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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 11, 1SC3.
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A Cozy Corner of il:2 Coyc! Ilavclicn I iota!, Ilcr.clula T. II.
A Snapshot of King Alfonso of Spain Saluting the Crowds Front His Carriage. He Is Now on a Visit
v.':''":' - Z"-"r':- ' "'T 'TV : - ; -to Berlin. ; - T ' '
PLAH TO INDICT
ftockefellerahd th Trust Face
j Criminal Prosecution Similar
'". "'" " to the Packers. :
SECRET INQUIRY INTO ' '
bepartment of Commerce Gathers
: Data in Many Eastern Cities' to
' . Turn Over to Department of Justice
Violated Sherman Law. '
(Journal Sneelei Ser-rVel
.-Chicago. NovU, The Standard OU
company faces a criminal prosecution
such as was brought by the govern
ment against tha packers.' The oil
' corporation's relations to tha nil roads
Is being Investigated In Chicago by
special examiners who have established
, At the same time an exhaustive secret
inquiry Is being made on tha ssme sub
ject in Kansas City, dtler ta Olito,
California and Texas.- The Information
Is being gathered by the department of
commerce and labor to be turned over
to the department of justice to form
. the basis of an attempt to secure in
dictments by a federal grand Jury.
, The investigators have already in
vest 1 gated the Hants Fe company's ar
rangements with tha standard OU com
pany. Evidence is being sought to con
nect the 11 company and the railroads
with rebating and discrimination and
violation of the Sherman anti-trust
: law. . . ;.. -: V-..- ' - .' . "
Torre Deeds to lruuwl,
(Journal Special Service.)
Seattle. Nov. 1 II Nearly twoscore
forged warranty and -,' quitclaim . deeds
have- been filed here within the last
year and It is feared that there are
many others. An alleged mythical
llalph-Jr-NoTton figure in the transac
tions. . The plsn has been to forge the
names of property holders residing out
side the state, file the bogus deeds and
have the -property disposed of by local
W. M. XUto Bxplree.
f Soectal Dispatch te The Journal.)
Walla Walla, Wash, Nov. 11-W. H.
Hilton, an old pioneer of the northwest,
riled at the residence of his daughter.
THTs." A'. Butlget,' at College Plate laie
Thursday evening at the age of 81
years. The funeral was held " from
Walla Walla college at 2 o'clock this
afternoon. Rev. Mr. Bnyder officiating.
Interment was in the College Place
MOTORMAN, DIGGING FOUNDATION, 0
FINDS PAY DIRT AT PIEDMONT
John Hicks, rnotormso on the Irving
ton line of the Portland Consolidated
railway, expects soon to chsnge -the
ratchet brake for a. - gold-pan and
wash out a fortune In hla own back
yard. Hicks found gold while digging
to place the foundation of his house
and thourh he had only a wash basin
and a tub of rain water he sectifedH
colors from the two pans he washed,
and is confident he can make wages
panning the gravel with a tin cup and a
The discovery was made In Piedmont
on lots situated three blocks directly
north of. the new car barns on Michigan
avenue.- The showing made by Hicks
has enthused the carmen he has taken
into hla confidence and tomorrow will
aee an array of carmen rocking on- the
Piedmont gravel beds -that will oring
back the days -of 4. or the time when
all Portland went hunting for gold in
Inraan-Poulaen g , back yard and . found
brass filings. ' "
The encouraging feature of the nnd
Is that the colors seem to be distributed
through isxge -depoult of grayf L and
the samples taken by Hicks indicate that
the proposition is not a limited pay
channel but a rich bar many -feet in
depth, which underlies the entire suburb.
