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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20, 1921
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and Is absolutely without retouch
ing, and no attempt at "bagglnR"
or ether preparation was made.
She was i loose in tne barn lot
when the snap was taken. The
following outline of her pedigree
is given to show the families that
she traces to:
Bolivia's Tacna-Arica Dis-
pute. to Be PassfiJ on"
HUNGARY NEW APPLICANT!
ST. MAWES IAD
Wants to Join League of Na
tions, Other Countries :
Also in Line
GENEVA, J nly 2 Tho Agen
da of the next tneetiBgbt the A
cembl of the jUeagae of Ifations
to be 'held here September '5" is
not expected -to contain 'any1 new
subject - of - particular importance
though the ' members stllT hare
tima to submit' any subjects they
would like to hate discussed, ; '
Thus far there Is only one Hem
put bn the agenda at the.reqaest
of a member the Aaciui-Arica
dispute, which will be listed t
the request of Bolivia. 1 V
Not many such requests are ex
pected, most of the work-"" that
will come before the popular body
of the League being the outgrowth
of work already begun, such a
disarmament, the International
Court and the continuation of
work that was referred to special
commissions such as the, fight .ag
ainst tha ' white slave traffic, j
against' opium " and for better
transit faculties. '? H
As the wo r It In si ght 4 stands,
the order of business,' with each
modifications as may be made
necessary- by subsequent requests
of members, wlU .be:.. 1 ; : . .
Organization of ' the Assembly ;
reports of special committees ap
pointed at the requesj of the first
assembly, including amendments
to. the .Covenant; -registration of
treaties; the economic blockade
and the .interior1 organization - of
the League; the budget, reports
of the provisional ' technical or
ganizations of the. League includ
ing the financial 'committee's, re
port on the scheme to resuscitate
Austria; election; of 11 Judges for
the lnternatioh court, the reduc
tion of armaments; Bolivia's t re
quest for mediation In the Tacna
Arica dispute; election of four
non-permanent ' members of the
council of the League; admission
Hot new members. v
i .' Hungary Wants irf 1
Hungary is thus far the only
pew applicant for membership but
there are in suspense the previ
ously filed applications of Latvia,
Lithuania,' Ukraine, Azerbaijan,
Georgia, Armenia and"Llchteh-
- Stein. .-'-',!' , r:.- "'.V' ":
It is regarded - as practically
assembly - will be called upon to
pass on the admission of Germany.
No Intimation has been, received
of an intention on the part ! of
Germany to make an application
herself, but several delegations It
is expected will be ready to pro
pose her' taking as an argument
tor admission the tact that the
present German cabinet has shown
Its intention to loyally execute the
country's obligations.; -4v
Germany t is expected to have
the support of Italy, Austria, Bul
garia, Switzerland and' the Scan
dinavian countries as well as that
of some of the ' South American
delegations. ' :" ' '
ILIFF ANIMAL ?
(Continued from page I.);
LAD'S LADY ANN
Record at 1 yr. 9
mo., a Z 6.61 lbs. fat.
be an Interior ancestor some place
iu the family tree. For Instance,
in the fourth ' generation back
there are eight sires and eight
dams represented, a total ot 'If
animals. .- - !
i New Champion Not Freak
I The offspring may partake
largely ot - the qualities of any
one, he they desirable or other
wise. . However, with the majority
of the ancestry of the better sort.
then the possibilities of a desir
able offspring are "increased to
that proportion. : j
St. Mawes Lad's Lady, is not a
freak. She came by her produc
ing-powers by an rights of heri
tage. The American Jersey Cattle
club has set a high standard a
cold -medal class. To be eligible
to this a female must produce not
-less than 700 pounds ot butter fat
in one year and carry a living
call not less than 155 days.
A cold medal bull is one that
has sired not less than three gold
medal daughters from different
dams. In the pedigree of St
Mawes' Lad's Lady are found
nine cold i medal animals In five
generations. Then there are a lot
ot heavy producers 'that are not
In the Immediate . line of ances-
trv For Instance, her dam . is
full .Inter to Lad's Little Pauline
record 941. pounds (gold medal
record ) , world's ; record, Junior; 4-
year-old class A A. Her grand sire
IS lull Dromer o uwuch ivvvj
St. Mawes, andL h sired , Poppy':
Dortha. 993 . Doundf, tbe worjd
record 3-year-old. - So- it will, be
soen that her producing -ability. la
not a matter of cnance.
