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THE OREGON DAILY; JOURNAL. PORTLAND, WEDNESDAY EVENING," JANUARY ' 19; ' 1910.
PILOT S ON
CE AND NEARLY
bla to get Into Tillamook and the
ateamer Golden Gate haa had to re
main at the' latter place, being bar
hound. Tha Elmore ha been In As
torla since lant Wednesday, because
the roughness of the Tillamook bar pre
vented har entering; that harbor.
Rail of Steamer Northland
Saves Pilot Joe Allen From
1 Plunge Into Icy Waters of
While bringing the stram schooner
Northland up from Astoria last nighl.
7 Pilot Joe Alien had a narrow escape
., from going overboard Into the ley i
ters of the Columbia river, because of
the Ice which formed on the decks of
the Steamer after the rain stopped fall
In. On the way up the river quite a lot
of rain fell, and aoon as It etoppea
the temperature fell and U formed on
the veasel wherever the water waa not
able to run off. A a result the decks
were a eheet of thin Ice. and ae the pilot
. stepped out of the pilot house onto the
' deck he slipped and. falling, ahot toward
ths aide of the ateamer like a catapult.
' and had It not been for the rail he
would have gone overboard.
Offieere of the Northland report that
he had fair weather on her trip up.
. aa far ae Cane Ulanco. where a south
eaater atruck her Monday afternoon.
and had It not been, for the fact tnai
he waa running ahead of It. ahe would
have had a hard time making any prog
ress, aa thev aay that the wind blew
at the rate of about 70 mllea an hour,
and every once In a while a large
comber would break over her atern.
Aa aha paaaed Cooa Bay they tried to
ret a glance of wreck of the Caarlna,
but they paaaed at night and the weath
er waa too thick for them to see any
thing. They sighted aeveral vessels on
their way aouth. and none of them were
making very good progreaa. aa they
were running right in the teeth of the
The Northland. Captain Erlckaon. ar
rived at Couch street dock at 1 o'clock
' thla morning, carrying 26 passengers.
700 bales of wool, which la oonaldered a
very large shipment. She also had 200
balea of hay and 200 tone of general
cargo; She had about 600 tons of cargo
Ban Francisco, Jan. 19. Arrived at
i a. in., steamer Yoaeinlte. from Co
lumbia river. Sailed at i a. m.. sohoon
er Mabel (Sale, for Columbia river.
Aatorla, Jan. It. Arrived at noon and
left up at 1:80. ateamer Northland, from
Han Franclaoo. Arrived down at 4 p. m.,
ateamer J. Marhoffer.
San Pedro. Jan. IS. Arrived, ateamer
Olympic, from Portland, and steamers
Klamath end Shoshone, from Columbia
San Francisco, aJn. 18. Arrived at
fi p. m., steamer Catania, from Portland;
sailed at fi p. in., British steamer Falls
of Orehy, for Portland. Arrived, ateam
er Arnyll, from Portland.
Coos Bay, Jan. 18. Sailed, ateamer
Alliance, for Portland.
Montevideo, Jan. IS. Sailed January
I. German steamer Walkure, from Port
land, for I.fmerlik.
Astoria, aJn. 18. No bar report; wire
Tides at Astoria Thursday High
water. 8:13 a. m., 8.4 feet; 10:06 p. m.,
&.! fet. Low water, 1:58 a. m., 8.2 feet;
8:42 p. m.. 0. foot.
falo city ticket by .tha 'election of a
mayor, losing everything else, and
Murphy shared the same fate In New
York City. In both cases the Republi
cans or antl-connera men and antl
Murphy men are In control
In Oklahoma the woman suffragists
are waging an active campaign for a
constitutional amendment giving them
the right to vote. Petitions tire being
circulated throughout the state, asking
an Initiative election, and 60,000 signa
tures have already been secured. Among
ins signers are said to be many state
officials and prominent r bualneaa and
professional men, together with a num
ber of leaders of both the Democratic
and Republican parties.
