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TEE MORNDJG OBEGONIAN, MODAYIAKCH . 20, 1905..
PPED BY FIRE
Ten Rescuers Slain in
West Virginia Mine.
'EXPLOSION SHAKES KILL
-Twin Flames From Dr Mouths
, : light Sky for Miles.
TWENTY-FOUR ARE NOW DEAD
Everything Under Ground That Was
ilot 'Blown Out- Was Ignited
- When the Fire Touched
CHARLESTON. "W.. Va., March IS. As.
k result of the horrible explosion In the '
Hush Run and Red Ash mines, near
Thurmond, last night, 24 men now He
dead In the two mines.
Ten of those were killed In the explo
sion Saturday night, and the other 3
"were a rescuing party, who entered the
mlne this morning to take from tho mines
the bodies of their fellow-workmen.
These latter were killed by a second ex
plosion and the afterdamp.
Tho first explosion seemed to shake the
foundation of the mountains, and the
angry flash from the two neighboring
drift mouths lighted up the heavens for
miles around. Soon from the mining vil
lages for several miles up and down the
river hundreds of people rushed to the
ecene of the disaster.
The first explosion, was caused by a
naked flame coming in contact with the
ftas. The flames leaped from the different
mouths and set Are to everything In the
mines which was not blown out by the
lorce of the explosion. The great drum,
by which the cars are run from the drift
mouth down the incline to the topple and
the empties' drawn up, was blown from Its
Tnnnrlnfrfi anil flnnn tho TnoTintainsW 600
feet, and the drumhouse caught fire and
was totally consumed.
The cars that stood at the mouth of the
mine were blown far down toward tho
tipple, and much of the track of the In
cline was destroyed, the rails twisted
and the crosstics whipped from their beds
in the ballast and sent scorched and
charred many" yards away.
Rescuers Carry Naked Light.
A rescue party was formed, and about
20 men entered the mine in search of the
bodies of those who had perlehed at- the
first explosion. The men explored the
mines for about two or three hours, put
ting up brattices, so that pure air would
follow them wherever they went.
Finally some of them came out and re
ported that the others were too careless
in going forward faster than good air
was being supplied, carrying at the same
time a naked light. At 3:45 another aw
ful explosion occurred, caused by the gas
coming in contact with the naked flame
of a miner's lamp, and 14 men perished.
Mine Inspector Edward Pinckney arrived
on the ground today and took charge of
the rescue work. The second explosion
again damaged the fan, and Mr. Pinck
ney will allow no one to enter the mine
until it Is working properly and a draft
of fresh air Is running through the mine.
"When this Is done he will lead the rescue
List of the Lost Rescuers.
The names of the band who lost their,
lives in a vain attempt to get possession
of the bodies of those who perished In
the first explosion are as follows:
COCKET HUTCUINGSOX. machinist. Boyd
nuivni-xijcu, miner, ooja uiun
NORMAN HUTCHINGSO.V. miner. Boyd
THOMAS BAN'NISTOX. Are bow, and an
officer of th National Mtneworkers" Union,
Fayette- County. Weel Virginia.
CHARLES TVTXJC, miner, Fayette County.
JAM US WTNX. miner. Fayette County.
BRATT JACKSON, mine dobs, Loulria, Ky.
GEORGE HOPKINS, track boss. Maiden,
HENDERSON MORDLET. Fayette County.
E. TV. HINSON, trackman. Amherst. "VV. Va.
The names of those who lost their lives
last night will not be known until the
books of the operators are checked, and
then even it will be Impossible to Identify
PLUNGE OVER A HIGH BANK
Erie Train Meets Accident While
Running Sixty Miles an Hour.
HAMlf&ND. IniL. March 10. Erie
Railroad train No. 7, known as Pacific
Express, while running at the rate of
CO miles an hour near Winfleld station
this morning, plunged Jown a 20-foot
embankment. Injuring 12 people, two of
woom may ule.
The wreck was caused by the auxil
iary reservoir under the engine cab
cropping Into a switch frog, which
aaught the front trucks of the tender.
