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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. rORTLAttP. MONDAY EVENING. AUGUST 1?, KC7.
TV0 ALjCES RETAIN LEAD
If JOURNAL CONTEST
Top Xotchers Are Ewiiiing TJp Very Creditable Scores in
VotesChanges Brought. About in KclatiTeStajid
ing of Competing1 Candidates in Districts
The tblrtsanta oount, of ballot la Tbe
Journal educational contest la a-lven
her and tba contestants are arranged
ia arorraphleal districts In their rela
tive order of atandlna. The total num
ber of contest votos to tha cradlt of
very contestant la et down opposite
to tha name and address. .
The centeatanta are striving for schol
arships In leadlnc Oregon schools, aa
enumerated la a list In another column;
Li f haa. af arold offered by The
Journal The money will be distributed
to tha most deserving, as determined by
their relative atandlna; and It will help
to defray their living expenses while
There la yet room for other young
pwpit id enter me corneal, ana wiera
Is time for them to earn and win one
or more of the awards.
The conteat for the free trip to
Alaska enda at mfdnls-ht Aueust IS,
The party will leave Portland under tha
auspices 01 The journal on August i,
and will sail from Seattle August 10.
The contest for the scholarships con
tinues Into tha first week In Septem
ber. Contestants desire tnac patrons
heln them now by advancing payments
'on subscriptions in tneir iavor. v.
District Wumber ft. '. ' v (. "; '.'', '
Contest district No. S comprises tha Wlllametts valley except Multnomah
county (which forma a district by itself) as far south as Eugene. Contestants1
in this district compete with one another and at , Jha aame time with all
contestants in all parts . of Oregon. ;-. '-' , V ":,-,r '
L Alice D. Grant, Dallas, Or. , ........... .................'M0
' I, Earl Heckart. Corvallle, Or ........... '.".sOO
I. Harlln T albert. Albany, Or ........ ....i. ................ '.40
4. Peter SelUoe, Chemawa, Or. ....... ...!."'" '
I. Winona Olden, Forest Grove, Or.... ........ .... ...' ....10.070
0. Jennie Boweraox, R. F. D. No. 3. CorvalHa, Or. ...IT.0'00
T. Maud Bollinger, Forest Oroya, Or. .........(-"l.7'
1. Glenn E. -Walker, JUbany, Or....... ..... ...... ........ .10.785
f.'Lulu Smith, 'Inglls,. Or,... J... .........' ...a,. 1.000
10. C A. Schram, Oregon City, Or...... ...,,............... T.T40
11. Francis Klverman. R. F. XX. No. 1, Cornelius. Or. ..... 7.000
11. J. Percy Bead. I0 Walnut street Albany. Or. . 4.001
It. Meda Caldwell, R. F. P. No. I. Albany, Or, ....... ....... ...... 1.050
14. Leona Plnckney. St Helens, Or........ ,...i.t.1n.....i WH
It. Emma Mohr. Illllsboro, Or........ ... . ............... 1.440
It Earl Waterloo. Or ................ ........... , 100
IT. Halbert Hawken, Lebanon. Or...... ..... . 000
It H. A. Wood. Harrlsburg. Or .,.... 400
II. Harry Chase, Eugene, Or...... ............ .... "MO
District V umber 1. 1
This contest district is made up of Multnomah county and includes Fort
land. Contestants in this district compete with one another and at,"- am
rime with all contestants In other parts of tha northwest. . , -
I. Alice E. Price. Lenta. Or.. i .....;..... ..1....i....4S,0
i. Hilda Brant, til Wlllametta boulevard. Portland. Or. .............. .47.000 (
I. William Russell. M 4 Dupont street. Portland, Or. .......... ........43,190
4. David Q- Mullen. Ill San Rafael street. Portland, Or......... ,10.010
5. Alta M. Wilcox, aeons. Or., ....17.040
