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v THE OREGON - SUNDAY - JOUHNAL. PORTLAND, SUNDAY rcniriHO, SSPTr::rr? 8. It: X
,'-? ? r.''.Vt- tV''c COtnWht ISO, by A Imjew UmihwJ
USB? DOES IT PAY?
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1. A "man -will spend tvrenttMlve dollar en 1
4 X -. a fUhina outfit, ' . " , ' '.. ' "
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9Jrmj mg invito- iwr w(i vu.tnyj .vp;.., - X
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, i 1 .', - 1 Hrr-V- y V '-".-
LThm alt all day -In the brolllna hot Milk 7
bo oaten ally by moaqMltooa ana oundry po
Tenoue Inaoeta," ' , -T "":,... .--v
4w In ordar to oatoh a fow pounda of . flah i f
that ho ooHid buy at tha markat for twentyflvo
canta." 'OhrwhAra'' tha UMrcwowit payTj
8200,000 LOOT II
FIVE DAYS :
New m York ; iri'; Crip of Daring
Burelar Band Whbs Rob
T v beries Ar Trtmendous.
SKILLED EXPERTS. WHO
' LEAVE NO CLUES ABOUT
Ransacking thc.Hamt of Aymic Waa
Biff est and Boldo'at Singlo Bob
-bery- ot m Residence Ever Reported
iik Manhattan. , ; .
Pateraon Woman Is Arrested and
Calmly Confesses to Having i
- 'Committed Bigamy. :
i ADMITS FIVEf WEDDINGS
, - WITHOUT ANY DIVORCES
, She . It Thirty, petite and Pretty,
' : Say the World Owes Her a Home
, as She Did. ' -V . h
BmcU1 Dtopctdi fcj Lmm4 Itlr to Tk oaraal)
Nw Tora, Sept 1.- Mra. Chabbencu-Barnea-Abner'-lToreBt
' was arrested to.
- nltht In Pateraon. Nw Jeravy. Shd ad
' mlttad lira bisamous marrtaaa.
- ThU woman of aeveq known buabanda-
, waa arraated at her handaomeljr furr
niahed home at ro. 17 Hamburf arenue.
. Pateraon. on ' Jnformatloa fumlahed tha
- Bollca Jbr Jaraea Foreat, a all k worker la
tha Adee mm, and Michael Chabbenou.
. ' a rrench-Canadlaa ot LambertvUle, New
J tamer, the'la-at aod one or the earliest
i husbands of their remarkable wife. -
Of petlta and comely flcura, some St
odd years old,' a pronounced brpnetta
v type of much beauty. Mra. Chabbenou-
- Hamea-Abner-Forreat presented an at
tractive picture as she sat In tba prta
.; oner's dock of Police Magtatrata Cohen's
-. office today.. . -a ,c i, '.
Calmly she heard the amasing charges
-of her lllea-at aaarltal relatione.' ; She
i aer winced aa the aworn depoaltlona
r.-ef Chabbenou and .Forrest told of her
marriages to them,- to Milton Barnea
7 and to Charlee Abner, a farmer living
.near pateraon. :t.-.-i a j '-
Neither did aha display . any algn
" when evidence was ' submitted to the
' magistrate that she had .jnarrled at
. '; least two other men In Bucks county.
Pennsylvania, prior to her marriage to
; ". Chabbenou. - t- r-. :'
"Do you deny that' you married Chab-
benou, Barnea, Abner and Korrestr
queried the police Justice. i ..
"1 do not," answered, the woman. "I
married the men and t freely admit
... that 1 did not obtain divorces from, any
. of them... , "'"-i1
". "If It ll of interest.. I also admit
that I married another man living In
few Jersey but I will not espos hla
name and get him Into trouble." j
' When aakaA If. aha Ka i.n
f. iwo. men; Hying near Hope. Pennsyl.
