The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, February 23, 1904, Page 8, Image 8

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    FIERY POMP ENDS
CHINESE NEW YEAR
FIRE BOAT TO
Savid Hir Lift frea Pniuraosb
"Mjr wife had a severe attack of Pneu
monia which followed a case of La Grippe
. and I believe that FOLEY'S : HONEY
, AND TAR saved her life," writes James
" Coffee, of Raymond, Missouri. ,
TELL OF V
"FLOAT SATURDAY
Good Rtsults I.i Evsry Cast
Dr. C. J. Bishop, Agnew, Mich., writes:
M have used FOLEY'S HONEY AND
TAR In thre,e very severe cases; of pneu
monia with good resultsn every case.'
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Portland delegates to the fourth an
nual meeting ot the Pacific Coast Asso
ciation of Traffic Agents.' held at Ash
land Saturday and Sunday, returned
, home yesterday. The next conven-'-
. tlon will be held at San Jose, Cal. The
mayor, city council and board of trade
Of the progressive California town ex
tended a cordial Invitation to the traffic
' ' men to' meet thete. ."In seconding the
motion to accept the San Jose invita
tion. M. J. Roche off Portland stated that
. In view of the 1905 Lewis and Clark fair,
Portland would v very much desire to
have the conventual In this city, but be
"cause of the apparent united desire to
go to San Jose" there was nothing left
for him to do but to keep the webfoot
- town-out of the-race,
-'- The selection of B. H. Trumbull of
the Illinois Central at Portland, as
-president; was almost unanimous, . The
witlre southern delegation came to the
convention with the intention of elect
wig J. II O'Neill of Portland, president.
But because of personal affairs, he was
unable'to accept and he placed In nomi
nation the name of Mr. Trumbull.
George J. Bradley of San Francisco wan
fvlso nominated but Trumbull carried the
day.. Mr.1 Bradley was ; elected vice
president aiid Charles' H. White of Los
.-.Angeles was "made 'secretary and treas
urer, vv':- " 1 '
; Upon the arrival of the delegates at
Ashland Saturday afternoon they were
made welcome by Mayor iH. 8. Evans
and after a format reception at th
opera house they, went - Into business
session at the city hall.
A banquet was given In the evening
at which the following spoke: P. K.
Gordon, district No. 1, "The Develop
ment of Our Association;" D. F. FIts
gerald, ...dlstrlctNo. 3,. .!The . Relations
Between the Three Districts of Our As
sociation;" W. H. Olin, dfstrict No, 1,
"The Possibilities of Our Association;"
C. W. Colby, district No. 1. "The Freight
-Man's View;" 8. F. Boothe, district No,
2. "The Passenger Man's .View;" 'M. J.
Roche, district No. 1, "The Ladles."
' One hundred , and forty-two traffic
men and their wives, attended the meet'
ings. Eighty-five came from California.
At 'the ' business- session ' the - following
subjects were selected for dlBcusslon at
the next conventions
"The r Passenger Question," district
No:rrTi6i1h of Ashland.-.
... "The Freight Question." district No.
2, south of Ashland to Bakersfleld.
- "The -Transportation Question,! dis
trict No. 3, south of Bakersfield.
"The visit to Ashland was enjoyable,"
- said M. J, Roche, traveling passenger
agent for the Denver & .Rio Grande,
"and we were entertained In a Pleasing
manner. The meeting was very enthus- f
iastic." A number. Of Bound railroad
men are 'in the -city today on their re
turn home, ' j'., ;
HIGH RAILROAD MEN
; VISIT NORTHWEST
" (Juorail Special Sertlc.)
Tacoma, Wash., Feb. 23. Vice
President J. M. Hannaford, General Man
ager Thomas Cooper and Charles M.
Ievey, the latter recently 'appointed as
sistant to President Eliott of the North-
- ern Pacific railway, are expected to ar
rive In the city tomorrow from St. PauL
The purpose of the visit Is to escort Mr.
Ievey to his headquarters in this city.