John W. Kern, Democratic candidate
for vice president In 1908, has accepted
an invitation to speak at the Democratic
banquet In Grand Raplda, Mich., on Jan
candidate for United States senator to
succeed Senator Dick.. . r'
Roger M. Andrews, editor of the Me
nominee Herald-Leader, la out for . tha
Republican nomination for congress In
tha Twelfth Michigan district which J
now represented by If. OHn Young, f
Owing to the large number of votes
cast In the laat state election the next
Democratic atate convention In Indiana
will be the largest ever held by the
party. It will consist of no less than
1700 delegates. . .
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NEW TODAY! '
It's "genuine view" property,
ilt'i', the "Portland Heights"; of
the East Side.
It's 260 feet above the city. V
Its view is grandly magnificent
Every lot in the tract is sightly.
Wide boulevards and beautiful
parking strips , form the uniform
setting for a - class of 'homes,, as
beautiful as money can build.
Olmsted's lots are low in price
lower than surrounding prop
erty. . .'
Columbia Trust Co.
Board of Trade Building ' '
Wireless from W. 8. Portor.
8. 8 V. fl. Porter, at Sea, Wlreleaa
Via North Head. Jan. 18. Noon. Lati
tude 60 30 north; longitude 111:12 west
(125 miles west of Vancouver island);
barometer 29.42; temperature, 42; fresh
w.fSt-northwest gale; sea rough; partly
. . .Jan.
. . .Jan. 28
MILL TAKE FIR TO ORIENT.
Falls of brchy on Way for Cargo of
'.' Lumber for China.
For full cargo of Oregon nr. tne
British steamer Falls of Orchy wilt be
due to arrive here about Saturday, and
will load for Shanghai. The tramp
sailed from San Francisco laat night
" for this port and she will probably go
to the Eastern & Western Dumber com
pany's mill, where ahe will take on
about J.6OO.O0P feet of fir for the orient.
She Is under charter to Comyn, Napkall
A Co., successors to Bowrlng & Co. of
It Is rumored that the Norwegian ,
steamship Eir will come to this port,
from Puaet sound for a cargo, the na
ture or destination of which could not
' be learned this morning.
Berular Users Sue to
Klamath, San Francisco ....
Breakwater. Cooa Bay
Roanoke, San Pedro
Rose, city, San Franclaco
Santa Clara, San Francisco..
Geo. W. Elder. San Pedro...
Kansas City, San Franclaco.
Begalar Xiln'sra Bus to Depart.
Breakwater. Coos Bay I.... Jan. 18
Kansas City, 8a n Francisco Jan. 21
Alliance, Coos Bay Jan. 22
Roanoke, San Pedro Ian. 26
Roae City. San Franclaco Jan. 28
Santa Clara. San Francisco. .. .Jan. 29
Ueorge W. Elder. San Pedro Feb. 1
Vessels ta Fort.
. . . ... Astoria
. . . .North Bank
. . . .n way u
When the Republicans of Kansaa
choose their state ticket neat summer
there probably will be no opposition to
the renomlnatlon of Oovernor Walter R.
Colonel James Gordon, the new mem
ber from Mississippi, takes rank among
the oldest members of tha United States
senate In point of years. He has just
turned his seventy-sixth year.
Harry M. Daugherty, who for many
years haa been a prominent figure In j
Ohio politics, haa announced himself a
Democrat of Calffornla are to hold
a big rally and banquet In San Francisco
on January 8. While the ostensible
purpose of the gathering la to celebrate
"Jackson day," It. Is expected that the
conference will make great progress
toward tha selection of the next guber
William R. Hearst s friends are .cir
culating a report announcing that In the
congress elections In Greater New York
next fall he Is to nominate Independent
candldatea against the Democratic rep
resentatives In congress who voted to
sustain Speaker Cannon last winter.
The annual meeting of the Ohio 8tate
league of Republican clubs, which will
be held In Dayton on Lincoln's birthday,
will be made the occasion for a big
'harmony conference," In which the
part leaders of every shade of, opinion
win J)e asaea to take part.
Wlsoonsla Kaa Make extraordinary
Statement to gosptloal Asthmatic.
So enthusiastic Is Mr. "C Musselman,
a prosperous farmer of Jeffersonvllle,
Wis., over his complete reoovery from
asthma through the use of the new
specific, aseatco, that he says: 'Those
troubled with asthma who cannot give
aseatco a trial ought to suffer, for It
will certainly cure."