4 w' f'
van la. the woman looked tba .'. Judge
calmly in the face and said: -
. ''I am not compelled to answer." It Is
not necessary. - I have admitted that I
haiva married Ova men. , la that number
-Jil : tell yotilhr world oweo me a
home. It's due me, and it makes no
difference to ethers how I secure that
home. I married thear tnfiand I left
them -.. because of cruel and Inhuman
treatment.!-have Hved and -1 have
loved. ,J '
"I have left those who have treated
me shamefullyand married others who
were no better. It la all a trivial mat
ter and ahould concern me 'alone.1
When Magistrate Cohen announced
that he would hold 4 Mrs. - Forrest r In
ll.oeo Bail for the grand jury which con
venes on . September 10. the woman
burst Into teajra and said that the sum
was too -much for a "minor' offense.
She", waa led weeping from the court -room
Into the Jail end there .becoming
calmed down, dispatched a' telegram to
her . father, who ia employed by the
Pennsylvania railroad at New Hope,
BAJMFtLVS RULING dFFi
--.MEETS WITH APPROVAL
(Special Plapateb byUeeed Wire to Tat Joaraal)
New TOrk. Bept f.The ruling off
the turf at Saratoga of Jockey Balrd
and hla managei?VNlcholaon, has ex
cUed much comment. ' : TheJatter ' la
more to be blamed than the hoy for the
erratic Jockeyshlp of Balrd, and ilja
good to reama. that therttewarda, in
their Bunlshment meted out to both of
fenders, especially' noted thai they' held
Nicholson more culpable man tne ocsey.
. It ia certain a aertoua case waa made
out agalnat Nicholson, aa tha steward
used the words '"ruled ofr In-hla case.
It la 'rarely tha ease that turf Jobbers
are aa emphatically denounced by rac
ing official. The penalty visited upon
the convicted manager means that his
place la outalde the gate of every repu
table racing associations In thla or any
other country where reciprocity exiete-
Nloholson'a worst offense waa In claim
ing an apprentice allowance under false
Dretenaea..' , ,.. ;.. .i
These reprehensible actlona are most
flagrant violations of turf deportment.
as every horse ridden by a Jockey under
a falae ahowlng Is liable to be disquali
fied where the apprentice allowance was
claimed. It Is too late now to undp the
crooked work of Nicholson, owing to the
time limit for such things.'-
Had any . one discovered Nicholson's
offenses some time ago demurrers would
have been filed that would have tangled
up tha result of a number of great races
and auaed trouble to tbousanda of turf
speculators. ...;'.-:-.-. '. ''. v . ..v j
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CHESBRO ELUCIDATES ?
THE FAMOUS SPITBALL
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(SokUI flpatck bL(4 Wire to tai JonrpJ)
New York. Sept. t. Jack Chesbra Itaw
Imparted hls Ideaa on the best way to
use the '"spit" -ball as foHowsi fthe
pitcher must take the ball In hi right
band that l, If he should be anrignt
handod artist end then, moisten - his
fingers a bit.1 Then he ahould look
closely at 4he batsman and draw beck
throw. It Is beat to aim a little lower
than -with' other -thrower If these- di
rections are observed it la safe to say
thar no strike wtlt be' secured. 'and if
the bMtr i""'d iiicklly hit the ball
NEW BOOKS FOR THE
LIBRARY " " '
Btdgwick, Henry ' Lecture on the
Ethics of" ' T. H. Green, Mr. Herbert
Spencer and X Martlneau.
. ' ' . -RELIGION.
Mack, A. E. For Hla Sake.
Wernle," Paul Beginnings of Chris
tlanlty, Iv .
. , u SPCIOIXXIT.. ;
rAduns, H. C. Science of . Finance.
Baldwin, W. A. Industrial-Social Ed
Blaurelt, M;Ti -Development ot Cab
Inet Government in England. - ,
, Clapp, E. B. Courtesies. "
Courtney, - 3U H. Workf ng"jContitu
tlon of tha United' Kingdom.
Dod s Parliamentary Companion. . '
Low, 8. J.' Governance of England.
Mills, W. T. Struggle for Existence.
