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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, frORTLAND. THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 3, V1SC5.
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Departure of Steamer From Honolulu for the Volcano in the Klnau.
HAWAII VERY HEAR
- FOR IIGHT
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Balloting for Candidates for The
Journal's" Free Trip" Lasts
; Only Two Days. More. ,
LINING 6p FOlfFINAt'
r.' SPRINT FOR THE COAL
Those Low in List Work Hard and
Some Surprise Are in Store Con
test "Closes at Eight O'Clock Next
Saturday Night' C';'
... Only -two days more. The contest wU
eloee at f o'clock next Saturday Bight.
Totes art trumps in The Journal con
test. ' The" watchful era of the candi-
vj.-lavSsvtssVesBsawSV- VsV- jSmfct.
Miss Emilie Crossen, The Dalles.
data take. In every move of her adver
sary. Not a more but the candidates
adjust themselves to the circumstance
' Ever since the first ballets were dealt
out in August, the game haa progressed
"at a pace which is hard to be -Imagined.
Scores ' have shot- skyward and down
again, only to be 'sent sailing up again
by some strong play. Now the' final
play is being made, and there, are only
two days more In which to accomplish
the work. It is the all-absorbing hour
the last final effort. Who will hold the
most trumps? Who will have the win
nlng hand T Be one of them. Hurry
and you may be one of the top-notchers.
Be the star trump holder. ,'
The closing days of the contest bring
UniooRneM, dfcpepsls, loes of appetite,
gjfttnrbed sleep, nervousnnss, headache,
giddiness and drowsiness,' wind and pain
or fun new of the stomach after meals,
cold eollis and flushings of heat, short
Bess of breath -r these are the blank
- cheques-J phtsical bankruptcy. -
. The man- who, suffers from these dis
orders and neglects them will soon be In
the relentless grasp of some fstal disease.
Ifvhs is naturally narrow, chested-and
- shallow lanced. It will probably be con
sumption; if bis father or mother died of
paralysis or some norvous trouble, it will
probably bo nervous exhaustion or proe
Irstlon, or vaaUassnity; If there Is
Uint In the family blood, It will be blood
or skin disease; -if he lives la a new or a
low, swampy roontry, It will be malaria;
If ho lives a Me of exposure. It msy be
rheamstlsm. There Is one safe course for
man to follow who finds himself 'out of
sorts" and suffering from the symptoms
described. Jt Is to resort to Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. This medi
cine makes the appetite keen, corrects all
'disorders of the digestion, renders, seal ml
UUon perfect, Invigorates the liver, purl
lies and enriches the blood and builds
firm, healthy flesh and nervo tissue.
cures almost all diseases that result from
insufficient or Improper nourishment of
the brain and nerves.. Bronchial, throat,
and even lung affections, when not too
far advanced, readily yield to, It. f ,
f a A snan or wnmaa who neglects
1 BBlSS7constlpatl(aTifisrs from slow pof
f sonlns. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel
4 ' I ' Irt cure ootnUDaikro. One little
A A fcPlle"ta a t.le IsiaUva, and
' I I v twn S mild cstbartic. Don't let a
I selSh snllrr over-persoade TV
' I I accent ulyi1luiH for lhe OrtgU
II ' el Uttle iJver Pills, trxt puttio
" by old rr R V. Pierce over 40 yeais
ago nock a listed but never eeaalsd. ,.
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Miss Eva L. Todd, Astoria. -
dosenl of reoorts of different changes.
Votes have come In for the candidates
from many of the big cities of the
United States. From 8an Francisco
came a budget of votes for a candidate
yesterday. Several-days ago votes were
received from Seattle. and Tacoma. Then
some of the eastern cities have added to
the vote of the candidates. -Who will
be the cbaperonT That is more than we
know. , But, then, honestly, whom"1 do
you expect? AU Is now hurry, hurry.
for the candidates. :. -
Get tn the crowd that makes a star
bowing at the last. : Your opportunities
are as great , today as at any time. The
dark horses are getting restless. They
are gaining on the leaders with marvel
ous rapidity. Tbelr-ef forts are making
serious Inroads on those near the top.
The contest manager desires to explain
any of the rules of t,he contest that are
not understood by", the contestants.
When In doubt write to him, or call at
The Journal office and see him. The
total vote of yesterday climbed sky.
ward. Not a position haa changed In
any of the districts since our last pub
lication, i 4 ,
. In the first district Miss Minnie 8.