XXrelec-t AvoidI "!
Of course-her care and reeding
has not ' been neglected,'" but' no
cnAcial conditions have surrouna
cd,hor." She has had , box stall
n (ho ham 'her feed hs consisted
of the usual feeds grown on the
farm together with dairy feeds or
fiinarUv on the markets.
She was bred by a. G. Hewitt
of Monmouth, Ore.,.and:old at
onrtion . with this. herd, June iv
19 20. She was purchased by
Harry D. Iliff of Independence.
Illff IIms Good Herd.
Mr. illff owns a farm about
two miles south of Independence
and has a small herd of pure' bred
cattle, including several half sis
ters ot Lady's. Mr. Illff has-personally
milked and cared for this
), during her tesi. ine picture
by Lulu Alphea of Ashburn, also
an Oregon 'cow, with 800. OS
pounds. The best junior 2-year-ofd
record is that oX an Oregon
cow, pearly Exile of St. Lambert,
wjth 816.10 pounds. This last
cow was owned by Walter Domes
1'oppy'n Kt. Mawc
Cold Medal bull.
fit. Mawes Beauty
293047 . . .".
Cold Medal cow.
Record 824 lbs.
Rinda Lnd of 8. D.
Gold Medal bull.
Mistletoe Mclla Ann
Record S92.78 lbs.
fat. Dam of 2 In R.
fRoeaire' Olga Lad
Gold Medal bull.
St. Mawes Poppy
('old Medal cow.
Record, 952.38 lb3.
fat. Daughter of St.
Mawes, a Gold Medal
Jlowaire uiga iau
Gold Medal bull.
St. Mawes Susy 219001
Gold Medal cow.
Daughter of St.
Mawes, a Gold Medal
Gertie's Lad 2O050
Son of Ro&aire's
Rinda Sunny Rank
f Mistletoe Pojrls 73371
Son ot Gertie's Stoke
Pogis 56492 , ....
Governor's Olga Ann
Daughter of Gov
RflflMU miimnrn 1
IN TJX SCALE j ; "
FIRST NEW YORK TRAIN MAKES TRIP TO CHICAGO.
Fifty Alterations to Schedule
Accepted by Republi
cans After Scrap
DEFINE FOREIGN TRADE
Apparently Satisfies Both
. Parties, Eleven G.O.P.
St. Mawes' Lad the sire ot this
latest champion cow, was bred by
3d Cary of Calton, Oh, and sold
to G. G. Hewitt and later bold to
3. J. McKee of Independence.
' ' In The Blood
It Is a rather notable fact that
Mr. McKee. who started a num
ber oU. years ago to bV?d up a
Champion herd from grade stock,
succeeded admirably in his ambi
tion; but then found that, despite
their individual merit, they had
no ticket to the real "inside" or
livestock. Then he decided to
clear out bis grade animals, and
he bought some of this and other
Mr. Hewitt, . who has oeen
breeding champion Jerseys for a
number of years, bought a calf
from the famous Harry west rarm
at'Scappoose, that developed into
the gold medal bull tinaa a
of 8. B., grandsire of the new
champion St. Mawes' Lad's Lady.
Mr. Hewitt started with three
well-bred cows and by caretul se
lection and indefatigable atten
tion to feeding and - eare,! nas
brought' up these champions and
other potential champions that.
are still In his herd.-
. Can't Keep Out
A year aao he deckled to lease
his farm and quit the cattle busi
ness, so he sold out pracucauy
everything but what he carries
under his nat. Tne tenant on ms
tarm wished to keep only aheep.
and two or three cheap grade
cows. But the lure of the past
and future possible cnampioa-
shipS' soon 5 overcame every
thought Of WOOl ana ireeauui
from. the muting pnnciuaiuy, a"a
the Hewitt farm is again to blos
som out as a Jersey center, air.
nwttt has x full brother ot this
lta champion cow. as the head
nf the herd ha expects to build.
On such stock a ' conscientious
dairyman rugbt to nuud cnam-
clonShlPS Wltnoui numuer,
Thn Rlndl Ltd' family naa
Wn noted for sturdlness ana
trith. It has the ail tne ne-
nest necessary for championships,
though not the aamiy pnuwu
Kaantv of some Otner iruo.