-Patriotic studies. Inrludlng axtractal
from bins, acts and documents of. the
United States congress, 1S88-1805.
Strong, Joslah Social Progress, If Ot
United Ststes Department Catalocue
of the exhibit of the Department of
State at the Louisiana Purchase Expo
sition, Bt. JUOU1S, 1W4. , ,
' .PHiLOLoar. , '
; Alden, R. M. English Verse.
' Earle. John.PhUolor -of the Em-
Schmidt, Immanuel & Tanger, Gustav,'
loaa. sMUgei-Dcnm idt-Tanger a Diction,
ary ef the. English and German Lan
guagea for Home and Schools. ," . '
v.V.if .SCIENCE. -.., 'ri. 5; Sr:
Chamberlin, C and Salisbury, B.
V ueoiogy, t. i... . a'
v : -' I'SEFVI ARTS.
" Altken," Thomas Roadmaking " and
Maintenance. ' ,
Pratt, M. 0. and Alden, a A. Street
Railway Roadbed. '
U. 8. PubUe Health and Marine Hos
pital Bervlce-Publlc Health Reports,
uwt. vol.. , two parta. i .
?l ' riNB ARTS. " '.'; , v
Benn, R. D. Style In Furniture.
Thonger, Crarles Book of . Garden
Whistler, J, A. Mclf. James McNeil
wnistier; by Mra. N. R. E. (M.) Bell.
i ' .' LITERATURE, '
Clark. S. H. and Blanchard. T. M
jrraciicai i uuuc opeaxing. . - .
Hartshome, Grace, coffip. For Thee
Alone. -':.., ., .
f- HaalltL. WiUlam Essays
Lalng, O. J., ed. Masterpieces of
Latin literature. ... . ;j ;
Mack. A. E. Hetven'a Distant Lamps.
Matthews, J. B., comp. Ballads of
Books. ' . . :;rv
More, P. E. Shelburne Esaays. y
:"y DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. '
' .Behham, Wlllianv and Welch, Charle
p-Medlaeval London. - i - -:
Birch, Q.iH. London onl Thames 4n
Chanler. W. A. Through Julgle and
Desert. - ., ,., " St, -if
Dougall, C. S. Burns Country, 'i
Glsslng, O. R By the Ionian Sea.
'''. HISTORY. ..';.-! .
"Paul,-' H.', W. HTory
icngiana. v. i-i-
tuU LILr.ioTis.ire Orrfar Fotter xt Chi
AgedTO. Wher Secretly Wed"
: . t a Divorcea,',
In most cases If Will turn out to be a
fMUl WMiy-'panigiit'py'tiie'man betiiiid
rar from being an exploded tneory tne
"sptf bair-ao fir-Hi moar pltrhers are
concerned. Is in its Infancy. , If all the
big . league pitchers - used the l-"plt"
throw exclusively there would be mighty
few hit seen on tha diamonds. ,.,
.. About Barney OldfUld.
Barney Old field, the heretofore, dare
devil driver, of motor cars, la ahowlng
signs of having Irlgld pedal extremities
over suto racing. He has announced
flat hereafter he will not drive In races
where there are more then two contest
ants, and he will insist tost -these two
must each start from opposite sides of
the treck.! The terrible Injuries eus
tained by Webb Jay are said to. have
turned Oldfield against the wild racing
he has heretofore Indulged In. HIS
stand J th aU Witt mbBbly aid ma
terially in more safe conditions in auto
racing, In which. It Is certain, there has
beea too much recklessness shown by
vera of motor oars.
Frledenwald.1 Herbert Declaration or
jnaepenaence. i, , -. , ,
Brereton. R. M. The Breretons
eiishlrsi1' 1 ri .
' FRENCH BOOKS. ' V v
I ' "Mgunaswr
- .-'.- II M III i I .
