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THE SCXDAT OnjECQXIAX, ronTLAXD, OCTOBER 24, 1809. 11
I Are.You tlie iVlan Ioii NerVOUS. UUenilg . fflcll
I Were 1 0 ears Ago
sodo II PRIZES
Commercial Club Starts Con
test for Writers on Topics
Relating to Oregon.
COMPETITION OPEN TO ALL
Chief Condition Provided Is That Ar
ticles Must Be Printed in Out
side Publication Firt
Award Is $100 0.
For the best newspaper and magazine
articles published during the coming year
throughout the country, in which features
of the Pacific Northwest are described,
cash awards amounting to ."j: will be
made by the Portland rommercial flub.
The first priie will be 10iO. and the rest
of the SO awards will range from that
down to S1'
Only one important limitation has been
provided for the contest, and that is that
all competitive articles must be published
in periodicals published outside of Ore
gon and aehington. The contest is open
in all who care to enter it.
Illustrations accompanying the articles
are optional with the writers. There is
to be no provision for the lengtn ot
articles which enter into the competition,
but the Judges will base their decision
upon the quality of the matter published,
the circulation and quality of the peri
odicals in which tt appears, and. if there
are any pictures, the choice of these will
receive such credit as it may merit.
More Than Year Given.
To be eligible for the competition, the
articles must appear In a regular edi
tion of some newspaper or magazine
printed anywhere outside of the two
Northwestern titates, dated between No
vember 1. 1S. and lecember 31. 1S10.
The complete publication containing the
article must be In the hands of the
judges not later than February 1. 1911.
These articles must l.e sealed and ad
dressed to Prize Contest, care Portland
Commercial Club, Portland. Or.
AM articles will be turned over to
the Judge., unopened, who will award
pri.es strictly on their merits. Con
testants may treat any phase of the
subject that appeals to them; natural
resources, scenery, irrigation, agricul
ture and horticulture, timber, dairying,
history, educational and religious ad
vantages, climate, social conditions, etc,
or may follow a more comprenenslve
vein. The judges will be competent
persons who will be absolutely un
biased in making their decisions.
The Commercial' Club makes the offer.
rot so much with the Idea of having
the country "boomed." In the common
acceptance of that term, as to have the
people of the country become familiar
with this portion of the United States
and give expressions to their views In
such articles as will be acceptable to
papers throughout the entire continent.
1. 1st or Prizes.
The $5000 prize money will be distrib
uted as follows:
FMrjt ?ri J1.000
second rtz ."00
Thlr'l prize 2"iO
Fourth priza li(,0
Fifth pc.ze 17."
Mxth prize 1MI
Seventh prlz l--r
Kilthth ?riz 11
Ninth prize I'M
T-nth prize VO
Tn prizes of $7S each T.'tO
Ten prizes of .h each .Vl
Ten prizes of ea-h ."0
Twenty prizes of S1!V earn :i0
Twenty prizes of 110 each 200
Three Judges to be named by the
Governor of Oregon 300
Grand total 15.000
Articles may be written on the City
of Portland, the State of Oregon, or on
the Pacific Northwest as a whole, or all
three subjects may be combined.
Amateur writers in this con-test will
find it much to their liking, it Is be
lieved. Professionals - are not barred
by any means, but with the wide scope'
of subject matter and the great latitude
offered in the mediums of publication. It
will be easier, it has been suggested,
for those not thoroughly practiced in
the writer's art to win a prize.
It Is expected by the publicity depart
ment of the Commercial Club that the
articles published as a result of this
contest will accomplish very much de
sirable advertising for this state and
the whole Pacific Northwest.
GEORGE T. BLACK IS DEAD
Well-Known Customs Official Passes
vvrajr in Arizona.
George T. Elack. special agent of the
Treasury Department, died yesterday
morning at Douglas, Ariz. News of his
death was received by customs officials
at Portland yesterday. Mr. Black was
cpnnected with the local Custom-House
for many years In the capacity of inspec
tor. At the time of hLs death lie was
visiting his sister. Mrs. Irake, at Doug
las. The remains will be brought to
Halsey for burial.
Mr. Black was born in Halsey in 1S6S.
He was appointed inspector of United
States customs in ISM. In 1M2, through
the kindness of I. L. Patterson. Collector
of Customs at Portland, Mr. Black was
transfertvd to El Paso, Tex., hoping the
change of climate would restore his
health. By faithful and conscientious
work he won his promotion, and was
made a special agent of the Treasury De
partment In lt"o. His loss is mourned by
his widow and daughter, his mother. Sirs.