This will be his first visit to the Pacific
coast. Assistant General Superintend
ent A. E. Law Joined the party at Spo
kane. '
" The physicians' are puxzled over the.
condition of Blever Larsen, the drug
gist, who was shot In the abdomen over
... a week age by an unknown highwayman
who entered the-drug-store in the early
v evening and attempted a holdup. ' Lar
sen refused to. throw up hts hands and
the two engaged in a struggle, .during
which the shot was fired. Larsen's life
was despaired of, as 12 perforations
were found In bis abdomen. Pneumonia
lias sln.ee complicated tne case, but Lar
nen's exceptionally strong constitution
has kept him Alive.
Within two hours after the shooting
the police arrested a man giving' the
nane of John Burke, and Larsen has
identified him as the man who fired the
shot A train of circumstantial evidence
also points toward his guilt, but direct
proof is lacking.
The Carbolineum Wood Paving com
pany of Portland Is one of the bidders
for paving ten blocks of Pacific avenue,
..... the main atreeof .Tacoma Blda were
npehied Saturday by the commissioner
of public works and the award will be
made Wednesday-afternoon. . The city
engineer's estimate of the cost of the
work is over 100,000. The Portland firm
offered to pave with carbollneum-treated
tlr blocks for I44.SS6.40. Five blda were
submitted for brick pavement, two for
asphalt, five for untreated fir blocks and
lx for treated fir blocks. , .
AN UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE.
'Has It ever been your unhappy lot to
be told by your physician that you must
. go to a hospital and submit to an opera
tion? If ,o, you remember with what
dread and shrinking you awaited the
day when you must endure the knife.
The present-day surgeon appears to be
possessed by a mania for operating, es
pecially in cases of hemorrhoids or plies,
and while the greater number of the
profession do not recommend this 'last
resort" unless they honestly believe it
, necessary, the fact remains that much
needless operating la done, and the pa
tient put to much expense and suffering
for what?
To obtain a possible temporary relief;
these words are used advisedly, because
: in nine cases out of ten the affliction
returns and the patient la Just where he
started from. Oftentimes he could be
cured much more simply and easily by
the use of such a remedy as the Pyra
mid Pile Cure; this has come to be rec
ognised as the best remedy on the mar
ket fur the painful disease named, and
. the druggists now sell more of it than
all other pile remedies combined.
The writer personally Knows people
who w,eie afflicted with the worst, form
of bleeding and protruding piles and
who were permanently cured by the use
, of Pyramid Pile Cure. In every one of
these cases the attending physician nad
" assured the sufferer that only by an
operation could, he rid himself of the
disease; so much for the infallibility of
ilidoctors.. :
This remedy, which Is sold by ail drug
vista at the low price of 60 cents, la in
suppository form, is applied directly to
the parts affected, and performs its
work quietly and painlessly. The Pyra
mid Drug company. .Marshall. Mich.,
will mail free to any address a bonk
v t'-lllng all about piles or hemorrhoids,
their raiiae and cure.r '
. A ruggestlon is offered that If the
render la afflicted, ; or knows anyone
wlm is, 'this book be sent for, as it will
lie found invaluable, - t,-V -
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READY FOR GUESTS A NEW YEAR'S SCENE ON SECOND STREET.
Chinatown Is decorated In holiday
attire every! night. While the New
Yea" Celebration had "been under way
all ,. last week the stormy weather of
ten put a damper on out-door festivities.
Oriental pomp and mystic ceremonies
closed the annual gala week. Platforms
were , erected on Second street - from
which.- were delivered ..barbaric music,
both vocal and Instrumental, paper was
torn In little pieces and showered In the
air to blind the devil spirits, rockets
hissed and fire crackers raised a din to
confuse the evil ones of the other world.
MLKINLEY BALLOTS
BURNED
For the first (Jme since he entered the
public service as chief Janitor at the
county courthouse, - August- 22, -,1889,
tears of reajret. at. being obliged to per
form a duty filled! the eyes of the ven
erable ; Ned - Kehoe yesterday. -He
was obliged to burn the ballots cast
during the .. last i presidential election,
the large majority of which helped to
swell the volume of votes placing WH-.
11am McKlnley in the presidential chair.
County Clerk Fields took advantage
of the day being a holiday to attend to
a number of matters which he had been
forced to pass over during the week.