Mr. Musaelman suffered from asthma
for twelve yeara, and sometimes had to
alt In a chair for a month at a time.
His complete cure, he says, was accom
pushed In 1906 by using only half a
bottle of aseatco, and now, five years
later, lie reports that be haa had no
return of the asthma.
Nearly one million former asthmatlos
testify likewise, relating the most ex
traordinary cures after as many as fifty
years of suffering. All at present af
flicted with asthma may easily avail
themselves of ascatco's benefits as a
preliminary treatment, for trial, will be
mailed free of charge to anyone Who
will write to the Austrian Laboratory,
32 West 26th street. New York. .Those
who wish the complete treatment may
now procure the" genuine aseatco. In
both tha 60 cent and 33 sixes, at the
Skldmore Drug Co.. Woodard, Clarke A
Co., and other leading drug; stores.
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Manx King. Br. ss
Kelburn, Br. bk
Stepaanotla, Br. ss
Breakwater, Am. aa
F. S. i.oop. Am. aa
Sully. Fr. bk
Leyland Bros., Br. sh...
Donna Francesca. Br. bk
Jean Bart, Kr. bk
Belerr, Fr. bk
A Hair, Br. hk
When the blood becomes overcharged with urlo acid It continually
grows weaker, more acrid, and poorer In nourishing qualities. The nerves,
muscles and joints, Instead of receiving their necessary nutriment from the
circulation are gradually miea wito the sharp uratio impurity with which
the circulation Is loaded, and the pains and aches of Rheumatism are the
natural result. No amount of rubbing, or tha application of external med
icines can hare any direct and curative effect on the blood; the most to be
expected from such treatment Is temporary relief from the pains and aches.
There Is but one way to cure Rheumatism, and that is to cleanse the blood
of the urlo acid Impurity. S. 8. 8. Is the proper treatment, because it goes
a own ana attacks tne disease at us head, and Dy filtering out every particle
of the uratio matter and strengthening and enriching the blood, cures
Rheumatism In every form. 8. 8. 8. changes the sour, acid-burdened blood
to a rich, healthy stream, which quiets the pain-racked nerves, muscles and
Joints, cools the feverish flesh, gently removes the cause and drives Rheu
matism from the system. 8. a 8. reaches Inherited cases as well as those
which have been acquired, and good results are always experienced from
Its use. Special book on Rheumatism containing many valuable sutures
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We have buyers for im
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A long list and gradually length
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Poltalloch. Br. bk Victoria dnlpMns
Berlin, Am. ach uoble
Henry VI Hard. Am. ah.'. Astoria
Brabfoch, Br. bk St Johns
uienaivon. Br. an Portland Dbr. Co.
Oulf Stream, Br. bk Inman-Poulsen
EL Nicholas. Am. sh Oobls
Bella, Nor. ss Albln
King Cyrus.. Ar. son ..8t Helens
Andre Theodore, Fr. bk. .Montgomery
Northland. Am. ss Couch St
Kansaa City. Am. ss Alnsworth
Bowdoln, Am. ss. ..Eastern & Western
En Bout to Xoad Lumber.
Wellesley, Am. ss San Francisco
Churchill, Am. sen Honolulu
Olympic Am. as San Francisco
Caaco San Francisco
inca. Am. sen
K. K. Wood, Am. sen
.... on I rmnciKV
H. B. Bendlxen. Am. ach. San Franclaco
HELEN OX WAY UP.
lias 10OO Tons Coal for Pacific Coast
The French bark Belen is on her way
up the river from Astoria In tow of the
I'ort of Portland towboat Oeklahoma.
Khe will come to the Pacific Coast coal
bunkers, where ahe will discharge 1000
tons of coal, brought here from New
It is expected that the Belen will be
discharged and have her ballast aboard
and ready, to depart by a week from
Saturday. She has been ordered to New
Caledonia, and will go from here direct
to Numia, which is the port to which
she has been ordered.
Baeinaw. Am. S. 8,
Shoshone, Am. ss. . .