. Marie Brunn. Ill Chafffian street. Portland. Or. ......Sl.ISt
7. Mlna A. Jones. Olds, Wortman v. King, Portland, Or. ........14.IJ0
I. Ray H. Moore,Troutdale, Or.."....r ...11.420
"l.Jonrt Kanno. 10 Ftoke street,- PorUandOr..... ...,,- .il
10. J. A. Guy. 401. East Twenty-eighth street. Portland. Or. .............. 0,(10
II. Oscar Haugen, 170 Tillamook street Portland, Or, ................. I. IIS
11. Herbert Muenser. US Spencer street Portland. Or. I.7SS
1J. May Pcndargrasa, S10 Savler street Portland,. Or. ....v........... 0,750
14. Cecil Splcer. S2S Clay street Portland, Or. 4.100
15. Olivia Reader. Sauvles Island. Port! and. Or. 4,100
10. Raymond Howell. Holbrook. Or 1,400
17. Sophie Olson. IIS Ivy street Portland, Or. ..... 1,25
It. Edward McMahon, 100 Twelfth street Portland, Or. ..,.........,... 1,820
19. Douglss McKay. 147 Taylor street Portland, Or. .' ... ........ 1.145
20. Christie Burkholder, Latourell Falls, Or. 1.100
JOlstrtot aTajnbar 4, , ?."- A ..i:
' Contest district No. 4 comprises all of eastern Oregon and eastern Wash
ington. Contestants In this district compete with one another and alao against
all other contestants. . . -VV- ... ''' '.'"'...;- ,' '
1. Opal Caillaon, Olex, Or. I. ...........-.................. . .i. (4. 405
,t. Adam Murray. Dayvllle. Or ....... ................... .02. 000
I. Bessie Oaylord, North Powder, Or.. ........ .,. 27,140
4. Mattla Fenley, Mayrille. Or ................ ....... ..17,020
f. Lilian Cochran, Monument Or.m,.....,.,,...M.w,,vn,,1i.(
0. Curtis L. Corum. Waplnltla, Or.. vt ..,., 7.080 .
7. Bertha Rlnehart. Elgin. Or. ...... f v... .,..... ...... 4,050
5. Cecil Irving, Harney City, Or...... .?. ......M..t..... 1,71
, BlatrloO STvmhec S. ' ... -.
. Contest district No. t includes all that part of Oregon south of Eugene
and tha counties of Oregon bordering o n the Paclflo ocean. . . Contestants in
this district compete against one another and at the aame time against con- '
testants ia all other parts of the northwest
1. Cecilia Weaaela, Gardiner, Or...... ....u... 11,050
1. Nlta Orenlnger, Aahland, Or........ ......, ...,-,,,. 4,100
. Anise Hewitt Koseourg, or ISO
credit of Earl Heckart and Jennie Bow
cultural college the coming year be
cause no is too young. e is oniy i
yeara old and It years - is the youth
limit at the Oregon Agricultural cot
lege. Earl la now ready, for college
work and he doea not care to wait a
whole year In order to be eligible to
me state school. Blnce nla youth n ro
ll bits his schooling at home; Earl has
the consent of his naranta to mo tn
lianas provided be can win the schol'
arshlp offered by The Journal.
JtuaseU ZJkes to Bustle. '
Wllllnm Russell, one of the moat n.
terprlslng conteatanta In ' Multnomah
county, apent a part of last week In.a
trip along the Willamette river for con
test votes. He went ud atream as far
aa Dayton. - On hla bicycle he covered
aoouc .w mnea or country roads and
cauea ai ue rarm nouses.
The farm ere were hosnltable and In.
Tlted him to meals and to snend hla
nttrhta with th.m wlthnn Bama
or tnem ps troni sea mm out nearly all
of them took The Journal already.
Russell has grown to like newspaper
canvassing and thinks ha will follow
. A. Lewis F. Herbage, Medford, Or.
CorvalHa and Dallas furnish contest
ants of unusual merit In The Journal's
scholarship contest The two towns con
tain three contestants who are striving
for the scholarship in Dallaa College.
One boy la racing agatnat two girls lor
the one prise which all covet.