Phillips still retains the leadership with
14Z.M2 votes. Miss Bailie Madlgan holds
second place with 1ZS.700 votes.
In the second district Hiss Mollis
Proebstel holds first place with 111.081
votes, and Miss Katie Nash Is second
with S7.64S votes. ' -. i
In the third district: Miss Emllle
Crossen Is still leader with 6,69l votes.
Miss Luclle Crate la second with 60,567
votes. t ..'." hi:
In the fourth district MisKfrle Mae
King Is Still leader- with. .0&8 votes.
Mtsa Hattle Barton is second with' J 7,
601 votes. . "r ; ? V ' : ..
In. the .fifth district MISs Katherlne
uore is stni -leaner with 41. Ill .votes.
Miss Florence Heavren cornea second
with 40.400 votes. .- v
In the sixth : district Miss Blanche
Brown to still leader-with ss.689 votes.
Miss gtadge Bat tee takes second place
wun . ii,i74 votes. , - ;. , a
In the -seventh dlstrictr Miss Bertha
Courtemanche still leads with 88.171
votes. - Miss Myrtle Butler Is second
with 41.15 votes. .... .
In the eighth . district Miss . Edna
Parsley Is still leader-with 71.111 votes,
and Mis Dale. Harmon cornea -second
with St.2t votes.
masonic lodges hold :
, a joint; installation
In the Masonic hslL of the Burkhard
building ast night was held a joint in
stallation ol the new of fleers - of "the
Hawthorne, Washington and Mount Tabor-
lodges.- r'Many members of- the
three lodge and a number of. .visitors
wers present. The following officers
were installed: t : . .-
" Washlnrton' Lodre No. 4.; A.' IT.''
A.' M. L. CK Freeland, worshipful mss
ter; Ksrl V. Lively, eentbr warden; A.
s, . w riant, tumor warden: - R. B. Mo
Clung, treasurer; J. H. Richmond, sec
retary; Berlin -.Dsvis. senior deacon;
HQ. Norton, Junior deacon; C. M.'Bro
sey, senior stewsrd; H. C Smith, junior
steward; Thomas H. Brlckel, tyler.
'Hawthorn lodge No. Ill A. E. Bel
lows, woreotpful jnsater; P. A. Combs,
senior -warden;, ft- M. Stryker, .Junior
warden; Charles R "Miller, secretary; H.
H. Newhall, treasurer; '. C, B. Rogers,
senior deacon; F. B.Wdlls,, Junior dea
con; H. W. Ooddard, senior stewsrd; X
T. 'Darlington; Junior- steward; - W. . Bi
Mount, Tabor - lodge No. 41-J. R.
Chamberlain, worshipful master; W. K.
Potter,' -senior . wsrden; L DeTarmond.
Junior warden; GeOrge P. Lent, secre
tary; L. 8. Normandln. treasurer; K. A.
McPhrrson, ' senior .descon; ' B. E. Hun
ter, Junior dea'con; J. W. - Oreen. . senior
descon, James p. McCord. Junior dea
eon; Thomas Brlckel, tyler.
Ssapesos William Beads tHft. ,'
t Emperor William of (lermany has
presented to the Portland Seamen's mis
sion a portrait of himself end ths em
press, in recognition of' the cordial re
ception tendered ths- of fleers. .And sail
ors of ths Oermsn cruiser Fslke while
1n the. harbor last summer. The an
nouncement of the gift was mads by O.
Lohan, German conmil, st a' dinner at
tended by the sailors of the Seamen's
mission. The portrait already kaa been
abJaosd ana la expected, to arrive soon.
IN addition to saving-ten
article purchased here during: this
invited to select anything in the house e
: of the purchase price- and it's yours, free.j Say you buyva
" suit-regular $30, reduced to $25 you've $2.50 coming:.
. Take a hat. Take anything: yoii likei Take
charidise) order, g:ood aiiy time. You don't have to pay cash
small payment downbalance weekly or monthly.
During: this sale we; will allow you
" - terms, so make them e
Apparel for Hen, Women, Children. Furniture, Carpets, HousefurnisMngs, JewelrjvS ilyenare, Brlc-a-Brac, Etc.
