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tiia;. OREGdN daily jounriAL.- Portland. Saturday -evening,, june 2. ic:3.
ATTENTION, ? TRlLEIOJiED
"STUDENTS ;J1 17RECKAGE
HIRED ! fmn , -jnJ;V'-V' :.v-, 'y- r-r ' -. . , T '
ge iLae supyeiie Coif!! Iss 1 3dLG i
DONT NEGLECT THIS GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TO SE- Lo8inK Engine Jump Track,
CURE THIS MEANS FOR CONTINUING
, ; YOUR EDUCATION.
Holding Engineer (bid Fire
man Beneath It. A
OREGON DAILY JOURNAL'S ;
RESCUED FROM DEATH BY
EFFORTS OF BRAKEMAN
Your Choice of the Following List of Scholarships and Cash Prizes
j ' as, Remuneration for. Services Rendered The Journal 1 ,' '
During Your Leisure Hours This Summer. .V7"---;-V-J
Logi Precipitated Into Locomotive
Cab Break Steam Pipe and Scald
ing Steam Envelops Imprisoned
Men. ' . . ' . '". '' "
; '. . ' ' : " CASH -PRIZES.:
1. To asalat pupil ejecting to attend any State dr private Institution "'
providing free tuition for a period ot not lea than on year. ........ .$300.00
I. Sam eondltfona aa the foregoing ;.... .......... i . 200.00
. Caah for Incidental expensea In addition to a scholarship. to1 be selected.
.iron) tne roiiowmg list i ""'
. Bame oondttlona aa the foregoing
v eame conditions aa the foregoing .........
.4. Same conditions as the foregoing f ,. .
:'-"-V SCHOLARSHIPS. ; '
ACADEMY OF THB HOY.Y NAMES, Astoria. ."Oregon Tuition for full
academio course. - Value .. .rv. ............. .
ALBANY COLLKGK. Albany, Oregon--Xwo years tuition in the. classical,
scientific, academical or commercial course. .......... ..... ........ ..
BEHNKE-WALKER BUSINESS COLLEGE. Portland One or more sehol
arshlps good for one year' -tuition In bookkeeping, shorthand or
commercial courses ........ ......
CAPITAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, Salem, Oregon Ten months' tuition In
- business or shorthand departmenta
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, Portland Tuition and dinner on echool days
. xat school year beginning September a, 10
OILLESPIK BTHOAL fiB KYPBKfiainN. Portland Two. nrlvala and "one
clasa lesaon per week and use of library for one school year . 12SJI4
HILL MILITARY ACADEMY," Portland One year's tuition. .' 100.00
.' HOLMES BUSINESS COLLEGE, Portland One or more scholarships good
. - for one year's tuition In -the bookkeeping, -shorthand or commercial
- '" courses'. . .......... ......... . ... 104.00
HOLMES-FLANDERS PRIVATE SCHOOL. Portland One yeara apectal :
: university training; one year's normal course, or a praeucal, English
course tor one and one-half years. ................... v. .
INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS of Scranton, Pennayl-
- - VAnla A n V at the r.mkr hnm. fltilriv courses valued t . . I '
. OREGON CONSERVATORY Of MUSIC. Portland One pianoforte acfiolar-
f"r Mia Tears tuition and the " or music xor tna course... . ,
ner vtCTltn-arhorarshlp ivelk -eml-Wna-.aystem,-aama aa -Ihe .bre;
- ceding ..; ,..rv
.'." t Vancouver. Wash.! Jum Hurkllni
rails caused a serious wreck on the Sara,
I -eke Shore t Eastern railroad yester
day. , .... ; . a- ..... -v
A tralnloadr of logs waa ditched from
a trestle and Engineer Ben King and
Fireman William Flch were severely
75 00 I 'BJur1.- being scalded - by - escaping
ten steam. The engine was demolished.
Vea Logs were "driven Into the engine, cab,
wvaftuif in. ..muu pipvs, w ii lie inw
overturned locomotive held -the ens-t
near and fireman beneath It until they
maBr Harry Towers. Botb' were r badly
100.00 . Fireman Flch said last avenlnr: "Tf
It had not been for the timely assist.
anca of Brakeman Towers, who helned
100.00 I ua from under the. wrecked and over
turned, enalne. both- Ktna and -myself
109.00 1 would have been killed, we ewe our
lives to his presence of mind."
