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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, . lCGTi
AN INDKf ENUKNT NEWSPAPER.
C. S. Jk-n..
TobMnhM arery Tnlnf (cseept Bandar
etm-j imidT uwnlnir. t Th Jnnrnal Build-
tna. rifll Had lan.lilll atraeta. rortUnd. Ot.
Vntorod at the nnafnfflfle at Portland, Of., for
tranamlaaloa turutifli tl mall a aacood-claea
miliar, ' .,r , " v ., j -- ' '
TKLEPIIONB MAIN TITS. .
All denartnaBte rMCliM tiy tfchi ramhar.
the eparator b department ye wast.
FoHKlUN AUVgBTlSINtf EKPKESKNIATI V B
Vrevland nmlamtn KnaHnf Adrerthlns Afencr,
r Bran.lr HotMlnir. 825 Fifth stanae, Jiew
a lofkj Trltmne Bulkltn. Ctilfaitft. ; - ;
Bnnacrlnttoa Tarma b mall to an address
la tl Lolted Elate. Canada, of Mexico. ,
CM faar... .',.1,. $11 00 I On BJWta. .....$ -80
UMAr. . - ..; v
On nu........ .t2M I On month. ,...!.$ 3S
i- - . DAILY AND SUNDAT.,. ;,-... . .
On fear-.... 17.50 I On tnontb........ OS
v Prejudice corrupts the taste, 1
mm iv y w jiugiuoui,
la all the 'concerns of life. r
Racine. 1 ; "j ':VrSx'(':''r
A DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE
trackmen say they are so poor that manufacturer to make a good flnan
they cannot afford to strike, as they clal showing entirely removes the Jn
muBt . work constantly to exist. A centlve for one manufacturer to turn
picture is given of an Iowa man and out as ' good material as his co ra
ft Is wife and seven children, who was petltor." : f : . ; v' ' t ';,'
discharged because he sought to grf Thus the American people are not
anad vance In wages, over $1.25 pet j only paying , an enormously exorbi
day. Many pictures are printed I taut profit on rails (as well as other
showing broken and defective rails, steel manufactures), but' are getting
r - WAS emlanUyflttln.lor
waterways to have been a topic
before the Willamette 'Valley
development . league at Cottage
Grove. There Is no doubt but that
a crisis Is on In the transportation
of the country. A stage Jn develop
ment has been reached In which It Is
physically Impossible for the rail
roads to handle the business. The
increase., in. the .volume , of produc
tions seeking marleta and the de
mand for. them to be moved, have
become stupendous. ' The lumber
tonnage seeking outlet from Oregon
by rail for the month of July, IS 06,
exceeded that of the "month of June,
1905,, by 129 per cent. It leaped
from .22,000,000 tons to 72,000,000
tons, requiring an additional 826
cars to move it. The transportation
requirements for the northern two-
thirds of the Interior of this country
have doubled in the past 10 years,
: while In the same period the trans
portation facilities increased but
one-eighth. Similar conditions , ap
plying to all lines and extending to
every section; present transportation
problems beyond the powers of the
railroads to adequately and satisfac
There are not shops to build
cars enough to - meet the re
quirements. There are not locomo
tives enough to draw the cars,
even were the cars available. There
Is not trackage enough, nor sidings
enough. There are not enough FEDERAL COURTS AND STATE
mlnals.; There Is not enough avail- , T , 1
auie laoor 10 mine ana manufacture
' A Minneapolis - doctor says kissing
roust go. Aiui it ooaa by ravor.
Nobody ' knows whether ; San Fran'
Cisco Jiae two .mayors or. more, ,
Of course the undertakers are an eiv
ceptionaliy cheerful lot of man.
Y 1 -1. MS V.... . , , a...
.1 I V . ,, . ii.i - il.. .,n. W. ... -m I. ;ll IwmH w won wuv nun l
"no ouu uau iuuuiuuus vu uiei iouo vunv launo ueeiructiva Vi. yrvyi Ul Oordons to pay advarUalng rates.
Missouri Pacific, and it'ia aald other ertv and loss of life. i ' i , . ' ' . -' ;' '
a. e.i m...i c e.v.i. I coean'i n w amount to
n viivc, viiuin a otuwau t mucn thaa day to become an I Li .D.
demands of th trnrkmwn am tnr 12 I aafd tin nna neoBBlnn! "I Irnnw nnsl. I ' . -', ' .
v-.. if- i...,....ij.':.i. 'mJ Moat amlnent man ara en eloaer ae-
wt u DiRUfc-uuui uuj, buu jui uiuioi uioi; vuai uugiauu cauuui yruaucii quainttnc round to cave been over-
trackmen. The Trackman reprints I pig iron at actual cost for, less than!1" V ': e'A.' A
figures from the Interstate commerce! $11.60 per; ton, and cannot put It I The crop failure prophete have only
inmm !! a nrta ,- In I Intft fool ll W laea'tka.. If KA I ?.'. ' : . lo PfaUCl UOl
th frmr Year a frnm, rt 10n( I nr tnn. mab-lnir nn'.nnat nf 110 1 : ' " " .v .
.' -r?ivv" " T" :in,'(.(.. i
luiiuoiio, lucn Btic tu iu tuuuu; ivu tut iBtin. . rvo vuu uinte isuai ominoua. , uan it Da poaaioia mat '17. it.
