Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View This Issue
BIG WHEAT CARGO
Crown of India Carries Over
100,000 Bushels to
WAITED FOR 'SIX MONTHS
Total Shipments of Wheat for Sep
tember Sow Foot Up to Remark
able Total of 1,278,165
Bushels Marine Notes.
With, the addition of the cargo ot
the British bark Crown of India, ship
ments of wheat foreign for the month
of September amount to 1.278.165
bushels, valued at 11.166.819.
The Crown of India cleared yester
day and will be towed to the bar prob
ably today. She carries 111.049 bush
els of wheat valued at $99,900. and Is
under charter to Kerr. Glfford Co.
The bark is under command of R. H.
Gilbert and will proceed to Queens- j
town Or raimouin mr uuiri a.
This vessel Is the first of four carriers
to get a charter after waiting about
six months In this port. The others
are Brodlch Castle. In since February
27; Ley land Bros., March 6: and Donna
. Franceses. March 26. All have been
offered charters at about $1 higher
than now obtainable; but on account
of the large surplus of tonnage at all
Coast ports, the vessels will have to
lay over for some months longer, prob
ably until next season, unless owners
will accept "going rates."
With steam tonnage available at 25
shillings it is impossible for sailing
ships to secure charters at the union
rate of 27s 6d.
The Numantia Is about ready to sail
and will probably finish at the mill
today. It is estimated the steamship
will take 50.000 barrels of flour to the
Orient. Since the advance In freight
rate and the financial depression in
Japan, flour shipments have fallen oft
materially to ports in Japan. There
are indications that the business will
pick up again before a great while, as
stocks must necessarily have fallen
low on the other side of the Pacific.
HOLDS THE SECOND PLACE
Port lit nd and New York Close on
According to a bulletin Just Issued
by the Department of Agriculture at
Washington. New York leads Portland
for first place as a grain shipping
point by barely 2.000.000 bushels.
Portland is firmly In second place and
Philadelphia comes third.
At the closing of the first eight
months of the cereal year the total
shipments from the Eastern metropo
lis amounted to 9.849,456: Portland,
7.854.980: Philadelphia. 7.092.335: Bal
timore. 6,204.175. The combined ports
of Paget Sound exported 7.901.364. or
about 50.000 bushels more than Port
August shipments of wheat foreign
were small In comparison to the heavy
business of September, while from At
lantic seaports the export was above
the average. At the close of Septem
ber some rather startling comparisons
doubtless will be found In the Govern
From the United States the wheat
exports for the eight months totaled
54.082.751 barrels of wheat valued at
$58,432,298, while the flour shipments
comprised 8.274.606 barrels, having a
value of $38,668,340. The value of the
foodstuffs sent from the country is
placed at $113,561,150.
Open River Transportation Company
Secures Sarah Dixon.
Dally steamboat service will be be
gun next Monday between this port
and the portage road. Yesterday the
Open River Transportation Company
chartered the Sarah Dixon to alter
. nate trips with the J. N. Teal, both
boats to carry passengers as well as
Dredging and clearing the upper
river of obstacles to navigation have
been going on for months under the
supervision of Government engineers
and the navigation company has hopes
of extending the service farther in
land In the near future.
The new schedule provides for the
departure of the J. N. Teal from Port
land Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at 7 o'clock A. M.. and the Sarah
Dixon Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat
urdays at the same hour. The com
pany expects to have the two new
boats now being built at Celilo ready
to take up the service above the port
age and to run as far up the river as
Issues Notice to Mariners.
The following notice to Mariners has
been Issued by Inspector Charles F.
The following affects the -lists of lights
and fog signals. Pacific Coast. lfto.S:
St. Helens Jetty light, page 42. No. IBS
t list of lights, buoys and daymark. Pacific
Coeat 190. page 091 Located about .10
feet from the outer end of the Jetty and
about ItH) feet up-stream from It. easterly
sJde of -the channel of tfte Columbia River,
Washington. August 25 this fixed white post
lantern light was moved about 750 feet 132
degrees 11 minutes tS. E. E. and the
light suspended 3 feet above the water from
a white arm on a three-pile dolphin In 17
feet of water.
Umatilla Reef light Teasel No. 7. page
50, No. 221 (Hat of lights, buoys and day
marks. Pacific Coast. ll8, page Trt.
Moored In 130 feet of water, about 2H miles
218 degrees t-S. V. S S. from Umatilla
Reef. Flattery Rocks, making off from Cape
Alava. seacoast of Washington, and about
4 miles west-southwesterly from the rape.
This veaael. which went adrift August 24.
was replaced on her station September 3.
