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THE MORNING "OREG QyiAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 190f.
LEAGUES TO SUFFER
Minors Likely to Have Powers
AMERICAN MAGNATES ACT
Clause Raising Price of Drafted Play
ers From $750 to $1500 and Lim
iting Number to One Turned
Down Vote on Foul Tie.
CHICAGO, Dec 8. IC the action
takon at the closing session of the
American Basoball League meeting:
here tonight meets -with the approval
of the National Basoball Commission,
the powers of the minor leagues will be
curtailed to a great extent- The clause
4n the National agreement which bene
fits minor leagues by raising the price
of drafted players from those organ
izations from $750 to $1500, and limit
ing of the number of the players to be
drafted from one club to one man, was
turned down by the magnates, and
President Johnson was authorized to
act for the American !League In con
nection with the National League's re
port and Chairman Hermann, of the
National Commission, to frame a Na
tional agreement eliminating this
clause In the agreement.
President Johnson will leave for Cin
cinnati tomorrow, where he will meet
with Chairman Herman and go over
the matter in detail. The foul-strike
rule came up for discussion again to
Hay. and, after a long argument, it was
found that the members of the leaguo
stood four to four on the rule.
What disposition was made of the
"Washington Club is not known, as all
the magnates declined to discuss the
STANFORD MEN ON DIAMOND.
Portland Will Be Well Represented In
Next Year's Team.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Dec 8.
(Special.) Fall baseball practice has
begun. A large squad turned out, and
prospects are bright for the develop
ment of a good team next Spring. Port
land should be well represented on the
'varsity If -those who are now out make
good. The team will be captained by
'Al Trowbridge, the crackerjack short
stop of last year. Al received his early
baseball training on Portland High
School nines, and upon coming here Im
mediately qualified, first in the outfield
and later at shortstop.
"Bull" Chalmers will probably hold
down his old position at left field,
which he filled so well last year.
"Stump" Stott Is the best candidate
now trying for catcher, and he should
make the position easily. Ed Stillman,
another Portland Academy boy, will
also try for this position.
The man from whom baseball en
thusiasts expoct most, however, is little
"Kenny" Fenton, the athletic freshman
from Portland Academy. Fenton proved
his mettle in football, and he is ex1
pected to do great things in baseball
next Spring. Coming as he does from
the Multnomah Club team with a repu
tation as a crack hitter and fielder,
evorybody expects to see him make
good. He is trying for second base.
OVERALL HAS ANGELS GUESSING
Tacoma Takes First Game of Second
Special Series by Seven to Two.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 8. Tacoma took
the first of the scries of games In this
city by the score of 7 to 2. Overall's
pitching was the chief feature, the Angels
being unable to hit him with men on
bases. Gray was hit rather f reely and be
sides made a costly error In the first,
which resulted In two runs. Attendance,
2500. Score: R- H. E.
Los Angeles 0 000010012 7 5
Tacoma 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 7-10 2
Batteries Gray and Spies; Overall and
Graham. Umpire, McDonald.
CLAUDE LOSES BY A HEAD.
Mlstys Pride Leads All the Way In
Six-Furlong Event at Oakland.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 8. Favorites
did not fare well at Oakland today, only
two gettlnr home In front. One of the
upsets occurred In the six-furlong event,
for which Claude was a heavily-played
first choice. The well-supported Mlstys
Pride got off flying and, leading all the
way. lasted long enough to win by a
.head from Claude Silent Water, the
odds-on favorite in the fourth, had a
narrow escape from defeat. Although
first choices were beaten, some of the
21 bookmakers In lino quit losers. Sum
mary: Futurity course, scinng-Jerusha won,
ILily Goldlng second. Lady Gondrlch
third; time, 121&.
Mile and hundred yards, selling Prof
itable won, Scotsman second, Vaughan
third; time, 1:48.
Futurity course, selling Alone won,
atogregor second, Herthus third; time,
Fourth, six furlongs Mlstys Pride won,
Claude second, Iridius third; time, 1:13.
Five and a half furlongs, selling Si
lent Water won. The Lieutenant second,
IM ax tress third; time,. 1:05.
Mile and 50 yards, selling Badly Used
won, Meisterslnger second. Homage
third; time, 1:45.
HILDEBRAND AGATN RIDING.
PIIotsrTwo Mounts to Victory, and Is
Second on Two Others at Ascot.
UOS ANGELES, Dec. 8. Jockey Hilde
hrand resumed riding at Ascot today" for
the first time since his had fall on Hach-
melster last week. He piloted two
mounts to victory and was second on two
others. In the race at seven furlongs.