Corvaills ia dividing up Its support
between the boy and tha two girl a
Rome people in CorvalHa, in the begin
ning, gave subscriptions to the girl of
But now CorvalHa and vicinity la
backing Ear! Herknrt and Jennie Bow
ersnx. tha CorvalHa andldatea, - snd
Dallas is supporting Alice Grant the
candidate of Dallaa and Polk county.
aentom Used TJp.
' Benton county outside of Corrallla Is
pretty well lined up for Miss Boweraox.
who lives a few miles out of CorvalHa
on a farm. The farmers who know her
snd who are acquainted with her atrug-
glea for an education are ner champion a.
Heckart by hla enterprise and good
tact aeourea subsorlptlona from many
farmers, and Mlaa Boweraox has the
support of some townspeople.
Aa between Earl Heckart and Mlai
Boweraox it hss beoome a race to every
The total number Of Totes to the
f -,. ; , 1
The old adage. The happy
man's without'. 'a;, hiit,"
soundi ghiftlesa' nowadays..
The more shirts the more va
riety, hence the happier is the
man. . " 'i ; . -
, , , 1,1 , t, . ' .
Today and tomorrcw your ,
choice of 100 Negligee Shirts
at CO they were a dollar
each and are all of this sea
son's make. ...... ;.'.; . J ..
! 1C3 Third St,
eraox on Saturday was 17,125. as against
a total for Alice Grant of 41.890.
Yolk Oosaky UberaL
m Up to date Polk county has done near-
'7..twlc, uch or n oonteatant
Alloa Grant as Benton county haa done
for the two, Jennie Boweraox and Earl
Heckart Surely there oan not be this
difference in the wealth and generosity
Of the two sou n tins T -
Some men and women choose to sup
port the boy because be Is a boy. Some
are Inclined to favor the girls because
thsy are girls -The motives of subscrib
ers differentiate according to their in
dividual tastes. .
wThe good feeling prevailing among
these rival vote hustlers is much to
their credit . , . , -
Earl Heckart" does not feel out of
sorts with alias Grant because ahe per
sists tn keeping ahead of him no, matter
how hard he works. Nor does ha ha.
come discouraged aa some boys might
He works away and does the best he
oan. He Is cheerful. He watches every
move and every advance In votes made
by Miss Boweraox, but he . treats her
gallantly and he respects her Interests
and her friends.
a Weeks Qlstlyi.
Miss Bowersox. on the other hand,
adopts every fair means to gain votes.
She makes a trip Into a new locality
and works aa quietly as possible until
she has it canvassed. Heckart may run
aoroaa her track and get subscriptions
where she haa failed. Likewise does she
Induce subscriptions where he has tried
and failed, as Is alwaya the way In can
vassing: one person cannot do all the
Charles Heckart, father of Karl Hack
art is a contractor and builder. He has
lived nearly all hla life in CorvalHa anil
vicinity and Is generally known. Where
the boy is a stranger he mentions that
he la he son of Charles Heckart and
atralghtvay he Is rewarded with a sub
scription. But Earl doea not depend
solely upon hla father's popularity for
winning subscriptions, . He haa to go
after and talk for the conteat votes with
which he la building up a winning score.
He starts to work early Is the moraine
and atops at noon only long enough to
eat dinner. He doea not quit until night
aauis ue aoors against aim..
' KCra. JEeekert SVpxlsr. :
Karl is assisted very much in hla
work by a kindly disposed stepmother,
who le well liked in the parts of Ore
gon where she was a school teacher be
fore her marriage to Earl's father.
Through personal letters. Mrs. Heck
art has annealed to her many friends
and acquaintances to aid her stepson
la his efforts to provide himself with
an education through The Journal contest
For the last two or three winters the
Heckart home haa sheltered several of
the students Of the Oregon Agricultural
college.' These-college atudents in the
home of the Heckart s have had aa In
atilrlns Influence, unon the aon and
have added to bit desire to become a
scholar. , ,
Beportsy tat vewspaps.
For some time Earl Heckart tfae en- ;
joyed the distinction to bs public school :
reporter of the CorvalHa Oasette. This!
news writing has given him practice I
In tha use of Encllsh and construction I
and has trained hlra to be an observer.