The engine remained on the track, but
elx cars toppled over and rolled down
-the 'embankment. Engineer Walnibe
and Fireman Gorman remained on the
engine and escaped injury. The serf
Mr. H. Calr. Chicago; Internally injured;
Morton Schaniig. Chicago; badly hurt about
C H. 'Williams, baggageman. Marten, O.;
kcalp cut and internal Injuries.
Jfcwph Mojack. Everett, Minn.; spine la
3urt. internally hurt; may die.
John Stvanbon, Hegewisch. lit.; right arm
Building Wails Collapse.
,NEW YORK. March 19. Two six
tory buildings under construction on
One Hundred and Thirty-fifth street
collapsed today, the rear walls from
roof to ceiling falling. There were eight
buildings In a row on One Hundred and
Thirty-fifth street, and it is feared that
"the six remaining ones may also col
lapse. Mrs. Ralph D. Shelley.
HOOD RJVER. Or.. March 19. Special.)
-Pneumonia hastened the death of Mrs.
"Ralph D. Sholley at Odcll this morning.
2rs. Shelley was "born in Unalaska. where
her parenjif'Mr. and ''Mrs. Newman, re-
Eide. She was years old, and left two
children. Her husband Is the son of Ros
weli Shelley, of this place, a. well-known
TTUiVEKSITY IS GROWING PAST
All of Appropriation Is Necessary for
.UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eugene.
March 19. (Special.) When asked as to
what the attitude of the university Is
toward the probable invoking of the ref
erendum. President P. L.. Campbell said:
"Thus far the State University has not
entered into the general discussion as to
the good or eil effectn'of the referendum
if it be invoked concerning the educa
tional appropriation bill, we have said
nothing for the simple reason that we
axe wllllnir to abide by the final decision
of the people regarding the growth of
their state Institutions.
"As far as the university Is concerned,
I am forced to say that the appropriation
of $52,500 can be Judiciously expended.
Due to the rapid Increase In enrollment
i there is a growing demand for more class -I
rooms and more equipment in the re
1 spective departments. Another large
building Is also needed, partly for class
rooms, but primarily for the library, that
Is now crowded in the dormitory-rooms,
which are needed for the accommodation
t "If the action of the people annuls the
appropriation as made by tho Legisla
ture, the university can continue its work,
but not so effectively as It could -with
another building and more equipment
generally. As a matter of fact the Uni
versity of Oregon has reached that stigo
in its development where more funds are
necessary for its growth. Slowly but
gradually the people of Oregon have de
veloped" their educational institutions and
have founded the basis for a great uni
versity. If the several colleges of the
state are to advance it will necessitate
the expenditure of public money. None of
the state institutions have received suf
ficient endowments to insure their main
tenance and if the appropriations cease
the work must nd."
FATAL SHOOTING ON BOSTON
Small Colored Man Kills Comrade
Vho Had Been Nagging Him.
VALL.EJO, Cal.. March 19. (Growing
out of a trivial quarrel botween two col
ored persons, a murder was committed on
the United States cruiser Boston this
morning, and James A. Cooper Is now in
jail here, charged with shooting A. Dor
sett to death.
Before the men arose. Dorset t, it is said,
began nagging Cooper, who is a small
man, and the trouble was renewed when
the men went to the messroom to pre
pare for breakfast. lieutenant Miller,
executive officer of the ship, hearing a
disturbance, entered the room, where he
raw Cooper bending over Dorsett, who
was lying on the floor.
Lieutenant Miller thought Cooper had a
knife In one hand, and hastened toward
them. He was too late, however, for
Cooper quickly fired three bullets into
Dorsett, who died in a few minutes. Coop
er was at once placed in irons and brought
here, as the case Is a civil one, the Bos
ton being at anchor.
Cooper says he acted in self-cdefense, as
he thought Dorsett about to attack him
with a rar.or. After the first quarrel
Cooper took a rcvolver'from the room of
SALE OF A BISCUIT COMPANY
Pacific Concern Negotiating for the
American Plant at Bay City.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 19. (Special.)