Rainier. Am. ss
Carlos, Am., ss. . . . ,
Tamalpals, Am. ss..
Forester, Am. sen . .
Yellowstone. Am. ss
Ea Bout With Cement
ttossuet, Fr. bk.
, .San Francisco
. .Bsn Franclscr.
. .San Francisco
LEGOCKE LOSES MASTS.
French Bark on. Way With Cement
Meets Kough Weather.
A wireless message waa received this
morning by way of the United Wireless
from .the Associated OH company's
steamer Asuncion, which states that th.'
French bark Ernest Legouve Is off the
Columbia river lightship with her main
topgallant mast gone. Her yards are
etill standing, but damaged.
i Vhe Ernest Lcgouve has a cargo of
eement from Antwerp, and is consigned
to Kerr, Glfofrd & Co.
ALONG THE WATEKFRONT.
At 11 o'clock this morning: the French
bark Jean Bart finished loading a cariro
of wheat at the North Bank dock. .She
in under charter to the Portland Flour
ing Mills company and will take out
about 112.600 bushels of wheat to the
'i " The steamer Jessie Hark ins lias re
turned to her run on the river to Wash
ougral. She took the place of the Van-
i oouver ' ferryboat while the Ice was
thick in the river.
TO finish her cargo of lumber, the
British bark Gulf Stream was shifted
from the Standard Box & Lumber com
' pany's mill to the Inman-Poulsen mill
' With passengers and freight, the
ateamer Breakwater is due t sail to
night for Coon Bay.
The French bark Sully will bp slilftfd
today from the North Bank dock to the
The British bark Altair and the Brit
ish ship Manx King will bp shifted to
! day from their prosent berths to the
public levee at the foot of Jefferson
The steam schooner F. S. Loop has
shifted from the Oak street dock to the
Inman-Poulsen mills where she will
. load lumber for San Francisco.
' For a carfto of lumber frr California
ports, the Steam schooner Bowdoln ar
rived at the Bastern & Western mills
F. C. Harper, collector of the port at
Port Townsond, has been in the city
for a day or two visiting friends. He
will probably return home tonight or
1 Because of the bad weather" lately the
ateamer Sue H. Elmore has been un-
Crlllon. Fr. ah. Antwerp
Ernest Lerouva. Fr. bk TfamKn,.
La Perouse, Fr. bk Antwerp
mum. r r. dk Ban iranctsco
Marechal Noalllea. Fr. bk Antwerp
Notre Dame d'Arvolr. Fr. bk. ... Antwerp
Wnvertree. Br. sh. Liverpool
Arctic Stream. Br. sh Tyne
Orals Tonnage En Boats in Ballast.
Amiral Cecilie. Fr. ah Honolulu
Comliebank. Br. bk Valparaiso
Le Plller. Fr. bk Dublin
Pierre Lot!. Fr. bk. Dublin
Reno, Fr. bk. San Francisco
Oil Carriers Bn Bonts. ,
Atlaa, Am. as... San Franclaco
Asuncion Am. ss Ban Franclaco
Argyle. Am. a TTSarT "Franolaoo
Let Me Offer Yoa the Relief and Comfort I Am Giving Other Men Dally
The past century haa witnessed
wonderful progress In the science
of medicine and surgery. Dis
coveries for the amelioration of
pain and the cure of afflicted
men, undreamed of years ago, are
now In use by the specialist who
haa kept himself abreast with the
rapid advancement of the medical
profession. This applies only to
the specialist who was' well pre
pared by advantages of study and
experience In a chosen field of
medicine. It Is unfortunate that
all specialists who go by the
nam are not competent to do tho
work entrusted to them, hence the
many failures that ar made. By
The three states to elect United States
senators thla winter are Mississippi,
Maryland and Virginia.-
The Indications are that the South
Carolina legislature now In session will
vote to reject the Income tax amendment.
The revision of the charter of Greater
New York Is to be the most Important
work before the New York state legis
lature this winter.
J. A. Buchanan, a wealthy' ranch
owner and politician of North Dakota,
nnounces that he will he a candidate
or the Republican nomination for gov-
rnor this. year.
