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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENINO. DECEMBER 6. ISOS.
BY EIGHT VOTES
, '- '' .r. -; ;''v( '
Close Contest; In Chehalis Re
sults In Selection of Candl-i
: dates From ach Ticket.','
PEOPLED TICKET ELECTS s,
FOUR OUT OF SEVEN MEN
Tha Lid on 'at Goldendale Inde
pendents , Carry' Centralis -Ballard
Defeats Annexation to Seattle
Dancehall to Go at Aberdeen, "
mA rikroatoh to Th. Journal.) '.
' ChehalU, WMh Ieo. . The closeet
contested election held - here In recent
' years reaulted In the election of I
' Lawrence ee mayor by ' plurality at
votea yesterday. There were three tick
. eta In the fialdv Party llaee were not
. drawn, local queatlone . being the le-
sues. v. ' -1 - 1 ' '
' -Other offlcere elected were: .' - X' .
Cory, treaeurer: W. K. Bishop, attorney
W. A. Westover. clerk; D. O. H.. Dow,
health officer: eounellroen, two year
term. R. Flechtnor, Q. Orlaeler, A. C. By
: Johns: at large, A. ixmanoe. - -
? . The following waa- the vote:-'
PeoDlee Ticket L Lawrence. Mayor,
17; A.' a Cory, treasurer, 18T: P.'C,
Beauford. cleric 18; O. W. Kennloott,
.health Mfleer. Ill: 8. C White, ettor-
rer?""?-J; eouncllmen for two yeare, R.
rechtneK 164; George Gelsaler. lit; 8.
A. Phillip, lit; at large, one year. Carl
. Hotter, ill, . ;
Cltlsena Ticket W. EL Biahop. at
torney. 171: Dr. Q. H. Dow. health or
' fleer. 171; 8. Hartman. il, O. R. Walker,
3. X P. Dever. . for two-year council
men; J. E. Balndon. 40. for councilman
at large one year.
Chehalis. Ticket M." A. Xanghome,
.17. mayor; Edward Deggeller. treaaurer,
H4r W. A. Weatorer. clerk, iff; two-
' year eouncllmen. A. C. BU John. Ill;
John .West. JOS; T. U Devereeee, 110;
A. DOnahoe,-at Urge, 171.
The rcault la mainly a victory for the
Peoples' ticket aa their mayor, treaa
urer and two councilman for two jreara
won out. , y i . , ,.
V AMITY GOES DRY. ;
Twenty-Eight Wemea Aid Cause of
- Temperance ay Totla.
v--- (AaecUl Dtepateh t The JoornaL)
Amity, On, De t. The annual town
election waa one of the moat exciting
conteata - in the history of the town.
The queatlon waa whether or not the
town should license ealoona, the "dry
- element, winning by I majority. There
were polled 121 votea, the hlgheat num
ber erer recorded. Twenty-eight women
availed themaelvee of their right to vote
under the new charter. The offlcere
elected are: E. W. Rhea. R. O. Jonea,
F. Btullenberger, B. . Oood and F. K.
' Roth, eouncllmen; J. A. Ruble, marahal;
J. F. Bashor, recorder; A. ,F. tiauacr,
, treaaurer. ..... t-
' VfCOLDENDALE DRY. -
Antl-I.loanae People Carry the Klooioo
Sleet AQ tat One Candidate. ".f
'' Ooldendale. ' Waah., Deo. ' .There
waa great lntereat taken In the munici
pal election here yeeterday. The tem
perance laaue waa the main queatlon.
The antl-llcenae people have, been agi
tating the queatlon for aome time, and
Monday night they held a grand rally,
the reault of which waa ahown at rea
terday'a election, when the entire antl
llcenae ticket waa elected by a major-
' Ity of 10 votea, except the city treaa,
nrer, who waa defeated, by twos votea.
The antl-lleenae eouncllmen elected are
B. N. Bnover, 8. 8. TBomaa and A. C
Chapmaa v For treaaurer, ..George H.
Hyatt, on the Cltlaena ticket, waa euc
ceaaful, - . . ,
' hold their jobs. f
Baker City scare meappolata All of the
. ' -Old OtBolala. ::;ff
v : flawU Dlapatck to Tke loanat) "
,. Baker City, Or., Dec . For the flrat
time In the city'e hlatory the entire liat
f municipal offlclala appointed by the
anayor laat year waa reappointed for an
other year. The appolntmenta were eub
mitted by Mayor C. A. Johna laat even
ing to the council, who approved them
alL Tboae appointed for another year
were: .Policeman Kellogg, temporary
poundmaater; . Dr. W. t- Perker, city
; phyaiclan; U. Fox, chief of fire depart-
' uo ototanre oo. uov clotxio oo.
nanU Ed Jackson, chief of police; J.