T. J. Black, of Douglas; sisters. Mrs.
Mahala Drake, of Douglas; Mrs. Ida
Tohin. of Kl Paso, and Mrs. Sam Par
r'sn. of Portland, and brother, James C.
Black, of Vahlez. Alaska.
STATE SEEKS HER LIFE
Woman Will Be Prosecuted for First
TACOMA. Oct. 23. The Prosecuting
Attorney made a motion today before
Judge Kasterday for a change of venue
In the case of Mrs. Kvalshaug. charged
jointly with Charles Newcombe with the
murder of her husband. The motion
In an interview Prosecuting Attorney
McMurray said the state would ask for
a verdict of murder in the first degree,
and as Judge Kasterday Is known to
be opposed to capital punishment, the
Mate desires to have the case tried
before another Judge. The trial Is set
for October 27.
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SPOT SHIPS WANTED
Inquiries Out for Tonnage to
CABLES ON NEOTSFIELD
Kxportera Have Passed t'p All Spot
Craft for Grain Loading Since the
Early Part or Last Season.
British Craft in Port.
Inquiries are out for spot ships, full
cargoes ot barley. Cables received In
Portland yesterday state that In all prob
ability the British ship Neotsfield, Cap
tain Evans, would be loaded here with
a full cargo of barley for the United
Kingdom. A similar cable was received
bv Captain Hughes, of the British bark
Altair. The Neotsfield has been in the
local harbor for almost a year. The
Altair arrived several days ago from
&pot ships have hen a drug on the
market for more than a year. Exporters
failed to see the rates demanded and
secured outside tonnage. With the ex
ception of two vessels on the Sound,
recently taken for outward cargo, there
has not been any chartering for Imme
diate loading. Rates of the disengaged
craft have been held at union rates and
exporters could do better with steam and
For a long stay in port the British
ship Leyland Brothers holds the record.
She arrived March . 1. and has been
on the disengaged list since that date.
Other craft without charters are the
Donna Franceses, Brablock, Glenalvon,
Gulf Stream and Matterhorn. They have
been in port for long periods and the
movement toward the chartering of spot
ships has started' a thrill with masters
who are anxious to get to sea.
Astoria Waterfront Xews.
ASTORIA, Or.. Oct. 23. (Special.) The
steam schooner Hoquiam sailed today for
Grays Harbor to load lumber for San
The tugs Tatoosh and Wallula remained
outside last night in search for the three
vessels which were reported to be In the
offing waiting for an opportunity to cross
Three sailing vessels are reported to be
off the mouth of the river, although
none of them was In sight today. They
are the French bark Pierre Antoine, from
Newcastle, with Pilot Leighton on board;
the French bark Nantes, from Cardiff,
with Pilot Staples on board, and the
British ship Buteshire, from Panama.
Captain R. Swanson. who was a pilot
on the Columbia River bar for several
years, has been engaged as a pilot by
the Port of Portland Commission and en
tered the service yesterday.
The schooner Virginia completed loading
a cargo of 700.000 feet ? lumber at the
Astoria Box Company and the old Oregon
mills this evening and will sail for San
Francisco tomorrow morning.
No word has been received yet from the
Norwegian steamer Henrik Ibsen that Is
nearly a week overdue from Yokohama,
and fears are entertained that she has
met with some serious mishap.
Steamship Alliance Buck on Schedule
Sailing for Coos Bay ports last night
the steamship Alliance has succeeded in
getting back on her regular schedule.
The vessel carried a large number of
passengers and a quantity of general
cargo. On the last voyage' south the
Alliance encountered the heaviest weath
er of. the season. She was three days
making the 300 miles between the mouth
of the Columbia River and Coos Bay.
At times she failed to log better than
three knots. The wind blew a gale from
the southeast and there was a heavy
The steamship Breakwater is due to
arrive this afternoon from Coos Bay.
For Marshfield and North Bend, the
steamship Alliance sailed last evening.
She is due back Thursday.
The British steamship Puritan, from
Puget Sound, arrived up last evening.
She will load wheat for St. Vincent for
The steamship Northland. Captain
Erickson. Is scheduled to sail for San
Francisco this morning. She will com
plete cargo at Knappton.
The German ship" Pamassos. in ballast
from Santa Rosalia, has arrived In the
local harbor. She Is under charter for
wheat for the United Kingdom.
Arrivals and Departures.
PORTLAND. Oct. 23. Arrived. British
steamship Puritan, from Puset Sound;
;erman ship Parnassos. from Santa Rot
salia. Sailed, steamship Alliance, for Coos
Astoria. Or., Oct. -23. Condition at the
loe to Arrive.
Nam. From. Data.
