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THE MORNING- OREGONIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1905.
Why Physicians Recommend
C ASTORIA has met with pronounced favor on the part of physicians, pharmaceutical societies and medical authorities. It is used by physicians
with results most gratiftring. The extended use of Castoria is unquestionably the result of three facts: Mrst-The indisputable evidence that
it is harmless: Seconds-That it not only allays stomach pains and quiets the nerves, but assimilates the food: TJiird It is an agreeable and
perfect substitute for Castor Oil. It is absolutely safe.. It does not contain any Opium, Morphine, or other narcotic and does not stupeftr. It is
unlike Soothing Syrups, Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc. This is a good deal for a Medical Journal to say. Our duty, however, is to
expose danger and record the means of advancing health. The day for poisoning innocent children through greed or ignorance ought to end. To
our knowledge, Castoria is a remedy which produces composure and health, by regulating the system not by stupefying it and our readers are
entitled to the information. Jownwi of Health.
Vegetable Preparatioafor As
similating teeFood and Regula
ting tte Stwaachs and Bowels of
and Res r.Con tains neither
Otxum, Morphine nor Mineral.
p afOOCBrSJHlin.Rl MSLH
ridR. Sokt Stomick.DiafTTOea,
Worms .Convulsions Jevwish
ocss and Loss OF SlEE.
fattS'sab Signature c
cxact-co pr or wrapjeb.
Letters from Prominent Physicians Addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
.The Kind You Have
Always Bought and which
has been in use for over 30
years, has borne the signa
ture of Chas. H. Fletcher,
and has been made under
his personal supervision
since its infancy. Allow
no one to deceive you in
this. All Counterfeits, Imi
tations and "Just-as-good "
are but Experiments that
trifLe with and endanger
the health of Infants and
Children E xperience
Dr. W. L. Leister, of Rogers, Ark.,
says: "As a practicing physician I
use Castoria and like it very much."
Dr. W. T. Seeley, of Amity, K
Yy says: "I have used your Castoria
for several years in my practice and
have found it a safe and reliable
Dr. Baymond lL,Evarts7t5fanta
Ynez, Cal., -says: "After using
your Castoria for children for years
it annoys me greatly to have an ig
norant druggist substitute some-,
thing else, especially to the patient's
disadvantage, as in this case. I en
close herewith the Trrapper of the
Dr. R. 3L Ward, of Kansas City,
Mo., says: "Physicians generally do
not prescribe proprietary prepara
tions, but in the case of Castoria my
experience, like that of many other
physicians, has taught me to make
an exception. I prescribe your Cas
toria in my practice because I have
found it to be a thoroughly reliable
remedy for children's complaints.
Any physician -who has raised a
family, as I have, trill join me in
heartiest recommendation of Casto
Dr. W. F. Wallace, of Bradford,
Is. H., says: "I use your Castoria in
my practice, and in my family."
Dr. Wm. I. McCann, of Omaha,
Neb., says : "As the father of thir
teen children I certainly know some
thing about your great medicine and
aside from my own family, experi
ence, I have, in my years of practice,
found Castoria a popular and effi
cient remedy in almost every home."
Dr. Howard James, of Isfew York
City, says : "It is with great pleasure
that I desire to testify to the medici
nal virtue of your Castoria. I have
used it with marked benefit in the
case of my own daughter, and have
obtained excellent results from its
administration to other children in
Dr. J. B. Clausen, of Philadel
phia, Pa., says: "The name that
your Castoria has made for itself in
the tens of thousands of homes
blessed by the presence of children,
scarcely needs to be supplemented by
the endorsement of the medical pro
fession, but I, for one, most heartily
endorse it and believe it an excel
Dr. B. Halstead Scott, of Chicago,
111., says: "I have prescribed your
Castoria often for infants during
my practice and find it very satis
factory." Dr. William Belmont, of Cleve
land, Ohio, says: 'Your Castoria
stands first in its class. In my thirty
years of practice I can say I never
have found anything that so filled
Dr. B. J. Hamlen, of Detroit,
Mich., says: "I prescribe your Cas
toria extensively as I have never
found anything to equal it for chil
dren's troubles. I am aware that
there are imitations in the field, but
I always see that my patients get
Dr. Channing H. Cook, of Saint
Louis, Mo., says: "I have used your
Castoria for several years past in
my own family and have always
found it thoroughly efficient and
never objected to by children, which
i3 a great consideration in view of
the fact that most medicines of this
character are obnoxious and there
fore difficult of administration. As
a laxative I consider it the peer of
anything that I ever prescribed."