Excavations made In this deposit snow
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that the' graver extends to a depth of
more than SO feet and probably runs to
the Columbia river level. It Is known
that stmllar gravel deposit extends
from north Jf Woodlawifc to the Wlllam
ette at St. Johns. ad If the experimen
tal work at Piedmont Is an Indication
of the general rlchnesa-of the big bed,
there is enough work in the district for
to hydraulic - plants - -until' the next
worlds' fair in Portland. i i
The values wssbed out by Hicks are
not flour gold., but fine flakes ami ap
parently easily saved in riffles. The
gravel in which th,e gold waa discovered
Is under a hardpan that extends down
several feet and after this is cut
through the gravel anywhere gives good
signs, so far ss Investigation has been
made. ' i f ' ' . t
. Men with mining experience do not be
lieve the Piedmont gravel la rich enough
to make panning a profitable employ
ment, but hold that If the first Indi
cations are borne out by future inves
tigation there may be a field for heavy
placer operations. East side motormen
and-XOnductora-howeYer, arajiot taking
the word of experta On the matter, but
today are speeding their spare minutes
making crude rocking boxes and ar
ranging for an early start in tne morn-
"Lady of Lyons,", U: ;
The prod actions at the Belaace theatre during
White Wblttlteey'e engagement sa a stock star
hare become the talk of the tows. Anton the
Kit beautiful of theae la "The' Lady of lyona,"
which will be aeea tnoight and tomormw after
Boos sad sight. On Monday Mr. yVhlttlrscy
presents "Tha First Violin." a dramatisation
of the widely-read Bovel. This play served
Hirsars Manentid tor two er tnree aeasous ana
was cleaned as a distinct sneeeas. . .
; Hooligan ? Coming .Tomorrow. 1
' The apneosehing engagement - of Arthur J.
Aylesworth's hrlltiast farce, -''Hoollgaa'a Troo-
hlee," Is attracting store than ordinary intercut.
Hooligan's Troobles'r will be at the Empire
all seat week,-starting tomorrow ma tine.
WEALTHY HAM LIVING LIFE
Of A WEARY WllUt
Wallace Hungerford Found in
Slums of St. Louis Leading
a Hobo's Existence.
(Journal Special Service.)
St. Louis, Nov. 11. Wallace Hunger-
ford, aged (I, who possesses a fortune
of 1100.000 and mortgages deposited at
his home at St. Johns, Michigan. , Is
held in the city hospital until he re
covers sufficiently to accompany . home
his attorney. IL E. Wallbrldge, who
came from him. ;
For' the last year Hungerford has
msde his home at cheap lodging-houses
on Market street and chummed with
hoboa, spending considerable money. In
the last year he estimates that he dls
posed of $2,000, some going to thieves.
for he waa robbed four limes. -
Hungerford came here to visit the
world's fair and dropped out of sight.
His family feared that he waa dead.
rteienuy the euiiimuimeuUli Tiust
company wired the St. Johns bsnk to
And1 Hungerford s rating, a check for
a large amount having been presented
by hlra. Attorney Wallbrldge came
yesterday, and found Hungerford In
hobo saloon, a veritable Weary Willie.
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than HAYNER, notnatter how much you pay or when yoti get it.' W
have been distilling whiskey for 39 years. We have one of the most modern
and best equipped distilleries in the world. We know of nothing that
would improve our product. Perfection in the distiller's art has been
reached in HAYNER WHISKEY, which goes direct from our distillery to
YOU, with all of its original purity, strength, richness and flavor. It doesn't
pass through the hands of any dealer or middleman to adulterate. '. You
thus save the dealers' bjg profits. . You buy at thetfistiller's price, at first
cost. Don't you see the economy in buying HAYNER WHISKEY, as well
as the certainty of getting absolutely pure whiskey? '
' " ,rv ' ' United Stain Senate. Waahlnrtoo. D. C.
"I have naed R ATKKK WHISKEY for madlciami nurpMM In my family asd have
foasd it very satisfactory.
I believe it te be a anmber-ene medicinal whiaaev.
: , TUmmt S, AfsrfM, U. S. Senator from Virginia.
I ; FULL 01.00 EXPHEOO
Ljl QUARTO CJSliL. PREPAID
OO FULtO E.20 FREIGIIT
(J QUARTS OU PREPAID
Hend the above amount and we wfll ahlp hi a plain sealed case, with
Sjo narks to show content. -Try the whiskey, have your doctor teat M
every bottle If yo wlab. If yoa doa't Snd H all right, ahlp It back to sa
at OUR EXHKNfcK and roar money wui be promptly refunded. How
could snyofler be fairer t . . . . . ,
Von save money by ordering qaarta by freight. If yea can't see ee
morn. ge a friend to Join yo. Yoa can have either Kre er Bonrboa.
keaember we pey the espreas or freight chssges. .
