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W. X HAIiES.
France May Have to Punish
Venezuela at Last
PROTESTS TO UNITED STATES
Dispatch Says Limit of Diplomacy Is
Nearly Reached, and Asks What
the American Government
Will Do About It.
WASHINGTON, March 17. France has
officially Informed the United States of the
action of the Venezuelan government
against the French Cable Company, which
he regards as high-handed and unwar
ranted. "While diplomatic means will be
exhausted in an effort to relieve the sit
uation, it is declared that President Castro
is rapidly exhausting French patience and
thereby forcing France toward the limit
of diplomacy. France has invited the at
tention of the American Government to
the Venezuelan situation because of its
Interest in all South American affairs, and
in order that it may ascertain the prob
able course of action which this govern
ment will take against Venezuela. It is
the wish of the French government to act
along "parallel lines so far as practicable.
The developments. In the Venezuelan sit
uation today are regarded as the prelim
inary step toward the relief of the situa
tion in Caracas, which Europe as well as
the United States has for some time re
garded with dissatisfaction. Early today
M. Jusserand, the French Ambassador,
sent his first secretary to the State De
partment to inform the officials there of
the suit of the Venezuelan government
ngalnst the French Cable Company and of
the concern which the action has caused
Ihe French Cable Company. The first
secretary, M. Portes, gave to Mr. Adee,
Acting Secretary of State, the substance
of the cable dispatch from Paris and
asked him about the probable line of ac
tion which this Government contemplated
in connection with the asphalt case.
It was impossible for Mr. Adee to com
mit the Government on this point until
the Venezuelan courts had acted, but he
thanked the secretary for advising this
Government In the matter "and promised
him information as soon as the Govern
ment was prepared to make an announce
ment. As the French Secretary left, Mr.
Adee called at tbeWar Department, where
lie had a long conference with Secretary
It Is pointed out that it is the wish of
"the French government to settle as quick
ly as possible Its differences with Vene
zuela, and. in case a French ultimatum is
followed by no relief in the situation,
France will have well nigh reached the
limit of diplomacy.
In view of the unfavorable conditions In
Venezuela at this moment, the French
armored cruiser Duplelx and the protected
cruiser Jurlen de la Cravlerer, which are
now In the Caribbean Sea, will be re
tained in the vicinity indefinitely.
Although the greater part of the North
Atlantic fleet is soon to come north as far
as Fensacola for target practice, an ade
quate contingent will remain In Domini
can waters to guard American Interests
there and. In case of an emergency. In
Venezuela, the fleet at Pansacola will be
in teasy cruising distance.
MUST CASTIGATE CASTRO.
France Informs Roosevelt She Is
Weary of. His Bullying.
WASHINGTON. March 17. France has
officially Informed the United States of
the action of the Venezuelan Government
against the French Cable Company, which
ehc regards as high-handed, and inti
mates that French patience is rapidly
being exhausted by the condition of af
fairs In Venezuela. It is probable that
the French Ambassador will confer with
President Roosevelt next week for the
purpose of learning the policy which this
Government proposes to follow in Vene
zuela, so that the French Government
may adopt a similar line, if possible.
Marines Ordered to Guam.
WASHINGTON, March 17. A detach
ment of marines has been organized at
the League Island Navy-Yard for ser
lco in Guam, and will start for that dis
tant post on March 25. First Lieu
tenant Hamilton D. South will have com
mand of the detachment, and Second
Lieutenant Frederick A. Barker will as
Call for Bank Statement.
WASHINGTON. March 17. The Con
troller of the Currency has issued a.
call for a statement of the condition
of the National banks at the close of
business on Tuesday, March 14.
Secretary and Mrs. Hay Go to Europe
WASHINGTON. March 17. Secretary
and Mrs. Hay left Washington today to
be absont two months. They will sail
tomorrow for Europe.
Fulton to Start Home Sunday.
WASHINGTON. March 17. -Senator
Fulton will leave for home next Sun
day at 11 A. M.
FRONT AM) REAR. "
(.Continued from First Page.)
patches from the front are the brief an
nouncements yestorday that General
Linlevitcb had assumed command and
that Kuropatkin was departing for St.
Petersburg, disposing of a rumor that
Kuropatkin had committed suicide, and
the Associated Press dispatch from
Changtufu on the morning of March 16,
written at the station of Kalyuan. which
was then held by the Russians.