The following affects the list of lights,
buoys and daymarks. Pacific Coast, 1IM9:
Umpqua River entrance, page .13 Inside
bar buoy. P.P.. aecond-class nun. found miss
ing August 21. was replaced the same day.
OREGON AND WASHINGTON.
The following buoys, heretofore reported
moved on account of the freshet In the Co
lumbia and Willamette Rivera, were re
placed August 2rt:
Mount Coffin Channel buoy, 2. second-class
Cowlitz River buoy.
H. black aecond-class
Cottonwood Island Shoal buoys. 1 and 3,
each a flrst-class spar
Carr Slough buoy, 2. flrst-class spar.
Hunter Shoal buoys. 1. 2 and 4. each a
Martin Island Bar buoys, 2 and 4. each a
Reader Crossing buoys.' X and 1. each
a flrst-class spar.
Coon Island Channel buoy. X flrst-class
Nigger Tom Island buoy, 1, second-class
Reeder Crossing buoy. . a nrst-class
spar, heretofore reported removed, was per
manently discontinued August 26.
Juaa Fuca Strait, page 84 New Dun-
ftnesa Mind p.t buoy, 2, a flrt-rlass nun,
reported out of position August 31. will be
replaced ae soon as practicable.
Heln Bank bell buoy, H-S., reported dam
aged and probably not Bounding August 31.
will be repaired or replaced aa coon as practicable.
Weekly Concert for Seamen.
The weekly concert at the Seamen's
Institute. First and Flanders streets,
will be given this evening at 8 o'clock
under the direction of Miss Eugenia
Craig, -who has arranged the following
programme: Piano solo. Miss Ethel
Barksdale; vocal solo, Miss Winifred
Lewis; reading. Miss Delia Bradley:
vocal solo. Miss Petronella Connolly;
reading. Miss Eugenia Craig: vocal
solo. Miss Ruth Eddlngs; reading. Miss
Delia Bradley; vocal solo. Miss Cather
ine Pnitoh- national anthems. Accom-
panlat. Mrs.-Kathryne Johnson.
In Port From Australia.
VICTORIA, B. C, Sept. 22. The
steamer Marlama, whicji reached this
port this morning from Australia,
brought 87 flrst-class, 58 second-class
and 120 steerage passengers, and a
small cargo. One of the steerage pas
sengers, known as Texas Joe. became
Insane during the. voyage. The British
Rugby football team, which has been
playing a series of matches in Aus
tralia, was on DOard. homeward bound.
Sound Boats Again Cut Rates.
SEATTLE Wash., Sept. 22. Believing
there is no chance of a settlement of the
On to Arrive.
Name From. rat
Numantia. .. .Hnnekonft. .... In port
Breakwater. .Coos Bay. .....In port
Rose City. ...San Franclaoo. In port
Roanoka Los Angeles... Sept. 22
Alliance Coo. Bay Sept 24
Etate ol Cai.San Francisco. .Sept 28
G-so. VT. ElderSan Pedro Sept. 29
Arabia. . . . .Honskons . ... Sept.
A leal a Honskonc Nov. 1
Scheduled to Depart,
Name. For. !(.
Numantia. ...Hongkonr Pepi. 23
Breakwater. .Cooa Bay. . .. ..Sept. 23
Roanoke Lot Angeles... Sept. 24
Rom City... San Francisco. . Sept 21
Alliance Coos Bay Sept 20
Geo. W. EiderSan Pedro Oct. 1
8tate of Cai.San Francisco. Oct. 3
Ale.la. ...... Honikons Nov. 31
, Entered Tuesday.
Rose City. Am. steamship (Kld
ston), general cargo, from San Fran
cisco. R. D. Inman. Am. steamship
(Hardwlck), general' cargo from
Crescent, schooner (Olsen). in bal
last, from Mackawlll, H. T.
' Cleared Tuesday..
Crown of India. Br. bark (G11-,
bert). 111.04B bushels of -wheat, for
Queenstown or Falmouth, for orders.
R. D. Inman, Am. steamship
(Hardwlck). lumber, for San Fran
cisco. rate war troubles with the Canadian
Pacific, the International Steamship Com
pany today announced a cut in the Van
couver rate from $2 the round trip to $1.25.
The rate of 60 cents the round trip be
tween Seattle and Victoria on the Ameri
can boats la effective today, being the
same rate as offered by the Canadian
San Pedro Lumber Business.
SAN PEDRO. Cal.. Sept. 22. The steam
er Coronado sailed for Grays Harbor, via
San Francisco, to reload lumber.
The steamer Daisy arrived, four and
half days from Hoquiam, carrying 810,000
feet of lumber. '
The steamer Norwood arrived this morn
ing from Grays Harbor, via San Fran
cisco, with passengers and 900,000 feet of
The schooner Roy Somers sailed today
for Grays Harbor, to reload lumber.
