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ROGCB RIVER COURIER GRANTS PASS, OREGON, OCTOBER 5. 1906.
CHINESE MUST LEAVE
MB HAD BEST WAY
Are a part of every prescription we
fill. The doctor doesn't write them
down with the other ingredients
because of tacit understanding that
they are to go in always, and he
knows that they will go in when
you bring his order to us.
LIGHTHOUSE SWEPT INTO SEA.
Four Keepers Are Drowned In Hur
ricane Off Southern Coast.
New Orleans, Oct. 3. Forty-four
lighthouses either swept Into the sea
and lost or the structures so badly
damaged that no lights can be shown
and four lighthouse keepers drowned
during laBt week's hurricane It the
summary of the report by United
States Lighthouse Inspector Sears of
New Orleans. These lights were lo
cated on the coast and adjacent
Islands between the mouth of the
Mississippi river and Mobile. Mr.
Sears did not investigate the light
house losses between Mobile and
Pensacola. He has not yet made
public an estimate of the monetary
Fatally Shoots His Son-ln-Law.
Seattle, Wash., Oct. 3. William
Constantine, a groceryman and
butcher, yesterday shot and fatally
wounded his son-in-law, Jesse M.
Hall, after waylaying Hall In the
hallway of the building where the
young man's real estate office was
located. Six shots were fired, fire
of them taking effect.
Wakes Wife With Lighted Matches.
Toledo, 0 Oct. 3. Mrs. Charlei
Coyle has sued her husband for dl
rorce because he persisted In a play
ful habit of sticking lighted matchei
under the bed clothing after she had
drifted to drPHTland. She says thai
she ,o'Rn'J cro how much he amurei
hlrrm-'f out .if lvd. but she obJ?iti
-,, file for hg enor
ftjwi The Original.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and long
remedy, and on 'a"oonnt of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered
for the genuine. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse any substi
tute offered as no 'other preparation
will give the same satisfaction. It is
mildly laxative. It contains no
opiates and is safest for children and
delicate persons. For sale by H. A.
showed, at the battle, of Austerlitz.
he was the greatest leader in the
world Ballard's Snow Liniment has
shown the publio it is the best Lini
ment in the world. A quick cure for
Rheumatism.. Sprain". Burns, Cuts,
etc., A. C. Pitts, Rodessa L. savs:
"I use Ballard's Snow Liniment in
my family and find it unexcelled for
sore chest, headache, corns in fact
for antyhing that can be reached by a
lfniment" For sale by National
Drag Co. and by Rotermnnd.
forget-Baby is restless, can't sleep at
nicht, won't eat. cries spasmodically.
A bottle of White's dream ermi
foge never fails to cure- Every
moth, r should Rive her by WbHe
Cream Vermifuge. So , many inies
when the baby ispale and fretful, the
mother does not know what to do A
bottle of this medicine would bring
cSo his' cheeks and laughter to
his eves Give it a trial, faoia oy
National' Drug Co. and by Rotermund.
In connection with the
L.S &M. S.. N.Y.C. 4H. B.. B.4A.
ani C. 4 0. Railways,
M.lnUln. the FINEST SERVICE between
New York. Boiton,
The Mountain of New EnjUnd
The Eastern Seaid Rewrb.
Address any Big Four Agent or
H. J. R. KERN,
n.i Art Cincinnati, U.
CITIZENS OF FVREKA AROUSED
OVER THE IMI-ORTATION OF
Eureka, Cal., Oct. 3. At a mass
meeting of prominent citizens and
union labor leaders of this city last
night it was decided that twenty
seven Chinese brought here by the
Tallant Company of Astoria, Ore., to
work In a salmon cannery at the
mouth of the Eel river, must go. Mass
meetings have been held in various
parts of Humboldt county since the
arrival of the Chinese on the Bteamer
Roanoke last Saturday, condemning
the action of the Ferndale Chamber
of Commerce In permitting the en
trance of coolie labor. Delegations
from Fortuna and Eureka visited
Ferndale an endeavored to persuade
the merchants there to withdraw
their countenance to the project, but
At the meeting here a committee of
fifteen, including H. L. Ricks, a capi
talist; H. H. Buhne, a merchant;
James P. Mahan, an attorney; ex
Mayor W. S. Clark, a capitalist, and
men prominent In labor circles was
appointed to confer with the Hum
boldt county Chamber of Commerce.
