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DAILY OAPITAL JOUKNAL, 8ALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 12,
1 READY FOR
ifirfW: ati'i f lerks Aflcointedin. D-w-JlRtfl6WS' c,erks- Socond
JDOgeS an UerKS AppUlillCU oorellne. Phil Palntor,
4 Thfc Mnrnlnp ....... ..... ..J,. a r.n.irrv
"W, Iff -- "JL,
Vandelous, L. Murray, W. H. Bhlen,
Cfiampoeg-John Heafer, James
Smith, W. It. McKay, Judgos; W. T.
Colsman, Henry smtb, Jonn duouuiu
Chemawa--Firsl set. J. 0. Beards
. T.mu Wln.tantav. D. F, Don
mu7, .u- .. -
rhnm. ttideas: Horaee Herren, . Pear-
-, -- .
Harvey Walker. Judges; A. Godfrey,
B. Kurtz, Lawrenee Martin, cierKg.
Blkhorn Tell Pope, (leo. Andorson,
C. H. Ilalnoa, Judges; Geo. koohick
The eounty court this morning ap-
pointed the Judges and olerbs for Uw,"- "- '""b"' ,"L.
i ejection. Bach board of elee uy 8. Harhan, P. L Darling. , cl rk .
tion is composed of three Judges and " Ml Iter . Job. Mar
M HU number of clerks, and In the thaler, Theodore Rubens Judges; L,
case of five prtoln.U-Chem.wa, A. Byrd, Win. Hagar, Jonn im.an
Liberty. Salem No. 2. Salera No. 4,
and Wboduurn two boards aro an-
n.rvAiB V. 8. Tavlor. L. H. Poti
Jade, John D. Smith, Judges; B. W,
pointed In each. There are 39 pre- Jaae. John u smun. juuges; r. v.
oJncW In the eounty. and. with the Manning, J. B. Zloaler. John Parrls,
. . . . , .... ii-. ...!.. rlarkc.
flvo double boards, the list soleetel
Morel) W. II. B. Sewart, H. J. Had-
ley, R. 0. Pierce. Judges; L. 0. Brother.
.. n IT Wl W U f'larlf nlnrlra
LMwtiJil Howell-Grover ' Simmons', C. W.
"; t niiii rlw..j..H.i.iri. 8,e8' " Sevens, judges; b. u
7 , w-i Vru wii wi 'W.lsner.'C. O Rice, D. W. Smith,
iAurora I Welbert, J. M. will, Wal-. '
ter Orlmm, Judgos; Adara Mlsslor, A.,tW"
I ,,..1.1 .llf H. r,l.n Itfn. T)ln,,CI
llllUUBril T. 1. UIIIIIIU, Hill. . muo
aggregates 2CI names. The list by
preclneU Is as follews:
Uumsvlllo C. K. Read, G, J. If
t.A Ufni tftsfl 4titfroA Wm flint n,
,, ... ".. J. " . n
M. rry, eu. ucck moras - -
Ilroltonbush-J. A. W. 1.9ldeoke,,Jo"n-W"l!e. Judges; Peter Susbauor,
Orln Jurtd, John Outerton. Judges; D. P. Scholl, B. Priest, clerks.
Hfaa Dflrrli, Frftl Slnhlman, It. N. Jefferson A. J. Shumakor, J. U
Hoover, clerks. Btelwer Frank I'arrlsh, Judges; Glenn
Ilrooks Alox LnFollett, Frank J. IlllywiJ. 0. Andorson, Frod D. Wat-
Boltor, M. J. Kuan, Judge; 0. F. M,u. ter. oUrUs.
ma. Arthur Beers, Judd Oalnrod, I.lbnrtj First set, Iituce Cunning-
clprki. ' ham, Wm Clark. George Crolsan,
BnUwiae B A. M. Cone, J. P Judgi-s; Stanley Culver J. P. Winch,
Fifller. CliBi. Hosklns. Judgei; J S h, W. Drager clprks. Second set, P.
N. Lathrop, A M. Bllnst6n, H. M.
Blrdsall, Judges; B. F. Hall, A. W.