Dredge Oregon at Coos Bay.
MARSHFIELD. Or., Sept. 22. (Spe
cial.) The dredge Oregon reached the
bay In good order with the exception
of Its smokestacks, which went over
board while It was outside the bar
waiting, being unable to cross in for
a day on account of tne rougn con
dition of the bar.
The steamer R. D. Inman goes to
Rainier today to finish lumber.
The British bark Crown of India
cleared yesterday, carries 111.049 bush
els of wheat shipped by Kerr, Glfford
The schooner Crescent arrived yes
terday from the Hawaiian port of Ma
kawall. She will probably remain in
the harbor about three weeks, accord
ing to the skipper.
Jim Butler was dropped down to
Llnnton yesterday where she is to take
100.000 feet of lumber and from there
will proceed to Astoria and load
250.000 feet of box material.
The State Sailor Boarding-House
Commission yesterday denied the ap
plication of Charles Jost for a license
to conduct a sailor boarding-house.
The commission received an applica
tion from Joseph "bunco" Kelly for a
Among the arrivals in this harbor
last night were the French bark Gen
eral Foy. 1737 tons, and the British
steamer Magdala, 3124 tons, both Kerr
Gifford charters. The General Foy
will take out about 100.000 bushels of
grain- and the Magdala 250,000 bushels.
' Forecaster E. A. Beals returned yes
terday from his tour of Inspection to
Government camp and left for a trip
along the coast. He Is to Inspect
weather signal displays from Coos Bay
to Puget 6ound and will be absent ten
days or two weeks.
Arrivals and Departures.
ASTORIA, Sept. 22. Arrived at 7 A. M.
and left up a A M. Steamer Roanoke
from San Francisco. Arrived at 7:40 and
left up at 10:40 A. M. British steamer
Magdala from Newcastle. Stlled at 8:30
A M. Schooner Scheme for Gamble.
Sailed at 8:50 A. M Steamer Tiverton.
Sailed at T:W A. M. "Steamer Colonel
Drake for San Francisco. Sailed at 8 A. M.
Steamer Eureka for Eureka. Arrived at
11:45 A. M. 'French bark General Foy from
Hobart. Outside Three-masted ship and
Dungenesa. Sept. 22 Passed Sept. 21
French bark Bretagne from Portland.
San Francicao Sept. 22. Arrived 2:30 P.
24 steamer Northland from Portland.
San Francisco. Sept. 22. Arrived
Steamer Assuan.- steamer Buckman. Seat
tle; steamer Alameda. Honolulu; steamer
Northland. Astoria. Sailed Steamer M. F.
Plant. Cooa Bay; steamer Tamalpals, Grays
Harbor; steamer Helena. Raymond; steamer
Carmel. Wlllap Harbor.
Tides at Astoria Wednesday.
High. ' Low
12:05 A M...8 0 feetl5:M A. M 0 8 feet
11:58 P. M...7.6 feet.:20 P. M....2.2 feet
Condition of the Bar.
Astoria. Sept. 22. Condition of the bar
at 6 P. M. Moderate; wind, northwest. 34
milse ; weather, clear.
Voters Organize Taft Clubs.
J. Frank Slnnott, president of the
State League -of Taft Clubs, reported
yesterday that the organization has ten
men in the field organizing Taft clubs
in every section of the state. Among
the field workers for the Bourne peo
ple are A. W. Orton, State Representative-elect,
and C. E. Lockwood. The
headquarters in this city are In charge
of President Slnnott and Secretary K.
IN OPENING GAME
Smith's Error and Timely Hits
Win for Beavers in Final
GREAT BALL BY KINSELLA
Vess Loucks, Ex-Portland Twirler,
Keeps Locals Puzzled, but Weak
ens In Fourth and Allows
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Portland 2, Oakland 1.
Los Angeles 1, San Francisco 0.
Standing of the Clubs.
Los Angeles ..
26i (30 201 7H1
. is:30! 33 T
.; 23; 22 26 1 71
BY W. J. PETRAIN.
Portland annexed the opening contest of
the final home series of the season yes
terday, defeating Oakland by the score
of 2 to 1. Eddie Kinsella, he of the large
proportions and awkward demeanor, oc
cupied the mound and was opposed by
the ex-Portlander, Vess Loucks. Eddie
was 14 karats fine, and so was Loucks,
but ,the Athenian with the nerve-wracking
delivery, was unfortunate in being
fcrced lo depend upon. Catcher Smith as
a third sacker.