':' '!, Orerworked Babies.
f The London ooonty council announcrg
that hereafter school managers may ex
clude from board schools children under
( years old. .The Hospital heartily com
mends the decision and -says: "The
most serious argument against the sys
tem which has been tolerated so -long
that it is - absolutely injurious to the
children themselves. The brain of In
fanu. under 6 ought not to have the
etraln of any kind of school curriculum
Imposed upon them. . ':
"There is a great deal! of speculation
a to the reasons for the growth of In
sanity. We have -B ooubt-hat-Hiw
development -of , baby intelligence at
school wnen u anouia oe aevotea to
toys and childish amuaemeats la a con
tributory cause- ' v .,,
8peeaJJ)lBatei tw Uased Wire Tae Jos null
jdew rorn. oPu . xnis ciiy is in
the grip of a daring barglai band whose
not within the last five daysfrom rob
beries in and about New irofk have
aggregated almdst 1100,000. Never be
fore In-the history of the: police depart
ment has the city been ao openly under
the hand of burglara.s now..- The burg
lars are highly skilled in- the art and in
no case have they left a single-clue by
which' they can be traced.:" The Tpollee;
who are baffled at every , turn, . admit
thelr. y helplessness, declaring that in
cases the burglar have entered by rear
windows which -the polle are unable to
guard, '--v t-.-. -. -...--....;. ..-..
The police records are being -carefully
examined to ascertain- if - any of- the
celebrated cracksmen have jecantly been
released from prison. The homes that
have been ' entered . bore - unmistakable
evidence, of having been operated on by
experts. - ,.-f---x-'! -J 7 -r-?."
... jtctlng Captam McCauley as head of
the central pfflce has aaslgned every
available man at hla command to run
down thai thieves. ; - '
- In this elty alsws' .prspsrty aggregat
tng ' I1S0.006 in value has been stolen
within the Tain hours.- t.
, The -ransacking of the home of Jose
Aymar. in which the thieVea gof prop
erty valued at 1128,000, is undoubtedly
the-biggest single robbery of - a resi
dence that hag ever been reported to the
police .of this cltyr f v
-The thieve. It ia believed. "visited, the
house every -day. for a week or more,
removing plate. Jewelry and cutting oil
paintings, from- their frames and carry
ing them (oft at-will.- Had not Mr. Ay
mar' butler returned Friday It la pos
sible, that he furniture and carpets
would have' been carried) off. , The place
is such a wreck aa to make ita owner
heartsick."' -. ,'-- -i. .-'c . i.
. The police ahowed some activity to--day
by arresting number -of men who
are' being charged with burglary and
other whom they detained as suspicious
characters. , i. ..:.r ,. ., , .
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(SpteUl Dlspatca by Msssd Wlni t Tbs joaraaH
w York, Sept.--1. A number of the
leading millionaires at Saratoga have
formed an organization to revive the old
glories at polo. Harry Payne Whitney
was elected president-of the Newt Sara
toga Polo club, George T. Smith,. "vice
president, and August Belmont, Jr, sec
retary and treasurer.. ,t
: The board of governors includes Clar
ence H- Mackay, Charles E. Mather, E.
C. Potter, August Belmont, Jr., Yr Am
brose Clark, S F. yon Stada, H. P.
Whitney, Edward Murphy and George
T. Smiths The -field and atable com
mittee Is made up of L. Smith, j.
8. "y onfaendJIdw SrdTfurp'hyrTI'He
promoter or'the new club intend to
spend thousands on groundagrandstand
While the old Saratoga Pdlo club did
much to foster Interest In the sport It,
hud only subscribers to Its funds and
there waa no fixed membership. The
new club will devote, a great deal of
time and money toward the development
of polo, and It will also take steps to
obtain recognition for datea from the
National Polo association. : : -
RED PEPPER THROWN '
BY FORMER SWEETHEART
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(Special DUpatek by Lsased Wire "to The Joaraal)
.New York. Sept 1. Jealousy and red
pepper Interrupted a wedding at Union
Hill today.. Charles Marsh and Miss
Elma Coy, his bride-to-be, were leaving
the house, at' 411 'Union street, to be
married, when he gave a yell of pain and
grabbed the -hand ef May Muller, to
whom he formerly had been, very atten
tive. Miss Coy fainted The crowd of
merrymakers loosened' the hold of the
partly . blinded man and found "In the
Muller girl's palm a pill box, : empty
save for a few grains of red pepper.