Henrik Ibsen .. .HonKkon. .. .Oct. 24
Geo. W. Elder, .ban Pedro.. .Oct. 24
Breakwater Coos Bay. ...Oct. 24
Kansas City. .. San Francisco un. -
Arsjo Tillamook. . ..Oct. 25
Falcon Pan Francisco 0-t. 2rt
Alliance Coos Bay. ... Oct. B8
Eureka Eureka. .... ..Oct. 30
Sue H. Elmore. Tillamook Oct. 30
Roanoke San Pedro... Oct. 31
Rose City. ... ,.6an Francisco Nov. 1
Eelja Hongkong Indefl't
Scheduled t Depart.
Name. For. Date,
Ro City San Francisco Nov. 5
Falcon Pan Francisco Oct. 80
Ann Tillamook. ...Oct. 27
Tlron Irwater Cn(M Ti A v ..Oct
Kansas City. . . Ban Francisco Oct. 29
Alliance Coos Bay Oct. 30
Geo. W. Elder. .Bar Pedr Oct. 30
Sue H. Elmore. Tlllnmook. ...Nov. 2
Eureka Bureka Oct. 1
Hoiirik Ibsen. . Honikone. .. .Nov. 1
8elja Hongkong-. ...
Roanoke San Pedro. . ..Nov. 2
Entered Saturday. (
Alliance. Am. steamship (Parsons),
with general cargo, from Coos Bay.
Alliance. Am. steamship (Parsons),
with general cargo, for Coos Bay.
Northland. Am. steamship (Erick
son), with 650.000 feet of lumber, for
mouth of the river at 8 P. M., moderate;
wind southeast 8 miles: weather, cloudy.
Hailed at 5:30 A. M.. steamer Cascade, fot
San Pedro, and steamer Hoquiam, for Ab
erdeen. Arrived down during ths night,
steamer Elmore. Sailed at 6:80 A. M.,
steamer Rose City, for San Francisco.
Left up at 7 A. M., British steamer Purl
tan. Arrived at 12:15 and left up at 3
P. M-. steamer Casco, from San Francisco:
arrived at 3 and left up at 4:f0 P. M.,
steamer Geo. W. Elder, from San Pedro
and way ports.
Point Lobos, Oct. 23. Passed, steamer
anta Rita, for Portland.
Port Harford. Oct. S3. sAled yesterday,
steamer Santa Rita, for Portland.
San Francisco. Oct. ' 23. Arrived at S
A. M.. steamer Roanoke, from Portland for
Sun Pedro. Sailed at S P. M.. steamer
Kansas City, for Portland. Arrived at 3
P. M.. steamer W. S. Porter, from Port
land. Sailed at 10 A. M., steamer Nome
Cltv. for Portland: sailed last nlirht.
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anywhere six months
is Cancer. THEY NEVER
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lw;-g?g: aided t all hit
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roots, berbs and barks that- are sntlrely
unknown to the medical science of this
country. Wltb tbeae barm less remedies
he ffuaranteea to cure catarrh, anthma.
I ana traoblea, rheumatism. nerTonsDeea,
ttcmacb., liver svad kidney troubles, misa
private diseases of men and wotuea
Patients outalde of city write for
blasas and circulars. Inclose 4c stamn.
The C. Gee Wo Medicine Co.
16IV4 Unit St.. Near aiunlsua.
steamer Shoshone, for Columbia Rlv
and steamer Wellesley, for Kedondo.
Tides at Astoria Sunday.
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PENDLETON ADOPTS VNIQCE
WAY TO GET SALOONS.
City Proposes to Pass Ordinance Be
fore Special Election After
Unique plans for making Pendleton a
"fc-et" town have been formed by the
residents of that place who "are pining
under the present restriction in the sale
of liquor placed upon it when Umatilla
Countv was voted "dry. .
as described yesterday by R. Alexander,
merchant and x-Mayor of Pendle
ton, who is at the Imperial Hotel, con
sist of the adoption ol a city law, m
..au. rxt flu nmnn-tpd snftc.ial llauor elec
tion, providing for strict limitation of
.he number of saloons and lor xneir man
RrVirA cnUnnD vorA rirlvon OUt Of Pen
dlclon by the county's adopting, prohibi
tion, there were 25 saloons in the place,
and these had very few restrictions. It
is believed tbat the saloon business was
overdone In the eyes of the. farmers
living near the city, and that they were
thus ready to vote In favor of closing
them all. r
Trt nrm-A thesA farmers and others
who opposed the old conditions that an
Improvement would be assured, Mayor
Murphy has appointed a committee to
Hraw nn n ui tn '.ilpt In w. That the law
might meet with popular favor, it is
planned to can a mass meenns ot too
nnnla frt vaflfM It rtf trt B 1 1 1 h (If 1 9!A" R llcll
changes In it as may meet with the ap
proval of the citizens who attend the
If the proposed regulation of saloons
KormmAO AfTanfliw ihofA Wl 1 1 Hf hilt fine
saloon to every 600 or 700 residents of
the place, making the number of saloons
not more tnan about sven. i ne saioons
VOUS AND RUN
COME TO ME
AND BE CURED
I See All My Patients THE DOCTOR
Personally. THAT CURES.
