The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, August 05, 1907, Page 12, Image 12

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    THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. MONDAY VLIJING. AUGUST 1 ICJ7.
"GIBSON GIRL" LEADS:
' DISTRICT NUMBER ONE
TMleo E. Price, New Contestant, Goes to Front in Multno
mah County, Making Eemarkable Gain in Sub
; .7 - scription Votes Other Changes in Position.
' Biatrial jrnntbe . M ' " .
. Contest district Nov comprises the Willamette valley except Multnomah
coant which forma a district by Jtself) as far south a Eugene. Contestants
la this district compel with ons another and at the aama tlma with all
oateataats ia all parts of Oregon. - v
, 1 Alloa D. Grant Dallas, Oregon ...............................
" Krl Heckart, Corvallls, Oregon...,. ..
Harlln TalDart, Atrany, Oregon t,
4 Winona Of den. Foreat Qrove, Oregon
..tpeter Beltlce, Chemawa, Oregon. .............. ....
a Jennie Bowereox; B. F. D. No. I. Corvallla, Oregon
' T Glenn JE. Walker. Albany. Oregon.:..
. i Lulu Smith. Inglle. Oregon'. ,.. ...... ........
a Maud Holllncer, Foreat Grove, Oregon
1 C A. Bcbnun, Oregon City, Oregon '. ................ :
' 11 Francla Rlverman, R. F. t. No. 1, Cornelius, Oregon ...............
, ' iij. Percy Read, I0( Walnut atreet, Albany, Oregon . ; '. ............. .
II Ueda Caldwell," R. F. D. No. t.-Albany, Oregon
.14- Leon Plnckney, Bt Helena, ; Oregon we. ........ r-. '
j Emma Mohr, HUIeboro, Oregon ..... ........
II Earl Lee. Waterloo, Oregon . ..........'...... .......
" ith albert Hawken, Lebanon. Oregon. ...... .... ............ ......
II H. A. Wood, Harrlsburg, Oregon.....;.
' 1 Harry Chaae, Eugene, Oregon .......v.
. District Waanbet I. ;
Xbla eonteet district Is ' made "up of Multnomah county and includes Port
land. Contestants. In thla dlatrlct compete with one another and at tha aama
lime wim lu cuni..t.u. iu viuvr v. iwv mw.
1 Alice K. Frlca. Lenta, Oregon
K.1S0
11.71
17.7
ll.70
11.70
11.169
,105
8.(00
.710
, 7.745
5.5J0
4.(5
1.850
1.7SI
1.200
00
, C00
. , 400
. 210
DEVELOPING MAItbLE
X QUARRIES ON SNAKE
(Special Pl.pstcB to The JoaraaL '
Lew la too, Idaho. Aug. 5. George A.
Snere, . an expert from Minneapolis,
within a few daya Will make a trip up
tha Snake river to Inspect tha marble
a'uarrlea near tha mouth of the Grand
onde. owned by George H. Kester and
associates, considered one of the moat
promising prospects In the weat. Mn
who have been working at the vwr'
for the laat two year'now have a large
shipment of high grade marble n a
warehouse hear the Snake river awaiting
transportation to Lewlston. The build
ing of the railroad from Huntington to
Lewiaton will open tha quarrlea of the
upper Snake river to the marketa of tha
world anil it la ex pooled Uiat the de
velopment of the marble and granite re
aourcea will be taken upon a large scale
In tha near future.
i ' -
Booster Club at Elbertoa.
IHnmMml ' DlemtcB te Tb. Jo.rnel.t
TCI hart on. Wash., Auc. 4. aV iiooater
club baa been organised at this place
with every business nouae representee
The offloera are: Hugh Eaton, presi
dent; Dr. W. N. Diving, vlce-prealdent:
A Mete aecretarv: H. C Kltel.
treasurer. The object of the club la
to advance tha Intereata of tha city. -
Woman loves a clear, roe y oomplex
lm. Burdock Blood Bitters purlnea
the blood, cleara tha akin. reatores
ruddy. Bound health.
41.8M
1 Hilda Brant. 711 Willamette Boulevard, Portland. Oregon 40,771
I William Russell, 214 Dupont street. Portland, Oregon 40.115
4 David O. M alien, lit Ban Rafael street. Portland, Oregon- .......... 24.(10
21.510
11.775
4.20)
4.10ft
..... 2.(15
..... ' 2.750
2.400
1.115
1,(10
1.100
90
j Alta af. Wilcox, CI none, Oregon ...... . . .... . ...
