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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912.
HA! NEARLY WIPES
OUT LISTER S LEAD
Washinaton Returns Show
Race for Governor Grows
SOCIALIST VOTE ENORMOUS
Man Followers Poll Three Times as
Many Ballots as In 1908 Initia
tive and Referendum and Re-
, call Seem to Carry.
' SEATTLE. "Wash.. Nov. 7. The. Hay
strongholds were heard from late this
afternoon and for a time Lister's plu
rality was almost wiped out. Fifteen
hundred and sixty precincts out of
1S0S In the statu (rive: For Governor,
Lister (Dem.), 85.867; Hay Rep.), 3.
940. The Lister supporters are-alarmed
for the first time. Only seven precincts
in Kins; County, which has been giving
Hay his plurality, are yet to be count
ed. A great majority of the precincts
to come In will give Hay pluralities.
For President 1473 precincts give
Roosevelt 88.735. Wilson 67,970, Taft
For Con grressman-at-Large 1389 pre
cincts give Falconer (Prog.) 7,721.
Bryan (Prog.) 65,673, Dewey (Rep.) 60,
94. Frost (Rep.) 59,717. Connor (Dem.)
53.810. White (Dem.) 61.027.
The Socialist vote In the state was
probably three times that of 1908. In
Snohomish County Debs polled nearly
3000 votes and Anna Maley, the candi
date for Governor, received more votes
than either Hay or Lister.
Not many counties have reported the
votes on the Initiative and referendum
and recall, but apparently these two
amendments to the state constitution
have been adopted by a large majority.
The Republicans have carried the
Third District and seem likely to elect
Humphrey in the First and Johnson In
the Second District. The prospect,
therefore. Is that Washington' will have
three Republican and two Progressive
Congressmen.. The state offices below
those of Governor are divided among
Progressives and Republicans, no Dem
ocrat having been elected.
Womaa Heads Electors.
Mrs. Helen J. Scott, of Tacoma, whose
name wa on the very top of the vic
torious Progressive ticket, probably
will be chairman of the Washington
electors who will cast seven votes for
Theodore Roosevelt In the electoral col
lege. She la a prominent clubwoman
and charity worker In Tacoma. She
waa the only woman on the state ticket
to be elected. On the Socialist ticket
women had the most Important places.
On the Republican ticket Mrs. Joseph
ine Preston, candidate for Superintend
ent of Public Instruction, was defeated.
8o far as known, no womart was elected
to the Legislature.
Complete returns from 101 precincts
In Tirami and Pierce County, leaving
4S precincts yet to be heard from,
among which are some of the largest in
-i- Rnnuvtlt 8120. Wilson
4234 and' Taft 4193. The same number
of precincts in the race for Governor
give Lister the lead In his home county.
.. t . - . . i nf it 1 7 1 vnt.r Hodrt runs
second, with 5533, and Hay third, with
Bryan and Falconer, Bull Moose can
didates for Congressman-at-laxge. will
carry. this county over Frost and Dewey,
Republican nominees. The figures for
the 101 precincts reported to the Au
ditor give Bryan 6211. Falconer 6367,
Frost 4442 and Dewey 5038.
Warbartoa Holds Lead.
For Congressman from the Second
District, the figures show Warburton,
Bull Moose, with 7348; Johnson, Repub
lican, with 438L and Munday, Democrat,
with 2767 for 101 precincts. Reports
from 303 of the 630 precincts in the Sec.
ond District give Johnson 14.010, War
burton 13,108 and Munday 9079.
With the exception of MeaUl, Re
publican candidate for State Treasurer,
all the other state offices and all, or
almost all, county as well seem to have
gone to the Bull Moose In this county.
Meath Is carrying his home county,
with a total of 6810 votes to 5205 for
Cory, Progressive, and 2478 for Gilbert,
Democrat, for ten precincts,
i There are but one or two close races
on the county ticket. C. J. Carr, candi
date for County Treasurer, has main
tained a alight lead over Lang-low,
Bull Moose, and seems to stand the
most show of election. Carr, for the
101 precincts, received 6436 votes,
Langlow 6397 and Johns 3043. the lat
ter a Democrat. '
Longnalre, Republican candidate for
County Sheriff, is running about 250
votes behind Jamleson. Bull Moose, and
Is still conceded a slight chance.