In this correspondent's opinion, no pause
In the Japanese advance Is probable for
some time. The Russians are losing heav
l.y In the rearguard actions, and Japan ea
columns are reported to be pushing north
ward as fast as possible to complete the
enveloping movement of the Russians.
General Lltiievltch will have a consider
able number of fresh troops In a day or
two. the Fourth European Corps being
now at Harbin and departing southward.
Military office re declare that there are
now 26S.00O men at General Unlevitch's
disposal in Manchuria, and it is believed
that those forces will be sufficient to
cause the Japanese to exercise greater
caution in their pursuit.
Prince Hilkoff, who will leave St. Peters
burg soon to prepare the Siberian Railway
for forwarding the new levies which have
been determined on, said that there had
been no breakdown as yet, and that he
hoped, as soon as navigation opened, it
would be possible to transport one-fourth
of the outgoing soldiers by the rivers and
relieve the railroad to that extent.
Telephone Box Is Robbed.
The telephone box in the St George
Hotel. EFirst and Columbia streets, was
robbed at 11 o'clock last night. It is not
known how much was taken. Patrolman
Thompson was notified and questioned
Clifford M. Dunn, who is said to have
"been seen in that yiclnlty at the hour
named. Dunn Is the man who "was cap
tured one, -year ago by Sergeant Taylor
after firing many1 shots near the fire
headquarters. He and thlst companion
were convicted of robbing telephone
hexes, and served a term of six month
in the County JalL
ADMITS VIOLATING THE LAW
W.SA. Simons, Proprietor of the Or
pheum,.as a Witness.
W. A. Simons, proprietor of the Or
pheum, admitted on the witness stand in
Police Court yesterday that he paid wom
en to sell drinks in his place, which is an
open violation of the law. He testified
In defense of his bartender. L. R. Reed,
who, with a woman named Llllle Stetson.
Is accused of having robbed W. C Pace
of 5130. The defendants insisted that Pace
squandered his money for champagne,
and In substantiation of this claim Si
mons took the stand and testified that
he paid Lillle Stetson $31 in commission
for selling the wine to Pace. Owing to
the absence of -witnesses the case was
adjourned until today, when the conclud
ing evidence will be heard.
CZAR ON VERGE OF COLLAPSE
Cannot Eat or Sleep Because of the
Disasters to Army.
ST. PETERSBURG. March lS.-The
rumor is being persistently circulated In
DEAL CARRIED OUT
Peabody Steps Out as Gover
nor of Colorado.
M'DONALD TAKES HIS PLACE
Lightning Change of Governors Com
pleted Adams Denounces His
Removal as Outrage, but
Will Not Resist.
DENVER, March 17. The bargain made
by leaders of the opposing Republican fac
tions of Colorado to take the Governor's
chair from Alva Adams and to seat in it
Lieutenant-Governor Jesse F. McDonald,
after permitting James H. Peabody to
hold It for one day. was carried to a con
clusion late this afternoon.
In fulfillment of the agreement which
he made before the General Assembly de-
him . complete vindication of his
course. Continuing, the letter reads:
To my surprise jmd resret. X discovered
toward tbe litter stiges of the contest that
certain members of the Legislature, elected as
Republicans, entertained feelings of lllwill
and dislike toward me personally.
1 shall sot attempt In this communication to
vindicate myself against what I conceive to be
a persona! enmity, unwarranted by the facts
and ungenerous to a degree. Suffice it to
say. I am not painfully conscious of ita mag
I have always been and will ever continue to
be a faithful adherent of Republican principles
and doctrines and I conceive It to be the doty
ef every true, dtixen to make personal sacri
fices, it need be. Jor the welfare of tbe politi
cal organization to irhlch he may belong.
Imbued with these senUmenU I am con
strained to the conclusion that the beet Inter
eeta cf the Republican party of this state will
be subserved it I am now permitted to retire
to private life, hoping thereby that my present
enactment as a political factor in Colorado
will restore -peace and armony now so sorely
seeded in tbo Republican party of this stato.
ADAMS SAYS IT'S AN OUTRAGE
Advised to Resist by Force, but Loves
Law and Order.
DENVER, March 17. "I am going back
to my home and my business In Pueblo,"
said Alva Adams, who was deposed by
the General Assembly from the Governor
ship after having served 6 days of the
biennial term for which he was inau
gurated on January 10 last.