This worthy's Darkest Africa heave of
Casey's bounder, in the inaugural chap
ter, gave Pearl the required Incentive to
tap the gong once. Smith's heave car
ried Into the right garden bleachers, . and
there being no necessity for ground
rules yesterday, the Portland captain was
entitled to the circuit. Mr. Trueadale,
who has been doing duty as an lnflelder
for the Oaks, was indisposed and this
required the conscripting of Catcher
Smith as guardian of the third sack. The
run he presented to Casey was all for
Portland until the fourth when, after
Oakland had tied the proceedings up Into
a double bow knot by finding Kinsy for
three bingles, the borne guard got busy
with Brother Vess and soused two hits,
one of which was a double, by Frambes.
This gave the locals tho lead.
Fast Double in First.
Mr. Cook, who has been doing duty as
Van Haltren's leading batter during the
recent games, was the first man to face
Kinsy In the opener. He very promptly
laced a single past Johnson. Happy Wil
11am Hogan was an easy out and Pop Van
Haltren followed Cook's example with
another hit In the same locality. Helt
muller banged to Cooney, whereupon the
Portland boys did away with Oakland
contingent by pulling off a fast double
play, wherein Van Haltren and the
"Wooden shoes" were Ice packed most
Then came Portland's half. Pearl
Casey was the first up and he banged
one at the catcher-third baseman, who
fielded neatly, but his cannon ball heave
carried yards above Miller's head. The
sphere landed in the right field bleachers,
giving the Portland captain all the time
needed In which to make the circuit.
Mickey La Longe opened, the third
canto for the visitors with a safety to
left. Loucks . fanned and when Cook
scorched another past Johnson, Mickey
got It into his head that he could ride
it to third, but Raftery was there with
the strong arm stunt and heaved the ex
Seal out a city block. Cook, however,
ambled to second on the play, and when
'Exulting William'' laced a single to
the Ryan patch, the chef trotted home
with Oakland's portion of the tally sheet.
Bassey in Old Position.
John Bassey, who performed In hfs old
position once more, opened the fourth for
the home guard with a safety to center.
Ryan's out sent him on one peg, and
when Frambes doubled to the left garden
wall, Bassey was the hero kid in bring
ing home Portland's second and winning
ace. After that both twlrlers were, in
vincible until the ninth, when two 'hits
In a row off Kinsella gave the fans cold
chills. However. Eddie settled nicely and
the Athenians were closed out without
doing further damage. .
The score of yesterday's game aa seen
by the official scorer is as follows:
A.B. R. IB. P.O. A. E.
Cook. If 4 1 Z 1 o o
Hogan, 2b 4 0 1 4 4 0
Van Haltren. ci i o i v y
HeltmuIIer, rf 4 0 2 1 0 0
Miller, lb 4 0 0 13 1 0
Smith, Sb " J-
La Longe. o S X i f I X
Loucks D 8 0 114 0
Totals 34 1 10 24 19 ' 1
A.B. R. IB. P.O. A. ?.
Casey. 2b 4 12 14 0
Cooney. as 4 0 0 2 7 0
Johnson. 3b 2 0 0 1 0 0
Danilg. lb 4 0 1 14 0 O
Raftery. cf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Baseey, It 3110 10
Rvan. rf 3 0 2 0 0 0
Frambes. c 3 0 2 8 0 0
Kinsella. p J 0 0 J 8 J)
Totals 29 2 8 27 15 0
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Oakland 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Hits 2 0 31 1 1 0 0 210
Portland 1 0010000 - 2
- Hits 0 2 1 3 0 1 1 O 8
Struck out Bv Loucks. 1: by Kinsella. 8.
Bases on belle Off Loucks. 2. Two-base hits
Frambes? Van Haltren. Double play
Cooney to Casey to Danzig. Stolen bases
Hogan Loucks. First base on errors Port
land 1. Left on bases Oakland. 6: Port
land 5. Time of game. 1 hour, 33 minutes.
Umpires Flynn and Cheyne,
SEALS OCTBATTED BY ANGELS
Sputherners Shut Out San Francisco
OAKLAND. Sept. 22. By outhittlng
San Francisco today Los Angeles won a
l-to-0 game. Hosp pitched a nice game
against the Seals. ' A beautiful throw
from center field by Oakes. which pre
vented Mohler from scoring, was the feat
ure of the game. Score:
AB. R, H. PO. A. E.