Bears the Signature of
Dr. L. 0. Morgan, of So. Amboy,
N. J., says : "I prescribe your Casto
ria every day for children who are
suffering from constipation, with
better effect than I receive from ay4
other combination of drugs."
Dr. H. J. Taft? of Brooklyn, K.
Y., says : "I have used your Castoria
and found it an excellent remedy in
my household and private practice
for many years. The formula is ex
cellent" Dr. Wm. U. Bosserman, of Buf
falo, Y., says: "I am pleased to
speak a good word for your Castoria.1
I think so highly of it that I not
only recommend it to others, but
have used it in my own family."
Dr. F. H. Kyle, of St. Paul,
Minn., says : "It affords me pleasure
to add my name to the long list of
those who have used and now en
dorse your Castoria. The fact of the
ingredients being known through
the printing of the formula on the
wrapper is one good and sufficient
reason for the recommendation of
any physician. I know of its good
qualities and recommend it cheer
TELEPHONE IS IN
CUSS W ITSELF
Disputed Question of River
Supremacy is Settled in
Race to the .Locks.
CHAS. R. SPENCER BEATEN
In a Trial of Speed Between the
Turo Boats the Spencer Is
Played With and Then
A public announcement made by Cap
tain Charles R. Spencer that his boat,
the Charles R. Spencer, would "throw
water on the steamer Telephone all the
way to the Locks," was sufficient to put
the officers of the latter boat on their
mettle yesterday, and today Captain J. S.
Cochran Is chuckling In supreme satisfac
tion. "With all conditions favorable for a
river race yesterday, the steamers Tele
phone and Charles R. Spencer, on the
Cascade Locks run. went at It. with the
result that the Telephone won handily.
The race was the outcome of the Intense
rivalry for river supremacy. Captain
Spencer has persistently asserted his boat
to be the best ever. So firmly convinced
has he been of this that a short time ago
he offered to wager his steamer against
one of the lower river craft in a race, and
within the last two days has announced
that his boat never has been passed, and
never would be by any river steamer.
His contempt for his direct rival, the Tele
phone, was shown in his boast that his
boat would throw back water on it all
the way up the run. Since the new Tele
phone went on the Cascade Locks run
the superiority of the boats has been a
matter of dispute. -
Two weeks ago. in a three-cornered
race between the Telephone. Charles R.
Spencer and Bailey Gatzert. the Tele
phone was a good half-mile in the lead on
the return trip, but even at that .the
Charles R. Spencer refused o admit de
feat. Cochran Is Foxy.
"With the taunts and boasts rjnging in
his eara. Captain Cochran saw his chance
yesterday to settle the dis6ussIon, and in
structed his captain, . "W. Baughman,
in command of the boat, to "go to It."
The Telephone and Spencer left Portland
at the same time, but neither captain
showed any inclination to force matters
while in the Willamette. When the Co
lumbia was reached, however, the race
began. The Telephone adopted teasing
tactics and kent lust nst
cer until Lady Island was in sight It
was tnen mat tne spencer got a surprise,
and the boast that she could not be passed
became a meaningless saying. Without
apparent ffort, the Telephone overtook
her rival, and before the island was In
the wake the Spencer had been beaten.
The Telephone maintained her lead up to
the Locks, arriving there seven minutes
ahead of the Spencer. It is said that the
officers of the latter were so chagrined
over their defeat that they abandoned the
customary ,trip through the locks and re
turned to Portland from the lower en
trance. Both boats were well loaded with ex
cursionists, and these entered fully Into
the spirit of the race, in fact to such an
extont that the beauties of the Columbia
had no attraction for many whose sole
purpose in the trip had originally been
to view tha scenery.
Was a Fair Test.
Captain Cochran, who made the trip on
the Telephone yesterday, plainly showed
his elation last night over the outcome
of the rac
"I have felt all along," he said, "that
we had the better boat, but I didn't care
to boast of it. Yesteraay's race was a
fair testit was more than that, in fact,
since we gave the Spencer every advan
tage. We simply played with her. and
could have given her a worse drubbing.
