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Cb!Ie-e Easr to H&v for Ctudsnts Young Man arid Women En-J
rgetio Enough to Win
; Hard Work
. . Rinora of oowrmrAmra xm rona.
4 Nellie Mar Shannon. Ill Tsnlno, Portland. Or..... .00,116
. Horses A. Wilson. 161 Halaev St, Portland, Or,.. ...........11.171
Our Graham. Troutdale. Or...................... ............ ...,4..76
e Lllllaa MeVtcker, St John. Or. ................. ................11.961'
Mildred I Clemens, University Park, Portland. Or.............. .11.600
' Rhode, L. Btelnakar. Albany. Or. ,7; .V. . ..' . ......... . . , ...... .4t.16
CUy-Jooea.- a Baat Twelttlr "it,"
Bertie O. Chan, 161 Oar St, Portland. Or.. ................ ...;
Charles Gross, T. X. C JL, Portland...... .11,700
Edith M. Harris, 410 Oxford St, Portland; Or. ............... ....11.110
Carl Shelton, rorty-ei-hth St, Mount Tabor, Or. ................ .19,061
Marr H Powell, 41T Salmon St, Portland, Or. .................. .16.161
Rojr Johnson, 14 Division St. Portland. Or. ...... . . . . ; ... . . . . . .'.Sl.llt
Maa Fsndergrsss, 111 North Seventeenth St, Portland. Or. 16,016
Malsle O'Donnall, Buxton. Or.............. ............. ,.....,.n,U
Paul Nrg-ren, 181 Xaat Third Bt, Portland. Or. ... 11.116
John Benson. Cbemawa, Or............. .................. 10.T96
Dorcas Van Schoonhoven, Cove. Or.. ....... ................ ...... 14.1X6
Mabel Macneas. Amity.1 Or.. ............. .............. ....11.140
Louie Serra, Astoria, Or. .7. ...... ............. 1,711
Seaa Knox. Corvallls, Or. ....... I,..,.. ... .................... T.1I6
31nn PatUlo, Granta Pass. Or ........v,. ...,. ......,'6.116
Ruth Turnar, 101 Kerb? St, Portland, Or. ........... ...t... 6.186
Barrr Brant, Tha Norton, Twelfth and Morrison, Portland. Or..,. 6.116
IJoyd Blches, SUverton, Or ..................................... 1,6 00
Oar Carr, Salem, Or...... 4,116
Ailaan Haakman, Mjrrtla Park, Portland, Or...................... 4,640
Louise SeptV Central addition, Portland. Or. ......... ...... 1,110
Our Johnson, SOI Grant St, Portland, Or........................ 1,016
R. W. Cyrus, Solo, Or...., .................. 1,666
Irr Owess. Cadar Mills. Or..................... 1.T1I
Edward I Kinsman, Unntoa, Or.... ...... ...,......,... 1,616
Asues Evens, Letourell, Or J,. .................. W00
W. X. Owynn, 141 East Thlrtx-aeventh St, Portland. Or......... 100
-Or. Coaras, Aetorlsy Osv. . f . .... .. ..;...... ....... 4T4
4 Richard W. OllYln, Roaaburr, Or....... ........... 411
Oaorga D. Kins, Klngaton, Or......MV m,. . 101 4
' Henrietta Holmes-Flanders, of tha
f Holmes-Flanders Preparatory : achool.
. . Portland, one of .'tha aehoola of Tha
Journal's educational contest, has a fa
': vorlte qaotatlen which abould become a
-1 signboard to- young r people who hare
time to Invest It ia aa follows:
"Knawledga eannot be stolen from as.
It eannot be bought or sold."
.V This is the season of the rear whan
' the question.' TVhat aohool ahall I at
:.' tendf. is - uppermost with. all young
' people who hare decided to strtre for
' the Imperishable wealth of knowledge.
The list of schools mentioned In The
'. Journal's contest may aid all seeking
suoh Information to settle .that Import.
