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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, &VEDNE3DAY EVENING. 'AUL'JZT 7, 1CC7.
ALICE D. AND ALICE E.
LEAD JOURNAL CONTEST
' 1 ' of
Charm in the Name as Well as In the Girls of First and
Second Districts Room for Others to
WILL BE PUT Oil
, District Waaiber . " V ,
Contest district No. S comprisea the Willamette valley except Multnomah
count r (which forma a dlatrlct by itself ma far south a Eugene. Conteatgnta
in thla dlatrlct compete with one another and at ' the aama time with all
contestants In aU parte of Oregon. . -..
1 Alice D. Grant, Dalian, Oregon
I Karl IieckarV Cotvallla, Oregon,
S Harlln Talbert, Albany, Oregon
a Winona Of den. Foreat Grove. Oregon
f Peter Seltlee, Cbemawm. Oregon ....V. .......
Jennie Boweraox, R. F. D. No. J, CorvaJJla, Oregon . ...
T Glenn K. Walker. Albany, Oregon ......... I
S-Lulu Bmltb, ' Inglis, Oregon ..........
Maud tiolllngsr.. Forest Grove, .Oregon
IS c, A. Schnm. Oregon City. Oregon....
' 11 Francis Rlvennan, R. F. D. No. 1, Cornelius, Oregon
II J. Percy Read; SO Walnut street, Albany, Oregon . .
II Med Caldwell. R. F. D. No. , Albany, Oregon
' 14 Leone, Plnckney, St. Helena, Oregon
Is Emma Mohr, Hillsboro, Oregon.
1 Earl Lee, Waterloo, Oregon..,..
17 Halbert Hawken. Lebanon, Oregon.'.....'.... '..
lO-K. A. Wood,,Harriaburg, Oregon'
.- Blstrtoi uaibe 1. ' . ' '
1 Thin content district la made up of Multnomah county and includes Port
land. Contestants in thla district compete with one another and at the aama
time with all conteaUnta in other parte of the northwest
1 Alice E. Price. Lenta. Oregon .......... 41,110
... OjaaaanBnBSBswnBBsnnssm ,
D. I. Huff, on Slough Eoad
Determined to top Steal
ing: of nis ' Apples.
Determined to cause thm rMa
pli who have been stealing his aoDlea.
D! LtHuff went before the district at
torney yesterday afternoon and seonred
warrants. Huff lives on the Slough
road, about a quarter of a mile east of
Maegly Junction, where ho renta a piece
Southern Pacific Announces
Belief in Portland-Trisco
Having utterly faUed to operate pas
senger trains closer than two to eight
hours from their time schedules, the
Southern ' Paclflo company will, It la
announced. Immediately put on a reg
ular express train service between Port
land and San Franclaeo. Thla train will
handle express, mail and baggage, and ' of land from the railroad eomoany. and
is expeciea io relieve roe ovenana pes- j grows rrult and vegetables.
r. nun s orcnara naa been raided
several times, and yesterday morning he
found in the orchard tracks of a man
and a bare footed youth, and also the
tracks made by a email wagon, abowlng
how hla fruit had been carted of t. The
mens were iouowed and led etralgb
to the door of a nnlihW. konu
Huff hurried at once to the city, but
before he could procure the warrents It
had become ao late that the thlevea had
had time to remove all evidence of the
men, ao huh too- John Doe warrants
and now has them In hla possession so
that there need be no delay In arresting
viivuuwi inguiq anomer inert oo
cur. jn.re la an . additional advante
In hsvlnr the John rna aumiii.
that,, any person Huff may catch in hla
orchard can be arrested on - them, no
mauer wnai nia name might De. -,
3 Hilda Brant, (21 Willamette Boulevard, Portland. Oregon
I William Russell, 214 JDupon street. Portland. Oregon .....
4 David O. Mullen. Ill San Rafael street, Portland. Oregon
I Alts M. Wilcox. Cleone, Oregon
( Marie Bruno, til Chapman street Portland, Oregon ...
7- Mine A. Jones. Olds, Wortman A. King. Portland, Oregon . ......
0-I-Ray H. Moore. Troutdale, Oregon ....
0 J. A. Guy. 411 East 18th .street, Portland, Oregon .....
101 Oacar Haugen. 170 Tillamook street. Portland, Oregon
11 Herbert Muenaer. Ill Spencer street, Portland. Oregon
It May Pendergraaa. Ill Bavier street, Portland. Oregon
II Cecil Splcer. 121 Clay atreet Portland, Oregon .
