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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAli, PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENINO, JULY U'lT.
ROOM FOR MANY OTHERS
IN JOURNAL CONTEST
Twenty:Niiie Young: People Compete for Forty-Six SchoK
arship and Nine Cash Awards New Candidates Ap
pear Dally and Enter Race for Education. '
v. ," . ' .': ' V '. ..v. -' X 4
e ' Tb third seor of The Journal's Educational Contest 1 presented te- -
. day. Thla inoludea all rot cut (or vry contestant up te I p. m.
f Thanltr laat,- v-.,-' ----
ti.a fa anr hr iftiti M im ui iiihiii mini ua ronriB aitrrwu roe
A.... thAM MMIlA FN A mnM V II II In Hi n,l MHil A
contain oni or nm wji vr bwu. wbw wwiv imw hti qm ok ue) iim
,. echoiarship. offered In To. Journa r tlat of mnte The sciiulareuip
' ' offered In thla competition era published , three tlmea or more every
. ' VHk la a twe-eolama advertisement New candidate wtU be received
4 at aa? time. The race la Juert beclaalag.
? PlrtrtoS. Wilms X. ' ,,.,,..'
- Tbia contest dlstrlet la made ep ax Multnomah eatiaty aad laeinaee, Fort-
' " - - m . n A . ... Jl1a.te4.. JMMMMAA ' . W ,, - - - kjt) A Kt mama'
time, wlta all contestant la otbar part of tb aerthweet. "
1 Pauley, .Mettle, Hawthorna Ara, Portland, Of.. .,',... .14.081
I HuudI, WlUlajo. m Dupoat Bt, Partlaad. Or.v... ................ .11.161
. Brant. HUda, Til WlUamaUa boulavard. Porttaad. Or...............ll.4
; VuUsu, Darld O, ISI Baa RaAal St, Portland. Or .......... I.7'
; Brunn, Maria, l!t Chapman 0t, Portland. Or. ............. ......... 1. 630 ,
- I Jdaanser, Barbart, 11 Bpaaoar Ufortlny
t Jonaa, MIna A, 01da,"Wortmaa Jk Kins, Portland, Or.....M.,.v 4,186
- i n-. ' af
t Uoora, Rar R, Trontdala Or.
Oar. J. A, 411 E.' Twratr-atglitli Bt, Portland. Or MM
10 Ed ward a, Eo.aon, MUwaaWa, Or 1.110
11 Burkholdar, Chrlatla. Latovalla Pal lav Or..... 1.09
1 WUeex. A1U M, aeona, Or....... ' 110
It MeKajr. Douflaa. 14T Taylor Bt Portland, Or.. ........ ............. ' T1S
It Ol. . Sophia. Ill Itt St, PorUaad.Or ISO
16 Jamaa. Cecil 111 Saranta Bt, Portland, Or.. ............ HI
II Etnrall, Raytaoad, Bolbrook, Or. ..........o,... 100
.. ' ; . . Biatrial iraatltac Sv .
:' Coataat dlatrtet No. 1 oemprlaaa ' tha WUlamatta vallay axeept Multnomah
county (whloh forma a dlatrlotvbr Itaalf) aa far aoata aa Xocana. Coataatanta
la .thl dlatrtet oompata with oaa aaothar and at tha aama tlma with all oon
taatanta ta all parta et Oracon. ' .;. ir.
1 Talbort Harlan. Albany, Oratro ......... ............... .......... 10,110
Grant. Alioa D, Dallaa. Onra'..,.M....MMM.......... MC0-
-' 1 BelUca, Patar, Cbomawa. Oratoa T,&6
4 Hackart, Earl, Corrallla, Orafoa .........,T., (.100
$ Raad, jT. Paroy, Albany, Oragoa 1.JI5
. Walkar, Qlana E, Albany, Oraron 1.J26
7 Bowaraoz, Jannla, Corrallla, Oretoa ...... 1.000
-WotwlH A, TTTHMrwiry, fMfm - ' 7 - . ' T. . ; : ...... . " 1 g0J
.Blatrlo aTaaabai S. .