In his canvassing In bis home town .
Frl is confronted with this question, I
'Vv'hy are you trying for the Dallas I
college scholarship when we have a I
good rollers at homeT The people of I
orvauia are loyal to their great lnatl-
utlon and wish to have their own col. I
l-re patronized by home students. At
first some of thera could not understand '
ny l-an ehould go awsy Trom home
attend school. This la easily an-
wre.l and explained. j
I. arl cannot attend the Oregon Agri-i
Earl Heckart, of Corvaills, contend
Inc against two, girls In district
No. a. .
William . Russell, making a gallant
fight (or bead In District No. 1 ot
The Journal contest Photo by
Browning. ;-"--7 ---"T ,r
thls and other departments of newspa
per worx as a nusiness. He wanta to
win a scholarship in a business college.
as be realisea that to be properly
equipped for the- business end of the
publishing business he should know
something of bookkeeping and . short
hand. ,i . . '
Hilda Brant secured the subscription
of R. P. Graham of 105 Marquam build
ing as soon as she asked for It - Mr.
Graham feela friendly to the Educa
tional conteat plan aa hla nephew, Guy
Graham of Troutdale, benefited by it
la at vMr
Strange Story of Ten Stick Island.
From Pearson's Weekly, .-v
It was stated In parliament the other
day that tba New Hebrides belong to
Presumably, tnia curious statement
meant if It meant -'anything, that the
l-ianas peiong 10 ins XMew iieoriaeans
But even this is not aulte trua For
although the French and British high
commissioners, while expressly disclaim
ing ownersnip, exercise a joint control
over the group by virtue of the Anglo
FTanco convention or uctooer. io.
yet there is neverthelesa one small
Island which belongs outright to Great
Britain which ia as much British soil
aa Is, say, the Isle of Wight
It la situated in South-West hav.
Malekula, is of considerable height al
though oniy a iew nunareo yarns in
el rnumf Branca, and tha atorv af Its
acquisition P an amusing one. '
South-west bay has always been con
sidered the best place in the Islands
for target practice by tbe man-of-war
I .strolling the group, and thla amall
alet was used as a target so freauent-
ly that it seemed in danger of being
graouajiy snot away.
Tha chief who owned It nroteated.
and wanted compensation. The captain
of the man-of-war. who understood New
Hebrldean nature, knew that these
clalma would be a ceaseless source of
blackmail unleas they were settled once
for all; so ne bought me laiana outright
for the British crown, paying ten. sticks
or tobacco ror it. ana everyone was
satisfied. - The piece, since then, haa
always been known as Ten Btlck Is
land," and la undoubtedly the smallest
isolated mt - ei tin tain existent upon
the surface of the globe,
The state committee of the Independ
ence league of Maaaachusetts haa de
rided to have a full state ticket In the
field this fall.
Illumination of Niagara
Falls Greatest Electrical
- (Jearaal Special Service.)
Niagara Falls, N. Y.. Aug. 11. All
preparations are about completed for
the night Illumination Of Niagara Falls,
regarded by engineers ss ths "greatest
feat ever attempted In electrical illumi
nation. The scheme calls for nearly
rtrty large aearcnngnta, several of them
the largest of their kind and canable
of throwing a beam of light a hundred
miles. The projectora are to be located
below the falls In two batteries, one at
the watoi-e edge and the other on the
high ground on the Canadian
side. Every Inch Of the fall a will
be under light. Attached to the
searchlights will be a recently invented
color scintillator by which the beams
Of light oan be made any color at wllL
The mlat and the water will be bathed
In all the colore of the rainbow, produc
ing a Dm gorgeous eireci.,
It Is planned now to turn bn the lllu
mtnatlona for the first time next Thurs
day night. The work la In charge ot the
General Electric company, whose ex
perts say that Uiefsir of colored lights
when flsehed In the air will be visible
at points aa far distant as Toronto and
SUICIDE CAUSED BT -
,' HIS WIFE'S POLITICS
Husband of Female Member of Fin
, ; nish Parliament Takes
; " His Life. .
