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3?HE MORNING OT&kONIlN,- 'TGE&tfAY, MAT 23', ISOS
1 Mi ISSUE
Only Question President Will
Submit to Extra Session
CANNON IS URGING DELAY
Speaker 'Anxious to .Win Fall Elec
tIbns"Flrsti Artion- on Tariff Is
Held Off to Avoid JugRlery
' by Railroad Forces.
WASHI.VGTOX. May 22. Prei-Ident
BooeeveJt today reiterated his Inten
tion to call Congress In extra, session
October 16 next to consider railroad
rate regulation legislation.
WASHINGTON. May 2 (Special.)
Congress, when called in special session
this Fall, -will be asked to deal with the
railroad rate question and not -svith the
tariff. While the President realizes thor
oughly the importance of both topics, he
sees in the rate question the paramount
issue, and for fear of jugglery will give
to Congress only one question at a time
to deal with. When In the far West, he
lound the whole Mississippi Valley up In
arms on the rate question. He has, there
fore, for the time being, dismissed the
tAriff question from his mind as part of
the business -of the special session.
There Is a prospect of delay in the time
for calling the special session. The date
was originally set by the President as
October 1G. but Speaker Cannon and oth
ers are urging a postponement until after
the November elections. In order that the
Republicans may put in their best licks
In Ohio, Massachusetts, Virginia and New
York -City. The President has not yet
changed his mind on the date, but will
consider the question carefully. Mr.
Cartoon has suggested November 13 as a
gf oddate for the special session, but this
would postpone, the session nearly a
month and would leave only three weeks
before the beginning of the regular ses
sion. In that time not much progress
could be made on. the railroad-rate ques
tion. The opponents ot rate legislation are
eager for delay and It is not "improbable
that further pressure may be brought to
bear on the President.
Another question which may come up
at the special session Is the relations of
the United States and Venezuela. The
Administration has shown an inclination
to punish Venezuela for breaking a con
tract, but .the decision of the Court of
Cassation practically conl1song the
property of the New York & Bermudez
Asphalt Company will hardly be made a
casus; belli unless Congress so decides.
President Castro will be given every op
portunity to decide upon arbitration, as
the best solution of the trouble. If he
persists In ignoring It, Congress will be
informed of the situation and given the
HOPES TO REDUCE DEFICIT
Shaw Says Revenue Will Increase
ST. LOUIS. May 22.-Secrctary of the
Treasury Shaw arrived today on his way
to Oklahoma City, where he is to address
the Y. M. C A. tomorrow. Asked about
the ?33,CX,O0O deficit in the United States
Treasury, Secretary Shaw said:
"We are not worried about that deficit.
Just as has always been the case, the
deficit will be reduced in June, when busi
ness picks up. It Is hard to determine
Just what causes are responsible for thol
deficiency. Our imports of dutiable goods
have been less and on non-dutiable goods
have been greater; that we know."
ESCAPES BEING LEFT FA COLD
Secretary or Canal Commission Ap
pointed Consul to Bordeaux.
WASHINGTON. Mav 22. Dominie T
Murphy, of the District of Columbia, has
been appointed Consul to Bordeaux,
France to succeed A. W. Tourgee, de
ceased. Mr. Murphy, who "has held the secretary
ship of the Isthmiap Canal Commission,
was about to sail for Panama tomorrow.
Secretary Taft stated that the vacancy
in the latter position will not be filled,
the reorganization of the commisslbn and
its executive forces having made the office
NOT YET TIME FOR PEACE
Japanese Statesmen Expect No Inter
vention, and Discuss Terms.
TOKIO, Thursday, April 27. Count Oku
ma, former Premier and Minister of For
eign Affairs, in an interview on the ques
tion of intervention,- eaid that a reat
change in the lines of diplomacy of differ
ent powers being the natural outcome of
the present war, it was difficult to make
a prophecy. Increasing closer relations
between England and France was, already
one of the very significant phenomena re
sulting from the war. The Count declared
that Germany could have no other feeling
than one ot satisfaction at finding her
northern rival becoming gradually weak
ened by the war, and would recognize
the foollshncsw ot antagonizing Japan if
Germany would maintain and develop her
Interests In the Far East.