Engineer King is very severely burned
and it is said be la Internally Injured.
The accident' occurred near Sarar
small Station on the logging road, con
necting . with the . Northern Paclfio,
known aa the Sara, Lake Shore at East
ern. It is thought to have been due to
warm weather. . Tbe rails were buckled
for some- diatance, causing ' them to
150.0 I spread. ! The Xraln was derailed while
paaaing over tns aerectiva piece or roaa-
11 00 1 way., wnen tne engine jumpea tne
Tracr several or tner-iarge loga on tne
too aa I at cara were thrown rorwara ana into
una guiiar ana manaoim scnoiaranip, same aa prsceainar... . .............
PACIFIC COLLEGE. Newberg, Oregon Two yeara tuition, ............. .
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE. Portland A Mfe course in railway
tTomtnemartfleeraulir. railroad aewuiitlua. ty uewrltlnc. peiiiuai
ahlp. ate , i W.
PORTLAND SCHOOL OF DOMESTIC SCIENCES, Portland (Y. "W. C. T.U.)
General training In domestic science lor one scnooi-year. or tne
equivalent in apeclal claaaea ........................................
SACRED HEART ACADEMY. Salem. Oregon Tuition and board for one
achool year . .v '.. 110.00 I
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY. Portland Tuition for the entire academic course
(four years) or board and tuition for one year ... 200.00
Negotlationa are pending for several other valuable scholarships to be added
to tne foregoing .list, thua affording a stilt greater number and variety for the
winners to select their prises, from. "'- . j Y" r ' " " . '
CONDITIONS OF THE CONTEST.
ts7e f trokegnae-teamTUlowe t eeoape. I
lAonol rinnra Deneatn tna wrotnou vns'ne.
the men called for help and the brake
man responded effectively. Tbe engine
Is a bad wreck, as It was thrown from
a treatie ana - practicauy orocen. to
pieces. v.- t.j . . ." . ' :
100 .0 FUNERAL IS DELAYED
UNTIL SON'S ARRIVAL
" Mrs. Fttena Wallace, who died May 10,
at the home of her daughter, 160 Thir
teenth street, was the mother of Rev.
H. 8.' Wallace, president of the Cooper
ative Christian federation, who IF now In
New York. In eomnanv with . Wallls
First choice of the- prises above mentioned to go to the contestant making Nash, attending to "-the - business of
highest score, that la, receiving the moat credit roInts or votes allowed on
- prepaid aubacrlptlona to the Dally, Sunday and Semi-Weekly editions of The
Oregon Journal during the months of June, July and August; second choice of
prises to go to .the contestant making the second highest score, and ao on until
-no less than 20 prises are awarded, proviaea mere eneii do i least zu active
. contestants who have achieved results justifying auch liberal remuneration. .
Any young person of echool age who can furnish satlafaotory references as
to character and worthiness of assistance in the endeavor to secure a good educa
tion may compete; provided, however, that auccessful contestants will be re
- atricted in their choice of scholsrshlps to auch as are suited to their personal!, use.
.aa the echolarahlcs will be non-transferable.
Candldatea for acholarshlpa may enter the contest at any time between thei
-opening date. June 1st, and tlte close. September Jat. An early start wm be
xouna aovnisous. j j r
. . HOW TO COMPETE. -
During the entire time that the contest la In progress persons paying advance
aubacrlptlona to The Journal will have the privilege of casting a certain number
of votea In favor of any young person whom they desire to assist tn winning a
scholarship. The business of contestants will be to- Induce their friends, and.
strangere. If they -choose, to subscribe for The Journal, If they are Hdt already1
taking the paper, or renew their subscriptions by paying up for as long a period
In advance aa convenient, thereby giving the contestants the benefit of tbe votea
- allowed on Advance payments. A eaah comrhtaslon will be paid contestants on
all new aubacrlptlona secured by them personally, or procured directly through
their Influence. . - ,
Votes will be allowed on all advance paymenta on subscriptions whether
- solicited by the contestants themselves, or paid or remitted direct to The Journal
office, or through any of the regular agents or collectors, but In all cases the
money must be In The Journal office before credit will be given for the votes.