, (fceraal Special Service.) ' . '
Berlin. Aug- 11 The first result of
a new. law admitting women In Fin
land as members of parliament has lust
been made known. A man committed
suicide and before dying he wrote a
letter to 4 he police statin - that ha
could not stand life any longer.
Hla wife negleced hint and ths homo
and be no longer had enough to eat
His wife Is one of the new members of
Sarllament, who have been so much
liked of In Finland of late. She "Ut
terly neglected her wifely . duties to
give herself up to politics, and she al
lowed her unfortunate husband ant of
her salary aa legislator only a beggarly
t cents a day to live upon.
The husband of the legislatress
thought he could .not imperil his wife's
dignity by going begging, so he com
mitted suicide as the only way out of
tne aunouity. -.,.
? ' IT 'I I III .''W'
KAISER IS BUILDING
SPEEDWAY FQB AUTOS
(Jearaal Special Bsrvles.)" '
Berlin. Aug. 11. The kaiser, who Is
an ardent motorist Is having two tracks
exclusively for automobllea. Constructed
lurougn nia estate ox Bcnorueide.
' He is convinced of the necessity of
special roads for automobllea, separate
from the ordinary highways, and la
therefore spending a huge sum out of
his own private purse on the Schorth
eldo tracks, aa an experiment and an ex
ample, xney win be zi miles in total
length and SO feet broad. The pav
ing will be of cement laid aa smooth
aa a parquette floor. The expense of
tne xraca wiu do very neavy, as It wul
be cut through a forest
MUSIC FESTIVAL WILL
CONTINUE FOE MONTH
Secretary Will Begin His
Otto Campaign During
SPEECH AT COLUMBUS
WILL UE KEYNOTE TALK
Political Addre There to Be Open
Challenge to Foraker Faction-
Leaves Ohio to Invade Missouri
and racirio Coast States. .
(Joaraal Special Ssrvtes.)
Washington, D. C. Aug. 11.
tary Tart returns to Washington today
and will put in about a week dispos
ing of ths accumulated routine business
In his department before starting ' on
his trip west It is probable that he
will depart next Sunday . for Columbus,
Ohio, where he is elated to make a
speech' the following night before the
Buckeye Republican club.
- It la expected that this speech at Co
lumbus will be the keynote of the Taft
campaign and probably the moat Im
portant political address .-of the gum'
mar. It will be aa open challenge to
the Foraker faotlon and a defiance of
their obstructive tactics In Ohio. . The
secretary of war will anawer ths at
tacks on himself in connection with
the tariff revision - question, will de
fend the position of the admlnlatratloa
wth respect to the Brownsvllls affair
and appeal to ths voters as the repre-
sentatlve ox tne policies ox president
After leaving Columbus the next Im
portant stopping place or secretary Taft
will be Louisville, where he has prom
ised to speak tbe following Thursday.
Two days later he will address ths Ke
fiubllcan rally at Oklahoma City, pre
Imlnary to the statehood election. The
next week he will carry the oampalgn
into Missouri, speaking at Joplia and
Springfield. Lincoln, Nebraska, the
home of William 3. Bryan, is next on
the Taft Itinerary. All arrangements
for the trip farther west nave not yet
been completed, but announcement nas
already been made that Secretary Taft
will speak In Denver, Portland. Taooma
and probably several other cities be
fore sailing from Seattle, September 10,
for the Philippines.
. ' Fref erred stock Cannes, 01 so da,
Allan A Lewis' Meat Brand.
may all look alike but
there it a vast difference
are selected, by experts,
from the best tea grown.
Packed, flavor-tight in
dust proof cartons. .
J, A. Foltfar It Co.
sua Wasteisoo .
Iwseete-s of Fiarw Teas
Munich. Aug. It. Many visitors. In
cluding a considerable number of Eng
lish and Americana,' are here for the
freat Richard Wagner and Mosart fes
IvaL which began today and will con
tinue until the middle of September.