Writs enr saaiait efilce sad do It KOW. .'.,
r f. PauL Klna. St Lewis. Me.' Davteav O. AHaeta. Sa.
Ctoiillery.Troy.O. Capital, $500,000.0a "aM at fall Established 1888
iAYJ IS A FAILURE-
State Superintendent Ackerman
Say Change Must Be
Made to Enforce It. 1
' (Special Dispatch te The Journal. I
Bumpier, Or., Nov. 11. In en address
before the Baker county teachers instl
tuta In this city, State School Superin
tendent J. . It Ackerman said that the
atate compulsory education law waa a
complete failure,' and that Until It was
changed It could not be enforced. In
the rural districts. Superintendent Ack
erman said, the Ineffectiveness of the
law compelling children to attend achool
a certain period In the year was es
"There are many places throughout
the atate where children never attend
achool, he stated, "where the parents.
equally as Ignorant as the children, do
not see the need for their children's ea
ucatlon, and allow them to stay out of
school, doing nothing except to acquire
win Inns h-Mt. "" nM.r an more
"Wherein the weakness of our present
law Ilea is that there Is no provision
made for official Investigation unless
the psrents first complain. Tha only
way to obtain a remedy for the existing
condition Is to appoint atate officers to
visit all theae rural communities where
the attendance la slight, andlook into
all cases of nonattendance. I am now
preparing an amendment to the present
compulsory education law, which I will
submit to. the nei legislature. This
smendment will provide for the sppolnt
ment of proper officers by the state who
will visit the different sections and en
force the law,
In addition to Superintendent Acker
man. Rev. J. R. N. Bell of Baker City,
and City School Superintendent J. A.
Churchill of Baker City, addressed the
Institute. More than SO teachers from
over all the country were present- be
sides many outsiders Interested In edu
OF IMPROVEMENTS MADE
"piit'AaT A?r OBSTiwATa; cA8g rather
than lash U into acnou iijmi wain to see
good progresa -made. This Is as true
when It Is a-faalty human system as
when It Is a baulky mule,
. Alcoholic stimulant and alcoholic med
Iclnea whip the digestive functions Into
quirk action but do not prevenl ths weak
ening reaction ' oiioire so cOfelu.
In cases of impaired appetite and dlgoa-
ii -I .. li-rn mnA n uf i n ir n.wav a.
llon--aianiuw.,v,, , , . r i',
safe and reliable tonic Is needed and la
the only thing mat can mi upun.
that Nature had provided freely for these
needs of her children and that In nr io
bamtory were the remedies. Glyceric
extracts of Golden Seal root. Queen's root,
Btone root. Black Cherrybark, Bloodroot
and Manaraae nioi, ini kvui
lj i a a'ltnmii ilmhnl. In
ruw,- tli.lAryi MMiraX THMmrmni.
eoristUute the moat effective and certain
tonic, alterative ana uua-iiraHunii
remedy ever offered to the public
A nmmlnen merchant. Mr. J. Alfred
Aroand.of Saint. Lawrence Street, Mw
tre.l. t-af?r -"'T: . T"1L" "
oa for nine years. When I bsve It In tbe
house I need no doriwr or other medicine.
Nine years sgo I wss troubled with rneu
SsUarnTyouV' Golden Medical IHsrovery"
eliminated the uric acid from the system.
Since that time I have never been without
t In the house, xnere in do oiaur meun-iuv
r , . ... MM. nnnA I think It.
a inula au hiwiu v., . . . t
eanaL Svery one to whom I recommended
U is plsased with the results, and all thank
me for advising Ita use. It is a splendid
. nnd la the only sure cure 1 know
trf tor 'La Grippe.' ,
- Dr. Pierce's Common rnse Medical
a.iM la aent free nn receiDt of stamns
to pay expense of mailing only, fcer.d
SI one oen snip iui vi'"w"
AddrWa Dr. EL V. Pierce, BuHalo, N. Y.
AT THE THEATRES.
t"A Hainan Slave. , A
1 The t at oiibbt I au II y Hi -sotrWthitm Itoherts
1 -ii . ii..H . II,. Ul-w- will ha
at tbe Kmplre tonight. . The great strike seen
la the gtorktoa Iron Bllla la thrilling In the
extreme. The- attempt ef the enraged workSM-n
to Jilll ' their . overbearing ' emplorer - nnd hie
ar ae ronng mremaa. tngetner wits
siany other, etrosg heroic altnstloos, naks s
play ef unusual interest. ' i 7 .
