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z::z cerebri daily jouhiiai; Portland. Friday evening, may si. icq
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STRAW VOTE OfJ CARS
1 RETURiJS LAfJE VICTOR
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' Approach of Election Day Shows Sentiment . Is Growing
Stronger Among Business; Club Ken and Others ; ,'
' in Favor of Present Incumbent of Office. ' v
-'.. "That ma- run aa it be were run-
Bin (or Lade," said traveler on an
incoming Woodlawn ear thla nomine.
"No, air," waa the resnonse, . "I see
" In him tha Devlin mowiiwl" These
. remarks lad to a atraw rota, tha two
man arranging it both being well know
Republican buaineaa man II Tin at or
; near Woodlawn. It waa decided to poll
each man aa ha got on tha ear and
V keep a nota of the reaults. -.Thla waa
i carried out. and when tha totnle were
" footed up at tha and of tha run It waa
found that 11 votea had been eaat for
. Mayor ,Lane and four for Thomaa C
- Devlin. I-.-:.- '. 1 -
v "That la tha third time "we hare
Elected Lane In the pear-week coming
. into town In tha morning,- aald , tha
4 man when telling the atory.
:'' One anthualaatla Lane man tella of
hla experience during the peat few
Maya. For a week- or mora ha haa
.. made it a- point to watch tha -war tha
tide la turning. Living at Irvlngton.
" he haa taken a atraw vote on hla way
to buaineaa on aeveral rttorninga. xnoae
who voted In tha majority of tha caaea
ware men peraonally known, to him to
be t4ubllcena. On one oocaalon tha
vote on one car waa at out of eight
men asked for Lane. On another car
10 KEEP ESTHER
Father of Another Noted
: Holy Roller Dupe Be-
stirs Himself. ; .
NEW HAW TAKES
SUCH TO THE PEN
Asylum . Superintendent to Take I
gsl Advice) In Classifying' Wards
Under New" Act Esther and
7x3hester Thompson Likely to G.
' (Bpeetal Wrpstek te The sesraaO
Tacome. May II W. R. Hurt, father
iof Mrs. Crelfleld.,wlfe t tba -Holy
" ' Roller who was killed by - Oaorge
X MltchelUlhas oalled at tha Stellecoom
t Inaana asylum to sea IMt Is not pos
" f aibla to secure tha raleaaa of Bather
; f MltcbeVwho kllljd her brother George
after hla exoneration by a jury for kill
I ?ng Crerfl.ld. Bather Mitchell waa com
LmUtRd. to. th, -asylum at her trial "
lonT cFiminally insane and" HBrrjW
fur naaaed by tne fgisisj.
turW'efttcfr prevldee for the, lnoajcera-l
:?T. rfaaaed ae crlmlnally-ln-l
iana In the at.ta ,Pn,itn"'.md'' X
V.her to Walla Walla. Btnce ths death of
Mitchell at tha handa of tha lrl Hurt
" haa Uken deep intereat In her and
I dealrea that aha shall be epered the
-H fg'nommy of 'TlUe.'Ih.J
? her days to prlaon.v Hurt raaliaea nai
V aha 1. tba victim of a mind unbalanced
by Sa taachlngof the Holy Rollers
- a -,tk nltv for her.
.". ."' ?":a.V t-lhoun told
. . J. . -M.arieaa to saatat blm
Jh-Korta; that while Bather la much
Tlmrovad afnea cbmlna-to-thr aaylum.
1 she la Sot yet In a condition to warrant
' bar discharge aa cured. ,
Drrcalhoun U in quandary aa to
Ywhat action ka will take In complying
; wT" ?h. law. which, will b ef
fective .within a few daya. Moat proba
bly ha Will aak tha at.ta board of eon.
trot for lnetructlon and after, thla la
' "done It will -ba neceawtry for him to
Sacura a ruling from the
' eral. ha thlnka. aa to which of thoae
held at tha aaylum criminally Inaana
', -nhall ba sent . to Jrt"B'
hardly s,,duaation that both Eather
.Mltche.l and Cheater Thompeon. who
' - killed Judge George Mead Emory. wUl
f ba sent to tha penltentjary. l
xjuia Keetlnf Toalgba.