"I am president of a savings bank and
I have a hardware establishment, so I
have no fear about the bread and butter
"At the same time," he added, "I am
by no means in a Jocular frame of mind,
I have been outraged, and I feel the re
sentment that is natural. However, If
the people can endure It, I can. My
friends, many of them in the opposite
party, have stood by me stanchly. I
shall never forget their devotion to the
cause of right and simple justice. I
was advised by some friends, whose loy
alty was supreme, to hold the office by
force, but I never for a moment had an
Idea of accepting such advice. I am for
law and order in the real sense of the
phrase, and self-sacrifice is a part of my
duty in adherence to that principle. I
simply submit to the outrage that could
not peaceably be prevented."
M'DONALD A RICH MINING MAN
Resident of Leadville and Leader
DENVER, Colo- March 17. (Special.)
Colorado's new Governor. McDonald.
Is a wealthy man. He owns large mining-
property In the Leadville district
and Is estimated to be 'worth nearly a
half million dollars. He Is now serving
his third term as Mayor of Ieadville.
It was In Ashtabula. O., that Mr. Mc
Donald first saw the light. His parents
were Scotch people. They moved to
Pennsylvania when young Jesse was a
boy of 6 -and there he was reared and
educated. March 1, 1879. Mr. McDonald
arrived In Leadville. where he has re--slded
ever since. Among his best, prop
erties -is the Penrose mine, which has
produced over $2,300,000. He was one
of the first to bring the camp of Rob
inson to the front In the early '80s.
In 1890 Mr. McDonald married Miss
Flora Collin in Leadville. They have
no children. t
Mr. McDonald was elected to the State
Senate In 1902 as a. Republican, but was
unseated in favor of Daniel Healy.
Democrat. Last Fall he was nominated
and ejected Lieutenant Governor on the
Republican ticket, but early in the ses
sion Healy was in turn unseated by
the Republicans In favor of Mr. Mc
Donald, who served as State Senator
for a few days prior to taking the gavel
as Lieutenant Governor.
Arizona Legislature Adjourns.
PHOENIX. Ariz.. March 17. The Terri
torial Legislature adjourned today, hav
ing finally reached a conference agree
ment on the appropriation bilL
SYMPATHY WITH KUROPATKIN
London Papers Say He Never Had
LONDON. March 18. The greatest
sympathy Is expressed by the British
press and public- for General Kuropat
kin and there is strong criticism of the
manner or his dismissal without a
word of thanks for past services.
General Kuropatkin is' held to have
been to a large extent a victim
throughout the campaign of the Inter
ference of ex-Viceroy Alexieff and the
Grand Ducal party and never had a
free hand or proper support in men and
measures. Little or nothing Is ex
pected from the appointment of Gen
eral LInlevltch, whose task Is admitted
to be almost superhuman.
All the St. Petersburg correspondents
of London newspapers are pessimistic
The Dally Mall's correspondent
thinks the central fact of the situa
tion is that since the blessing of the
Neva, January 19, the Emperor has
been a prisoner at Tsarskoe-Selo, and
never once has ventured to the capital.
"In the moment of the greatest na
tional emergepcy, needing the greatest
sympathy between the government and
the people, the ruler remains secluded
behind triple bars and bayonets, as re
mote and absolutely aloof from the
people as if he were In another planet."
The Post's and other correspondents
make gloomy predictions that the In
ternal trouble will prevent the con
tinuance of the war. The Telegraph's
"If the command to mobilize Is
obeyed, the "svar will be prosecuted in
definitely, despite the failure to float
foreign loans; but all symptoms point
.unmistakably, to the spirit of resist
ance growing among the people. Men
are unfitting themselves for military
service by chopping off fingers in such
a wholesale manner that Grand Duke
Vladimir has turned his attention to
the matter. In a word. I am positively
convinced that an Insurmountable ob
stacle of the continuation of the war
will be found In the dogged determina
tion of the Russian people to prefer the
risks of open disobedience at home to
certain death In Manchuria or Siberia.
This consummation will mark the sim
ultaneous victory of the Japanese
abroad and Liberalism in Russia."
It Is reported that steamers are char
tering in London for Russian account
for Nlkolaievsk. on the Amur River,
which will be used to run supplies Into
Manchuria, now that Vladivostok Is
closed to the Japanese navy.
Japan Is said 'to be placing enormous
orders in Australia for horses, which
are being shipped as rapidly as steam
ers are available.
The Post's correspondent at Shang
hai reports that a Chinese, decree ap
points Chaoerchin Viceroy of Manchu
ria. After he has conferred with the
Japanese Minister, he will proceed to
Mukden from the East.
COURT-MARTIAL ON STOESSEL
Commission Appointed to Investigate
Port Arthur Surrender.
