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THE OREGON DAILY
SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 27. 18C5.
USED ROUND THE WORLD
Waller Bafcer "& Co:s
6pcuiatlon.iinFuture of In
dependent Lead Producers
. . f - Jltl T -
Faithfulness Tof" Mongrel Picked
ypn Desert Rescues Mart
in Coeur d'Alenes."
BRADLEY'S PRESENCE IN
IMPRISONED IN SHAFT
Canine-Stands Guard Fait
:and Hercules Big Capital.-,.
7 Bringing Rescuers ta Scene
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v ' v and:
f J l2A
L jj'Jj Years."
W: ' "iccTrn nrjiM Tmm irnji rr : R
m m m m m m k mm m m n i mmm
SrcIl Dlnpttc to ThljMli .
" . tors of this camp who are not on. the
Inside of the big mergers being per
i "' 'fected through' the. ;Amer!cir SmritfT
--"' r: genrrttter-xampany. ' hav - been- vainly
''f:T speculating on the alignment after, the
Indicated combines have been completed.
' Purchase of- the Federal company's ih
. i tereata gives' a dominating; hand- In the
".': lead Industry of the northwest, although
; - ---rte'ract msr res BankerHar Bui-
llvan and -the' Hercules are ;poth m
the outside yet cause, many to wonder
' If the combine will not ajso ultimately
' .mbre-thee brtlllarproducers.
Blintill Fred W. Bradley. mang.lng en:
. rineer for the Bunker Hill -be thoaen
preside! f--41e dralr-4 eueeeed
Charles 8 weeny, the merger of his great
producer . would no doubt precede tbj.s
change or omciaia.
Minucr Iar ofthe Hercules has re-
cently been quoted- as holding; his mine
at 10.000.000. and the Bunker Htll and
Bull Ivan would no doubt bring a higher
v figure since opening the enormous shoot
en the 1. 000 level. 'Should -the Federal
or Us holding ' eoncern covft tfiese
,' rhlnes. there, would probably have. toe
n addition of lo,000;oo capitalisation
to the existing $30,000,000 of the Fed
eral. It Is locally bellevd that this
" end is detred-,-TmirriiP surprise would
r be created locally by announcement
: MERCURY FURNACE TO
AVtUUttrtAnlptjrhJnfafi of contentment was
- J Manager W. B. Dennla Of
.:.--- Ttliirh Hntte purnury mnr, hr
. , countyrreached the city yesterdajr and
:, la- rufthlog -hl arrangements for com
pletlon of la model of Ui mercury fur
nace that- Is to be exhibited-at the fair.
r-' In a general way, the furnace Is dc
scribed as gaa generator and furnace'
combineV-l-whlch It ha,beeiT the pur
pose of the management to effect abso-
lute combustion - of Tutsi 'anaicave
" gaser for forming- soot. 'The furnace
" bulirwir for " xperTmenW purposes.
and waa. on' original lines which "Mr.
Denh.vnd-- Msr "mechanical -engineers
.have worked out, and the tests still Con
tinue; - . . . . 1. . .
Early results" have' been' even more
rfttfylngthan' the - manager expected,
as tie was able to breath the escaping
-dra u ght-from t h -"startr -wttnmirTnt ect-
Ju Hi JTrispn''-"of any gas-: TVTien It' Js
t renumbered (hat the fumes from
.' cury furnace are popularly, supposed to
lLJnietyt:pTilrmoOT.-iit: wtlt -readily
. be apprerii,l;d that Mr. Dennis. .has
-rt: achieved -. .-wonderful" advance In' his
work. Ttie-fxill yalnw Pf" hl furnace
stated tliat he has effected.' great eevn-
rnotBy lttime, while perfecting tbe-oom-1
" ' ' The model to be ahown at the fair Is
( : ansured "wide attention among the en
'' Itlneeflng' fraternity" of the country, as
'3 some, of the prominent members of the
' .profession have already been to the
' v" mine to observe Its workings.
' LINCOLN TO CYANIDE
' HUNDRED TONS DAILY
; ' .