Blank .voting .certificates or ballots will be furnished on request to con
testants or others who may have uae for them. For each subscription prepaid
one of these ballots may be filled out to correspond with the amount and length
of time paid for, the number of votes due. the name of the contestant favored,
"tctohs voted -at the convenlenceotthe-aubcrlber or 'conteatant, but no
ballots will be valid unless approved by the auperinlendcnmf uliuulallum :
Contestants need not begin turning In their votea before June 11. On that
financing the federation's plana. for de
velopment In Oregon. A telegram from
him yesterday directs" that the body
of hla mother be held awaiting his re
turn to Portland. -"
Mrs. Wallace was the widow of Wil
liam Wallace of Tennessee, a pioneer
Methodist, preacher and Royal Arch- Ma
son, it ho died SO years ago. She 'wag
one of the organisers of the Eastern
Star In the South. Funeral services will
be held at Flnley's undertaking parlors
next' Monday .afternoon, by Rev, B. H.
Mowre of the Methodlat church, south.
Fief erred Stock Oaaned Goods.,
Allen Lewis' Best Brand.
Its Opinion on Tuesday Compels Us to Vacate One-Half
of the Premises We Have Occupied So Long. 7: "
-,- Whatever may be our private opinion of the justice of the thing-, we must bow to the decision of the Oregon Supreme
-CourtHALFOF OUR STORE SPACE MUST BE SURRENDERED HALF OF OUR STOCK OF FURNITURE
MUST BE QUICKLY SOLD. Half of the ordinary prices will therefore prevail on much of our stock, and we shall not
, expect to reap even half of the profits on the : " 'f '.77 T7'- , r"" 7frTz- .z::
Great HURRY-UP FURNITURE SALE We Hve
Inaugurated to Clear Our House
t , ' Every piece of furniture, carpet, range and heating stove in the house will be sacrificed at .oncei' We cannot help ft!
The Supreme Court, highest tribunal in the state, has affirmed the decision of the court below, therefore we are in for.it and
will-take pur medicine like little men. ; ' :, ' ; , ' ' -"' '"' 'T"-
The Public; Will Bcncl Eny Our roiitoe " ;
It may secure anything it desires in the line of house furnishings anything anybody uses in the home, the hotel
taurant or office at prices that will warrant extra exertion on the part of the purchaser to immediately-aupply hit-wants.
, IT IS A ROUGH-AND-TUMBLE FIGHT ON OUR PART TO CLEAR OUT . HALF OF OUR BUILDING BE
FORE BEING HELPED TO MOVE BY THE SHERIFF'S -DEPUTIES. We have got to get out on the 14th day of
June.-The new tenant must have possession on June 15. -Those who buy quickly, therefore, will not only secure tremendous
argajLpsujLmlljaojJgJLn quickly, thm out our stock: . " -
I v 'y 1 '
LIEF, THE GREAT DANE, CAUSE
OF EXCITEMENT AT DOG SHOW
date the polls will be regularly opened and remain open until the close of the
contest. As soon as a eonsicieraoie numoer or young people nave commenced
active work the score will be published dally or aa loften aa convenient, so that
the public may keep Informed aa to the progress of the contest.
VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS.
The voting power of subscriptions will be In accordance with' the following;
iChedute; .- .. , "V:1. ,.. ;,. -, -
Sally Journal Without Sunday. -
Time. . " Carrier. , Mall. Votes.
One Tear ......,..$5.00
Bis Months ,. 10
Three Months - J,S0
Two Months ...... 1.00
One Month ; . .60
. Tlma l- CarTler. MalL Votes.
One Tear - ... $1.60 - 400
81 Mont ha .76, 100
Bally and Sunday JTouraal.
- Time. 'Carrier. Malt Votes.
One Tear . ..$7.60
Six Months .i $78
Three Months ..... 1.16
Two Months 10
Ona Month 5
unday Journal. -,;-
- Tlme ' v ' Carrier., Mall., .Votes.
One Tear ..$2.60 $2.00 , 600
- 8ls Monthe J.25 1.00 200
For Ifurther Information, If desired, apply to Contest twpartment, -Oregon
Journal. Poreland, Oregon.
v . $6
"f i r 1
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There waa qne moment of Intense
excitement -at the dog show- Thursday
ariernooa. xi waa an unnecessary mo
ment, as happily turned out, but while
It claimed existence In the eyes of the
alz spectators It was terrible. In Its
Imaginative, possibilities. For Lief, the
Oreat Dane, broke loose from hla ken
nel and atarted unguarded down the
floor, a little, curly-haired baby boy
directly In hla path.