Members ot the lamuy are e.
strong animals, admirawy aaapv
m,A fnr monev-maaers aau cj
day farm use.l and they promise
w Vnai flVA,
to set many new mru
gon Jerseys. T
St.1 Mawes' Lad's Lady is a fawn
Jersey. - She iooks mucn nae
To TTranre. the rreatesi Jersey
cow Of any age or-anr time, i n
year's, test was under, tne auspi
ces of the American jeraey vnuo
club, supervised by the stocs: ex
nrt of Oreeon Agricultural coi
lege. It began four days after
Harrv Illff. the present owner.
paid $625 for; her when she was
20 months old. He knew her
breeding, however, and -the value
of eentle blood: 'also h Knew the
alue of nerslstent 1 work.' Dur
lng this year's test he hat milked
the cow. at irrsl Twice a aay
then three tiroes dally, and then
when the increasing milk flow In
dicated . the coming ot a world s
chamIOnr tour ' times' a 'day a
6:20, 12:20. 6:20 and 12:20.
v Nb Mllktnz Miased.
Incidentally." he has not missed
a single milking on his farm for
over two years. This regularity
and constant care are part of
championship. Incidentally, Dean
Cromwell of Salem the trainer
of Charlie Paddock; the world s
most wonderful' sprinter, said re;
centlv that. -"I -can. take almost
any group -ot-boys that are not
deformed or deficient, ana mane
of them I champions If they will
only follow my Instructions and
rare!'1 That doesn't depreciat
the value of' good breeding, but
it does . take up . the . importance
ot.; intelligent care as a prime
factor ; Inj any,- sort, of champion
ship.' - - '- ' ' .
3reatest Heifers Near Salem
It, Is Interesting to note that
th Inn lor Mersey championship
has been in'Oregon property for
several years. It used to be held
bv an eastern heller. Lucky
Farcer Then it came to -Oregon
Iwn -veara aro. beine won by oil
Tr rnilmea' Gwendola. with 644
pounds of butterfat In a year
of McCoy, 12 miles west ot Sa
The test for the year was made
by Oregon Agricultural college
experts. They spent two days of
each, month on the Iliff farm,,
checking andL weighing the milk
and its fat content, and they have
the milking records from every
milking time to check over. The
formal official acceptance of the
figures by the A. J. C. C. may
take some days, or even weeks.
but the figures themselves are
now made public as perfcetly au
thenticated, and as constituting
perhaps the most wonderful
achievement in milk-cow develop
ment in the history of dairying.
thowa was taken about August 5, This wa smashed two years ago
IS HIIIG Ef
Sessions at Quainaby Park
Will Come to Conclusion
QUINABY, Or., Aug. 19. (Spe
cial to The Statesman.) 'From
the. sunrise prayer meeting until
the Jast weeping jsfnner 'leaves
the mourner's bench at night,
there is "something doing" at
the Quinaby camp meeting that is
drawing to a successful close. On
Saturday afternoon the big feat
ure will he an address by Mrs.
Ethel Plummer Schreiber, a re
turned missionary from India, and
she will also tell how much joy
a few pictures, toys or wifts of
any nature gives when put in the
missionary box that is 'to be
packed for foreign lands at the
Sunday evening will witness the
closing of the encampment, and
the following will be the order
of service for Saturday afternoon
and Sunday, at which time special
preparation will be made to take
cafe of the crowds. The Electric
cars stop at the grounds and there
is a boarding house, but many
prefer to bring lunches and re
main all day:
Convention of Woman's Mis
sionary society Saturday after
noon. 2 p. m., devotional, Mrs. F. E
Duet. Mrs. Laura Goode and
Mrs. Grace Sllcher.
Address, Mrs. J. W. Thompson,
Lock Haven, Pa.
"Gold Medal Contest," Union-
vale Mission band.
' Address, Mrs. Ethel. Plummer
Schrieber, returned missionary
' Solo, Prof. II. H. Dunkelberg
er, Portland. Offering for our
foreign orphanage building. Sing
lng. - Benediction.