14 Olivia Reeder. Sauvles -Island. . Portland, Oregon ' ;...
II John Kahno, 10 Flake street, Portland, Oregon
14 RiTinond HowelL Holbrook. Oregon .....J
17 Sophie Olson," 29 Ivy street, Portland.. Oregon i
II Edward McMfthon. 100 12th street. Portland. Oregon ...
if Christie -Burkholder, Latourelle Falls, ' Oregon 3....
10 Douclaa McKay. 147 Taylor atreet, Portland, Oregon ..,
. District Samae 4.
Conteat dlatrlct No. 4 comprises all of eastern Oregon and eastern Wash
ington. Contestants in this district compete with one another and also against
all other contestants. ' . '. ; . . . '
1 Ooal Cslllson. Olex Oregon ........ ........... U.I15
1 Adam Murray, Dayvllle, Oregon
I Mattle Fenley, Mayvllla, Oregon
4 Beaale Gaylord. North Powder, Oregon
'ft Lilian Cochran, Monument, Oregon
I Curtis L. Corum. Waplnltla, Oregon
I Bertha Rlnebart, sigin. uregon .....
ft Cecil Irving. Harney City. Oregon,
' BUtxtot VoaiDer S. "
Contest district No. I Includes all that part -of Oregon south of Eugene
and the counties of Oregon bordering on the Paclflo ocean. Contestants in
thla dlatrlct compete agalnat ona another and at the aama time against con
testants la all other parts of tha northwest. 7
lCecllla Weasels. Gardiner, Oregon...:......... ............. ll.HtO
t Nlta Grenlnger, Ashland. Oregon r.-r. i... 4.100.
t Anise Hewitt. Roseburug, Oregon .......... 0(0
e Lewis F. Herbage. Medford, Oregon .
Derore tne pudiio
Alice D. Grant, daughter of Sheriff
Grant, of Polk county, still leada in
The Journal Educational Conteat.
While covering herself with honor ahe
is at the same time helping every con
testant in District No. 1. or the Wll
lumette valley outside of Multnomah
Fur the second time Alice E. Price, of
Lents, appears at the bead of the score
of Multnomah oounty candidates. She
has made a remarkable record in reach
ing that place of distinction because
ahe hss been working only about half
aa many days aa her rivals.
Others may yet enter the contest who
will repeat the performance of Miss
Goal Calllson. of Olex, maintains a
nrettv sood lead in District No. 4.
But she le threatened by the boy of
Dewille. Adsm Murray.
Cecilia Weasels, of Gardiner, la the
' , ' 1
I ' s )
Bessl E. Gaylord, native Oregonlan,
who geeki education through The
t Journal educational ton teat.
saving grace of the southern - Oregon
district She shows the young people
' of Southern Oregon whet may be done
by a girl who has pluck and ambition.
, Nlta Grenlnger, of Ashland, la becom
ing more Interested In the work of gath
ering suDscripuons. ana sne is running
vp a score that counts strongly In favor
of a soholarahlfi.
Winona Olden, at Forest Grove, has
rone up to Station 4. and Is still going.
Her first subscriber gave her a ride
on a load of wood, and he predicted ahe
would lead her dlatrlct "
He muat be gratified to see her going
towards tbe top of the list ao fast
Csrl A. Schram, of Oregon City. Is
another proof of what may be done by
a new contestant at this stage of the
game. ' He has advened to a posltioo
smong the good erholarahlpe and in
tend to ao up where he will be surs
to have his pick.
It la a singular coincidence that two
young ladles by the name of Alice
ehould teed two districts of the con
teat and be the two highest of sll the
contestants. There may be a charm In
the name Alice, es well in the youns
Contestants of The Journal should not
overlook the-power end Importance of
the newopapers published in the,lr home
towns. Friendly notlcee appearing in
few-pepers will benefit th.m
soothed and nettled by . I
"7 .-'-a like soda
ai r -
I years Cf our
r.rrb"., (ML aad (MB,
The contestant la
for support. In the atart the contest
ant enlists the Interest only of friends,
but aa the conteat proceeds the circle of
friends and acqulantancea ftom to be
the entire public., -
" Several of the conteaUnta have re
ceived fine notices from their local
nowspapera. These have been reprinted
whenever they have reached the desk
of the conteat manager: To be aure
that such artlclea do reach htm. the con.
teatanta ahould clip them from the
newspapers, mark the name of the paper
upon them and aend them In a letter to
the conteat editor.