The people of the county are aroused
and the scenes enacted on February
13, 1885, when the Chinese were
driven out of this city and county for
killing a citizen as the result of
Highbinder war, may be re-enacted.
It Is said that the Tallant Com
pany, which operates the cannery, de
clares Its Intention to call on the
Governor for militia In the event any
demonstration is made against the
Chinese. Since 1885 there has been
only one Chinese in Humboldt
100 Soldiers Lost in Storm.
Mobile, Ala., Oct. 3. It Is report
ed that 100 soldiers loBt their lives
at Fort McRae, near Pensacola, In
the recent storm.
All sufferers from the south coast
are being brought here and housed
until their homes are rebuilt.
Additional deaths during the storm
are reported hourly.
The schooner Nevertell and Ethel
Stafford foundered and five men
The weather Is till stormy and
the sea Is unsafe.
Chief Dismissed Fourteen Times.
East St. Louis, 111.. Oct. 3. The
City Council last night for the four
teenth time dismissed George O.
Purdy from the office of Chief of Po
lice and Instructed Lieutenant Mi
chael Doyle to assume charge of the
department. Purdy has steadfastly
refused to vacate his office, being up
held by Mayor Silas Cook. Factional
troubles In the municipal government
are the basis for the dismissal.
Limited Dashes Into Suburban Train.
Chicago, Oct. 3. In a dense fog
yesterday the limited passenger train
on the Grand Trunk Railway, crashed
into a suburban train at Elston, nine
miles from this city, demolished three
coaches and injured a number of per
sons. One of the Injured, Charles R
Llferman of Chicago, Is not expected
Woman Drags Ilwly from River-
Canton, O., Oct. 3. The alleged
John L. Sinclair, who was drowne
In the Cowlitz river, having fallen
from the steamer Northwest, ha
been recovered. Among the numer
ous searchers In boats who had al
day long been Ashing for the bod?
was Mrs. Alex Day, a courageous
woman of this city, and it was she
who brought the body to the surface
The body was in ' a fearfull)
cramped position, while over the left
eye a terrible bruise appears, evi
dence that the unfortunate mar
struck some hard substance wher
falling, or possibly was the victim oi
To Mow I'p Cach Holding Victims
Kingfisher, Okla., Oct. 3. The
smoking car of the Rock Island pas
senger train which plunged Into the
Clmmarron river at the bridge neat
Dover, on September 18, will be
blown up with dynamite by the rail
road company. The bodies of several
passengers who were on the trail
and have never been accounted foi
are believed to be In the coach, the
Interior of which Is Inaccessible ei
account of the sand.
Border Titrable Grows.
Laredo, Tex., Oct. S. The easterns
guards have been ordered to provide
themselves with mouata for novated
service on account of the activity
of the Mexican rebels. The Mexleaa
Government is sending 800 troops to
points near hero. Three hundred
revolutionist are In this rtslalty.
The latest in calling cards at the
S.VL Til CUBA
FIRST DETACHMENT OF SOL
DIERS LEAVE NEW YORK DI
RECT FOR HAVANA.
Klne Hundred .Men Sail From Navy
Yard Amid the Cheers of Crowd
Who Wish Them Good-Hy.
New. York, Oct. 3. Amid the
cheers and farewells of wives,
sweethearts and friends, 900 men
composing the first portion of the
Cuban expeditionary force to sail
from New York City direct to the
Island, sailed from New York Navy
Yard a few minutes before noon yes
terday on board the United States
transport Sumner. The troopship
was accompanied down the bay by a
tug carrying General Grant, com
mander of the Department of the
East; Mrs. Grant, Admiral Schley and
Mrs. Schley, General Weaver and
The troops on the Sumner comprise
two battalions of the Fifth Infantry
from the Plattsburg barracks, with
twenty-elgh officers and 617 men,
commanded by Colonel C. D. Cowles;
the battalion of engineers from
Washington, comprising twelve of
ficers and 341 men, commanded by
Major M. M. Patrick, and a detach
ment from the Hospital Corps, num
bering two officers and twenty-two
San Francisco, Cal., Oct. S. The
Seventeenth Battery, field artillery,
at Vancouver Barracks, Captain Geo.