7:30 p. m., devotional, Mrs. J
W. Thompson. .
Chorus by Clear Lake Y. P
Address, Rev. J. W. Thompson
Solo, Mrs. Laura Goode,
Offering. Singing. Benediction
Sunday, Aug. 21.
. 7.a.m... worship. . . -
' 9:30 a. m., song and praise,
Rev.' srM: Wood. , ,T
10 a. mM Sunday school, L. L
11a. m.', sermon, Rev. J. W,
Tnompson, - , - i
; l;30 p.-mv. children's meeting
Rev, s. s. Mumey.
?:S0 p,' m.", sermon, Rev. A. W.
1 p. m.. Christian Endeavor
Mrs. CJ A. Hoyt.
8. p. m., sermon, Rev. E. C
Numerous youths are practicing
up to succeed Enrico Caruso as
the. premier song bird of the
world.'. It Is only , a question of
their . vocal cords, epiglottis, re
sonance chamber, palate, uvula
and a few other things that go to
1 the make-up ot a singer. -
WASHINGTON, Auj.. 19.
More than half a hundred amend
ments to the Republican tax bill,
most of tbem oi minor impor
tance, were accepted today by the
house in a fne-hour session mark
ed by occasional clashes between
the majority and minority and a
renewal of the personal contro
versy between Chairman J'ordney
of the ways and means committee
and Representative Byrnes, Dem
ocrat, South Carolina.
A number of other changes in
the bill, including elimination of
the provisions for a five per ceni
tax on the manufacturers of pro
prietary medicine, tooth powder
and paste and mouth washes and
a reduction in the tax on cereal
beverages from six to lour cents
a gallon, are expected to be pro
posed tomorrow by the ways and
means committee 'before the meas
ure is passed late in the day.
Leadciy I nitetl
Republicans and Democrats of
the house were a unit today in ap
proving an amendment striking
out the section ot the bill impos
ing an annual license tax of $10
on vendors of soft drinks. ..On a
few other changes there were
sharp divisions, but many of the
minor ones merely changing lan
guage or punctuations were put
through without a single member
on either side voting on the "yea"
and "nay" calls. All of the com
mittee chanages proposed- were
No Tax on Charity
Under one amendment approv
ed over Democratic opposition,
corporations making gifts for
charitable purposes would be re
lieved from tax on such sums un
less they exceeded five per cent
of the net income of the donating
company. The big fight of the day
was over the amendment defining
as foreign trade corporations such
domestic corporations as derive
50 per cent or more of their gross
income from the active conduct of
business-outside the United States
8nd, similarly, as foreign traders
those American citizens who de
rive 80 per cent or more of their
gross income from sources outside
The Democrats claimed this pro
posal was a discrimination against
purely domestic corporations in
the matter of taxes. . The Repub
licans defended it on the ground
it was necessary to relieve for
eign trade corporations and for
eign traders from taxation on in
come received from sources out
A . ...
siae tne country in oraer mat tnov
might compete with foreign con
.The amendment was adopted.
103 to 85, 11 Republicans joininp
in the negative vote.
; i -:; '"l'".'M ,-.';r;
Would Limit inicrciiuii&c v,
Ideas of Life Between j;..
Two Nations" ' j .
In celebration of its ninetieth birthday, & Dj Witt Clinton of the New York Central Rallraad.
which was the first train operated in the State of New York, was put under steam to make a trip to Chi
cago. The train is capable of making' seven miles an hor.r. and it h is only seventy pounds of pressure on
its engine. The photo shows ths train, of r.ir.y rears p::o lt, cue tf to-dnv.
ACTIVITIES OF SHERIDAN PEOPLE
SHERIDAN. Or , Aug.
(Special to The Statesman! !
L. Potter, stricken suddenly !y ;
paralysis, '.s reported oettcr al
though stil! seriously ill, at his
home in tho north part of town.
Miss Lois Turner is visitins
with her parents, Mr. and -Mrs.
Tom Turner, for the week. Miss
Turner has, a position in tne
Woodard-Clarke drug Ktore iu
Dr. and Mrs. R. O. Pray and
Mrs. Pray's mother, Mrs. Andrew
Hewley. lefti Wednesday morning
for Marshfield, where the doctor
will attend the annual state con
vention of the Klks. They are
making the trip by auto and ex
pect to return here about August
An added victim to the lure ot
vacation is Henry Smith, mana
ger of the Miller Mcrcant le com
pany here who If ft yesterday, ac
companied by his wife for no(l
Ri'er, the latter's former i.om.