The girl was arrested and a doctor was
called to treat the" injured man. ' He
said Marsh had a narrow escape from
total blindness. Later Marsh and Miss
Coy were married at tba office of a Jua.
ttce of the peace.
MISTAKEN FOR BURGLAR
. : 1 .AND FATALLY SHOT
(Speetsl Dispatch to- Tk JoeratL) ' 1"
' New York, Sept. . Mistaken by her
husband for a burgjar, i Mra. Pauline
Bowman, 81 years of age, of Woodatde,
Long. ' Island, - was shot - fafally, it is
feared, by the husband's friend, Charles
Wllle, when ahe returned unexpectedly
irom m vuuntrx laiv r nuij niBUt ana
tried to enter her borne through a win
dow. , wjt ..' 't "'' ' -,
When - Bowman- realised what i had
been done he became frantic with grief
end begged hla wife for ; forgiveness;
She was removed to 8t. John's hospital.
Long- Island City, where she lost .con
sciousness, and the., doctors say' her
-r IThere Badinm Fails, i
New York Cor. Philadelphia Ledger.
The hope .of many thousands, .who
have looked epgneUnn ae a possible
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likely to be blasfed. If) fxperlments,
which have Just oeemr-mafia oytir. wen-
dell C J'Uilllpa, a surgeuit at the Man
hattan eye and ear -hospital, are . to be
regarded aa conclusive. ' He says that
he hae drmohatrated that this wonder
fully potent metal has nO curative effect
whatever In maladies of tha eye, ear or
throat. He discovered that It failed
either ttf stimulate the diseased tissues
In such cases or to destroy bacteria.
..Whether the result haa so general a
significance as to affect the hew theory
Of the value of radium In the treatment
of cancer may not be said with poslttva
nees until other ' specialists have re
viewed Dr. Phillips' wore. ' The subject
of his experiments were seven men and
Women, their agea ranging from IT to 41
years. Each one had a germ disease.
Bacteria were taken from , them and
plated under - the ianuenee of radium, j
The experiments lasted five weeks, snd I
Dr. ' Phillips says that., he performed
them without the least prejudice or pre
conceived Idea a to the possible result I
' HONOLULUfthe capital of the young territory, is in many ways the most beautiful of
tropical cities. ' x . - v , - - 1 j- - - . . ,v . .
TH&NUUANU-PALI, a cliff with, one thousand feeMacei-the-aMa'the backbone
Lixiflije of the Jsland of Qahu is onejof the natural wonderr of the world. -';, . '
rEAKu HAKBUK, the wonderful enclosed locks, where the United States will build Its
luvai iii9ic ravuik uet eiauii, ia uui s iu. uuui iiuiit nunuiuiu.
HILO. the second citv. from' whose bav. surrounded bv trooical verdure, one mav look un
tO-lhe eternal snowi on Mauna Kea. ', t ' - - J . ,
- Vr JKILAUEA, the greatest of living volcanoes, lies beyond Hilo, reached by combined rail
and carriage trip jthrough cane field and fern forest. -
HALEAKALA,' whose dead crater takes first rank for extent, offers rare viewa from two
miles above" the sea- " ; ' - ,( , , . s , . ,
KAUAI, whose rare Valleys, 'great caaytg'saTT4irnpresiive waterfalls, are all. too little
'. knowni calls for a voice of beautv. - f". XV, " - e .
