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OREGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 1?.
TO THE COUNTRY
Clcone Girl Captures Votes
In Troutdale and wm
Canvass Grcsham. v
QUESTIONS ANSWERED '
-AS TO THE RECEIPTS
Contestant Who Hold Hack Vot
Injure Their Own Cae. Also In
coBTeBk Subscribers Othe r
, Xotes Of Scholarship , . . ;
Alt M. Wileox;, th .nthualastlc eon-
for itcctn. Bh. baa not a wry Jars;.
ulaTto wor VPon tor oonU-t,
u. .o .h. take, in
From th. aatur. of th.' bulne
newsDaper contestant, may - -
- - m. . mt a I. ntutn to tnem w
the imtea ,-,
cnna. Not eoit.tant ha. P
richt W e mbserlptlo. Th wbacrlP
tlon belong to tho person who et. it.
- ui Wilcox was tho first on tho jrouna
ft TriutdSo ud .ho le entitled to tho
'5ot X hT oopturod. even thouh
thZ Is a local contestant at Troutdale.
. Tho foUorlni Th..r(ul letter from
thi Cleon. rlrr .how. hor dotennlna
tlon and spirit: ; '.iinTho
nrtiand. 6ron. Gen-
- mm iiaiu t
pnd delivery 'of' the'I-peridurtnir on.
month of thl m.r wbllo on
cetlon beyond tho 'S- JoJru.L h!
and of tho carrier, of Tho J'
was tola that be oould. The urnai
nl H. riallvsred to him for three ruU
month. If he piya aconteaunt for three
SonuU-'i-d will bo held Use
iu, ii he may order. In other words,
what a aubTrlber pay. to th. con.
lM(uim put to the credit of the aut
serine? a hoVournal offlco and. may
be dnewa upon at the pleasure of tho
""pltronV'of Tho Journal coin to tho
sea eoast reaorta may hare The Journal
office vnd the paper, to them dlreot by
"j jm jrot sou iMk, j
'Miss LJUlaa A- Cochran, an .nterprla.
In contestant of Monument, Oreron,
.Jim lhat aha ha. taken the .ubecrlp-
tion of a eheenman whose occupation I.
mlcratory. She la holding tho aubeciip
tlon and -the money until ahe beara that
the man baa a permanent poatofflco ad
rSfjfl. 4.I1. XTtmm rlimi tinMa that
moDr and name ahe doea not ret credit
for tho con teat votes. It would bo bet
ter for her to aand la to Tho Journal
the - subscription with a note attached
akin tho circulation- manager to put
the' name on ma wan ins nat. inaa
when the eheerman writea The Journal
or when Mlaa Cochran notlflee the elrcu-
1- I n man... ,f . lK mAArmmm at the
sheepman, tho paper will bo atartad. - '
Contestants ahonld ruah namea and
addreaaea and aubacrlptlon money to
the newapaper offlco with all speed eon
latent with -accuracy, a-a The Journal
baa a way to handle everything. ;
Owinc to an Unexpected ruah of
votea at tho laat minute the acore nat
cannot bo printed until tomorrow. Sev
eral . country contcaianta - have been
atherln aubacrlptlon. -and holdlna
ck forwardln. them to The Journal
until 4helr receipt booka are filled up.
Thla 1. a mlataken policy on tho part
of tha conteatant. an Inconvenience to
th. .ubacrlber ana a aeiay to me cirov
latlon mnag,"mant The JnnrnaJ. .
SAVINGS DEPOSITS : -;v ;
1 BREAKING RECORDS
. - - .
. . . Kr V
"uVt havo two more book, by return
roalL .-m" t- Troutdalo
1 n,LTr",i w"'"i"...-tVero waa
7 iD.mw.""-t,t atirTed in work
thla inornlnc but "1 aotatoead . blm
nd ot almost .veryoody who wlahed
i to uik IDS journal w i!
1 alM learned that oontaatant otJl M
i w.ji ,mt at rt 1 work in Qreall-
am thla SorniVf" 1 will' canvaaa oyer
. n ir i am not too
i.V. t think I will et a areat many
- ..t.i.4nllin. t Vl aaraa
-T'.'m" Vettln, alonr tlM'W
work now. I have earned 1.S10 otea
today, bealde. letting the promlM of
'1 thn...,! mkr. mil have earned
' .i...k.r .hnnt l Ml votea In two
day? work. I expect to go to Palmer
Brlgnt a lrl M Junotloa City. .