Mizo, U M. Ollbort, clerks.
I Macleay David Craig, W. L. Sim-
meral, G. W. Eoff, Judges; unas. wng,
Walter Taylor, Thomaa James, clerks.
Marlon Richard Walker, William
Rutharford, Arthur George, Judges;
John Palmor, John Shlppoy, Chester
Mehama F. M. Taylor, Oliver Far
rnna. Samuel Cox. JudKOS: F. A. Pen-
nobaker, E. 0. Slegmund, G. J. Ber-
Monitor J. D. Simmons. II. E.
Klein, W. R. Townaond, Judges; J. W.
Vedder, II. T. Baughtnan, W. E. Mc
Mt. Angel Charles Long, O. K.
Johnson, David Back, Judges; Joseph
Klrsch, C. Cooloy, T. L. Amblor,
Salem No. 1 W. H. Byars, Thomas
Burrows, Wm. Waldo, Judgos; F. W.
Steusloff, H. A. Johnson, Jr., 0. H.
Salem No. 2 First set, H. D. Pat
ton, II. C. Eppley, Goo. L. Rose,
Judgos; J, R. Linn, Henry Hubbard,
Chas. L. McNary. clorks. Socond set.
H. B. Thlelson, A. N. Moores, D.
Stelner, Judgos; Jos. Baumgnrtnar, J.
M. Kyle, F. W. Powor, clerks.
Salem No. 3 W. M. Manning, John
Kaiser. W. H. Cook. Judges: John
Gray. P. B. Wallace, Carroll Moores,
Salem No. -I First set. S. B. Orms-
by. T. G. Albert. G. G. Cans. Sr..
Judges; H. H. Heckmnn, J. C. Good-
ale, Jr., W. A. Moores, clerks. Sec
ond set, E. J. Swafford, R, II. Coshow.
Geo. F. Rodgcrs, Judges; Jos. H. Al
bert, A. A. Lee, A. T. Wain, clerks.
oi, vv. r t. n. Stlnson. J. F.
Goodo, Henry Fletchor, Judgos; D. A.
J. Vibbert, u. u
EyERY SUBSCRIBER TO HAVE AN OPPORTUNI
TY TO GUESS ON A $150 DIA
whim T. .1. Vibbert. 0. B. Jacobs,
,, u.vv, --. -
Salem No. G A. E. Parker, W. J. R.
Jones, E. C. Churchill, Judges; H. P.
Chase, E. T. Malvin, D. H. Leach,
aotom Vn 7 .Iosp Macer. A. H.
KnlBkorn. H. A. Radcllff. judges; W.
W. Johns, Lee Atcheson, A. Newsome,
Salem, East Earl Race, J. W. Bel
lamy. E. E. Matten, Judgos; Frank
Herron, Adolph Hager, Will Hum
rms Mills Wm Menler. H. C.
Hartman, James Smith, Judgos; Bren
ton Vedder, A. E. Hobart, Guy D. Ad
Sidney Thos. Noot, Geo Palmer,
C. T. Meier, Judges; P. Todd, W. An
derson, F. B. Simpson, clorks.
Silver Falls D. A. VanGorder. B.
B. Horrlck, Sr., S. T. Arnold, Judges;
John Hostetler, Jay Blcakney, J. H.
South Sllverton ji. Thompson, P.
L. Hicks, J. Edson, Judges; T. Y. Mc-
Clollan, J. W. Hobart, Harry Bowers,
Sllverton T. R. Hlbbard, P. W. Pot
tor, George Cussiter, Judges; W. S.
Jack, P. I Blackorby, Maud Van Val
Sllvertcn, North Wright Foshay,
Gary Haynes, 0. W. Morley, Judgos;
D. H. Vaughn, E. W. Ross, Martin
St. Paul C. T. Ray, J. L. Cook, J.
N. Gooding, judges: S. II. Coleman.
J. S McDonald, J. F. Davidson, clerks.
Stayton Albert Hepburn, C. F.
Ixwse, Geo. Spanlol, judges; J. B.
Grler, Warren Richardson, J. E.