In order to make room in the vaults for
the ballots to be cast at the coming elec
tions he personally removed the presi
dential ballots and gave them, -forming
T
FLAW 01 MBS. OTT TO BAXSB
XOBBT TO ESTABLISH A BOMB
FOB' - ' CONSUMPTIVES OAZBTS
, PBUWPS i. DONATIO COMB
. rBOM r AB-orr cities. -
"JV home for consumptives In Port
land Is what I am endeavoring to es
tablish," said Mrs. L. F. Ott at ber
home at 1142 Union avenue, today, "and
I am meeting with encouragement In
the work. My plan is that the home
shall be for air persons suffering from
tuberculosJs, but: "ir"1Tprttculartr In
tended for tire poor who are not able
to make a change of climate and have
tiot the means to obtain proper care at
their own. homes. ,
"The Knights and Ladies' of Security
gave an entertainmeat to ralsa money
for the home which netted .about
$:. I Intend to Interest the other
lodges in the work and get them to give
entertainments or take up collections
from their members for the cause.
"Among the contributions that I have
received is one from Mrs. Francis Good
win of Hartford,' Conn., for 160 in cash
besides several small tartlcles that she
sent for a sale. These netted about IS.
Mrs. Reynolds of New York City, sent
us $20 and Mrs. Sarah Blddle of Phila
delphia sent $6. The fund now amounts
to something above 2100.
"A class of little girls that I had In
Trinity Sunday school becaine inter
ested in a poor woman who was sick at
St. Vlncent'a . Sanatorium. She was in
the last stages of consumption and
when my attention was called to the
cam we did all we could for her but It
was too late. She left two little chil
dren. They did not have the proper
facilities for caring for this disease at
the Sanatorium. I know all was dono
that could be done, , but with lack of
proper care and the inroads the disease
had made it was too late to save the
poor woman.' Then it was that I de
termined that there should be a place
here where such unfortunate people could
have, prdper; care and attention, and
since then I have been doing all that I
could totarry out this determination.
"If I could get more wealthy and in
fluential, people to take an active in
terest in the work. we would soon have
the home. ' I am arranging to have some
well-known business man or. house to
act as treasurer and to receive contribu
tions. I am sure the work will pro
gress more rapidly then.
"I art, very grateful for what th$
newspapers, and particularly The Jour
nal, has done, to bring this .matter be
fore the public, and. I know that much
4od will Come from It."
. : WEISEB CTTT ELECTION, v'
, (Special Dlspatpli to The Jourml.) '
Welser, Ida., Feb. 2s.-f.The city council-
has, issued a proclamation for the
city election to be held Tuesday, April
6. ' There artf'lo be t elecied- a mayor,
clerk, treasurer ; and three councllmen.
HOME
PROJECT
GAli
FUNDS
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'?tf fVY t i if
A great circle of fires was kept burning
to smoke away the Invisible enemies
that hover In the air. Feasts In which
all Indulged wero spread in the Chinese
restaurants and houses. All were
dressed In their finest clotfies and wore
their klndlleat smiles.The great dragon
was everywhere in -evidence, and the
squat figures of the earthly splcftual
Joss leered from every nook. -The burn
ing of odorous powders irritated the nos
trils and the clash of cymbals and the
duH thud of the torn toms beat a tattoo
on rbe ear drums of the visitors.
WITH TEARS
two dozen packages, to Chief Janitor Ke
hoe to burn. The work was half through
before the Janitor discovered he wab
burning presidential ballots.
"Most of those ballots helped to elect
McKlnley," , remarked the aged Janitor,
setting down a basketful of packages in
the corridor and mournfully sha'klng his
head, as a flood of recollection . swept
across his mind, 'It s' a bard duty to
have to burn them, and on Washing
ton's birthday at that! I wish' Mc
Klnley were back, in the chair again.
But I must hurry jo get this over with"
picking' up. the basket and starting to
ward the basement, where the furnace is
located I'lt'n one of those duties a man
likes to have fulfilled mm soon as possi
ble, so ha can try to forget it"
-- - . - . ... .r - s-- I
The election promises tv be decidedly
Interesting and a number of candidates
will be v brought forward.':
Why
Don't you give your heart the same
chance you do the other organs?
Why? 'Because when any other organ
Is In trouble, it refuses to work, and
you hasten to repair it.'
- The heart, the ever faittiful servant,
never refuses as long as it haa nower 10
move, but Continues to do the best It
can, getting weaker and weaker, until
11 is past repair, ana tnen stops, it is
lust as sick as the other organs, but
because it will work you let It.