, . Every road is full of striking possibilities a'nd.thc industries, the views,. the people,, the
HERE IS THE WAY THEY STAND
Voles received up to Friday eveiifag in the Journal's Honolula Trip
Of The JottrnaVt
fimiT Anryoon Isdy ever IS year
ef ae mtj be aoalnttea l any tm o
lnks prorioxl by The. Joaraal. with the
-eadorwawat , ef -twe , weU-knowa eltlasae
eC t ltle la which. sfca. reside. ,
XOOVO--Three ladee sgreesble to the
dirtmnt easdlrtatos shell 1-.ssloctsd ta.
efflclally sbdoddos rue wnmer-ia ssca ai
trtct. mm yooag lady to ho ekissa '-tr,a
each district. , ,
ttxA-ZtM rn Other otoettei. eaeb -dl.'
. trlct sbsll vote -eepsratoly. The vote la
on cannot affect the other. Matters prop
erty concerning the district will be settled
; by h wishes ef the majority. The win--
aer sasn save ins nnt ie bum a pvw
if jBsble Jeettead aersell. 7
yomtTH Votlnr wilt - eemmesee Thar.
dsy. Aiunwt I. 1906. s close Bstaritar.
neeonnor so. si s e'eioea p. as.. jsi.
ius B vote winila ooo
after issne. Con pott ent from the
Journal most be noatlr - trimmed.
coupons, whrthee slagle or apodal, must boar
the aa ef the candidate to be voted for.
cbtrrovs ass tmi as roxxowst
YITXB glngle 00a poms, ent from the gstly
. neper, sre goo for one vets, gubscrlptloa
to the Evening Jonrnsl and Bnndsy Mnrnlna
Joaraal, three months. $10. a spoeUl
eonpon of 1M votes (ftsig In sdvsncs).
Bnbscrtptloa to Eeonln and Bnodsy Mora.
In Journal six months. V3.TS, (peclal
, coupon of ISO votrs (pale In aovancs). Bus
serlptlos to the Evening and Bnndsy Mora
ine Jonrnsl II month. fT.BO, a special
coupon of TOO votes tpaid lu adesnee).. '
Buhoerlptlos to ths Evening sad Sunday
Morulas oornsL three months by mall.-
gl.80. s speetsl eonpoa of loO votes -fpele-
in aaesnee). eunaeripnoa no tne Evening
snd BusiItT Morning Journal by mall six
months. 13. TS. s special ennpoa ot SSO votes
(paid Is dvnee. Buhacrtprlon to - the
Evening and Buoilav Morning Journal h
mall 13 months. IT.OO, a epeclal ennpoa of
TOO votes (paid lo advance). Betal-Weekly
Joernal, ft.BO s year, apodal eoapo et 10
, votes (paid-la advance). ,
I aJUITIHV I IW im uiviuii ,,,'....,,,..,
(Voting nlace. The Dalle, recorder' office.) v
. j aniwo oioiia i'iartiun, nuva MTor, vrvxwil 4 ...
rhii 1 aaiaa Laura. i.mrar, . nuwi mvor, urragn -...,,.,......'
ii? I ' ' (Voting place. Hood River. Wright'a atore. " , .
jmiaei r nn rnvr ueui fan ai iiiiiuii, j ?kuii
(Votlnf plac, Arlington.' Brtiharo'a oonfctfontry tor.)
- J, r';;:piatrlc:'So'. . 4 ' 1." v :
xnise jiaiiie rtarion. rrnaer v.iir vrvxon ,
rb-st Surtriot Multnomah and Clackamas
counties. Voting place, Ceupoa Depaita
ef Tha Jonrnsl ofBce. .
eeoad DiatHoi Onto,' - Vswtill and
Wallow aouatle. (,-; ... . . ;
Third Ststriet-kWases. Shensan. Ollllam, i
Morrow, Wheeler and Crook counties.
- roirth District Baker, Orast, . ' Baraef
. sad Malheur oon&tlca, r...: ,
. " " ' j ". ' .' ' :' -u
- riftk Clatriot TolomMs and CUtsoe
" round, Orefon; Kllckltst. Cow Ills, Clarkt.
Paclde, Wahkiakum and gkaswal counties,
;, Wsahlngton.: . .. . . t. ... ;i. r. .