22,884 4erallments, causing a prop- for $12 per ton.".; Yet. the steel ru rMUnT. . ,
erty loss of $19,484,025, and killing trust, that nndersells English manu lUneia Adiaj stavanaon u atm aiiva.
ii , ,, . I .v j -i. een ' " " "' """u
iivn vwyiv ouu luuiiug i,ii. iiawiuicio auivou auvut ttv yor iuu i again who anyDoay. , ' .! .
There- is no reason to doubt the has for yearg charged American I ; r - ' '
statements made by this organ of a I consumers $28 per ton, ft prof It, ac-1 trncle Jim Hill, but everybody can't be
class, of, underpaid 4 workmen. Its cording to Mr. Schwab, of $16 per I n(1 "nyiM , ; ,
illustrations are corroborative of its ton, or 1 S3 1-3 'per cent, or about " Aa Enaiish lord la to marry a MIm
text, and ghow a most wanton reck- 40 per cent above wlat English rails ftr0Z1 bLC n?V delop
lessness of human life on the part of j i that would not break) could be laid 1 .. 1
the railroad managerg.; For the poor Mown for in, New York: But even niV 4"" K-bJuot
rails-they ao-ot--'.Altogether,:. toJtpMalnfiaMi; cK!ll!LJW!rJ nSf11 .to B":bim loy
t.t. V 11. . i A. . I MnMf. V . . A J.I I, Jt - ' 1
umuio, uctsuao iue aieei trust msKHi I """"'"I " wahjui oi a ie w aui-r i. . the Jewelers .are not ualns
i or diamond,
IflOOS IJ , , r s
Bright Boys and Girls Enter
in Journal Educational
Contest Every Day,
HAVE BEEN MAILED
In the contnst. Among theno af ,
la are Influential people In Eurwiih. ; X
intlclpBtee the pleasure of visit- ; CStJ
From these ahe has aseurancea of aur
port In the contnst. Among theao I
ln- thfae friends during the conteat
and fei'la sure that they will atora up
votes for her. -
Hilda Brandt enters The Journal con
teat to provide a tneAna of further
phoollng, after ahe hna finished the
Portland High school cotire. She will
strive with all her might to aecure a
cash, purse which will pay . her way i
through the state university,
Contest Manager Can Be Found at
Office of Newspaper Foor, Hours
Bach Day Score Will Be Printed
poor rails ' and the tariff prohibits I lar a ton, the, American people are u"t"e0'ota "ri"
the railroads from buying rails else- swindled, out of tens of millions of j "V , c
where.' But In regard to rotten ties dollars annually by this single Item
Nobody dies ef heat erostratloa in
ana pauper wages mere is less ex-id toe outrageous lann law. , oca. nest summer climate in toe coun-
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cuse, when one reads -of the enor-l comer'g weekly, which auotei the - , ' v
inniit inmiiii timinH r. thm nil. I bKota " atafemsnf n SxtiwaK'a Th war In Central America, threai.
v D, . " "1,-. tn hMnm. .. .
run us ana ., me
Bright and ambitious boys and girls
are enlisting In the Journal's educa
tional contest. . ,:'..:,.:, '
Several complaints have been reoelved
that subscription receipt books prom
ised contestants have not arrived. These
books have been sent out to all the
by themselves. They should be In the
postofflee awaiting every contestant be
fore ths issue of the Journal contain
Ing this notice, is published.- , . ; -
v ecfipt pooag ... were ., dispatched - as
fourth-olaaa mall mattn nnin.i i M
jArgs.envelopea bearing the addreaa of
tu wournai on -me corner, con teatante
So far as at present made up, the
scholarships to be awarded at the
end of the conteat are presented be
low. More achoola may be added as
the contest progresses and the num
ber of determined contestants mul
tiply. -.,; ....... '
III - X, 1 ! ' ., . A
Xhe rerfunied Gown.
Ever-changeable Dams Fashion has
sprung a fiew aurprlae on her devotees.
Hill Military Academy for boya. Port
land.-Oregon. . i
iwo acnoiaranipa; one acnoiarsnip v. . . . - " . .. '.'
with kA.. ,,inn i...nHrv mA u1 n "ad persuaded them that
other items' amountlna to 1500. Another 1 Is no longer good form to allow the
acholarahlp aa a separate prise for tut- person to emanate scents which may ba'
tlon and noon meal, value 1W). v distasteful to others, eomea th. .
St Mary's Institute, Beaverton. Ore- whlni, ; which la
gon. One scholarship In academic oe-l..,'. .u , : .
partment. Including lessons on any In- nwa with, an appropriate odor. -
strument; also board, room, etc. Value I There ara all aorta of possibilities In :
8210. this Idea, as, for lnatanoe, If one follows
fit . Helen's Hall. day. and ' boarding this fad to the extreme, one's mood s
fPJ5k2! Jl,r,i-dJ,n.?.l..,ri: m,y "Med In one's dress, so that
SBaasjs viwm n viiwakt sAsBFf
lag noon meats.
the moat casual observer mi.