Lulu Bailey at Junction City enter.
- The Journal contest to win, a scholar-.
, ship with which to further her .educa
tion. Although only U year, old, ahe
passed the eighth -rade examination.
' of tho Junction City public school, thla
-lest year at tho head of her claas. Her
- frienda nay ahe la very enerretlo end
predict thai ahe will araduate from tho
educational eonteat with honora a.
areat as those with which ah. passed
! her recent examination.. .. -.
"Th. Man tntk th. atoo.".
William Russell. t. 'nitu. ru.tler,"
starts for McMlnnvill. and Dayton to
day, where he expects to receive help
and encourajroraent from his friends and
aoqualntancea In those towns. There
are contestants In those towna, but WU
' p-.Hu- tlMt nM nat cannot aue-
- ceed In renin vote, another may.. H.
has heard that In canvaaslnf; for ub-;
oiiptlona "thero 1. alway. room for
one more." . - - - 4
-William has been busy the laat week (
canvaaalna amon the farmers. He .
i watches for them .at th. feed atablea, I
I where they put up their teem, before,
coin to the .tore, to do their tradlnit. !
William 1. wise enough to see the
farmer, at theae place, before . thev
have a chance to so down town and
spend all their money. It take, leas
i time to see a number of farmer, at tha
stabled than It would to drive out to
their homea to call on them. Then, too,
many of them are In a better mood when
In town to be talked to about a newa
- paper than they are when In the field.
' As a class, the farmers are generous
: and responsive to every appeal for edu
cation, A. a rule they are better la
formed on the toplca of the day than
city people. Now that rural letter
' routes serve them with 'their mall daily,
th. farmers take dally newsoenera and
are rlsht up with the times. . , j
Fsrmers are uaed to hard work them
selves and when an enterprising young
person comes along me xarmer i. oiien
more ready to lend a Uelening ear and
respond with a long term subscription
than 1. the city merchant. William
worka In th. soil, studies nature and
be feels at home In telling th. story of
, his ambition., to "the man with the
Hundred Thousand , Dollar, la
Bowery Institution Tester '
- (Jeamel peeUl B.m.)
Maw Tork. JulT !. At Ah. aloe, of
business yesterday the deposit. In the
Bowery Raving, bank reachea a total ox
1100,000.000... Thla ahowlng is saia to
b. unprecedented In tb history of sav
ings banka. It 1. .xpected that this
amount will be further augmented to
day, which 1. the laat day on which de
posits can bo made In order to receive
Intereat for the preaent quarter begin-
Freaident Wood said the enormous In
er.aaa In deooalts In saving, bank. In
dicated the continuance of - great ruy-
tional proaperity, tno auoeiaencs gt nm
suburban real estate speculative fever
and tha return to normal condition, for
safety of tbelr earning, on the part of
th. masae. of people to whom four par
cent Intereat is a sufficiently attractive
proposition. f . T:. r
OF ML DOYS
Tortured 4" to Death - Duck
' llngs Just for the. Fun. '
, ,of the .Thing:.
OFFICERS ROUND UP
V ' HEARTLESS BRUTES
m mmm nnnnsai awawassa. "
JureDOe Court Takes Band In Affair
nd ' Four . Arrests Result With
More to FoUow-i-Sono o the Of
fenders la Trouble Before. .'.
. Aoooaad of atrocjoos cruelty to do
mestic fowls, a gang of small boys Is
being rounded lip in t John, by Chief
of Police Bredeaon. aal.ted by a pro
bation officer from th. juvenile court of
Multnomah' county." ""Four war. locked
in h. -it tall at St JoTina yester-
u afternoon and two or three other.
aro Tit to bs apprehended.
The boy. would oaten aucuing. a iw
days old, hold the. small .gulrmlng
n itnwn aloft and droo them on
th. hard ground below merely to .nicy
a a. .a j w i b a ut BMiia ak ah V4 j4 I nft
death agonies of th
as their tender
the unfortunate bird.
I,, w.r. anltt Mlta
. init . --' - "
Thev .would also capture older duck..
worn . out and an runaown. eamoc.
m m ni..AM m.. m . . w.ll woman.