Ball Moose Take Legislature.
Returns thus far Indicate that the
port district proposal has lost In the
county. Returns from the 101 precincts
give 5600 votes against the plan to
6356 for. No tally Is possible yet on
the amendments to the constitution.
Judge Black Is leading Judge Main
in the race for the third place on the
Supreme Court bench, while Judge J.
M. Am t son has a slight lead over
Judge G. M. Easterday for Superior
The state legislative ticket, accord
ing to returns thus far, will be made
up entirely of Bull Moose.
The single-tax amendment to the
city charter was adopted at Tuesday's
election by a vote of X to 1. Everett,
the fourth city In sine in the state. Is
the first to adopt this method of tax
ation. H.r WIXS CHEHALIS COCXTX
Governor's Plurality Is 1634 So
clalist Vote Gains Heavily.
ABERDEEN, Wash., Nov. 7. (Spe
cial.) With 63 precincts in and four
from which returns are lacking, the fol.
lowing is the vote In Chehalls County:
Taft 2699, Wilson 1864, Debs 1575.
Governor Hay 3446, Lister 1814,
Maley 1511. Hodge 1271.
Congressman, Second District John
son 3430. Munday 1473, Aller 1797, War
Warburton ran behind the Socialist,
as did also Hodge. The three pre
cincts yet to be heard from will make
Hay goes out of the county with a
plurality of 1634, Johnson with 1688.
The vote was about 8000 out of 10,000
The entire Republican ticket, with
the execption of W. D. Paine, for Treas
urer, who was defeated by J. McGllll
cuddy, - Democrat, was elected by a
great plurality. "The Socialists have
made great gains. The entire Repub
lican state ticket goes out from here
with an average plurality of 1650.
HAT HIGH IX CLARK- COINTY
. i '
Wilson, Roosevelt, Taft Ran in Or
VANCOUVER, Wash.. Nov. 7. (Spe
cial. Complete returns 4n all it pre
cincts In Clark County give Hay 2634.
Lister 2428. Hodge 1326, Hart 2801. Col
lier 2093. Teats 1354, Howell 2681, Ryan
2002. Ford 1373. Meath 2593. Gilbert
i044, Cory. 1495. Clausen 2750, Stephen
son 2030, Moberg 1857, Tanner 2710,
Jones 204.. Mills 1385, saviage zs
Schooley 1944. Kaufman 1332, Preston
2724. Monroe 2041. Beach 1501. Flshback
2819. Murphy 2016, Collins 1297, Frost
2404, Dewey 2600, Connor 2093, White
1697. Bryan 1465. Falconer. 1487, John
son 1664. Munday 3521, Warburton 1359
Taft 1867. Wilson 2551, Roosevelt 2077
REPUBLICANS RETAIX HOPE
Johnson, for Congress, Leads In 45 7
Out of 335 Precincts
TACOMA, Wash., Nov. 7. Albert
Johnson, Republican, has a lead of 613
votea for Congress. Second District,
over Stanton Warburton, incumbent.
In 457 out of 535 precincts jonnson
has 21.655. Warburton 21,042. Twenty
three of the remaining precincts are in
Pierce and Jefferson counties, where
Warburton is ahead, and 65 in coun
ties where Johnson is running well in
At 8 o'clock Republican headquarters
refuse to concede Governor Hay s oe
feat and claimed the election of the
rest of the state ticket, with the possi
ble exception of Mrs. Josephine Pres
ton, nominee for School superinten
GOLDEXDALE IS FOR TAFT
Wilson Rnns Second in 21 of 35 Pre
cincts Hay Has Big Lead.
GOLDENDALE. Wash- Nov. 7. (Spe
cial.) Unofficial returns from 21 pre
cincts out of 35 in Klickitat County
Taft 878, Wilson 857, Kooseveit io.
Frost 993, Dewey 1011, Connor 549,
White 667. Bryan 412. Falconer 399,
Johnson 1012. Munday 600, Warburton
350, Hay 1151, Lister 652. Hodge sis,
Hart 1155. Collier 612. Teats 337, How
ell 1108, Ryan 503. aFord 337, Meath
1066. Gilbert 610. Cory 332, Clausen
1069. Stevenson 502. Hoberg. 322. ran
ner 1092, Jones 605, Mills 327, Preston
1110 Monroe 498, Beach 303, Flshback,
1102. Murphy 498. Collins 320, Savage
1092. Schooloy 492, Kaulman 34s.
N. B. Brooks. Goldenoaie. uem., was
elected Representative; W. T. Darch, of
Goldendale. was elected Judge for
Klickitat, Skamania and Cowlitz coun
JOHXSOX CLAIMS 11 COUNTIES
Majorities Are Shown in All but
Three in Entire District.