ORuma saw no occasion for intervention
unless a European conference could be
formed, and he could not understand who
"would take the initiative, so long as Ger
many did not suffer by the war. Ger
many, he asserted, was reaping benefit
of various klaete. and would follow the
policy of "set the best and as much as
Count Kato, former Minister of Foreign
Affairs and former Minister to Great
Britain, discussing- the eame question,
"I do sot think there will arise any occa
sion for Intervention. I doubt if Rurala
has a fixed purpose and aim either to fight
sr to conclude peace. It seems to me that
the ultimate result Is. left to whatever the
future may bring to Russia. There seems
to be no prearranged plan. Should Rus
sia be determine to hold Vladlvestok. it
would be to her advantage to conclude
peace, asd. her policy Ss evoId of any
itmute plan, so there caa ee so occasion
for a .third .power toatteaitr'iaterrihUoa
In the near future.
"Even the loss of Vladivostok might
not prompt Russia to seek peace. -She
could go on retreating Indefinitely,
hoping - to exhaust us thereby. We
might take Harbin and go further
rjorth, but Russia could continue her
policy .of retreat, thereby giving 'BO-.oc-casion
for a. third party to intervene.
Should Russia ask., tor peace we shall
insist on an unconditional armistice,
and wheu the negotiations arc opened
we shall requiro Russia to return Man
,cnuria to China, recognize our sover
eignity over Corea, cede Sakhalin to
us, remove permanently the fortifica
tions of Vladivostok ana pay an In
demnity ot at least two bjllion yen
(one billion dollars).
"Such "liberal terms will afford no oc
casion for intervention-w The scene of
hostilities In Manchuria being without
any special Interest to the powers, none
of them would be prompted to take-action
to stop the war. On the contrary,
the war is affording a lucrative trade to
some of them in supplying materials
for war. Looked at from a diplomatic
standpoint. Germany, seeing her East
ern danger lessened by the war and
Russia gradually weakened, will enter
tain hope of further reduction in toe
strength of her formidable neighbor.
England will feel satisfaction over the
blows dealt by her ally to her traditional
, The United States, mtfen as she
sympathizes with us. will not welcome
an excessive development of Japan's
power, le?t it should cause future
trouble, and would not view with dis
favor the gradual weakening of both
combatants. France alone must be
sincerely desirous ot seeing the war
terminate, but single-handed she can
do nothing' to cause any change. Both
the present and the future to my mind
and view afford -no sign of the possi
bility of intervention, and I am pre
pared to say that the time has not yet
come to talk of peace. In -fact, there
never will be an occasion for Interven
tion and the war will last long."
STORM DEVASTATES TEXAS
SEVERAL LIVES LOST AND 3LYXY
Wind, Rain and Lightning Combine
to Strike Terror in Many
DALLAS. Tex., May 22. Several lives
were lost and serious damage was done
to crops In many sections of Texas last
night by the terrific wind and rainstorm.
Streams arc out of their banks and
"bridges have been washed away.
In the northwest part of Haskell Coun
ty 14 houses were destroyed, the two chil
dren of Will Townds wore killed and Mrs.
Townds was found unconscious and will
die. Mr. Townds escaped with slight
At Malone the Christian and Baptist
churches and several other buildings were
At Temple. Bertha Hunter, a colored
girl, was killed by lightning. - S
At Waco several houses were unroofed.
FEAST ON CZAR'S BIRTHDAY
Vast Crowds March All Night to
Worship Miraculous Ikon.
ST. PETERSBURG. May 22. Emperor
Nicholas birthday was celebrated as a
general holiday and with the usual ob
servances. There was a big -pilgrimage to
day to Kolplno, about 20 miles from St.
Petersburg, for the worship of the spe
cial miracle-working ikon of St. Nicholas.
Some of the v pilgrims started yesterday
and marched all night long. Several reli
gious processions bearing church banners
also went out from St. Petersburg and
An Immense number of people assem
bled at 11 o'clock this morning in and
about the cathedral of Kolplno, In which
the ikon reposes, to take part In the serv
ices. The town, which is an industrial
center, was filled with workmen. As the j
services were followed by rcstivltles. a
strong force of Cossacks was dispatched
to Kolplno, in order to prevent any col
lisions. Polish Zcmstvo Is Postponed.
WARSAW. May 22. Governor-General
Maximovitch tonight issued a letter post
poning indefinitely the meeting of repre
sentative landowners specially invited by
him to consider the question of introduc
tion of local self-government In Poland,
on lines similar to the Russian Skmstvos.