! - Contaat fltatrlot Wo. t includea aU that part of Orafoq aoath of Kasana
and tha eountiaa of Oracoa bordarlac oa tha Paelflo ooaaa. Contaatanta la'
thla dlstrlot compata aaint ooa anotbarand at tha aama tlma atjalnit eon-
teataata In all athar parta of . tha i aorthwaat. r
1 Hewitt, Anlaa, Koaaburc; Or ISO
1 Harbar. Lwia P, Madford. Or.. ........ ..;.n....... , 100
- ---.-1-1 r -- -- . . .xtlatelot BToaabaa 4. ' ' ': '
Coataat diatrlot No. 4 oomprlaaa all of eastern Oraaa and aaatara Waah
Jnston. Coataatanta - la thla - dlatrtet oompata with ona another and also
aralnat all other cflOiteatanta.
- 1 Irrtna, Cecil, Harney City, Or..., ...... ........
' 1. Coram, Cartia I, ; Waplnltla. Or..;,. .
QUAKER CITY TQ
Monster Herd of Merrymak
ers, Will Assemble in
' - "
SEATTLE WANTS NEXT
GEAND LODGE SESSION
Expected Thai Two Biuilrwl turd
Fifty Thotuaad Lodgemen WU1
Attend the FeatlTitlea, Whfch W1U
(Jearaal Special lerrlee.) -"
PhUadelDhla. Pa.. July 11. Althouh
tha srand lodga of Elka doaa not meat
bare uatll Monday, a larga aayaaca
guard of vlaltore baa already put la aa
. m . fj
appearanea, Kepona reoeivea xrom eut
parte of th country Indicate that ue
number of atrancere to be In Fhllada
phle during tha oornlna; weak will be tha
lareeet entertained here alnoe the Cen
tennial Exposition la 1871. A oonaerya
tlva estimate places tha number . of
prospective visitors at 160,000.
All arrangements for the big gather
ing were practically completed today.
For months osat the local commltteea
have been hard at work and as a result
of their efforts the vUltora will find
that nothing haa been left undone to
contribute to their pleasure. -
Tba buslneaa section of the city ia
already blossoming out In a aea of flags
and bunting, tha official purple of tha
order predominating. Tha canter of the
aecoratiya scneme ia me conn ox nonor,
extending on Broad atraet from Spruce
to Vina. Fifty thouaand Incandescent
lights hare been employed In thla artla
tlo creation. In addition to thla, hun
dreds of electrlo decorations and archee
Of varloua descriptions have been placed
in eonspicuoua positions tnrougooui me
oentral portion of tha city.,
Aatoa for XrfUUee.
Tha main army of the visitors Is ax-
fee ted to reach tha city tomorrow, ' All
ralna will bo met by members of tha
reception committee, who will escort the
visitors to their Botela. Ladles accom-
fanylng apeclaj delegationa will be
aken to their hotala ia automobllea and
tallyhoa. . . i -
r'eaturee or entertainment - win
Occupy the groater part of -Monday. Tha
mi-include a- trip - on; tn
1 rp ri ia n rr
Pleasant to tallo and does not gripe or nauaeato
Cures Chronic Constipation Stomach and Livor Trbtiblo
Stimulation Without Irritation.
1 Oinro Laiatir Fruit Sjrnp is new
IxaUT eymp cqmbined with too deli,
eioui flavor of fniits, and ii yery pleaa
ant to take. It will not gripo or sicken.
It il much inpro pleasant and effective
than Pills, TableU and Saline Waters,
, as it does not derange the Stomach, or
Irritate th Kidneys, Liver or Bowels.
' .'? ' Constipation. , -'
Oktjto Laxative Fruit Byrnp will pooi
tlvely euro chronia constipation as ft re
stores the natural action of the intestinal
tract. Ordinary cathartics may give tem
porary relief but the stomach is upset
and the bowels are irritated without any
permanent benefit having been derived.
The condition of tha patient remains un
changed. The Stomach; Liver and Bowels
have not been stimulated and in a few
days a stronger purgative may have to be
taken. 'This is why Pills and Aperient
Waters never give permanent relief,
Their violent action results in an unnat
ural movement of the bowels and it Is nec
essary to keep taking them indefinitely.