EASTM OtJIMTTIRIG-CO I
nORE MILLS ARE
- HAfJDLIFJG ORE
About Thirty Stamps " Added
Within the Twelvemonth In .
v ' Southern Oregon, y r
ARE FULLY EQUIPPED
List of' Those Having Crashing
Plants as Annexes Four Operated
by Electric Power Secured From
'Rogue River Plant'. t ' ih
(sveetarDispateB W Se JeanaL)
Grants Pas.- Or- Deo. It. The close
of the year im. witnesses a remark
able Increase la ths number of mills
and treating plants on southern Oregon
quarts mines. - There are now mines
eaulDoed with 'mills and treating plants
In southern" Oregon, with a total of
Z00 stomas. . This Is an increase of
shout 10 stamps over . last yean r A
number ' of these ' mills havs been In
ODeratlomfor years, but a number have
just started US In recent months. , The
mines with muis are:
Greenback. Grave creek. 4s stamps;
Granite Hill, Grants Pass district, to
stamps;' Opp. Jacksonville district, IS
stamps; Oreg-on Belle. Forest creek, 1
stamps; Oro Flno, Jump-Off Joe, tO-ton
cyanide plant and roller crusher, equiva
lent to 15 stamps; Babv mine, Jump-
Off Joe. t stamps i Lucky Queen, Jump
Off Joe, 10 sumps; Hammerslev. Jump
Off Joe. 10 stamps;' Kremer, Mount
Reuben, i stamps; Tellow Horn, Placer,
I stamper Vulcan, Placer, i stamps; Gold
Bug, Mount Reuben.' ( stamps and 10-
ton cyanide; Ajax, Mount neuoen. i
stamps;- Golden .Wedge, Gallcs district,
- stamps; Crows, Crows rsnch, I
stamps; Eureka, Soldier . ereek. 10
stamps: Bone of Contention, Williams,
i stamps: Rising 8tar, Applegate, i
stamps; Mountain Linn, Applegate, f
stamps: Homeetake. 1 Kvsns creek.
stamps; Bill Nye, Gold Hill, stamps;
Brad en. Gold Hill. 10 stamps; Shorty.
Hope, Ashland. 10 stamps; Alder Gulch,
Applegate, s stamps. 4 ' i
At the present time a five-stamp mill
Is being plsced on ths Hlgglns mine
of Chetcp district. In the matter of
southern "Oregon treating plants,, the
100-ton smelter of the Takllma Smelting
company, on the Waldo copper mines,
should not be overlooked. ' Of the mines
mentioned In this list ths Greenback,
Granite Hill, Homes take and Opp are
operated by electricity -supplied from
the power plant of ths Condor Water
Power' company at Gold' Ray, jan
Rogu. river. 1 .
ALBANY OFFICIALS V
. TO BE SWORN IN
'" ?flprll Dlspatca te The Jonraal.) " '
ATBany, Os., Deo. 18. The recently
elected offW of this city will all take.
tns oatn or oriiee oeior. tne cios, or tns
week, owing to the charter provision
that they must be sworn la bn or before
the first Monday In January, and New
Tear's day falling on Monday, a legal
holiday. It la found necessary to take
ths oath of office' before. "as the oath
cannot be administered on that day.
MASONS OF ALBANY
" GATHER AT BANQUET
(Rpeelsl Dlsiisteh to Tee Jnerasl.) '
Albany, Or- Dec. 21. The Masonic
bodies of this city, ths Blus lfldswMnhap
tefand eommandery, last evening gave
a banoubt to the members of the Eaat-
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' Tigh WOl Be Bitter.
Those who will persist in eloslns? their
ears against the continual recommenda
tion of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption will hsve a long ana bit
ter fight with their troubles. If not ended
earlier bv fatal termination. Read what
T. R. Beau of BealL Miss., has to say:
"Last fall my wife had everv avmntont
of consumption. She took Dr. King's
New Discovery ' after everything else
had felled. "Improvement came at Once
and four bottles entirely' cured her.
Gusranteed by Skldmore Drug Co., 16
Third street. Price too and 11.C0. Trial
nomas Xxs ... j
The Kind Toil IIa,VA Wttv
In use for over 80 years,
e . s
- suui nas eea maae nnaer dim p4jr
jZfoz. aonalsaperrlslon since Its lnfkncr
All Counterfeits, Imitations and M Jost-iM-grad" are but
BxperimentL that trifle with and endanger the health of
imams ana- vmiarcn isxpenence , aguuist xperimeni.