. tant question. , , i
' World Baaaaads Bffteiaftsr. -
Too many young people leare the
. - schools and apply Xor position before
' they are properly prepared to be ose
. fuL The day of the practical appren
J tlce-to tha trade and profession la pass
' ' . ing. Tha world demands efficiency and
' : soma degree of profldenoy right at. the
start.' .r ., - - ,. ,- . .- ,
. ' The captain of Indnstry has no. time
(4 to explain rudiments to. the hopeful sen
. j of .fond - parents. . ..The hopeful must
j stand th test alongside of the bor who
atana ui teat moojuu. oj u tot wno
nmasUtftJht Jlrpl. wlioujLj
1th determination to make himself
so valuable that he will be needed. .
The . strenuoaltr of modern business
Hdf-Ft Cylinders 50c
Cylinders -. 25c
10-ln. Disc - ' 60c
12.in. Disc - $L00
Catalogue of 75,000 In
ry stock. Outfits, Si. 00
dovrn and $1.00 per
WHttem raaraaase wttk everr
on till slgmad br aaannfaetnras.
Eafl Mope ;
of the most nutritious of. flour,
foods Unocda Dbcuit the
v . only perfect soda cracker. Then
, you will be able to y k ;
, ; aTecause a well-nourhhed body
has greater productive capacity.
Thus you will also be .able to
bccauia for value received there
b no food - to eccncziical as
Unocda Clzzult ;
moistvrt proof packazx
. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
v a 3 , L oaat Osa
Their Own Way by "
Portland," Or ."-," .
Ufa raqulraa "tha know-how In arary
aituatlon. Tha armduata of tha olaa
aloal aohool faola thla naoaaalty bafora
going out .Into tha world of practical
affairs-to" eomplata hla preparation In
a profeaalonal, maohanlcal or Industrial
patdamoa, Trntdrinf and Xnytnotbla.
Mra.Flandarahlta off a trait of tha
uooeaaful atudent which appllea actual
ly aa wall to tha aueeaaaful apprantloa.
Har obaorratlon- may ba axtandad. In
fact to apply to tha man and woman
or arraira whoaa aohiaramanta eauaa
tham to rlao abova tha many.
' -Bxpananea - naa taught ma." Bays
Mra. Flandera, "not to plaoa too much
rallanea upon a brilliant lntallect, tba
aooompanlmant of which la too often
mora Impulaa rathar than ' ataadfaat
purpose. It la tha oouraga . that darsa
attempt "tha patlanoa that la untiring,
tha larlnclble 1 will. that maka tha
Ideal' puplL In other -words, ha must
possess that rarest of all . qualities
:backbona,' - :; .
Ooaitoaiaatsi Sara aakfcona.' v'"
; Tha - wlnnera of Tha 'journal's aohol
arahlpa .and. eaah , prlsao ..will, demon
strata In their victory that they haya
i axrate in weir victory mat tney nave
that they possess "the courage that
dares attempt tne patience mat la un-
sV I M .'..-
Columbia Phonograph Co.
Columbia B!dg.,371 Washington St.,
PORTLAND . : . .T OREGON
Foflowsrs of Smfth Havs Com
plete Control of Present Ad-
' ministration of Jdaho.
DEMOCRATS BEGIN flGHT
- AGAINST CHURCH RULE
Governor . Qooding Trying for Ra
clection Upon Gallery Pltyg H
Was Abl to Maks In Steonenberg
(pedal DUpatch te Tne Jeeraal.)
Weser. Idaho. Aug. II. Politics In
Idaho la becoming of the tropical or
der. ' Probably not -another state la
the union haa for tta laauee anything
resembling tha Issues before the peo
ple or iaano at tuts time.