I hire bo substitutes and have no medi
FEE FOR A CURE is lower than any
specialists in the city, half that others
charge you and no exorbitant price for
1 am an expert specialist, have had
SO years' practice in the treatment of
diseases of men. My offices are the best
equipped in Portland. My methods are
modern and up-to-date. My cures are
ouick and positive. I do not treat symp
toms and patch up, I thoroughly examine
each case, find the cause, remove it and
thus cure the disease.
I f IHE Varicose Veins, Contracted
Ailments, Piles and Specific Blood Poi.
sou and All Ailments of Men.
Cl'ltE OR IV O PAY I am the only
sneclaliMt la Portland who makes no
charise unless the patient is entirely
Jitlnflt'd with the result accomplished,
and who arivca a written guarantee to
refund every dollar pnld for services
If a complete nnd permanent cure la
IttpfJ Visit Dr. IJndsay's private
"-- Museum ' of Anatomy and
know thyself, in health and disease. Ad
mission free. Consultation free. If un
able to call, write for list of questions.
Office hours 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.: Sun
daya 10 A. XL to 1 P. M.
Second St., Cor. of Alder,
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" SOLO BY DUGGLSTS EVERYV.HE12&
MEN OF ALL AGES YOUNG AND OLD
Come to ray office and let me give you the real facts con
cerning your case. I will do this free and searching examina
tion without placing you under the slightest obligation to take
treatment unless you so desire. If you are a young man, re
member that a young man's neglect is an old man's regret. If
you are an old man, get the "today habit" it is better than
A mote in the gunner's eye is as bad as a spike in the gun.
The cankerworm of delay causes half your troubles in this life.
If your health is imperiled from any cause, and you have
not detected it, it is your own fault.
Nature never took an unfair advantage of a man in the
world. You may have violated her laws time and again, but
, no matter how indiscreet or unjust to yourself and Nature, she
ijever allowed the natural results of this violation to take
place without sounding the alarm in ample season for amends.
If at times you are unable to sleep soundly, no matter how
comfortable the bed, if the muscular system, as well as the
nervous system, is partially or completely exhausted because
it has been overtaxed, remember that judicious treatment is
necessary to prevent an ultimate breakdown, for these are
among the many slight Fymptoms Nature sends out as a warn
ing. Nature wants you to
Take Advantage of This Warning
and help yourself before it's too late. When the system needs
more water or food, thirst and hunger remind you of this fact.
When you have headache, dizziness, lack of memory, physical or mental debility, it is an an
nouncement by Nature that something is wrong, and if you are not sure what it is, better-consult
a doctor whose experience Qualifies him for examination and decision.
Early in my professional career I realized that the maladies of mankind were too many and
vastly complicated for any one man to master and gave up the impossible task. I put aside
a flourishing general practice and prepared myself for the duties of a specialist. I sought th
leading hospitals, studying and practicing under the most learned modern professors in my line
of specialt3' practice. My purpose was to acquire such skill, experience and scientific equip
ment as would be most useful to me and beneficial to my patients. IIow well I have succeeded
thousands of cured patients will testify by reputation. in the cure of
NOT A DOLLAR NEED
BE PAID UNTIL CURED
Varicose Veins, Blood and Skin Disorders, Kidney
and Bladder Troubles, Ulcers, Sores, Painful Swell
ings, Nervous Debility and All Other Disorders of Men
I determine the condition by a scientific analysis of urine, and the severe genito-urinary trou
bles I have cured by my systematic course of treatment, after being unsuccessfully treated by
other-specialists, give me such confidence in my method to assure you a cure.
My consultation and advice is always free, whether you take treatment or not. If you cannot
call at office, write for self-examination blank. Many cases cured at home. Office hours 9
A. M. to 8 P. M. Sundays 10 to 12 All correspondence in plain envelopes.
ST. LOUIS MEDICAL CO.
will be required to close on Sundays and
at 11 o'clock evwry night. It haa also
been suggested that chairs will be pro
hibited, to discourage lounging in the
-It is planned to have the law adopted
before . the special "wef election is
called. Mr. Alexander said yesterday
that be thought the election would carry
after the proposed law is adopted.