Sublimity Byron Denny. Ira Car
ter, Frank Bell, judge.; W. II. Down
ing, Blmer King, Frank Tnte, clerks.
Turner E. M. Llndsoy, W. M. Hil-
lenry, M. O Knight, Judgos; K.0.
Thomas, B. E. RoborUon, G. A. G.
Woodburn First set, S. C. Berry,
John Hnller, John McCormlck, Judgos;
M. E. McGrath, A. S. Autorson, S. E.
Hardcnstlo, clorks. Second sot, C. L
Oglo, H. A. May, Nick Scollard.
Judgos; Robert H. Scott, A. E. Austin,
Harry Hondorson. clorks.
r,-i,nitifo wild hnrse in Con-
tral Asia, oithor, and now the zoolog
ical gardens of Hamburg and New
v.i, hnvo llrlnir Knonlmons of thCS
horses funny, big-headed little brutes
that are representatives or. some ijpu
of horse that must bo hundreds of
thousands of years old.
"Down In New Zealand, compara
tively small as the land is, there are
many animals and bird mysteries
still. They say that there is a uranu
nu.-hnt is now to the world type
of animal on the order of the duck
bill down there yot. Darwin always
hoiteht that some day n veritable
lizard-bird (not a flying llzzard, but
a true missing link between the birds
and the reptiles) might be founu
"One explorer followed mysterious
footprints In the snow of the high
mountains of New Zenland, but never
came up with the beast that had made
thern: but they were such strange
footprints that other scientists agreed
with him that the thing that made
them was quite unknown to the world
and must bo a wonderful beln.
So you see there is plenty of work
still for us wild-animal catchers. W-
haven't seen everything thru there Is
to be seen, by n long shot."
GOVERNOR OF OREGON.
John Whlttaker, of Lane Was the
First, Since Oregon Was Ad-
republican from Marion counlY -
served from Jnnuary 15, 1895 to J '
11 rj id, iosa.
10. Theodore T. Gcor, farmer wf
republican, who took offlco Januin'
15, 1899. "
(Editor Journal Geer's term tt
plred January 7, 1903.
11. George E. Chamberlain, w...
and dornocrnt from Multnomah coum
who took offlco January 7th, 1903,
Beatstijtfl First Water Stone Set in a Tiffany Gold Ring
mku xwy as jn.11 expression 01 Lrood Will 1 o-
Yoar Cnoice of 975 Numbers, Any One of Wbicb May Be
the Unknown Number Tbat Gets tbe Glittering Diamond
No Possibility of Any Crooked Work.
The Journal has pMt a nr
IkrouBh t0 0. H. l!lwg. Jwlry
houfo for a 1M dlaHd ef tt) fiit
water, to Jk tfim away to twWwMkern
ta IHlly or Wwkly Joirl-for aih
o!jr tld the subcriUr U to hate
gneM at an unknown numbw of
tkrwi Uw. that will x ilctJ In a
Kk4 vkn. ThU It not a dmw-
g. Wlorr. of Kilt wtrpri of any
ilnd but a mens Innocent, harmless
gucxwlng WHitN that vrlll taake m
e rlsher by a prwwt of a fln 111!
lltoMvnd it in a Tiffany gold ring.
How to Pjrtlelpat.
For raeh rvWpt t on dollar for
owht to nln wr put on Hpratj
Uh of vfm and fWd so as to t
uuw, and a commlUue of suhsorih
n wn aa)xl m conduct th aa
Kmt)llK of the unknown nutaW
Thin unknown numlwr was formed
at fho Journal oilc on Monday, Jan-
ry u, jmi, n 0,0 following man-
er: The tn uumUn from naught
to nine. lnclusiY, on tarat b1Ii of
lHr. In small M ivlinw WdM
llnc4 In a box. shakwj. and a
blindfolded rrwn In the prwonce of
tht rommltwe drw out ihr-. vf
tho4o ten umbrH. uarktng the first
oe, th siond two and the third
(k Itellv or VAkl l... . 1 thrtta Im Ininu .u.i .w. . .