There was a sudden - gasping ' tor
breath on the part of three foolish.
helpless, women; the Oreat Dane shook
hla enormous body and roared out nis
delight at sudden freedom and-his as
tonishment at the chubby HtUe boy
facing htm; the youngster cried glee
fully and seised the dog by the neck;
an attendant rushed in and. .hauled the
balking Lief back to hta kennel.
"Nice, doggie." said the little feUow.
The very Innocence of his speech saved
the three women from fainting. - -
Ambrose Cronln waa the curly-haired
boy who had no fear for the Oreat
Dane. His father, A. M. Cronln, has
four fox hounds bh exhibition at the
dog show and wtth the animals little
Ambrose has been playing constantly.
He has had a dog for his playmate ever
alnoe he could crawl about on his hands
and knees, and to him a Great Dane
was nothing but a Jovial, big com-panlon.
Lief. la owned by Dr. Jamee C zaa
of Portland. He la of good blood and
not at all dangeroua.-He almply got
tired of sitting in his kennel and wanted
to walk around .and see some of the
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1: Educational Contest, -1906
Name of Subscriber.......;.... ......
A mount r Paid $......
For . .Months 7 Beginning , . . . . . . . . '. ........ 1906.
New or Old?........
cast nr TAToa or
, I ..Good for. . 77. i. .r.r. Vote.f
Pledged to Vote Always With the People
aid for the People.
1. Statement No, 1, Irrespective of party.
I. Municipal ownership
t. Rigid enforcement of all state health
- laws. . .
4. An eight-hour, law
women employes. .
for men and
I. "A stated -salary for the-State-Pilwtas, T
adjustment of fran-
chlsea. 1 1
7. Taxation of the gross earnings
bank examiner. .. ;
WOODMEN OF WORLD WILL
HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICES
Memorial servloes will be held by the
Woodmen of the World In Foayster hall.
Sixth and Washington, at tomorrow
afternoon. v 4 '
v Oevernot Chamberlain, a member of
' 1 the fcrT. will deliver the memorial ad.
dree During the year-Webfoot camp
- bm lt four members, Portland camp
four. Prospect camp four. George Wash
ington camp three and Snnnyslde eamp
one. The memorial eeremony will be
conducted oy the officers of the day.
whoae past conaul Is H. A.. Fredrlch of I
George Waahlngton eamp..
j .- Votsrf.
t. Bepeal of convict labor laws that
bring prison" labor in competition
with honest tollers.
10." Requiring . corporations to grant
equitable ' penalona to all peraons
seriously Injured while In their em-
J ploy during the continuance of the
If 70a approve of these principles
Why did Judge Webster obstruct I rlaca i Vour X of apcroval to No. B7
..... mttnrt At ahM4ff Wa a ..Iam. i
the law against, gambling and refuse to n tht official ballot . .r
uZw :Ipwim-.. """"H r '-. : ;CfiO. U HUTCHIN.
at Co. bank, half of '-which, he said,
had been improperly remitted on the
tenth of the preaeufin0ntKr
Fred C. King, candidate for the house
of reprenentativea, asserted that he Waa
before tile nubile aa an emlsaary of
the common people. He had resided 1
years in Portland,-! Tears of which
had been spent as a botlermaker for the
Southern Pacific Mr. King, aa a union
man. commended the purposes of or
ganlsed labor and aald he believed the
pollrv of- unlowlem worttafl-lor me
benefit of the whole working class. He
predicted the reelection of the people's
hlah-mlnded senator, jonn M. ueann.
To make certain of that reelection, he
urged his 'hearers ' to elect the entire
legislative ticket of. tne Democratic
rouses senator oauu,
After a recitation by Mrs. Johnson,
George L. Hlchln, another legislative
candidate, talked earnestly for a few
minutes. . "Mr. Hlchln waa also proud of
the record of the Demooratlo officeholders.-
He called attention to the fact
that Senator Gearin la at tbe head, of
them. He apoke of Tom word and de
clared that the latter had proved the
best sheriff Multnomah county ever
had. Referring to the national senate,
Mr. Hlchln Intimated that it had been
aold to the corporations.- The remedy
he proposed for such conditions w
the ejection of United States senators
by a direct vote or tne people.
