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FORTY GUESTS EAT
A Dastardly Attempt at Who!
sal Murder Mad In Hotel in
' ' -. 'an' Indiana Town. .
; PLOT ALLEGED DUE TO
t COUPLE'S MARITAL WOES
Hotel Clerk 'Fails to Get Divorce
and ; Moves to Hostelry Wboae
" Owner Is Sued for Fifty Thousand
; Dollars by His Wife.
r (Journal Special Service.) " '
: Middletown, Ind,, txo. T. Forty
guests at the Welch hotel were poisoned,
at dinner yesterday, and 10m of them
' have not recovered yet. While no one
' .la charted with, placing poison In tha
. food served at dinner. It la believed
- the .attempt at wholesale murder is
; connected with the I marital troubles of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper.
- Cooper recently sued for a divorce,
and after It was granted tha decree was
set aside. He filed another suit, mak
' Ins charges Rains t his wife, and Mrs.
Cooper sued Mrs. Anna Welch for (60,
000 damages for alienating ' her bus
' Mrs. Welch Is the owner of tha hotel
. and Cooper ,is the business manager.
1 After filing the ' suit for divorce
4 Cooper went to the Welch hotel to
-. - boards taking his - two daughters -with
. htm. Mrs.. Welch and Cooper were, both
among the number, that suffered i ee
" verely from the poison. v.
: IIEWLY APPOINTED RANGERS
: - IN FOREST RESERVE
Y - .. -V-. TT
Successful Candidates of R-
V I cent Examinations Three .
. ' ...V . for Oregon.'- '-.-'
' : :''"' 4" "
(Journal Special Servlea.l " '
Washington, D. C, Dec 7. From
; among the successful candidates of the
V recent rangers' examinations, the forest
aervica haa appointed the following men,
' who have been working as forest guards
during the summer, to the position of
assistant, forest ranger on various re-
: serves: -
In California Frank Harley, X Am-
. mnn and Oeorge W. Kali. Trinity and
'.. Klamath reserves; V. U, Bonner, J. O.
: Stelner and Ernest D. Payne, Modoo and
Warner mountains reserves; Oeorge E.
Boot, Santa Burbara. reserve; . Malcolm
, McLeod, J. E. Res." and Andle Wofford,
Sierra reserve (northern division);
Brewer A.; Colburn. . Sierra reserve
:. southern division)! William AntoninU
; Oliver, P. Brownlow, W. J. Rushing,
, Thomas C. West and. Wlllard U 8ears,
, In Idaho A. H. 'Jamison, Bitter Root
y reserves- James F. Bach and Fred- H.
Crltchfleld. Cassia reserve U.C Pogge,
F. J Steele and Thomas Wesson,
. ' Henry's Lake reserve;' David Ming,
- Rlrhard H. Rutledge, Carl Jones, J. W.
Jors-D, Emll UranJJuun, U. L Klggs,
' William McCoy and W. I Payne, Wels
' er. Sawtooth and Payetta reserves.
In Oregon Harry O. Hayes, Cascade
" reserve (northern division); Ernest H.
Leaton- and Ralph W. Gordon. Black
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
' HOLD BIG JUBILEE
'(Josrnai Special ajifcs.l
Baltimore. Mr., -Dec T. The Jubilee
celebration of the Knights of Pythias,
which opened here today, has attracted
about 16.900- delegates of tha order from
11 parts of the country to this city.
Tha local lodges have been preparing
for tha great event for many weeks and
the arrangements are as complete as
could be wished. The arriving delega
tions, msny of which are accompanied
by bands or drum corps, are received
by reception committees and taken to
their quarters, where they register. The
program for the Jubilee celebration In
eludes a parade In the Afternoon and a
large meeting at the Lyrlo In the even
ing, at which- Governor Warfleld and
Mayor Tlmanua will be present to wel
come the delegates. It Is expected that
fully 1.100 sew members will be initiated
Into, the order on that occasion. , An
elaborate program has been prepared for
the Jubilee meeting. Senator Beveridge
will deliver the Jubilee addrees.
RIGHT IN THE NECK
That's where ' a cheap
""overcoat will catch yoif
" every vtime. . ;
A good coat (our kind)
' sets close and snug around
he collar. -7; ' . v
.' . v. - v i ,' . .