ir' Burnalda as Grand. Burkhard's halL
- MURDERER PED HIS v; -t
' SISTER ON NEEDLES
Ma ,.(' m .1 a4.1 Ben ice. '"
Paris, May IL The , extraordinary
- - induct of a mansnamed Oaraalnt, who
tried to kill hla alater by Inchea
i... her to awallow pine ana
i. Mnnrted from Tasain. 'In
1 .... .n.rmnt of the Rhone. Neigh
Wa heard Mile. Oersalnt pleading with
her brother net to torture her. - Tn.
avamlnad. declared that bei
1 brother hd oyatematloaUr mixed plna
and needles- witn ner looo. n
. hr ta awallow them. Tha story
.--.w mt- flra oiacredlted.- but -a -doctor
f -mm. oalixt declared that tha- girl
' , !.. virtnailv'a llvlns pis cushion. He
aucceeded in extracting It plna i.nd
naaiiiek from ' her body and It Is now
' .xaiia.ari that aha will recover.
' The brother and alater Inherited eon
- slderable property , from their parent",
' the tarme of the wlU being that In
: tha event of tha death of ona of them
; U the estate ehouia gt to no aurvivor.
The brotner haa noan arreateo.
f Pirmle." boili, ectem and other
loss of, appetite, that urea
feelinr. fito ot biliousness, Indigestion
and headache, are soma of them. :. '
! They are all radically and perma
nently cored by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
i This - great , medicine thoroughly
cleanses tbe blood an restores healthy
functional activity to the whole system.
It makes people well.' ' i , . 4 . : .
" I haye been osip g Hood'i 8araafa
rllla as a spring medicine) for ten-years,
and hare never found anything bette"
John Flemings, Campbell Hall, N. Y.
, Accept no gnbstltota) for v ,
Insist on having Hood's. Get h today.
Uooid or tablet form. 100 Doses fl.
. were - polled and aeven of
them -eaat their vote for tha prevent
mayor. Every morning for 4 weak thla
practice haa been kept up, and out of
all the votes eaat tha average nine ap
proximately five out of . aeven In favor
At the Commercial club tha . atraw
vote haa been tba diversion for aeveral
daya, and ona vote ehowed nine men
votknar for Lane at a table where 10
men were eating. The ' next day an'
other vote-waa taken, different men be
ing present, and aeven out of a table
full of nine dinera oaat their favors
In tha Lane box. - ' t-
The aerittment on tha street, 'as gatn
ered by thla aame man,' Indlcatea that
the great" majority uf tba buaineaa man t
encountered, during, the -day . are back
of Mayor Lane in bis campaign for re
elect I orif
Otto Burckhardt. tne .wealthy packer,
who recently aold tha Paclf lo Statea
Packing company to Swift s Co., haa
never ,votdor Democrat in hla life
before, but will cast his ballot for Harry
Lane. (Imply becauae the - mayor has
auppreseed nlckel-ln-dhe-alst machines.
"Ife the beat thing ha. aver did."
aaye Mr. Burckhardt, "the machinea
took all mv araall change, and kept ma
broke In pocket coin all the-time."
IfJ THE- CONTEST
Evening Star Grange, Mount
; Tabor, Wins Prizes and
r Special Praise; --J'-
STATE GRANGE MAY :
7 SIT ON SATURDAY
Memorial Exercises and . Pleaesuw
Trip Haa Pat Bnsinesa Back
Measure Proposed " for ' Keeping
Check on Commission Men.
(BaeeUI Dkpetek Tba learaaL)
" Hood .River, Or., May tl. Intereat
In the atata grange meeting yesterday
was centered In tha degree work and
tha literary and degree coat eats. These
took place In tha evening, .and resulted
aa follower'' - .;. - ,.. .
Contest for literary work ajtd attend
ance; . rirat district Evamng Star
grange, Mt-Tabor, first alrlse, banner:
Beaver, Valley srange.- Columbia county.
Second district Mllwaukle . arange.
JJo. I6, . flrat prise, .banner..-
Third district Hops graaga. Alsaa,
Benton county, first brlse. banner.
Fourth district Ore town grange. Til-
lamook county, flrat prise, banner. T
Fifth dlatiict Blue Mountain STranga,
Ia Grande, flrat prise, banner. 4 .
. , - Pegreo Contest Mslas. yi
The" dSkrea ! contest reaults war - as
follows:- :..-, ' V. :
First district Evening Star grange.