HOQUIAM. Wash., Nov. 7. (Special.)
Albert Johnson, Republican candidate
for Congress in the Second District,
carried 11 of the IS counties In the
district over Warburton, Roosevelt
Progressive, by the following majori
ties by counties: Chehalls, Ave pre
cincts missing, 1688; Clark, 274: Thurs
ton. 773; Mason, 77: Clallam, two pre
cincts missing, 187: pacinc, nve pre
cincts missing. 605; Wahkiakum, 9;
Klickitat. 15 out of 35 precincts, 335;
Skamania, 233; Cowlitz, Incomplete, 482;
Lewis, several small precincts missing,
Warburton's plurality over Johnson
n Pierce county, witn in precincts
missing, is 4696, and In Jefferson, with
eight Drecincts missing, is 21. John
son's margin is 916. Advices from Ta
coma say that the missing Pierce pre
cincts wilf not go over 400 against
Johnson, who claims that uncounted
precincts in Chehalls and Klickitat will
add 300 to his lead.
HARD TIMES IN . JAPAN
Poor Condition of the Lower Classes
Cause for Concern..
The lamented death of the Emperor
Mutsuhito (writes Reuter's Toklo cor
respondent) has only temporarily
checked the discussion and considera
tion of what remains and must remain
for a long time the most important
affair in the state, the condition or the
lower classes. The semi-official .T.-pan
Times has published what woul.i in
any case be a noteworthy article, but
which, considering the nature of the
columns in which it appears, must be
considered a most remarkable expose
of the conditions of the people.
"The cost of living keeps going up;
no one seems to be able to reach out
his hands to bring the steadily ascend
ing ballopn to the ground; people help
lessly watch Its course and gasp. At
the same time poverty walks about at
large and the miseries of life Increase.
Above all, the heads of families of the
laboring class seem to have the worst
allotment of miseries and tortures.
Many of them are dally deserting their
wives and families.
"The laboring men cannot support
their families with the scanty wages
they get. The little storekeepers find
It impossible to balance their ledgers
with the credit ahead of the debit,
and are universally discouraged by dull
business. At home their wives need
money and their children are simply
crying aloud from starvation. The
hard-pressed and miserable husbands
go out in the morning to search for
work, and many of them never return
again at night.
"Dally the charity lodging - houses
are crowded by women and children
begging a night's lodging, to drift
away the next morning, to return again
at night starving. Many of them are
sick, husbandless and fatherless, pen
niless and homeless. Some of them fol
low the paths of their husbands to
According to further details given.
the hospitals are overcrowded, and the
arrangements for the succor of such
poor people are most inadequate, espe
cially as the Imperial Benevolence
Association, founded by the late Em
peror, is accessible to only a few of
the more fortunate who may be provld-1
ed with a doctor's nomination.
The general hard times in Japan are
making themselves felt in ways that
mean Increased difficulties for the
government. The heavy increase In
crime means Increased outlay on pris
ons and prisoners' food. The number
of suicides is also rather alarming,
while the persistent strikes and threats
to strike can only be satisfactorily
settled by the payment of at least liv
ing wages. At the present time 20.000
hands at the Koishikawa and other
arsenals are agitating for increases.
Whittler, Cal., Strong for Chafin.
WHITTIER, Cal., Nov. 7. This city
lays claim to having polled the largest
proportionate vote in the country for
Chafin, the Prohibition candidate for
President. He received 452 votes or
32 more than were given Taft, Debs
and Wilson combined; .Roosevelt re
Bootlegger Jumps Bond.
SALEM. Or.. Nov. 7. (Special.)
Syble Gilliam, convicted of bootlegging
in Wallowa County has . escaped to
Montana and requisition papers were
issued by Governor W est- for him to
day. Gilliam was convicted in the
lower court, placed on bonds and an
appeal was taken to the Supreme
Court where the conviction was sus
tained In the meantime Gilliam went
AH the Comforts of Vacation. '
New York Weekly.