'Ai we offer special
7" values iri good Overcoats,
Raincoats and Suits. See
the ..window display.;- :"
Irion CiiOTHina Q
CtU3 Jufm-Proty '
Oatattaoi io Men 4 Srav
1S Ml 1SS Third Street,
Miss Parsley ' of Roseburg Se
cured Sixteen .Thousand . -'Threj
Hundred Votes, t
MANY BALLOTS .,'
Activity Marks The .journal's Ha
waiian Trip; Contest Miss Flor
ence Heavren of - Vancouver ; and
Miss Effis Mae King Advance,'
Very large gains have been made dur
ing the past two days by, several of tha
candidates In The -Journal's Hawaiian
trip contest : Among those who have
gained remarkably are Miss Edna Par
slay of Roseburg, who strengthens her
hold on first position in tha eighth dis
trict In two days Miss Parsley gained
lt.SO votes.) In tha fifth district, by
' Miss Florence Heavren.
making a gain of 14,100 votes, MlfS
Florenoe Heavren of Vancouver again
gains first? position in her district, and
she now haa a, total of S8.146 votes.
Miss Effle Ma.e King of Ontario gained
ll,41f votes in the past two days. In
Portland the voting contlnuea very eo
tlve. Tha leader. MJss Minnie" B. Phil
lips, haa a total of 104.79S votes. Bee
ondjOBitlon Is retained by Miss Sallle
Madigan with 98.0SJ votes. Miss Sadie
Wlnterraantle la third with IS.ltt votes;
Miss Laura "Baty fourth with 71.871
votes, and Miss Xlretchen ' Kurth fifth
with S.I00 votea .
In the second district Miss Katie Nash
still leads with 74.485 votes to her
credit, while following very closely Vs
Miss Mollis Proebstel. who. hss 71.187
votes. Miss Agnes Fletcher holds third
place in this district with 7,4S4 votes.
Miss Emelle Crossen still leads In the
Miss Edna Parsley.
her credit. Miss Luclle Crate la second
with 11,804 votes, and Miss Stella Rich
ardson comes third with 18.600 votes.
In the fourth district Miss Effle Mae
King of Ontario Is the leader with 46.086
votes, a gain since the last count of
IS. 411 votes. Miss Hsttie Barton holds
second place In this district with 14.(17
votes. Miss Gertrude Tlce la third with
10.498 votes. '
Miss Florence Heavren of Vancouver
jumps to first .place in the fifth dis
trict with 88,146 votes, Miss Katherlne
Oore takes second plsce with. 18.700
votes, and Miss Amelia Williams la
third with 10.(54 votes. The voting In
this district has been very heavy during
the past -two days.
In district number ( Miss Blanche
Brown Is still leader with 81.48 votes.
while Miss Madge Battee comes second
with 47.848 votes to her credit, and Miss
Maude Blair third with 17.2(7 votes to
her credit. -. ,
The leader, of; the seventh district
Miss Bertha Courtemanche, now has
S1.S7S- votes to her. credit. Miss Myrtle
Butler is second with 19.807. votes. Miss
Hssel Kennedy is third with 17,221
In the eighth district Miss Edna Par
sley of Roseburg still leads with 69,997
votes . to her credit Miss Louise T.
Jones takes second plaoe In this district
With S4.18S votes to her credit, and Miss
Maude Berry comes third with SS. 8(4
votes y ner credit ,
r . ' i . -
' ' ' 'J Takatilra's rareweU. ;
i (Jnerael Special Service.) 1 "
Wsshlnston. D. C. Dm. T Mr'. Yak.
hlra, the Japanese minister, who expects
to leave snortiy ror Japan and to be
absent from. Wsehlngton for the seaaon.
has Issued invitations for a small stsg
party this evening to say good-bye to his
friends. It Is possible that he may re
turn to Washington next spring, but It
is not at an certain that he will do so.
"1gh WUl.Bs Bitter.
, Those who. will persist In closing their
earn ssalnat the continual recommenda
tion of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption wilt hsve a long and bit
tes fisht with their troubles. If not ended
enrller by fatal termlmtttani Bead what
T. R. Beall of Beall. Miss., has to say:
"Last fall my wlfs had every symptom
or consumption, nne loos Itr. Kings
Piw-Dlseovery . after everything -els
had railed, improvement came at once
and four, bottles entirely cured her.
Oueranteed by Fkldmore Drug Co4M
Third street. Price 60e and 1.00. Trial
botUes free, .... - , '
OREGON DAILY JOURNAL.
BllllKS OF COUIITRY
Flourishing Condition of Coun
try Reflected In Rldgely's
Annual Report V ;
NATIONAL BANKS SHOW
Net Increase in Bank Capital Ex
ceeds Thirty .' Millions Few Fail
ures During; the Year, All of Them
Due to Fraudulent Management.