Tho letter gives no explanation of the
action and lias created an unfavorable im
pression. CONVICT BECOMES MARTYRl
Imprisoned Doctor Takes Consump
tion While Ministering to Others.
WASHINGTON, May 22. "President
Roosevelt has commuted to expire im
mediately the sentence of Dr. John Tubbs,
of Tlmboo, Ark., who has been serving a
five-year!' sentence at the Leavenworth
Federal Prison since January' 1; 1W3. on a
charge of counterfeiting.
Recently during an epidemic of pneu
monia at the prison Dr. Tubbs proved
himself very useful in the prison hos
pital, where he was assigned to duty.
Among the patients were several who
had consumption, and Dr. Tubbs con
tracted the disease, with the result that
hi life is now despaired oL
Suit About Street-Car Bonds.
NEW YORK, May 22. Suit was be
gun here today In the Supreme Court
by Zimmerman & Forhay to recover
50.081 with interest from June. 1302.
from Zimmerman, Dohjgrin & Co., In
connection with the sale of first mort
sage bonds of the United Railroads of
San Francisco. The plaintiffs claim that
In March. 1302, the defendants agreed
to sell first mortgage bonds of the
United Railroads of San Francisco at
prices varying from JSS.50 to $90.53
each. They say that the defendants re
pudiated their contract when the deliv
ery was demanded. The, defendants
dny the allegation. They admit the
contracts, but- contend .that the con
tracts terminated in accordance with
the rules of the Sock Exchange.
To Teach Younjr Teddy Animal Lore.
SANTA BARBARA. CaL. May 22. Stew
art Edward White, the author, will leave
his Santa Barbara home this week with
Mrs. White for their Summer lodge at
North Fork, Madera County, in the Sierra
Nevada mountains, where he will enter
tain this Summer Theodore RoosevelL Jr..
son of the President who "will arrive
about July 1 and remain several weeks.
No More Yellow Fever on Isthmus.
WASHINGTON, May 22. Acting Gov
ernor Gorgas. of the Canal Zone at Pan
ama cabled today:
"Outbreak yellow fever about over;
last case sickened 12th. All convales
cent, incIudfng'Smlth. Not a case on the
isthmus today; including- Panama, Colon
CONNECT ON SNAKE
St. Paul Extension Will Use
Oregon Short Line.
ALL LINES ARE FRIENDLY
Xew Road Will Open Xew Territory
Without-Jnvadins That of Either
Hill ot" JIarriman Termi
nus at Bcllingham.
NEW YORK,. May 22'. (Special.)
The Wall Street Journal tomorrow will
The plan of the St. Paul management
to reach the Pacific Ocean is fairly
definite. The plan contemplates an ex
tension of the main line of the St, Paul
across Wyoming- to a connection In the
Snake River Valley with the main line
under control of the Oregon Short
Line. The objective point i.s Belling
ham Ray. Wash.
The plan uoes not appear to contem
plate nny great amount of new build
ing. The St. Paul will probably push
Us own lines west from Chamberlain
via the Black Hills to a connection with
the Oregon line In the -southeastern
corner of Idaho. It is understood that
right of -way will be granted on re
quest, either by the Union Pacific lines
or by the Great Northern and North
ern Pacific lines in Washington.
The pran carries no threat to either
toe Union Pacific or the Hill systems.
The new line of the St. Paul will open
entirely new territory and will not be
an invasion of either Hill or Harrlman
country- Undoubtedly the building of
the Great Northern was the cause of the
great boom in the Northwest, which
has created the new Northern Pacific
If the St. Paul opens new territory In
the West. It will undoubtedly have a
similar effect. As the Northwest grows,
so will not only the newline but also
the Great Northern and "the Northern
The SL Paul wants to carry a share
of the fish and fruit, eggs and poultry
and vegetables of the Columbia and
Puget Sound country to Chicago; it
wants a share of the immense shingle
and lumber business: It wants a share
of the Pacific trade, and therefore It Is
going to Puget Sound. But there is
room enough for the SL Paul and for
any other railroad seeking to share in
the good fortune of the wonderful
State yf Washington.
IS ROJESTVENSKY DEAD?
(Continued From Page 1.)
the merest conjecture, and If the experts
are right, and they all seem to agree on
the subject, the first definite news that
can be expected will come in the shape of
an official dispatch from Tokio telling ot
a battle, or from SL Petersburg tolling,
of the safe arrival of the Russian fleet at
its Pacific base.