Whitman College, Walla Walla, Wash. of course, too. It reauire that ona . i
mm v,ra.,iY.wi, vt anouia nave no otner business on hand
OUtsldai thai rltv ahnnM
colossal ; fortunes I Q notes Mr. John Blgelow as describ-1 Fourth of July celebration in an Amar- j masters for the books. Toung -people In
.V,tnV. . n..u ... ...VI.. x.i lna)in,AaoHn..t town.
of them. Think of an American citl- by which a good share of the prop-
Viclnltr mar . atmlv In
e e ' - - ' I person at the elreulatfnn danirtmant .t
BO rar. the Ban Francisco eartnaaalce I ine journal wnere hooka and othar sun.
ham rttt tmn ithftfvul In flnhmlts .nil I nlia will ht fMrnl.h m.A .
renin these days supporting a family! erty of eighty millions of people Is I Ruef, nor has Orchard confessed tol If out of town contestants have not
and rearing children on, $1.25 per Practically confiscated forUhe ben- M ' - . eytttth' W:!
A man ef 60 can scarcely be ex-1 should notify the conteat mana;er ; by
day though Jn this part of the coun- eflt of , the three' or four . millions
pected to be so eager about the Fourth I ,tt,' to that effect and a receipt book
try wages of trackmen are higher I WCo participate in the profits of such of July celebration as the young Amer-1 will be sent tmt by the first post
IIi.ti iki. ... I cnnflacottftn e' e ' Omim((a I lean of II or ' - I Srabaorlntiona Almn MmmtwmiL.
umu nuv o r nig uiai i icu uictt. I - -- -.. v , , A , . ivmuuu i v a) e v f 1 . m
: f. i . . . t-ivievuun ... a e
But the American railroad managers tor the sake of protection is a dogma Th more one reads Dr. wiiay'e re
.. .. . ... i . t.,, , - . . , I marks about food, the more one is con-
are altogether too niggardly with M" a republic fit only for a highway strained to believe that he lives in a
boarding-house. , ,t . .
. e e . - , ' ;1
respect to keeping their tracks in nun, a fool or a drnnkard." And
The conteat manae-er ni ha Von nil
at The Journal of flea on week days be-
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fut thato. axpreaslng m :pA,..Ul.
year, value $120.
repair and duly watched, as Is done I yet the eighty million people not only ' it looks as if Portland. Tillamook and
,1 "I a fl -UwmaHlara a - haal haait i aa.
In Europe. ; Dividends are every-(stand It, but half of them somehow I prtved of a railroad for two years or
ininir. ' nmn , ana lira or . travelers i ramer vaaueiv Denevn in it. aa mm.
nothing. To -compel , railroads : to thing , that In . some . mysterious,
spend a great deal more money in round-about ' way benefits them.
this way would no doubt cause rallrj Really, aren't we "easjr marks"? ; .'.
road men to cry . but that they wer V'" ' 1 : '." - - 13 ' - '
being persecuted, but this should not , V PLENTY OF COAL.'
Drevent the lawmaker from cnlns-1 '''
ahead; and passing laws requiring nTHEREm ARB People who every supposed.
thlB to be done and so Drotectlnit I "ie -wnne predict , that the
It Is hinted that Colonel Hofer ex-1
peota the granges to help make Mm
governor, " He knowa mora about farm-1
ing than Horace Greeley did,'
" t ... ,- ." a , t-.-s-:'....;
"Senator Dick refused to talk ba-
cauae he- had nothing to say," reports
an eastern paper. That little tinhorn
politician must be wiser than we had
NOMINA TE A FAVORITE
mM - . . a. . a. a. . ... . 1
vr snTerai, yon uk n you nominate more than one, select your nominees
, ' from" different localities. 0:. r ,';-'-.
Cut This Oat and Kail to TH JOtrMTAX, OXTUUrz, OS, At Oao.
Willamette University. Salem. OregonTj 'lying un to "them, for, indeed: only the
Twa acholarahlDa One in either oolleae ul" fashionable woman has time, now-
or preparatory department, value $50; ;aayf 'or moods, nor are they worth
the other ' In tha muslo department Sn,1'l"rtlon by other people unless bar
value $100 ravora ara of moment. , .
Delia Collet Tlall. firon. Bchol- ..B,"tLl!!l!!j1J. ."e fad. as. told ,
ihin i, iih.V.;.m . Mihta a. V" u" ""las jrom me wona or 7
partment value t$S to $50. I The fashionable woman Inatead. of
Portland ' Academy. Portland. Oreaon. I odoptlna one Derfume and ciinsinr
Day scholarship In either college or I that at all times and seasons,. now has :
academic department good for Onech gown perfumed with an appropri "
iter sown or BDanUh laaa
-oaor 01 etiipose
'h arou&es aur-
inn rnmi n.. : . - .
McMlnnvills Colleira. McMInnvllle. I Hap prn.h .itn.
Oreiron. Two . scholarships. One In an odor of Pftrlaian vinlt . t .n..bZ .
either aeademlo or college department of tha lighter moods and suggests arace
value $50: one In the department of and delicate taata. When she walks
music, value $0. - Ifor health, she wears a Scotch tweed .