William 8. Rldgely, controller of the
currency, submitted his annual report
today, covering national bank affairs.
national and bank currency and finances
in general. His statement shows all to
be In a flourishing condition. Tha re
port was as follows:
"National banks have lmada nva re
ports during the period beginning No
vember 10, 1104, and ending August 18,
1006, and there has been an Increase In
banks In that time from 6.477 to 6.7S7.
Loans and discounts -representing over
60 per cent of the banks' as-grewate' re
sources steadily Increased from 11.771.
(SS.041.6t on .November l6, 1004. to
tt.tS.600.m.(S on August 16, 106.
The increase tahonda on deposit as-se
curity ror circulation was from 1416.
760,010 to . 1477.601,100, the Increase
being approximately tt2.000.000. . The
banks' total Investments In government
bonds that Is, as security for circula
tion and - public deposits and amount
held represented approximately 7.6 per
cent of their resources. ;--.-- v
"The holdings of specie and lagal-ten-
der notes aggregated, August IS last.
1495. 00, 000. . .
"The paid-in capital stock August 15.
1006, was t7tl,t70.!2l. and the earn
ingssurplus . and other undivided
profits 1410,100,000. Qn November 10.
1004. tha capital paid In was slightly In
excess of t77t.000.000. and the surplus
and other undivided profits t55,!00.000.
"Of the liabilities on August 15. 106.
61.1 per cent represented Individual de
posits, which latter amounted to tt.llO.-
II1.71I.IS, an Increase since November
10. 104. of tlll.000,000. The govern
ment deposits, including - deposits of
United States disbursing officers, de
creased from tllOOO.OOO On November
10. 104, to ttl.000,000 on August 16.
105, ' -
Composition of peeta. '
The composition of the eMote held
by the banks on November 10. 1094. was
as follows: Gold, 66,000,000: silver,
"The deposits on which reserve la re
quired that Is. Individual deposits and
net balances amounted on' Aurust 16
1905. to 64,716.000,000. The. law. re
quires banks In the- central reserve
cities New Tork, Chicago . and St
Louis) to maintain a cash reserve of
it per cent, and on the date In question
the rata was exceeded by O.0S per cent
of the proportion required. Banks lo
cated In other reserve cities are author
ised, to scarry one half of their It per
cent reserve with central reserve city
Danxs, ana tneir - reserve with such
banks and on hand averaged 15.10 per
cent, the average for both classes being
16.47 per cent. Banks located elsewhere
than .In reserve cities are required to
-i - lif Ti lit H ns nsnt
three fifths of which may be on deposit
with reserve city bsnks and the - re
mainder held In their vaults. The av
erage reserve held by the banks of this
class was 17.01 psr cent making an av
erage for all banks of tl.to per cent
"Of the total amount of funds -loaned
by the banks, namely, 11,998,600.161, de
mand paper, with one or more individual
or firm names, amounts to tS10,051,42;
demand paper secured by stocks, bonds
and other personal securities, (864,115.-
721s time paper, with two or more indi
vidual or firm names, 'tLSI2.26t,6(l;
time paper, single name (one person or
firm), without other security, (689,114.
7; time paper secured by stocks,
bonds and other personal security, and
"In the. past year there was a gross
addition to the authorised capital of na
tional banks of (59,186,140. of which
6(3,611,600 were from banks organised
since October tl, 104, and (26,808,740
from old associations Increasing their
capitalisation. The net Increase, how
ever, wss but (10.(99,740, as there was
a loss of. 128,416., 50ft as a result of vol
untary liquidations, failures and' reduc
tions of capita of continuing banks.
"The average capital of the 1.617 na
tional banks in existence on March 14,
1(00, was 6170.000. At the close of busi
ness on October tl, 1005, the average
capital of the 6,(51 banks then In oper
ation had been reduced to (138,000. the
reduction being due to the organisation
of banks with capital of less than 50(
000, under authority of the act of
V, 1- 11AA ' '
. ITatlonal . Bank Circulation.
"The outstanding circulation secured
by bonds on March 14, 1900, was but (6
per rent of the authorised capital stock,
the latter being the measure of the max
imum amount Issuable. - By reason of
the granting of authority to Issue cir
culation to the par value of bonds de
posited, and the reduction by one half
of the semi-annual tax on circulation
secured by 1 per cent consols of IttO,
the proportion or ..circulation secured
by bonds to authorised capital, had in
creased on October tl, 105, to (0 per
.. Dividends rata by Banks. '
"From 1(6 to 1876, inclusive, divi
dends were paid at an average- rate of
approximately 10 per cent . The liquids
tlon following the stringency, of 189S
Is reflected In the decline In the rate
of dividends on capital from : 7 V per
cent In the year named to 6.7 in 1(97.