Tim Payne ruled a hot favorite, with
Ascetic Golden Light and Dolly Wei
thoff well played. Nothing but a perfect
ride landed Payne winner by a head from
Golden Light after a long stretch struggle
between the two. Wei thoff was third.
Weather clear, track good. Summary:
First, selling, five furlongs Sportsman
won, Light of Day second. Useful Lady
third; time, 1:02.
Selling, five and a half furlongs Miss
Provo won. Firm Fpot second. Chief
Aloha third; time, 1:051s.
Seven furlongs Tim Payne won. Gold
en Light second, Dolly Welthoff third;
Mile and 70 yards, selling Jlngler won.
Mammon second, Anlrad third; time,
Slauson course El Otros won. Doctor C.
second, Tyrolean, third; time, 1:10.
Mile and 70 yards, selling Lanark won,
Mr. Robinson second, Phyz third; time,
At New Orleans.
-TFTW ORLEANS. Dec 8. Results:
Six furlongs Nervator won, Walter
Duffy second,, June Collins third; time,
Four and a half furlongs Yorkshire
Lad won. Presage second, iauros tnira;
time. 0:59 4-5.
Mile Lendon won, Arachne second,
Ti-nne Mac third: time. 1:52 3-5.
Seven furlongs Gus Heldorn won. Gar
nish second, Ahola third; time, i:36 z-o.
MIlo .and sixteenth Gasllghter .won.
Lady Fonso -second, Alcorn R. third; time,
Mile -and 70 yards Bountiful won. Ex
tol second, Glendon third; time, 1:55 2-5.
CRESCEUS TIME WON'T STAND
Association, However, Clears George
Ketchum of Charge of Fraud.
CHICAGO. Dec S. George W. Ketchum
of Toledo was found not-guilty of estab
lishing a fraudulent record for his trot
ting stallion Cresceus at the Wichita,
Kan., track on October 19, 1903, after a
hearing of the case before the board of
appeals of the American Trotting Asso
ciation here tonight. The board declared
that the evidence fell short of sufficiency
In establlshng criminal participation in
the claimed fraudulent agreement for
an illegitimate record, so far as Mr.
Ketchum was concerned. While freeing
Mr. Ketchum from the charge, the board
found the officials of the Southern Kan
sas Fair Association, on whose track the
race was run, guilty of connivance to
establish a fraudulent record, and ex
pelled from the American Trotting Asso
ciation President C. H. Irwin and all the
other officials connected with the Wichita
track at that time. The expulsion of these
officials also means that the world's rec
ord for trotting stallions of 1:59. claimed
to have been made by Cresceus Is not al
lowed by the board.
COLUMBIA WINS INDOOR MEET
Soldiers Are Defeated In Track and
Field Sports, 51 to 18.
Columbia won the dual Indoor track
meet with the soldiers from Vancouver
Barracks, held at University Park yester
day afternoon. The score was 51 points
for Columbia and 18 for the soldiers.
The events of the afternoon follow:
Fifty-yard dash Won by Fredell, Columbia.
Time. 0 2-5 seconds. Second, Rot, Columbia.
Half-mile run "Won by Thompson. Company
A, 19th Infantry. Time, 2 minutes, 22 seconds.
Second, "Weber, Columbia.
Shot put Won by Shepherd. Company H.
Distance, -40 feet 7 Inches. Second, Kelly,
220-yard dash Won by Kelly. Columbia.
Time, 24 seconds. Second, Snepherd. Company
00-yard, low hurdles Won "by Fredell, Colum
bia. Time. 6 2-6 second. Second, Roe, Colum
bia. Running broad Jump Won by Kelly, Colum
bia. Distance, 20 feet, 3 inches. Second.
Fredell. Columbia, 10 feet. 4 Inches.
Standing broad triple Jump Won by Chap
man, Company A. Distance, -S feet, S1
laches. Second, Wilkinson, Columbia. Dis
tance, 27 feet, 11 Inches.
High Jump Won by Kelly, Columbia. Height,
5 feet, 4 inches. Fredell and Wilkinson, second,
f feet, 10 inches.
The relay race vas won by Columbia, Roe,
Wilkinson. Kelly and Fredell each running a
lap and a half. Farr, North, Mitchell and
Shepherd competed for the soldiers.
CORVALLIS GAME SCHEDULED.
Coach Steckle Is Allowed to Play, and
Contract Will Be Signed.
