhouse and repair shops
at Crcswell, In Lane county. Tho
company Is at present making Crcs
well tho distributing point for tho
products of their nrcosotlng plant at
Latham, and has acres of ground
covered with tho "doctored" tlmbors.
C. C. Cunningham, of Milton, who
has been 6cnt to jail for Belling liquor
without a llcciiBo, has also been
bound over to tho grand jury, on it
charge of selling liquors to minors.
It Is said that tho pcoplo of Milton
arc ready to filo 25 or 30 inoro com
plaints against him for selling liquors
to minors should Cunningham romaln
Niagara Falls Dry.
NiAOAitA Falls, N. Y., Feb. 13.
For tho first' time In half a century
mo American aiis practically ran
dry today. By tho formation of an
lec bridge or dam, about half way
across the river, tho water was almost
entirely diverted to tho Canadian
falls. Tills morning It was possible
for a time for a man witli a plank to
have walked from tho main land to
Goat Island without wetting his feet.
In the Senate.
Washington, Feb. 13. Consider
able of the deficiency bill was contin
ued during tho afternoon in tho sen
ate, there being a long debato on tho
expenses of courts. Tho bill was
passed. A motion to to tako up tho
tariff was defeated. Yeas, 21 j nays,
Baltimokk, Feb. 13. The llfo sus
pension of Titus and Cabannchus
been reconsidered by tho Nntlonal
League of American Wheelmen, and
the racing board has refused to reduce
it to one year. The convention has
adjourned sine die.
Coin Amendment Defeated.
Washinoton, Feb. 13. An amend
ment to the bond bill to coin the
KILLING IN CQREA
A Norwegian Explorer Finds
the North Polo,
ON HIS WAY TO RETURft.
Venozuela Will Submit Proofs of
Yokohama, Feb. 13. Advices Just
lecelvptl from Seoul, tho capital of
Coiea, say that an uprising took place
there Tuesday, February 11, during
wnleh tho premier and seven officials
were murdered. Tho dispatch says
the king and prince sought shelter in
tho Busstan legation. It Is stated the
king has ordered the ministers put to
'Pll .V llllliflwwl thinnlnii miltniiii .t1
marines aro now guarding tho lega
tion of that country.
t FOUND THE POLK.
St. PKTEiisuuita, Fob. 13. A tele
gram tccelved today from Irkutsk,
Siberia, says a Siberian trader named
Kouchnnrcff, agent of Dr. Frldtjcf
NatiBon, tho Norwclgan explorer, who
sailed ou Juno 21, 1803, for tho Arctic
regions, found laud there, nnd Is re
turning townrds civilization.
may hi: cokkkot.
London, Fob. 13. It Is pointed out
licie in well Informed circles that If
tho news of Dr. Nansen. returning
from tho North polo turnH out to bo
coirect, It Indicates that the uxploiur
made his way back to Now Siberia
Troni tho Arctic regions, and Is thoro
awaiting favorable conditions beforo
commencing tho homoward Journey.
Kouchnareff, agent of Manscn, who
has received the information that the
explorer has found tho polo, and Is re
turning, Is Dr. Nanscn's dog supplier.
Ho resides near tho mouth of tho
Lena river. Pcoplo or that locality
pay frequcntvlslts to Now Siberia,
and ho may In thin manner havo
brought tho news to Ivouchnarcff.
Southampton, Feb. 13. "Wlillo tho
American lino steamer Purls, from
New York, wns docking this morning
shociuno In collision with tho steamer
Majesty, belonging to tho Islo of
Wright. Tho Majesty was sunk, but
all tho crow were saved.
FIFTY LIVES LOST.
Brisbane rlvor has been greatly swol
len by floods. A binall steamer cross
ing tho river today with about ninety
passengcis was capsized. Only Torty
porsons wero saved.
WILL 8UIIMIT TESTIMONY.
Washington, Fob. 13. Through
Scnor Andrea, Its minister here, tho
government of Venezuela has notified
Secretary Olncy that it wljl respond
aniimatlvcly to tho Invitation or tho
Venezuelan Ixiiiiidary commission to
submit all the evidence In Its posses
sion touching tho location of the truo
boundary lino. The officials or tho
government of Venezuela aro now
compiling tho record.
The Convention Hall.
St. Louis, Feb. 13. -The jnoblem
regarding the meeting place of the
Itepubllcan convention of 1800 in St.
