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Rescuers Sent in cn Chanco
That . Ten Entombed r.!en
May Still Live; Other Res
cuers Run New tunnel.
(Culled tress Leased Wlre.l
Lcydoa, , Colo., , Dec. 16. In a des
perate attempt to save the lives of 10
vmlnera entombed in the Leyden mine of
the Denver Tramway company, rescaers
equipped '-with "oxygen, helmets, "today
entered shaft No. 2 and are endeavoring
m eipjore ine lower levels. Other res-,
cuers. worklns with feverish energv,
are brattielngr off shaft No, 1. In the
hope that they may be able to ireach the
entombed men through a tunnel connect
, lng the two shafts t a point between
the entrance and the point "where the
, explosion occurred. "
Though It Is believed the men In the
, mine4 are still alive, the lower workings
are filled with gases. The rescuers are
working under great difficulties and the
relative and friends of the entombed
i miners fear that when those exploring
the tunnels finally come to the passage
In which the workers are imprisoned,
only their dead bodies will be found.
' . In, shaft No. 1, near the entrance,
a nnmbar of dead mules were found,
killed by the fumes that filled the shaft
after the explosion. '
; Professor J." C. ' Roberts, Mad of the
; government mine rescue bureau, is lead
ing the oxygen helmet squad, who have
.undertaken the most dangerous part of
the rescue work. . Roberts believes there
is a chance that the miners may be
alive. Before he entered the mine to
day he said that if the men remained at
the point where they were working
. . when the accident occurred, -he believed
they might have escaped death from
gases. If they tried to-escape through
. the tunnel connecting the two shafts,
however, the professor fears, they have
. perished. , - ': , -' . .
r Borne of the miners were old, experi
enced men, and i Professor Roberts
thinks they may have realised the dan
. ger from gas and been able to wall
. themselves In.
' The cause of the explosion remains a
mystery . Though the mine officials
say every precaution was taken to ex-
tinguish the fire, which broke out some
days ago. many of the men employed in
the mine believe this fire may have
eaten its Way around the cement bar
rier put in to smother it. -
girls cannot wear the . emblem swenters
or the pins or ring of tlitdr football
playir.g nwwethearts hereafter. This is
the dictum passed over today by the
Btern authorities of the athletic associa
The girls declare that a fellow can
do just as he. pleases with his letter
after he has bled for It on the campus
bnttlof Spirt, and that the association is
stepping out of the bounds of its au
thority when it dictates what he shall
io with It.
Fair Football Fans Furious, v
t. Seattle, Dec. 1$. Lincoln High school
CADLE FROM SEATTLE
TO CORDOVA .PLANNED
Seattle, Dec. 16. Plans for the laying
of a direct cable from Seattle to Cor
dova, Alaska, are being considered by
Secretary of War Dickinson, and If this
long line is established the credit will
be due the business men of the north
west, who declare that. the high tolls
now exacted are made necessary by the
crowding of business on the single
cable that runs as far north as Nome. '
V The Cordova cable would cost about
$2,000,000 and would stretch a distance
of 18S4 miles. With the laying of the
proposed cable, Cordova would become
the central station, instead of Sitka,
where all Alaska cable messages are
now relayed. '' '
Atito House at Ilernriston.
Hermiston, Or., Dec. The Heri
mlston Mercantile company, is prepar
ing to handle automooiles. The com
pany has already ordered , a carload of
Studebaker cars from South Bend, Ind.,
and have eold several from this ship
ment "v - : ; '.
nermlston Child Dies.
Hermiston, Or., Dec 18. -The S-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
G. King died last evening of pneumonia.
The body was taken to Weston for
pjinnnnTr' "'!' pro
II MM rETlHES
'United Prrw LmwJ Wire.)
Seattle, Dec. 16. Captain David II.
Jarvis, for many years a confidential
agent of the Guggenheim, Interests and
the man who persuaded the GuKgen
belms to .enter the. Alaska, tir-ki. In
which they have made many millions.
Is stepping down and out.. Ha has an
nounced that he has resigned.
Jarvis organized the old Tr P. & K.