L. R. Irwin In command, and the
Eighteenth Battery of the same sta
tion. Captain Edmund M. Blake com
manding, have departed on marching
orders for Newport News, Va., under
command of Major Ira A. Hayaes.
Captain William O. Haan, of Gen
eral MacArthur's staff, left for Cuba
Sunday evening., Captain William C.
Wren and Lieutenant Lawrence D.
Cabell, both of the quartermaster's
department at Fort Mason, have gone
and. Lieutenant Edwin C. Long, aid to
Brigadier-General Funston left yes
terday. Captain Edward F. Geddlngs, Cap
tain Robert U. Patterson, Lieutenant
Cosam J. Bartlett, Fort Miley, and
Lieutenant Haywood S. Hansell, all
of the Medical Corps, left the Pre
sidio, San Francisco, Saturday night
with the hospital company for
Havana, Oct. 3. Ex-President
Palma left the palace yesterday
morning. He bade farewell In hil
apartments to many friends, Includ
ing General Montalvo and General
Rodriguez, and then descended the
grand stlrcase and, accompanied by
his family, entered a closed carriaga
and was driven to Regla, where he
took a train for Matanzas. His de
parture was witnessed by a small
gathering in front of the palace, but
there was no demonstration.
Philadelphia, Oct. 3. With more
than 400 marines on board and load
ed with ammunition, stores, medical
supplies and 1,200 tons of coal, the
armored cruiser Brooklyn sailed at
noun yesterday from the League
Island Navy Yard for Cuba.
Murdered by Highwayman.
Oroville, Cal., Oct. 3 A bold mur
der took place In Oroville yesterday
morning. Two men, John Turner, a
negro, and John Perry, a half-breed,
employed as laborers on the railroad,
were sleeping on the river bank,
when, according to Turner's story,
two men came upon them and ord
ered them to throw up their hands.
Turner says he obeyed, but Perry re
fused. He was instantly shot through
the heart. Turner notified the police.
A number of arrests have been made.
Inspired to Speak Vnknown Tongues.
Fresno, Cal.. Oct. 3. Mrs. E. D.
Nichols of 130 Effle street, has creat
ed a sensation by claiming that she
has been endowed by God with the
power of speaking and understand
ing Chinese and one other language
belonging to some corner of the
globe which she does not know. She
Intends starting to the Orient soon at
a missionary and while there will
search for a country to fit the aew
language which she says she under
stands. A Guaranteed Core for Ptlns.
Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protrud
ing Piles. Druggists are authorized
to refund money if PAZO OINT
MENT fails to onre in 8 to 1 4 day a
Look np Atwater & Carl's Ad.
MEANS OF DISPOSING CF GAR
UAtJU LEST IN TIME OF THE
New York, Oct. 3. Vice-Chancellor
lUr.:, wMlo hiring, yesterday,
a caje at Newark, N. J., gave It as
his i.-.ilnlon that in the matter of gar-b""-
!:- -a 1 thn h-T not been any
Improvement made ovjr the method
c,..uyed uy Mossj.
An order directing the Atlan'lc
Cssst fenitary CoTiaay to show
came why !t shou":d not be restrain sd
from operating a crematory at Loig
Branch In a manner which It Is
claimed cr.;i3es aar.c:-nce to resi
dents was being argue 1.
Thomas P. Fay of Long Ber ih
was asked by the Vic-Chancelior
what remerly he had to pro;ise to '!o
away with the dhareeable odo s,
and when Mr. Fay sugg?ned the ne
of "an odorless dryer" the Vloe
"It is perfectly ab3iird. You can't
burn that stuff without making your
self a perfect nulsancs. You had bet
tier go into the woods and bury it.
That Is the plan A:r3es adopted an I
have never iieard of any Improvement
Final decision was reserved.
CONGRESSMAN (ilLLKTT RESIGNS
Election Can Now Re Held In Novem
ber to Fill Vacancy In First.
Redding, Cal.. Oct. 3. J. N. Oll
lett announced in Redding yesterday
that before the day was done he
would resign his seat in Congress.
He said he would write out his resig
nation In Red Bluff and send It to
Governor Pardee, so that the Chief
Executive could Issue a proclamation
calling an election for the unexpired
term on the day of the general elec
tion on November 6th, thirty days'
notice being required.