However, It' not too late for a
"change pf heart," -so remember
Dr. Miles Heart Core
will give the heart strength and vitality
to overcome 'Dizziness, Palpitations,
Short Breath. Faint Snella. Palnn in
Heart and Side, and all other Heart
acres and difficulties.
"Ujt. heart - would -aohe- and palpitate
terribly, and at times I could hardly
breathe. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure has
restored me to perfect health, and I am
very grateful."
MISS EMMA J. BARTON,
No. 1 8111 St.. Wilorlnxn V V
The first bottle will benefit. If not, the
urunmm win rfiurn your money.
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UNTIL MARCH 1,
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GOLD CROWNS, 13.00; BRIDG1S
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I TEETH
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OSTEOPATHY
The healing method of. the Twentieth'
Century. , -, u
J. .J. and Chloie S. Wiggins,
Osteopathic JPhyslolans, j-;
40S.-404 MacleayBldg. Phone. Clary,773,
Consultation free. Ijarty In attendance.
Why Pay fligh. Price for Watch Repairing
When you can get the best work fo
little money- at
,i U DEKUM BUILDING.
Unless . present plans fall through.
Portland's new flreboat, the George H.'
WllliajnB, " will be launched from the
yards of the Portland Shipbuilding com
pany In South Portland on Saturday af
ternoon.' The preliminaries have, not
been completed, but the vessel Is prac
tically ready to take the first plunge, and
as she stands today. In the stocks formt
a picture of marine architecture. . '
Designer Fred A. Ballln, who haa had
supervision of the contract work, re
turned today from Seattle and was In
consultation with the contracting offi
cials. ". ,-
"The launching will certainly take
place Saturday," explained Mr. Ballln,
bufl do not know wno win stand spon
sor for the' craft - There will be no spe
cial ceremonies further than the usual
form of christening - the vessel with a
bottle of wine."
The wofk of installing the machinery
and pumps will be finished - after the
boat is In the water. The special
pumps are manufactured by the Amer
ican Fire Engine company and ordered
through A. G.,Long, local representative,'
and were shipped, to -Portland on Feb
ruary Z. They should arrive next weex,
according to statements made today by
Mr. Long. The macmnery is practically
finished and can be installed in short
order. , , - .
The contract for the boat was awarded
to the Willamette Iron & Steel com
pany and the work of building the hull
was sublet to the Portland Shipbuilding
company. The craft will be towed to a
mooring close to the Steel company's
plant in the north end where the heavy
fittings will be installed. v '
The Northwest Door company has of
fered to donate theclty a berth for the
flreboat adjoining its plant at the foot
of Hancock street In , East Portland.
Such a notice has been transmitted to
Mayor Williams, but he has not ye( In
dicated his opinion of the offer. It is
said there Is plenty of room for a slip
and also ground on which to erect a
house for the firemen and hose cart.
The east terminal of the Alblna ferry
is located near by and It is argued that
the presence of so many mills and docks
in -the vicinity would make the selection
an . admirable one.
"REALTY-WILL NEVER
BE SO CHEAP AGAIN"
talk about lower prices for real
estate after theTwTsTrnd-Hark
over," says Harry Powers of Hartman.
Thompson & Powers, Is mail bosh. The
people who make such' assertions are
mistaken and do not have the facts to
back their assertions.
"Real estate in Portland today Is not
high in fact it is not as high as it
was several years , ago. I look for
higher prices from now on. Never, In
my opinion, will real , est ate be so cheap
as it is today. " - '
"The population of Portland is show
ing an enormous growth and. these peo
ple must have some place to live. There
will be no reaction in values after the
fair is over and our firm believes this.
We are building hundreds of houses in
all parts of the city, some of them cost
ing $4,600 or even $5,000, and if we did
not believe in the future of the realty
market we would not go in so deep. -
"No, my firm conviction Is that Port
land is going to advance."
.