Winter Visitor (In Florida) I should
love dearly to go sailing, but it looks
very dangerous. Do not people often
get drowned in this bay? Waterman
No. Indeed, - mum. . The . sharks never
lets anybody drown.
Governor's' Motion to Employ
H. M. Esterly in Special Suit
Is Voted Down.
KAY RESOLUTION ADOPTED
Attorney-General Is Requested to
Commence Suit Immediately for
Cancellation of Deeds 'Where
Fraud. Is Alleged.
SALEM, Or., Nov. 7. (Special.) A
clash came In the State Land Board to
day with State Treasurer 'Kay and Sec
retary Olcott aligne'd on one side and
Governor West on the other, over the
hiring of H. M. . Esterly as special
counsel for the state in the matter of
cancellation of deeds to public lands
said to have been secured fraudulently
In the Benson-Hyde transactions.
Kay and Olcott opposed the Gover
nor's move and refused to sanction the
employment of Esterly or any special
counsel in the cases, unless it was de
termined that .the Attorney-General
would not act.
The Governor contended that he had
written to the Attorney-General a year
ago last April, calling his attention to
these eases, and that the Attorney-
General had not taken action so far.
I Resolution Is Introduced.
The State Treasurer insists that the
Attorney-General should handle the
matter and that no state funds be
expended unless it is proved necessary.
He declared that the Attorney-General
is serving his third time as the choice
of the people; that he received the big
gest vote of any man running for the
o fllce, and that if he is not competent
to handle the cases It will be the
fault of the people and not of the
Mr. Kay called 'attention to section
8886 of Lord's Oregon laws which pro
vides among other things that the
State Land Board shall have authority
to pass upon all matters coming be
fore it for consideration or in any way
affecting lands of the state; to hear
and decide all disputes between appli
cants; to cancel and annul certificates
of sale obtained through fraud or in
any Illegal manner, and no action in
this matter ever having been taken by
the Board, he made the following
'That the Attorney-General be re
quested to commence suit immediately
in the above-mentioned case to cancel
the deeds issued by the state to the
lands included therein, and press the
same to early conclusion and report
progress to the Board from time to
Governor Votea No.
This motion carried, Secretary of
State Olcott and State Treasurer Kay
voted 'aye and Governor West no.
The1 Governor said that while he was
heartily in favor of instituting this
suit, and at the earliest possible mo
ment, he was opposed to placing the
matter solely In the hands of the At
torney-Genetal, for the reason that his
office had previously taken such action
as shown by correspondence he sub
mitted, and no . results had been
obtained. Further he declared that
owing to the failure of the Attorney
General to take action in the matter,
he had no faith in his accomplishing
anything In the future; that these
lands were valuable and meant thou
sands of dollars to the school fund
and that he believed special counsel
should be employed by the Board to
conduct the suit in order that It
might be promptly and vigorously
prosecuted and no loss result to the
school fund by reason of neglect.
RESTORE NORTH CHURCH
Boston's Revolutionary Landmark Is
Taking on Its Old Appearance.
From the chaos of loose bricks and
unplaced panels. Christ Church (better
known as the Old North Church of the
school histories) ' is re. emerging In
something closely resembling Its orig
inal guise. Restoration is at best a
difficult and often thankless task, but
fortunately this process at Christ
Church was in part simplified by cer
tain authentic records of the .building s
The first conspicuous change is In the
building's exterior. During the last
Summer the walls have been sand
blasted, Tiddlng them of the drab paint
which has darkened them for years.
and revealing the brick in a warm, rich
tone which will weather to a still more
mellow red.' The front doors of the
church, which were without doubt not
original, have been removed, and a new
pair, the, lower panels of which have
been given the diamond or triangular
nape, has been substituted. Above
them is a fan-light with leaded panes
of glass. With the walls freshened to
a glowing red and the spire and win
dow frames trimmed with white paint.
the church wears probably more nearly
Its original look than it has within the
memory of any living person.
The pew plan of the church was for
tunately extant, and it was possible
from the paneling which remained to
reconstruct the pew arrangement in
virtually the original form. This has
been carried out, using as much of the
original paneling and as many of the
old doors as remained, and making the
new a faithful reproduction of the old.