'The Utopians Next' ' r
The patrons st tha Baker doubtteaa will re
joice, to leara that the VJtovlana barleaqiM eost-
pany win saaae ira -appearanro ror ina aia
nlshts nnd three matlnoea, commencing tomor
row - aMtlnee- Aa -astravaganaa la tare - acts
asd a high elaas vandevlUe bill, heaeed b
O. Hana Baa. sinks no the prograas. O. Hana
8ss Is a beautiful oriental woman, and preaenta
an electrical sesaatkia called "Scenes rrots
spas." , . .
er in "Ghosts."
1 rlararr mane star. nsrrr Jieatayer aorv-
eorted by sa eieeuent company or piajera, wiu
rearat Hesrta - loses e sreauor rama.
Uhoats." nt the nlarsaars Grand theatre next
Tneaday. Wednesday and Thoraday nlghta. No
vember 14. 15 an 19. tbs aarsscs aais or
seats epesed this morning.
The Georgia Minstrels Monday.
Seats are bow selling for . Richards - ssd
Prlngle's famona Georgia Mlnatrels, which come
to the tfaraaasi Orand theatre, seat liondar
ntsht. Movrmner IS. Thla la, the beat colored
mlnatrel t ran no es the roaa. w atcs lor lot
big sarads Mosday st high noon.
Last Performance Tonight.
The laat nerformasee sf the essratng sMraas,
BoMlia Knott, la the beautiful romantic dream.
"When Knighthood Waa In rk-wer," will be
the attraction at the Marsoaa Urand theatre
tonight. Ibis Is. tbe orlgnal Julia Marlowt
prodnrtloa, one ef tbe smt slaborata ever pre
fgnselsl Plasateh ts Tbs Jaaraal) -
Estacada." Or., Nov. 11. It has been
announced officially - that the Oregon
Water Power It Railway company fiaa
placed "an order aggregating $150, 00
for the Installation of Ita electrlo plant
at Casadero. Thle contract la for ma
chlnery, alone and does not Include the
large sums that wlll.be expended on
building arid grading. ' nuiricient ma
chlnery will be placed at the start to
aenerate I0.00 horsepower from .the
Clackamas river. r."'' , ' "' -
I.Lnn Brothers have purchased three
lota from' the Estacada Townstte com
pany for $7 cash on wninn to wect a
large lumber yard. The Townslte com
twnv tins sold to the Estacada Brick A
Tile company a tract of land for 110,
00. The Townslte company has sold a
lot to Wrtght Fletcher for 7S. M. K.
Merrlam has sold a lot to-C. B. Smltb
for tUi. - ' ..-..!-.-".
William Straight has resigned his po
sition aa chief of tbe fire depsrtment
.snd Al Hsvena hss bean elected to fill
the vscancy. ....
(Sneetal mapatrh te The Josrssl.) -Baker
City Or., Nov. 11. County Clerk
'Combs, assisted by J. Alexander of the
government land -office at Iav Orande,
today examined eight persons who bad
sppllod to file on homestesds in Bsker
county. Most of the parties proving up
located their tend inthe Esgle Vslley
section,. ... . 1. . " .
yAUDEVILLE AND STOCK.
' ' "Life for Life.",
There are bat twe remaining opportonltles te
see "Ufa for Life.' the swlodrama that Baa
created each s senaattos at the' Ifrle theatre
thla week. Nest week, "The Heart of Steel,
a coatedy-draaia of tbe Ariaooa border.
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The Liberty Makes. Good. .
This week the Liberty offers Jhe beat bill
ever ses la Portland, headed by the Prlnceat
Chlsqirilln, high priestess ef the Cheyemea, la
ber celebrated songa and dances. , Among .the
other notable seta tbia week Is that tof tbs
world-renowned boilng kangaroo. . , Six ethef
record-breaking arts. .
"V ! , At the Grand. ;
Starting Monday afternoon tbe Grand will
prearnt mnetral extravasanta exrinaireir. Ureg,
ore's Italian Banda Bwaaa fa a big drawing card.