Bl.tk Dtatrlet Marlon. Una sad Lane
. eCiHtiea. -.. v -. . . . . : . - -
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- Seventh IM strict WaaWneton. Tills monk,
T aiolilll, Benton. Polk and Lloooln eouatls.
VI.Mh TMatrlmWrmnrlaa. rVma rCtfW.
-Tnwpi:tn,Jacliatmv Klraattr sndLkr
eouniics. . -
be addrcsw4.t93he. rnaneger-oi
the Contest Department' of The
District No. 1
lf la Mlnnle'rl. Philllpsrdepuly "clerk circuit court ,7X0.t8
Mis Lura Baty, 340 Ban Rafael street ,1, IS
, Mfss Sadie Wlntermantle. City Dye Works .17.2
. Miss Oretchen Kurth, telephone operator Portland hotel. ......... .It, S
Miss Lucy Gould, telephone operator Oregon hotel .,'..,. ...-.,. 11,172
.': Miss Edith' Born, 14f Stark street ............ . ..t.. .......... .11,119 -
Miss Bees Aharon. 210 East Thirteenth street ........ .... .......ll.OCS
' Mlsa Ruth Lee, 6SS Hood treat........... ...10.1
Mine Kallle Msdlaan. I4T Flandar street ...................... ..10.471
Miss Genevieve Holmes, fit, Harrison street ,"..'.., ...... ... ..o T.tlt
Mlsa Henrietta Wlnkleman, 407 East Couch street '..,... i. ...... ,7,444
'Mlsa Marion Leahy. Woodsrd-Clarke drug store ................ S.I70
' Mies Elaa Grlesel, 80S East Thirty-first street .................. S.794
Mlaa Nellie Munaer.. Raleia-h etraet S.147
Ml us Margaret Smith, 14 Fourteenth street S.OHO
Miss Irene Higgins, tverett street ritrrjtjTrr-fri ,....-r;r. .. 8, on
Ml Lura Derbyshire, S9 Water street ...... j ......... r., .... . 1,917
Miss Cornelia Barker, lit. Grand avenue .. .v.. . .. . . . . . . . .'. . l.ilO
Miss Elva Hurlbert, St. Johns. . , ......... ' .....f 2.41
Mies Bopnia ison, t ivy street... ... , ....
Miss Hurs KeaaicK, Oregon City...-.
Jslss . orn jouy, vs first street
.... ,-... .eps
...i. ......... S.Ut
(Voting place. Coupon Department, Journal Office.) ,; ' .
Miss Molly Proebstel, la Grande, Oregon i..V. .-........, ... key s,m.
t voting piace, uranqe, Hteinoera et tfiever conrecuonery.l , r
Miss Agnes Tletcher, Pendleton, Oregon . ..... ............ . 4. US
Miss Grace Hawks, Pendleton, Oregon . .... ... ........ 1.15
Miss Carri Burton. Pandltton. Oregon 2.441
Miss Effle Jean Fransier, Pendleton.-Oregon .... .: i : i ....... v. r 1,9 ?
. (Voting place, Pendleton, Brock A McComaa drug store.) ,
District No. 3
-M laeKmlll CroaenTha ; Dalle. Oregon.
Miss Lucille crate, Tne uauea, uregon
Miss Myrtle Bratton, Baker City, Oregon '.i.
Misa xsinei farcer, ttaxer uity, uregon
0 e e e r . S
Gertrude Tlce. Baker Cltv. Oreson
(Vottns olace. Baker Cltv. Levinrer a drua store.)
' Miss Effle Mse King, Ontario, Oregon .............. .......... v
' Miss Clara Swain, Burns, Oregon., ........,..........'..,..., ,M .
lMiM. District No. 3 1; l-CZ-
Miss Florence Heavren, Vancouver, Washin gton -
(Voting place, Vancouver, 113 Main street) ,
.Mlaa Amelia Williams, Kelso, Washington
(Voting place, Kelso . Confectionery store.)
Miss Katherine Gore, Kslams, Wsshlngton .,...