The Republican party haa gone be
fore the people on the isaue of the
Bteunenberg asaaalnatlon, claiming Tor
their nominee for governor tha present
Incumbent - Prank R.. Gooding. , that
through hla connection with the case
ha. la entitled to a re-election at tba
hands of the people. They appear to
work upon the presumption . that no
other maie'ln the state would or could
do what ha has dona. What haa ha
done more than any other executive,
be he Republican or Democrat would
have donaT Did any maa do lass than
to see that law and order ia enforoed
he would be faithless to hla sworn
duty a th governor of a great state.
yy OeedJar Officios.
There are many people In the state
of Idaho- and they are not confined to
tne Democratic party alone wno be
lieve that" Governor Gooding haa
too offlcloua in the matter; that much
that ha has done has been done for po
litical effect and that It will prove to
be a boomerang. : It wlllcost him the
labor vote of the state. while every
true citlaea of the atate la In favor of
th enforcement of law and order, they
do not believe that men who are
charged with the eommlttlns of
crime should be used sy some .maa to
runner hi political anas.
' The Democrat have made an Issue
of Mormonism and interference la pol
ltlca by the Mormon church. They
charge that two years ago Governor
Gooding was elected by a combine
made by him with the leaders of the
Mormon church at Salt Lake City.
' ' ' " B6mom Appointees.
To lend color to this charge. It la
only necessary to refer to the fact that
every appointee of the atate adminis
tration la either a Mormon or secured
hla appointment through Mormon In
fluence. Old line Republicans, who
had fought the party's battles - for
years, war told to go away, back and
sit down, where they were compelled
to witness the - appointment of men
whose sole claim to distinction
that they were members of the Mor
mon church or had tha Indorsement of
President Smith of the Mormon church.
That the Mormon church Interferon
ln the' politics of the state of Idaho, ao
person who la not blinded to the quea-
tion--buna as tnos wno win not
will question. " , -.'
, , : sToadaasat by Oaaioh.
Governor Gooding received the nom
lnatloa two years -ago from 'the' Mor
mona, and he received It again at Poca-
mona, ana ne receivea it again at rocau
Urlng. th Invincible 1 will that makes
the Meal puplL" . , , .
The young people who graduate from
The Journal' contest into the-schools
of Oregon will become the pride of the
Institutions whlch.jthxslect to attend.
And, proving themaelvea 'Invincible and
untiring. ' as contestants 'and students.
they sre likely to exhibit those same
valuable qualities la the business af
fairs of later years.
The boys and girl racing for schol
arships are being tried, out. before the
public Every one la gathering a circle.
constantly growing larger, of admirers
and supporters, Tha larger the -acquaintance,
the greater the responsibil
ity. Kvery contestant owes It to him
self and to his friends to meet tha ex
pectations of his friends la this eon-
test and la future undertakings.
. Prise at ataks.
Tuition la beat Oregon aehoola. 111
la gold and easn commissions.
Following la th list of scholarships.
offered aa priaea. Detailed information
concerning them will be published from
time to time, or furnished on applica
tion to the contest department!
Academy of the fioly Names, As
toria. value W...I16
Albany College. Albany, value 166
Behnke-Walker . Business College,
Portland, vain ltt
Capital Business College, Baletn,
value T. let
Columbia University, , Portland,
value - 10
Dallas College, Dallas, value 10
Gillespie School of JBxpreealon,
Portland, value lit
Hill Military Academy, Portland,
Holme Business College, Portlaad,
Holmes-Flanders Private School.
Portland, value 160
International Correspondence f
schools, Bcxanton, Pa., value. i.. 110
McMlnnvlIle College, McMlnnvtHe. ,
vaiue . ft
Oregon College of Optometry........ 40
Oregon - State Normal,: Ashland,
Oregon, caah priaea and
Oregon Conaervatory .of , Music
One Pianoforte Scholarship, value 100
On Violin Scholarship, value.... 120
One Guitar and Mandolin Scholar
ship, value 100
Paelfto College, Newberg, value..... 100
Facino Teiegrapn institute. Port
land, value Ill
Page-Davis Company Original Cor
reapondenoe School of Advertis
ing, 411 Commercial building.