QUESTION AS TO CONTRABAND
Russia Holds Lumber Conditionally,
Cotton Absolutely So. '
ST. PETERSBURG. May 22. Probably a
fortnight will elapse before the written
argument on which the Superior Ad
miralty Court based Its conclusions on the
application of the captured British steam
er Calchas, overruling Admiral Jessen's
protest against the decision of the Vladi
vostok court, ordering her release, will be
available, and In order to avoid a misun
derstanding the purport of the decision
should be stated. It Is plain that the pro
curator's speech that the Government con
ceded that timber Is on the list of condi
tional contraband, arguing in this particu
lar case that the length of the beams
showed they were intended for railroad
bridge construction. 'To "this extent,
therefore, the list of conditional contra
band articles has been broadened.
Just the' contrary is the case in the mat
ter of cotton, the procurator insisting
against the contention of the authorities
at Berlin and of Mr. Shcftel. acting as
counsel for the Americanand British own
ers of the steamer's cargo, that cotton
belonged to the list of absolute contra
band, as it is usable in making guncotton.
The impression In diplomatic circles is
that. If the court's written decision bears
out the -arguments of the procurator, the
United States and Great Britain will re
new their representation on the subject of
The contraband question has again be
come important in view of the appear
ance of Admiral Rojestvensky's fleet In
the Far Eastern seas.
SEVERAL HOT SKIRMISHES.
Fightlnp Resumed Between Small
Forces at Front. ' '
TOKIO. May 22 (I P. M.)-Impcrial
Army Headquarters made the following
"In the direction of Changtu, on May 20,
a force ot the enemy, consisting of over a
battalion of Infantry, a regiment of cav
alry and two guns, made a detour to the
eastern height at Santaokou. eight miles
east of Changtu. and from the vicinity .of
a coal mine 10 miles cast of Changtu, at
11:30 o'clock In the morning, commenced
"Subsequently another Russian force
with four guns appeared on the northern
height of Chlnyangpae, and at 4 P. M.
two battalions oT the enemy advanced
from the eastern side of the village, but
"Another mixed force of the enemy en
tered Erhscbihllpao, where they set fire
to the village and retreated.
"A body of the enemy's cavalry, dis
mounted, attacked Tangshaed on the right
bank of the Liao River, 13 miles south
west of Fakumen, on the morning of May
20. After an engagement lasting two
honrs, the enemy retreated in disorder to
ward the southwest, abandoning 300 men,
killed and wounded.
"Except these collisions between small
forces, the situation is unchanged."
HOSPITAL SHIP HELD AS PRIZE
Last of Russian Wounded Will Leave
CHEFOO, May 22. Travelers who ar
rived, here today from Port. Arthur say
that a Japanese armed force of 1 men
boarded the Russian steamer Kazan on
Saturday, In Port Arthur, on receipt of
a dispatch Trom Tokio announcing that
the Japanese government had decided to
retain her as a prize, on the ground that
she was a war vessel. The Russians used
the Kazan as a hospital-ship during the
The last ot the Russian wounded at
Port Arthur will leave there tomorrow.
Barashoff Langa. the superintendent of
the Russian Red Cross, at Port Arthur,
will depart from there 10 days hence.
The next party of Russians to leave
Port Arthur for Chefoo will include -50 In
sane sailors and solders, who will be
taken or board the British steamer
Whzapei Uaw here. The Wkspo- tee
been fitted up especially t transport the 1
lunatics from Chcfoe to Odessa. She will
set take any other p&sseasers.
RUSSIANS OX THE AGGRESSIVE
Occupy Two Valleys and Drive Back
ST. . PETERSBURG, May 22. General
Llnlevitch. in a dispatch from the front
dated May 21. announced that two Rus
sian detachments had occupied the valleys
of the Kaak and Khanda rivers, west
ward of NanshentsI, 6n the Mandarin
road, after dislodging forces of Japanese
cayalry and infantry.
The dispatch adds that General Marty
noff's detachment from. Tadlu also drove
back the Japanese -advanced cavalry out
posts. General Linievitch also reported
fighting near Shahotzc. May 18, but did
not give the result He said a Russian
detachment cast of the railroad which
approached the village of Shahotze was
attacked by a considerable force of Jap
anese from the coal mines south of that
Found No Russian Ships,
SAIGON, May 22. Admiral do Jon
quiercs, the French Commander, returned
hero today after an inspection of the An
nam coast He reports that no bellig
erent ships have return to French terri
torial waters since May It
Russian Ships Near Hainan.