Hellner, city attorney; Frank Orabner,
auperlntendenta of atreeta: P. A. San
borg, city engineer; W. O. Reynold a
water auperlntendent; I H. Strelgol,
water collector; Tom Merrill and' Her
bert Lee are retained aa regulara on the
police force, and W. Thompaon aa ape-
clal orncer at the depot.
Harry 8. Bo wen waa reelected 'preal
dent of the council, and atandlng com1
mlttee were announced by the mayor
practically the aame aa thoae which
have worked together during the laat
year. . ., f
Only One Tleket In the TUld and All
jromlaeea Are Choeeo.
8neelal DlaDatch to The JooraaL) :
Kalama. Waah., Dec . The munlol
pal election. reaulted aa followa: O. D.
Peck, eouncllmen for two yaara, it
votea; Byron Coffey, councilman for two
yeara,-4t votea; Hugo Shula. couaoUman
for two ycara, tl; R, E. Tunata.ll. coun
cilman for one year, 47; B. O. Klndorf,
treaaurer, 47 votea . Total votea eaat,
61.. Only one ticket waa In the field,
and all on It were elected.- Mayor C
Kalahan holda! over. Councllmatt-John
Soott holda over, a do Marahal W. 4.
Hand and Clerk E. N. Howe.
Boko Sleottoa Quiet, '
(Seecial Dispatch to The Joaraal.)
Echo, Or.. Deo. (.In the city election
here yetterday Mayor I A. Batch waa
re-elected for-a third term, and for
treaaurer. W. IL Boyd; recorder, B. B.
Uiliette; maranai, h. v. rmgaiey; eoun
cllmen. John Dora, T. J. Oulltford. C. R.
Llale. 11. R. Newport. Claude Oliver,
Frank Bpike. It waa a quiet election,
although there la uuch excitement In
Echo over the approval of the eaat Uma
tilla Irrigation project, from which Echo,
being the center of the enterprlee, would
derive much benefit. .
' One Ticket at Dayton, : . -
(Special Dlapatch to Th Journal.)
Dayton, Waah., Deo. . Dayton'a mu
nicipal election waa a tame affair with
onlv one ticket In the field.
. Thoae elected are: Mayor, O. W Jack'
eon; city attorney, Leon - Kenworthy
clerk. Robert Sturdevant; City treaaurer.
Walter Frary; health officer. Dr. C. H.
Day; council mah-at-Iarge, AI Cahtll
oouncllman Touchet ward, ' W. H. Van
Lew; Dayton ward, L. F. Jonea; Brook
lyn ward, Everett Eager.
- Saaoe Xalla boomed,.; .1
P (Jooraal Special Berrlce.)
Aberdeen, Waah., Dec (.The election
of John Llndatrora aa mayor of tbla
town to auoceed hlmeelf at yeeterday'e
election aounda - the death knell of
dance halla. Thla waa the main feature
or the campaign, the platforma.of both
partlea being pledged to auppreee danca
halla. . L.lnaatrora waa . the ' Cttlaena'
ticket candidate. .. .v. -
- . Zadepemdeata Wia OeatralUk
(Joarnai Special Berriee.)
Centralia. Waah.. Deo. f . The Inde
pendent ticket made a clean aweep In
the election held here yeaterday. Charlea
8. Gllohrlat waa choaen mayor, F. T.
Merrltt city attorney, W. O. 'Bennett
clerk; for olty treaaurer P. A. Btahl.
Independent, waa elected over. M.
Clark by a majority 7f 111. .
'v ' '. At Pilot Book. '
Vspadal Dispatch to Toe JoaraaU
Pilot Rock. Or.. rtec . At the
city election here yeaterday the follow
ing were choaen 1 Mayor, E. F. Beitle;
marahal. T. II. McReynolda; recorder.
Ray Miller; treaaurer, O. E. Sturdevant;
eouncllmen, Ike Bogard, W. H. Olenn,
Charlea Neweomb, L. E. Hoy, M, A. Stur
devant.. . . ,,... . ...V
' Ballard efeata" Anaexatton.
aaywji-neia Barwieia nwrrw. g m
Ballard, Waah.. Dec .V eat Seattle.
trm Biniuni pauau infnataii jtnr,xamgn.
of their respective, towna to Seattle at
yeeterday'e election. The Republican
ticket, headed by J. Wiley for mayor,
waa elected In Ballard, while In Weet
Seattle the Cltlaena' ticket won.