Paclflo University, Forest Orove, Ore- Lnevt which breathes faintly of -,.
arahlp In the academy or college, value Sf wna. and Is intended to repre- '
ibo. una scnoiarsnip xor agin witn l 1 - u uruinsa.
linn vu, tuiiici to tna oriental nouse
gowns and klmonna nna la In K. mM.a
f. 'Irir of scenta Hera ws hava
all the sweet entrancing odors of the
Mra. Walter Bead. Portland, Oregon. f,U2Sn 5S"nt,nJf
Teacher of vole and atagtng. Lessons 2' f.'Vi tS';r.wIc,l.
to tha value of $100. , " " , d Un dorabU Mnorl
IrxrmZisxxMB oxxooir joxtekai, pobtxaitd, obxoov,
I nominate tha following as suitable to enter your conteat for aeholarahina
the people as much as possible from .WW fa' uppiy.wiii.hecome
these constantly recurring railroad " exhauBtel n comparatively
horrors. Where one person is in- Bnort "Pace 01 "me, hut , these are
terested in large railroad dividends "hort-alghted pessimists, men who
thousand are Interested in safe naTe woea neitnor ; widely nor
travel and right treatment', of em
ployes and the general public.
iron into . locomotives, . cars . and
tracks to handle the enormous busi
ness. There is not labor enough to
build the trackage, were the; Iron
available. What is more, the swift
growth of population, the Intensifi
cation of methods and the appllca-
, tlon of science, all vastly multipli
cative of production, will tend to
further complicate a problem already
harassing in the difficulties it pre-
. sents. ; ! , i
It Is a moment when the 0'
vant turn naturally to water trans
portation as a' means for delivering
the country from its glutted traffic
The streams that, after all, afford
the cheapest of all transportation,
add to that virtue the even greater
one that they; cannot be overtaxed.
They have no car shortages, 10 lack
of tracks, no Inadequacy of terminals
; when once man .has, done his duty
by clearing them Of obstructions. We
of Oregon, blessed as we are -with a
Columbia and a Willamette, shall be
signally false to ourselves and those
to' follow us if we do not Improve
and utilize these natural highways.
DIVIDENDS VERSUS DEATH.
-' .:;';:'-.-V r''aaBSBaBaaaaBaBaf)-i V; . i y
tjiim TRACKMAN, a periodical
i published byr the - National
' - Union of Railroad Trackmen at
Fort Scott, Kansas, In a recent
issue made an expose of the criminal
negligence of railroads with respect
rto defective rails and ties that, if
true, should ? lead t to a far more
searching Investigation than has yet
, been made, and to measures for the
protection of -, the ' public , against
such deadly material as appears to
be In use. The facts set forth,' with
accompanying Illustrations, by the
Trackman relate almost entirely to
the Missouri Pacific railroad, but If
this road is thus culpable it may be
presumed that others are so also, as
all the railroads obtain most of their
rails from I the same source, the
United States Steel corporation, alias
the steel trust. 'T 'r? ,
The executive committee ' of the
out of reach on (account of cost of
production and transportation.
I ; According to a bulletin of the
United States geological Burvey, it' Is
estimated that , 12,644 square miles 17400 acres!
In Alaska are underlain by coal-bear-J
a-ajEDERAL JUDGE M'PHERSONJ " ootv accessible will be attain
li?ot Missouri held recently : that j able and under a new ' "economic
X ' - the federal courts had Jurisdic
tion to pass on state'" laws for
the regulation ' of ; railroads. The
new two-cent fare law was . under
consideration, and , Judge McPherson
took the question out of the hands
of the state courts, where it had also
been raised, and decided to test the
law by a three-months' trial of two
cent fares, after 'which he will de
cide whether the rate is reasonable
or not. He intimated that he thought
this rate too low, but will put It
Into operation If he can for three
months and study the result and de
termine whether the rate shall atand
or not' Leaving aside " the prob
ability that no Judge can be sure of
deciding right on such a test, It is
not apparent where Judge McPher
son ; finds authority for assuming
Jurisdiction in such a case.i Thls Is
a state law, operative only within
the state, and has nothing to do
With interstate commerce, yet hls
federal Judge proposes "to regulate
the; - whole ' matter entirely. Inde
pendent of the state courts and all
other state authorities. In Minne
sota the questlon ; was raised as to
the right of the state to regulate
railroads at all, which may be a
proper question for a federal court
to decide, but this question was not
In , Issue 1 In the Missouri casei and
Judge McPherson assumed,. that the
state had such authority. s Whence,
tnen, comes his right to take charge
of the matter to the" exclusion of the
state authorities? ; It5 would seem a
proper occasion for the state courts
respectfully but firmly to remark to
Judge McPherson: "Ton attend to
your , business,' and we will attend
to ours." ' ; '
. 'Bandon will, have electric lights by
Albany college Is carrying on a Bum
mer normal scnoot. . v (! ; -
'' Tha 4 hop crop In Marlon county is
coming aiong vary niceiy.
Out cf 600 voters only to voted In ths
urants fass scnool election.
' While a Baker county man was driv
ing, bis horse was killed by lightning.
..,--" ; . " " e a
. Dufur baa a fine and amnle ' water
regime that is eoming will not be KKiiV- u u Inor pajr"
' STAXB i'w':' AOl isOatZta Fame ef Bokeol m ..:J
mM"mJ ' w OoUaga Wanted, y
'':-'.'-Vv-':;'vvv:':';re; 7; V':"':'-,'-r:- -':"::' :-':'J':'. v. ;y'' ",V
deeply. The coal, in gome: locali
ties or small ) countries as t Eng
land, 'may become exhausted In the
course of a few hundred or even a
few scofo years, but; there are inex-
hanstlble quantities f elsewhere that'
(Any young parson between tha aces. of 10 and 10 bavin arood character ul
I cngioie xo enter tms eontesvi ...... .vj",.f.w
V. - Whose Permanent Address ls..,,., ,...,,, ........ '" V... .....
Whose Telephone (If any) m.4Al...'.tt..,..'..l,C...t(i.,,
east, franrlpant orange flower water,
sandalwood, almond and spicee. ;
It becomes. the duty of the lady's
in mt a to sea 1 inn eacn gown and petti
coat la perfumed In the approved and
appropriate atvle before it la im .
for the lady, and all the little accoutre
ments are supposed to be In harmony. ,"'
It Is not ao atated in tha aahlm
notes, but it la ta ha nmnmul h.
the stenoarapher who la employed In a
business house win aim
clinging odor of tobacco amok, and
that the Cook will continue tn hrina inm
the room which her zreaenoe graoea,
the mingled odors of cabbage and onions.