For miles we let her throw the water
in front of us. and then, to show her how
easy it was. passed her with little effort,
and then dropped back to the pace that
simply led her. We would have liked to
race back to Portland, but they wouldn't
give us the chance, and they left the
Locks a full hour ahead of us. We went
through the locks, as scheduled, while
the Spencer stopped at the lower entrance."
TO SAVE THE LIGHTSHIP.
Work of Rescuing Columbia Itlver
Xo. 50 Begins.
ASTORIA, Or., Oct. 8. Special.) The
steamer Callender took two 5000-pound
mushroom anchors and a quantity of wire
cable down to the stranded lightship to
day, and tomorrow the anchors with 10W
feet of cable attached to each and lead
ing from the stern of the lightship will
be placed in the channel, so that on the
high tide tomorrow night or Wednesday
morning the first attempt can be made
to kedge the vessel Into deep water. On
account of the rough and shallow water
It is impossible for a steamer to approach
anywhere near the stranded vessel, so
at ebb tide tomorrow the steamer Mel
ville will be anchored In the Baker's Bay
channel and a barge with the anchors
and cables on board and held by lines
from the steamer will he allowed to drift
down through the breakers until opposite
the lightship. The kedge anchors then
will bo dropped overboard and the life-
saving crew will convey lines to the light
ship eo the cables can be hauled on
board. The stranded craft now lies
head-on to the beach, and must be
kedged off stern-first, but will have to
be moved only about two ship lengths be-
lore sne will float at high water.
Jjlttlc Saved From Manzanita.
ASTORIA, Or., Oct. 8. (Special.) The
lighthouse tender Columbine went up to
the wreck of the Man rani ta. today and.
removed the searchlight, whistle and
other gear that was In danger of being
fleers report an uneventful trip with good
The British steamer Kelvlnbank. which
went down the rivor Saturday, Is the first
vessel this season to leave the Pacific
Const with a full wheat cargo. She took
out 1S2.13S bushels, valued at J133.0M. and
The steamer Oceano is exDected t mm
off the drydock tomorrow. The repair
worn win be completed today.
The steamer Alliance is due todav. and
will bring in part of the passenger list
ana omcers of tho wrecked St. PauL -The
American ship Star of Bengal,
dlsnatched by the Portland LumW fnm.
pany, to San Pedro, crossed out yester
The schooner Ethel Zane. 19 days from
San Pedro, crossed in yesterday. She
comes to the Portland Lumber Company
for cargo to California.
The French bark Brizeux, under char
ter to J. J. Moore, to load lumber for
the West Coast, arrived at Astoria yes
terday, 82 days out from Hobart.
The steamer Redondo arrived In port
from San Francisco last night with CO
passengers ana & renerai cargo. Her of
Due to Arrive.
Steamer From. Date.
Alliance. San FranclKO Oct. 0
Bee, San Franclnco Oct. 9
Despatch. an Francleco Oct. 0
Melville Dollar. San Francisco. -Oct. 3
Eurexa, San Francisco Oct. 10
South Bay. San Francloco Oct. 10
Columbia, San Francisco Oct. 11
Homer, San Francisco OoU IS
Corta Rica, San Francisco Oct. 10
Northland". San Francisco Oct. 10
Aurella. San Francisco Oct. 16
Cascade, San Francljco Oct. IS
Kruser. San Francisco Oct. 16
Aragonla. Orient Oct. 17
Alcoa, San Francisco "....Oct. IB
Carries Japanese imperial irsa.lL
Due to Depart.
Steamer Destination. Date.
Roanoke, San Francisco,....,... Oct. 10
Alliance. San Francisco Oct. 10
Bee. San Francisco Oct. 11
Melville Dollar, San Francisco.. Oct. 12
Redondo, San Francisco Oct. 11
Eureka, San Francisco Oct. 12
Homer. San Franrtoco Oct. 13
Columbia, San Francisco Oct. 13
South Bay, San Francisco Oct. 1.1
Dej-patch. San Francisco Oct. 13
Costa Rica, San FrancUwo Oct. 18
Northland, San Francisco Oct. 19
Aurella. San Francisco Oct. 19
Kroter, San Francisco Oct. 20
Cascade. San Francisco Oct. 20
Aratronla, Honskong Oct. 26
Alroa, Hongkong Oct. 27.
Carrying United States roalL
will deliver to Japanese ports. She was
dispatched by the Northwest Warehouse
Company. The steamer Imaum .will be
the next wheat carrier for the Orient.