Since the laat date there has been a
gradual recovery and the dividend ratee
have fluctuated from a minimum of
(. per cent In Kit to a maximum' of
9 9 In 1904, with a alight falling off In
1106 to l.t.
"The. history of the national "banking
system has been marked by very few
failures, only 6.6 per cent of the total
number of associations chartered from
188S to "October tl, 106.. having been
ctosed as the result of Insolvency. The
failures, with few exceptions, were due
to fraudulent management or violations
of the restrictive provisions of. the na
tional banking laws.-
The capital of the 4(0 Insolvent
banks, liquidated, or In process of
liquidation (Including 11 restored to sol
vency), was (74,717,410, the assessments
thereon to mske good deficiency In as
sets amounting to (42.2((,4(0. Assets
coming Into possession of receivers
were of the nominal value of (19.664,
1S classed as: Oood. (140,6(1.(61;
doubtful, (88,(99,421; worthless,. 1 60,-
"Including one association plsce in
voluntary liquidation TJrror-a-octobsr
tl, 104, but not reported until subse
quent to that, data,-144 national bank
ing assodstlons with capital stock Tf
t2t.744.60 Were closed during the yea,
jj See Our Tempting Prices
H Greit lmcrlcu IsporUsl Tea Co,
El whWa ) 'Qrtlaad.
ended October tl,- 105, : of which 0
with capital of 1(.I40,Q00 were closed
by voluntary liquidation; tl with capital
stock or l6.esi.suo oy expiration or
corporate existence, and 11 with capital
of (1,015,000, exclusive of one bank
closed and resumed during the year, by
failure. ' . -
'Conditio of Private Banks.
"Through the courtesy of the Brad-
street Commercial Agency . this , office
haa been placed In possession of Infor
mation relating to the number, assets
and. liabilities of state and private
banks which failed In the year ended
June to. 1(06. The total number of fall-
urea during the year waa 67, tha as
sets of the banks being $6,970,145, and
the liabilities (10.17S.02S.
"The principal Items of resources and
liabilities of savings banks,- both mu
tual and stock, are as follows: Loans,
1.514.114.811; bonds, stocks and securi
ties, (1.616,164.104: deposits, tl.098.077.-
S67r and aggregate resources,-$S,ttt,
"There are 4,641 school banks In op
eration located. In 1,08 schools ' In 10
cities of the United States. The num
ber of scholars registered in these
schools Is S47.895, of which 11.00 are
depositors In the school banks. The
amount collected since the Introduction
of the system Is shown to be (1.711.011,
the amount withdrawn 11,165.07, leav
ing a balance due depositors of t(l(,940.
Honey of the World.
"Under direction of the director of the
mint there -has been recently compiled
statement based on the latest Infor
mation obtained relating to the mone
tary systems and approximate stock of
money In the principal countries of the
world at the close of the year 1(04. The
summary relates to 47 countries. In all
of which gold Is the monetary standard.
with the exception of the Straits Settle
ments. Bolivia, and the Central Ameri
can states. . . ,' .-.ft
"The aggregate stock of gold, silver
and uncovered paper currency - is re
ported as amounting to (11,610,000,000,
olaaslfled as follows: Gold, (5.987.100,
000; sliver, (1.180,400,000; uncovered pa
per currency, ((,192,500,000. The gold
represents 48 per. cent of tha stock, and
the silver jind uncovered paper currency
26 and 17 per cent respectively Com
paring this statement with that relating
to the stock of money at the 1oe of
l0t; It appears that the holdings of
gold have Increased to the extent of
(951,(00,000, but that sliver and uncov
ered paper- currency have' decreased
(71,000,000 aad 61,000,000, respectively,
the net Increase In the stock of money
being (1(. 900,000. The greatest mass
of gold Is held In the United States and
sfnfeil at Frn""tng to (1.148, 200,000.
France is second In t ns TTsT"w ItKi'SrWfci
of (910,400,000; followed by Germany
with (886.700,000; Russia, (781.700,000;
Cnltetf Kingdom. (SSS.tOO.OQOjAustrla-
Hungary, (106.000,000; India, (268.900.
000; Italy, (111,400,000, and Australasia.
1118.600,000. The leading countries
with their stock of silver are as follows:
United States. (885,100,000; India. 4at.
(00,000; -Franca, (411.100,000; China,
(160,000.000; Germany, "-t210.200.000;
Spain. 1 171,700.000 j United Kingdom,
(111.400,000; Russia, (101,900,000. With
the exception of Colombia, which has
(741,000.000, the United States leads the
principal countries of the world with a
stock of uncovered paper currency of
(669.900,000, followed by Brasll with
(1(1,100,000, the next In the Hat being
Argentina. (2(6,100,000. Germany's stock
of uncovered paper currency is tl.