HONG KONG, May 22. The latest
steamer to arrive here reports sighting a
Russian volunteer fleet steamer, accom
panied by a large transport, in the Hainan
Straits, on the morning of May 20. They
were steaming west.
Capture Junkload of Russians.
TOKIO, May 22 (S P. M.) It is reported
that a junk filled with Russian officers
has been captured. It is presumed that
they were making a reconnaissance from
GREAT Ml IAS CAVED IN
UNITED VERDE IN ARIZONA RE
DUCED TO RULNS.
Senator Clark Loses One of Main
Sources of His Vast Wealth,
and Jerome Is Doomed.
PRESCOTT, Ariz., May 22. Millions of
tons of rockjind earth caved In at noon
today in Senator Clark United Verde
copper mine, at Jerome, Ariz., the ground
dropping from the surface to the 700-foot
level. Cracking timbers gave the alarm,
and SCO miners fled for their lives ar.d
For several days the ground has been
settling and timbers creaking. Today with
a mighty crash the earth caved, carrying
with it the new shaft, levels, drifts and
slopes. From fissures on the surface come
clouds of sulphur smoke from that part
of the mine which has been on fire for
The extent of the damage cannot as yet
be ascertained, but If it is as bad as
feared the great property will be closed
am the existence of Jerome will be
doomed. The hoisting works, which are
over the mine, have settled, and the ma
chinery cannot be worked. The smelting
plant has also been shut and all activity
The officials of the company take an
optimistic view of the situation, and say
the cjamage is not Irreparable, and the
smelter will be working again within a
Will Report on Equitable May 31.
NEW YORK. May 22. Rapid progress
Is being made by the Frick Investigating
committee of the Equitable Life Assur
ance Society, and its report probably will
be completed Jy the end of this week
ready for submission to the directors May
3L A call will be sent out today for a
meeting of the directors on that date.
Numerous conferences have been held
by adherents of both factions In the so
ciety, but no opinion was- ventured as to
the probable effect of the Frick renorL
LILIES OF HEALTH 1ND BEAUTY.
In a recent interview with Mrs. Lily
Lansrtry, she very wisely said :
"The fact that I beKeve in the superior
force of mind over matter does not blind
ne to the truth that the foundation of every
succesafal life is good health; that the key
stone to physical beauty is perfect physical
"A sick woman cannot be a beautiful
woman, nor can she be anything bat what
we English call a poor-spirited woman.
"To a great extent a woman's beauty is
measured by her vitality by her health.
nWork, Sunshine, Exercise, Water and
Soap. Plain, Nourishing- Food, Lots of
Fresh Air, and a Happy, Contented Spirit
there, as you say, honest and true.' is
my working rule for youth, youthful spirits
and youthful looks."
One great secret of youth and beauty for
the younj woman or the mother is the
proper understanding of her womanly sys
tem and well-bcinj. Every woman, young
or old, should know kerstlfzni. her phvs
icsl make-up. A good way to arrive at this
knowledge is to get a good doctor book,
such for instance as "The People's Common
Sense Medical Adviser," by R. V. Pierce,
-. p., which can readily be procured by
sending twenty -one cents in one -cent
stamps for paper-bound volume, or thirty
one cents for cloth-bound copy, and ad
dressing Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
"Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription caa always
be relied upoa to cure when eTerrihiag else
ftils," writes Mrs. Dr. Niches, of 43" Langley
Ares-e, Chicago, His. "It is a cerUin cure for
female trembles, diseases in their worst forms.
I suffered for years with uJceratloa, intense
pains and a dreadful backache, which unfitted
e for say work. Finally I grew to 111 had to
keep to y bed. In this extremity I used Fa
vorite Prescription ' for three months and then
I was welL Osly those who hare passed
Usros.a such a siege of sickness cs I have will
cadentaad how much I value Dr. Pierce's Fa
Dr. Pierce offers $ 500 reward for any case
of Leacorrhea, Female Weakness, Prolap
sus, or Falling of Womb which he cannot
care. All he asks is a fair and reasonable
trial of his means of cure. No substitute
for "Favorite Prescription" offers so much.
THE HORRORS OF WHISKEY
Liqasr Hahlt s Disease. Readily Curable
by Orriae. aa Infallible Specific.