She should sail about October 14.
Domestic and Foreign Ports.
ASTORIA. Oct. 8. Condition of the bar at
5 P. M.. moderate: wind. eai; weather cloudy
with rain. Left up at 6 A. il. Steamer Whlt
tler. Arrived at 9 A- M. and left up at 9:40
A. M. Steamer Redondo, from San Francisco.
Sailed at 8:45 A. M. Steamer Aurella. for San
Francisco: American bark Star of Bengal,
for San Pedro. Arrived down at 10:15 A. M.
British steamer Kelvlnbank. Arrived at 11;S0
A. M. Schooner Ethel Zane, from San Pedro.
Arrived at 2:30 P. M. French bark Brlzeaux.
from Hobart. Arrived at 10 A. M. Steamer
Elmore, rem Tillamook. Arrived at 5 P. M.
San Francisco, Oct. 8. Sailed Bark "W. B.
Flint, for Koloa. and Makawell. Arrived
Bark KatulauL from Honolulu. Sailed
Steamer.ortc W. G. Irwin, for Roche Harbor;
schooner Wm. Olsen, for Portland. Arrived
United States tug George M. Harrln. from
Seattle: steamer Czarina, from Portland;
steamer Umatilla, from Putet Sound; bark
Grimth. from Hadlock.
New York. Oct. 8. Arrived Numldlan. from
Glareow and Movllle; Slavonla, from Trim,
Flume and Palermo.
Of Domestic Science.
We have secured the services of Mrs.
Bertha Haffner to give a free, course of
lectures at our store In cooking and
kitchen furnishings. These lecture? will
be given daily at2:30 P. M. Everyone is
HOJCETMAX HARDWARE COMPANY.
CHUNKS OF PEACE
Coming Harmony Conference
to Be a Gathering 'of
"JAWN'S" VIEW ON MEETING
Democratic Statesman Declares Pri
mary election Law an Intcrro-
gallon Point Prophesies
as to Reunion.
All forms of scrofula, salt rheum and
eczema are cured by Hood's S&rsaparllla,
the blood purifier.
'They'se makin a great ajoo over th
rayunlon an confrlnce Iv th raypentant
an' raygenerate on Thursday. October th
twllfth." said "Jawn." otherwise known
as J. J. Kelly, as he helped himself to the
best chair In the Democratic caravan
sary. "They is." responded "Jim." the title
bestowed on James Foley. "Th Chinks
have chased th dlvll out Iv town, th
Chamberlain Raypubllcans are now Ray
publican Chamberlains, an they'se proud
iv It, th Mllishy will keep th' sheep frm
th goats, an 'twill be a rile agglomera
tion iv ca'am and unsllfish path rites.
"Th ganders fr'm Marion, th ol game
cocks fr'm Columbia, th cock'rels fr'm
th out counties an th first cocks Iv th
metropolis will coddle togidder an 'twill
be 'Cockyjoodle-sjoo, we'se no barnyard
hypenates. nayther be you'sc If enny
Iv th old battered roosters try to get In a
dunghill note, they'll swat him wld a
llfrary clod fr'm th sacred Held Iv Get
tysburg. "They'll be many m perfunctory nods an
some carjal greetings fr'm th first cocks
an the big cocks to the cockerels, with a
"Well, well. well, nowjydoo; you're look
In splendid: ye haven't changed wan bit
since th days when we filpt th dice on a
sixteen-to-wan shot. Will ye ate an or
ange? Call on me at me home or me
office or me club, but call enny way, and
bring home wld ye a sack Iv flour for pan
cakes Vr th chllder.
Pokcn It to 'Em.
"Whin th bunch Is corraled th chair
man will rise slowly an wid great dig
nity; his lips will tremble: wld an effort
he'll irrigate his gash wld a sup Iv Bull
Run. an' thin poke It to 'em.
" 'Fellow citizens.' he will say. 'Ray
publicans and pathrites. he will say,
whin I gaze on this roawjestlc heterogen
eity iv harmonious heteroginoslty, me
tung becomes tangled In me teef, a Chi
nook thaw thrickles down on altch side iv
me beak, an me lungs are in me thrawt.
This Is th happiest day iv me life, since
me marriage. We Is asslmbled here to
day to take th viper dlshcoord by th
slack Iv th' pants an say. "Down, down
to hell wld ye. an' say I senty there."