Negotiations arc in progress for the sale
of the American Biscuit Company, of this
city, to the Pacific Coast Biscuit Com
pany, which controls the majority of the
big cracker bakeries on this Coast. The
American Biscuit Company is the largest
concern of Its kind In San Francisco.
"It is not true," said President Dunn,
of the American Company, "that the sale
has been completed. It is likely to be In
the course of tho coming month."
The Pacific Coast Biscuit Company has
factories in Portland, Seattle. Los Ange
les and Spokane, but as yet none in San
Francisco. Tho output of the American
Biscuit Company may be eald roughly to
be 51.000.000 a year. The company has
paid dividends regularly. Dunn would not
say what price was asked for the prop
erty and plant.
Falls Fifty Feet and Will Live
KELSO. "Wash., March 19. Special.)
"William Mitchell was seriously but not
fatally injured by falling from the room
of the school building late Saturday af
ternoon, a fall of about E0 feet.
He was assisting In the erection of i
flagpole on the cupola of the building and
the pole, which was hinged to the build
ing, fell, knocking him from the roof.
dislocating one elbow, one ankle and
otherwise bruising him. He was carried
to his home but a few blocks away, where
he was attended by physicians.
Murder Over Pile of Fertilizer.
V1SALIA. Cal.. March 19. A. J. Smith.
of De Kalb County, Alabama, was arrest
od here today by Sheriff Collins for the
killing of- James Roeb.uck, December 27,
1904. in Alabama. Smith admits that he
shot Roebuck, but alleges self-defense.
The shooting was caused by a dispute over
the ownership of a pile of manure.
Baptism in the Columbia.
KALAMA, Wash.. March 19. (Special.)
After the close of the morning services
at the Methodist Episcopal Church today
the congregation repaired to the Columbia
River whore William Wingfleld was bap
tized by immersion. Rev. J. M. Temple.
pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
Cow Ordinance After Many Years.
ABERDEEN. "Wash.. March 19. fSpe
ciaL) Aberdeen's Common Council has
passed a cow ordinance after attempts
of tho people for ten years to secure
the passage of such a measure.
HAWAIIAN F0BESTS BURNING
Wireless Telegraph Brings Word of
Danger to Cattle.
HONOLULU. March 19. It Is re
ported by wireless telegraph that.
.forest fire is burning at the Olaa home
steads, Hawaii. A forest fire is also
raging at Wahiahwa. this island, and
is. visible from Honolulu.
The fires do not threaten the can
fields, but valuable forests and the cat
tie of Hawaii are in danger.
Domestic and Foreign Forts.
ASTORIA. March IP. Arrived at S:f A. M.
and left up at 3:15 A. M. United States fCram
r, Buferd. from San Francisco. Arrived down
at 9:50 A. M. Schooner Alexander. Arrived at
10:25 A. M. German ship Henrlette. from Ant
werp, by "way of Port Ics Angeles. Left up
at 11:15 Schooners Churchill and Alexander
Brown. Arrived down at 12 noon and sailed.
at 1:30 p. M. steamer Asuncion, far San Franl
Cisco. Amrrc ai i-M tr. jl. cieamer- uaor.
rrora Tillamook. Arrived at 4 P. Jt and left
up at T P. M. Steamer Bee. from San Fran
cisco. Outride at S P. M. Steamer TVfclttler
and barge Santa Paula, rrom San Frascleco.
Condition of the bar at S P. M., moderate;
wind southeast; weather cloudy.
San Francisco. Mareh IB. Sailed at noon
Scltooners Eric and Mabel Gale, for Portland.
Arrived Schooner Csarlna, from Pirate Cove;
K earner .Homer, from Gray's Harbor. Sailed
Ship Star of Frace, for Port Town end; steamer
JJetesr. for Ccmox; schooner Slakeley. for Port
Blakeicy; schooner Annie E. Small, for Gray's
lyonion. "a'mh 15. Arrived Abyfios from
San 'Francisco, via Central and South American
porta and Hamburg.
'anama Commission Denies
Charges in Detail.