Portland School of Domeatlo Set
nee, Portland . (. W. , C A.),
Sacred ' Heart Academy, Salem,
St - Mary's Academy. Portland,
Besides the eaaS commission which
th students receive when they secure
new aubaoriptlons, eaah purses to the
total sum of fliO will be awarded aa
1. A pars of f 100 for th general ex
pense of the winner while attending ear
publle or private Institution providing
free tuition. . .
t. A purs of 1100 to be ased la tha
same manner aa the above,
. A purs ef 1100 for Incidental ex-
fiensa to supplant a scholarship ee
eoted from the foregoing list
4. A purse of 171 la addiUsa to o
of th foregoing scholarship
r.'D ttAN 15 TT ;r-1 THAN
f Let th greatest a. Met have dysnept !
and his muscles would soon fail, thy il
eal stxenath is derived from food. If a
San hat luauCicient food he losea itrerlgth.
ha haa no food he dies. Food it con
verted into nutrition through th stom
ach and. bowels. It depends on the
Strength of the stomach to what extent
food eaten- Is digested and assimilated.
- People can die of starvation who bavt
abundant food to eat when th stomach
and it associate organs of digestion and
nutrition do net perform their duty.
Thus the stomach Is real It the vital or
rin nf t hs hod r , If the stemaeh Is m est" ' '
tne body will be weak also, because It U I
w iui si-oiuaca iu ouuj relies tor lu
' strength. And as the body, considered at
a whole. Is mad up of its several mem
bers and organs, so th weakness of the
-body as a consequence of "weak" stom
ach will be distributed among the or
gans which compose the body. If the
body is weak because It Is Ill-nourished
that physical weakness will be found in
all the organs heart liver, kidneys, etc
Th liver will be torsld and inactive.
I giving rise to biliousness. Joss of appetite;
weaa nerves, ieeuie or lrrvwuiar action t
DacKacne ana kindred disturbances and
- Mr. Louis Pare, of Quebec writes! "Foi
rears after my health becan to fall, my bea!
grew dlxsy, eyes pained me. and my stem eel
was sore all the ittm. whlla evarvtklnv 1
all the itlme. while everything
would eat weald seem to lie heavy like lead-
my stomach. The doctors claimed the,
'as srmnethettfi tmtihl dua InnMni'.ii
It was srmpathette trouble due to dyspepsia
and nrescrlbed for ms. and althoiurh 1 tool
and prescribed for me. and although 1 tool
their nowdera reerularlv vet I fait no hettnr
My wife advised me to try Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and stop taking the doc-
tor's medicine 81
bought me a bottle an
we soon found tbat 1 began to improve, so
1 took on flesh, ml
l took on flesh, m
stomach became norm
al. the diseetiv onrsnt
irfectly and I soon began to look
like a different peraon. I eaa never cease tc
be grateful for what your medicine has done
forme and I certainly give it hlebest praise.'
Don't be wheedled by a penny-grabbing
dealer Into taking Inferior substllste foi
Dr. Fierce'! medicines, recommended tc
b "just as good-" -
To gain knowledge of your own body
in sickness and health send for th Peo
ple's Common Senas Medical Adviser. A
book of 1000 vages. Send 91 one -cent
tamps for pa
vered, or SI stamps
tot eiotb-bound copy, j
Address Dr. K. V.
Pierce. 60S Mala Street,
teat of three-fourths of the Republioana
ef the state, who were. opposed to his
nomlnstion; but . the Mormons - con
trolled the. convention and nominated
whom they pleased and then Governor
Gooding, having thla power, behind
him, named every peraon who was
nominated on the ticket except stats
superintendent of . schools He named
a man for this office, but the women
raised suoh a storm of protest that a
lady was nominated for the position,
Ssorstly Indorse Polygamy. -
The Democrats also claim that tha
Mormons secretly Indorse polygamy;
that In fact membera of the church
are aow living with plural wivea In this
state In fact one man- ln Bear Lake
bounty, in the southeastern part of -the
atate, a Mormon county, became very
Indignant two yeare ago when charged
by Senator Dubois with living with four
wivea ' He branded tha senator as a
liar, saying ha was living with bat
three This msn Is a Judge of the dis
trict court elected by Mormon vote;
his son is district attorney of -Bear
Lake county snd.hls son-in-law sheriff
of tha county. , , .
