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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAU PORTLAND. . TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE'' 6, 1911.
TO VISIT CENTENNIAL
Washington. Juno I President . Taft
today received an Invitation from As
toria, Or to vlalt that city daring the
centennial celebration next August for
the founding of the town as a trading
post by a "member icf the Astor family.
The president has not yet Indicated
whether ho will 'acoepk. A summer
home alte on the shores of Lake Pend
d'Orellle, Idaho, haa been tendered the
president by the town Of Moscow. Taft
announced some days ago that bs would
not forsake Beverly, Mass., aa his
summer residence. . '
President .Taft Is alao considering an
invitation rirelved from Governor M. E.
Hay of Washington to visit that state.
Newest Phenomenal Discovery
Is on Applegate Riverj Own
ers Locate 9000 Feet Along
Ledge and 60 Acres Placer.
I .-.X . ' ' CANDIDATES WHO WERE CH0SEN.F0R OfflCE IN YESTERDAY'S MUNICIPAL ELECTION ' I
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S GREAT GOLD FIND
I ; (VntHt Press Leased Wlre. -
OrutiiFiML Or.. June : I. Another
phenomenal gold strike has bMn mad
In Josephine oounty the third In five
weeks. This time the find wu mad
on Applegate river, about 14 islJea south
Of Grants Paas. The fold occur a In
the white quarts, which la glutted with
me yeiiow metal
' The property la owned by City Coun
cilman H. L. Herat nee r, Leror Currier,
a u. a. k. veteran, and A. u. Davis,
a prospector. Davis made the find
Tnursoay of last weak. He cot word
quietly to his QranU Paas associates
and Councilman HersJnger hurried to
toe property. Last night be returned
to Oranta Paas with a aack of the rith
ore. Newa of the strike cauaed fur
ther mining excitement In this city.
j ne ore la on exhibition today.
The partite have located the led re
ror a aistanco of 1004 feet, six olalma
In length. Decompoaltlon ofthe sur
face of the led re through long time baa
reaulted In enriching a large area t
the base of the hill, the ground being
permeated With numti end hnkm
Quarts rich in gold. The owners have
located 10 acres of this around aa
placer and are recovering muon of the
coarse gold with the greatest ease.
Mining men from ail over the west
rn states continue to arrive In Grants
rasa and hurry to the hllla.
Anotner rich strike Is reported at
Oriole mine In the Qallee District The
unoie mine la a very rich property,
Tne Herslnger atrtke on Applegats
hows values fltOO to I100J a ton. free
go'o. imu la rrom aiatnot not proapeoted
elosely before the strike. There Is
plenty or water at hand for develop
ment. The atrtke ahows a well defined
lead three to nine feet wide. It aeema
to be the coneensus of opinion among
many minora that gold will be dis
covered much cloeer to this city within
a abort time and the hllla and moun
taina ar full of mlnera and prospec
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present their aole representative le T.
i. Concannon. who ran aa an Independent
in tne rirat and came in third In the
rare. Monaa the regular Democratic
nominee, taking the plum.
John Montag'a victory in the elxth
ward la belnr hailed as a algnlflcant
victory tor good government. H. A.
seining, regaraea witn distrust aa a
representative of the apeclal Interests,
Is unhorsed after a service of eight
yeara. Unrest over conditions In the
council Is alao assigned as the reason
for the defeat of Kubll, agalnat whom a
aara ngnt .was made. ,
In the First ward Thomas K. Monks,
Pemocraf, polled lit votes, Jordan V.
Stan. Republican, came in with ii7. and
Concannon, aa an Independent, trailed
third with 14. Monks' plurality Is 41.
Frederick S. Wllhelm, a young attor
ney and member of a pioneer family of
Portland, made more than a threo-to-ono
race agalnat A. J. M'Cabe in the
Fourth ward. Wllhelm is a Republican
and M'Cabe a Democrat, the third man
In the fight being Otto Newman, a So
cialist. Complete returns from the ward
give Wllhelm 8444. M'Cabe 490 and New
man 343. The ward comprises the cen
tral part of the West Side, from Wash
ington to Jefferson streets. Wllhelm
is pledged to Immediate submission of
the commission form of government
John Montag gained a lead of 235 in
tne sixth ward over Councilman Beld
ing. uaoritx, tne socialist. noiit lin
Montag was a member of the executive
poaraa or Mayors Lane and Pennoyer
no once a candidate lor mayor.
Allan R. Joy, the Republican nominee,
had a runaway race in the Seventh
. ousmigui. rae re-
- Tfivcu piurainy or iuiz over R. B.
White?, his Democratio opponent, with
one precinct missing. His vote Is 111.
aiiiu rvuucs 1101.
Ellis Votable Lose
William Schmear, IndependenC and
another advocate of the commission
form of government, took the lead over
councilman kudu in the Eighth ward
by 188 votes. His total was 1717, with
1809 for - Kubll and 688 for Frank M.
Kelly, the Democratio nominee.
On the recall election In the Tenth
ward Councilman Ellis has apparently
boon ordered to stay at home. Six can
didates Were In the running, but as the
ballots were counted the fight nar
rowed down to James Magulre, Clinton
A. Ambrose and Ellis.
With precinct 144 missing, Magulre
leads with 1148, Ellis Is second with
1119 and Ambrose is third with 911. The
missing precinct . is expected to bo
strong for Ambrose, but will not giro
him enough to catch up. If Magulre and
Ellis run about even, as expected, Ma
gulre will be the winner. As It stand
he seems reasonably a are.
with the vote from two precincts en
the tall-enders unreported, F. B. Har
ring-ton received 268. Will O. Steel ISO
and D. O. Stephens 818. V
GETS PLURALITY OF 4523
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Tk em Quickly, Too,
Top row (left to right) A. L. Barbur, city auditor; Frank S. Grant, city attorney; William Adams, city treasurer; George Tazwell, municipal judge; John Burgard, councilman
at-large. Second row George U Baker, William H. Daly and J. J. Jennings, councllmen-at-large; John Montag, councilman, Sixth ward; William Schmeer, council
man, Eighth ward. Bottom row Ralph C. Clyde, councllman-at-large; Prederlck 8. Wllhelm, councilman. Fourth ward; James Magulre, councilman, Tenth ward; Allan
R. Joy, councilman, Beventh ward; Tom N. Monks, councilman, First ward. '
Was increased, and the highest predic
tions made at Republican headquarters
,,,wers exceeded. ."