- Cltlaena Win Boqniam,
1 (Joarnai Special Serrtce.) "
Hoaulam. Waah- Dec. t. With the
election of Dr. A. J. Mclntyre aa mayor
a wide open town for Hoqulam la prae-
tlcally aaaured. With the exception of
one councilman the , entire Cltlaena'
ticket waa elected. .,-
KANAEKA MAY ESCAPE
. MURDER SENTENCE ..
- . "t- . . . ... i' .
Little Evidence So Far Given to
Show Hini Guilty " of
Sasaki's Death. - ,
Don't wait for the storm
lignal to be up before get-'
ting your two feet into a
safe port; w a t e r-t I gh t ,
, shoes here at $1.00 each. 2
?-cXttfh -yy'-r- -y-::"-
... We have the Portland
Agency for Royal ; Blue,
Shoes.' Every" pair guar-,
anteed $3.50. : r : .;' ;
Our Shoe Man would ,
"Tike to show you some.
3 Oatnttora for Mtea aad Bars, -a
,1 1M aad 168 Third wtreet, .
g ' : Mohawk Bolldlng. ,
UOK OtOTXUS CO. "LI0V CLOTKIKd 00.
Little testimony waa given In the trial
Of Klnta Kanaeka, a Japaneee charged
with the murder : of Matau Sasaki on
October 11. thla morning other than
the faot that the dead man had been
aeen Buffering and bleeding from
wounds; that he had been Been In thla
condition both by fellow-countrymen and
local policemen. Henry E. McGinn, at
torney for the defendant, aaked very
few queetlona on eroaa-examinatlon.
The atate'e caae la being preeented by
Dlatrict Attorney, John Manning and
hut .deputy, Harry Adams. Numerous
Japaneee were queatloned thla morning,
all of whom aald that they aided In at
Shlma, one of the state's wltnessee.
Insisted that he be aaked more ques
tions after Mr. Adama had told him
that he had-no more to aak and Mr. Mc
Olnn stated that, be would not cross
Special Policemen E. W, Oaeaett and
M.-P. Cannon told of eeelng the dy
Ing Japanese In a dark, hallway ,near
Second and Everett atreeta; and that
they found a bloody knife near the
doorway pf the. hall. ' Detective A. O.
Vaughn testified to .having aeen BasaHI
and ofTiavIng Worked to aecure the ar
rest of the alleged -murderer. , -
STRUCK IN THE FACE ; t
BY A FALLING. TIMBER
" (Special ptasateh to. The Joeraal.l
WInlock, Weah . Dec ' Henry
Strand, a laborer at the mill of J. A.
Veneaa. waa yeaterday atruck by a piece
of 2x4 falling from the water tower,
0 feet above. The timber atruck Strand
In the face, breaking his' flAae, fracturing
the outer bone of the akull above the
noae and bruising the face very badly.
Dr. Thompaon dreaaed the Injurlee tem
porarily, and the man waa taken to the
Dumond hospital at Centralia on the
noon train. v
V Spices '
Come riiht alorid and'
let us show you how
quick and easy you
can det a beautiful
Great Imfirlcu.IiDportisj Tta Co.
aas riret ut. :
v SSI waahlagtoa 81 Fortl-
ALL PAY HONOR TO
Celebrated Author , Is Guest of I
Honor at Banquet to Cele
t ... brate His Birthday .
FUNNY AND WITTY 'TALK
..'J IS MADE BY HUMORIST
Deacribes Hia Scheme of Life Which
Would Kill Anyone Else Has Ar
rived at an Awful Dignity Now a
Time Expired Man. : ' '
' Oraaa Bbada Taxm Bonght. ,
Jjk Orande, Or., Dec. t.-J. D. Me
Kennon of this city baa purchased the
Hardy Harold farm, which consist oi
1,4 acre altuated about eight mllea
eaet f -thla eUy It la a fine body o
land which le now In grain aad bay.
The price paid waa ISO per .ere, or
HI, 100. Thla Is one nf the flneat tracta
of land in the Orand Ronde valley.
" Tegleoed colde make fat . grave
yard a. ' Dr. Wood s Norway Pine Syrup
halna men and worn, to m. haniiv. vl-
' (Joareal Speeial Servlee.)