Why OIUNO Is different.
Obuo Laxative Fruit syrup is the only
preparation that really acts upon. all
of the digestive organs. Other prepar
ations act upon the lower bowel only and
do not touch the Liver. It can very read,
ily be seen that a preparation that does,
not act upon all of the digestive organ
an not cure Chronic Constipation, Torpid
Liver, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, etc
For Blllouaneaa and SIcH '. ,
. - ' , Headache. '
Take Oxnro Laxative Fruit Syrup. . Itf
sweetens the stomach, aids digestion and "
acts as a gentle stimulant on the liver and '
bowels without irritating these organs.
Clears the Complexion."1 ;
Oixjto Laxative Fruit Syrup stimulate! . '
the liver and thoroughly cleanses the ;.
system and clears) the complexion of
pimples and blotches. It is the best lax
tir- for women and children as it is
mild and pleasant, and does not grip or -
sicAon. xvezuse auoatltutea. ,
Tafce ORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup and if you
are not satisfied your money. will be refunded
Prepered nly by fOLKY a CO Chloeto. in. ' - .- '
SOLO AND nCCOMMtNDEO DY
REQUIRES HARD WORK
Chief of Eeclamation Service Newell Says He Finds the
rarmers in New Sections very Dilatory About Tak- '
in rr TTAlrl finvoTTiTnonr TToa Ttivta Tto RTiQ'pa ' ' ''
1. X .
P. H. Newell, chief of the reolametloa
aervlce. says the govemraenfa Irrtga
tka work la ahead of the develop
ment or ue lana. ana xo prove ms
' atatement told the etery of the Waah
tnrtnn rannhar wha Bald: . "Irrl ration
may be all right for acme men, but I
refuse to make a un dial out of the
eat of my pants." - ,
'. "Baecessful farming tinder Irrigation."
j. aald Mr. Newell, "reaulrea honest effort
and hard work. It can only be carried
.on under the principle of Intensive ag
ricultural, and the man who takee it up
might aa wall know at the outset that
It cannot be done with a horse and a
' "Wherever we have been oa our prea-
t.ln T haw fnnnH tit. lena reeilv
-lor DTlinpm.Di uiu ivm luin.i. itvw
w tn t h work T h. v h-ve tnefiv
generally Bay they did not aspect tba
government o xuuan ue t caxuua ao
"To break an tha land reoulrea hard
a.V An th Mrt tf th. laniMrl And
until they do their ahare the work of the
government counts for nothing.
"Conditions ere excellent wherever we
. haa been. The reclamation work baa
been carried on with great energy on
ine pan vi in. government na area,
containing thouaand s of acres of arid
land nave been turned into fertile far in a
- of studying eondiuona and ma;
needed chanaea. ' Nothing radical la
- Mr. Newell arrived tn Portland with
Clifford Plnchot, chief foreater, and Dr.
W. J. MoOae. aeoretary of the Inland
waterways commission. They are tour
ing the country with Secretary Oarfleld
and came to Portland a day la advanoe
of tha main party to tranaaot it heir
buslneaa, whloh wQl require more 'than
Mr. Newell and Mr. Plnchot are also
members of the waterways commission
and Mr. Newell stated that their
work on that Una waa almllar to his
work aa head of the reclamation aer
vlce: to atudy conditions with a view of
making recommendatlona for i m prove
in en ta. He aald they were atudrlng
streams and lakes with a view of de
termining their value for power and
navigation purposes. .
VICTIMS OF ACCIDENTS
(pedal Dfcpeteh te'Tbe tarsal.)
McMUnrOla, Or Jury 11- Harry
Brehemta, owner of the - rock crusher
engine, waa beadlr eut on the head while
chopping fuel. The head of hla ait
waa loose and whan throws back, flew
off tha handle and had it not baen for
hla bat, Jie would probably nave been
louaiy inrurea. AOotit two
engineer, Howard Huff
hour later his
kllA mnvlH th. cnrln. w.. 4n 1 f ut
off and had hla am broken byoelog
caught tinaer tne water tanic.