The three Bennetts, Jngslere. hare something
saw. The real of the Urand bill la cheerful
and saappy. . Contlnsooa performances annday,
Comedians at Star., -
nesderaos and Rasa, tha original Co median
who are featnrrd at the Star thla week, eae
be area tonight snd tomorrow, Sunday the
performances will be eontlnaona from 2:80 till
10:45. Stepbea Fitapatrlrh and company Is s
the serobatle turns of tbs- Oladatone rhlidrea
snd the rrmainsei ei ins program ap te utm
Star s stanaaro. . : . . , .
TWO AGED WOMEN" -
. EXPIRE AT EUGENE
f ' ' Von a. a TwsM..a aW rTka TamshbI a '
inpreTCsell 1IWHI M as sew m mw -s-s. y
Kugene. Or Nov. ll-Mrs. H. O.
Oakes. mothsr-ln-law . or uity council
msn T. H. Garrett, died at the home In
W.I. v.atarrinv at the in of 71
years. She bad been' a reaident of tMs
city fOf tne past tnree or rour yonra.
w u. afire nt 1 1 Phlllnnl. died
at the fsmliy home In this city yester
day at an advanced age. She waa on
of Oregon's ploneere and leaves besides
her husband a family of Jelghl children.
The body' was Interred at Millsrsburg.
l,lnn county, mm nnrinmn.
' Irvins's Dacha Wafer.
fore sll Kidney Trrmhlea, stop pel" la
... I. LnM ibnmen In fha arise Imnoaalble.
and actually rebuild tha ahrunkes walla of to
Kldners.' They contain Juat what Is wantitd lo
remove tne aieaa, nm lae
..H,kM rha whole oraan. Th-r narer fall
to bring rllrf within a few smra snd curs te
stay eared. SoM st o"e a Bos or ,
B. . Skldnaore' ft Co., Drug-gists, 151
i Third tu sole aejeats for lorUd, Or. ,
"nuin" ".".llliiliiit!! 'V "
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HERE IS THE WAY THEY STAND
Vote received up. to Friday evening in The Jotonal't Hwaii4n.Trip ,
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Mlaa Margaret Smith, AM Williams SVema .M,IIW
Mlaa fClllh Hern. SMtf Stark lre(....T...... ...... 34. T .
Mlaa Iura liertirablre, (WO Watte street..,. .nV,i'.. , ,...., ........
Mlaa Sophia Olaon. 3MI Ivy at-ewt.,.,. , .
Of The Journal's
. HIST Any yessg lady sver IS rears
ef are may be semlnated at a ay time sa
bmnks provided by Tbs Journal, with tae
aamant of two wall-hnowa eltlssse
of the diatrict la which see resides, .
. tlOOVD -Three yadgae sgrsesble to the
different Candida taa shall be selected te
efScmUy sssoases tha wtsaer Is each dm.
trlet, see yewsg lady ts be satsea treat
eb ghrtrtet, -' . '' T,
THII As la.etker elect loan, each a.
trict Shan vote separately. Tbs vets la
ess caaaot affect tbe ether. Matters peop
erly eoseernlng tbe district will be settled
by tbe wishes ef tbe majority. The wis
ner shall have the right to same a ataxy
if assble te attend bsrsslf.
TOTaTH Toting wilt esssraeaee Tbsrs.
"day. Angnat S. 1S0S, sad smss ftataTday.
December-80. at 8 o'clock p. av, ieo.
Goupoea maat be voted wltbta Sevan days
after tssse. Oespsss eat from tbe Dally
Joerasl meat be neatly trlmaaad. All
eon pons, whether single as special, mast beat
tbe asms sf the candidate ts be voted far.
COUPONS All maT AS FOIXOWSl
rnTB lnle eon pons, est frees the dstty
paper, are good for ess vots. ftabscrtptJoa
te tbe Evening Joarnal and Sunday Mom lag
Journal, three stontha, ft .88. a specUl
eonpoa af 180 votes (paid ts sdvsnes).
sbsrriptlea te Iventsg ssd Sunday Mom.
Ing Joarnal sis months. SS.TB, a speelsl
inia nf fBO votes fsald Is sdvsscS). Ssb
scrlpttos te tbe Kveslng ssd Sssdsy Mora.
Ing Joarnal is monua, a -w. ayanai
soupoa ef TOO votes (paid sdvsaee).