. . ,,,,, aipiiua, vi nl-"-- --"-. v www II) H
4drt. Urn inwn to whom the re- 'cl large envelope, lealoj up
.r. i. iumwr. W bo glv an op.'""" HWI w" the diamond on oxhl
poctualty. ahwluty without mi. to
liavo a guM4 at th unknown nuwbor,
and tfao ireon or iwkmas guoMlng
KMTMt that Btunber w(M rctr as a
t and wHawu any eompeuiatJon
"w. Bwrly as an eiprnwdsq
bttlon In the Jewolry stor hnw win.
dow ich day during th gue6Jng con
tent, and will noi t efwned until
tho eontMt U oloMd. whn tw ...
chvI will he frlTn to tho nirit
KW. Tki uaU... .
.. -pinw - -nnn nui(Htr Will
T Reed will on the part of Tao Journal . tun by ntitUag tOR4thr the tar
. . wtiM, uto MM an-t"""HH' wwr as marked one.
. ,,j rmc rstwumsi u tnli r"- l,,r,f. Mw nvtoHM In wMeh
apw and on miwuoh ntifce rt ar cuu lll, UBkROW
J " - " " "" Bwte.- ws nHbld unUl T l'i will b naallwl
u. saiw, Oreaon. Tho jiaxty j e gnoulng contt l eBplJ -nd ikm- a8j they can ro.urn tfa M.
Wring m doUar - n. .v.u J: wAMelv m.u.. " a8U wltl. tu, ... ... ... Ue wma-
,.,. '- T. " ,vl "" "Jne. . ; "" nun on ta back.
for any crooked work on tho part of
Thn Jounml publishers, of the Jewolw
furmnblng tho diamond, nor on the
part of any subscriber. Tho recolpU
for this gtieMini: oontaat win 1 .
, " .1UIII-
lril In duplicate, but the tHb will
w only for tho purixwo of IOnUfy
lug the subscriber who Is tho sneceno.
ful Kuer aeh subscriber writing
the guess number on ih lutrk 1.1.
nc4pt each on making his or hnr
own iwm at tho unknown number.
ab Boon tw tho rvceinta are all sold
the kuhmIdr contest will ho -A
thn nearwt number awarded th dla-
How the Guesses Are Msde.
On socuring a receiut fn- . .
lar w mow. the person wiaii m
KUw will write bis gUaM- be.
tween the above numbers on
the back of the recent 1.. iv .
deMhlo jvancH, writing onlv , ...J
. " v 5UWQ
OR each rwelpt. and detrain.. .1..
aae In tho soldered Un hnr .,
unwlbew ot of town will be al
tewed to make their guese in the mme
etvo a rtoHH for &h AaH& k.u
4 hAve the opiwtunlty to gHfti a
oiBrew nnwbe r ff each suca rvlrt
eM. No eotrion Is alk.wed t
ay agftt r solkltw for sodring
MUoribem. and tho ,, w wb.
ecrlWnlif do It with the under!
IRS Usat the Dally or Weekly Journal
U acwjHed u paymwt In fn for ta
, .. ,.,,IWW rrcpsrtti,
T BBW.f, wh. ku t
JWe4 wM tMV B ih fom.,
fB WHMr. Th tea Mintbera frow
I ii.-j . .... 1H a tAaUt.1 i.,,.. ..... .
The nwlr rf rocnlpu lued m .S".? IJa1 QS Contest,"
-- wv4 n ill nun r ut
iuviu, .. -.. .. "
-. , ""' reeolpu jn th,.
Buowng contest ar ii.io-.. .
tnte la all.
Receipts Now Ready,
Subscribers can now get n,.
oU and beefc aU.rLZ.
-w i Journal eclal deHrerv
BiAMa.0 t !.. ...v... "Fv wwrery
number of cuw powlbje la the
w w u number w,. ..
wd 9ST, aa the unknown ui.
i itrr1 o( 8k,,w ita,
The unkwiwn number eaanot
V? th" W5 w than MT
To be a perfectly Uarmi .
l and amteinc . ....
-. wnaw to a r;
Beasts Not Yet Caught.
(New oYrk Sun.)