NOT TO BLAME FOR FEVER
Plan if Organization Is Working Out
Well in the Undertaking of
the"Great Enterprise on
"WASHINGTON. March 19.-The Panama
Canal Commission has prepared and filed
with the Secretary of war a reply to crit
icisms made on Its conduct of affairs on
the Isthmus of Panama by Dr. C. A. L.
Reed. In a letter to the Secretary dated
March 2. The charges are considered In
detail. Taking up Dr. Reed's criticisms of
the organisation of the health department,
the Commission says:
Dr. Reed's assertion that such a plan
FREE TRADE REPUBLICAN FOR WHOM FUTURE
Brak r J 3 vtoS?1 ''-VssLssSSSHHsssssI
EUGENE T. POSS, OF BOSTON.
Eugene V. Fees, of Boston, the president of one of the largest manufacturing
establishment In the United States, a candidate for Congressional honors for the State
of Massachusetts, has attracted much attention throughout the country because, of
the position he has taken as a Republican upon the tariff question.
Mr. it unqualifiedly against the high tariff, and In politics has been classed
as a tree-trad 'Republican. Thoujcb. as yet he has been unsuccessful In his endeavor
to represent the Bay State CommcniresUh In Conrrtti. it Is believed that he will
eventually be elected. Some of his friends predict that he will some day receive the
highest office in the sift of the American people. His venture in politics to the
present time hss not proved enUrelr succeaarul. though of one thing- his enemies may
be certain, that no amount of rebuffs will in any way lead, to bis relinquishment of
any plans for political advancement be may have in view, and those who know' him
bent are confident that In the end he will achieve whatever height his ambition
He is described as a man of irtrong and rugged personality, with an Imraena
amount of reserve "force and determination, as shown by every feature of his face.
In manner he Is very cordial and approachable, and by the entire staff of his employes
Is cited as being thoroughly democratic in Instinct and taste.
of organization was formulated over the
respectful protest of the medical men is
without any foundation whatever. Mod
ifications of the suggestions submitted by
the medical staff were made from day
to day, until, a plan acceptable to both
the Commission and to the medical staff
was worked out, which must stand on Its
They say that the organization of this
department was perfectly satisfactory to
the sanitary officer and his associates.
The Commissioners flatly contradicted Dr.
Reed's statement that authority to pur
chase an X-ray outfit In "Washington was
The salaries of the medical officials on
tho Isthmus are quoted to refute the
charge that the Commission wants cheap
doctors there. Exception Is taken to Dr.
Reed's strictures on the salaries paid, to
clerks. The Commissioners say that their
eystem contemplates an advance of about
25 per cent on salaries paid In the United
States, and that the plan will be very
carefully worked out.
In refutation of. charges made by Dr.
Reed that the Commission is responsible
for the presence of yellow fever on the
Isthmus, a letter f-om the Commission
of February 1 to Chief Sinltary Officer
Gorgas is quoted. In that letter the opin
ion Is expressed thai the appearance of
the fever Is not traceable to delay in the
importation of medical supplies.
Reference Is made to the efforts of the
Commlselon to Introduce a wholesome
water supply as the only effective way of
killing off mosquitoes and preventing
fever in Panama. Much attention is given
to other efforts of the Commission to
stamp out fever In that city, and it is
alleged that in this work "the Commis
sion has acted up to the entire limit erf
On the subject of sanitation the Com
"The Commission understands th Im
mense importance of sanitation of the
Isthmus as a factor In the building of the
cannL It Is certain that the chiefs of the
sanitary department are aware of the
grave responsibility resting upon them.
If the statements of Dr. Reed were true,
either in derail or in the general Impres
sion they are Intended to convey of sani
tary conditions on the Isthmus, they
would convict the eanitary staff of gross
abandonment of duty In failure to icfjorm
the Commission thereof.
"Neither from official conferences nor
from corrcspofidence nor from Interviews
has It been learned that the plan Is de
fective In scope or elasticity, or that
troubles have occurred except such as in
evitably attend the organization of great
BEUTALLY ASSAULTS GIRL.
Burly Swede Will Have to Anrwer for
Portland has a new edition of the, noi
torlous "Jack the Ripper." who made his
appearance last night on Fourth street.
and but for the timely interference of
Patrolmen Burk and Daly would have
placed, his first victim on bis list.