Some of the most distinguished Ger
man operatic artlats will be heard and
tha conductors Include Messrs. Felix
Mottl. Frans Fischer, Hugo Kohr and
Bchalk. ;.: , ...-,
' There's nothing so good for a .sore
throat as Dr. Thomas' Eel ec trio OIL
Cures It in a few hours. '. Relieves any
pain in any part
AKES the KIN UK YOU WAkfriT
' v DOES IT III A BlOHEliT
for Face, Keck, Arms
sMid naads, '
:.' -V I!':; It Is aeltlier sttekjr
' sm seaAy.
iltlgtlll S It's harmless, elsew
' aail safiaalillia
Magnolia Cannot he detaetsd.
Tw eolon, Pink aadl
tTee it morning, noon
" v ; and night, Summer,
'''-: :t Winter, Spring, FaU.
Lyoa Haaufaetnting Co.
44 8. Fifth St. Brooklyn, V. x.
foa WOMEN ONLY
Dr. Sanderson's Compound Ssvln
and Cotton Root Pills. The best
and only reliable remedy for DE
LAYED PERIODS. . Cure the
most obstinate cases In I to 10
days. Price f per box, mailed in plain
wrapper. Sold by druggists everywhere.
Address T. t. PIERCE, 101 First street
Free SdiofcrsJi's for Coys an J Girls in
Leading Edncational Institulicns,
Sums of Cash -AJso to Be Distributed Among Induirfous
and Meritorious btuaents wno i'arucipate in
The Journal Educational Contest.
STUDENT! What are yon going to do duHng vacstlonT Have -ou decided what
b.hA.1 1 . 111 Mt tMrf T f not. hoe WOll M . ,rhnU r.kln
ww. va juu will ..- m "- . - -w.w
In one of the following excellent schools suit youf
arm Wlutary Aoadamy for keys, orV
Two scholarships', ons seholarshlo
with board, room, tuition, liundry and
other Items, amounting to $060, Another
scholarship ss a separate prise for tui
tion, value tltO.
t Karys Institute. Beavertoa. Ore.
gon. One scholarship In academic de
partment, including lessons on any in.
strumsot; also board, room, eto. Value
St, Xelea'n Kail. dsV snd tmardlne
School for girls and young ladles, Port
land, Oregon, '.'wo Scholarships, .includ
ing noon meal-
Wkltnaa fli ill .T Warta Wr&Tt&. Wuk
Scholarship . In the Conservatory, of
Muaic. value 1100.
Wlihunstte Vniveraltv. Mmlem. Oraarm.
i wo scnoiarsnips. uno in either college
or preparatory department, value $4i;
the other in the.mualo department.
vaius f luu.
Dallas College, Sallaa. Orawou. Schol.
arshlp In either acadamlo or college de
partment, vaiue to 6B.
Vortlaad Aeadsmy. rortlaad. Osearea.
Day scholarshlD In either oolleae or
acadamlo department . good for . one
year, vaiue uu.' .
ktrs. Walter meed. Portland. Bhmi.
ueacner or voice ana singing. Lieasons
to tne vaiue ox iuv.
KoMlnaviUe . OoUege. MoXlanvtiie.
oregoa. - l wo acuoiarsnips. una in
either aoademlo or college denartraent
value too: one In the department of
muslo, value 000. ,
raoifle University, Yorest Orove, Ore
gon, i wo scnoisrsnips. one asy sohoi-
srsnip in tne acaaemv or oouege, value
060. one scnolarshlpVor a girl with
months' Instruction m muslo; board,
room, etc. In Herrcj Hall, 01 00.
raoifle College, Mewsex". Oreeroa. One
scholarship in either college or acade -ay
department for one school year, $00.
m. Max Mrev. S4A Aides straet. Fort,
taatt, Oregon. One acholarahip good for
ii noura lnstruotioa in arawing. ou or
water color "alntlng or paatel.
touaas' srasiaeas Douesre. rornano.
Oregon. Fo r acholarahlpa; one com
bined scholarship one year, value .100;
one academic or civil service scholar
ship, one year, 1100; choice of either
commercial or shorthand aoholarahlps,
six months. $00; night course, any de
partment, one ear. 100.