Ssbaertptloa to tbe Kvealag a ad tsaday
Morslag roarnsl."bae Baenthe by mall.
$1.80. s special eeapae ef 100 votes (paid
is sdvasee). ftabaertpttoa ts the Iveaisg
ssd Sunday Morning Josrssl by mall sit
SMsrhs, tt-TS, s special coupon ef 850 rotes
fpsld 1a advenes), abscrlpttoa s tbe
Craning ssd Sunday Morning Jewrnal by
msll IS month a. IT.00, s special eospea sf
TOO votaa (paid la advaseer. Semt-Weekly
Jearssl. 11.80 s rear, speelsl ecmpea e( 108
votes psld la advsaes).
SIXTH Coupons should be voted st tbs
. K.iiul a n.
. tsssaa Sapaitmast nf TbS-JonrnsL. srsti
say point aanjeoi waw, "
Boosted Mondays. Wednesdays ssd rrlsars
ssd the totals aanoanced to tbs publla tbe
foUowtsg dsy. .
Asy sssdldsts wtrbdrswlsg from the see
test caaaot bsve bet votes ssestsd far as
stksr. , ' : . : ; ;
StlSfaVAKTCaS AKB T0TTw FtACISl
Tlrst JJistrie Mnltsomab asd Clsekamas
eountles. Voting pises. Coupon DapartSMSt
ef The Joarsal efSca. - .
tWoend Btotriet Csioa. Csaatlus as
Wallowa eseatlsa, . , . at, -.
Third XMrtrlet Wases. tbirmaa. OltlUai
Morrew, Wheeler asd Crook esssties.
fourth District Baker.
foi Malheur cosntiea, .. ,., .
a rifth DUtHo Tolumbla ' ssd . C1to
sauntlas. Oregon; Kllckltet. Cow I Ita Carka,
PiclSc. Wahkiakum asd Skamasia eosatlea,
. Wsablngtoa. , ; , . ...
" Sixth DtrtHoi Marios. Use ssd teas
' ersstles, . .
K.vesth Dtatrlrt Wtahlnatou, T!llaseb,
TaiabUl. fteptoa. Folk ssd Usee's ssastlos.
XlgMh XMstHet Dseclas, CesS,
.Anjr Inform-tion regrfrdifif con
ditions of the'Hawalian tour should
be addressed to the manaf er of
the Contest Department of The
Journal, ', '
DISTSIOT 0. 1.
Miss Mlnnls fl. Phillips, deputy clerk elreutt soeirt ......
Mlaa Halite Madlsaa. Olda, Wortmaa Klug stars .U.
Mlaa ttaille Vtluter mantle. City lro Weeks ...........
Vtaa I.nrs Baty, 40 Ban ftifaul street..
Mies tiretrhea Kurtb, teiephmj nfierator Portland hotel
Mlas Rath let, Inuoreed by Pxleraled Trades Ccuncll ..
II taa Bene Sharon. Sill Kaat ThL-tlelb etreet .l. ..........
Mlaa Henrletla W'lnklsman, 4iiT aat (ucb street
H ..... ,;r. ,
XI tee A I reus Horn. Oresnn Cite.
Mlaa Klaa Orleael, 8115 Kaat Thirty-first street ... ......
Mies Kits Hurlbert, Ht. Johns .'.
M taa Imtj Mould, telephone onerntor Oreaoa hotel .,..,
that tlenevteve Hoiniea, OMa. Wortmaa King store ....... ...........
Mlaa Nellie Hunter, Arts tUleljrh street...,
Mlaa Georgia Niak, KtH Burnalde street..
Mlaa Cnre.JoUr. T.18 rtrat street , ..........................
Mlas Marina lahr, , Waedard Clarke Drug Co
Mlaa Cornelia Marker. SMS Urand srenue. ....... .......... .. .ai. rT. .....
Mies Vnrae Rerldh-k, Oretea City
t Vat tug Place, Oonpoa Department, Journal Office.) . , -
DiaTaUOT 0. S. ' ' '
Mlaa Kails Hash. 1 flrsBde; Oregon....,..-. ;
Miss Mollis Proebstel, lat Urands, Oregna...
i Voting Place, fa Orande, Steinbeck Blever Coo feet Ion ery.) , .. ...
sees Fletcher. Pendleton, Oregna, .