Fisheries combine and represented the
Morgan-Gugprenheim syndicate in Alas
ka. Jarvis has cleaned up a fortune
through a quarter ownership In the De
Grof f mines at Chicagof f and at the end
of the year will retire from business,
CHINESE SENATE VOTES
THAT ALL CHINESE: MUST
CUT OFF THEIR QUEUES
.'United Pren''f'4e d Wlr.l
: Pekln, Dec. 16. By a vote of
102 to 28 the Pekin senate today1-.
passed an edict removing the .tra
ditional queuq from the heads of
all residents of the Chinese em
pire. The order to trmove their .
queues sent out to the Chinese
representatives in foreign coun
tries a month ago was regarded
as an intimation of what was to
follow, and the- edict todav occa- ,
sioned no surprise. Every Chi- V
nese subject, from the royal fam
ily to the lowest coolie, will be
expected to sha7e his head forth- '
Robs, You of
Energy and Vitality
A Simple Home Treatment
Will Quickly Cure It. ?
If you allow catarrh to run its course
it will surely wreck; your health. Ca
tarrh , causes consumption, ; deafness,
nervousness, lack of confidence and
steals from man the energy that gives
blm power to accomplish things.-
Below are given some of the Symp
toms of catarrh. If, you have any of
them you need HTOMEI, the Australian
dry air treatment for catarrh and the
sooner you get an outfit the sooner you
will rid yourself of dangerous catarrh.
Is your throat raw?
: Do you sneeze often? -' " " "
Is your breath foul? ' "
Are your eye watery?
' Do you take, cold easily?- ' '
Is your nose stopped up?'
Do you have to spit often?
Do crusts form in your nose?'
Are you 'worse in damp weather?
Do you blow your nose a great dealt
Are you losing your sense of smell?
.Does your mouth taste bad mornings?
Do you have a dull feeling In your
Do you have ringing noises In the
Do you have to clear your throat on
tialng? " - . ,".
Is there a tickling sensation in your
Do you have a discharge from the
nose? . ' . ' . i' '.' .
Does mucus drop in back of throat?
A HTOMEI outfit which consist of
a bottle of j HYOMEI. (pronounce it
Hlgh-o-rae) a hard rubber pocket in
haler and simple instructions for use,
costs $1.00 at Woodard. Clarke & Co.,
and druggists everywhere. ,
Pour a few drops of HTOMEI into
the Inhaler and breathe it in. and as
this highly antiseptic air passes over
the inflamed and germ ridden , mem
brane. It kills the germs and , soothes
and heals the inflammation.
. HTOMEI is guaranteed to cure ca
tarrh, coughs, colds, croup and sore
throat, or money back. Extra bottles
of HTOMEI, if heeded, can be obtained
at druggists for 50 cents. Mall orders
filled, charges prepaid,' by Booth's vHy
omel Co., Buffalo, N. T.
AFTER YOUR TRADE . t
L-; PHILLIPS; SHOE GO.
THE UVE WIRE SHOEMEN , . : ,
- 109 Sixth Street, Between Washington and Stark .
You Certainly Will Buy Shoes or Slippers
Perhaps both, before Christmas. You might try us. It will be a pleasant surprise to
you to see our large assortment, brimful of style and quality. Another surprise will
be the smallness of our prices. Come in and make our acquaintance You will like
us we know you will. " , - '
A J Will buy the Packard special shoe
w jTeUU for men. All leathers, all sizes, all
widths. New spring lasts. i t ' "
Crt nnt ClQ Will, buy the Phn
deJeUU d"u I;PS shoe' for men.
Don't fail to see " this. None as good at the
price. None better at any price, '
$11 A Will buy a pair men's.. slippers.
1 U U Good quality. 1 A bargain. . . . J .
)C Will : buy a pair men's slippers.
vlt&dO Several styles to-select frorp.-
Will give you choice of an opera, J
everett or Komeo style men s slip
per, flexible nana turned soles. -A big buy.
SO All Will buy the highest quality men's
eUU slippers.- Chamois lined, opera, ev
erett, Romeo or Faust style, .