The officers were called to 92 North
Fourth street and found N, H. "Ehllnger.
a burly Swede choking Carmen Dubois,
the occupant of the room. The girl was
fast losing consciousness when the officers
arrived, but 4t was -evident by the condi
tion of the room that she had made a des
perate struggle with her assailant. The
furniture was overturned and things were
in wild disorder.
Ehllnger was taken to the station,
where a charge of assault and battery
was lodged, against him by the girt- The
case Is a peculiar one. as the man was
not drunk at the time he made the as
sault. In the struggle ha scratched the
girl's face, gouged her neck and attempt
ed to tear her tongue from her mouth.
Ehllnger will appear before Judge Hogue
CONFERENCE ON IBBJGATI0N
Experts From Western Government
Stations Meet in California.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 19. Special.)
At a small but very significant conference
of half a doxen Irrigation experts, con
nected with the experiment stations of the
United States Agricultural Department
on the Pacific Coast, held yesterday and
today at the University of California.
Important plans were made for the fu
ture of Irrigation and drainage Investiga
tion In all the Western states. The
meeting was attended by:
Professor Elwood Mead, chief of the
Irrigation Bureau of the Department of
Agriculture: Professor Samuel Fortler. of
Montana; Professor Q. H. True, of Ne
vada: Professor O. L. "Waller, of "Wash
ington; Professor J. H. WIthycombe. of
Oregon, and Professors E. "W. Hllgard,
R. H. Loughrldge and El J. "WIckson,
of the Agricultural Experiment Stations
The chief task of the conference was
the preparation of plans for experiments
to! determine the quality of water which
will give the best results in Irrigation
under different conditions. This Is an
undertaking almost limitless In extent.
In addition to this, a campaign of educa
tion Is being arranged.
Professor Elwood Mead, who has just
arrived In California to commence his
series of annual lectures at the State
University, Is very hopeful over the fu
ture of Irrigation on the Coast.
Professor WIthycombe reported on the
work and Its possibilities in Oregon. He
will return North and continue the meas
urements of streams.
Todays conference is considered as
opening new possibilities In Irrigation
on the Pacific Coast.
SECOND INQUEST TO BE HELD
San Francisco Pollc to Pass on Mrs
SAN FRANCISCO, March 19. (Spe
-jaL) Unless conditions make such
course Impossible there will practically
be' a second inquest In San Francisco on
the death of Mrs. Stanford, and the police
will be the jurors to decide the cause of
Cantain of Detectives Burnett Deiievea
that oortlons of Mrs. atanioras organs,
not destroyed In the analysis at Honolulu,
will be brought here by Detective -Rey
nolds. If the conditions of these organs
make them susceptible of chemical analy
sis they will be immediately turned over
to City Chemist Blthe.
Portions of the bicarbonate of soda from
tho poisoned bottle will also be analyzed
and the testimony or many local pnysi
clans taken as to whether the quantity
of strychnine found In It would be sum
dent to cause death to a woman of Mrs,
Stanford's- years. In fact, wherever pos
slble the entire work of chemists, doctors
and police at Honolulu will be practically
done over In this city and on tne local
findings the police will base much of their
future policy In tho case.
FLASHLIGHT PLANT EXPLODES
One Man Rej&orted Dying and a Num
ber Seriously Injured.
REDDING. Cal.. March 19. At Lew
lston. Trinity County, last night a flash
light apparatus exploded, seriously In
jurins several people. Loulrf Castner,
a violinist whose throat was cut by
a flying1 piece of Jbraas. is reported to
be dying- tonight. Julia Dominico
skull was fractured and Allle Ham
xnond was also seriously Injured. Others
Injured were Adlne Pauline. Tony Ca
ton. Mrs. Wiley Louden and George
Hermit Rancher Kills Himself.