It Is now universally conceded that
drunkenness is a disease, and the drunk
ard should be treated for this disease with
the one specific for Its cure. Orrine. This
remarkable remedy removes the craving
for liquor: restores the stomach to a nor
mal condition: creates a natural appetite,
and makes the user a man again, free
from all desire for strong drink.
Orrine Is In two forms No. 1 to be
sclven without the patient's knowledge:
No. 2. for those who wish to be cured.
The medical profession Indorses Orrine.
It can be used at home, and cures the
terrible habit without publicity or deten
tion from business. Price is only 51 a box.
We- recommend, and guarantee Orrine.
Woodard, Clarke & Co., Portland Or.
CRAZY NEGRO ST BAY
He Shoots Down All Who Come
Within His Range.
ONE DEAD, SEVEN WOUNDED
After Terrorizing Town lie Stands
Siege In House Until Burned
Out, When He Jumps'Into -Crowd
and S Killed.
OWBNSBORO, Ky... May 22. Bob
Shaw, a negro, supposedly insane, has
killed one man and wounded seven In
the past 24 hours, near Waitman. The
body of the dead man lies in front of
Shaw's house, and the negro continues
to .defy the officers who are seeking to
arrest him. The dead:
WILLIAM C. BROWX. a Deputy Sheriff.
The wounded: Deputy Marshal John
J. Jackson. Dr. C. H. PHtt, Town Mar
shal Watson. James Ford, John Robin
son. Frank Howard, Walton Polly.
Yesterday afternoon Shaw was ter
rorizing the community -around Wait
man and a petition was sent here for
help. A posse was immcdately formed,
but as soon as It approached the mad
man's house ho opened fire. Marshal
Watson was shot in the face and Depu
ty Marshal Jackson In the back- Others
wounded were Dr. G. II. PHtt, on the
hand; a boy named Howard and a boy
named Pelly. in the legs.
This morning- a posse, headed by
Sheriff Kelly, went from Lewlston to
Waitman and found Shaw sitting on
his front porch. Shaw quickly barri
caded himself in his house. The posse
tried to storm the house, but the negro
opened fire, wounding- James Ford and
John Robinson. He apparently only
shot small shot, which saved the lives
of those he aimed at Shaw was shot
at twice. He had two revolvers, but
announced that he would save them
for work at close range.
A great crowd gathered around the
house, keeping a safe distance away.
This afternoon Will Brown, a Deputy
Sheriff of Hancock County, volunteered
to go to the house and take Shaw.
When he was within 13 feet of Shaw
the crazy man fired, blowing Brown's
head completely off.
At 6 o'clock tonight a mob of men and
boys surrounded Shaw's house and set it
on fire. Shaw remained in the burning
house as long as he could stand the heat,
and finally leaped out and tried to escape.
Nearly ICO shots were fired, and Shaw's
body was riddled with bullets.
Fublle Will Not Be Charged.
PORTLAND. May 22. (To the Edltor.l
In the report of the proceedlnge of the state
committee contained in Monday's Oregonlan.
the committee was quoted as objecting to
the Inttallatlon of lavatories for the use1 of
which a charge is to be made. In reply. I
desire to state that the corporation Is not
contemplating-, and has never thought of
charging a feo for their public utilities.
There will be absolutely no charge made. A
similar regulation has been made in regard
to Bull Run water. There will be an
abundance at ail hours of the day and
night, and it will be' absolutely free.
In this connection I wish to state em
phatically that no subject has received such
careful consideration from the corporation
as the problem of public convenient ar
rangement, it has been our constant aim
to so arrange- our plans that the con
venience of the people visiting the Exposi
tion will be cared for at all times. X am
Boat successful and
reliable special Is ts
la diseases of men.
as medical diplomas,
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per records show.
trlcture. Varicocele, Nervous Debility, Blood
Poison, Rectal, Kidney and Urinary Diseases
And all disease suad ucakncssti dne to Inheritance, evil habits, excesses
or the result of specific diseases.
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Apenta is taken best before Breakfast. After the first day
the quantity taken may be gradually reduced at intervals of
a day or two.
For Analyses, and Reports by Professor Liebreich, Ber
lin Professor Bogoslowsky, Moscow Professor Althaus;
London Professor Lancereaux, Paris Dr. Lapponi, Physi
cian to His Holiness, the Iope and by Home Authorities,
Address United Agency Co., 503 Fifth Avenue, New York.
pleated to say for the division of works that
these arangements are perfect, and they will
be. available to the public free of charge.