Pair-minded honest Republican are
tiring of Mormon interference and of
Governor Gooding's boss ism, and have
announced their Intention of voting the
Democratic ticket and administering a
rebuke to Governor Gooding and hla
Mormon silica, ,
- -."1 Borah 1,0 Admirer. -
; William B. Borah, one of the bright
est attorneys and the acknowledged ora
tor of the atate, who before the Repub
lican convention at Pocatello was the
m0i a th Rxnuhltrans of the mi.tm I
umlnWfarrVit amTyeraTaa Itfi
is openly charged ha was Indorsed by
the convention for senator because he
had entered Into a combine with Good
ing and the Mormona In order to secure
the nomination, as hs was not strong
snough to secure th indorsement with
out their assistance.
For governor the ' Democrats - have
nominated Judge Charles O. Stockslager.
Judge Stockslager has been on the su
preme bench of the stat for the past
eight years, and is a maa of unques
tioned honesty and ability for the posi
tion. Hla home Is ln the southsastsrn
part of the state, ln th Mormon seo-
tlon. where he Is universally admired
for hla manyjxcellent qualities, and
that he is a msn of tbs people Hs will
get many Mormon votes In that section.
It Is freely stated that the younger
generation of the Mormon church have
become tired of paying tithes to main
the church, and then being told
for what party and for whom they must
vote, and that they propose to this year
exercise their prerogative aa American
cltlsens and vote for whom they please.
Senator Prod T. Dubois. Idaho's senior
senator. Is a candidate for reelection at
the hands of the Democrats. Senator
Dubois has made for himself a national
reputation In hi fight against ths Mor
mon .church end ths retention of Reed
Bmoot of Utah In the United States
senate Senator Dubois la regarded a
power ln the senate and enjoye the con
fidence sad respect of President Roose
velt and haa more Influence with the
administration than both of Idaho's Re
publican representatives combined. To
lose the. services eft Senator Dubois at
the national capital would be a severe
blow to the state . . '
Woman Champion atlas.
Women of th Stat regard him
the champion of the purity of the home
and they will aupport aim at the polls.
They know that the women of the
nation have their eyea npon them, and
that by their actions they will be Judged
aa to whether they Indorse Mormonism
or are opposed to It' The oueatlon la
one fraught ' with great Importance to
the future welfare of the atate, and the
coming aieetion - win decide whether
Mormonism' or the people rule Idahc
Prom present appearances ths people
Profaned trtoek Oaaasd Ofoeeai
Allen Lewis Best Brand,
Barasd. ' .
' (treats Dtsaatca e Tee- oraeL)
Forest Grove Aug. II. While the
thrashing crew were eating their din
ner Sunday, nre proa out in the
threehlng machine belonging to Bart
White, who waa threehlng for Mr.