When she began her campaign ' for
subscriptions Miss Bessie Gaylord of
district No. 4 waa announced by the
North Powder News. She followed up
the advertising by vigoroua canvas
ins and aa a result ahe la making
bee line for the first position in her
district Here Is what tha News said
"We are pleased to sUte that Miss
Besale Gaylord, now the "Central" In
the North Powder telephone office. Is a
candidate in The vregon journal s Edu
cational Conteat She hopes for the
support ef all friends by advanced sub
scriptions to Tha Journal - Including
"Mies Bessie's home Is near Carson,
Pine valley, Oregon. But ahe formerly
apent some time In North Powder with
her grandmother, Mrs. J. K. Carroll,
attending1 school and afudylng muelo.
"Mrs. Anna Burns, her former teacher
at this place, aaya of her:
" 'Beaale ia an energetic conscientious
and systematlo worker, affable and unas
suming, courageous ana persistent to a
'"We predict for her an unusually
"Aa ahe baa been obliged to stay at
home in a small rural dlatrlct where
educational advantages are limited, ahe
haa not been able to attend school for
the past three year a and haa filled in
her spare time trying to heln alone bv
giving piano lessons,
"Miss Bessie end her mother are
Royal Neighbors and her 'father belonga
to the W. O. W. She hones to receive
many votes from the members of theae
'All who kindly wish to assist Beasle
In her undertaking will pleaae call at
the central phone office, where they
can leave their aubacrlptlona and votea
and receive any Information required."
Meaaie uayiora waa oorn April it,
118, at her parents' home, near Half
way, Baker oounty, Oregon, where they
til reside on tneir farm.
She is the grand-dauanter of Oranre
and Baran is. uayiora, wno emigrated
from Illlnoja to Oregon in H&0. Thev
located on the Molalla prairie, near
Oregon City, where her father. Clar
ence B. Gaylord, was born In the year
or itt. i.
Beesle's great great, great grand'
father was oommander of the Wyom
ing fort in revolutionary times and was
massacred by the Indians at the mas
sacre of Wyoming. . I
Her esrly ancestors emigrated from
France to England in 1160, thence to
America, Settling at Dorceater, Massa-
cnuaeita, about ibju.
- On her mother's aids' Beaale's grand
rather waa a veteran jot the civil war
and marched with- "General Sherman to
the sen, and her great grandfather waa
with Perry when he won his victory on
Deacendlng from fighting stock on
both aldea, as ahe does, Beasle Gaylord
la In The Journal contest with a reso
lution to bsttle end to win.
Miss Gaylord's mother was Miss
Delia Arnold, at one time a reeldent of
Cove, Oregon. She Is-a member of the
Eplscnpsl church and waa educated at
tbe Ascension school st Cove.
Bessie's grandmother, Mrs. 3. E. Car
roll, of North Powder, Oregon, la of
Scotch anceatry and a member of the
O. F 8. Her nnclM fir T T' T.lnvri
of Pendleton and Attorney R, H. Llovd
of Flgln, Oregon, belong to the order
Free Maauna and are well known
men. t ....
M I ja Beaale la a member of the R.
eamp 4221. Halfwa Oregon.
5? w?J iT " her. Her father la a
ih ..."J well as an old-timer of
rlii. i. rt"rTatlv of Arte." The
mmA ea.kl.ntv a L - II line-saw. ururri
i-!Lth,?b,, generally give the
education.' - - "
Sanger trains to such
tney eaa be operated
DiaDatchea to Tha Journal from Ban
Francisco aay that General Manager E.
K. Calvin, of the Southern Pacific llnea
In California haa lasued ordera to pre
pare the equipment for the new express
train, and that It will be Installed on
thle run within a week. It la aald that
similar trains will also be put on to Kl
Paso and Los Angeles. A special ex
preaa train haa for soma time been run
ning between San Franclaco and Ogden,
me route uimi receives an me apeciai ra
vors In the way of good eervlce from the
iperating .departmeuta or the Union Pa
cific and Southern Paclflo ayatems.
The enormous mminrir tnfflA aw.
land between Portland and San j ra n-
ciaco aireaay overloads three dally
trains each .way, and they have not
been able to run anywhere near their
time schedules. Trslns arrive at Port-.
ung iron two to io hours late., and
peopie ii intermediate atatlona are
never aoie to calculate with any cer
tainty on the time when they muat be
i uepoi to ooara a paasenger train.