There a partv will be former!
which will start the first of next
week for Crater Lake.
The call of the "Elk was too
strong for Roy Faulconer ami
Charles Hill who loft Wednesday
; perform road work and paid on
; a. monthly basis, will" compute
their salaries on the ba?i? ot 243
I hours a month instead ol the prcs-
em .b.i nours. witn no overtime
" " " " ' " ' - - i j j allowed for hours worked in 'ex
night for McMinnville, there toi ces oi eight per day a.nd no time
catch the special Klks trnin 1 rom , deducted for less than eight hours
that place, hound for th state', work unless the employe lays off
convention -it Mars-hiehl. large i on a,s own accord.
number of McMinnville I'iks will
mske the trip.
R li. Stou? and wife, kft tlrs
morning for Rockav.-ay wiiei-f?
they v.ill sofMid ;i short vacation.
They will return via Pottlan:!
stepping at the horn? of Mr.
Stone's pavent'? in that city.
(Continued from pa;re 1.)
four hours instead of five hours
under exi-ting rults.
Employes called one hour or
icss before their r f's'ar time will
bo paid time and one half for the
overtime, insread rf the present
five hours allowance.
Men called away fr-m home wilt
not bo allowed overtime for hours
spent flee)in, provided they re
ceive at least five .hours reli'jf
o't of every 2 4.
Employ (:.- rerrularlv nsfiKnod to
Western Golfer Goes
To Cleveland Session
TACOM.V. Wash., Aug.
Neil Christian, a younn: protes
pional who made a remarkable
record on Taeoma ftlf links this
yrar, will take" part in the west
ern open polf tiHirnament et
Cleveland till month. Local golf
er.thush'.sts have ra'sed a purno
to serd Christian to the :!. U:St.
('hriitian this year turned iro-fr.-i.cit.nal
and became a polf in
structor at thp municipal links.
He hnr, nindo some exceptional
"cards" on the courses here.
While at Washington Tx)rd
?v'ortheliffe culled upon President
Harding and no doubt got some
valuable pointers on how to run
a country newspaper like the Mar
-ls Statesman Claslfiol Ad
LONDON. Aug, 9,tA lt
protesting against the PW,
American import tax upon tlbtlon
nocture .Mm' as 'roa'1?,
detrimenUl to the; in "n,fU?ni
exchange o ideaa vt U'Q
peared m a recentl issui? or, ;
London Times slgnld by, ISM:
tish rilm prodacctJ wto
&1 their inaturesto thj letvr
as members of the Btlsa 1'ro;
duccrs" committee pi the inpr
poratcd sssoctation -pi Klnemrto
graph Mahufaclure. . -
Th itter! declarell that if "r1-
tisa manufacturers re to b!"1
tirely debarred :rorn iuiiv-
scenes ot English life to the Pe
Ple of America 'fhere can h ho
oollon brt to prevent the pr ct -cally
free importation ot Anieri
can films into this counlry."
The letter notes that 30 per
cent ad valorem, duty is . bjs?t
upon the cost, of W" 'oJ,.?!
similar Vort la the United Htatvs
asserting at the saioe time tnat
the cost of production li;dmitr
tedlr about five: tiuca .a$ heavy
there as la. England. . I
The writers say that about
p-r cent of .the Hlnis Bhawit on
Rrltlsh screens ere vi
origin. - t
Warsaw Legion Opposes
Commercial Use' of Flag
WARSAW, Aug. 4 A rotola
tion of protest agalust uQ of the
American fiag for adigertlslns; pur
poses has been adopted by th?
.Warsaw chapter of the "American
legion, department 1 of Poland.
Members took. this '.:acUon kltur.
attention had been Called- ttt ttse
of the Hag by, some, Warsaw mer
chants in their display windows to
advertise American goods. - I
Legion ' reprosentatlves, called
upon Major E. E. Farinah, imili
tary attache, who said the Ameri
can authorities here tvere power
less to take any action. , Members
of the legion now 'propose to1 Call
personally upon the merchants
and explain that display of the
American fiag is not permitted la
the United States roricommerclal
purposes olid make a roqnestfth.it
1 1 n Ka A i inn rvt i n m r1 !