It wlll, probably, be quite appropriate
for the nurse to bear with .- .
f estlon of soar, and toilet powder and
or the doctor's assistant to wear a
falnt fragrance of Iodoform.
Am I aaid. Ita rmaalhlllHaa ... ..A- .
less. - ,-T"r
...;..;;:'-- It ;-' .;: .
Art, Not Manufacture, 1
Gerome'e Ivory and bronse status Ta
Bellone" is a work of art and not a man
ufacture of Ivory ar.d metal, as the col-'
lector of the port and the board of gen
eral appraisers classified It in determlni
Ing ths rate, of duty to ba levied on it
Judge Hough of New York who listened
to the appeal of the Importers and the
present owners. Tiffany & Ctf. didn't at
tempt to conceal his impatience when
Haines is a rain conslderlna tha ouea-
Al .... . .. .. . T .
tion 01 cnanging 11s name 10 Ataaiuin
aprings. j - -n t .4
A Clem, Gilliam county, farmer, ax-
pecia za ousneis 01 wneai an acre from
a...M 1 A A m n. .ni 1.tA M an A I lmn.IV a' K.Im.,Ia . ' L I A ..Ll..l tT.I..,, . -. . . fi.,.i.. . . . . .
Av.aw m 1 lu ..... v. mem.. . vu ... . u.l. ui. ljljii .i. inu.lL'. . uu.ru. m.ai.Huii uiiilvu dlklk . r i i. i n r i . i irir
between i and $ o'clock in the after-1 room, ate., in Herrtck Hall, $150. . j ney r J.. Osgood - Nichols sought as bis
Paclflo Collag Newberg. Oregon. One r.u Yh.AoT.,J.upK.r ."" ivvnMx
scholarshin in either ooll nr Intdaanv ln.t.h".r conclusion that the statue was
noon. He will ba glad to ' mast con-
testant. and their, friend, and to ad- 'f'or one hool 1 year? $.o7.V 1.,? 1 5J aut' M uu
t.JX Myer. 141-Alder-street Port- u Is inconceivable," said ' Judge
lY,t.0r2F0?- ' "wbo larshlp good for Hough, In revereing tha declaion of tha
71 hours Instruction In drawina. Oil lannralaem. "that lh. nama
or water color palnUng. or pastel, his standing as an artist should not ba
Holmes Business oollege, Portland. Known to any man at all familiar with:
viae them as to how to proceed to earn
the- valuable awards offered In : this
contest. .-..; -
The buaineaa office, of The Journal
Is open to receive aubsorlptlons at any
lime. -ineaa auoacripuona may v
Ing rocks that Is, rockB that prob- for making cement is reported found frtaioi ni make a scholarship one year, value $100; S.r.,.tB!,tih..cUf",'fictni!
.w .,i.i v.near Gold Hill. V I the of flee f or tnernl 1 lone academic or civil service scholar- Propsr and is sustained by thisveourt.
ably contain coal seams and .that , N. . I , it y not ba possible, In 'tha short I l'P. one year, $100: choice of either aSo Jl i"iy,.tV.only 1? per-cent,-not
period of the -conteat for boys ana .-"uirat.rc.B4 or enoixnana acnoiaranips, v,;;,,,. r . . u.. " ..VL
girls seeking scholarships to personally Ha months, $(0; night oours any. da- J5S3nS a iraAriri;.rI-l.nl?i,t
wait upon everyone of tha $0,000 jpat-btmt M 4v;V, J Krm,.U,l.!.r1. 5lV 5
1.2S 8 square miles contain workable , Fraewater and Milton fruit will be
1 i .M .,vt... it"' ?"? "-r in tjuaiuy ana a
.UB.uo o miiwuuui- Digger crop man aver Derore.
ous to tertiary and in composition! . . ' . '
I A Tabairlav man .iiff.kl.fl.ltl.
from anthracite Of good A quality cer In tha face and helnleal waa left
through high-grade semi-bituminous10 " unattenaea and alone.
Bieara ana coxing coais ana orainary Lime will soon f made In large
TFl mm AlriVSt V aat aMIaVfais aa
Hundreds of square miles of tern-j creamery in Prinevilie la almost an aa-
torv thlefclv nnrWloM with 1 it "ur. iact. 01 tne j,ioo required to
- 1 install tna Dlant. nearlv all.haa been
as yet untouched In Canada, not very pledged. 4 e '
fir from the boundary line. There Linn county newspapers are natur.