Mt. Tabor, flrat prise, f 20; Natal grange.
Mist, Columbia county, second prise, $11.
Second district Harding grange, flrat
prise, t?0; Mllwatikle grange, saoond
prise, $1S; Garfield grange, Estacada.
third prise, lis. . a . ..
Fourth district Butte grange. Tl-
gardavllle, Washington county, first
prise. 110. . : i
The. report of tha executive commit
tee stated that several of the' granges
did not eompeta and that tha .total coat
of the prises -was 1117.
Tha exemplification of tba flrat and
third degrees, which waa given by Even
ing Star grange. Is . aald by members
to have been tha f lneat ever ' given In
the history of tha order lit Oregon.
Thla work was put, on laat night In
stead of tha Pomona and Flora de
grees, which will take place tonight.
. Tax Baoowianaarlonsi -At
the ' afternoon aeaaion tha report
of the assessment taxation committee
waa received. . Tha art of It aaklng
for tha abolishing of tha S per cent re
bate was adopted, and that favoring the
change of -time in paying taxes from
April and October to July and Decem
ber waa defeated. Tba debate agatnat
tha continuation of tha par sent rebate
waa led by W. H. Dufur. ' .
A resolution rcommendlng the estab
lishing of county grange committees to
kaea members Informed ss to the re
sponsibility and Integrity , ot commis
sion men waa aaoptea.
- The affairs, of tha Oregon State Agri
cultural college were voted to be In
a aatlsfactory condition. . The atate mas
ter of the . grange and the state lec
turer are members of the board of re-
e-efiteof thla Institution. ' ' -
An amendment to the by-laws adopted
provided that' the - organisation shall
convene on - tbe first Tuesday In May
hereafter Instead of tba fourth.- After
considerable discussion and a close vote
of IS to 10, Eugene waa selected . aa
the next 'place to hold tha annual meet
ing of the grange. In preference to Cor-
valll ,:.f ' -
On the single district'-system for
electing members of the legislature, the
committee on legislation reported favor
ably and recommended Its adoption. - It
waa made a special order for the open
ing of Friday morning's session.
Wilbur K. -Newell, president of the
stats board of horticulture, waa an In
terested listener at the grange meet?
Ings yesterday, and -also spent some
time 'studying orchard conditions In
the valley, v
- ' Kay Ba a Saturday Session. : I
It Is thought by grange members
that the session may hare te be pro
longed to 'Saturday, aa much buaineaa
la vet to come before the convention
and yesterday being a holiday, meet of
It was spent la memorial exercises and
tha nleasure trio on- tbe Hi, Hooa rail
road. A Joint service was conducted by
the O. A. R. snd grange yesterday . :n
convention hall, after which, headed by
tha Hood River band, members of both
organisations marched to tha cemetery
and decorated me graves. .
After the working of the Pomona and
Flora degrees this evening a strawberry
banquet will be given tha visitors In
tha Masonle lodge room a, at Which there
will be speechmaklng and toasts. -
New England rejoices -the led la tQlhg
out of tbe lakes and rivers, '
The first requisite -of a good
mother is rood health, and the ex
perience of maternity should not be
approaehsd without careful obysleal
preparation, at a woman who la la
rood physical condition transmits to
her children the bletslngsol a good
- Preparation for haaithv mater
nity is accomplished bj Lydia E,
Plakham's Vegetable . Compound,
which is made from native roots and
herbs, more successfully than by any
other medicine because it gives tone
and strength "to the entire feminine
organism, cnrln displacements, ni-
eeration and inflammation, and the
result is less suffering and more children healthy at birth. For more
than thirty ysars " ... .. ..' ' .' r ' : ' "
Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable Compound
has been the standby of American mothers la preparing for childbirth.
. Note what Mrs Jame'aCheater.of4r7 W. 16th St., New York says in this
letter: Dear Mrs. Pinkham:-"I wish every expectant mother knew about
Lvdla'E. Plnkham's Varetabls Compound. A neighbor who had learned
of iu great value at this trying period of a woman's life urged me to try
It and I did so, and I cannot ear enough in regard to tha good it did me.
I recovered quickly and am in the best of hsalth now,", . ' - .
J pbimiLegeUblemppuM uemmmi-m suocessroi
imedv for the necnllar weaknesses and alimenia Of women.