LEWIS COUNTY WEALTHY
Stands Tenth in State in Total of
CHEHALIS, Wash.. Oct. 23. (Special.)
Lewis County ranks high In the matter
of her bank deposits, according to some
figures recently gathered by A. 9. Cory,
of the Chehalis National Bank. This
county stands tenth in the State of Wash
ington In the total of its bank deposits,
while in property valuation it ranks in
12th place. King, Spokane. Pierce. Ctie
halls, Snohomish and Walla. Walla all
ranked higher than Lewis County, but in
each of these Is one or more cities of
size. Lewis County's bank deposits were
$1,000,000 greater than those of Clark,
Adams, Kittitas, Skagit, Chelan, Lincoln
and even Thurston, with the state money
In the State of Oregon but three coun
ties exceed Lewis In the snowing of bank
deposits, being Multnomah, Marion, Uma
tilla. The figures taken were those gath
ered by the banking officials September
1, and at thai time the deposits of the
banks of Chehalis and Centralia showed
that there was on deposit more than
$1,300,000 in each of the twin cities of
Lewis County, to say nothing of tne de
posits at Winlock and Pe Ell, where
banks are also maintained.
SON EQUALLYAS GUILTY
Norval Walsworth. Must Go Back to
Prison for Manslaughter.
JACKSONVILLE. Or., Oct. 23. Spe
cial.) Norval Walsworth at 10 o'clock
was declared guilty of manslaughter by
the Jury, which returned a verdict after
an all-night session. Charles H. Wals
worth, the boy's father, waa convicted of
the same crime one week ago.
Charles Walsworth. and his son, Nor
val. Jointly indicted for the murder ot
Charles 9. Mankin, December 2S. 1907.
were convicted of murder in the second
degree in March following the crime and;
their case had been remanded back from
the supreme uouri lor a new umi.
R MEN ONLY
Thorough and Permanent Cures
I do not care what your experience has been with other treatments, what guar
antees you have, and what promises were unfulfilled in the past, as unsuccessful,
unscientific treatment and unreliable concerns are in no way a reflection upon hon
est, trustworthy business methods lived up to by me for twenty-five years. I have
an established reputation and my guarantee means that my patients are indisputa
bly insured of success in their case. There is all the difference in the world be
tween a guarantee of this kind an the promise of those mushroom concerns which
are continually failins? in business. I repeat my straightforward, square proposition
to wait for my fee until the cure is effected.
I not only thoroughly cure, my patients, but I am usually able to effect a cure in
less than half the time jnost. physicians require to produce even partial results. Were
I lacking in knowledge pertaining to my specialty, I would never have attained my
present success, nor would 1 today be rec ognized as the leading specialist treating
inen's ailments. I ask you to call at my office nnd talk with me about your case.
Examination and consultation will cost you nothing, and I will explain to you my
methods of curing.
YOU CAN PAY WHEN CURED
The Lead la c Specialist
Confple'e Cure Without Surgrery.
Under my treatment the most aggra
vated cases of varicose veins are cured.
There is no cutting, no pain, and it Is
seldom necessary that the patient be
detained from his occupation. Normal
circulation, is at once restored through
out all the organs, and the natural
processes of waste and repair are again
established. f you are afflicted with
varicose veins? consult me at once. De
lay can but bring on aggravated con
ditions and nervous complications that
will impair the. vital, functions and in
volve the general health.
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My treatment is abso
lutely painless and per
fect results can be de
pended uuon In every
instance. I do no cut
ting or dilating wbat-ever.
Kvery rase of contracted ailment I
treat is tnorouKhly cured; my patients
have no relapses. When I pronounce
a case cured there Is not a particle of
infection or inflammation remaining,
and there is not the aliKhtest danger
that tiie disease vviir return to Its orig
inal form or work its way into the
greneral system. So contracted
ment is so trivial as to warrant uncer
tain met!ucis o' treatment, and I espe
cially solicit ' those .cases that other
doctors have ln?en unable to cure.
.... spkgifk: blood poisox.
No . danperoys minerals to drive the
virus tr the interior, but harmless,
biood-cieansiner remedies that remove
the last poisonous taint.
rTMSI II .TATiniM AND DIAHNOSIS FREE
I do not charge for advice, examination or diagnosis. If you call for a private talk with me, j-ou will not
be urged to begin treatment. H impossible to call, write. ! .'
Tie' DR., TAYLOR Co.
234V2 MORRISON STREET PORTLAND, OREGON
CORNER MORRISON AND SECOND STREETS
OFFICE HOURS 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. SUNDAYS 10 TO I ONLY.