Six Free Trips
TO THE
WorldYFair
-v . ".".,'"
OPEN TO THE JOURNAL BOYS AND
GIRLS UNDER 20 YEARS OF AGE
The Journal will send three boys and
three girls, furnishing transportation,
Including Pullman accommodations and
expenses for a 14-days' trip to the
world's1 fair at St. Louis, on the follow
ing conditions: .
rixwi condition. :
The boy and girl In Portland secur
ing the greatest number of cash sub
scriptions to The Journal, each 10 cents
of subscription counting a point In their
favor, will be entitled td the first 'two
of the free trips. ,
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gon, outside of Portland, securing the
?;reatest number of cash subscriptions
o The Journal, each 10 cents of sub
scription counting a point in their favor,
will be entitled to the next two of the
free trips. , ' . ;
Third Condition.
The boy and girl in any part of the
northwest or the Pacific coast, outside
of Oregon, securing the greatest num
ber of cash subscriptions .to The Jour
nal, each 10 cents of subscription count
ing a point in their favor, will be en
titled to the last $wo of the freo trips.
ronrtb Condition.
To all those boys and girls partici
pating in the eortfest, and not success
ful in securing one of the free trips
to the St. Louis -world's fair, 10 per
cent of the remittances of - each., con
testant for subscriptions to The Jour
nal will be returned to 'the respective
contestant, as a reward for his or her
efforts In The Journal's behalf.
- . - . ,- ,
Those wishing to share in the benefits
of the fjffer must send In their names
and addresses, or call at the .office of
The Journal, for such advertising mat
ter as may be issued, v
' Subscriptions to the Dally, Weekly or
Semi-Weekly Journal will be accepted
and credited tinder thla offer.
. This contest will close at S o'clock
p. m., on Tuesday, May 31. 1904, and
the names of the successful contestants
Will be announced in . The" Journal as
soon as. the vote is canvassed, enabling
the sucoessful boys and girls to receive
the benefits hereunder between Jun (
and the olose of the world's fair.
Enter the Contest at Once the
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i You May Win. .
17 f 1 PORTLAND
jme mf U HI 11 Ul O&EGON.
MLS
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CundofTirrlbli Cough en
KJackson,tJnviUetJllwrils:
"My s daughter had a" severe attack of .
La Grippe and. a terrible cough .on ber
lungs. We tried a great many remedies V
without relief. She tried FOLEY'S
HONEt AND TAR which cured her. x
She has never been troubled with a cough
since." , ' - . '
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blood, stomach, heart, liver, lydney
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.We cure Gonorrhoea in A Week.
The doctors of this "institute are
all regular graduates have ' had
many years' experience, have been
known in Portland ' for 15 years,
have a reputation to maintain, and
will undertake no ca'se. unlesi cer
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We guarantee a euro In every case we
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148 H Sixth Street, Vortlaaa, Orefon,
' ' ' Comer Alder. .
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CunrJ Whin Viry Low With
Pmamoaia
"J. V. Bryan, of Lewder, HLpwritesr
My little boy was very low with pneu
monia. Unknown to the doctor we gave
him FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR.
The result was magical and puzzled the
doctor, as Immediately stopped the
racking cough and he qufckly recovered."
JPse
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DKLleblg
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Only Specialists for Men
Eitablltbed m Pclflo Cout 2T
years afo, still contlout to core
most obstinate, chjonlo prlTtto
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The Qreat Chinese Doctor
Is called great be
cause his wonderful
cures ' are so well
known throughout
' the- United States,
1 and because so many
?eoDle are thankful,
o him for saving
their liyes from-
OPERATIONS
He treats any and
' K all diseases with
powerful Chinese
trL-it barks and vegetable
.OTJItiLlai that are entirely un
known to nieUlcal science In this coun
try, and through the use or tnese Harm
less remedies. This famous doctor knows
the action of over 600 different remedies
that lie haa successfully used In different
diseases. He guarantees to cure catarrh,'
asthma, lung troubles, rheumatism, ner
vousness, stomach, ,lier, kidneys, fe
male trouble and -all private diseases.
Hundreds of testimonials, Charges
moderate. " Call and see htm. '
COBSULTATIOir 1!B.
Patients out of the city write for
blank and circular, inclose stamp. ; Ad
dress i.--n- ..-.,-... i v r f ,, .
THE C. GEE WO CHINESE
MEDICINE CO..
2SS Alder street, Portland, Or. Men
tion this paper. -
Furnace
In your house soon pays for Itself In
comfort and savins; of fuel. Let us fig
ure with you on the cost of installing
one in your house.
J. O. Bayer Tnrnace Co., i
tit Second 8t... Tel. Main ill.
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