,L (SperliltDi.rwtch ta.Tbe Jnaml.V
Pearl. Idaho. May 27. The manage
ment ofthe Lincoln mine. In this camp,
t expects to "have the 100-ton cyanide
- - - plant completed within slightly more
than two months. There will be five
. tanks of S00 tons capacity each, which
will enable the management to hold the
pulp In solution something more than II
days, which Is estimated to be sufficient
for a perfect extraction.' The crosscut
. . from the new vertical ahaft on the J 00
- level Is being driven rapidly, and when
,:r-r-eompleted.-jwtll enable- the -management
to handle the ore wltb the new hoisting
. pjimt. AU4Keratlona are being pressed
with the purpose of getting the I.in
... coin In good working shape within two
.'.months, after which there should be
' nofurther troublA fmtn aiiir "r
" ' otherwise, as bullion will, be all the
mine has to ship to the outside world.
.WHERE GOLD IS TAKEN
FROM MINE AND FARM
-I.JRalph W. Hoyt, cashier of the Mer-chsnts-Natlonul
bank, Tiai-JURl returned
from a tour of eastern Oregon and west
ern . Idaho. After a trip to Wallowa
lake. In Wallowa county, Mr. Ueyt went
en to Baker City and Bumpter, where he
had the pleasure of seeing two or three
"collections of nuggets and native gold
taken from the Belmont strike. In the
Oreenhorna. At Baker City there was
In the First National bank a pan of the
gold, which had thi apearance of flakes
- with -occasional stringers of wire gold
. In the batch. Those exhibited at Sump-
Keep a bottle of the Bitters
handy if you would save a lot
of suffering. When the Stonv.
"ach7t4r or Kidneys sre un
able to perform their work
few doses will, help wonder
fully. It never fails in cases of
Costivcness, Sour Stom
ach; Poor Appetite, L!ver
or Kidney IDs or Malaria.
' l '
look rem thh
r : ; --Worlds Fair
Uraridrnzelct. I s
Walter Bakcr&Qo. Ltd.
Ckblbhed ,... DORCHISTM, MASS.
a r HIGHEST AWARDS IN
4 0 EUROPE AND AMERICA
ter also' showed the peculiar shape of
the; gold, and makes an attractive ex-
All of the tipper country Is In ex
cellent condition." said Mr. Hoyt. I
found the bankers. In hlghsplrit, gnrt
business men gnTllT """'".
humnm men genj
especially noticea. wool is sowing nign,
the clip has been heavy and stockmen
are iubllunli The general Interesto east
Tf"th Cascades are flourishing, and the
year- will will be memorable In that part
of the country. .Everywhere that I
went I found the same condition pre
Mr. Hoyt fished In Wallowa lake f qr
a short time, then, went to Baker and
Sumpter, thence- to- Ontario and-follow-
njmrtharrnr-ttic Boise eintry.
Tvmxn-BO rwutna. iwaqb.
WHHam Trevor,- operating -"-lif-jne'
Seven. Devil district' of Idaho, has just
returned home after consummating; the
deal whereby the. 'aUotialCopP
pany acquired 10 claims near Cuprum,
-frrr -t ne ehtpment of l.?00 pounds of ore
to the fair for eghlbitlen purposes, and j
says that worn -nr-tobe1 eommencea
goon Thr-af.fr orflve-shafts
on the veins, "having a depth of SO to 00
fecllr two" large open cuts from which
ore has been shipped.-and two or three
MTTtfVOf ay lhcrai
dumps t present, some trt -whtdr weutd I
probably stand shipment. When ore
was taken from the surface workings
before. It was hauled a dh distance in
wagons at a cost of about M0 a ton for
(Bpeelal Olipatch t Tbs Jooraal.1
Cottage Orove. Or.. May - J7. Two
jpep are Investigating Bohemla'and 1t
la thought they represent the Keswick
smelter. . They have made one trip to
the district and are again at the mines,
having come In on the night train and
left for Bohemia in the morning. The
mining men of Bohemia gladly welcome
smelter interests as they feel that
more Is needed to make the camp per
manent. The men are 8. P. Fellman
and W. W, Adam of, Berkeley. Cali
fornia. nxttvr mm noDvcxira.