"Oh, there are a fcood many ani
mals that aro still to be caught and
exhibited In tho menagerie." saldj
tho old animal man, reaching: into the I
cago and scratching the ae4 at a
Jaguar. "I can ran o toit x Ok
wlUicut stopping to think.
"AH the zoos are eaaw now far am
akapl. That's the atraa psfchimfn
beast that Sir Henry Johnwam tern.
alive In Bastern Africa.
"It's a cross between a slraJfo .wni
a horse, apiiarently, sad a misaty Wg
animal. Thore'll be Mr wmr t
the circus that gets the im soci-
men, and there are Mate ptocky aa-J
smart men in Ugand.i at thU very
moment looking for the brute.
"Nobody hns been lucky enonah or
smart enough to catch a Kadiak bear
alive and carry him to clviUxatinn
There's somethlna 1IU 9 1..,
for you big as a calf, so that he'd
make a roaring Rocky mountain r.
sly look like n little brown bear
alongside of him.
"Down In South Ampio .
where behind the northeastern side of
the Andes a little north of the equa
tor. Is a boast that Is lha bIMM rn
dnt la the wnriii tv..i.- 1
een pieces of Its hide and lt i,,.-
and a few glimpsed at It . it c,i
through the dark primevnl forest.
it l a true rodent like th rt i,
a big as a Newfoundland dog
Thnt would be a good catch for & XOo
"Another fine prise is down there
In South Amorlcn. It Is a now species
wroar. quite different from any
that has ever been exhibited In the
shows In nay part of the world, if,
a big. black fellow, and tremendously
fierce. Nobody has ovr mi.n .,
'Then in the forgets of tha a..
are two birds that would mnu .h,v..
.H-r a iddiohi wan among soolo
gists. They aro the bellblrd. which
has a voice exactly Ilk ,.i...i.
n ML and the "loet wl. wbCh
has a crv that n.. ...
- mo snivers
creeu along a man's hnoVh, -..
he hears It In tho (lnrlr mi.,..
silent, forbidding woods.
"In Iturwah' soewhnr ..... ..
thlnocerous that has a black hide and
Wg tufted ears. The hiOe h y-
i by white men lot .1 u...
they hava't ever & . ui' ...
- ' am-
mltted as a State.
Since John Whltoaker, tho first gov
ernor of the state, was chosen In 1859
from his farm on Pleasant Hill, In the
hills a few mllos east of Eugene in
Lane county, and about 128 miles
from Portland, all the subsequent
governors have beeii chosen from
tholr homes nearer to Portland than
Whlteaker's farm, says the Tidings.
The Willamette valley has had all
governors except two, Woods and
Moody, of The Dalles.
Mnrion county has furnished three
governors to the state, Orover. Lord
and Geer; Portland three, GIbbs.
Thnyor and Pennoyer.
Wasco two, Woods and Moody, and
Lane county one. John Whltenkt-r.
Tho following list gives tho names.
counties from which elected, dates of
sorvlce and politics of all govornors
of Oregon since It became a state.
1. John Whltnkor, fnrmor and dem
ocrat of Iane county, served from
March 3, 1859 to Soptembor 10, 18C2.
i. Addison C. GIbbs, lnwyor and re
publican fiom Portland, served from
Septomhor 10. 18C2 to Sontcmbor 1C.
I. George U Wood, lawyer and re-
3 TRAIN8 TO THE EAST DAILV,
8 60 a, 3J
8:15 p. m.
7 ii p. sa.
From Portland, Or,
Salt Uke, Dsnrer, U
nono, umioi, &aiua(
CUT, 8t. Lonlt, (Jhlcagti
Salt Lake, Denror Ft.
nonn, umana, kdui
City. St. LaU. Chlcairn
I '!.-. ' "
Spokane. Wallace. Pull
man, Minneapolis St.
Pin), nnllllh XfllwunW.
Cbloago, and East.