I no new exprese train will not atop
at every small station. It Is said, but
will aim to give a service that will re
lieve me inrougn trains of the enor
mous smount of express and bag sake
they now accommodate, and lighten by
two or three care the loads that the
paasenger locomotives are pulling over
we iep graaes 01 me Biaaiyous.
Oriental Excursion .
Personally conducted, will leave Beat
tie September 1. for a 70-day a' tout
through Japan and China. A month will
be apent In Japan visiting en route the
jokio tnausiriMi exposition.
Rate 00, which will cover all expen
ses. For particulars call or addreaa W.
w'... Orients! Tours. 14 Downs
building, or agent Canadian Paclflo
Railway. ', ,
WOULD 1L1LSE RATE --
'ON ALL LU3IBEE
WaJJa Walla Floor Man Intetvated
in Securing Care for Trans-
porting Wheat Crop. " f
Frank B.' Dement the flour and mill
ing man of Walla Walla.' Washington.
la visiting relatives In Portland and
said yesterday that he advocated tha
placing of a higher freight rate on lum
ber In order to secure mora freight cars
for transporting . ths Immense wheat
crop which waa grown In tha inland
empire this year. He aald that several
remarkably heavy yields were reported
by varloua ranchers In - bis country,
some of which ran aa high aa 10 buah
els an acre.
"On the Ennls ranch," said Mr. De
ment, "a tract of 100 acrea yielded (4
buahela to the acre. The wheat was
remarkably good and Indicative of a
general excellent crop. At another
ranch the crop went to II bushels sn
sere, while one crop of Red Turkey
Wheat ran as high aa 01 bushels.
"Theae were only a few examples of
the immense crop this year. General
reports Indicate that similar condition
pertained in all sections of the wheat
belt Just what the total crop will be
la uncertain. It haa been eatimated at
varloua flgurea, but I believe it will be
In exoeaa of anything we have ever
"Prloea are rood and the only ques
tion that remalna ia one of cars with
which to haul the product to the ware
houses. While It may seem selfish I
believe that a higher rate on lumber
would be the meana of giving the wheat
men more cars. The present lumber
rate of 40 cents a thousand wsa estab
lished years ago as an incentive to In
duce Paclflo coaat men to ship lumber
east thua using the empty care that
brought goods to the coaat from eastern
fiolnts. Now the times are changed and
natead of having more cara than can
be used the railroads are unable to han
dle the business which haa grown with
ue aeveiopmeni oi tne coast country.
"By placing a higher tariff on lumber.
the lumbermen might hold their product
for higher prlcea, thua giving to wheat
at tnia time or (no year tne uee of
PUT IN COUNCIL
W. C. Francla Elected Last Night to
, Succeed Baser, Who Resigned,
t St. Johns.
W. C. Francla, a prominent mlllman
and one of the dlrectora of tha Bt Johns
lumber company, was last night elected
to fill the vacancy H the city council
of St Johns, made by the resignation
of W. W. Raser. Mr, Raaer's resigna
tion was filed with the recorder vester.
aay ana acted upon py tne council just
previous io Mr. brands' election. Tne
new councilman was summoned and an.
tared UDOII hie tutla at nnr.
The resignation of Clenathe L. Good
rich, cltv ene-lneer. waa accented, ta take
eiieci upon me completion or tne city
hall. Mr. Goodrich was appointed to fill
the vacancv made bv the riaeth. Af the
tats (japtaia w. W. Goodrich, hla father.
He waa appointed for the purpose of
completing the city ball which at -that
time waa about half finished. ' v
At the meetlns last nleht the aalfton
license or J. E. Brink waa transferred to
a C Pott the Utter having filed- ths
necessary 11,000 bond. -
Judge George J. Cameron was present
In the Interest in the Davidson sas fran.
chlse and secured a week ia which to
make Improvement in the document All
three gas franchises. It Is expected, will
be considered at the next meeting. .
permission to use tne council chamber
i a practice hall waa refuaed tha St.
Johns brass band by a vote of three to
four. . . v.
Torturing eczema spreads its barnlna
area every day. Doan a Ointment quick
ly eiops its spreading, instantly re
lieves the Itching, euros It permanently.
At any drug store.
frof erred snook Oaaaed ereeda.
Allen A Lewis' Beat Brand.