"Off agin, on agin," summarizes yes
terday's negotiations In the Corvallls
MuKnomah Christmas game. In the morn
ing it looked as if all chances for such a
game were off, but Jatc In the afternoon
satisfactory arrangements were made.
and on receipt of a confirmatory telegram
Manager Watklns sent the contract to
Corvallls for signature.
This assures a great game for the foot
ball-loving public A concession made to
Manager Stlmson was that Coach Steckle
should be allowed to play, and he will
occupy a tackle position. Since Captain
Pllklngton, Bundy and Root, who were
out of the Corvallis-Eugene game, will
be In the line-up against Multnomah, it
can easily be believed that the club boys
will go into the hardest game of the sea
son on Christmas Day.
First Game of Basketball.
M'MINNVDLLE, Or.. Dec S. (Special.)
The toakset-ball season for the local teams
opened last night with a double game at
the college gymnasium. An inter-class
game between the girls of the commercial
department and those of the college
proper resulted In a score of 4 to 4. Fol
lowing this the boys' second team and the
Dayton High School team played. The lo
cal team won by a score of 9 to 8.
OPTIONAL "WITH S0LONS.
Mitchell and Hermann Cannot Be
Compelled to Appear in Land Case.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington, Dec. 8. Senator Mitchell has re
ceived no Intimation that his presence Is
desired In Portland as a witness In the
lfiid-fraud cases. The only Information
he has Is conveyed In the dispatch re
ceived tonight asking whether he will go
to Portland in response to a subpena.
"I have not received any subpena, and
have no knowledge that one has been
Issued," said Senator Mitchell. "1 cannot
say what I shall do If such subpena Is re
ceived. Everything depends on circum
stances. If I am wanted at a time when I
can leave without detriment to the state's
Interests here I may go to Portland, but I
can say nothing definite until I have that
21-epresentative Hermann refused to
make any statement as to his course in
regard to being subpenaed. He will not
make any reply to questions asked of him.
It Is understood here that the court can
not compel either Senator Mitchell or Rep
resentative Hermann to appear In Port
land In response to subpenas, as both are
exempt; first, because they are In attend
ance upon session of their respective
houses, and, secondly, because they are
outside the state in which the cases are
being tried. It is therefore optional with
them whether they shall offer their testi
mony at this time.
' DAILY CITY STATISTICS.
H. W. Train, 34, Cook County, Illinois; Jen.
nle Smith, 24.
W. H Getz, East Madison, between East
Twenty-second and East Twenty-third, two-
story dwelling; $3000.
John Keating, Tillamook, between Rodney
and. Union avenue, two-story dwelling; $1500.
V-elruth & Pierce, Rodney avenue and 'Knott,
two-story dwelling; ?1230.
Real Estate Transfers.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co. to E.
Camnlon ct al.. E. 1-4 lots S. T. block
237, Holladay's Addition S 4,300
John Ellerby et al. to I. Ellerby. lot
1. block 58. Sunnyslde Second Ad
Aloys Harold to Mrs. M. House. W.
lot 1. block. 24. Xewhurst Park:
E. 4 lot 1. block 24, Newhurst Park 85
Frank Pautmeier and wife to E. Mc-
Brtde. lot 3, block 206, Couch Add. 3,500
Anna Tfturiaw to w. e. jiiies. lot &.
block 20. James Johns Second Add.
to St. Johns 400
Sarah v. Dmramond and husband to
M. A. Shirley, lots 2. 3, block -4.
Cloverdale Extended 1
Portland Trust Co. to M. Wagnltz, lot
6. block 11. Williams-Avenue Add. 485
L. E. Kennedy to W. A. Hall, lot 1.
block C, North Irvlogton 3,750
Aloys Harold to C. H. Smith et al..
lots 3, 4, S. block 2, Greenwood..... 10
W. H. McKeen and wife to W. F.
Nelld, lot 3. block 09. Sellwood 200
Title Guarantee & Trust Co. to B. E.
Bolce. lots 7. S. block 23. North
Elizabeth Ryan to J. Ecklund. 2750
square feet, beginning at NE. cor.
lot 12. block 20. Irvine's Harbor
Martin N. Mujo and wife to T. C Bar
bare and H. W. Hogue. trustee. E.
90 feet lots 14. 15. block 18. Al
bino, and other property 1
Earl C. Bronaugh and wife to B. E.
Bolce. lots 1. 2. 3. block 20; lots 4.