" Tf I may parryphrase th gud book
In a place Iv this kind I will say, lvry
man that loves our party loves our candi
dates or he's a lire. Raymimber that th
mills will niver grind agin wld th waters
that are pawst. Let your deliberations be
as pure an' white as th' flour that made
us th poor man's frind. Ye are good fair
men, an I trust ye. It's yere paytrotlc
Jooty to discover th north bank Iv th
primary law an' folly th' line lv least ray-
nlntpnpR. huf don't monkcv wld It. If !
they'se anny apostrofecs mlssin in It,
rayfer It to th' State Printer.
We Is the People.
" 'Gintlcmin. th primary law is th will
Iv th people. It's vox poppy-He. nox dago,
an glntlomln. belave me, we Is th peo
ple. Sink or swim, live or die, survive or
purrlsh. now go to it. "
Jim stopped, not because the springs of
his oratory had gone dry. but because he
wished his auditors to digest what they
"D'ye raymimber. Jawn." he said, "that
great sayln iv Shakespeare. 'Th little
foolery that wise men have, makes a
"I do." said Jawn, "but phat Is th' pri
"It's an Interrogation pint," answered
Jim. , i,
"Don't ye mano an ixcllmation pint?
"Xaw." said Jawn. "that comes afther
REPORTS HANDED TO PORTE
Six Embassies Interested In Finan
cial Control of Macedonia.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. S. Collective
reports of the six embassies regarding the
financial control of Macedonia were
handed to the Porte Saturday. The finan
cial delegates ot tne powers are pruwecu
lng to Uskub.
A dispatch from Constantinople. October
2. said the Porte persisted In Us unyield
ing attitude In regard to the financial con
trol of Macedonia. Replying to the col
lective note of September 25 from the six
powers, declaring that their decision to
to assume international control of the
finances of Macedonia was unalterable,
the Porte reiterated what It regarded as
Inrupcrable objections to the scheme.
The dispatch said the delegates of the
powers who were to act as financial . con
troller? of Macedonia must remain idle
until pressure compelled the Porte to
Issue the orders necessary to enable them
to enter on their functions.
Fire Loss at Lowell.
LOWELL. Mass.. Oct. S. (Special.)
Barristers Hall, owned by J. L. Cha.ll
foux, one of the oldtfst business blocks In
this ' city, was damaged by Are today,
nintr n. loss of $100X00. Four stores
were completely gutted and three others,
including a number of offices, were dam
aged by water. It is believed the fire
started from an overheated baker's oven
in the basement.
"Western Washington and extreme Northwest
ern Oregon, with generally fair weather else
where. It will be warmer east of the Cascade
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
2 5 3 Wind.
, 5 o
3 "o 3
3 n - 3
? J' '
Kamloops, B. C
Salt Lake City..,
52 T I10JNW
58 0.00118 N
U T 120 W
52 o.ooi..! ,
4 T ! 4'N
58 0.00 4INW
48 T 4JE
52i T I O'XB
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Oct. 8. 1005. Maximum tem
perature, 57 deg.; minimum. 46 deg. River
reading -at 11 A. Ml. 4.5 feet: change In rut
24 hour?, none. Total precipitation. 5 P. M.
to 5 P. M., 0.22-lnch: total elnce Septem
ber 1. 1605. 6.48 inches: normal since Septem
ber 1, 1005. -2.5S Inches: excels. 3.8S Inches.
Total sunshine October 7, 1005. 2 hours and
47 minutes; poedble sunshine, 11 hours and
Forecasts madt at Portland for the 2S hours
ending mldnlrht. October 0:
Portland and vicinity Shower, probably fol
lowed by fair weather; westerly winds.
Western Oregon Fair, except rtiowers ex
treme north portion: westerly winds.
Western Washington Partly cloudy, with
arobably showers; westerly winds.
Eastern Oregon. Eaotero Washington and
Idaho Fair and wanner.
The high pressure area noted last night off
the California coast has advanced to Western
Oregon. It caused sharp frosts this momlng
In exposed placeo east of the Cascade Moun
tains. During the last 24 hours light showers
have occurred at scattered plaoes In the North
Pacific States, which hare been followed by
clear weather In Southern Oregon, while elsewhere-
The Indications are for ehowers Monday in
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