The pews as thus rebuilt are of the
long, "slip" shape, and of nearly uni
form size, except those set apart tor
the notables the Governors pew
(which has, by the way, been made the
graceful occasion of a generous gift
from Governor Foss), and "the pew for
the gentlemen ef the Bay of Honduras,"
a group of merchants who gave, in the
early days, the money for the spire.
During the turmoils oi restoration
the bust of Washington has been re
moved from its marble niche, but will
be reolaced. not for any special merit
as a work of art which it may possess.
hut- for long association ana ior its
unique position as being the first publia
monument erected to wasmngton in
America. Its date is 1815.
The walls, which were previously
blank, save for frescoes, will be diver
sified by an- array of appropriate tab
lets; ene in memory of the first offi
cers of the cnurcn, oeanng xne oan
Anrll. 1724: one in memory, of Major
John Pitcairn; one in piemory of the
ReV. Tlmotny sutler; no in iiiciuuiy ui
the Rev. Mather Byles, the last minis
ter before the Revolution; one In mem
ory of Captain ThomaS James Gruchy,
mmnr1r of the privateer Queen of
Hungary, who gave the cherubim which
ornament tne irom oi mo ui6n, uni
one to the memory of Captain Cyprian
Southack. who gaye the belfry clock In
use before the revolution.
Clatsop County Teachers Sleet.
ASTORIA. Or., Nov. 7. (Special.)
The Clatsop 'County Teachers Institute
convened here yesteraay ana win
continue until tomorrow evening. ,ii
is being largely attended and me pnn-
A Rousing Appetite
Is a Keen Delight
And, What Is of Greater Interest,
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Enable
the Stomach to Digest What
ever Is Eaten.
We'all like to see the way healthy
children devour their meals. Would
we could all do the same!. Eating
ought to be a delight. It is one of
life's chief enjoyments. . People who
cannot relish, a good meal are apt to
fall into those Ill-tempered moods from
which they view the world as a sorry
place to live in. So let us learn to em
ploy the best means of harmonizing
our existence ' and thus extraat from
our daily grind' all the pleasure there
is to be had This we can do by keep
ing our stomachs in prime, active
A majority of people have come to
know the blessings which an occa
sional use of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets confer upon the stomach. They
are unquestionably the most popular
remedy known, for the reason that
dyspepsia is the national- disease, and
these wonderful little tablets have long
since acquired a national reputation
as a thoroughly reliable and efficient
cure for all forms of dyspepsia and
No matter-how great the excess of
food taken Into the stomach, one or
two of these tablets will digest every
part!cle,-of it. - A package of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets should always be In
the house. Many a person has saved
himself from a serious attack of acute
indigestion by using them after heavy
meals, such as are eaten Christmas,
New Tear's. Thanksgiving and other
holidays and festal seasons.
After attending banquets, late sup
pers, heavy fancy dinners, after-theater
parties, etc., where one has 'dined
sumptuously and luxuriantly, Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets should Invariably be
used, as they digest the food perfectly
and completely, and prevent all possi
bility of dyspepsia, which, without
their use, is more'than likely to ensue.
Americans are exceedingly fond of
the good things of life, and there Is
apt to be great excess of eating, and
the only way to overcome its bad
effects on the stomach Is to employ a
powerful and efficient digestive such
as Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, which
always insure a good digestion.
Obtain a 50c box from your druggist
cipal addresses are being made by
Professors J. H. Ackerman and E. S.
Evenden, of the State Normal School;
Professors E. D. Ressler and A. G,
Bouquet, of the Agricultural College;
A. H. Chamberlain, of San .Francisco
and Mrs. Mamie L. Fulkerson, of Salem.
CONVICTS TO BE HANGED
GOVERNOR SAYS PEOPLE'S AVILXi
Executive Clemency, However, It Is
Said', May Be Exercised When
' Circumstances Demand.
SALEM, Or., Nov. 7.-SpeciaI.) Fri
day, December 13, Is a day of ill-omen
for the five murderers at the State
Penitentiary. Today'Governor West is
sued a statement that he will abide by
the will xf the people, and that the
reprieved men will be hanged.
He Says that there may be times
wherf the circumstances will cause his
office to use execuitve clemency, but
that "hanging is to be the order of the
day." . .