(Special IHnpstrh to To Journ!.)
Iralrle City. Or., May 27. The Pres
ent Meed will probably produce steadily
during the summeron a small scale.
Superintendent W. E. Glffo.rd ha In
augurated shipments to. the . Sumpter
smelter, and aays that he has enough
oro- ln sight to continue the good work.
fThe ore Is understood to have torn
from the latest strike made In the prop-
-rty; when the management found the
extension of th-ld shoot beyond
BOVAsTXA DZSTaUOT PAT BOLU
A recent estimate of the total num
ber of - men -working . in., the Coeur
d'Alenes this year la J.000. - Some of the.
large mines have from 250 to 100 men
each, while many prospects not In the
producing list employ good forces. The
Coour d Alenes have started forth With
the apparent assurance of breaking all
previous records, Including the record
smasher of 1904. ,
AjrOTXZm KXU bxfobtxs.
gpecls Upitcfc to Tht'jparDSl.)
Baker Cltyr-Or... May 27.v Manager
George W, Boggs of the Mayflower,
Cornucopia district, reports an appar
ently entirely new body of ore three feet
in width on the footwall of his vein.
Mr. Boggs saya he ha ordered a 10
stamp mill and other machinery for the
mine, which will be here In time to be
installed vwhlje the road are good. . :
MADE L0VET0 WAITRESS "
THEN DEFRAUDED FRIEND
(ftpecUl DUpatrk ' The Jonsjut.)
Sea t tl eJlax --Myron THeleofnb,
the Oakland, California, ttuslness man,
church worker and society favorite, who
created a sensation In that city m week
ago by making love to a pretty restau
rant girl, Miss Lydla Sen roth, and when
when!' it became public mysteriously dis
appeared, was In Seattle for several 'day
last Week.' . '. ., r-.rr-rT! .:ei:''
.P.'OVednesdayJia. entered the. Quake
Druf company's atore on First. avenue
and shook hand with Robert, B. Cal
ley. secretary of the company. - After a
short conversation ha asked Mr. Calley
If h would Identify him at th bank so
.that he might cash's. I to check. Know
Ing that Holcomb was one of th stal
warts financially Calley had no hesi
tancy In doing so. Testerdsy the- check
Was returned f rom th California bank
protested. ' T .'' "
Slnce cashlng the paper Calley ha
seen nothing of Holcomb and while It Is
nenevea ne is ntui in the city 61 wher- 1 HELLIN'I TOOO CO
bout is unknown. - -r s - A - . " VY" vw
. : ,.:' (Jooraul Rpeelal gerTlee.)
Manvel, May. IT. George LrfWig. a well
known miner, owes bis rescue from a
terrible fate to the faithfulness ' of
mongrel -doa he . picked up' somewhere
on the deserU Long was In the Pro.vl
dence mountains prospecting, when ie
came upon an abandoned claim in wnicn
a tunnel had been driven, some 26 feet
an4:aU.lh-f ur.thec.ljDdihMt .gunk
perpendicularly to a depth .of IS feef.v
Long groped his wajr Into the tunnel,
never suspecting the presence of a deep
shaft until he gtepped-Jnta It and fell
heavily to the lower level.. The shaft
had no timbers or other means or
raDCa'nd he set to work to cut. out
ratcpg wheid-thejhaft, but the
rock proved too hard.
All- 4ht night- nd a good part - Of
the next day Long remained a, prisoner
In the black cell under the ground. Oc
casionally the dog would come to the
tunnel, whine down the shaft and then
lewv.---- ' x-.Ji. .- Jt rr-.
- When the old prospector had given up
all hope and was contemplating the use
of hie knife ratherthaa face alow star
vation, he heard a man whistling to the
dog. Then be descried a light feebly
flickering against the ledge above the
haft and the next he knew he was ly
ing by a eampflre with James More
iand and two other prospector bending
- The dog- attracted the prospectors t
the mouth of the tunnel, by hl whining.