' It has en red almost every form ot Female Complaint, Drmging8ensa
tlona, Weak Back, Falling and Displaoements, Inflammation, ulcera
tions and Or fan is Diseases of Women and is invaluable in preparing for
Childbirth and during the Change of Life. . ' . - n , ;
Mrs. Pinkham' SUndln? Invitation, to Women
' women Buffering from any form
write Mrs, Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass.
- Chinese Pirate Chaser at tha Oaks.
' One " of-the most remarkable vessels
ever brougnt into tuia niwr
Whang-Ho. a Chinese pirate chaser that
was built 110 years ago. It was brought
to thla country for exhibition purposes
and U moored at tbe Oak a. The vea-
. . . h
jaeanese gexeral"-:;:: '
A IS HOST AT CHICAGO
Baron Knroki Bparea No Expense In
Entertaining Americans Who '
Hare Pleased Hint.
' w t iMAlal tUrmirm.X
Chicago. May II. General Kurokl. did
the bonore at a Danque i
Auditorium hotel laat night, tojh
10 or mors representative cltlaens 'of
Chicago received inviiauona. iv u--tle
warrior, not to be outdone In hoa
pltallty, having decided to play the host
arranged tne airair wn
leas extravagance. - '
Expense Is no object," ran nls in
structions -to his aide de camp. "Fifty
yen 100 yen plate, Chicago deserves
nothing but the beat."' ' :: ' v
Scenic artists at me auBnormm m
transformed the . banquet hall into . a
Japaneae pagoda. Pale lavender, clus
ters of wistaria : trailed down from a
delicate lattice work, while gaudy Jap-
sneae lanterns eaat illumination over
the assembly. The banquet wss one of
tbe most elaborate ever served la Chi
cs go. Wine cellsrs bad, been foraged
for rarest vtnUgea and the moat cob
webby bottles. Priceless Scharlaennerg
and Amonitaiiano were spuieu i
of goodfellowsfclp, J
'.r;. Haymr Za Speaks ' ,v-
At big rally tonight, Burnatde Grand.
, . INVADE DALLAS
t" (Special Dispatch Tb arastV ' .
i Dallaa, Or, May II. The people In
Dalles have been treated to a taste of
the "Tongues of Fire." Byrle Hanson,
a girl who clalma to' have acquired the
language from tbe sect here,' and with
her. followers around her has given a
demonstration of the tongue to an Inter
Hti afreet audience. She waa preach
ing In common 'every-day "EhgHSlrwttlr
sealoua lervor, - wneu luuu.iii
branched off into a language 1 that
Bounded like a Slwaah jargon. This she
kept up for about five minutes, much
to the entertainment of the sidewalk
audience. The members" of the sect ex
pect to- .hold meetings here. . ;.. e
MIXER EXHUMED a ', :
v . ' DIES' OF FRIGHT
'(Speelsl Dtapeteb te The Seareal)
Helena,' MonU, May tl-Aa the . re
sult of a cave-In at 'the famous Hope
mine at Baalnv Charles Collins, a miner,
was caught beneath many tone of de
bris. The rescuers -were more than sur
prised, at tha end of IT hours' work, to
find Mm anaoimeiy nniniureo. ine unr
Delicious Dishes jj
. CrMdle Cakes, ate.
' Seed "Tbe Boad te WtprHto" la pksa.
; t " "There's a Rsstoa"
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MRS, JAMES CHCSTCR
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of female weakness are invited to
tier aaviee is xree.
1S i 10 YEARS OLD
sel contains many of the relics of Chi
neae 'barbarism. Instruments of torture
of frightful -ingenuity, Unfortunates
who were captured by the government
boat Buffered terrible punishment and
torture on these -machines, ... -.
bera having protected him. .' Bb great
however, waa hla fright, superinduced
by hla awful experience, that Collins
decided to take a lay-off. Ha went to
Butte, where he dropped dead. '-
The; following interesting
v ;; .-; ;.and
uu - -ar 1 inf
A new rug, 27 by 54 inches, beautiful soft color effects, ten pat
terns for your choosing Oriental , designs medallion centers,
etc. Special for. tomorrow only in our Carpet Dept.-7-Sixth floor
r Owing to our dosing on Saturdays at 6 o'clock the specials of our
Drapery Department will be offered during the day instead of in the even
ings as heretofore. , 4 ." A' V-;:.t:."