SO AA Will buy the Phillips shoe for wom
OeUU eri- Styles the Jatest, quality the
highest, . price the lowest. All leathers, all
sizes, all widths. Velvet and satin same price.
$ A A Will :buy! aTgoodifelt 'Tuliet, fur'
leUU trimmed,? good selection of colors.
S or. Will buy a felt Juliet, fancy, fur
1 f0 trimmed or a felt 'Comfy." The
same 'slipper advertised in ladies' magazines
for $1.50. .'-. ..' . . .
J -I r A Will buy. the" finest' felt Tnliet, Tib-'
1 e DU tn inlaid. Something new. Beau
tiful colors. . ' " " - ,
Will buy a fine kid Juliet. Warm
lined, fur trimmed. - ' ,
SO Af Will buy a fine dancing slipper.
ellU Pt. strap pump. Hand turned."
v-. Our Juvenile Department Will Please Ypu v
The shoes you want at the prices vou want to pay are there.
BOYS'llIGH CUT STORM BOOTS, sizes 9 to 13, ?2.50; sizes 1 to 5, $3.00.
GIRLS' HIGH CUT IOCKEY BOOTS with patent cuff and tassel. Sizes 8 to 11, S2.25 ;
sizes Vt to 6, $2.50. ,; '
See Our Display Windows!!! 1!
J , , footwear. We challenge comparison of styles.
;. We have no competition in prices.
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We Issue Certificates Good at Either Portland t or Seattle Stores
; ONLY SEVEN MORE SHOPPING DAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS.
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DO YOUR CHRISTMA!
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IN A MAN'S SHOP AND DO IT NOW
Your gentlemen frientJs will appreciate your gifts if purchased at a store that makes
a specialty of MEN'S WEAR. 1 Our stock is selected specially for men's needs. No
BARGAINIZED articles in our entire stock. We are showing complete lines of
.... ' , ' ' - '
HOUSE COATS $5 to .$18 BATH ROBES $5 to $12.50
GLOVES $1.50 to $3 NECKWEAR 50c to $2.50
TRAVELING BAGS $5 to $35 HANDKERCHIEFS 25c to $1
SUSPENDERS 50c to $4 , ; PAJAMAS $3.50 to $6
LOUNGING ROBES $3.50 to $25
UMBRELLvAS $1.50 to $12150 "
Plenty of courteous 'salesmen who . will give you all the
time you require to make your selections. ; You avoic
crush of department stores by shopping here. ;
109 Sixth Street
THE LIVE VirJE SHOEMEN
' Between YVashinton anil Sitark
YOU SERVE TO YOUR GUESTS SO MuCH
BETTER THAN YOU CAN POSSIBLY MAKE
THEM WITHOUT KAOLA THAT YOU. DO
YOURSELF AN INJUSTICE IF YOU DO NOT
Adds 160 to Ihe Goodness
You will never know until you have tried using KAOLA for shorten
ing frying baking, cooking, just how good your best cooking really
can be. KAOLA is the pure butter of the cocoanut. It is pure and
digestible, sample tin of it will, thoroughly convince you. Not to
uiivc uicu rwAuw 150 nave missea. a ireau
YOUK DEALER SELLS KAOLA ALSO RECOMMENDS IT
Limited Q :
Th "Sons of the RaU" la charm,
ing one aa tung by thia luxurious
home on wheels.
Your Compartment or Drawinroom It
the acme ot coiuwwi ttif Obaerv.ctnn
Car lavitM to a drllehtlul hour wuSi
nature the Dining Car adu a crowning
Leave Portland 7 00 pm, Tarnma 7 00
?m, Seattle 7.10 pm. arrive Minneannlis
JO am. .St. Paul 7.55 am on the third
day. Immediate connection with fast
trains to Chicago and fca.t.
A magnificent trip over the Scenic High
way through the Land of Fortune. Several
other daily tranKontinental flyer. one
through to Chicago and one through to
Tick: Porltml. ZSS Morrison 51,
Tscoma, tii Pacific Am., Smiilt, li Apt.
04 i tslir H'.y, Spokatu, 7ul Sprotiu.
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