ST. PETERSBURG, March 17. A com
mission has been appointed under the
presidency of General Roop, a member
of the Council of the Empire, to Inves
tigate the surrender of Port Arthur and
act as a court to determine the responsi
bility of General StoesseL
American Attaches Captured.
WASHINGTON. March 17. Lieuten
ant Newton A. McCully, the represen
tative of the United States Navy with
the Russian forces In Manchuria, was
heard from today for the first time
In three months. For a long time he
was with the besieged forces In Port
Arthur, but before the fall of that
fortress he was permitted to go to
Vladivostok, from which place he sub
sequently proceeded north and joined
Kuropatkin's army near Mukden.
Today a cablegram was received
from him saying that Captain Hudson
and Colonel Harvard probably have
been captured, but that Major Mc
Comb was "all right." The persons
named are American Army officers en
gaged in observing the operations of
the Russian forces. The cable message
Is dated at Aomyna.
ALL NEGLECTED THEIR DUTY
Officers Who Fired on Czar Confess
Their Gross Negligence.
ST. PETERSBURG. March 18 (1:50 A.
M.). The court-martial of the officers
and men of tbe battery that fired the
salute at the blessing of the. waters
of the Neva on January 19, scattering
bullets all around the Imperial party,
was concluded yesterday, and the ver
dict will be announced today.
During the trial the accused men de
clared the guns had not been inspected
since the practice of two days before;
that no count of cartridges had been
made; that the guns were loaded in the
absence of the proper officers, and that
no responsible officer attended t5 the
training of the guns, end all pleaded
guilty to charges of neglect of duty.
No testimony, however, tending- to
show the existence of a plot against
the Emperor was brought out.
Rumor That Railroad is Cut.
ST. PETERSBURG, March 17 (6:45 P.
M.) There is a persistent report that
railroad communications have been cut
behind the Russian army. No official
dispatches have been given out up to this
hour, and no private or press dispatches
have been received. News is awaited with
Bii California Dimiani Sitters is a great restor
ative, iprigorator and nemne. The inert wonderful
aphrodisiac aad special tonic lor the sexual organs
of both sexes. The Mexican remedy for diseases cf
the kidneys and bladder. Sells on its own TnntT.
NABER. ALFS & BRUNE, Agents
323 Market St San Francisco. Send for dtcaltr.
For sale by all drnjjjisti cr liquor dealers.
W W doa't know it is
BLOOD POISON. Send to DR. BBOWN. 935
Arch sC. Philadelphia. Pa-, for BROWS
BLOOD CURB. 500 per bottle; lasts ons
month. Sold in Portland only by PRANK
NATJ. Portland Hotel Pharmacy.
IN TOMORROWS OREGONIAN
HOW THE BIBLE WAS WRITTEN'.
A scholarly summing np of the Old and the New Testaments by
the very Reverend Joseph Armitage Robinson, dean of West
minster and King Edward's chaplain. Dean Robinson is among
those who welcome the higher criticism and he holds open the door
in the name of truth.
JAMES J. HILL AND EDWARD H. HARBJ5EAN.
In his series of articles on "Families and Groups of Imperial
Power," Dexter Marshall gives the personality of the newest of
the great railway kings who fought it out in "Northern
Securities." These men control the rail transportation of the1
Pacific Northwest. ,
0HATJN0EY M. DEPEW ON AMERICAN ORATORY.
The New York Senator's estimate of great speakers in the past
generation and of present-day "spellbinders."
WHERE NOBODY NEEDS TO WORK
A. L. Craig, general passenger agent of the 0. R. & N., tells of
the Island of Tahiti, a lazy man's paradise, incidentally describ
ing the simple native costume for either sex.
LITTLE AMERICANS IN THE MAKING.
An interview with Myra Kelty, one of the brightest of American
magazine writers, who tells from her experience in the schoolroom,
of the ambition and the intellectual industry of alien children,
particularly those of New York's Ghetto.
"UNCLE SAM'S COLOSSAL WORK AT PANAMA.
Frank G. Carpenter, who is now in the Canal Zone, devotes a letter
to one topic, viz.: the Culebra cut. It is eight milesIong and
cannot probably be finished short of ten years.
CALIFORNIA'S BUILDING AT THE FAIR.
Illustrations of the state's earliest architecture, as shown in the
missions, with an interesting articlo on what they typify.
KIPLING A BORN STORY TELLER. ,
A classmate of the noted author at college recounts the lad's
greatest charm. He entertained the boys hours at a time with
most fascinating tales.