25c Table Oilcloth 48 inches wide, in white, jnarble or fancy de- f
signs, per yard ,"v . . . ... .' .V . . V IOC
$200 Muslin Sleeping:Roora Curfsinsr.with Batten,burg edge,' A (
per parr ....... f.........i.............v..........;vHpa.' wiivv
$2.25 Washable "Table. Covers, 2 yards square, fringed, reversi- fA
ble, colored blue and green, each..,.........;..........,...... pl3U
$5.00 Couch Covers in heavy Oriental effects,' 3 yards long. &n "of
heavily fringed, each.
LAWN MOWERS GARDLN HOSE,
Wash 'Suits. We're showing : three exceptionally
swell models Peter Pan, Sailor Suits with straight
or bloomer trousers and Russian Suits. Plain colors
with dainty trimmings and smartr effects in plaids,
checks and mixtures. t ';h " -, ,. ; ;.vy ' i -:;-J ;; ;-:V.i;-
Tree with every Salt or Reefer, in wish or rcgslar ttyW
at S3.5 cr over, choice of Pesebeil and Bet, Roller Siutes
or other detirabie presents.
MRS. MASON SAYS ITS
. .. FUNNY TO BE RICH
Wife of Heir to Silent Smith's For
- tone Will Astonish Natives ; ;
ik'CWUh New Bonneta..;--- -r
l-.i (yearaal'SsecUl swlee. .
ul Minn. Ill II. TtS
UUlum-w.w, " w -
funny to be rich," aald.Mre. fltuiitb
Mason, - whose husband- innertiea !
00.000 from "Silent" Smith., as she
swooped down upon the ahopplng center.
She had come In from' Aberdeen. South
Dakota, and before she had finished aha
had actually spent Sl.loo for new
clothes,' t00 for numerous' gowns snd
wslsts. llngere, ate. and IJ00 for hate.
This latter extravagance will make
TOMORROW WE CLOSE, SATURDAYS
Specials for Sal
items for tomorrow onlythese being subject to delivery
tor which we wUl not accept
SPECIAL feature of our luvcnilc
this season is an unusually
Aberdeen, alt up and gasp, for breath,
for they are atlll wearing poke bonneta
In -Aberdeen and every' woman la bar
own millinery creator.
Mrtk-Masort said aha and her hus
band considered they were almply cus
todians of the great fortune and would
not dissipate It In rlotoua living. She
waa quite positive, "however, that -they
would travel -considerably and that her
huaband would dig no more ditches or
work sgaln for a railroad company.
" ' "'Xaae SMllr Voalgkt.- ; - -Burkhard's
htll. K. Burnsiue A Grand.
HUSBAND DEAD : :
- WIFE IN DANGER
'.' (SpseUl Btapatek te Tbe JoorssL)
1 Arlington, Qr.. May SI. Cal Jordon,
a prominent rancher of Blckleton, Wash
mail, teiepnone or ,. y. u.
IcTthe weathered finish, strongly braced,
exactly like cut. One only to each
purchaser. '-; v . ; ' ')'!:' ' J.:V '.
Fish Net Hammoclis
In two sizes.' Special in our Basement
Department for. tomorrow only. ?
Baby size Hammocks, VacH. .... . . .CDs
Full , size Hammocks,' each . ; . . 12$
SPRINKLERS BASEMENT DEPT.
choice line - ot
ington, died suddenly yesterday at thla
place. .' Hla wife Is la a critical condi
tion on account of tha shock from bis
deatb-i. V.t-er-? -....j. , -
' J More Hot Water at Boiae
Boise. Idsho. Msy SI. Another Bow
ot hot water has been struck here by
Herbert , Perkins,, who are drilling
well. The flow is large and Is US de
grees Fahrenheit, and mere is reason
to believe It will equal that at the fa
mous Natatorturo. .
Seashore and 7asaeatowm
on low fare tickets to Norfolk, going" or
returning via New York, over Fennayw
in -a Mn.n aaiiv wna ions r-
Get poeted through F. N.
Kollock. Diet Aft, I4 Starlt SL, POft-
V SenaSor eepm Speaks.
' Lauie rally tonight. Burnalda aV Grand.
AT )S O'CLOCK
at our earliest convenience
fsV W as, .