8: a v
PORTLAND TO CHICAGO
Ko Cbsnge of Cars
OCCAM AND H1VEK SCHEUULf
vll ixllInK datei aubji-ct
Sail uTery 6 daft
ToAttorla an War
Steamer Ruth leaves Salem f
Portland and way landings on Tne
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, aboil
C a. m. m. P. nAT.nwiM
A. L. CRAIO, AgLO.R.&N. Salea
Gen. Pass. Agt Portland, Or.
vwuoa iroin wasco county, served
Owns September 15, 1S0C to September
t. L. F. Grorer. lawyer and demo-
Itnt front Marion eounty, served from
wfteaber 14, 1570 to February 1,
WTZ. Being reelected he filled -out
put of his second term when h u-no
osn United States amuum- nn.i
a succeeded by Steuben P. f!lm,i
1n. who became the fifth governor.
5- Stephen P. Chad wick, inwvm. n.i
democrat from Douglas county who
served as governor from February 1,
1877 to Setttember 11, 1878.
6. Walter W. Thaver. lnwvnr n,i
democrat from Portland who served
irom September 11, 1878 to September
7. Zenns P. Moody, merchant and
republican from Wasco eoimiv Wh
servetl from Sentemlmr 11 icco .
January 14, 1SS7.
8. Sylvester Pennoyer, lawyer and
lumberman, democrat who served
two terms from January 14, 1SS7 to
January 15, 1806.
9- William Paine Lord, lawye,. and
Corvaff Is & Eastern BR.
TIME CARD NO. 24.
No. 2 for Yaoulna?
6:20 p m.
... 6:45 a. m.
;-- -hw w he gMfc4 at atatw. i T.v . ' """w orrery
wast be aaa v.i ... , 77 MMat la the snhurt. 1 ..
" M 'malty to swr I
"Up in the Hlmalavn. . .- u.
Wen looking tor years for-wbat do
Wu suwoeer A naleom. . my
-- v., HO laay M T.Bh
He s)t that he has hrj
tales fro taa aaUv fcu-. ..
there of the axtatMu.A ,f . ... ?
antetope-hem, I doa't th.ak tWu
any each thiaj. mlt but then I
dldnt take much stok m the dlscov
No. 1 Returning:
Arrivoo Albany ,
NO, 3 for Q.mlt.
Leaves Albany 7.00
Arrlvee Dotrol' .. ., ,,.., n
No. 4 From Detreit: P
Leaves Detroit 1:00
Arrives Albany . s.rr
t,i , 5:55 p. m.
Train No. 1 nrivn- i ,u.r .
time to connect with the S. P. iuth
bound train, as wu . J' ' -UUl
thr ... . ..." b4,,us wo or
wm.. , Aioany beforo deDar
ture of S P. northbound train
P t2n. 'n CnneCtU WIth the S.
f. trains at Corvniu. ... .,L
Tntfn No. 3 for Ttetr T..a.. -
d other mountain " .T
Wbany at 7:00 a. n, .u. """'"
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Offera a cholco of THREE catewaii.
KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH Cf
OMAHA, to Chicago and points EasV
Through. Standard and TonrLrl
sleeping cars dolly between San Fran
cisco and Chicago via Lob Angela
anu El Paso,
Through Tourist Sleeper eaci
TUESDAY from Portland to Chlcagfl
via bait Lake and Colorado Springs.
Through Standard Sloenlnir Cut
uatiy between Ogden and Chlcaro.
Lowest rato In effect alwava anO-
oie via "itock Island System."
Reduced ROUND TRIP RATES In
effect on July 12. is. ik m 1 ana
August 18, 19. 25 and 28: 90 dars re
Bo sure that your tJcket reads vis
mo ureat Rock Ialanrt nnni.
The boat and most ninnnhi din
ing car service. For Information.
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Prnm f.- n ... . ..
fr' ,v.er .Pointa and tho Southeast
bift nd.PuIman "Iwpera. and last
comfort,"1, touri8t alPers, clean.
mA?rtab, M(1 cheap.
via nntiT.. i "9 Bouineaat specuw
can'? L R.nd too BurllngtonT Yon
pant do betten. and ron mieht do
A. C BHE.DON, Qan.ral Aasn
lOO THIRD STREET,
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,t pjrjf d,PBanee daily eieopt Bauday
Dock! Foot bf TrmAm ltMa.
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