In a formal statement issued this
morning the Governor Bald:
"The question of the abolishment of
capital punishment was fairly pre
sented to the voters of the state, and
they made It plain that they are. In
favor of hanging. While I am, of
course, dlsappoiated in the result, I
have no complaint to make or criti
cism to offer. '
"I fought for the abolishment of
capital punishment because my con
science dictated such action. I have
always been opposed-to it and always
"However, the voters of this state
have declared their wishes in the mat
ter and I intend to abide by their de
cision. There may be times when cir
cumstances will cause this office to use
executive clfmency, but hanging Is to
be the order of the day. Friday, the
13th day of December, should be a red
letter day for many of those who favor
capital punishment I am sorry our
seating capacity in the death chamber
is so limited, for we undoubtedly will
be obliged to turn away many who
have been looking forward to this
event. However, we will do the best
JUSTICE LOSES SCALES
Accident to Oregon City Statue
OREGON CITY, Or.. Nov. 7. (Spe
cial.) Several near-superstitious anti-
Wilson men today called attention to
the fact that the scales were missing
from the statue of Justice on the dome
of the Courthouse. The scales were
blown away Tuesday night Just after
The Morning Oregonian had flashed the
result of the election.
The near-superstlttous say the dis
aster is portentous of hard times dur
ing the Democratic Administration, but
the nappy Democrats only laugh and
call attention to the fact that not only
the scales were blown from the figure
during the Taft Administration, but the
left arm, which held the scale's also
suffered dismemberment. County Judge
Beatle, a Democrat, who is being men
tioned for the office dT United States
Marshal, bats the scales will be re
placed as soon as possible and that WI1-
son will make one of the best presi
dents the country ever had.
EXPENSES MUST BE FILED
Small Disbursements Xo Excuse for
Overlooking Legal Requirements.
SALEM. Or.. Nov. 7. (Special.)
Whether candidates betore the general
election made expenditures to aid in
their election or whether they did not,
It is compulsory under the law for
them vo file a statement of their ex
penses, according to' an ultimatum
handed out by Secretary Olcott today.
Inquiries have been received from
some candidates who have expended
$50 or less in their political fights
expressing the belief that it Is unnec
essary for them to file any such state
ment. Biologists Study Bird Lire.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or., Nov. 7. (Spe
cial.) Im Alva Lewis and Stanley G.
Jewett, of the United States Biological
Survey, are here from Portland, for the
purpose of marking the boundaries of
the bird preserve on the Lower Klam
ath Lake and of that at Clear Lake in
California. While here they will also
make a study of the conditions of bird
life in this section and the food taken
by the different species. ;
Etna Logging Road Under Way.
WOODLAND. Wash.. Nov. 7. Spe-.
clal.) Steel rails for the logging road
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feplces, per can, tn 7tLn.
range from M.JC U f 3C
bos:..p..:20c to $2.25
COOPER'S WITCH HAZEL SALVE.
With v arnica and carbolic acid. A
healing antiseptic oiutment, for ,
cuts, bruises and old sores. Of?
Per large box. ...buC
A cough and cold compound that not
only helps but relieves theoej
most stubborn oases faOC
LANE'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS.
A mild laxative, good for torpid
VICHY A"D KISSI.GE. TABLETS
A most valuable treatment for su
perfluous flesh or obesity, of '
Also eliminates uric acid, Bot tioC
COMBS AXD BRUSHES
si.50 Natural or
Black Ebony Hair
Brushes, ex. stiff
35c guar. Tooth!'
Nail and Hand
ebony or Q
s a tinwood liC
extra large Combs 4 ZJC
15.00 Military Brushes, per flQ QQ
We Call and
Telephone us when
you need prescrip
tions filled or have
phot ographlc fin-.
Ishing to do. Phones
Marshall 4700, A
MAIL ORDERS I
Your mall orders
riven the same care
Jersey Cream Chews, PeOrt
Chocolate Wafers, per At
Chocolate Chips, per 19c
RUBBER GOODS SPECIALS.
36c 5-foot Bed Fountain 1Q
Syringe Lengths XIC
$1.50 size 2 Ked Seamless Foun
tain Syringe, guaran-gj 09
25c Turkish Towels sold J f
and attention that
you 'receive when
you call In person.
All a In r,..i i- rr.