With tho X-ray working all
right there is but littlo privacy
i!nK( dayr,. I I
OTHER BIG PRIZES,
Totaling $510.00, Casli
Two Fastest Heats of Seas
on by 2-Year-0!d Trot
ted at Narberth
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 19.
The two fastest heats in a race
by a two-year-old this season was
trotted today at the third day:s
races of the grand circuit meet
ing at Narberth. Helen Dillon,
by Dillon Axworthy, owned by A.
B. Coxe of Paoli, Pa., and driven
by Joe Sernll, won the William
Pen n stake of $2000 and stepped
heats in 2:124 and 2:12. She
won both heats handily, coming
through the stretch with a fine
burst of speed and with plenty
The Holmes stake of $1000 for
2:05 pacers went to Lillian S
driven by Thornton. The mare
took the second and third heats
after finishing fourth to Julia
Direct, which was the favorite.
Lillian S equalled her record of
2:04V In the second heat.
Greywdrthy, owned by Sanford
Small of Hoston and drfvenby
Walter Cox, hung up a new rec
ord for the Winoga stake, step
ping the second and third heats
in 2:05,i and winning the race
in three straight heats. The for
mer record of 2:03H was mad?
by June Red in 1!1S. There were
nine starters and Greyworthy
came away from the, three-quarter
pole and won in a drive iu
all three heats. Emma Harves
ter, which the Good Times stables
Of Goshen. N. Y., bought last
week for $20,000, placed second.
This contest was divided into
three races the stake of $3000
being split into three $1000
urses, and an extra $100 was pre
sented to the driver of the win
ner. The E. T. Stotesbury cup
also went to the winning horse.
Tommy Murphy scored his first
victory of the meeting today,
landing first money in tho dash
race with Princess Nadena. Thj
meeting will rlose tomorrow.
Best time: Two year old trot.
William Tenn slake, 2:12!4:
trotting, Winoga dashes, 2:05
2:03 pacing, 2:04; 2:1D trot
ting, 2:?0. .
Read The Gassified Ads.
Ng real chip
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Had low rice
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KKNG 1 1SGENS.
OAID ht rret Mori Producer, Cear B.
VJ DeMilW. to bill hated riTl, Mori Pro
ducer CTid Warkfield Griffin, "I have
j 1 sofsged fotxr of the kremtest iToTinj
J-tetnre .Star in Amrrica fir my next his
iT.'inS Picture Play." Of course this trade
iSriffm an fry because lie liics to be the
greatest of all the trest Morie Prodncers and
tried his best to persuade DeMiller to tell
Vra the names of the great Movie Stars. Jott
t tsntalize him, Csar 3. DeMitler save
th1 Varkfield Oiitfin icvr ,-ecret codes
4.yretentsDf; Oie nka of t!e four UoTie
b;rs e had engaged tnd told him that if he
brains enoogh to tisorer tte aamei from
taeas secret cdes he dcssred to inow them.
t wa Ao nnh of a puult for Griffin so it
is said he called ia 3cotland Trd ar.d offered
them a thousand dollsn if Aej xnd dis
cover the rsmes for b-m from the four uf-rat
codes that De5Iillr had een him Th,
was an easy job for the p-eat Scotland Yard
JJittectire orce, and ia less tbsn an hour
they aad the foor Bme. They gar the
names to Cnffin and also pave him their sys
"" cr working oat their clues.
HEBE IS THE WAT THET VTD IT.
"Tfi easy," said Chief of 1fitectiTr
O'FIvnn. "I hsve worked oat fonr sans
which yoa see stceaih ch sue of th lonr
"Add cp LHeso fovr sums aad your totals
Cive you the foor clues to the feur names.
"Yon fo about it this wsy. Each secret
code has ten letters to it. Xach letter repre
sents a number. The. first letter of the eode
represents 1. the second letter represents J,
the third letter represents 3, and so oa. The
tenth letter in each coda represents tha cisher
0 inntead of 10.