'Oastrla Is a harmless substitute fof Castor On Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Karootlo
ubstanee. Its aire Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms .:-
. and allays FoTerishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind .
- ollc It relleTee Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency.- It assimilates the Food, regulates the , '
Stomach and Bowels, vjlTlnn; liealthy and natural sleep.
The Children-a Panacea The Mother's Friend. - , (
GENUINE GASTO R I A ALVAYO
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The Kind Tou Have Always Bought
; In Use For Over 30 YearsT
FOR THE BATH
A little M BATHA5WEET " makes hard
water soft as rain water. It perfumes,
refreshes and Invigorates ; Cleanses
the pores and PREVENTS all ODOR
from perspiration. Plasty Is each box
I fcr 25 baths. Prios 25o.
srn Star and the visiting Masoaie breth
ren. Ths new bsnquet room- In the Ma
sonic temple was filled with ' the 100
Masons and ladles present and one of
the most ' enjoyable Informal . social
svents was ths result. During the even
ing sn excellent musical program was
rendered by ladles of the Eastern Star,
and later ths young people present en-
Joyed the pleasures of the dance.
'. aittet Goes to JeE. ' '
RtMeUI Mspetea te the ooraaL)
Eugene, Or., Dec. 18. -K. E. Jackson.'
a vetertnsry surgeon, wss fined tSO and
costs in the justice court here yester
day for leaving town without paying his
board bill, which amounted to 130. Jack
son cams here from Salem about two
months sgo. Ha Jeft hers . several
Oourhlas; Spell Caused Death.
"Harry Duckwell. as-ed It ituM
ehoked to death early yesterday morn
ing at his home In the presence of his
wife and child. Hs contracted a slight
eold a few days sgo and tnid but liitu
attention te li Yesterday morning he
was seised with a fit of coughing which
continued for some time. His-wife sent
fr -a physician, but' before he eou
arrive another coughing spell came oa
and Duckwell died from suffocation.
St. Louis alobe Democrat, Deo, let,
Ballard's fTorohennd Syrup ' would
have saved him. (to, tOo and ' 11.00.
Weodard. Clarke Jt Co.
Ttnno - Tif. anil
has borne the slernatnre of
a . . . .
Use "BATHASWEET" PICE POWDER
best toilet powder, antisepticallt
pure, healthful.dalntity perfumed.
Heals chapped face and htinds. ' Ex
cellent after shaving. Only ItTs powdir
far ths baby. Pries 25o,
weeks sgo, leaving several debts. He
was arrested st Corvallls Tuesday. He
will serve out. his fine in Jail. .
GOLDEN WEDDING f
OF EUGENE PIONEERS
fSpeetat Dlspeteh te The Joernal.t -Eugene.
Or., Dec. 18. Charles C.
Croner and wife of Eugene observed
the fiftieth anniversary of their mar
riage ( yesterday. They were , married
at the home of Mrs. Croners fsther,
Pryor Blair, nesr Sugene, and havs
since resided corttlnuously on th. same
lot tn this eityr . ' ' .
Mr. Croner was a member of ths
first city council of Eugene. They have
three children living. Oeorge P., Charles
P. and Miss rannle E., all residing la
Eugene. 1 . ,
SHIP SMASHED AND .
ENTIRE CREW LOST
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(Sp-dal mnpetch to The )mraaY)
Victoria, B. C Deo. II. Th. British
bark Pass of Mel fort was smashed
sgalnst ths rocks on th. Vancouver Is
land coast off Amphiitlte point last
night daring a heavy storm and all on
board lost' Bodies of th. m.n are now
washing ashore. The ship wss com
manded by Captain Coagall, and was
bound from A neon te Puget sound, and
carried a crew of It. ' Th. Pas. of Mel
fort was a four-masted steel bark. Shs
tvl4ix Pr0- ui atsr striking tbt rest
Riddance Sale, you are
WAMRTfiTORI ?f TERITI
We treat suooesa fully all private ner
vous and chronic diseases or men; also
blood,. stomach, beart. liver, kldner and
; throat troublea We cure SYPHILIS
(without mercury) to stay" cured for
ever. We remove BTFUCTT'RE. wlth-
, out operation or pain. In It days. .