Ail taiiiafic viiB.Eht.
prepaid on prescrlp-
J1.76 size 2 Red Comb. d 1 OO
Water Bot. and Syringe J 1AJ
SHOP EARLY WE WILL HOLD YOUR SELECTIONS
of the Harvey Mill Company at Etna
have commenced to arrive, the first car
coming in yesterday and is being
placed on the river bank to be u carried
up by the steamer Etna of the ltna
Transportation Company. There win
be a large consignment of rails lor
them as-they will put in about seven
miles of logging road. A considerable
quantity of grading for the road has
already been completed.
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ASTORIA FUGITIVE CAUGHT
Serious Offense Against Girl Alleged
by Clatsop Officials.
,ASTORIA, Or.. Nov. 7. (Special.) A
telegram has been -eceived by Sheriff
Burns for Chief of Police Poentet, ef
Great Falls, Mont., stating that he had
arrested Gust Hailala' ton a warrant
from this county. The Sheriff will
leave to get the man as soon as the
necessary requisition papers can be
prepared. . ,
Haliaia is wanieu neiti m nto ,
asr nRlirv ctop?f
At the Guarantee Store
announce a series of concerts to be
store on Wednesdays and Saturdays,
evening. Come and enjoy, them.
THOUSANDS OF BEAUTIFUL AR
TICLES NOW DISPLAYED IN" OUR
ART DEPARTMENT WILL ADORN
PORTLAND'S FINEST HIIES DUR
ING THE NEXT FEW MONTHS.
100 Cnt Glasa Bonis, atar pattern,
very deeply cut! $M val- tfJO 7C
nn for iffO i J
Wonderful showing of all that is
best in Cut Glass.
100 large Cupids, "Awake and
Asleep," In imitation wal- flJO QC
nut ovals and carbons. ... iviJJ
100 Combination Cupids, "Awake and
Asleep." in solid brown oaks and
imitation walnuts. Spo - (t 1 Cfl
clal tPl tJJ
100 Combination Cupids. "Awake and
Asleep," in solid oak, dl ((
fumed: special wl""
100 8x30 Imported Color Landscapes
and Marines, in lVi -inch solid ( Q
oak frames: special fOC
Harrison Fisher Girls, in antique
gold ovals, Louis XV designs, QQ
atlon Composers d i QC
and Mozart Sonata
See our big exhibition of Imported
Pottery, Vases, Arabian Statuary,
Remember that we do better fram
ing at a more reasonable cost - be
cause we have the largest and, most
artistic selection of mouldings oh
the Coast. During entire month of
November we offer 20 per rent off
as an Inducement for early shop
ping. . Second Floor.
"BEST" RAZOR GUARD
Adjustable and reversible. Comes in
a neat plusU-llned case. J J 00
OPERA GLASSES REDUCED
15.00 Pearl Opera Glasses gg
K&k 25 'OFF
THERMOS BOTTLES Will keep
coffee hot for 12 hours. Every man
who carries his lunch should have
s& P:.n'$i.oo to $3.50
' Cutlery Dept., Main Floor.
We Have Jnst Received a New
HCRD'S FINB.ST PAPETERIES,
Dainty shades, gilt edges, fancy-cut
envelopes, finest fabric paper; also
an attractive line of correspondence
cards. With each pound, 96 sheets,
of "Wood-Lark" Lawn Paper at 25C
we will give one pkg. envelopes free.
Webster's Dictionary, In Of
leather, at............ ....IOC
' IMPOSSIBLE y .
yS'yj To Cut
Your Face x
RASEMENT BARGAIN Q
Jn SAVE THE DIFFERENCE
CLAWOOD MALT EXTRACT
If it were possible to - make a
better malt extract, this one
would be made better. The price
,1s 15 per bottle, gl.SO per
dozen, or a case of two dozen at
82.75. We sell it on an abso
lute guarantee money back If it
11.00 Martini Cocktails, "TO-
per bottle f OC
11.00 Manhattan Cocktails, (to
per bottle fOC
35c Pluto Water, per bot- y Q
J1.00 Gordon Dry Gin, Per7Q
15c Pure Apple Juice, PerQf
bottle, 10 Per dozen... JOC
I OPES EVEM.VGS TILL 10.
a charge of contributing to the delin
quency of a 14-year-old girl and the
Information charging - him with the
crime was sworn to by the girl before
she was taken to the Detention Home.