NORTH YAKIMA, Wash.. March 19.
fEDeciaL Lewte Christiansen, a rancher
living at the head of the Cowlltx Valley,
30 miles Jrom here, was found dead in
field, near his house this moraine, with
bullet hole through his head. The Ctjroner
and Sheriff went up to the place to make
an Investigation and found that he had
Christians on has lived alone for years
in a two-room house. His ranch was the
stopping place of tourists and prospectors
going to the Teton basin, and tne Uruiz
n LLuUmfc I U AUftmo
Citizens of Pueblo Turn Out in
ARRiAGE DRAWN BY FRIENDS
Deposed Democratic Governor Makes
Speech, Thanking the Men W 10
Supported Him, Without Re
gard to 'Politics.
PUEBLO, Colo.. March 19. Ex-Gov
ernor Alva Adams was welcomed home
this afternoon by one of the largest
and most enthusiastic popular demon
strations .ever accorded to a man In
this city's history. The strsets around
the Union Depot and extending- for
blocks In all directions were one mass
The train bearing: the Governor was
on schedule time, and at his first ap
pearance on the platform of the car.
mighty about went up irom the as
sembled throng. He was escorted to
stand In front of the Union Station.
where, he delivered a short address. He
spoke as follows:
'It is Impossible for ma to express
what is In my heart on this day. as a
result of the great ovation you have
Tou have made this day for me one
of the proudest of my life, and one that
will remember forever.
"I come home to you defeated, but
my hands are clean.
I want to say that I did my duty
as best I could and I feel at this hour
that I would rather be robbed than to
"While here I want to pay tribute to
those who stood by me during this con
test. Not as Democrats or' Republicans,
but as citizens of this state in justice.
right In upholding- the laws. Constitu
tion, and the ballot of the people.
"I wish to say that robbery bears no
political brand, but bears the brann
of pirates, and no honest citizen wl )
uphold this kind of a robbery.
"I do not feel the wrong; that has
been done me. It is not such a wrong:
to me as it Is to you. and I hone to
see the hour when retribution will
come down on those men of Colorado
who are controlled by corporations and
serve these corporations as their mas
"This is not a political Question but a
question of preservation of laws of
this state and of duty.
"I have no regrets. I would rather
stand In the hearts of the people as I
am today than to stand under the caz-
itol borne of any state of tho United
States, as chief executive.
I thank you from my heart for this
After his address the Governor, ac
companied by his wife, entered their
carriage, which had been almost filled
with flowers by their admirers, and the
carriage, drawn by about a hundred en
thusiastic citizens headed by a brass
band, proceeded to the Governor's
The route through the streets was
continuous ovation and when h9
reached home there was a crowd of in
timate friends and neighbors to wel
come him. To this gathering he made a
short speech of thankB for their wel
Newsboy on the Way.
ABERDEEN. "Wish. March 19. (Spe
cial. The schooner Newsboy has been
hauled on the marine railway here for
overhauling and painting.
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v TT Hirfr. Astoria
Mrs Crandall. do
U Q Jonns. Tillamook
U Draper, Astoria
Mrs T Rice, "Walla WT Mercures, do
Mrs Davis, do
M A Phillips. Sattle!A J Soule. Astoria
R M Minis, uregon u li vi watteiu o
Mt'xes tke skia soft as vtjrtt.
la? rovsx any complixiiW.
Bst shampoo siadc.
Steps hair from falling.
Ccrw ail aids raptions.
More MCthlae than cotd cm,
Mnre baintlMar thaa MY CCSBMtiC
If your Wood is taper, or if ya hara
Dyspepsia, er any liver or steaach traebte,
doa't fall U use Mcsyoo's Paw-Paw Pills.
They am Biliousness and Ceoftisatics
and drivs ail usmnnoes uesi xos nosa aaw
all ianarfadtoCS frOSt tiM Skis.
I m yQur child is ill
1 dislike to make it take
tasting meoicine. iience
well to know that Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral is very
pleasant. But it is a
medicine, a strong
Time and time again
formula of this cough
I Medical Journals of this country and Europe,
and have mailed it to nearly every physician in
the United States.
So it follows that when your doctor orders it
for coughs, colds, bronchitis, or consumption,
he knows precisely what he is giving.