Beeler en the Oak Beeler farm In Pat-
ton valley, eight miles southwest of
this place One thouaand bushels of
rra" - - were - etTTyeJ. 11 1 ' ' 1
If you have any IVloed
saw aBBBB 0jhsMv4Bsa K4oaWTs easrVOs I 1
St f 0aa&efcae ssBSBvsvsa sautBasa 0Maa-BH I
Ta W sspajSsBSBsessI We savsywvasj, eevw w. avs-ssassssr g
f tt-a. CmXInHm. aASSCTT'S I I
V NA."V BtAnJ wS sew jea m mm I I
sMtvasTOJf, 9 OTaOaV TVaVswssfMata o otMtaasBtt m It
V TMoa atsB (saaTstf OB OstassBr) tJ . M f
n IS TEE
y, t ICV '
rinn'i fail r a1ra
you nave such a chance, again, xesteraays response snowea wnat a iox or. conuaence Port
land women have, in this store's word. FOR TOMORROW WEDNESDAYTHE VA1
Formerly Sold at Q1.25, Q1.T5 ana Qg.50 1
:t mMUJ iiimiini iigy
transaction in Men's Shirts that Portland has ever known. w'fcU,7 y
600 dozen Men's FinejNegligee Shirts, made of best quality imported Madras, silk and wool
and all silk;, custom made,
patterns to choose from; Shirts
all to go at one price Wednesday onl at
in rich figures
Very Best Quality,
0,000yard ot fine Normandy Valenciennes Laces and Insertions; a magnifi-
cent assortment of pqttfr n rli frnm; wifitha frnm 3.8 tnlM-y-
inches. . These are very superior quality Laces and are regularly sold jf Th
at 15c a yard. For this Special Sale Wednesday only.-.7TT7T-.nrvTOas
On Sale Wednesday Only at this Price.
Silli Taffeta Bibbono A
Wednesday Only at a . . ' .
2,000 yards of Silfc Taffeta and Mouselline Ribbon, all pure silk, high-? -ly
lustered finish, comes in all the desirable shades. Also -5,000 yards
of Fancy Ribbons, Polka Dofs, Dresden, Printed Warps, suitable for
girdles, sashes' and millinery. These are our regular A
; ; v A Great Sale of Dress Ooods
Silli Finished Mohair and
Valnes From 50o to
V42.000 yards of Plain! Colored
. . . .
inches wide, warraniea pure monair, very iusirous nnisn ine
most staple goods of the season colors, navy, , tan, ; pink, brown.
green, red, gray, blacK and cream; regular ouc,
65c and 75c t qualities. On special sale Wednesday
at, per yard. . .
Large consignment of 20,000 yards of Fine Swiss and Nainsook Em
broideries, direct, from' manufacturers. These, are best-grade goods
come in widths from 4 to 10 inches lirge assortment of patterns to '
choose from. Our regular 50c
per yard V. ; , ..
TT A R
Never in the history of this
loHanpJto ,otfer ptt&er value
'ythh . is i represented in this
ls ! MThree Days Gale"
i j .'Prieeav Ayeraero f
Ozio-Holf and Less
f ehas svtranrr1Snarv hareraina.
UES ARE GREATER THAN JiVKK UJJfUKJ.
Fine Negligee Sliipto
See Third Street
- The price placed orf
the Skirts 6fferedWed-T
nesday morning are
lowest that ' we
ver known on
of equal quality. ,
event easily surpasses
neatly tmished; a great assortment
tbat sell in the regular way at
500 Dozen Superior Hish Class
' .. : UECKWEAB
Regular 50o and 75o Qualities
Wednesday , Only, at . ',' :
See Windqw Display for Patterns and Coloring
EXTRA SPECIAL Wednesday we place on sale ,
500 dozen Men's High-Class Neckties,, in : beautiful
aillr anri satins: a crreat assortment to choose from'
and stripe effects; also plain colors in CEIIT3 HACU
all the best shades ; - made with rrencn seam re
versiblethe kind you always pay 50c and 75c for. To. close them.
we say take your pick Wednesday
': WeeiMLay Only at
75c Wednesday at e e
Mohairs and Secillians, 28, to' 46
t , i . - r- i .
and 75o Qualitica
and 75c yalues. , eri -
, 1 . 1 fcP '
. . i l -
STT. TTVv A ' -v '
ISTCE ' j
DAT P ,
for not in man v montha 'will
any iTPJmHl 1c AYtrr
or colors and
51.25 and $2.50
I. A purae of 160 la addition to on
of the foregoing scholershlpe.
f. A purae ef 1 16 in addition to on
at th foregoing scholarship. ,
i , . . .