Mlaa paari llarrla. Pendleton. Oregon.
-Mlas Hrsee Hawka, Pendleton. Oregon!...
.Mlas Mabel Johnson, Pendleton, Oregon ..I..,' .........to...
I Voting Place. Pendleton. Bmrk A MeComas' Drag Store. , ,
Mlas MUlan B. O'llarra, Athena. Oreenn ui.ir
t Voting Place, Athena, fieit Brna gfnre.l ; ; . . , , . , ..
Mlaa fry M-Calllater, Walla Walla, Waahingtasi ......... .........
Mlas May C'allahaa. Walla Walla, Waehtnslun ,
.Mian I loir Young, Walls Walla. Waaulngtoa
Mlas I.nells Barr. Walla Walla, Waahlngtna ,. .........
Mlas Mattm Brows,- Walla Walla. Waahlngtna)
I Hons pons.)
IViHIu I'laM. Walla Walla. Waalilnalnai Booh Monk.)
'Miss Stella a tande, Wastos), Oreso
. i -. . . S1STBJCT SO. S. '.
Miss Xmtlle Creeaea, Tbe Dalles. Oresos.,.,...
Miss licllle Crete, The Dallea. Oregon
IVntlne Puce, ma Itallea. Hlaketr Drsa Store. 1
suns arena mcttsraann-. none
Mlas )-aura Cramer, Hnnd River. OregnB
(Voting Placer liood River, Wright's Store-) '
Miss Florence George, Arlington. Oresun
(Voting Place. Arlmston. Braham's Confectionery.)
, Jdaa Uertnme Hasnson, t'ooona. uregon.. .........
- 1 1 oring 1 Mce. l onnjon. eacnaon m rxornioroon pmr.f
Mlaa less Rae. Heppner, Oreton. ............. ........ ..
Mlas Oraee Haaer, Hennner, Oregos....
(Voting Place, Heppner. rsttereaa "on urag siorv.t
Mlaa Oertrnde Shara. PrtaMTlUe. Oresnn.
...... .-; DISTBICX STO. a.
Mlas E'fia Mae Kmf , Ontario. Oresnn....
Mlas llattle Barton, Baker City, (tregoa
Mlaa Gertrude Tiee, Baker City, Oresnn
Mlaa Kthel Parker, Baker City. Oresna
- Miss Myrtle Brat ten. Baker City, lt)reg..
tVetlng Place, Baker City, tarrmger'a Drag Store,
Mlas Clara gwatn. Bnma, Oregon ,.i
(Voting Place, Burns, Welcome Pharatacy.t
Mm Iialay Halter icr. ate, ipregoa
Mlas UeraMme Durkee. Sompter. Oresos.
(Voting Plsee,r Sumpter, Ds Keffe Clnr ssd Hews Stand.)
. DISTKIOT MO. .
Mlas FWence Hearren, Tsnemver.' Waabbigtoa .....
(Voting Place, Vaneenrer, Oil Mala Street.)
Mlas Katharine ttora, KaLams, Waahliujton-J.......a ............
(Voting Place. Kalams. Coffr'a Store.)
Miss Amelia Williams, Kelso, Washington
(Voting Place, Kelao Cosfectlouery.) a,. -Mlas
Mary Berge. Home Vslley. Gtegon................ .....i..... ..............
Mhm Kra I.. Todd. Aatorla. (hwgnn
Mlaa Father Anderson, Aatorla. Oresoa.. .. ..........a,
4 e e e e 1 S.-!
Ulaa Rnhui. t ntftmm. Aaflorla. Ore eon..
(Voting Place, Aatorla, Owl Drug Store.)
Mlaa Itahir Watklna. St. Jlelena, Oregon. ..... ..
(Voting Place, St. Helena. Uray'a Store.!
Mhw Geetnule Randall. Cattle Rack, Waohntgtoa .......
-Mlas (Jrana Wright. Csatle Rork. Waahlngtna .........
(Voting riace, t aatie noes, amri vru amm.i
Mint Armle Parrlne, Clatakanle, OregaB.. ..........
(Voting Place, Clatakanle. Simmons Co, a Store.)
Mlas Alios Perry. Rainier, Oregon.. .........