Physicians recommend their families to keep
it on hand.
mm BT tho O. Aysr
auto naBUactarera or
AYES' 3 SAHSAPAHIIXA-yor tm Mood.
W Outaman, PuilrnantW L Miles, Coble
J s Krlle, Ilwaco it; J smith, renaieton
W J Pratt. S F
liirs w oievers. wasco
ilTrs "W I Kelly, do
"SV B Kelly. Bloomngtn
illrs "W H Kelly, do
IH Morton. Hood Rlv
U UcKtt Cblcaro
G Leebwoff, S F
c 11 Hales. Eugene
Mrs C H Holer, do
"W W Raymond, do
W Lyon. Independnce
Illra SUnmetser, For G
u rielson. alanpote
Mrs A French. Los A C H "Collier. BeUnchm
H R Dunlop. Eureka iC W ileynard. Chehls
airs H R Dunlop, do JA uabel. do
Miss Dunlop. do ID Shearer. .Medford
L H Schmidt, do IO A Shaw. Albany
Mrs E Schmidt, do Mrs O A Shaw, do
ti u itonertson. city illrs it .NicKlln, b s
ilrs Robertson, do IA Shreve. do
Mrs D Church. Phlla iW O'Brien, do
R A Chapln, Chicago lMrs "W O'Brien, do
A Schornbursr. H T IT A McBride. Ore C
J Grossman, dj I
TEE ST. CHARLES
TV F Pruden. Clarkesi
yf E Ford. Oklahoma
J G Foster. Hoqulam
X S Oldham, Gldndlt-
E Foster. Montesano
Mrs Oldham, do
G E Ackley, W Salmn
P J Miller
James Foster, do
Wb Foster, do
Ira -.Barber. Madras
H A Shields. Troutdle
E S Freeman. Cheblls
Mrs Shields, do
Fra Shurcr. do
G "Wilson, Salem
Mrs F Shearer, do
C ityers. Kalama.
c o aiorreii
IB J Lockwood, RMS
C H Tucker, Scapoose
B J Lockwood. R M SU A Rhods. do
T Dosch. La Crosse ID Trulllnrer. union M
A "W Miller, city
D N Trullinjfer. do
"W S Everett. Seattle
A J Brezle, Ilwaco
Lee Phalr. Carson
ID McGlIIbary, Cltskn
C L Petttt
Mrs C L Pettlt
G Turner. Ropeburg
J Rice. Rainier
J D McLean
G Petermeter. USA
G "Whiten, city
IT Gunderson. do
tJ Dethman. Bt Helens
O F Graves
S D Simons. Oregon ClC M Fener. Elmira
P C Peters, city C Evans, Plcord. Cal
R "W Rooney, do i P Farns. city
F Bell. Carson. Wn IT Darman
R TllloUon, do tilts T Darman
C 2ilcund, Catblamet D Bach
A Nlcund. do J E Brown, city
A Natural Spring Water. Has been before the
public for thirty years. It has been tested by lead
ing physicians at home and abroad. We -would
like to send you a pamphlet giving the experience
of these physicians with its use in BRIGHT'S
DISEASE, ALBUMINURIA, GOUT, RHEU
MATISM and all URIC ACID TROUBLES.
For sale try the general drug asii mineral water trade
The ORIGINAL remedy tbat
THE HERPICIDE HABIT
Carefsl people now consider it a duty to
use a scalp prophylactic, as It Insures
elsaallaesa and fraedom from dandruff
microbes. The refreshing quality and
exqsisite fragrance at Nswbro's Herpl-
C5-OING I GOING ! ! GONE ! !!
iBftcMemttVErr KjfciJEwiaiwsir idutefm hunch
mc aim, $1.60. shi 10&, itp, to
AppucatleBs at Y renlaeat Barber Shops.
WeartnUe a care In every case we
tlea tree. UU eefl4eaUal. Ins true ova uwo. "
We cure the worst cases of piles ia tw o or three treatments, without operaHos.
Cars suaraateed. . ,
It you cannot call at office, write lor question blank. Home treatment succeesruj.
01m hours. 9 to fi and 7 to 3. Sund ays and holidays. 10 to 12.