'Maria Rrunn 115 Chaoman street. Portland. Oregon
T Mixta A. Jones, Olds, Wortman : King. Portland. Oregon , 11.(80
I Ray H. Moore, Troutdale. Oregon...... ...... .12.420
I J. A. Ouy. 411 East 11th street. Portland. Oregon ................. .50
10 Oscar Baugen,' 570 Tillamook street, Portland. Oregon...., -5.195
11 Herbert Muenaer. 115 Bpenoer atreet. Montavilla. Oregon ... .."7r... . 5.785
It Cecil Sploer, 525 Clay atreet, Portland Oregon
IS ciiivufc neeaer, hi viee isianu, rorusna,, vitiqd .
14 John Kanno. 110 Flaka atreet. Portland. Oregon
II May Pandergraaa. (11 Bavler street. Portland. 'Oregon
lft Raymond1 H. Moore. Holbrook. Oregon . . . . .'. .
17 Sophia Olson. Ill Ivy street, Portland. Oregon
45 Edward McMahoa. 100 11th street, Portland, Oregon
lft Christie Burkholder. Latourelle Falla, Oregon .j
lft Douglas McKay, (47 Taylor street Portland, Oregon ..............
District Vambe . "
Contest dlatrlct No. 4 comprises all of eastern Oregon and eastern Waah
" Ingtoa. Contestants ia this district compete with ona another and also against
all other contestants. . ;
, 1 Opal CaUlson. Olez. Oregon ....V...... ..L .......... .i. 12.215
t Adam Murray, Dayvllle. Oregon ...........
Mat tie Fenley, Mayvllle, Oregon' .
4 Bessie Gaylord, North Powder, Oregon
5 Lilian Cochran, Monument, Oregon
" ft Curtis L. Coram, Waplnltia," Oregon".7i".i" .V ;
T Bertha Rlnehart, Elgin. Oregon ...... .
Cecil Irving, Harney City, Oregon
District ' V amber '4.
Contest district No. I Includes all that part of Oregon south of Eugene
and tha counties of Oregon bordering on.' the 'Pacific ocean. Contestants In
this district compete against . ona another and at the same time against eon
. testaats la all other parta of the northwest. ' - . . -
1 Cecilia Wesaela. Gardiner, Oregon , 11,050
S-TsNlta Orenlnger, Ashland, Oregon ..,.. '4,100
Anise Hewitt Rooeburg. Oregon , (50
4 Lewis F. Herbage, Medford, Oregon.. ., ................ 54a
24,500
24,745
11,240
.... 1.1(0
J : 1.860
....1,710
I
Opp
ortumty
our
' ;, Is written all over August at ; ;
Welch's Genuine npmnvnl Snip
u nl 1 (augustI-
" yv
Outing Si(ils Are
.Selling at V2 Price
Straw Hats Are
x Selling at V2 Price
If Not Right, Welch Makes It Right
MORRISON
Welch moves to 4th and Washington about Sept 1
IL (Hi II cd.IL 11 : tcJ.
Summer Clothing
N.
Men's Outing Suits
; One Half Off
$10.00 OUTING ' t? C h(
SUITS. . . . . ... ..... .pOU U -
$15.00 OUTING d7 CA
suits.:. ....,-4.OU
$25.00 OtlTING C I ") C A
SUITS. . .... ......) IL0J
BL U E S E RG E OtJTING
SUITS, $15.00 and $20.00 Values.
- WHILE THEY LAST. ... $9.85
Men's Outing Pants
' d- Big Reductions -$2.50
outing : c t 'rrc
PANTS. . .. . ....... .D 1 1 1
$3.00 OUTING M C O A C
PANTS. . . ; . : . . . . . . .J) L.3a
$3.50 OUTING 1C
PANTS ....... . ... ..$..0
$4.00 OUTING ' j C QC
PANTS . . . . . , . ...... 0a.OO
$5.00 OUTING ; C? 3 1C
PANTS . . . . . . ; f ...... DOOd
$6.00 OUTING, C A 1 C
PANTS... .v.,3)4.a40
Hen's and Boys' Straw Hats One-Half Off This
Includes AH Panama Hats -
Men's Threc-Piecev
Summer Suits
' -Greatly, Reduced
a8... $10.00
$20.00 SUMMER : C 1 :2 C A
SUITS... . . . . . WJ) 1 tOU
$25.00 SUMMER (jl C AA
suits. .tj) 1 0UU
-
Boys' Wash Suits
V Half Price .