. (Voting i'lacs. Rainier. Frlclberg s Confectionery.) .
. pisTaioT o. a.
1 MlaS 'WtlKtie BfnWB, Sgleffl, (Ifvgno ..J.,l.ll
Mlas Msry ImVlilann, saiem, ureson.
Mhai I- Belle Darby, Salem, Oregoa
Mlaa Minnie Ireton, Salem, ttreson...,
Mlaa Pearl Shelley, Salem, Oregon
. Mlaa Mlnnls Aeheobneb, Saleaa, Oregon
Mlas Kettle Beddekeop. Ha Htm. Oregos. ....... . .
(Voting riace, naiein. iaa vrmj .ami
... 1 1.114
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Mlas Madgs Battee, F.ngene, Oregoa
: Mlaa Bmma Moffett, Butane. Oregoa
Mlas Stalls Bean, Bsgene. Oregon................
Voting riace. nugeue. uun a viaj
trj Morcom, Woodbura, Oregon
Mlas Myrtle Traak. Woodburn, Oregoo.
(Voting Place. Woodbnrs, Beebea Whltmaa t Store.)
Mlas Maude Bbilr. Cottage (irove. Oresos,.. t..
Mhw Ef'te Stewart, Cottage Grove, Oregoa ..........
Mlas Llaale Veatrb, Oottage Orove, Oregm ''
(Voting Place, Cottage Urove, Gill's Confectionery,) .
. Mies isathryn G arris, Hllrertoa, Oregon.............
(Voting rlaes. niivenon, waa a .rau-
Mlaa Paarl Savaae. Albanr. OresoB.....
. atiaa u.aila I'haaibera. Albany, Oregoa...
Mies Alli-e lorke. Albany, Oregoa ..... ....
(Voting Place. Albany. Dawsas's Drag Store.)
Mlas Addis Bftnpeoe, Lebanon, Oregon........ ,..,................
(Voting Place, l-ehanoa. Cot ton-a Store.) - , . . .
jniaa rtunua tiey, , ,.a--' i r.m
'Mlas Fy Cooler, Brownsville, Oregon. ....... r....... W
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Miss Berths CeurfemancherTfcMlsnvllhi, Oregna ,. .....
, Voting Puce. McMlnnrllle, Houasr's Store.)
, Mlas Haael Kennedy, irareiie, iwegou. ..........
(Voting Place, Ufaratte, Poatofflct.)
Miss Cora Hpanale. Dayton. .Oregon 'V-i
(Voting PUee, barton. Harraf Drag Sters.)
., uhU Bmw rwtlaa iMMtanai
(Voting riace. ttanaa. niaa a t.iiivciHnav...
Mlaa Marls Hoaietler, Hlllenore, Oregon.......................
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IVOTIOB r-.arw, .....aw, wy. - . o oaa
Mist Mrrtls Bntler, Foreat Grove. (noa j........f,.".v:.
(Voting Place, roreei Hnrre. i,a lenrwa i sosi
i m... flM.tiia. Nawharw. Oreenn....,.. ............. u,v
(Voting riace. ,ewnerg. i aiweii m Jm. n mi . -Mlllan
Webater, Philomath. Oregon ...e-.'f t! 5
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uiaa t.tiliaa W abater, philomath
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(Voting Place. Bearertnn. Tlmmas Tiling's Confectionery.) - . i ; ' - .
Mlaa Oraes Starr, Corvallls, Oregon j............
DISTRICT 0. 8. .
Mlas ftdns Paralef.; Roaeburg. Oregon,'.. . .u.
Mlas Itale Harrmm. Rnaebnrg, Oret""-..... ........ .. ........
(Vonng I'lnce, unaeimrs. nimiiiTO u nw,,. - , , . , M
Mlaa Mamie Berry. Grants Paaa, oregwi. . . . ',. .j. ..
(Voting Place. Granta Pass. Hn.lth'S Ping Store.)
Mlas Jennie Woodford. Med ford. Oregon v.''i.""'.'
IVotlns I lace, aieiiioro. rwwh.
i l.a Vmium flahnrne. Aahland.
Mlas Ijdla Mct'all, Aahland? Greg.i. il.'-UV
0 . (Voting Plaes, Aahland. Buttaa's Kewa-stssd snd Series.)
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