Eat fbf contentment.
Eat for 'good nature. -
; ; :; Both 'are the. result . of i physical i
' health. . -V--; : '')' ::
The most nutritious food made ' ,
: from flour is :;r . V ' "" "-
. Every btto a. mouthful, of energy. 1
. ; Im dust and . '
mouturt proof fackagti. -
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY.
visiting Cramps' and
other . shipyards, League Island navy
'era, the forts ana otner pieces or in-,
rest. A stop will be- mads at Wash
ington park, where luncheon . will ba
The formal ODenlng of tha eraad lodge
will take place Monday evening at tha
Or and Opera house, where the' guests
wui do weicomea uy ine governor,
mayor and other officials. At tha aama
hour bands will discourse patriotic airs
In Independence square.
The grand lodge will begin Ha busl
neaa seaalona at tha Oarrlck theater.
The chief entertainment feature of the
day will ba a shore dinner at Washing
ton park on tha Delaware river.
Wednesday morning a trip will be
made through Falrmount park. At 11
o'olock a xnaaaed band parade of 1,000
muaiolana will take place, each lodge
having a band of to or more pieces en
tered In thla feature, and In the general
parade receiving 11 00. besides having a
chance to wla the 1200 special prise for
the largest and best appearing band
In tha afternoon there will be an excur
sion to Willow Orovo and In the evening
band concerts la Independence and City
1 aquarea. .
Parade Will Be Thursday.
The big parade will take place Thurs
day morning' and It ia expected to be
the largest and most magnificent spec
tacle of lta kind, ever aeen la Philadel
phia. Thouaanda of dollara In prises
will be awarded to those participating.
Tha parade will laat practically ail day.
and In the evening there will be special
band ooncerta and lllumlnatlona. There
are going to be aeme very elaborate cos
tumes in the parade and soma beautlxul
and blur re floats. After It la . over
thousands of dollars' worth of prises
are to be distributed to the participants.
. The Wyoming lodge will have lta
f amoua cowboy . band la llnst . and tb
Puablo Elks are to bring one hundred
little Colorado burroa, whoae riders will
be dressed aa cowboys. The float whloh
will ba entered by New Orleans is a
promising prlxe winner. It will be filled
with Panama canal digger, who will
distribute literature exploiting the ex
position whloh New Orleana propose to
hold In Itll. .
The official trip to Valley Forge la
scheduled for Friday, and on Saturday
the official excursion to Atlantic City
will take place. .
- Theae will be the mala feature of the
weeks' entertainment program, but
there will be any number of other at
tractions. Including a flight of airships
spiay oa tne Do
and a naval dl
Scaroely lees Interesting than the en
tertainment la Philadelphia will be tha4
provided) ror tne Kiaa wnen tney visit
Atlantlo City at the end of tba week,
While the -entertainment featuree will
be tha chief attraction for tba bulk of
the visitors, the official delegates to
grana looge meeting win neve
gh buslneaa on hand to keep them
poind changes In the by-lawa of tha
order are to be considered, officers
elected and! the place for next year's
meeting selected. Seattle will put in a
strong bid - for - the 1001 - convention,
while a large section of th South and
Southwest ia expected to "root" for
NEW ERA MEETING
(aoeelal Dkpateh te The tarsal.)
New Era, Or, July 11. The Now Era
spiritualist camp meeting which opened
Sunday. July T. will continue to July
It. Able speakers and mediums are
engaged. Among the speakers hnd me
diums enraged are tha following:
Wilson Fritch of Boston, who Is a fa
vorite - la the. .literary and - spiritual
4 - Mr. and MjeCobb -ef- Seattle,-both
ministers ana mediums, who are mak
ing many friends. - . - - --
Mra. Prior, who In the laat two year
baa made a tour of the world, speaking
to people of a ecore of nations and la
participating In both lecture and ma
Mrs. Flint of Corvallla, - conducting
humane schools, holding a eleaa dally
at a. m. at the camp.