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Men's Outing Suits
One Half Off
$10.00 outing c e nn
suits. . . ..... . . . . . oDOeU u.
$15.00 OUTING C7 CA
SUITS. . . .". ;.. . . . ...4l .Oil
BLUE SERGE OUTING
SUITS, $15.00 and $20.00 Values.
WHILE THEY LAST. .V.$9.85
Men's Outing Pants
$2.50 OUTING C I
PANTS.. . ... . ...,? I O
$3.00 OUTING C'l AC
PANTS. . ... . ... . . ..$.UD
$3.50 OUTING . O
PANTS ............ VL.LO
$6.00 OUTING ; OC
PANTS . . . . . . . . ; , .vf tLo
Hen's and Boys' Straw Hals One-Half Off This
: " ; , Includes All Panama Hats
Boys' Wash Suits
. Half Price
50c BOYS' WASH 'JE
SUITS. . . ..... ....... .a-,UC
$1.00 BOYS WASH' CAT
SUITS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DUG
$15 BOYS' WASH iOrt
suits . . , . ... . . . . . v.; : . 0 6 C
$1.50 BOYS' WASH
suits. ... ..... ........ lOC
$1.50 Men's White and Tan American Pongee Shirts
50c Blood Ribbed Underwear, Blue. Pink, Brown and Ecru
$25.00 SUMMER CI C AA
SUITS. . . . . . . .hP 1 dUU
WHEN YOU SLL IT IN OUR AD ITS SO
TWO STORES THIRD AND OAK STS.
MDM mwm TO EQUAL . THESE
them. This would
benefit the wheet
men and wouM certainly not Incommode
the lumbermen, who would be able to
secure a better nrlce for their nrodnt
Dy noiaing 11 ior several months.
wvr mv a am wn.
w ii t. ii fuui viuiti iias nrvri cijiu. log
need not fear pneumonia or other mil.
Iiiuiiw 7 miBTimmvim. m u iy liii.ii w rn
Ballard's Horehound Syrup a positive
cure for colds. couaha. whooninar
and bronehltle. Mra Hall of filoux
rails, a. u, wrmi: i nave usea your
wonaeriui najiara s norenouna Byrup
on nf cnuarvn ivr n. w Hi.. xiB re
sults have been wonderful. Sold by all
Little Liver Pills.
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Must fatr Signature of
ee Pso.8eadle Wrapper Belew.
I laill I r II
Tary sas an aakd as easy
vataluaa sagas. .
f 01 COXXTIf AT1CI.
CURI SICK HEADACHE.
ff Off For all our regular
epleeJa $2 work and dreis
pinti, all sizes, 20 style; in
fact, njr pair of Pants of
fered on this page is lower
in price than same value can
be had anywhere in America
today. - . ' . ' ,
OC For men's dreis
m. a. .... ll. TT
s t j 1 e.g. including all-wool
worsteds, blue - and black
.cheviots , aad . serges, neat,
stylish stripe and checks,
slues up to $3.50 all to go
at ai.85. '
aO QC For men's ffn
ePsrfeeJa) worsted Pants, in
30 distinct fitments? the new
pegtop styles are. also here
represented in this great lot
Values up to $3.50 and $4
all to go at f 2.35. . .
dj' OC' or choice of 700
epeO) pairs of men's fine
.worsted and silk mixed wor
sted rants, in all the ne
wsntea styles; values up to
$4.50 are included in this lot
T-choice at, only f 2.85.
Gives you choice
of men's . finest
worsted Pants, newest fab
rics; every pair 15.00 value;
some worth $6.00; yon must
see them; choice 83.43. ---
OC Gives" you ' choice
pJ.OO of 800 pairs of
men's finest dress Pants in
the very best makes on the
market; fine check worsteds,
nest stripes, blues, blacks,
etc; worth $6 to $7.50 your
choice st, only 3.85.
SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR SPECIAL VALUES. BETTER STILL, COME IN AND
LOOK THEM OVER. WEfVE TOLD YOU BEFORE YOU NEEDN'T BUYBECAUTe
.YOU LOOK, NOR KEEP BECAUSE YOU BUY. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFACTION
' OR YOUR MONEY BACK." ; ;.
Oct of lie Bl.& fteat District- f
69-71 TnillD ST.
. BETWEEN OAK AND PINE ,
Not b lie Cl.h-mce aiqn
69-71 THOD ST.
BETWEEN OAK AND PINE