We stop drains, night losses an4
spermatorrhea by a new method In a
short time. We can restore the sexual
.vig-er of any man under to by means of
local treatment peculiar to ourselves. ,
We Cure 'Qonbrrhoea
In a Week
- Ths -doctors ef this Institute are alt
rea-uiar , graduates, - have bad many
years' experience, hsve beta known In
Portland for It years, have a reputation
" to maintain, and will undertake na case
' unless certain ours nan be effected. -
Wa guarantee a cur. In every case w
undertake or charge no fee. Consul ta
tlon free. Letters confidential Instrue
live book F)a slifiN maUed Xree
.plain wrapper.. .
W. cure the worst eases ef piles
uoh. lutv ffuaimD-tn. y
If rou cannot o&U t office writ fo
fu . V
Offloe hours, t te I and t to i.
DR. W. NORTON DAVIS & CO.
' fflces In Van Noy Hotel, lltt third Street. Corner Pins, Portland. Or.
kidneys., H. has had great sueceA tn curing- consumption when the vlo-
tlm is not too much run down by the disease, and will atop hemorrhages
In an incredibly short timet He brews his own medicines from Chines.
' roots, herbs, "buds, barks and vegetable teas, all of which are entirely
, harmless,' and whose medicinal properties are unknown to American doc
, tors. He usee in his practice Oyer too different Oriental remedies. .Hun
dreds of testimonials from grateful patients. , . -
DR. WING LEE
37 North Fifth etrset; Portland, Orssjron
mm golds n
t nr xqvtwummt,
Sladdae Tro-bles, Hydrooele,
Tarleoeele, ' Plmplest Oleeta, .
Xlda.y Oomplalaks, Blood roisoa,
jrervoas B.bLUty, ptrtoture, ' . ' '
BheumaUsm, x ' Prtvate Plssssss,
S-11M ' Xost Vitality.
' All manner ef Chronic Afflictions of
men snd women. Most modern end sci
entific treatment No outtlng. No pain
ful operations. No detention from busl
ness. No misrepresentation. Reputation
established for honest snd fair declines
with ell patients. Consultation and ad
vice free. ,
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CT ir.'MC Medical and
J I. lUvlJ - Sor.lcaJ
1 lliJ I
0o M asvA Taahta St. rortUas, Ox,
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for qusstlon blank.
, Home treatment sue
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Sundays and Holidays. It te Is.
DR. TING LEE !
Great Chinese Doctor !
- nr pomrxajro toaroa laao.
Is called great -because
ha cures all
without resort Ins- te the knife.
Call and have a free . lamination. He will,
tell you the exact nature of , your trouble.
He treats successfully every form of fe
male complaint, all private end blood., dis
eases, cancer, paralysis, tumors, rheumatism
and all dlsordere or the ilnmtrh. llv.r. and
Ooraer -forrlsea aa Wert fark Street.
Ksnilsnaiely rarnlebed,' elesaatty sqnlpDea,
flrepranf, (We mlnatn' wiilk frae) heart at
shopplnc snd 'bnalDeae Slstrlet, ell larte,
slry, eotalile rooms, steam heated, electric
llsbte, telrpbaoe In eeeh apartment, .te.
terse offices, teaninc, saioklns. written,
baW rMeptloe parlors., Beoms, reserved
by mall or talepbone-
Privata eauilms siesta trains sad steal
Room $1.00 to $3.00 a Day
. Spaoial Bates te OemSMralat Xsa.
1 111 BAB KATOsT. . '
(roiWly ef Bote! Bad path, Spofctne.)
lOdem 4rentsl "work. World -rea
. newneo speciallsta.
teswest prices consistent with flrst-slass '
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NEW :Y0RK DENTIST-.
COTTBTM sVVB MOBmiaoa STtV
Ops day and
snd night, fro)
antU it a a.
from t:tt a,
muumnma aUvq fjmnM know
SstWlSia Ik. a.atnMtfeil
MARVEL hlritnq Sprey
Tsa , new VarM a,, M)m.-
hm imM wje.
- M Coiirenlant,
USIIL. anont na
otter, bna aann lUmn fof
inuim'"l n anas
inn imrtionwn ami 'lir-TTInpa r.
Valuahlalo laHlaa. MRVtl, CO,
"w. jsMaaaaSy wBwaaaSty "wak"
If Ihi odtnn-Htnrlw thsj) '
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