(00,000, and that of IJaly 1160,700,000.
The amount of this kind of currency In
Spain Is tll6.100.000. the next In the
list being the United Kingdom with
1118,100,000; Belgium, (111.900,000;
France, tUO.tOO.COO, and Japan. $10L
200,00. Per Capita of ITatlona.
. "The greatest per capita : stock of
money Is held in France, namely, (17.11,
followed by the United States with
(11.41; Germany, (21.46; Spain, (19.83;
United Kingdom. (17.66; Italy, (9.20;
Austria-Hungary, $9.04, and .Russia,
'"The countries reported have an ag
gregate population of 1,198.600000 and
an average per cplta holding of money
A GREAT WEAPON
Portland . People Cannot Fail to
Appreciate the Value '
';.'' of It
Only one weapon to fight backache.
The weapon that strikes the cause.
Doan's Kidney Pills reach the root
Cure backache by curing the kidneys.
"And keep ths kidneys welj. s"
Here's an example of their euros 'In
Portland. ; '. ,
F. A. Moore, motorman on the Port
land .street R. R., and living at til
First street says:' "Last fall I had
considerable trouble from a lame and
aching hack. ' X paid little attention tO
It at first but It kept growing worse.
and my work being very hard , on the
back, I ' got so" that' I could scarcely
bend over 'or straighten up. Doan's
Kidney Pills came to my notice and I
got a box and began using themf They
cured .me of the backache In a short
time and I waa soon able to get about
aCny. work- with my usual vigor. I am
sure If any one Is troubled with back
ache which arises from kidney com
plaint they can depend upon Doan's
Kidney Fills to cure It"
For eale by all deal era Price 60 cents.
Foster-Mlburn Co., Buffalo, N. eole
agents for.lhe. United States,
Remember the name DOAN'S and
take no other.
EVENING. DECEMBER 7.
Votes received np to
Of The Journal'
- rntS-Aay yoaag lady ever It yeeie
ef ese stsr Be aaeilaateS st say ttnw sa
slinks provided by Tee JoarssL wltk the
en4omsst ef twe weU-ksswa sttlssss ,.
of the district la which see resMss.
' SIOOKD Three tsdses sgreesbls '"tm the
gmereat esadldates sssn be ssmmw
eMHaUy aaaoasee the wtaser la aseh Sto- .
Met ene resag Isay te be cstsra tress
each district ; . .
TKI1D AS ta otter elections.', eseh OS '
trtet shsn vote eeperetely. v The vete Is
ese caaaot arfec tts ether. Msttsrs sres
crlf eoseerslng the aistiiet wtU be settled
by the wishes ef the saajorltyi The wls
aer shsU hsve the right bssm s snay
If enable te etteae ksraeU. . L
yOtraTB Vetlsg win enesnn Thste
tmr, Aosmt S, UOS, asS eloee Stsrlr.
' DeeesilMr So, st S o'clock B. si., IKS.
Cosposs Best be voted wtthia ecvea ears
" after Issae. Oessoss eat frost the Dsily .
Jesraal rat be sestla- tnaiswa. All
eeapoas, whother stsgle ar sports, sisst best
the bssm sC ths eaaataate te he voted (sr.
' niTH aiagls eospoas, eat froei the ehny
paper, sre good (ar ess vote. Babeertptloa
to the Ironing Joeraal sad SnMay Morning
Joorasl, throe swathe, (l.SS, s spsclsl
eonpoa ef 160 votes (pels' la sdvsaes).
Bsbscrlptloa to Bvoslsg sbS Baaasy stars- ,
log Joarnal sis SMatbs. (S.T6, s spoclal
eoapoa of ISO votes psid m sdvssee). SB
serlpttoa ts the Kvenlag ssd Ssnday Mora-
'. lag Josrasl IS swsths, (T BO, s speetsl
eoapoa of TOO votes (paid sdvaaee).
Sabacrlptloa to the Vvsslsg sad ssdsy
Morsisg Joarsal. three swaths by suit
(l.SO, s special eospoa of 1M votes (pel 4
la adrases). Sabocriptloa te the veslsg
sai 8aaUy MoralBg loarsal by Ball sis
sxiDtb, (S.TB, s spoeisl eoapoa ef BOO votes
(paid la eovsaae). Bsbscrlptloa te ts
' BToalag ssd Bssdsy stalsg Joeraal ky
stall IS BMSths, (7.00, s special eoapoa ef
TOO votes (paid la s4tsbco. Boatf-Weesl?