EDNA EDWARDS' SIDE TALKS WITH MEN.
First of a. new series of unconventional sermons on the vices,
not the sins, of the sterner sex; wholesome advice." not unmixed
with slang. For the introductory subject Miss Edwards takes
up the amateur gambler and reviewsthe player's chances.
INITIATING "VICTOR HUGO'S GOOD BISHOP.
A special correspondent tells of the work of Maude Ballington
Booth, who has established "Hope Halls" for hardened habitual
RECOLLECTIONS OF JOHN L. SULLIVAN.
The distinguished Bostonian tells of his meeting with King
Edward (then Prince of Wales) and a missed opportunity.
TALES FROM DICKENS.
"A Tale of Two Cities," is Hallie Erminie Rives' subject for
tomorrow. In none of the previous contributions has Miss
Rives shown her skill in compressing a novel so well as in this
FROM OLD LTM JUCKLIN.
Homely remarks by Opie Read's philosopher on the art of lying
and on the skill of politicians in maintaining popularity.
RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES.
"The Mystery of Black Peter" is Sir A. Conan Doyle's story.
It has the same fascination that marks all his unique work.
RACING SYSTEMS AND CONSEQUENT POVERTY.
Clarence L. Cullen, author of the New York Sun's poker stories,
in the slangiest of slang, gives the actual results that follow men
who "play the races." Nothing that he says will enc
or boys to follow this vicious form of gambling.
court circles that the Czar is on the
verge of a nervous breakdown and that
physicians are in attendance on him day
and night. The internal troubles of the
nation and the complete defeat of the
Russian troops in Manchuria have had a
very depressing effect upon His Majesty,
and he is said to be unable to sleep or eat.
But for the strong support he Is re
ceiving at the hands of the Empress and
the leaders of the grand ducal party, it is
felt that he would soon be in such con
dition that he would be unable to con
tinue as ruler of the nation.
He is said to feel that, if he had gone
to the front himself, as he desired a year
ago, conditions would have been vastly
different, and he is declared to bitterly
blame those who persuaded him not to go.
CODY FURNISHES EVIDENCE.
Caught in Act of Selling Liquor After
Evidently thinking his establishment
was about to be raided because of the i
rapid approach of a patrol wagon from (
police headquarters at 2 o'clock this
morning. TV. R. Cody, of the Glrard
Cafe. Sixth and Stark streets, emptied .
a group of people from the place. It
happened that Sergeant Slover was i
standing at the rear door and witnessed
the exit. Captain Bailey, commanding ,
the second relief, was also near and !
witnessed it. Therefore, a warrant will
be issued today for Cody's arrest for
violation of the 1 o'clock closing ordinance.
CAKD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Weston wish to
extend to their kind friends and neigh
bors their most heartfelt and sincere
thanks for their assistance and sympathy
in their great and sad bereavement; es
pecially the little Sunday school class and
teachers and children of Thompson
School: also to friends who so kindly
brought such lovely flowers, sweet em
blems of that home where their loved one
has gone to dwelt
ttho .Denver & 2Uo Oran4 scenery U
even aaore neauuzui m winter tna..uak.
saer. Travel East vus. that uh ui a
.s. fray, is sit 14M UQ,
elded the Gubernatorial contest In his
favor. Governor Peabody has resigned the
office Into which he was Inaugurated late
yesterday afternoon. His resignation, of
which W. " S. Boynton, of Colorado
Springs, has been custodian since Wednes
day, when it was written, was filed in
the office of the Secretary of State at 4:20
P. M. today. James CowJe, Secretary of
State, Immediately certified the resigna
tion, and Lieutenant-Governor McDonald
was then sworn in as Governor by Chief
Justice GabberL There was "no further
Governor Adams was ousted and Pea
body Installed byi the General Assembly
at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, and Mc
Donald was sworn In before 5 P.HM. to
day. Thus In the space of less than 24
hours Colorado has had three Governors.
Peabody transacted practically no busi
ness of state while in the office of Gov
ernor. He received many callers, who
urged him not to resign, and also many
messages of the same import by telegraph
and telephone. To all these he replied
that he did not care to hold the chair. He
said that he was tired of the worry and
excitement of his contest and wished to
go back to his bank in Canyon City.
Half a dozen members of the National
Guard patrolled the corridors about the
executive chamber during the day as a
guard for Peabody.