The field of candidates' for the seat
of l'nlted States Senator Taliaferro of
Florida has been lessened by the wlth-
rawal of W. A. Blount of Pensacola
from the race.
In Wisconsin there are four aspirants
for the gubernatorial nomination on the
Iji Toilette slate and all efforts to in
duce any of them to withdraw from the
race have so far proved futile.
I cure Nervous Aliments and the
effects of dissipation and early
wrong doings that have resulted
In weakness and derangement.
My success haa. of course, called
forth competition, but my com
petitors have utterly failed to
give "something Just as good" as
a substitute for my treatment,
and substitution Is always a poor
makeshift, anyway. In the low
prices I make there Is no sentl
jnantin great number of peo
ple I treat makes It possible and
this plain fact proposition la belna-
vestlaatet J&Fumtt tnlnk,n take time to In
vestigate. Patients who have been treated by me for
Blood Poison and Skin Diseases
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It is the -Unprecedented snoeess of this
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$750 per acre; other land around
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' The ' Increased use of whiskey for
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Many close political observers In
Washington are of the opinion that If
William J. Gaynor "makes good" as
mayor of New York he Is certain to be
come a strong possibility for the Demo
cratic presidential nomination In 1912.
William Palllster Hubbard, Republi
can representative In congress from the
Kirst West Virginia district, has offi
cially announced his candidacy for the
seat of Nathan B. Scott In the United
States senate. Senator Scott's term
will expire in March, 1911.
A special election Is to be held In the
Sixth Missouri district this month to
fill the vacancy caused by the death of
Congressman De Armond. C. C. Dickin
son, a member of the Missouri senate.
Is the Democratic candidate and the Re
publicans have nominated Philip 8.' R.
(Griffith, n young newspaper editor of
M. R. Preston, who was the Socialist
candidate for president of the United
Statfes In 1908 and who at the time was
confined in a Nevada Jail under sen
tenoe of 30 years for murder, has sent
to the state board of pardons of Nevada
an application for a pardon. Prttston
was convicted of murder at Goldfieid in
Striking contrasts are now being made
between the Democratic. status of Chair
man William J. Conners of the Demo
cratic state committee of New York
and Charles K. Murpby. the leader of
Tammany HalL Conners won bis Buf-
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a to 11 a. m.,
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Office, room 11,
9MM Alder at.,
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tl 1. m In 1
p. m.. S to 11 p. , m. 885 r landers Bet.
4th and. 8th. I
The north Pacific storm haa mnvA
to Saskatchewan. The following maxi
mum wind velocities occurred during;
the last 24 hours: Tatooah tslnnrf k!
miles, southwest; Portland, 34 miles,
south; Tacoma, 2 miles, southwest;
Spokane, 82 miles, southwest, and
Walla Walla. 28 miles, aouth. T.irht
rain has fallen In western Oreaon.
Washington and Trinhn nnri llo-ht anno.
has occurred In eastern Orca-on. A
large high pressure are overlies tho
gun states and tne barometer is rela
tively high over California, Nevada and
Utah. Precipitation, mostly in the
form of rain, has fallen in tho Atlantic
states from Maine to Florida. It is
much colder In southern Oregon, east
ern Washington, and generally through
out the Atlantic and gulf states and
correspondingly warmer In Nevada and
the Missouri valley. Heavy frosts oc
curred this morning in southern Cali
fornia. The conditions are favorable for
light rain or snow tonight and Thurs
day in western Oregon and western
Washington and for fair and colder
weather east of the Cascade mountains,
preceded by snow tonight in Idaho.
Max. . Mln. Precl
Baker City, Or.
Buffalo, N. T. .
Charleston, 8. C
1ft nar imM kr ft.
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Washington. D. C.
CAMP meett every
In, W. O. W. temple, 118
11th St All members
requested to attend.
E. H. DEERY. C. C.
- ; Clerk.
HAWTHORNE lodge. No. M,
A. F. 4 A. M. -Stated com
munication this (Wednesday)
evening at 7:80. Work In the
B. A. degree. Visiting breth
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Cards 8:30. . Danelng 10. Union muslft
Refreshments. ' Adults 20 cents, '
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