, Josrsal. (1.M s roar, spseisl eoapoa H 10S
votes (paid la adveaee),
SIX TS Cos poos saeald be voted et the
. hesdqaaKsis Bosrest roe er Bullod ts the
' eospoa eepartatoBt ef The JobtbsI, er st
any Botst BSBMd boIow. Totes will be
eoaatod Btoedsys, Wessosdsys sb4 mdars
ssd the totsle ssaoaaeed te the psbUe the
' (eUowlDg Sar. ! ,r
- Any candidate wltticrawtag tress ths aoe
test eaasot have ber votes eoeatod (er aa
' ether. . , ..,.'
KXADO.Tr AX TTXI AID TOTOIB fXAOISi
rint DisUluti '.Muifosish ss CIsckasMS ',
eoosttos. Voting place, Oospea Depertsisst
ef Tb Joerasl efSoa.
' Beoend tHatrtet Csloa. CaattUle aad
Third District Wasco, SbarsMS. OlDlaSa,
Morrow, Wheeler ssd Crook eoaattes,
feorth Slariot Bakes, . On at Bsnsy
sad Mslbsor ooestJes.,.
- tiKk. ftUUtot- OolnaMs ssd CUtMp
eoaoIlM, Oro ; Klickitat. Oowllts, Clark, .
Paelfle. Wahklskaa sad Skasusls eosatlos,
Sixth SiaHctefartoa, Una aad Una
ScosUes.; ; ,. i v
svatk Wrtrl Waahlnf toe, ' Tinaawek,
Yamhill, Bastes. Polk ssd Useola cesstloa.
' Xlth PlaUlffa-Donr laa. Com, v- Csirf.
lesopbtse, Jaesses. , Klssieta. sad Lake
Any Information regardinf con
ditlons of the Hawaiian tour should
be addressed to the manager of
the Contest Department of The
Coupont-Free Ha wall an Trip
' Honolulu, Hawallaa Islands - " -
-.. ;' 1 : - 4 ' ' r , , ,
I VOte for... ..weaeaeaeae.aaae .... aeee.-aeeevartfeeeee I
r - " ' - 1 -
- Thls coupon must be voted on or before December 14, HQsV
Appears as tlio
rwr? esajrrsy v -map w mm?, -e
DAYS MORE AND THE GREAT CONTEST IS AT A CLOSE
THE WAY THEY STAND
Wednesday evening In The Journal's Hawaiian Trip
Minnie 8. Phillips, depaty clerk elrrolt
Sallle Madigan, Olds, Wortman a King
Badle WlnUrmantlt, Cltj Ix works
W. " can naiaoi mmm.... ,i. Tl,fiT
Oretcbea Korth, telephone operatur Portland hotel ........................ 6a 3110
Rath Lee, endorsed by Pcdrratcd Traooe Coo sell 8S,K7S
Boss Sharon. tlO Bast, Thirtieth sttwat 8I.S:t
Hnrltte Wlnkhman. SOT East Couch street .... ST.2r
Marsarrt Smith, em Williams Svenae 2A.2M1
Edith Bern, 10 Stark stroat..... 36 iT"
Laura Derbyshire, AttO Water stseet , tSKll
Sopbls Olaoa, 3U8 Ivr atrwt 22.918
Else OrlHcl, Sua Eait Thlrtr-Pliot street 22.810
Alvens Hnm. 4rgoa City................... ,, , , , , ai.Biia
BIts Hurlbert, St. Johns .......7. - .......... 20.5i'4
fiurilTK, Db ,oan .............,.........,. ....,. U.Ot'S
OosevlfTe Holmoa. Old. Wortmas King tore .......................... 1H.4'
Nellie Monaar. 64 Ralolcb street M.rM
Oeorsla NInk. S2S Bumalde street.. ......t.;..... , 18,.fliT
Core Jollr.- T6S First street 14,l
Marios Leshr, Wondard. Clark Drag company 1.IW4
Cornells Barker, Sxe Grand ereau, ............. ............ 10.SH4
Bars Beddlrk, Oregos City ...... T.TiTT .
.o(iHg .riace, voupoa wparunani. eoornsi viace.J ' , , -,. -
.';-' -'-,- ..lttBXaMCIjrO.. . .: r- ... . . . '
Mlas Katis Kash, La Grande, Oregoa. . ,.,....,............ V4.4SS
Mlas Mollis Proebatal, Le Orsnde, Uregaa ........a TS.SOT
(Voting -Pteco, La Orsnde. Btrlnbeck Blever Coafecpoaery.) .