DR. W. NORTON DAVIS & CO.
, Offices in (Van-Nor Hotel. KR4.rhlra at.
. ear. Plna. PortlanA Or.
we have published the
medicine in the principal
Co.. XowaU, :
AYBE'S AGUE CTJUB-Fer EUUiii ami agse. fi
J G Rambough. N D EUa H Mortlnson,
R E Keatley, Seattle I "Woodburn
J ti iiccuuy. city laiiss r xorx. .cvereii
N Johns. Catblamet IW D Henry. Salem
Mrs N Johns, do IS C McKay
L Clem IJ M Cox. Eugene
"W F Dlgman. city IE Jelch
R Gray. NY ?G VT Taylor
R Ruthoper. "Wash JJ J "Woods. Newberg
L D Shepardson IC M Kelsey. HUlsboro
Mrs L D Shepardson IR J GUmore. T Dalles
B E Jalnes (Eva. L Cope, Nebraska
C Dodgo iMlsa Cope.-rlo -
C Jaoger IB A Fagaldc, Rainier
Mrs A Weesner, NwbgjMrs Fagalde, do
EU Hunsuklr !
W N Dustln. New EraJ F "Whitney. Pullmn
J F McAvoy. CHikne J "Verhoon, Forest G
N T McConnell. do lMrs Verhoon. do
E Glaxler. Carson 'O Henderson. Hartxd
C Rullfson. CarroltorUMrs Henderson, do
Mrs Rullfson. do !C Nelson, Butte
A Bettersworth. CotGA L Sherer. Myrtle C
C W Pierce. Greshamjb' Blumer, St Louis
L Sedull. Spokans ill Becker, do
E S Pace, Ke'.so !H S Thompson. O T
J Nelaon. Stella A F Kamp, do
1 Fluhrer. Nayger ,E Glazier. Cascades
J W AtwelL Stevnaon'A Burdy, do
F Sherwood, do ij Bush. Slrvcrton
B Alherson. Nayger IJ S Shook. Klamath
D J Swltzer. N TamhltJ McFadden. Cathlmt
N E Daggart, ColfaxjC E Pond, Fisher's
Mrs Daggart. do R "Wallace, do
Mrs McCane. AshlandR Clover, "Woodburn
Maud McCanc. do :Ray Kemp, do
Harry McCane. do W Caruthers, Oystrvle
T L Hoge. Nayger E R Reynolds, Cornlus
R Henrlrl. St Helen's E S Matthews. Sherdn
T A Courtney. OswegojE Gilbert, Aberdeen
H B Jacobson, SpknciH Peterson. Spokane
Mrs Jacobson. do Mrs Peterson, do
VT Morris, Astoria tJ Hartman, do
Ta corns Hotel. Tneoma.
American plan. Bates. $3 and up.
Hotel Donnelly, Tn corns.
First-class restaurant In connection.
LITHIA SPRINGS, VIRGINIA
"kills the Dandruff Germ."
dde makes this "duty" such i pleasure
that the "Herplclde Habit" is Usually
formed. A halr-aver that grows In pop
ularity. Delights the ladles by keeping
the hair light and fiu2y and by giving It
a silken gloss. Cures dandruff, stops
falling hair. Gives satisfaction and ex
cites admiration. Stops itching instantly.
hqpicide co., Bipt. h. mm, Wcsl. tsr z s
W treat successfully an p rivals ner
vous and chronic diseases or mea. also
blood, stomach, heart, liver, kidney and
throat troubles. We cura SYPHTLI3
(without mercury) to stay cured ioreyer.
in 30 to 60 days. We remove STRIC
TURE, without operation or pain, ia li
"We stop drains, the result o self-abuse.
Immediately. "We can restore the sexual
vigor ot any man. under K by means oi
local treatment peculiar to ourselves.
We Cure Gonorrhoea
in a1 Week
rtrwrnra of this Institute are all
rscular graduate, cava had many years
fQ 15 years, have a reputation to mala-
" tain, and WIU unuena.u no w uuwu
ir rare can ba effected.
undertake or cbarse-no fee. Consulta-