Oakes. cf 5 12 4 10
Wheeler, 3b 2 0 0 4 2-0
Dillon, lb . , 4 0 3 8 o 0
Brashear, rf 4 0 3 1 0 0
Howard, 2b 4 0 0 1 3 0
Ellis. If 4 0 O 1 0 0
Delmas. s 4 0. 0 1 2 1
Easterly, c 4 0 2 7 2 1
Hosp. p 4 0 1 0 2 0
Totals ...T .35 1 11 2T 12 2
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Mohler. 2b 4 0 1 8 0
? 1 :
I -57! i
Hlldebrand, If 2 Q 0 3 "0 0
Zelder. ss 4 0 1 5 4 1
Melchior, rf 2 0 0 3 0 0
Williams, lb 4 0 -2 6-2 0
Bc-k. cf 4 O 0 2 1 1
Berry, c 4 0 110 0
McArdle. 3b 3 O 1 1 1 0
Willis, p 3 0 0 0 4 0
Curtis. 3b 1 0 0 1 0 1
Bodle 0 0 0 0 O 0
Totals 31 O 6 27 15 3
Bodie batted for Melchior In ninth.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Los Angeles.. 10 010000001
Hits 2 110 0 113 1 U
San Francisco 0 00000000 0
Hits 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 8
Two-base hit. Easterly; sacrifice hits.
Wheeler. 2. Hlldebrand; first on balls. Hosp
3; struck out. Hosp . Willis 2; hit by
pitcher, by Hosp 1; double plays. Willis to
Zelder to Mohler: passed balls. Easterly:
wild xltch. Willis: stolen bases. Dillon;
time of game, 1 hour 40 minutes; umpires
O Connell and Ferine.
Seattl 7; Aberdeen 0.
SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 22. (Special.)
After allowing the Tacoma team to kick
them all around the lot last week, the-
locals braced ud todav and played high-
class baseball behind the fine pitching ol!
Rush. The work in the field was good,
particularly that of Bennett. The first
four men ud In the fourth inning lacoifl
out two singles and two two-baggerB.
Orlet al3o hit safe in the same innir
and Perholl robbed Rush of a hit by tak
ing a sizzling liner with one hand. ' Fomr
runs scored in the inning. In the eighth
Frisk was hit by a pitched ball aiJd
Waters walked. Standridge clouted t he
ball for two bases and Orlet followed svnt."
three more runs scoring. Score:
S?attle 0 004000S 07 It 1
Aberdeen 0 0000000 0-0 i 2
Batteries Russ and Fortler; Pernoll
and Fournier. Umpire Frary.
Vancouver 5; Butto 4.
VANCOUVER. Sept. 22. Qulgley ndade
the winning hit for Vancouver in the
twelfth inning today. Four errors in the
second Inning were good for one run
each to Butte, but the visitors did not
score again. The Beavers hit HanUness
freely, but Bcored seldom, men being left
on bases in almost every inning. Score:
Vancouver ...5 10 4 Butte j.4 4 7
Batteries Paddock and Arij ugast;
Harkness and Bender. ,'
Tacoma 0; Spokane 8.j
TACOMA, Sept. 22. Carston out pitched
Jensen today and had good suppo; rt, giv
ing Tacoma the first game in thj ) series
with Spokane. Score.
Tacoma 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 00 9 4
Spokane 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0' 08 5 1
Batteries Carson and Kellacky; Jen
sen and Rogers. Umpire Ruthj in.
WINS TWO GAMES FROM NEW
YORK AT GOTHAJM.
Victory Today Will Put fiYesterners
at Head of National : League.
Cleveland Leads Amej ricans.
Chicago's double victory oy er New York
on the latter's grounds yesirday brought
the leaders down to within, six points of
their formidable Western . opponents in
the National League pen! ant race. It
now -needs but the winning of today's
game by Chicago to put t: at club In the
lead in the race. So narrof is the margin
find no easily may it be flped out alto
gether that interest in thS two games of
the Chicago series yet to u le piayeo. is at
the highest pitch.
The standing this mornln) g is aa follows:
New York 635
Pittsburg i 620
Cleveland drew runner; aneaa in mo
American League race, (again defeating
New York, while Detroit was once more
beaten by Boston. The standing, Tues
day's game included, is:
Detroit 4 ?
sr tjiuIs A 504
Chicago 4-3; Neil York S-l.
NEW YORK, Sept. ' 22. The' Chicago
National League chant plons Inflicted a
setback on the local teil m by taking both
games today. This re jiced New York's
lead in the pennant 9 ace to six points.
McGlnnity was called in both games as
a relieving pitcher, aula Brown was also
seen In both games. saving the first by
his clever work when the home players
were hitting Overall B;o good advantage.
Chicago .4 9 1 R.H.E.
R.H.E.:f :ew York ...3 8 6
Batteries Overall, , Brown and Kling;
Ames, McGlnnity art d Bresnahan.