5. 6, block 9, Arbor Lodge 750
Laura Break e and husband to J. Am
beraon. E. 70 feet S. & lot 3. block
2, McMUIen's Addition 700
James Forster to S. Forster, lots 12.
13, block 1. Roselawn Annex 50
Abe Meier and wife to C. E. Bunyon.
lot 1, block 243, city. 5.000
LAWYER LOSES .FEE
Jury Decides Case Against
. Waiter G. Hayes.
REPRESENTED BOTH SIDES
Appeared Both for.Orval Ross and
Mrs. Ross in Divorce Suit and
Sued Husband for Forty
In a suit for the collection of $40, alleged
to be due him for professional services.
Attorney Walter G. Hayes yesterday lost
his fee, the Jury bringing In a verdict In
favor of the defendant, Orval Boss.
It was a spicy case and occupied two
hours of the court's and the jury's valu
able time. Burlng the progress of the
trial hot and fiery darts were hurled at
Attorney Hayes by Attorney Charles
Schnabel. for the defense, and against
Schnabel by Attorney H. H. Riddell, rep.
A rather peculiar state of facts came to
light during the trial, showing that At
torney Hayes acted, both for Orval Boss
and Mrs. Ross In a suit for divorce, filed
at Oregon City, six months ago.
"I do not know, gentlemen, what you
think about an attorney accepting a fee
from both sides of a case, but I can state
emphatically that such a course Is below
my standard," said Attorney Schnabel to
the Jury during his argument, and He
looked sharply at Hayes?. "Of course.
there may be times when a man, by
peculiar circumstances, might bring him
self to see such a thing In another light.
But, in addition to collecting a fee from
both parties, Hayes did not present his bill
properly, but sent duns to Mrs. Ross, who
was In Seattle, addressing them in en
velopes from the District Attorney's office
and using the office stationery so as to
scare her into the belief that she must
pay. He did the same tiling to the man."
Schnabel also found fault because the
complaints had been amended three times,
and when Attorney Riddell made his argu
ment he told the jury that four out of
every five of Schnabel'a complaints had to
"2Tot unless I'm afraid of my case."
Schnabel spoke up.
Waldemar Seton. Justice of the Peace
for East Portland, was placed on the stand
and asked what he thought of an attorney
collecting fees from both parties In a
"If I could do that I would think I
was very fortunate," said the Justice.
K0CKPILE CAUSES TROUBLE.
Chief Hunt Only Supplies Three Pris
oners for the Work.
Why only three prisoners were sun-
plied by Chief Hunt for the new rnek-
plle gang yesterday morning will bo
one oi tne questions asked at the meet
ing or the Executive Board this after
noon, cniei Hunt has always been op
posed to the rocknlle. When the newlr
appointed guards, S. G. Hlrsch and
unaries Hulme, asked for stars a3 spe
cial officers they were told none were
In stock, though all the regular officers
have Just discarded stars for the" new
It Is the practice of Chief TTiin tn
release a number of prisoners arrested
for minor offenses each morning with
out their being hauled before Municipal
Judge Hogue. Yesterday morning 11
men, said to be consorts of women,
were released in this way. Members
of the Executive Board think those
men could have been employed to ad
vantage on the rockplle.
STEAMSHIP COMPANY SOLD.
Balfour, Guthrie & Co. Claim Dam
ages for Refusal of Flour Shipment.
Balfour. Guthrie & Co.
belants in a suit filed in the United States
court yesterday against tho Portland &
Asiatic Steamship Company.
Tne complaint alleges that in July, 1904,
the steamship company agreed with the
libelants to carry 3000 tons of flour to
Oriental norts on the stcnmshln "vi
media, sailing on or about August 23.
When offered 1S00 tons of flour under this
agreement, the respondent. It Is alleged,
refused to receive same. In order to get
the flour to Japan before October 1, when
the Increase of Japanese customs duties
took effect, it was necessary for the 11-
ocianis to snip tne nour by rail from
Portland to Puget Sound ports for ship
ment to Japan. Claiming a loss of this
rail freight by reason of the falure of the
respondents to carry out their agreement,
the libelants ask for a judgment amount.
lng to $1800.
RECOVER STOLEN GOODS.
Detectives Also Arrest Two Men Who
Are Wanted for Larceny.
Detectives Hartman. Kerrigan and
Snow yesterday succeeded in recovering
more than $400 worth of stolen property
and restoring It to various owners, and
In arresting John Burns and James Baru
hard. charging both with larceny.