New Tork. Dec. . Hark Twain waa
the guest of honor at a banquet tendered
him by George Harvey In honor of hia
aeventieth birthday. About 170 authora
were present. Cablegrams and mee-
aagea wera received from authora all
over the world. , In responaa, Mr, Clam
"The aeventieth birthday. It la the
time of life when you arrive at a new
and awful dignity; when you may throw
aside the decent reaervee which have
oppressed yeu for a generation, and
stand unafraid and unabaahed upon your
aeven-terraced summit 'and ' look down
and teach, unrebuked. Tou can' tell the
world how you got there. It la what
IiSt "nail never get urea
deep morallttee you climbed up to that
great place. Tou will explain the pro
eeaaoa, dwell on the particulars 'with
senile rapture. I have been anxloue to
explain my own system this long; time
and now at laat I hav. th. right, t 7
- ; Xla Schema of Ufa.
"I have achieved my 70 yeare In the
oaual way. by- etlcklng strictly to a
scheme of my life which would kill any
body else. It sounds like an exaggera
tion., but that le really the common rule
for attaining old age. We have no per
manent habita until we are 40. Then
they begin to harden, presently they
petrify.' then buslnesa begins. Since 40
I have been regular about going to bed
when there was not anybody left to alt
up with, and I have made It a rule to
set up when I had tar This ha re
sulted In an unswerving regularity of
Irregularity. In the matter of diet,
which la another main thing. I have
been persistently strlat.jn sticking to
the things which didn't agree witn me
until one or the other of us got the
best of It. Until lately I got the best
of It myself. ' But last spring I stopped
f rollicking with mince pie after mid
night; up to then I had always believed
It wasn t loaded. For iv years i nave
taken cof foe and bread at In the morn
ing and no bite nor aup till 7:10 In the
evening. ' -
. One Olgaa at m Time. -v
"I have made It a rule never to amoke
mora than oner cigar at a time. I have
no other restriction aa regards smoking.
As for drinking, I have no rule about
that When the others drink, I like to
help; otherwiae I remain dry, by habit
and -preference. Thla dryneaa does not
hurt me, but it could easily hurt you,
becauae you are different . Tou let It
"Since I waa 7 yeare old I have eel
dom taken a doae of medicine and have
still seldom needed one. But- up to
7 I lived exclusively on allopathio medl
cinea, not that I needed them, for I don't
think I did. It waa for economy. My
father took a drugstore for a debt and
It .made codliver oil cheaper . than the
other "breakfael foods. I wss ths first
Standard Oil trust I had It sll. ' By
the 'time the drugstore Wss exhauated
my health -waa established, and there
has never been much the matter wMh
me alnce. .: ... . ,
Started SOy la Morals. .'"'
"I hsvs never taken exercise except
sleeping end resting. and-I never Intend
to take any. Exercise le loath aome. And
IV cannot be of any benefit when you
are tired; I. was alwaya tired. I have
lived a, severely moral Ufa. But It
would be a mlatake for other people
1o try It or recommend It Very few
would aucceed. . Tou have to have
perfectly . coloeaal stock of morals and
you cannot get them on a margin: you
have to have the whole thing and put
them in your box. Morals srs an ac
quirement Ilka music. Ilk. a - foreign
language, like piety, poker, paralysis
no man . la born with them. I wasn t
myself. I etarted poor,. . , , 4
"Three score yeare and ten. It la the
Scriptural statute of limitation.' After
that you owe no active duties; for you
the strenuous life Is over. Tou are a
time-expired man, to uae Kiplinga mili
tary phrase. - You have served your
term, well or lees well, end you are mue
tered out-. You arw become an honor
ary member of the i republic)' you ere
emancipated; compulsions are, not" for
you, hor any tragle-eoll, but lights ouC
You pay the time-worn duty bills If you
choose, or decline If . vou prefer and
without prejudice, for they are not le
gally collectible." -
Women love a clear, ' healthy com-
Slexlon. '' Pure blood- makee It Bur
ock Blood Bitters makes pure blood.
Wilson Brothers'- Sale will be no more. Every article in the house will
be sold tomorrow. This, one vof the most successful sales that was ever
held in Portland, has left us with broken sizes in some lines, and .we have
decided to sell every garment in our salesroom of 172 Third St at: prices
that, will make you wish you had a dozen men arid boys in the family.
ii mm mm mm esmK mm mtm mm mm . stv Matm t m m. .aSmBBv m i w-m w sr
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433 Odd Siie Suits, in different patterns; worth from $10,
$12 and $15. All go at one price take your pick for last -
.".I v.... ; " ' day only , . t ' ; .
8i Suits.' In' Cheviots, Scotch Tweeds, French Worsteds;
. worth from $16.50, $18 and $20. All go for . -. -
J In different patterns. Sizes from 33 tp 50. ,
Two tables of Men's Imported Worsted Dress Suits; worth
- from $20, $22Ji0 and $25. All go at ,4 - .