Chicago .......3 0)1 Iew York
Batteries Brown I ind Kling;
McGlnnity and Bresi lahan.
Umpires Emslle at nd O'Day.
1 6 0
'Philadelphia II); Cincinnati 3.
PHILADELPHIA,,' Sept. 22. Philadel
phia hit the ball hat rd today and knocked
Ewlng off the rubbisr In five innings, the
locals winning. 10 to J. Score:
Clncinantl ..2 7 21 Philadelphia 10 11 2
Batteries Ewins. Savidge and Schlel;
Corrlgan and DooJ n.
Umpires RIgler and Owen.
Boston 1) ; St. Louis 0.
BOSTON, Sept-; 22. St. Louis was shut
out by Boston tod .ay, 7 to 0. Score:
, R.H -E. ' R.H.E.
Boston 7 9 l8t Louis 0 10
Batteries MaU.ern and Smith; Baldwin
and C. Moran.
Umpire Johni tone.
Plttsbuig; S; Brook)"" 2.
BROOKLYN, Sept. 22. Pittsburg won
an 11-lnning H :tory from Donovan's men
today after an interesting pitchers' battle
between Maddf x and PaBtorius, the final
score being S fio 2. Score:
Pittsburg ...If 10 OiBrooklyn .,
Batteries Ifaddox and Gibson
ius and Faritier.
.2 7 3
AMB JtlOAN LEAGUE.
Clevel and 1 ; New York 0.
CLEVEL4 ND, Sept. 22. Cleveland
maintained its hold on first place to
day by defeating New York again, the
score being 7 to 0. New York could do
nothing with Joss. This was the first
easy victoz y for Cleveland in a week.
R.H.E.I " - R.H.E.
Cleyel'd. .,...7 9 aNe,jV York 0 6 4
Batteriem Joss, Bemis and Land;
Hogg, Manning and Blair and Sweeney.
B oston 4 ;
DETRd IT, Sept. .
22. The Detrolts
Every woman has so much pain;
work and worry in life that any need
less dally suffering from backache,
headache, dizziness, languor or other
kidney ills is unfortunate, indeed.
Doan's Kidney Pills have brought
now life, health and strength to thou
sands of women afflicted in this way,
by curing the kidneys. If you don't
Just understand your condition, don't
forget that It may be the kidneys. -
Women easily fall victim to kidney
lills. The confining work a woman
does, the tight, heavy clothing she
wears, the constant bending, reaching
and lifting of housework, the cares of
bringing up children, are all trying.
lAnv fever, cold, chill or strain may
I weaken the kidneys, and set up conges
tion, with backache and disturbances
of the urtne.
Too many women have come to think
that backache, pain through the hips,
headache, "blues," dizzy spells, sick
headache, nervousness and swelling of
the ankles, wrists or limbs, are trou
bles peculiar to the sex. Don't make
that mistake. Suspect your kidneys
first. Men have similar aches when
the kidneys are sick.
It Is a woman's duty to herself and
to her family to detect the first signs
of kidney weakness, and to give the
bn.vi rn-omnt helrt. A aneclal rem
edy for weakened or diseased kidneys, I
.Sold by all dealers.
were unable to hit Cicotte connectedly
and lost to Boston, 4 to 1. Score:
Detroit. . . ..1 8 2Boston. . ..'..412 2
Batteries Wlllett - and Schmidt;
Cicotte and Donohua.
Chicago Game Postponed; Rain.
CHICAGO, Sept 22. Rain caused the
postponement of today's game between
Chicago and Philadelphia. The game
was called in the first half of the sec
ond Inning, with the score 1 to 0 in
favor of Philadelphia. ' The game will
be played tomorrow.
Begin Practice at O. A. C.
CORVALLIS, Or., Sept 22. (Spe
cial.) Football practice began at the
Oregon Agricultural College this af
ternoon with 15 men in uniform and
Coach Norcross In command. Cooper
and Cody were the only regulars to
report Captain Collette and Keck,
who performed very well on the sec
ond team last year, and Parker and
Moore, two likely-looking new candi
dates, were in the squad. "Norky"
gave the men some llmberlng-up ex
ercises and a little work in handling
the . ball and then sent them to the
Big Increase In Seattle's Expense.
SEATTLE, Wash., Sept 22. When
the finance committee of the Council
took up the annual tax levy and ap
propriation budget this morning it was
apparent that the several departments
had asked for nearly $4,000,000 more
than was allowed the same depart
ments for the expenses of 1908. In
creases are asked in practically every
The allowances last year aggregated
.2,707,000 and the demands this year
amount to approximately 86,700,000.
SAYS SHE SLEW HUSBAND
Bach us. After Implicating
Three Men. Blames Herself.