The unexpired term is short, ex
tending only till March 4th, and In
the event of his election as Governor,
the expense of a special Congres
sional election would have to be In
curred or the First District would not
Kills Himself Ilecause of Illneaa.
Laporte, Ind., Oct. 3. "If I do not
fully recover my health when I am
40 years old I will kill myself."
Yesterday was the fortieth birth
day of John Denham of this city,
and because he was constantly be
coming more enfeebled In health he
took a quantity of parls green, dying
this morning in agony.
Harou Turns Parish Priest.
Rome, Oct. 3. Baron Paul von
Mathles, a private chamberlain of
the Pope, and who recently aband
doned the work, becoming a priest,
was received in private audience by
the Pope, who created him a parish
priest in Cincinnati, saying:
"There you will have a vast Held
for your energies."
Government Has no News.
Washington, Oct. 3. The Govern
ment has hard nothing of the less
of life at Fort McRae.
The Red Cross Society is receiv
ing subscriptions for the relief of
the gulf storm victims.
Church Destroyed by Fire.
Plneville, Ore., Oct. 3. Flames
starting In the Reddy livery barn
yesterday threatened to wipe out the
entire business section of the alt:
It destroyed the Methodist church
and half a dozen residences.
To Postpone Russian Election.
St. Petersburg. Oct. 3. The Cab
inet Is discussing the postponement
of the election, which was scheduled
for December, so the meeting of ths
Duma will come about the beginning
We offer 1100 Reward for any esse
of Catrrh that caunnt be corned by
Hall's Catarrh Core. F. J. CHENEY
& CO., Toledo, O.
We, the ondersigned, have known
K. J. Cheney for the last 16 years,
snd beliere him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions, and finan
cially able to carry oot any obliga
tions made by his Arm. Walding,
Kiouan & Marvin, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Core is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mooo'is surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price, 7.5c
per bottle. Bold by all Drutigista.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation. Job work at Portland prices at the
has stood the test 25 years. Average Annod Sales
bottles. IXetIm record
KacSoaM wkb avsry
You Should See It
The new assortment of Near Cut Glassware.
It has the weight, shine and polish, to the degree that you
can hardly distinguish it from the genuine.
t few of the Japanese 10c goods still remain but they're
going fast -"You'll have to hurry."
We have just added a line of Syrups to our Grocery Stock
and can now offer you Towle's Log Cabin Maple in pints, quarts
and half gallons. Amber Rock Drips in half gallons.
Our Cereals are all fresh and you can have your choice of
Force, Zest, H O Oats, Pettijohns, Cream of Wheat, and Quaker
We have secured the selling agency for Eppley's Perfection
Baking Powder, packed insteralized glass jary, Try it its good.
Yours for Good Goods,
SMYTHE-Q AMBLE CO. at
SMYTHE'S QUALITY SHOP
41 2 Front street.
SEND IT TO YOUR FRIENDS
The Grants Pass Bulletin
It is illustrated with half-tone cuts
of scenes in the Rogue River Valley
and is full of descriptive matter.
It Will Cost You Nothing.
Just bring or send the names to me
and T will mail it free of charge,
W. B. SHERMAN
The Real I:tate Merchant
List your property witu me and I will
advertise it in the BULLETIN iree of charge.
ANP SALE STABLES
GiLMORE h BOEEN: Proprieters.
H Street between Fifth and 8izth Paoni 881 Grants Pass, Oreoo
Grove's Tasteless Chin Tonic
or merit erel to yoi?
ftota a a tms Mcfcaga of o-ovr
Miss China Lee
You soon will see
Is just as neat as she
The reason why
You soon will spy:
CHINAMEL is her
CHI NAMEL is a liquid finish, for
floors, interior woodwork and furniture-?
thst is far superior to any other nude.
It is used by the Chinese to give that
fine brilliant finish to their bamboo and
other wares, which withstand bending?
and banging, without cracking or mar
ring the brilliant and glossy finish.
It comes in all the hardwood!
finishes, such as Oak, Walnut,.
Cherry, Mahogany, Rosewo-x),.
v Satinwood, etc., and will withstand'
hot and cold water and soap.
We will boil it In water for you i
or pound It with a hammer, anoV
will guarantee that what we sell,
you will stand the same test
FOR SALE ONLY BY
. . . FEE1
over One and a H&!f
No Care, No Py.
Back noob Uvar rua.