50c BOYS' WASH OZn
SUITS . . . . , ;;..,.r7....aduv
$1.00 "BOYS' WASH Cn
SUITS ................. OUL
$1.25 BOYS' WASH ' fjln
SUITS. . . . .... . . ... . ..VOL
$1.50 BOYS' WASH 7Cw
"SUITS... v.. ;....:...v.'OL.
$1.50 Men's White and Tan American Pongee Shirts v . ... . . Q1.15
50c Blood Ribbed Underwear, Blue, Pink, Brown and Ecru . 80o
WpLN YOU SLE if IN OUR AD IT S SO
MOVER
TWO STORES THIRD AND OAK STS.
CHINA CAUSE OF
FLEET'S TRANSFER
Probability of Trouble in Ce:
lestial Empire Brings
' Squadron to Pacific
.'taeelal Dbctc te The JesraaL) -
Washington. Aug; 5. It's Chins, and
, Hot even remotely Japan, that has aroused
the concern of Washington aulhorltiea
la connection with tha choosing of the
' Pacific aa tha aezt practice ground for
a big battleship squadron, aooordlng to
tha deductions of soma students of af-
. falra, . In the . far east. . China aa an
entity. It la believed In certain circles.
Is la a condition as precarloua. as tha
health of the dowager empress, and that
when tha failing health of tha latter
leads to Its Inevitable end. the empire
will face a erlaia that will make It wise
. for the United States to have a pre.
eentable naval force within easy sailing
distance.
Bowafaw Baapres railing.
t,lttle regarding; the situation sug
gested bjr the above statetnenta haa
been spoken In official or diplomatic
cirelee, but commercial intereata profess
to have been keen obeervers of what la
going on. From sources connected with
tile later eomee the report that some
time ago the administration here waa
Suletlv apprised that the health of the
owager- empress u falling fast, and
that when she goee to Join the "guests
on hlxh" China will become the prey
. of plotters seeking to overthrow the
Ma nch u Tartar dynasty.
At the samw time the powers are
deemed likely to take advantage of the
situation again, by golngn for the par
tition of Oi-; empire and possible closing
of the open door, that means so much to
, America, and towarda securing 'Which
- American statesmen have accomplished
so much. Whatever happens, it is pos
sible that the attempt will be made to
aelse the government by a atrong
leaner outaide the present dynaaty, or
through tha exerting of the influence of
. the same leader and others to reatore
the descendants of Ming family; to the
throne.
.'!; ' ". "'Vowers Wfll KU 'Vp."'
Chances are several to one that tha
rowers will find an excuse to get Into
the game to subserve their own Inter.
"'. 1' aa been pointed out that
when trouble cornea the nation that haa
th,."wro.n,'?t PY.y ,n lh" Pacific watera
'!LlWi'" hv he moat Influence
erlth China. The knowledge that a
crista mlaht be reached at any time, and
In all probability waa not to be delayed
beyond a comparatively few months' is
believed ty many to have had a great
deal to do in determining plans for the
sending of the battle. hip squadron to
the Peclfio aa aooa aa poaaibla.
If thla understanding of the altuation
be correct. It would, be Impoestble. of
. course, to get government aulhorltiea
to admit the real purpoee of the naval
movement at thla ataae of the proceed-
inns. j uev mci . ia iv uv a nig mtx-UD
over China Is the firm belief of thoee
whose private business affaire on a
Inrge scale embrace the territory within
the empire. America's commercial ln
tereate demand, when auch time eomee
that It exert a atrong Influence with
Chinese atateamen and political leaders.
8
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Twenty-five Salesmen
, With References
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In thc
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Tremendous Sacrifice Sale of
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Ai Worth of High-Class Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishing
osfcm Miners hi Session..
(Jonrnel tperUl Rervlee.l
-. Mont, AuaV 5. Tha dlatrlct
i .f the United aline workers
- i . i,r, with deleaatea on hand
tue locals throughout Hon
l ..v., mlng. The sessions will
, v . snd will be followed by
r. , nventJon of the W on Una I
.... -
lail
33 Cents on ttie PoBar o! Valiie
Do your trading in the mornings. V Avoid the after
.' noon and evening crowds -
teed as Represented
Satisfaction or Your
. Money Back
OTORXt OPEN UNTIL 9iOO P. M. DURING THIS OAL
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Third and Burnside Streets