LBWISTON, Idaho, Sept. 22. (Special.)
R. D. Anderson, charged with the mur
der of James Bach us, at Glfford, was re
leased upon his own recognizance today
after evidence introduced at the prelimi
nary examination. Anderson was arrest
ed upon evidence secured from Mrs,
Bach us, wife of the murdered man, who
confessed to Sheriff Harry Lydon, impli
cating Anderson, a farmer sweetheart, in
the killing of her husband.
Since the arrest of Anderson the woman
has told several stories and It is under
stood she has made a final confession
in which she claims to have fired the
Mrs. Bachus is known to have made
three complete confessions to which she
was sworn before magistrates. The first
confession implicated a young man named
Driscou and the second story placed
the blame upon Anderson. The last story
told by the womaij takes the blame to
FOR PIMPLES, TOO
Heir Discovery Cures Ecsema - and
- Eradicates Minor Skip Troubles
A few months ago the dispensers of
poslam, the new discovery for the cure
of eczema, decided to allow the drug
gists of the country to handle it
Previous to that time it could only be
obtained direct from the laboratories.
Since this change In the method of
distribution, poslam has met with the
most phenomenal success of anything
Introduced to the drug trade In the
last 30 years. Ail leading druggists,
including the Skldmore Drug Co Port
land, are now carrying the special 60
cent size recently adopted, also the 22
This great success is not surprising
when It Is remembered that. In eczema
cases, poslam stops the Itching with
first application, proceeds to heal Im
mediately, and cures chronic cases In
a few weeks. In minor skin troubles.
such as pimples, blackheads, acne,
herpes, blotches, rash, etc., results show
after an overnight application. Experi
mental samples of poslam are sent to
anyone by mall free of charge by
the Emergency Laboratories, 32 West
Twenty-fifth Street, New York City.
MAKE LAZY LIVERS WORK
You know that tired feeling the
feeling that is so prevalent in Spring
and Summer? That's because your liver
is not performing properly.
You know tnat cnuca-xuu sensation
you often nave just alter eating t
That s also due to your liver not act
ing right '
You Know tne pains ot sick neaa-
ache, the torture of indigestion, the
discomfort ot a sour stomacn, or du
inuRnpflfl. of rlslns- bile? That's be
cause your liver is not on the Job.
You know tne sunering oi constipa
tion bad stomach, bowel inflamma
tion and similar troubles often leading
to serious complications and you
would be rid of all these if you could?
You can take Lane's Pills. They
make lazy livers work.
Lane s Fins are a specmc lor an
They never cramp or gripe, never
leave any 111 or after effects. One pill
Is a dose, and there are twenty-five
doses in a bottle sold by druggists at
;5c. Made by Chas. E. Lane & Co.,
Chemists, St Louis, Mo. Sold in Port
land by the Laue-Davis Drug Co., at
their four stores Third and Yamhill,
342 Washington street. Twenty-fourth
and Thurman and at East Twenty-
eighth and East unsan.
SUFFER NEEDLESS PAIN
Many Mysterious Aches
May, be Cured by Cur
ing the Kidneys
Price So cent. Fosrut-MiLsuiut Co, fiuflalo,
herself and while officers regard the
latter story as correct, it is generally
believed that the woman has laid careful
plans for insanity, to escape the gallows.
RUN FrRST CARS THURSDAY
Vancouver Preparing Celebration at
Advent of Trolley Line.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Sept. 22. (Spe
cial.) The new streetcars for the Van
couver street railway arrived in the city
this evening and the street railway com
pany at once began making preparations
for the opening of the line which will take
place on Thursday afternoon.
Tha Columbia Club has taken up the
matter of arranging for a celebration and
appointed as the committee on arrange
ments J. J. Padden, E. S. Blesecker, J.
H. Elwell and E. E. Beard. The follow
ing programme will be carried outi The
business men of Vancouver, with the offi
cials of the Vancouver Traction Company
and several business men from Portland,
will make the initial trip over the entire
line. At the city limits, addresses will be
made by railway officials, Tom Richard
son of the Portland Commercial Club, and
business men of Vancouver. Following
EVERY PICTURE TLIS A STORY
A FREE MUSEUM OF ANATOMY
FOR MEN ONLY
For the benefit of men only we have abided to our office equipment a
free museum of anatomy, presenting a study of health and disease In all
Its various forms, and affording educational opportunities not found else
where. Man, know thyself. Study the natural and unnatural condi
tions of the human body as illustrated by life-sized models.
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT IT
WE CURE MEN
Do not waste your life consulting Irregular "doctors" who possess
neither the education, skill nor experience necessary to find out what
your aliment is, much less to successfully treat and cure you. -
Things that are not done right never turn out well. Begin right!