Louis will Iw solved tomorrow. Tho
hall committee of tho nntlonal sub
committee and tho local commlttco
will meet In St. Louis ou that day nnd
decide hetweou the oxiosltlou nnd the
wigwam plans. Indications at pres
ent point to the selection of tho luttor.
For n long time tho exposition has
had tho call, but It is now realized
that tho difficulties to be faced aro
almost insurmountable. Tho wigwam
will cost somewhat more, hut It will
havo advantages that probably aro
worth the additional outlay. It will
scat from 12,000 to 1 1,000 people, till of
whom will havo a chance to hear us
well as to sec. It will be well venti
lated and handsomely decorated.
Some Silver Votes.
Washinoton, Feb. 13. Brumin's
amendment to tho silver bond bill for
retention of seigniorage by tho gov
ernmont was defeated, IV to 82. Cor-,
tls, Republican or Michigan, offered
an amendment for the coinage of the
American product and retention of j
tho seigniorage, which was defeated
To tub Pen. Jo. Idlytoii was to-1
day, brought to the pen to servo thrto ,
years for perjury, from Umatilla (
I qlght and Friday,
A Large Clasa In the Public
Wednesday ovonlng was a gala event
in tho school year. Thirty young pco
plo walked tho boards of Heed's opera
house. The girls wote the classic
white gowns, tho youug gentlemen
wearing tho suits of customary black.
On the right sat tho officials nnd board
of education, tho stnto superintend
ent of schools, Hon. G. M. Irwin.
Superintendent of tho city schools,
Geo A. Pcohlcs was a busy man
through It all.
surrounded a large plcturo of Lincoln
and wore tho work of a committee- of
tho teachers, under tho direction of
Principal Smith, nnd caused a great
deal of remark of a complimentary
character, Two largo lings wero
draped oyor tho stage and festooned
at each sldo gracefully dropped to tho
lloor. Back of tho stage wore two
mi ro largo flags, forming a rich back
ground to tho banks of snowy grad
uates. Rev. G. W. Grannls asked tho au
dience to nrlso whilo ho asked an in
vocation appropriate to tho occasion.
At tho closo the II. A. O. orchestra
played nn overture very sweetly, and
Miss Anna Golden, In a lovoly niodlsto
gown of pnlo yellow China silk, re
cited "A Twilight Idyl," In a pleas
II. G. Kundrot now nppcarod and
sang "Ho Was a Prlnco," with a great
deal of skill and finish. IIo responded
with "Mngglo" to a hearty encore, a
most sweetly rendered old ballad that
was heartily enjoyed by all, especially
tho familiar old refrain:
"Now wo aro aged and grny.Maggle,
And tho trlnlsof llfo nearly (lone
Lot us sing of tho days that aro gone,
Slnco you and I wore young "
John Byrne spoko a woll worded
oration "Oregon." describing In ap
propriate words tho character, history
and advantages of our state. "Ho was
warmly applauded, and for so young a
man ho did very well.
Cluis. D. Ford now sang "Day After
Day" for which ho was rapturously
applauded and as an encore sang "Tho
Story Old." Mr. Ford hns not ap
peared for some tlmo but showed that
ho has not neglected tho culture of his
voice, hut Is constantly.lmpjrovlng. .
Miss Olive JIuiinii read n spirited
essay "On What a Girl Can Do."
Every word was heard to tho further
most galleries, and Miss Hnnim has a
clear strong volco.
Boy Damon recited "The .Thiers," a
merry tnko-olf on tho multitude of
secret Boclotlcs. IIo raked them all
from tho A. P. A. to thcMasons. from
tho Odd FcHowh to the Owls, lie got
many a laugh.
Tho young man carried onn dia
logue between a.i old lady and hor
husband aud a lawyer, and It created
tho Impression of different per
sons talking on the stage at tho sumo
tlmo, and young Damon produced
nlmost tho effects of vontrlloqulsm.
IIo was heartily applauded.