Abuse of the Sixth Sense.
" Chicago Tribune.
It is almost a 1000-to-l bet that you
don't know you have a sixth sense. But
you have nevertheless. The reason you
never knew It is because It has only
recently been discovered. It Is known
as the sense of equilibrium.
The sixth sense Is located In the
semi-circular canals of the inner ear,
and whenever a person is in danger of
falling or losing his equilibrium, a
warning message is communicated to
the brain. For years physiologists
have been puzzled to know the function
of these canals, because it was proved
definitely that they had nothing to do
with the sense of hearing, or the proper
working of the auricular organ. Thus
they came to be considered as super
fluous. They consist of three semi
circular tubes, almost at right angles
to one another and full of a clear
Jw lt r rw -it .
Opportunities Indeed because we
stand behind every item sold with our
Money-Back Guarantee and our Forty
Seven Years of Buying and Selling Ex
perience. Below are a few items from
our up-to-the-minute lines. Look them
over and gain an idea of the manner in
which you can profit by a visit here.
The IdeaJ Skin and
R I K ht M a 1 a En
trance. piven in
Our Eastern buyer
has just returned
and opened the
finest selection of
for the Holiday
Trade that w e
have ever shown.
is an exclusive
pattern no dupli
cates. The New French
SAUTOI RES in
ribbon, with silver and rhlnestone
eatP8."$1.25 to $2.50
Lorgnettes to hang on Sautolrew. In
sterling Hllvpr and platinum finish.
dr.1 $9.50 to $15.00
Men's Scarf Iln, In
The new and popular Bracelet
Watches In silver, gold and enamel.
Dinner Rings, LavalllereM. Bar Plnft,
Veil Pin and Coral Antique.
' Matu Floor.
Patent Medicine Cuts
K 1 y's Cream
Balm for OQ
at only. . . O I C
Blue Jay Corn
Plaster at - Q
tus Oltit- q7
ment O I C
r t e e r o Reef
Troches. . IDC
King's New Dis
covery at on.
P I I is for -I Q
O . o mul- 7Q
Murine fc. y
Pape'sCold 1 O
a f .i.'..- t: o I. n
AND RIP T B-
LETS Breaks up tne coin, no mjXt
bad effect of quinine. hox...iJt
WOOD - LARK BELLADONN A AND
CAPSICUM POROUS PLASTKR for
cold on chest or lungs, rheumatic
Pbackaachned 10c3 fOP 25c
K A SPA It 1 1. LA Purifies the blood,
toues up the system, good for liver
and kidney troubles, at, ?1 f(
per bottle Ol'UU
PURE COD LIVER OIL Guaranteed
th hint obtainable and bottled In
stone jugs, keeping It sweet
and palatable r
AT CUT PRICES
S o afc, per 11-
cake i J V
60c Pozzonl's Face
Powder at OOr
60c Pebeco Tooth
Paste, at 3 O
three for, Cfl-r
$1.00 Pink Lady
ounce J v
60c P o in p e 1 1 an
Massage O O
Soap for OfJ-
R A D I O P TICO.NS.
The new "magic
lantern" for show
ing Post Cards,
Photo graphs and
Pictures of all
kinds on a screen.
Use the ordinary
electric light in
your own nome.
Come in at once
and see this won
derful Invent ion
our limited supply
will not last until
Christmas. We will
lay one aside for
you if desired. Ask
for illustrated book
giving complete in
87.50 S10 815
Scientists have discovered that these,
canals enable a person to tell what
position he Is In, no matter whether he
is blind or paralyzed. By some peculiar
process not well understood they warn
us when we are about to fall and give
us the consciousness of being In any
Steeplejacks and other workers on
high buildings who finally lose their
nerve and are afraid to go very far
above - the ground have lost part of
their sense of equilibrium. Examina
tions by physicians in such Instances
have shown that their semi-circular
glands were diseased. It was largely
by this means that the existence of f
sixth sense was discovered.
Study In High Finance.
Washington D. C, Herald.
"My wife and myself are trying to
get up a list of club magazines. By
taking three you get a discount." "How
are you making out?" "Well, we -nni
get one that I don't want, and one that
she doesn't want, and one that neither
wants for J2.25."