... .vf..i.. .n.i -1. n lAlly crcwlnt over the fact that , two
rone of Tha Journal and tha mora than I Behnke- Walker
160,000 readers or tnis newspaper; oui 1 Portland. Orea-on.
ptf natrnn Ini raaner mfl v ehAAia I fn. it M..,k.
Business coll ere. ;,n..A VJ... J. .'-::. ' . ..
s7Wiff sinrii-ilsiyaihf-.si I ii la -. a A .
rSM .trmK.Cr 5 tha . da,Wr? which "la
paper accounts which will ba publiahed. bineA oouraa value $81; one scholar- bronsaT The blade of ' the? dun? i, it
Nearlr avenr day theae columns will shin tnr a mntitha ai... m9a.i,l.i yr:, '"z.?.Vt.i Vr
contelnrticle-s about contesUnta. j what ,i T scholarship for 'mWh. either held on" tha"1".? t'Trm lS"of "alumin?
HE BIGGEST BUNCO SCHEME
ON EARTH. :
HAT "easy marks" the Amer
ican people are, to be sure,
to, go on ' year .after year,
and one quadrennial term
trackmen's union,'; in an . "address to after another, submitting patiently
the public press and people,"' charges! to -. the .'enormous plunder of the
that "the railway tracks, as a rule,
are In a notoriously bad condition,
causing almost hourly wrecks," and
that railway companies do not em
ploy more than one half men enough
to properly keep the tracks In repair.
Tho nverage wage paid track la
l wrs, it Is asserted, la less than
11.25 per day, no more than It was
;0 years apo. Not only are bad rails
i I, but many rails are broken be
. ; -9 not properly supported with
t millions of rotten" or decayed
1 being,1 la uso. Tracks Are not
, c'.'.'t c'tt orda.' The
steel trust,., and many others,
authorized by the present tariff
law, and that,'! too, wheni ' as
has been pretty well established, the
trust. In Its greed to make big divi
dends, is ! turning out brittle rails
that break, and cause - the loss of
many lives. '4 A prominent railroad
man recently), aaid: yThei real rea
son for the deplerafclo condition of
rails furnished for nse'on American
roads is the cupidity of the manufac
turer (the ;steel trust) in placing
quantity aboye quailty: The lack of
cfigetltjon, and .the'deaire of the
In three or four Widely separated ,n Oregon, aa shown in The Journal's nominees in the contest
localities, and may be others, and
only: one of them has been at all
developed. - Various . countries ; of
fed her to bis hogs, and as a result he
nauiea on 1 dean nogs, and several
more were expectea to aie. , $ -
South -America contain coal, as well
as China. Siberia and other Aslatlo
s Instead - of worrying about the
scarcity of coal some 'hundreds of
thousands of years hence, heads that
assume to b reservoirs of much
wisdom would better be telling us
how to make the coal as free as pos
sible, to the people, and prevent; it
being monopolized by a few race-
Lid . on in Portland.
From tha Lot Angeles Herald. ?
Portland, the Oregon metropolis. r'
ports having passed through a distress'
ing ordeal last Sunday. For tha first
time the experiment of a dry Sunday
was tried, as a conaeauenca ws read
that Just. before the closing hour at
1 o'clock Sunday morning there was a
ivi iiiicu . tiiiciimri vi'n 1 if t na anminn
drought by drinking all they could lay
related. "One .man, running to get 'into
a. iwuun iiniurs me aoors were closed,
f11 and broke hla , lee.'W-Anrf rin.11.
"Street cars to nearby towna whara ih.
"3 J" "S1 V wer" neayuy patronized
all day Sunday. - , " , .
Quite a contrast between the situa
tion thus depicted In Portland and that
which characterized Ios AjurelesX a
the aame time. Los Angeles has just
200 saloons, one to everv l.Enn nt
la tlon. approximately. Everv one of
these saloons Is closed "as tio-ht aa a
drum every Sunday, a . practice that
has prevailed since Los Anreles ' at
tained real city proportions. There la
no outruah to other, towns - on Sunday'
ir too" guzziing- purposes, simply
because these towns generally have no
saloons and ths rare exceDttona atrletl
observe the Sunday closing practice.
Xjo Angeles, in fact, ts a temperate
ciiy. 4.ne aaioon Dusmeaa nere la con
ducted Under more rigorous regulations
than ere enforced In any other - large
American -city, -.Loa Angelea oppoaes
prohibition, . but sjpporta temperance.
The people of this community futly'rec
ognixe the evils of liquor drinking, buti
they also fully understand tha prac
ticability of prohibition, and hence are
satisfied with stringent rsgulaUon of
tbe salpma, .- .. j. ....
contest, were raised in that county.
One of a' Butte Creek man's cows ata
part of a stick of giant powder which
poisoned her. He then cut ber up and
7 ... . . , . 1 ...I. vir In ahnrthanl
fo thT credit Sf .wry conteilant up Il-h. advertlsinaf and Unmans whohas been
?2 th .5ff. fidlcITIL it . -. - "!!$ woY ot Tiffany Co. for $0
every contestant to hurry subscriptions International Correspondence Schools C ah tit. artist p winaow ana
to the office of The' Journal so that a I of Soranton. Pa.. Portland aa-anev. Two I ' b. . . a. .v.