McDonald reluctantly takes the chair
which Peabody resigned after forcing
Adams out. The Lieutenant-Governor has
taken no part In the bitter fight over the
Governorship which has been waged ever
since the election on November S. He ab
solutely refused to aid his friends In the
Legislature In their efforts to have him
made Governor, and as presiding officer
in the Joint Assembly he made several
rulings against the movement in his be
half. Senator Arthur JC. Cornforth. president
pro tern, of the Senate, becomes, acting
Lieutenant-Governor by the elevation of
the Lieutenant-Governor to the office of
In his letter of resignation, addressed
to Secretary of State Cc-wie, Governor
Peabody .stated that he contested the
Gubernatorial chair, "believing then,
and fully convinced now," that he re
ceived a plurality of the lawful votes
cart for the office. It was a matter of
duty to the people of Colorado and the
Republican party that the contest
should be prosecuted. He ' considered
tfce decision of the Legislature sea tint
Twenty Years of Success
In the treatment of chronic diseases, such as liver,
kidney and stomach disorders, constipation, diar
rhoea, dropsical swellings. Bright's disease, etc.
Kidney and Urinary
Complaints, painful, difficult, to frequent, milky or
bloody urine, unnatural discharges speedily cured.
Diseases of the Rectum
Such as Diles. fistula, fissure, ulceration, mucous and
bloody discharges, sured without the knife, pain or
Diseases of Men
i Blood poison, gleet, stricture, unnatural losses, Im-
tnornutrhw cured v failure .Cure guaranteed.
YOUMJ MXui troubled with mgut emissions, dreams, exhausting drains,
bashfulness, aversion to society, which aeprlve you of your manaood, UXFITS
VOTJ POIt BUSINESS OR MARRUGE. ... v.
MIDDLE-AGED MESi who from excesses and strains have lost their
BLOOD a'U SKIN DISEASES, Syphilis. Gonorrhoea, painful, bloody urine.
Gleet. Stricture. Enlarged Prostate Sexual Debility. Varicocele. Hydrocele. Kid
ney and Liver troubles 'cured without MERCURY OR. OTHER POISONOUS
DRUGS. Catarrh and rheumatism CURED.
Dr Walker's methods are regular and scientific. He uses no patent nos
trums or ready-made preparations, but cures the disease by thorough medical
treatment. His New Pamphlet on Private Diseases sent free to all men who de
scribe their trouble. PATIENTS cured at home. Terms reasonable. All letters
answered In plain envelope. Consultation free and sacredly confidential. Call
on or address
DR. WALKER, 181 First Street, Corner Yamhill, Portland, Or
Cures Unnecessary Pains
No. 1655 Eliot St, Itenrra, Colo., Jtaae 20, 1904.
I bad been suffering from female tronblee for the past nine years, and if it had sot been for Wine of Carehri
I TrcRild be suffering jet. My Iras band bad to brask ap his business East to come with me to Colorado, aj a
ciaixe of climate was recommended to me bj friends. Coming to DenTer I felt some change in my
appetite, twbssy reneral health was as bad as aver. I did not care to bother my husband to go back East
as it would, have orokea op oar home and business, so I had my family physician attend me, but all bis
skill came to naught. I asked hina whether there was some known cure for my trouble and he told me
there was a patent medicine but ho would not recommend it I noticed that bis object was to keep me for
his patient bo I went to the drug store and asked for a patent medicine and I was told that Wine of Cardai
was tried by some people with success. He would not guarantee whether it would .fit my ca38. I have tried
it and I can say that Wine of Cardai with plenty of fresh air
will do more than, all the doctors combined. I recoHanead X t . j '
Wine of Cardci to all female sufferers where bo surgical C&rrLftb A- LJAn,Ct
operation is Btceasary.
Erery woman should ksow that there is relief from pain in every bottle of Wlue of Cardtri.
That expensive treatment bj specialists or change of air by traveling thousands of miles
from home is not only unnecessary bat unavailing-, is proven beyond doabt by Mrs. Davidson's
experience with "Wine of Cardai .
Yon can. mko the same teat of "Wine of Caxdui's merits that she made. You can be cored the same as she iras cored.
"Wiae of Cardui relieves -woman's tumecesesxy pain. It regulates disordered periods. It invigorates the womanly orgaas,
driving out bearing down, pains, ovarian pains, nerrooBBess and all female weakaefises. '
Ask jomc drsggist for Wise of Cardai. Thedford's Black - Draught to regalate the bowels, kidneys and liver contribute
greatly to the care. v