Burns Is accused of the theft of con
siderable plunder from Cronin's harness
shop, while Baruhard is charged with the
theft of two buggies and two horses.
One rig ho is said to have stolen in
Vancou'er, Wash., and another from
Peterson, the Portland liveryman. Burns
has been In trouble before, having served
a term of 30 days for larceny in a cigar
store. He would have beeen arrested a
day sooner, but his brother was killed In
a railroad accident In Spokane.
AT TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL.
Rev. Stephen S. Wise to Speak on
"The Opportunity of the Theater.
Rev. Stephen S. Wlso will preach this
evening at the Temple Beth Israel on
"The Opportunity of the Theater as an
.uaucationai factor in Modern Life; a
Sermon Suggested by 'Everyman. " The
service begins at 8 P. M., and strangers
are always welcome.
Tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock the
first of a series of children's services will
be held, the prayers being read by the
pupils of the religious school, and a prize
essay by a pupil being in place of the
regular address. Sunday morning at
11:30 o'clock Thomas N. Strong will give
an informal address to the children of
the religious school.
Old People Hare Their Troubles.
The most common ailments to which
people past middle age are subject are
Indigestion and constipation. Fortunately
there Is a remedy especially suited to
these disorders and that affords prompt
relief. It Is called Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets. The laxative ef
fect of these Tablets Is so agreeable and
so natural that you do not realize that
it has been produced by a medicine. They
also improve tne appetite ana strengthen
the digestion. Write to the Chamberlain
Medicine Co.. Dcs Moines. Ia.. for a free
sample, and give them a trial, or get
tne regular za-cent size irom. your drug,
gist. All druggists.
If You Are
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scrupulous fiealerSj are giyingi their customers when lntegri(jad
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RECEIVED THEIR PRIZES
BRIGHT RECEPTION AT COMMER
Governor Chamberlain and Mayor
Williams Gladden Hearts of Au
thors of Articles on Oregon.
An auspicious event was the reception
tendered last evening at the Commercial
Club to the winners of the prizes for ar
tiMa nr Vi suhloct of Oresron. oubllshcd
in different periodicals of the country.
Music and bright speccn mmgiea, ana mo
reception throughout was one of the
happy events of the season.
The presentation of the gold medals and
cash awards was made by Governor
Chamberlain and Mayor "Williams, who
mnrto hrlef -presentation speeches in each
instance. Of these winners there were ten.
live in the contest limited to romana ana
live in the state contest. The winners In
thi-t state ccntest are: First prize. Colonel
E. Hofer, of Salem; cond, SIras H.
Walker, of Albany; third, Mrs. .Harriet
Winthornc. of Woodeville; fourth, Fred
T.orklv of Pendleton: fifth. Paul R.
Lyster, of Gardiner City. Governor Cham
berlain paid each of the winners a neat
compliment for the service they had done
the commonwealth with their pens, colo
nel Ilcfei replied briefly, expressing his
th,; a;nfri1 trnnKlft can "be
AllcocVs Plaster. Warm the plaster before applying if
not relieved by bedtime, placer a hot water bag against the
plaster on the shoulder.
RCMCMBER These plaster are ood for all pains and aches. They
We wa ja use ovor 65 yaars, have bwn imitated more than any article ever
said, ana nave znsae mora cures iuauwj "- j-
iotto coHtain belladonna, opham or any poison whatever.
a Cigar Smoker Read This
Very - trulyTyours,
& LEWIS, Distributers
appreciation of the recognition he had re
ceived for Ms work in behalf of Oregon
and stating it his intention to do all in his
power for the furthering of Oregon's in
terests. The Portland winners who received their
awards from the hands of Mayor "Williams
together with a tribute for their work are:
Mrs. Josephine LIshcr, first prize; Miss
Gertrude Metcalfe, second prize; Rev. Asa
Sleoth, third prize; "W. H. Chapln, fourth
prize; "W. I Crissey, fifth prize.
"When Cyru? "Walker, winner of the sec
ond state prize, was called upon for a re
sponse he delighted tho5 present with a
Chinook song and afterwards a conversa
tion in unspeakable Chinook was carried
on between Mr. Walker and E. Jj. Smith,
of Hood River, convulsing everyone.
The attendance was large, the fair sex
being largely represented. Following the
presentations a selected programme "was
rendered by the orchestra.
Those who received medal. for their
writings were Colonel E. Hofer and Miss
Gertrude Metcalfe, the others receiving
cash awards. The medals are attractively
wrought In gold. In every shade and color,
each medal being a reproduction of the
seal of Oregon surmounted with a design
of Mt. Hood. The obverse side Is in
scribed -with tho name of the winner.