' ivoiing piace, Aaiima, oiivy oiurv.f .. ' .. ,
- Mis Esther Anderson, Astoria. Oregon ................. r. ., ; 1,101
,Mlss Mary Berge, Homevalley, Washington J TOO
glXTBCou on ne should be' voted at' tha
headouaireni aesrest yon or mailed to the
eoupoa department of The- Jonrnsl, or at
soy point named below. Votes will be
counted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays'
an the totals aaaoaacea to the pshae the
Ant eandldate wlthdrawlaa from tha aoa.
teat cannot have hae votes eotmtad foe ia.
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ninaeianal In voenta a4a-J 2" , -iiainuro, ianr, ur.ra
- . w...- I miss fean savage, .jvioany, uregon
- V , - District No. tk '
Mlsa Uzxl Veateh, Cottage Grove, Oregon ..... ,
Miss Effle. Stewart, Cottage Grove, Oregon-
(Vitlna rflace. Cotfare Grove. Gill's confectlonerv store.) . . .
Miss Pearl Shelley, SaTem, Oregon ,
Miss I Belle Darby, Salem, Oregon -.-r. .Trtji ... n. . . . .
Mlee Mary Davidson, Salem, Oregon ............................ i
Miss Kettle Reddekoop, Salem, Oregon . . .... . . ... ...... ..
Miss Minnie Achenbach. Salem, Oregon
- (Voting place, Salem, Hau' drug a tor,) '. , ... i .
jvtisa Myrtle 'i rant,, wooaourn, uregon .....................
Mlaa Lucy Morcom, Woodbuni, Oregon .....................
(Voting place, Woodburn, Beebee dh Whitman . store.)
Miu Alice iocae, tAiDany, uregon itri
(Voting place, Albany, Dawson's drug store.) - -
.Miss Madge Battee, Eugene, Oregon
Miss Stella Belter, Eugene, Oregon , . . . i- , .- ..... . . t . , . i .. ..
Miss Emma Moffett, Eugene, Oregon ............. . .. ,,
(Voting place, Eugene, Hull s drug store.) .
District No. 7
Miss Bertha Courtemanche, McMlnnvIUe, Oregon ............... t.545
(Votlns Dlac. McMlnnvIUe. Houser's store.)
miss Mane Mostetier, mnsooro, -uregon
Miss Rosa B. Bowser. Hlllaboro. Dregon
tvoting piace, -niusDoro, ecnuimericns stors.l -
' Mia Minnie Roy,. Dallas,. Oregon I71i
(Voting place, Dallas, 8taai' confectionery store.) V
Miss Myrtle Butler, Forest Grove,. Oregon i.,.-m.t,,,i;,;,mii( -114-
(Votlng "place, Forest Grove. La Course's store.) . J - - 1-
Miss Rosale C. Holshelmer, Beaverion, Oregon ............ 1 ...... . 37.-
Miss: Lillian Webster, Philomath, Oregon 724
, Miss Haxel Kennedy, La . Fayette, Oregon tlO
(Voting- place. La Fayette pos toff Ice.) : - .' j
"M nllva Htnttmr- Nash.r. rrmnn , ' ' 'V '
XVotlng.j?lnceewbergCalwelij:ow-drug-atora.) .. ... JL
Mips Cora Spangle, Dayton, Oregon , ... ............ 200
-'---.(Voting place, Dayton, Harris' drug stbre.).:-' -.--,' ' 1 .'"." "
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-Any information reflJlllH con- I -Mia 'T.An Parsley. Roseburg. Oregon
.- i i, 1 1, . i-i a. I ,. s ii wiei .i.rmerti tinnermra, irtann
www. naniwn wui aiiuuiu I . (Voting place, Roseburg. Hamilton's drug Store.)
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ss Jennie Woodford, - Medford, Oregon
.... .... - - IB
(Voting place, Medford, Russell's confectionery store.) ,
Miss . Maude , Berry, Grants Psas. Oregon Ill
Miss Maude -Bailer, Grants Pass, Oregon ............... f 101
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