Mrs. Chaa. Freltoy, Mooaup, Conn. ,
"Generally debilitated- for years.
sick headaches, tacaea
, When In San TTanclsco
Stay at Hotel Hamlin. 117 Bddy. rire
eroof; 100 roomo, 40 baths; rate. $!.
and up. Eddy-street car. a lerrj.
cut off their bills with a Jack-knife and
then turn mem ioo i "
tain and .v.ntuauy to oie oi iuri.nin
or they could not aat with their beak.
chopped off. Mor. than 0 worth or
ducks war. oeatroyea in mi v
longing to airs, uiuespie. wnw
hoardlnv-house-near the waterfront in
Bt. Johns. Then, aro only some of the
eharge. piacea agains m " "
The boy. have been in theoourt before
and two of them have a 10 day .uj
pended Mntenf hanging over- their
head v pronounAsd by former Municipal
!udge W. i. Tnornayse.
The boy. were found ye.terday .n
oylng a .wim In the Willamette by
to put on their clothe, and Journey with
pirn w w j - , "
contrast to the river in temperature It
I. a temporary wooden structure with
call, about 10 feet .square.' . - .
Th. ooys range u aae f" .f ""''1
veara. Thev are a brigni-iooaing io
of youngster.. Mr a. Gillespie, who has
sulrerea mosi i rum -viivir u.ii.uwh
is not weU able to a land th. losses and
likewise was lata in reporting the cases,
-i a A .I,. An.1 At 9 nrAUAntlAn
aa sue Zj7, iL1
- - - - Wa. T Wav- hw mrill
turned over to Judge. Saser-ef -thej
Juvenile court 11
Th. Canadian Paclflo offers a choice
of route, to in. east. in.piii
can be routed by th. way of Seattle and
the all-rail -tOut.-or-vla-SeatU.an4
steamer Una via Vlotoria and Van
couver, or via Spokane, the abort jout.
to St PauL Finest train, in the west
Grandest scenery in th. world.
' "Half padt seven."' It Is something
VQ Cajivoos 8ndaTorera.
- John A. Ouy, of 41 East Twenty
eighth street leaves Portland for Seat
tils to attend khe Christian Endeavor
, convention. Mr. Cuy le an enttuiata.
tie league worker. In order that be may
' be able to attend the convention and
. at - the aame time not to fall behind
in his standing in the contest 'hi.
'- friend, Glenn E. Sprague of -University
7 Park. Portland, has promlaed to gather
subscriptions for him. The young men
'are great chuma and - Glenn feels It
, rather a privilege than a task to assist
Ouy in his endeavor to earn a scholar-
Mr. Gny Intends to gather aa many
.contest votes- aa possible while be 1.
mixing with eastern Endeavorera. - He
- aaye JJe-wUl-take-hta receipt book with
him aad spesk to his acquaintances aa
b. meet, them on hi. route.
. .i.rI. Cbemawo Boy..'.li.-.-Most
buatnOB.-llke In hi. eorrespond
: ence and correct in his receipt, and re
port, is -Peter Seltice of the United
, Ftatea Indian school at Chemawa. He
i Is sending la good reports of business,
- too. Some of his subscribers are send
: lng The Journal to point. In Alaska.
Laat year a contestant John Benson.
; of the Chemawa Indian achool. made a
, fine record in the scholarship contest
- .and received a tlfit scholarship. - Peter
' Seltice bid. fair to do as well a. Ben-
.on did If not better.
il It would seem that Salem would re-
apond generouly to these Chemawa
Viva, for Salem beneBt. very greatly
from the Indian school and lta students
- give great profit, to the merchant, of
Salem. . .
Information as to Bsostpta. . ., .
' Several contestants - have mad. In
quiry about the filling Out of the-aubacrlptlon
receipts furnished for use In
gathering contest money, -
The bottom portion of ' the. receipt 1.
for tha exolusfve use of the clerks at
Th. Journal office. Within the encloe
, ure contslnlng the words "Amount psld
on above subscription." ate Ro eJao S
the blank where the words occur "Ap
. nroved bv . aa.. jmih..i
Agent at ............... for the use
of delivery agents of Th. Journal and
not for tha ronteetanta.