good showing can be mads at the be-1 scholarships; choice of $100 tuition In I '','"." ' d '
ginning. ,-. I any of the numerous or helpful Home Iteclpes. '
eaa is ov Ainmu 1 courses eacept language course or , Bananaa With rmnn n,i, k..!...' -V
J. r Percy Head, one of the Albany souraes in locomotive running; another .... rta mt " K . " ,1 ' -
,t.. f haa writt.n a I scholarshin In the same to tha value nt Peel ana cut two Pieces length
letter to Carl Sbelton, one of last year"a $0.? ; ?I wise. J Place on a service plats sprinkled '
contestants, in which he indicates that j International Conservatory of Music. J wltB confectioners' sugar, and place
w' J""?" " a, Bviivii u l.. . 1 ; , oas,. manager, recino coast di-tnaiz a lemon beside it, also a teaspoon- :
Behnke-Walker Business college, . no I vision, Portland, Oreaon. ' , Three schol- s,i . ein. mv. 1 a
hava 1 thai, I ,
the winners to hava
mat tan nwt . mnfrnv ' anta ' the . contest.-! a ..kin..
Read is not afraid ot Shelton himself, choice of any " of - the five different 0ver th ru,t whlch 41 then aUn w,th
eunnoalnar that "the omhanr boy" Oflenueaaa iirh tkl. la forlt. aach hit hln Alnnal la tha
. - ill V. vi. .l.l I :. - ' ,. . I""T. -7-r L l"". I ..... " ;.T.
" xymr " " ';.- . 1 nanieiy, piano, - oraan, vioun, manaouni ".
Jacksonville, the oldest town and once
tha metropolis of southern Oregon and
ami ins coumy aeai 01 jacuson county,
naa Deen wiinout a newspaper ror about
three years until recently and should
appreciate its new paper, the Post,
e , e
The time comes every summer In
Cart aye:--.,-i---.-.---f -'-a and guitar; scholarships include sheet Cauliflower. Next time cauliflower
"That Read boy has BIng-r to win rouslc, all Instructions and tha stringed cooked, try addinsr half milk to the
one of tha best what uiv You near Instruments, If stringed Instrument water, Tha vegetable will coma ; out
a fellow talk like that nd he makes C0Urses are selected; beautifully white and have a mucii
thlnn mm hla . I bet m marbles I - . I rlrhai- flavor than whan nnnlrul I. "
r . . .. . . .. ....... 1 rifAn v-vn.i MAiiAM tia.ii.mII 1 : ....... - -- ... ..u.. .
on Keaa or Albany xor no a noi airaia. 1 sl" ?JZ?r ' wT, ' Tr ,.1. "ri7 .-a aione. .- caujmower thua cooked, and
sheiton, by tna way, naa a gooa po-1 TJZltZ fink , " "nu areasea with drawn butter, pepper, salt
sltlon in the officea of Melef & Frank's typewriting, value 100.- . and A dash of lemon iuioa makes a very
department store. - This position as I Portland Business collegs, Portland, palatable dish.
well aa the qualification for the work I Oregon, A, P. Armstrong, , principal. Roast of Lamb. Make holes In the
Lakevlew: says the Xbtamlner. when tha came to him on account of his work I Four acholarshlria. aa follows; One for sides of a lea of lamb and stuff with
married men must either wear alt the last year in The Journal scholarship 1 12 months In combined course, .value bits of onion and chopped peppers, then.
ooniesb ... s 1 iiuv, ona ror v months , in combined roaai in me reguinr manner, it s flir-
m hh.i, Tiin, and siava - - 1 course, value itK' nn for I mnnthi in I ferent and unusually tastr. - .
. : . . 1 I Mmhliuul nnnran. -value S7A nna fni A Individual Shortcake. Make A'tflAl
aSX; nrSon beclrne Impatient month shorthand or business course. ' V"" " pu?h., using more
of Gardiner - Oregon J??meh'P,VeIi; value $60. , butter than usual, and bake In small
to go to Lwork gathering subscriptions I I"iup " . " . .. . individual shanea. Sweeten ami ornaH
clothea they have or hide tha surplus
to prevent . their, wives from trading
mem 10 me zaniax xnaians xor oasicete.
Brownsville has been underaroiner
great development the past year, Many
feopia are coming in ana new maue
rles are being established. Shipments
ox lumoer ana products are rapidly in
creasing. The city is a moral and tern
y This Date in History.
1401 Klna- - Henrv VIIT hf Kna-lan1 1
Dorn ai ureenwicn. .
for The Journal
that her , nama , had
contest honors, ana
. . i i . . . .
UWK ana ntir teller iu ujuuw ui iiwd- ,iv. vu, w iiivuuib
ness and business tact - She concludes I or bookkeeping, $S0
with the assurance: "I will stick,, dig I CaDltal Business eolleae. Salem. -Ore
won aa sne learnea ,oaa wiyr xsuamess cqiiege, Jr-oruana. ,h. f,.,.t k. n.. an in .h .v,.7 '
been propqsed fori pregpn. Two schoiarships: . ona com- niacinr mora of the fruit on ton. SnlrTn. ' "
7!r2l!-',iefi?U??a "Ua"Ii?k with powdered sugar when serving. 1
bWUif-V AJ UIMIU I , . .1. . , aa , - , '
ti.yvIJ w5a.. QWvtfl benefits to be derived by entering the
i7 - of Prance, born. pled May contest Hilda was born at Gardiner.