WANT MORE SCHOOL ROOM.
Addition to the Williams-Avenue
Building Will Be Asked For.
Residents of the district tributary to
the "Williams-avenue school. Upper Al-
Teliaved and cared bv usincr an
f R ED:WtKKLSK.3
bina. will call a mass-meeting In a few
days, to urge the Board of Education to
build an addition to the Williams-avenue
schoolhouse next year. At present there
are S00 pupils in the rooms. In the main
building there arc 17 rooms, and there
are two temporary rooms oh the ground.
On the south side of the present build
ing there is space for an eight-room an
nex. The mass-meeting will also ask the
Board to provide the Williams-avenue
building with modern sanitation, tho
present arrangement being out of date
This portion of, the district Is growing
rapidly. Temporary relief was afforded
the Williams-avenue building by cutting
off and adding a portion of Its territory
to the Holladay school, but now the lat
ter building is also overcrowded, and
must be relieved. It is expected that
it will be necessary to purchase ground
and put up a schoolhouse somewhere
northeast of the Holladay building next
Burnett's Extract of Vanilla
Has taken sold medals against all other brands.
Those who wish to practice economy
should buy Carter's Little Liver Pills.
Forty pills In a vial: only one pill a doae.
NO REST, no sleep. Itch, itch, itch,
scratching until the tender skin
becomes inf lamea, sore end bleeding.
Aided br Btlniealth Treatment, will zlre the
sufferisg little one Instant relief and Bleep, and
remit in eomolete cure. Multitudes of women
say Earflna has no equal for chafing. Irrita
tion, eruptions, aanoraa, tnin nair, scaia ncaa.
Large 25c. cakes, druggists'. Take nothing
without Pmlo Hay Co. signature.
Satisfy yourself. Sena at once for
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lustrated Books. "How to HaTe Beautiful
Hair and Complexion." Samples sent only by
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WE CURE GONORRHOEA I A WEEK
The doctors of this institute are fill resuUr
graduates, have had many years experience,
have been known in Portland for IS years, aavsi
a reputation to maintain, and will undertake
so cass unless certain cure can be effected.
We guarantee a cure In avarx caaa we under
take or charge no fee. consultation free. Let
ters confidential. Instructive BOOK SX)B
MEN mailed free In plain wrapper.
If you- cannot call at oiflce. write for questloa
blank. Home treatment successful.
Office sour. 0 to S and 7 to 8. Sundays and
holidays. 10 to 12.
Dr. W. Norton Davis & Co.
Offices ia Van-Noy Hotel. 62 Third st, cor.
Pine. Portland. Or.
Is especially valuable during tha
Summer season, when outdoor oc
cupations and sports are most ib
GRASS STAINS, MUD STAINS
and CALLOUS SPOTS
yield to it, and it is particularly
agreeable when used in the bath
after violent exercise.
VbL GROCERS AND DRUGGIST
as m m orscw wn
Keeps You Locking Young-
ALWAYS restores youthful color to gray or
faded hair. Stops hair falling. Posi
tively removes dandruff. A high-class
halr-jcrower dressing, keeping hair soft, glossy,
luxuriant. Does not coll skin or linen.
This Great Hair Food, aided by HARF1NA
SOAP, heals the scalp, kills dandruff germs,
stops Itching, supplies energy to roots and
promotes fine hair growth. Large BOc bottles,
druggists'. Takenothlngwlthoutour signature.
Frai Soap Of firFsr
Sign this coupon, take- to any of the following
druttdsts. and get a 50c. bottle Hay's Hair
health and a 25c. cake HarflnaMedlcated Soap,
best for hair. bath, toilet, both for 50c; or sent
by Philo Hay Specialties Co.. Xewark. ST. J.,
express prepaid, on receipt of 60c and this adv.
Following druggists supply Hay's Halrbealth,
and Harnna Soap in tneir snona oniy:
WOODARD, CLARKE & CO.,
Fourth and Washington.
These tiny Capsuloa are superior
to Balsam ot Lopaiba, f
CURE IN 43 HOURV
the same diseases without
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WEAK MEN MADE STRONG
By our electric vacuum
treatment. - Cures all
weaknesses of men.
nervous debility. losa of
memory, varicocele, etc
Our book on "Perfect
Safety Appliance Co.,
, Seattle Wash.
Manhood" sent free.
Dept. A, 1-111 1st ave.