Prof. McElroy now played a comet
solo In a masterful maunor. Ills trills
nnd douhle-totuuelng cannot lie
equalled and tho audience gavo him
an encore, something unusual for a
performer ou a wind Instrument. Ho
responded wltJj tho ballad air "Oh
Grace Suiter recited with stirring
martial ardor and yet great tondor-iies-s
"Tho Whistling Heglmont" a
long and difficult selection, to a
a whistling accompaniment or tho
tuuo of "Annie Laurie," Every word
was distinct and Miss Suiter evinced
great jKiwer of expression and was
Miss Adda L. Davenport sang
"Camclla and Rose" and was glvon
the popular receptlonnlwaysaccorded
thlH popular young singer. She was
rapturously applauded and sang
"Little Red Riding Hood" as an en
core to tho great satisfaction or tho
Arthur Booschiui read an original
and excellent class ixwin. There was
more music, followed by an address
from State Superintendent Irwin,
who paid a glowing tribute to tho
character of Lincoln. To the class
"There aro certain periods of time
to which wo attach so much Import
nucothatwo mark them with mile-stonos-rtiuil
thereby designate tho
progress we have made. Whenever a
Highest of all In JLcavcning Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Rffort
task Is doho we fix It In sonic way on
the pago or our memory. Tonight
marks a particular event in the lives
of these young people who aro about
to rccelvo tho ovldcnco of whnt they
have douo In fitting themselves for
the duties of life. Education Is A
necessity In the human race, without
which It is not possible to fulfill tho90
obligations that will ailso In our poll
tlcal, social and domestic situations,
It will hardly bo admitted that tho
school room Is tho only place where
an education may be obtained, but It
Is looked upon as tho most nvallablo
means of fitting one for llfo's duties.
"All will realize that tho prepara
tion made and the expense Incurred by
the stato arise outof an apparent neces
sity for somo degreo or fitness to qunll
ry for a propor relation to thestflto life.
"Tho stnto lives nnd reeds upon tho
qualities or Its citizens, thcrororcgood
citizenship Is the object sought by the
state In all Its arrangements to provide
means within the reach or all pros
pective citizens. Scir-prescryntlon Is
as much a law of tho state ns It Is of
tho Individual man. Illiteracy Is dls
asterous to any commonwealth. The
combined torccs of mental and moral
training, entering into the warp of
civil government, glvo us n political
fabrlo that will stand tho strain of
time. Every homo in this city Is In
terested In this gathering hero tonight
nnd this class Immediately Interested
in these exercises feel that this is one
chapter In their llfo's history to bo
followed by others.
"Or tho future you may know but
llttlo. It Is a realm or discovery.
Hidden In Its mysterious regions aro
mines or wealth and pyramids of
honor, but thoy arc not for you except
you press after thorn. I do not mean
golden wealth but a noblo wealth of
charactor gained by a noblo nnd use
ful life. The world needs you If you
will bo n lawful servant. It hns room
for you If you glvo It tho energies of a
clear head and honest heart. I do not
know Mint It needs any othor. Tho
greatest destiny then Is a pressing
need for additional attainment. Op
portunities arc all around you If you
will solzo hold of them."
There was moro muslo by tho or
chestra nnd each of tho events on tho
program by tho pupils wns signalized
by presentation of bouquets nnd llower
.pieces. Noxt catno tho presentation
to tho graduates of (diplomas by Dr,
W. II. Byrd, chairman or board of
education as follews:
Clara" L. Albort J ulla W. Perry
Oscar N. Blair Walter C. Gray
Ellon W. Fay Delia Osborn
Omar Btttner Otto Klctt
JVUIIIl .11. ViOUICU
Mabel N. Hewitt
Iris O. Haiina
.lohn A. Byrne
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Jerry P. King
ClydJ L. Pojbles
Robert D. Scott
Lcona Mno Ryan
Alvln L. Savage
Graco E. Suiter
Androw Campbell Joseph Starr
Mario A. LaughlliiBortlia E. Savage
Roy D. Damon Dean Wright
Clara Lloyd Rosette L. Weber
Gaines L. Ford
Tho nudlonco filled the Reed to
standing room nnd was one of tho
most rollned over assembled nnd a
credit to our city as was tho entire
graduating perrormnnco. It shows
what may bo done even wltl tho
common school hrancacs, and with
no high school course, and In hard
times when tho bonrd or education is
compelled to ceonomlzo ou every hand
to keep tho schools open evon nine
months or tho year. Tho occasion Is
always a source or great licit pride
and enthusiasm and the bo.trd of ed
ucation and Prof. Peebles and his at
sIstautHiire to be heartily congratu
lated on this most HiiccaKsful or all
Insane. Edgar M. Bryan, aged 41
years, was today committed to tho
asylum from Wlllamlna.
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot Iw cured by Hall's Catarrh
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We tho undersigned, havo Known F.
J. Cheney for the last K years, and
bcllevo him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions nnd financially
able to carry out any obligation mitdo
by their firm.
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