Behake-Walltas , Business OoUesrs.
Portland. Oregon. Four scholarships
for II months' combined course, value
100: one scnoisrsnip Tor t moatbr eom
blned course, value 86; one scholar
ahlo for 0 months' course, value 070:
one scholarship for 0 months, either
shorthand or business course, value $00.
Baker city Business College. Baker
City, Oregon. Scholarship good for ope
rear in snorxnana. commercial, Kne
lab. ' cdvertialng and , penmanshlo
courses, value tltf.
xnteraauoaai uorrearoosaenoe Bonoo:
Of Boraatosj, Pa- Tortlaad asreaey S14
KoKay Bldg, BX T. Base, manager. Two
loiaranira; oboks or tvo tuition in
any oi uie numeroua , or helpful
courses except language course or
courses in locomotive running: another
scholarship In the same to ths value !
International Conservatory of Mn
O, B. Sands, manager, paclflo eoast dU
vision, Portland, Orsgoa, . Threa schol
arships; 'he wlnuars to have their
choice of any Of the five different
courses taught by this eonrervatory;
namely, piano, organ, violin, mandolin
and r, itar acholarshlps Include sheet
muslo, all ' truotiona and the atrtngnd
Instrument if stringed instrument
courses are selected.
Oregon Expert College, Portland, Ore.
f ea, O io suholasrhlp In telegraphy and
ypewrltlng. value 070. Another achol
arehlp in telegraphy, typewriting and
stntlon ae- '( work, value tl00.
Portland Business College, Portlaad,
Oregon, A. P. Armitrocg. principal.
Jour scholarships, aa follows: One tor
ll months In combined course, value
1100; one for 0 months In combined
course, value 185; one for 0 months tn
combined course, value 170; one for 0
months tn shorthand or business coursv
vslue $80. j.
Bose City Business OolleggtsoTtlaad, '
Oregon. wo scholarships, of.s'im
blned course for one echool year. V -a
00; one S mon' is' eo'irse in shortba.
or oooKKeenmar, l0.
Capital Baslaess College, Salem, Ore
gon. One scholarship, good fof 10
months' tuition . In either department
Oreaoa Conservatory of Muslo Port.
iuo. vrsgoa. (bourse in -piano with
truction under . L. II
wards, includln- uss of
Xngene Bnslnses OoUege, Bugens Ore
gon. . One scholarship In commercial or
Stenogrsphlo course, value 1100.
Western Academy of sgnolo, BIootm
tioa and Srematlo Art, W. M. Basmns,
prlaolpal, Portland, Oregon, One achol.
arshlp In choice ot vocsl, piano, violin,
mandolin, elocution, oratory and dram
atic art vslue 0200.
Kolmee-Plaaders Privata School, PwrW'
land, Oregon. One scholarship good lor
one year's snecial university prepara
tion, one -year's normal course, or prac
tlcal Lngtlah course for one and ons
half years, valued st 11 SO.
Oregon taw OoUege, Commonwealth
tmlldlng. - Portland, Oregon, Soholsr.
ship In the first two years ot the course
Gillespie School of Bx-nresslon. Para-
land. Oregon. Private and class Instruc
tion to tne vsiue or iiz.
Albany College, Albany, Oregon, Tui
tion for ons school vear in nlLhar
demlo or college department
- Pendleton Business College, Pendleton.
Oregon. Vshie of scholarship 1100.
Marlon Waras parnham. drantalai
reader, teaeh of elocution, oratory audi
dramatlo art, Portland, Oregon, Schol.
arshlp good for lessons to vslue of 1200
uuiomDi . vuversify, roniuo. s
srholarahiD providing for tuition and
dinners on - school days during . the
school vear. commencing In Sentemhar.
Peoino tmivsnity. conservatory af
Mnsio, Poreet drove, Oregon, FranH
Thomas Chapman, director. Two achol.
arehlpa, one valued at 160, one valued at
01O1.IS, in either vocal or lnatrumental
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