Total Tote 88,00a
The total vote will run close to 18,090,
higher than was Indicated by the slow
voting yesterday morning, and higher
than most of the prophets anticipated.
Charles H. Otten, the Socialist nominee,
' polled 1684, two preclnots out, and Har
rison, the Prohibition candidate, received
' 458. , ' . v "
Rushlight carried the West side by
probably 700 votes, and In all quarters
the Simon strength fell beneath expecta
tions. The outlying districts on the
east side in many cases made him a two
and three-to-one favorite. It waa little
less than a landslide for the' Seventh
ward councilnian. '. r .
East lido Tote- JEoavy.
The east side did not fall RushUghT.
As a candidate for the council and for
th kg-'Slatnra 4io bad demonstrated
great vot getting qualities in previous
elections, and yesterday, be again rolled
. up a big1 rote, not only in the Berenth
ward, his homo,, bat all the way down
to the peninsula, except In Irrlngton
and other limited districts. '
The vlctcr did not win by the votes
of any one class. There was less con
trast between the different sections of
the ' city than te the primaries, ' when
Lombard carried many of the residence
dlstrcts -by an overwhelming vote, and 1
Ruahllrht wen portions of the east side
and the north end by an equally' em
phatlo lead. ' This time, that rote shows.
Rushlight annexed a good share of the
vote cast for Lombard In the primaries.
Tt im likewise true that organise
labor atood by. the Republican candidate
with unusual riaeiity. inm mcucm vi
the Simon managers In putting forward
the Manger to business" as a aiogan
served to solidify the labor vote, and
at the earns time failed to unite the
Hn.in.. interests as it was intended
to da Large numbera of the amaller
business men gave no heed to the cry
against Rushlight, and did not fear hlra
from the Industrial viewpoint
Another powerful Influence for Rush
light was the support given him by the
most of his colleagues In the council.
Ho went with them to victory in the
primaries, and they gave him unstinted
support In return.
lmoa Given Lesson.
. Not to bo forgotten alao was the feel
ing la many quarters that 1 Blmon ahouM
nave entered as a candidate In the pri
maries. If at all. and that Blmon should
bo given a lesson In the doctrine of
party regularity, which he haa so often
advocated. As the primary nominee,
Rushlight achieved a large advantage,
and tha appeal of the Republican central
committee to abide by the result was
not without effect v v
Pumping Is Continued.
(Unite Press teased Wire.)
Havana, June "-The work of pump
Ins; water from the cofferdam buUt
around tne wreck of the United States
battleship Maine in Havana harbor'was
continued today. United States naval
officers are In chargo of raising the
Wi VETERANS 0
MEET FOR 2 DAYS
Departments of Washington,
Oregon, Alaska in Encampment.
The departments of Oregon, Washing
ton and Alaska, U. S. W. V., will hold
their annual encampments this year,
Wednesday and 'Thursday. During the
two-days' meet, each department will en
tertain the other. The Washington and
Alaska aepartments will meet at Van
oouver, and the Oregon veterans at
Portland. "The former will be guests of
the local camp at Vancouver, while
Scout Toung camp will entertain the Or
egon boys on Wednesday and all the
Thursday will bo the big day In Port'
land for the veterans. On that evening
all departments will join in the Rose
Festival parade. In which the veterans
will put on the "Military Order of the
Serpent'' Commander Salsbury, of
Soout Toung camp, and the committee
nas given out the following programi
:S0 a. m Meet at Armory to perfect
organisation oz department or Oregon.
Bottled in Bond
ROTHCH1ID BROS. . ,
Distributors - Portlands Or.
11:10 a. m. Take ear te Vancouver,
where they will visit Wnshlngton dele
1:00 p. m. Orand review of U. B,
troops In honor of U. L W. V. at Van
:00 p. m U. S: W. V. parade In Van
couver. 8:00 p. m. Orand military ball at
Post hall. In Vancouver.
0:80 a. m. All members of U. S. W.
V. meet at Armory for election of of
ficers for department of Oregon, and ar
rangementa of minor details In enter
taining Washington and Alaaka depart
ments. . 1:00 p. nv Washington delegation will
vlait Oregon department in a body. At
Armory. Families invited.
6:00 p. m. Tke Initiation of "Order
of Serpent" will take place with an com
ical features pertaining to such organi
sation Including the "Snakes of the
T:I0 p. nu Orand parade of the "Mil
itary Order of the Serpent" and U. S.
W. V. on east side.
Journal Want Ada bring results.
IS CONSIDERED GRAVE
(United Press Letsed Wlrs.l
Highland Falls, N. Y., June . The
condition of John Blgelow, the venerable
statesman and author, who has been ill
for several days at his home, "The
Squirrels," continued grave today. His
physician said there waa only a alight
chance for recovery.
INVESTIGATION OF WOOL
TRUST NOT BE PRESSED
'netted Press Vn4 W . (
Washington, June t. The Democratio
house leadera decided today not to
press an Investigation of the wool trust
until the Underwood wool revision
amendment to the tariff passea the
Journal Want Ada bring results.
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