Mra. Williams of Washington. D. C
Who gives tests or messages.
The Sunday program for July It, fol
lows: 10:1 a. m. Lecture by ' Mra. Prior,
followed with teats by heraelf and Mr.
Wllllama. . '.
1 p. m. Lecture by Rev, Fritch, fol
lowed with message by Mr. Cobb and
7 10 Lecture by Mrs. Cobb. follaweA
with maeaagea by Mr. Cobb.
During the week three seaalona are
held dally. . .
AT YOUR COMMAND
y TOR SUMMER (profe
, No matter how hot it may be, coollnaf breezes are
at your, command byjhe Jwistof ' a switch. ; ' '
:' In the home, in the office, or in the store, the ELEC
TRIC FAN is ever a boon, a comfort, a luxury at a
In tip-to-date stores, during warm weather, a num
ber of. fans are kept going day, and night, making
the establishment so equipped more comfortable for
and attractive to patrons. The cost of this 'service is
so small that there is really no excuse for its omission.
" A 16-inch ELECTRIC PAN cam be operated at a
' cost not to exceed one cent an hour, and a 12-inch
FAN can be run for even. less. . ; ;
. The new model ELECTRIC. FAN is specially
' adapted to use in private residences and offices. It
may be carried to any room and; attached to any
convenient lamp socket .... ' i . , . .
FANS are on sale at the Company's Supply De
partment, 147-149 Seventh streeL,: , ; '
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY made otalf Fans "brT
dered NOW. ' ;. .; . ; . : '
CALL TELEPHONE MAIN 6688 FOR INFOR-
: mation. . rr. : . : --r -
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT &
FIRST AND A LD ERST R EET S
CLOSE OF JACKSON
' (special Dispatch te Tke tamaL)
Ashland. Or July. 11. Th. annual
teachers Institute for Jackson county,
which ' oonvened la Ashland Tuesday,
haa closed Its aesstona. It waa very
largely attended and la considered alto
gether the moet successful In the his
tory of" the county. Among the In-
atruntnra oresent were B. F. Mulkav.
jueaidant ut (lis) axaXe narmei Maeel.
I M .J-
Eastward from Portland, Tacoma, Seattle and Spokane
Fast Through Service to St Paul and Mlnne-':
apolla, with connectlona for aU Points East .
. Pullman Standard Sleeping Cars
Pullman,vTourist Sleeping Cars :Vf.;' '-.""r.
Through Dining Cam
"High Back Day.Coache- ; r :r - r
Northern Padfio-BurUneton Throtigh Service Daily
to Omaha, Kansas City, St Louia and Southwestern;
Northern Pacific; Rw
A. 7. OI1UTCV, A. , Tf. A,
" Fnrvlaad. Oregea.
VlekeS Offiee Tbira aad
i n ."i A i S. c&i
Q U M ll M j
arjucae uu nom fat .
" TrhieugT the aervems ay-
aystasa. n la a yaraly
Contains ne ells er fate er
Bay drug that ta Injurious
er liable te produce a habit
XT IS TUX CKXATXST
TOMC M TH VVOaXO
' Bach bottle contains .
, month' treatment and eoBta
ll.t at any nrsc-ciaas ereg
1 tore. Prepared by the :
Annaiin uedique co.-
IT IJ li li
W. F. Cameron, superintendent of the
Ashland schools; M. B. Signs, superin
tendent at Medford: A. J. Hanby, prin
cipal at Central Point: A. O. FreeL prin
cipal at Gold Hill: Professor Bovard
of the university of Oregon; F. Beroh
told of the Oregon Agricultural college,
Corvallla; Mrs. Roaa - Deyeo of San
Francisco, and P. Rltner, principal of
the Ashland Commercial college. . The
exercises were under the direction of
Cou n ty SO Jfertntendant Dally. - Congress
man w. C. Ilawley gave a talk on clvloa
and C B. Watson lectured on geology.
Professor Mulkey made an address on
Th Law of Unity In the School Life"
Praotlcally- all tha teacher of tha
oounty ware present. Most of them
are prolonging their visit to enjoy the
Chautauqua exercises. - ,,.