ArtBe"bowomof- the -siiaft -weTround
human bonea, thought to be those of
some poor fellow who had also tallen
Into the hole and perished, j
WILLAMETTE TO HOLD
. SUMMER NORMAL TERM
(Special DUpatcfc lTkeJearaat'--'Balem.
Or., May 2f. Willamette uni
versity Is toTOnduct a siimmernoxiual
ool--atrrthfbenniorali of July and
August.-The sesolon ' will j;beglnlJune
JJ and'wIlI continue Until Anguat 10.
This determination was reached at a
meeting. f - the faculty on Wednesday,
May 14. . ,
rThe reason for the Institution of the
rummer school this year . waa the In-
demand f o - teuohers through-
out this state" and Washington, and the
ge which 'wlH-be- glreii to
-Httmients-tjy-'reasomi'f-the- f reejuae of
made a specialty. , A strong faculty has
bcenr'-solected. -1- wllk bejcowiposedf
Johh'TI. Coleman, I. V.. president of
Uha urfierslty: W. H. 11 n baffle, Ph.
rlnclpaU C.-O, Boy en serreta ry ; Mary
A.TM-." and other "leachers who f epe-
SOUND LUMBERMEN AFTER
PANAMA CANAL BUSINESS
(Special Dispatch to Tse- JoeraaL)
Beattle; May J7.-The, Pacific Coast
Lumber Manufacturers' association at
It monthly meeting In the Butler hotel
yest erda y decided to establish - a.- pur-
VhaH7iV"agency at Seattle for the Pan
ama canal ' business. Sound . mlllmen
have already received a contract for fur
nishing 11,000,000 feet of lumber for the
canal and additional orders are expected.
The agency- would act as distributing
medium, placing a share of the, orders
with mill that can get the stuff out
on time. .
CAPTAXW CBBXSS XJTJTTBID.
(Special Dlipstch to TbeAvaatT
1 Seattle, May 27. At 4 'o'olock yester
day afternoon Captain John 0"Brlen of
the steamer Olympla fell from the deck
of his vessel to a plls of lumber 25 feet
below and Is lying at Providence hospi
tal with physician unable . to aay
whether or not he will recover.
Every rib In. his body Is broken and
he has sustained several severe Internal
Captain O'Brien. waa one of the best
about to be appointed commander of the
Hill liner Dakota, when she arrived here
ABBBDBZVB TSW TACTOBT.
r (gpteUt Dlipatck. in The WmU
Aberdeen. JV'aah., May 27. Aberdeen
I to. have 7 new box factory. " The
neceaaary bonus ha been raised, the
land purchased, nd clearing the ground
has begun. It will be known aa the
Aberdeen B"bt factory and will be run
ning In about 60 days. Mr. Meyer, the
owner, ha gone to San. Francisco , to
buy the necessary machinery.
'(special Dispatch te The Journal.) .
Baker City. Or.. May 27. It 1 now
an assured fact that Baker City Is to have
an evening dally paper. The final 'ar
rangements nave been completed and on
June 1. E. P.-Dodd of Pendleton will
start the publication of the Baker City
Herald. He ha purchased a Mergen-
thalrp tmachtne and other eauloment
and will occupy the charters' of the old
Baker City Herald on Front etreet.
If you want a good food Jbf
your babyr fbed that i en. -dorsed
by physician, a food that .
contain a larf amount of difestibl '
constituent, a food that feed, a food
that will . nourish, ustain and pro-
m6t th growth of your baby, try
Mellin't Food. ' W will send a Mm.
pie for you to try. , .
H.nia's feed Is, Ike OIJLT lafaats
'H.. wklifc received the Craai rHia, N
the hlkrt award of the LnUtau Par.
kae IspesltUn, St. Lewi,. I904. UUk
r tbaa , gU medal. , -
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up of persons who are
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