OSKAR E. RUBER. Director ot Works.
WILL PACIFY EAST SAMAR
Scouts Arc Recalled and Carter
Takes Command of Troops.
MANILA. May 22. In response to the
request of Governor-General Wright,
Major-General Corbln has detailed Brigadier-General
William H. Carter, com
mander of the Department of the VIsayas, i
to assume the pacification of the east
coast ot Samar. All the Federal troops
that are required have been furnished.
The native scouts who have been on
civil duty on the Island of Samar have
returned. General Carter sailed this
morninp to take the field In person.
LIFE THROUGH CHEMISTRY!
Professor Locb's Experiments With
Sea-Urchln Prove Success.
BERKELEY. Cal.. May 22.-Professor
Jacques Loeb. the biologist of the i'-
vcrrfty of California, has, it Is claimed,
succeeded in developing by artinc.at
chemical means the eggs of the sea urchin
so that the larvae produced In the labora
tory cannot be distinguished from the liv
ing forms produced during the process of
fertilization. The order of events in the .
procesi of fertilization is in both cases i
the sf.me. Dr. Loeb's new method is in
every respect a complete imitation ot
THE DAY'S DEATH RECORD
D. J. McLaughlin, Newspaper 3Inn.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 22. Daniel J.
McLaughlin, a well-known newspaper
man. is dead. He was SS years of age and
a native of the Black Hills, South Da
kota. His mother resides in Keokuk, la.
Thomas Mackie, Canadian 31. p.
OTTAWA. OnL, May 22. A telegram
from Pembroke says that Thomas Mackie,
a former member of Parliament, died sud-
denly there last night. He was one of ,
the leading lumbermen of Ottawa Valley.
Above nil other things, -we strive to save the thou
sands of young and palddle-aged men who are plung
ing toward the grave, tortured by the voes of nervous
debility. We have evolved a special treatment for
Nervous Debility and special weakness that is unl-
formly successful In cases where success was before
and by other doctors deemed Impossible. It does not
stimulate temporarily, but restores permanently. It
allays irritations of the delicate tissues surrounding
the lax and unduly expanded glands, contracting them
to their normal condition, which prevents lost vitality.
It tones up anil strengthens the blood vessels that
carry nourishment. The patient realizes a great blight I
has been lifted from his life j
We want all MEN WHO ARE SUFFERING from any
disease or special weakness to feel that they can come
to our office freely for examination and explanation
of their condition FREE OF CHARGE, without being
bound by any obligation whatever to take treatment
unless they so desire. Wo cure
We treat successfully ail private ner
vous and chronic diseases ot men. also
blood, stomach, heart, liver, kidney and
throat troubles. We cure SYPHILIS
(without mercury) to stay cured forever,
in 30 to CO days. We remove STRIC
TURE, without operation or pain, la' 15
We stop drains, the result of self-abuse.
Immediately. We can restore the sexual
vigor of any man under 60 by means of
local treatment peculiar to ourselves.
We Cure Gonorrhoea
In a Week
The doctors ot this institute are all
regular graduates, have had many years
experience, have been known In Portland
for 15 years, have a reputation to main
tain and will undertake no case unless
certaln cure can be effected.
46 EUes, 18c to 58c Zach.
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A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
8. T. FELIX (iOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
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aaa ertxj oiesuta
on beauty, sad da
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his stood tns test
of ST yean, aad
Is so harmless tre
Is property stale.
Accept bo counter
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name. Dr. I A.
fixjrs said to s
lady of the fcsotr
ton (a patient):
"As you ladles
trill ess thera,
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The Great Chinese Doctor
la called great becaus
his wonderful cures
ra so well known
throughout the United
States and becaus so
many peopls aro
thankful to him for
savin, their lives from
He 'treats any and all
diseases with powerful
Chinese herbs, roots,
buds, baric and vege
tables that are entire
ly unknown to medical
Bmi tnroUKQ tne use oi i.""" -
Tf tsmous doctor knows the aclioa
Sln ISeren? Z&JtL
troubles. AenmatUO, trouble? and all
.UT7i J?. Hundreds or testimonials,
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Patients out of the city write tor blank as.
circular. Inclos. stamp. Addws
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253 Alder Street
Mention this paper. Portland, Or.
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la thr worst disease oa
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Ifallln. hair, boat
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