- - Word Beoelvsa Ovation,
When Tom Word arose the applause
waa of the deafening sort
"Two years ago." said Word, "the
people Of this county elected me sheriff.
1 promised them at tnat time that
would enforce the law. It la up to you
to aay whether I have lived up to my
promise or not - .
'"I ran' the office for $10,000 a year
less than it had coat to run II previously.
The riuntXluoOa-yhlch JJhijedJ..vyet I..
$I.9.000 a year, v-dldnot- place lnjftl
banks for the purpose of so-called graft
A banker once aaked me how much time
I would glveJilm If I should suddenly
need to .straw $100,000, I told him Just
time enough to allow me to draw the
chert. T 1 : ?
"I am not making any great claims.
but I do claim the credit for running
the gamblers out or town ana out or
the stste. Previous to my administra
tion the Portland club paid $660 a
month for protection and took $1,000,000
a rear out of the laboring people. All
this has been. saved.
1 have a contract In my pocket" con
tinued the sheriff, "with 1 gamblers
that they will gamble no more aa long
as I am sheriff.' ir .1 am fired next
Monday that contract will expire, and
there la no question but my 'opponent
has agreed to allow them to open up
again at the old atand If he is given the
It has been aald that I did not know
enough to run my office; that I had to
1 get Republicans to run It for me. I tell
you I promised! "the people that I would
take the office out of poll t lea. I be
lieved that the only way to do It was to
select both Republican and Democ ratio
deputies, -the- brightest I mil Id find for
the place from both parties, and that la
what I have done' All I have to say Is
:aln I wilt do
all In my powerjto be a credltjto Mult
nomah county." .
-A speech by Governor Chamberlain
closed the program, after which three
rousing rounds of applause were given
by the assemblage. One for the gov
ernor, one for the sheriff and one for
the legislative and county picket
-NO DEFENSE FOR BOURNE.
NWe All Make Ktetakea," gays loweU,
la Baferrlng to Candidate's Vast.
(Nperlal Dlipawh to The JoernmJ.)
Ashland. Or., June J. Judge Lowell
Walter Toose and T. J. Cleeton arrived
today to attempt to Jar loose the work
of Governor Chamberlain's meeting Mon
day. Though Oovernor Chamberlain
spoke tn the afternoon, when the rain
waa pouring down, he bad an audience
Of 18 more voters In this Republican
stronghold than' did The speakers- to
night, who appeared under the flneat
The speakers confessed to the strong
hold that Governor Chamberlain had
won the afectlons of the voters and
though none of them attempted to assail
his official record, they pleaded hard for
Republican votea. Dr. Wtthycombe s
name waa. only mentioned once. Toose
acolded the audience for not giving more
applause. - Judge Lowell, declared , he
would not defend 'Bourne' a past political
record.' "We all make mistakes." and
Bourne had made hia.
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The Ti4rm E3
Bwk yttf wtietwi Ivy
' Gre.$r Vak
Yellowstone National Park.
The government official entrance la
via the Northern Paclfio. Livingston,
Montana, and usroiner gateway.
It la' the wonderland of the world-
offering the finest coaching trip In
4 me r lea and the study of nature's most
wonderful phenomena: It may be seen
aaa aldelrlpe nfiut e to or from the
Special excursion rates for the round
tripwill- be made during, the aiimm
to points east, and Tellowatone park
should be Included. Join the "See
America First" flub and tra-el via the
Particular at ticket office. tU Mor
rison street corner Third.
DEPUTY COUNTY CLERK
PRESENTED WITH CHARM
Wilbur G. K earns, who recently re
signed as deputy county clerk, was
presented . yesterday with a gold Odd
Fellows" charm by the employes of the
county clerk's . office. The charm Is In
the shape ot a Maltese oross. with the
emblematic three links on the front On
along every line of longitude from
North to South ; every, parallel of
latitude from East to West; pile
thereon the foods of every dime and
which make, x perfect world-food. :
xC In a dust tight,
(w moistur proof packa'i.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
the1 reverse side is the inscription, W.
O. K. From the county clerk's efSoe.
May $1. lo." ,
Mr Keanis x s b- a r'rtner in the
real estate R. . ; ..1 i r- cf
$i$ r -t
yean i 5 '
son 1. 1
c -ll r.l
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