- ' -S"--'
These are Beauties,' All in latest cuts, v
Men's hand tailor lrde Suits, with silk and satin lining, in
single and double breasted; your tailor asks you $40 foe
. these.- They all go.au ;
"k'. ' V ' . ..
713 jMenBlue Keraey Overcoats; former" price $12.50.
'h'i Last day selling price : '.. :'-y:-:
av w l M 1 1 x.'V M v jt v J i w. la
.97 Odd Sin Milton and Kersey Overcoats; worth from $11
" y. - 'y $12 jnd $13.50. All go for r
T"" se , aasw , . . . -:; Ur. ft .
' 63 Crayenette Coats, odd sixes ; "worth from $22.50, $25 and
' ? -7 - $30. AU ro fof . ,. "
Three stacks of Priestley's Cravenette Raincoats, with belt
' effects, in light and dark shades. ' All go for .
33 Boys' Dress Coats, in light tan; worth $12. Oo for
, ': Only a few of these left. 1 t ." f . , ' ' ;
Boys' Black Overcoats, with Astrachan collars and cuffs J
' ' ' worth $6.50. Last day sale price . . ;
y'" y ' ' ' v "-- ' , ; -y -
Boys' Heavy Ulster Coats, with large collars'and belt effect;
... i , ' "-. " worth $12 ahd $15. -Go for -- .
Prnits : and I Odd Vests
- - 'X . 200 Pairs Men's Pints, in all shades. Go for -
348 Pairs of Pants ; all worth twice as much as our sale price
481 Pairs of Fancy Worsted Pants; worth $4 and $5. All
'. ' ,v-' ' ;:; ; ; ! ' go for ;. - s ,..' ' ,
' " y- ' s$2a21 -V'., ;v : 7 y v ; '"'.Vt
' '.86 Odd Vests ; worth as much as $5. Go for ;
In silks, cassimeres and velvetSaj -i I
Furnishing Goods Dept.
Men's WooJ Underwear; worth $1, $1.50 and $2,; Go . V
for .;;:v77.... ......;.;..i;....r.J.r;xnr
, Men's Heavy Sweaters ; worth $1 and $1.50. ' . All go
for . . .......... . ...... .... . i . . . r .."..r....V.40TTv
Boys Heavy Sweaters, for winter wear. G6 for ' ' ' ' 30
Japanette Silk Handkerchiefs; regular 25c valued Last
: day price -. . ... ... .... j , . 7
Men's Fancy Hose; regular 50c kind. .............. ..23
Men's Black Lisle Thread Hose; 25c kind. Last day
sale price .77., . .'. . '. t. ,.,,.7e.
Men's Sanitary Fleece Lined Underwear; $1 ldnd....40
Men's Working Shirts. Last day's price. .19
Men's Fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs t . . . ; . , ....... . .4
Silk Ties 50c kind ..................... j .......... .0
Silk Windsor Ties. .'. . . . . . ............ ... . ; ; .. .tty
All shades and colors. '
All Wool Socks'; regular 25c kind. , Sale price. ...... .12
"Men's Tan Hose regular 25cjdnd. New. ...... . .. . . , ,7f
' Ail of the $1. $1.50. Hats in medium ahades ....... .49
$2.50 Welts and Turned Sole Shoes; ' Last day price
Regular $2.00 and $2.50 values. Last day price . , .
Regular $2.50 and $3.00 values. Last day price. . . . .
Ladies' Dress Shoes. ' ' Last day 'price ..............
Ladies' Vici Kid! worth $2,50.' Last day price. ....
Ladies' Heavy Shoes for rainy weather. Last day
price ............ .....v.......
Children's Shoes. Last day price..
: e?u "r j...
Men's Shoes; reg. $2.50 and $3 value. Last day price f 1.69
Box Calf and Vici, all styles ; regular $2 and $3. values.
Last day price. . . j-. . , ....'.. ... . . . . .$1.69
Box Calf and Vici, all atyles; regular $2.50 and $3 values,
v Last day price..-r.............. ........ i.i,....fl.G9
.Men's Patent Leather $5 Shoes. Last day price... 82.68
"Mens Shoes'. Last day price. ...... . ........... .81.23
Men's Dress Shoes. Last day price;. ..v..:... .;. .$1.49
Men's Patent Leather Shoes; worth $5.' Last day
price , ............ . . . . ..................... 82.15
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Remember tomorrow isjthe LAST DAY of WHson Brothers' Sale.- Gome
.lJ : . -. with the. crowds" to our salesrooms tomorrow morning ..at i :L '.