Miss Asue rietcber', Pendletos. Oresoa. 7.4J4
Mlas Pearl Hani,' Pendleton. Oresoa... , 16.144
Mies Orso Hawks. Pendleton, Oresoa 14.5(8
Miss Mabel Johasso, Pendleton, Ccesoa. .................... .........,...... 4.T4S
(Voting PUce, PeadUton, Brock McOomaa' Drag Store.), . ...
Miss Lillian B. O'tlarrs. Athena. Oresoa ..... ....1. M. 10.64
(Voting Pises. Athens. Dell Bra. Store.! ..
Mar Callahan. Walla WalU. Waeblnstoa vans
it? ci aiueier. waiia nana, waanmstoa
Bosv Toons, Walla Walla. Waabtnctoa
Hattl Brows, Wails Walls, Waeblnstoa
Aueiia jsarr, nana nana, nHDinfiaa
(Vottns Plsce. Walls Wslls. Wsbugtota
euiis jS lanos, westoa, uragon
, BIBTK20T sTO. s, : ' "
Knllls Croasea, The Dalles, Oresoa........ 41.TVT
Ladle Crate. The Dalle. Oresoa ....... Sl.eo4
i Voting PUe. Tbe Dalles. Blakely Drag Store.) - " . r- ,-- -
tells Richardson, Hood River, Oresoa ........ asnng
Laurs Cratnor, Hood Ktrer, Ores. ................ 1X20S
(Voting Place. Hood Rtror, Wrlcbt'e Star.) ... 1 .
Florence Oeorse, Arllnstoe,- Oresos . .. .
110,111. . ..., juuniue, snuH.
Lena Rae, Henpner. Oresos.......
Grace Haser, Hnppner, Oregon. ..
voting i-iaco, neppner, rattersoa m
Gertrude Shsssos, Coadoa, Oregon
lace, oonooa, Jackson a Horalbrook's Btore.)
fl&tm, frlneTlll. Ororoa y....-... 8Sg
Miss Rme Mae King, Ontario, Orogos.
Mlas Hatrt Bartos, Baker City, Oresoa,
Mlas Gr trade Tlce, Baker Cltr, Oresoa
Mrrtle Brattoa, Baker fltr. Oresoa..;
(Voting Place. Baker City, LeTtnger's
Clar Swain. Burns, Oregon
(Voting Plaes, Born. Welcome Pharmacy.)
iwiay Miieriey, vaw, Oregon. ................. ......
Oorsldlae Dorko. Samptar, Oreros , ,.
(Voting Placer Bempter, DeNt Clgsr ssd X sweet and.)
DISTRICT BO. 6.
Florence Hesvtvn, Tsncoover, Wsahlnatoa ' 1 1 1 ' n 1 1 , , SS.14S
kvoiins riaca, vancoaT,-oi Main mirww.g
atherin Oore, K a la ma, Wsshlnstoa , . ,m ...... SB.T00
i Voting Pisco, Kalama. Coffey' Btore.) .. . ,. ,
me II William. Ktlso, Wsahlngtoa , 1 ,., 1S.SH
(Voting Plae Kelao Confectioner.)
Ml Bts L. Tndd, Astoris, Orecos . .,.... !T.tt
Mbi Rohlns Cofman. Aatorts, Oresoa.,... ........... 8.6U
Ml Bather Amlersoa. Aatoria. Orcso. ... aoeg
(Voting Plaoe, Aatorts. Owl Drag Btore.). - , . ,
Ml Mry Berge, Bom v-it-r, - wK'"g Vt 1 ii -i .... tl ll.f-t
Miss Dlr Watkins, St. Helena. Orogoa ...... ...,MlMV..M 0,006
(Voting Place, St. Helen. Oray'a Btore.)
Annie Perrlne, Clitakanle, Oreson.... .... .-. - ZstOO
(Voting Place, (lataaanl. Simmon Co.'s Btore.) ,
Oertrad Randall, Caatle Bock. Waahlnstoa - - , , , l.aa)
Grace Wrlsht, Cacti Bock, Waahlngtoa , - - , - - , 1,421
(Voting PUe. Caatle Bock. Aider Drag Xtar.) . ,
Alice Perry, Rainier. Oregoa L 1,(01
(Voting Place, Rainier, rrUdbarg's Coafectloaery.) ,
SISTUOT BO. B.
niancne nren, eawia, urtsja
Mlnnl Ireton, Salem, Orrron.