Consult na! We are resmlarly graduated Specialists, whose original In
vestigations and long study into the cause and cure ot special diseases
have caused us to be duly recognised as the leading specialists In our
line. - ' -
We Cure Quickly, Safely and Thoroughly
WEAKNESS OF MEJf, VARICOCELE, HYOHOCELE, NERVOUS DEBIL
ITY. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. SORES, ULCERS, SWOLLEN
GLANDS, KIDNEY, BLADDER AND RECTAL DISEASES, PROSTATE
GLAND DISORDERS AND ALL CONTRACTED SPECIAL DISEASES OF
CURES GUARANTEED OR NO PAY.
Men make no mistake when they come to us. We give you the re
sults of long experience, honest conscientious work, and the best serv
ice that money can buy. If you are ailing, consult us. Medicines fur
nished In our private laboratory from $1.50 to 35.00 a course.
If you cannot call, write for self-examination blank. Hours t A. M.
to a P. M. dally. Sundays, S to 12 only.
OREGON MEDICAL INSTITUTE
291 Morrison St., Between Fourth and Fifth, Portland, Or.
IS MY FEE in
No other physician employs a like method
and so thorough Is my work that there need not
be the slightest fear of a relapse Into the old
condition. It Is not a question of whether you
can be cured, but whether you will be cured.
Don't wait until It is too late. My method is
perfect and quick. The cure Is absolutely cer
tain. I use NO KNIFE, cause no pain and you
need not be detained from your work for one
day. . I especially solicit those cases where
money has been wasted on electric belts and
The Scientific Treatment of Weakness
Dosing-the system with powerful stimulants and tonics in an effort
to restore functional vigor can have but one final result: The condition
Is rendered worse than before. "Weakness" is merely an indication of a
low form of Inflammation in the prostate gland, and this inflammation
is but aggravated by stimulating remedies that excite temporary activ
ity. I employ the only scientific and fully effective treatment for "weak
ness," which effects a permanent cure bv restoring the prostate gland to
a sound and healthy state. I obtain complete results in every case I treat,
Those In any trouble suffering from SPER
MATORRHOEA, LOSSES AND DRAINS. VARI
COCELE. HYDROCELE, BLOOD POISON OR
ar.y other disease tending to destroy and disfig
ure and to render happiness impossible arc urged
to call upon me without delay. .
Consultation and, Advice Free
HOURS B A. M. TO B P. M. SUNDAYS 10 TO 1.
The DR. TAYLOR Co.
234V MORRISON STREET.
CORNER SECOND AND MORRISON STREETS. PORTLAND,
for backache and urinary disorders, la
Doan's Kidney Pills, a composition of
vegetable ingredients that may be
taken by strong or weak, or young or
old. for the action is gentle, and only
on the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills
restore normal action of the kidneys,
regulate the urine, drive out back
ache and languor, and cure liidney
Mrs. J. W. Painter, 445 E. Market St.,
Portland. Oregon, says: "I have Just
as much confidence In the efficiency of
Doan's Kidney Pills today as when I
publicly recommended them in 1903,
after they had relieved me of kidney
trouble. A severe spell of sickness had
left my kidneys In- a disordered condi
tion and aa time passed,. I suffered from
frequent attacks of backache. The pain
was sometimes almost unbearable, and
I was unable to assume any position
that was comfortable. Headaches and
dizzy spells were of frequent occur
rence and It was often quite an effort
for me to get about. The various
remedies I used proved of little avail
and when Doan's Kidney Pills wera
brought to my attention, I procured a
box at the Laue-Davis Drug Co. The
results of their use were gratifying and
I do not hesitate to recommend them
to others afflicted In a similar man-
thla the visiting guests will be entertained
at luncheon at the 8t. Elmo Hotel by the
business men of the city. After -the first
trip is made over the line, the cars for
the rest of the day will be at the disposal
of the citizens of Vancouver and freel
rides will be given to any and all whor
wish to go over the line.
The street railway company last night
asked for an extension of the present
franchise to build a loop line along Twenj
ty-slxth street on the northern limits of
the city and south on Smith and Franklin
to Eleventh and thence to Main, thus
completing the circle. The line when thus
finished will furnish service to almost
every part of the city.
Go to Country Clnb
Pacific National Show,
See Bi Ad, Page 7.
FOR A COMPLETE CintB IX AWT SIM-,
PLB, UNCOMPLICATED DISEASE.
EXAMINATIONS AND ADVICE FREE.
The Leading Specialist.
NOT A DOLLAR
NEED BE PAID