"Each sum, as you see, testead of Bombers
is made ud ef letters, but it eaatains ealy tha
letter that are contained is th cds absrs
"Sow chance the letters of each son Intu
their equiTaleot numbers, according to the
coda sbore, patting them down has by line
from left to riSht eisctly as the letter.; for
instance, tha first letter of tha first aam la N
S aa yoo will aee ia tne first letlar of tho
- " " ' atua an wareiara two-
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re,enta anrnber 1. H, tha aaomd letter la
tta first line af tha jfu-a sum is th eiehtk
letter in the coda aboee it, Uarefurs U rao
rasenu anmber 8.
"After yoa hare ehaaged arery letter at
the earn into a number, add wp tha sem las
exactly aa you woald any other aunt af fl
nres, and the total that yoa ret girna tm
'0,Iue to 1B f th MoTla 8tra,
-..X1"? wo"k oat 5rr thia way
Begwning a tha left-band aids of tha
vi jbw anm cnaaga aaeH firm f ,w.
total back to its letter aa represented ia til
aecret cde abora tha f B,uiV "r
"t"."00 th,t tint f th total '
of the first sum u 7. Tha lettar O U tha "
serenth letter ia tha eada .kJ... X
al Kava iv. m-
um, therefor tha first latter mrUeVtJ w
yaw total ia letter C. Now cha.Ti lrV ,uij
wiJl have tha nam ( tea Maria rm
ented by tbat.u." , Iff W
TfcU is nat aa easy Prabtasa. bat pat!,
and persaTeranca aaay find ya the ai-iTS
the great Veri Stara. For tha l,w
aabBUtod wiU par U IsQn1
Tan rrftt rmtmt u j.,.
T" Statesms, PnblUhing Co, Biem, Orl
'.'M( th. rgt and best knowi pnb
lmhing booses in Oregon, ThU is your
guarantee that th. , prises will be awarded
?-i AJll Unrs nd 'enes to you
and arery other cntentant. Frankly it ia
ri r iBtrodu' P-HficVomesUad!
SS-ii f ?arra and The
?VT? . FouJH'y Jojiraa:, tb. leading poul
try magasina of the Paeifie Korthwest Tou
r I W1" b whether
IZZtiV?. n0'b' either of these pob-i-f.'i.fv
or , "d moreover, yon win
Z "W" take these
IshT.M iJ,T"Tk! Pme5fie Homestead
II' ,b Trr7 lrg. number of readers
Yhe Northwest Poultry Joomal is T also Ve7r
r.1,.Td "d M the, lr"t crrcnlaUon of
any maganne in iu class pnbdiahsd ia the
J'.cifte Northwest. But tmr mMto V. one of
amagaziu h, ,ery hanie. Wa wit rot?e
readers to become actaaiatcd with thes
4ckwledr.',ti0, TlwfoU, -wta. w.
actaowledge year entry to the uhimi . T
yu knaw year atandiig Yar Ua nrites. w.
ah.n aead y.a waboot cost " cop" It Zt
iZJJZJ7, .1 jndgine and
. j wu um ing IB'
trodortKW plan by showing yamr ewplea to
jost four friends or aeijrhbora, st wil! JZ
prciate Ueae really worth wbOa aiacaaiMa
and want the to come to tbem regaiar--two
readers U Th Pacifie Hawetea4
tw reader to Tha KorthwtJT??
nal, er any other comb nation ym, irt.
make fonr. You will eaaily fninrfthi. aiu
condition in a few m mo tea ef yonr spar tiaaeT
and w. w,U eren send copies to awcTaf VJ5
frieads if yoa. wuh,
EOW TO EEHD TOU BOLTTTIOIia.
Use cn!y one side of tht paper that m.
tains n.m , of the Mori. StlSd"
name and addrwa (stating Mr, iira. or V..7T
in the epper right-hand oorscr. If ran kk
to writ. anTthing but yon awei J .
separate sheet of paper. "
fhrea independent judge., barrag a. cew
cuon. whatever wtb thia firm, will a-aS
f'--; answers gatntna sso
pointa wli take the Pnt Priz Yoi wilt
pe points tor erery naree conmlet ..
rectly. 40 pitts wttl be awardToVrlnc
neatness, style, spellg. pseott er ,o
2f'n. for handling, d 100 potau for
folfUhrg the conditions af the eatet fi
testanut mnst agre t abida by taTdaei
f tbe jndgea. weJOi
The -oateet will close at 5 a ta v..
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