Where contestants take order, for
tho daily and Sunday to be delivered
by agents of The Journal It la well for
the contestants to call on such agents
end to notify them to make the de-
liv.rv Thereby thev mav aava th. .4 aw
lay of ' transmitting the order through
ih. anaila from the conteatant to Tha
Jmimal than from The Journal t. the
Direct to Tho JTomraal.
ronteatant. living In the country can.
rot always sea The Journal's city car
rier, and often do not need to commu
i i. ate with them, as local agents of The
Journal have nothing to do with pepers
1, -1 so bv rrt1 1 direct from The Journal
a .i.a. ...Au.rltra -
l.i such rases the contestant.
Folger's Golden Gate Teas
arc packed flavor-tight in dust-proof cartons.
They reach" the tea drinker in the same
clean, pure, pcncci conaiuon
in which thejr left the hands
of our tea experts. Six flavors.
. 1 ' -' f I
' ' ' I .' j ' " ' -!-' . '
,-.r; rl .
of the $1S and $ suits of ;;
uptown stores500 suits to;
choose fromr-morc tnan any
; other store in townbetter values
than, aliy store in America! ; ; v
TenTyousee :IT in
Carrlot. . '
BlcK flCa Crssa
,Tne choice of BtTor
' ii matter of tsttc. '
'J. Ae" Folger & Co.
To all who enjoy a cup
of fragrant, full flavored," full
bodied tea there is no equal
to Folger's Golden Gate Tea
f HEX)PENING Of THE MOST
T. ' .. v. ' , ; :. -'.s- - '
. - ; ..;KBaaoowasw of lmre) Tsn;; " ' : . - '. . 1 j
I t;. orders direct to The Journal.
I rnoney ordure, express orders or
,nnri of whatever nature should
ft .a. out to 'I he Oregon Journal to
. prompt attention, and pot to
, lniton at-d The Journal yea
. v thril 't ) rou Id sdvanr. his
'.two i-r tv.ree juonUis Mid Sua-
POUR FACTS For THE REAL HOMESEEKER
' NEAR LENTS ' ;
THE CAR SERVICE -
...A CAR EVERY 10 MINUTES ' . ;
. -$300.00 AND UP T -
: 10 PER CENT CASH, BALANCE TO SUIT
An Acre for tho Price of a Lot
. i .
. Room 2
Chamber of Commerce
. 332 Chamber of commerce
; Phone Main 1652
Portland haseYcr- seen.
: to prepare fc this saleelclt has been
This sale is ybur opportunity!
Right Welch Makes it Right I"
t3rap it! Don't forget that "If not
MEN'S $25 -AND $36 SUlTSSale Pice .S10.7S
Men's $20 uitsSalet price j ; . . . . ... 1 . 14.75
Men'i $18 Suits--Sale price ; ; .. '.'. .... ... .il?ia.45
"M-,a $1 15 Suita-i-Sale - orie'e . . . w . :e50.75
Mn's $10' Suits Sale orice r. .v. . .. .$7.45
n,r. i Kft an .nhft Suita-Salc orice. . J.i.3.65 '
mJJ j e7.w -e.. ym - ' a i it sTkaaf
"Boys' $4.00; Suits Sale-price' . . VM2.05 .
, Boys' $3.50' Suits-Sale -pride . ..... . 2.45
Boys' ,$2,50 ' Suits. Sale price '.V. i-Ci v.ii'.j l-
, Boys - 2.00 .auits 5aie price . v. rv
m.. u. ti Ct.t.rtn "$4 Hat Sale orice .-.
The Lee $3 Hat--Removal Sale price ........
The Sphinx $z.6U nat oaie price .
rrl a. srA AJa YTai Cea1A
- alnC -OC31 eafieW 14e rV
Men's $4.50 and.$5.00 Shoes-Sale. price
" Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes Sale price
! -l tinn Choaa al nrirft
Men's $2.50 Shoes Sale price
r to nn ;Vinee- Sal nrice
aavii a.v . . - . .
'Men's $1.60 Canvas Shoesr-Sale price
. . . '
MenV50c aWd.;75c 'lind H , Hf ffflf
f-,. a.v Ilnderweaf Sale crice ' fvfc"' !-tfV..4,,,'"rrv"',.r""
xtZi'VvC ShirtSale orice Vi ;V..;;.V.v.,45 Mens 60c N eckwear-saie price
nlrl-l o.Shirts-Sale!Drice,..'..w.Uv....,.854 . II Men's Z5c Weckwear-saie price
r "--.. sXa
IF" N OT RIGHT WELCH M.MIE3 IT RI GUT
Welch Moves to
the New Bui!d:n2
Abed Sept -1st