ICEBANKS . STIXL SORE
OVER COCKTAIL STORY
' (ftpedal Dietck te The JonraaL)
Seattle, July 11.- "That cocktail atoty
Is absolutely without basis. It Is a
fabrication pure and almplev emanating
from, tha desire of some one to perpe
trate a Joke to create dismission, which
to me la very unpeeaaant declared
Falrbanka this morning.--Hl looks car
ried the oonviotion that he waa very
aore on the subject, and further than
thla brief statement he refused to talk.
FOR CARE, OF NEW
STUDENTS AT EUGENE
- (ftyeelal IHepeom.te Tb tarseL
University of Oregon, Eugene, Jnly
11. In' order te tak rare of the great
Influx of new students expected this
fall, tha T. M. C. A. of the university,
under the direction of Itegletrar Tit-
(any, jriU list aU el the ooaalkls mon
Ing and boarding tlaoa la Bueene In
a handbook and directory. Th matter
of aocommodatlons for student Is fre
quently for two or three days a con
siderable problem, and this schema will
simplify It The work will be don be
tween September 1 and It, by students
who Mini early. . v
Blahop Soadding of the Oregon dio
cese of the Epiaoopal - ehurch 1 plan
ning to furnish a church-hall for young
women -Trno are--etuotenta at in. cot
lege. Funds, he ex pec tee, will Boon be
provided to start tne halt in a modest
way, after which it will be enlarged
a needs develop. A deaconess is likely
to be at the head of the hall. Insuring
comxort ana .propriety.
Installation mt Tha Dalle. -
(UorrM- Dlseateh te Tb. JeaneD
The Dalle, Or., July It. Columbia
lodge No. 5. L O. O. F.. ha lnetalled
the following officer for th eneulng
six montns: Kimsr war a. n. u.; u. u.
Bolton, V. O.; George Ruch, treasurer;
O. TK Doane, secrelarr; O. ' O. Allen,
conductor B. 14ndqulst. wardanj J. B.
Oort, R. 8. N. a.: J. E. Taylor, li B. H.
a.; John Miller, ft. B, V. B : A. B. Lake,
O. Q.; F. B. Hutchison, IVO.
: rovn zxrn -
Ja eut of order. ' Tou go to bed In a
bad humor and Ct up with a bad taste
la your mouth. Tou want something
to atimulate your liver. Just try Her
bine, tha liver regulator. A poaltlv
cure for constipation, dyspepela and all
liver romplainte. Mra i . Fort
Worth, Texas. WTltea:
"Have used Herblne la my family for
feara. Word can't expree what I
hlnk about IL Everybody In my bouae
hold are happy and well, and w Owe It
to Herblne. Bold by all druggists.
E 7 ::VJ
Is not a diftlcalt matter wbea yoe
TEE 0XIEHTAL 1TC03 FINISH
A eesBbiaatioa of moat durable Var-
alsh aad Stains for Interior Wood
'Work, Floora, Furniture, eta,-
THX BIO PAINT STORE
Fisher. Thorsen & Col
AJHD MORRISON STS,
HOMAN A SPECIALTY
' aOUL B, JC, OXAJt
The only Chinese woman
doctor In this city. Bh
has cured many afflicted
sufferers. Cured private
end female dlaeaees, also
throat and lung trouble.;
Stomach bladder and kidney
and dlaeeaee or all kladi
at., comer Third.
thet tha human flesh la
heir to. Curedby Chinae
herb and root a, Bepedlea
Wo cneratlona. lioneet
Exarelnatloa free. Ill Clay
1 - jr biauN
w II Tn .
tka riLLa. h. aa
wee e I imwiwt4 a,4A4 a Mue
tMhlaar, Btoodiac, Fra
Withoat psda or eatr.
tiii or write .
DR. T. J. PIC2RCQ
181 First mu FortUnd. Or.
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Dr. deieiia's OMseaad '
a.4 Coitoe Bm uie, Tke b
Ki enlf rellakle eeewity foe !
.Ttu PXttioWI. ire the smt
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