Marr Dsvldaoa. Salem. Orecoe....
l Ball Darby. Salem, Oregoa. ......... li.SAO
Pearl Shelley. Salem, Oregoa. ,......................... ... T.4M0
Mlnnl Arbenhseh, Salem, Oresoa.. ...-.....e...MeM.......M.....M l.KTO
Nettle Beddekoop, Salsm. Oregoa ..Me.e,....M.e..VMM. 1.22S
(Votlsg Place, Salem, Haa' Drag Btore.)
Madse Battee.. Xoen. Oregon , 4T.S4S
Emuis Moffctt, Kussne, OtM Mi,HrMrMM,n,NM.n..Mn 13.4TS
Stella Bean, sgeno, Oregon 1,466
(Voting Place. Koseoe, HuU'e Drsg Store.) , ,
Mand Blair. Cottas Orov. Or-roe , . , , ..w...-. ..... m.. m 67,2ny
Kr Btewsrt, Cottaf Orovs, Oregoa., ...... e.e.e...... S0.811
Ltasl Vtch, Cottag Orov. Oregon ....... 11,021
(Voting Plica, Cottas Oror. OIU Confectionery.)
Lacy Morcom, Woodhurs, Oregon........... ,..mim..mnmn 88.TM
Mrrtle Traak, Woodbura, Oresoa.. ,M.ea mmmwm 11,110
(Voting Vlaos, Woodburs, Beebs Whitman' Btore.)
Pearl Sarafe, Albany. Oregon....... ., .. 1T.0T1
Massi Chamber. Albany, Oragoa... ..............,... 1O.60T
Alice Lock, Albany, Oregon ...e.e.,e.ee.. 1.6M
i Voting Place, Albany. Dswsos's Drag Btore.) . ..
athrrs Oarrls, BIlTtrtea, Oresoa. 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 -' 11,606
; Voting rise, Bllrerton, Brook urug Btor.)
ddl Slmpcne, Lebanon, Oregoa. ,-w,Mnoi
(Voting Place, Lebanon. Cotton's Btore.)
Nnndi Olesy, Aarora, Oresos. ............
Fay Cooley, Brownsvllls, Oresoa
DISTRICT BO. i, "
-Berths Conrtemanch. McMlnarllle, Oregoa ,...,
(Voting Place, McMinnTiiie, llonaer a
Myrtle Bntler, Foreat Orov, Oregon
(Voting Place, roreet orove, l oeorse's
Head Kennedy, Lafayette, Oregon. ......
(Voting rue, lamiyett potornc. v. , . ,
Marie Hoetetler. Hlllabore, Onfog,,'',MP,tl.M,MuMMM.H 20.11 i
Has B. Bowr, Hlllabore, Orrson. . . .V. 11,260
(Voting Plsce, Hlllsbero, Bcbufmorlch'6 Btore.) ' . , .
Orc Starr, CorvalUa, Oresoa .....,.... . 11, WO
Cor Spangle, Daytoe, Orecos .............- . 16.60S
(Voting Place. Iartos. Harris1 Drug Btore.) ,
Minnie Boy, .Dalle. Oregoa... 11,000
(Voting Place, Dallaa, BUat's Coafectloaery.) '
OHt Btratlon, Newnerg, Oregon . -..- ...... .-.m 0,040
i Voting Place, Newherg, Caldwell A Co.' Store.) . , 1
llllan Webster. Philomath. Oregon B.10S
Roeal C. Holsbelmer, Bearertoa, Oregoa 6,870
(Voting Plsce, Beavertoa, Thomas Thing Ccafectloaery.)
SISTUOT BO. s. .:..-.'..
tMns Parsley, Bosebarg, Oregoa. ............ ......1, ........ ............... BO.OOT
Dal Harmon, Roseburg, Oregon ti,Kt
(Voting Plaos, Kooebars. Hatnlltna's Drag Btere.)
Maude Berry, Oranta Pa, Oresoa.,... ........ 88,KV4
i Voting Place, Oranta Paaa. Smith' Drag Store.) . '
oalae T. Jon. iacksnnTlll. Or, cos M. 84.1)8
Jennie Worirird. Medford, Oregon., ......-..,..... K1.4U0
(Voting PMC. Medford, Ruawll s Confectkmery.)
LydJ McCll, s ah land, Oregoa 61.011
Frances Oebors. Aahlaad. Oregon. ........ ..... 8,011
(Voting Plsee, Ablod, Button Newaetend ssd Bsyles'.) , .
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. - '-.4i.aMea.eeMe.",.. 11.084 '
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: 11 1 . 1 t j l ' 1,874
Drag Btore.) ,1
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Cotmting Is done on
.Monde y i, Wednes
days and Fridays and
the standing of the
to the public tha fol
lowing day F iff