'1784-Mme Thibet first female aero. fJy?n!SJJlJllr'li
Dog With an Income. .
d4 ve '.untH -theia good for 10 There Is en Independent ' do
contest and will thank my friends for I nn.h-i nnin. i. .m.,. .n,rin.ni lr,i TMm.ii, an annuitv ,
a . - J ' .'.). I . au -lia a aawa wvawa 4UVltll I uaa.a aav i ..-- mm. mm . Hflli M mj ' V
JV U .'i'.rj. n At n.i. ii.v, t value $ig. -, payaoia xor su yeara. its nai
Mlsa Hilda Brandt the little llsrnt-1 . -. . ..... .. I b.i. ..a ii. lii. .
ho,i. mairt." of The Journal contest. Is Oregon conservatory or Muslo, Fort-1 -"t, "..".l ..V,, ""u'X' ,.7. ,
another or tna "eany ones' io aee in i"i vivh. jnoumiwuii m vv
1784 Mme. Thibet first female aero
naut, made ascent In Paris. - r wr
1835 Charles Mathews, famous Eng-
nsn comeaian, aiea. uorn ivu. -1830
Lyman . J. Oaee. American
panaer ana nnancier, oorn.
IS miles from the Pacific ocean, which I stannimnnhiA mnran vaina ti nn
ritofabthyebSe!" KA year'oV sof?im Western Academy of " Music, Elocu-
hir?n fhe litttS Vlrt ay oent- moved on-and Dramatio Art W. M. Rasmus,
to 1 Mihon ''irfttbrrai prlnclpat Portland, Oregon. One echoK
tnellghthSuSa'kpe'r. ?At thl- pSS i"h'P,' hj? f -E,R1 ,olln'
vtwtvt vt m (a, A At
G. A. Rous of Cardiff, who left 187,82$
at her death.: She ordered that il$
vAft.l ukAiiM ha nalil ha. h.i a. ,
Eugene Business colleaa, Euaene. Ore- rare of the animal. '
gon. .One scholarship In commercial or , i, aaaax '
U868 William L. t Courtleigh, Amert tV,7d "lnt : ths T arUr nart 'of her mandolin, elocution,
can actor, born. - d,,: - , .J-i t.:t. JhTldhood - ' . atle art, v.-Jua $300.
oi. ; l!.:5.t?-! -nHlldTVas i ll i years old her Holmes-Flanders P
Sofia, Bulgaria, for conspiring against
me government. : ; t. - -):
1892 Twelfth na.rlia.mant : of J Cluaan
Victoria dissolved. -.-''' ' - i -
1898 Semi-centennial of Wisconsin
as a state celebrated at Milwaukee.
1 904 Steamer Nor aa - lost of f tha
Bcottisn coast and 640 persons perished.
1905 John D. Rockefeller gave
$1,000,000 ' to the endowment fund , of
xaia university. - n
. - i .
The Greatest Thing.
The greatest thing is yet to be done; I contest highly recommended by one of
we nave conauared diata.noa.wa aaii i her rormer leacnera. Mr. hub ion. me
vrinciDai ot ina ronsmouin acnooi.
flllda Is how a student of ths third
year at the West Portland H!h school
wnere sne is f a ravorue. witn notn
teachers and fellow students. This alrl
arasoa every opportunity ror aovanee-
meni propoaea oy ner motner. . Bnei
entered 'a W. C. U. silver medal
father died, leaving? , haf mother with
four smaller children them Hilda to pro
vide for. is The other children were boys,
the youngest being only ona year old.
Soon , arter ner bereavement, Mrs.
Brandt moved to ; University Park,
foruano, wnera, wim lupernuman ." I huudln Portland
forta she has endeavored to educate her ??.'iaIDr:ira"lav2:
Ave children. Greatly to the satiarac.
tion of her mother, Hilda has always
done well in acnooi work.
Private school. Port
iana .una scnoiarsnip gooa ror one
years special university preparation.
one year's normal courae, or practical
Enallsh course for one and ona half
years, valued at lloo.
Oregon ' Law college. Commonwealth
ship in the first two years of the course.
value $160. ,
There Are Others!
But the greatest triumph must still be
won,- . : - - ... -
The greatest alorv Is still to share.
We bave risen high, ws : are full of
But the great achievement awaits us
We have still to
rn' to 1a satisfied I oratorical contest when ,12 . veafa old.
WlthAnl lh. Ihlni.. ha w. l .n ..nn V; .n.l I".
I I - Hilda haa'r
The young woman In fact, enters the I Don't Imagine, toy boyf jt you throw up
That tha firm that employes you will
That ' the whole of flee force . In their
. anguish will sob - --.
And the senior partner turn tala
Tou are highly efficient and active and
..... T . IT1I 1. .
OU 7VU - aa;, A III UUWliAllia UUUUI
you: -. . ( i-J
But the chances of all this is Incredibly
There are plenty of others without,
you. voicago nswa, i
"An East Side Bank for East '
. Bids People. " . '
Ara those who have bank ac
counts of their own.'- , V
Nowadays, women carry bank
accounts just the: same as men,
paying all bills by check.
This -overcomes the necessity
: of keeping money in the house or
carrying It on the person, and a
check la a receipt that is never
questioned. .. s
We invite accounts of all slsea
''from 'women and accord them tha
most careful snd courteous' treat
ment at all times.
xxroTT Airs wrxz.iA.us ate.
manv friends in her former
noma a well aa m net present ona. I
J. & Blrrel.
Bates. .-, .President