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First vice-president. Major Evelyn Ptlcher.
editor Journal of Association of Military Sur
geons. Carlisle. Pa.
Second vice-president. Dr. Frank P. Foster,
editor New York Medical Journal. New York.
Secretary-treasurer. Dr. J. McDonald, Jr.,
managing editor American' Journal of Sur
gery. New York.
ABSOLUTELY HEEDLESS AGONY
CiismI by Uteriia DIstrtfersaMl Cwni ky
Lydia E. Plikban'sVefttailt Ciwpmi
A great many women suffer with
form of indigestion or dyspepsia which'
does not seem to yield to ordinary treat
ment. While the symptoms seem to bo
similar to those of ordinary indiges
tion, yet the medicines universally pre
scribed do not seem to restore the p,
tient's normal condition. ,
House of Delegates Members
. Hold Session.
MEDICAL MEN'S EFFORTS
IT "WAS THROUGH THEIR LABOR
REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT
THE MORNING OREGOKIAX, TUESDAY,
THEIR Mi BEGIN
All Are Felicitated on the Achieve
ments of the Year and Timely
Suggestions Are Given for
10:30 A. M. First general meeting.
Armory; call to order. President John
K. Musrer. Philadelphia: prayer. Rev.
A. A. Morrleon; address on behalf of
Etate. Governor Georse E. Chamber
lain; for City of Portland, Mayor Harry
Xne; for Oregon State Medical Soci
ety. George F -Wilson. M. D.; for
City and County Medical Society. Dr.
H. TV. Coe; report committee on ar
rangefttnta. Dr. K. A. J. Mackenzie;
Introduction of nrenldent-elect. Retiring
President J. H. Miuaser; president's ad
dress. Dr. Lewie S. McMurtry. "Louis
ville. 2 P. M. House of delegates meets In
Atkinson School: call to order. Presi
dent L. S. McMurtry: reports of com
mittees; nectlon on medical practice
meets at the Armory; section on ob
stetrics and diseases of women meets
In Atkinson School; eection on surgery
and anatomy meeto In the Armory;
eection on ophthalmology meets In the
Selllng-Hlrsch building; section on hy
giene and sanitary science meets In At
kinson School; eection on Stomatology
meets at Atkinson School: section -on
nervous and mental diseases meeta at
Atkinson School; flection on laryngol
ogy and otology meets In Selllng-Hlrsch
building; section on phar
macology meets In Atkinson School:
report of committee to aid PostofTlce
Department in excluding objectionable
advertleements; section on pathology
and physiology meets In Atkinson
1 2:50 P. M.
4 dren meets In
-Section on diseases of chll-
In Atkinson School.
8 P. M. Reception and smoker at
American Inn. given to delegates by
City, County and State Medical Soci
eties; programme and refreshments.
Members of the house of delegates, tho
legislative and business body of the Amer
ican Medical Association, was called to
order for the fifty-sixth annual convention
in the Chamber of Commerce auditorium,
at 11:10 o'clock, yesterday morning. Pres
ident J. H. Musser presided, and the
opening proceeding was the annual ad
dress, in which the delegates were felici
tated upon the achievements of the year
and timely suggestions given for future
The house of delegates is organized to
dispose of tho matters pertaining to the
annual sessions of the association that
would entail interminable debate if taken
to the floor of the convention, and is the
brancli that discharges all business re
sponsibilities of the organization. Reports
Teturncd are usually concurred In, as in
other legislative bodies, and the house is,
therefore, the most influential gathering
of medical men of the continent, with
powers only second to that of the entire
organization, and in many -features supe
rior, because it is the division to which is
entrusted the decision of most important
Basis of Representation.
Under the basis of representation in the
house of delegates, a total rollcall of 150
may be attained, but the highest ever re
corded by the secretary was at Atlantic
City, where 103 responded. The Portland
gathering will not fall far short of that,
for up to last evening 80 had placed their
names on the registration list Numbers
of members are yet to arrive from
throughout the country
Beginning today, sessions of tho house
of delegates will be held only in the after
noon, convening daily at 2 o'clock, and in
order to be more convenient to tho sec
tions and general headquarters, xvl meet
in a room of the Atkinson School instead
of at the Chamber of Commerce.
Committees Arc Named.
President Musser. at the close of his ad--dress,
announced appointment of the fol
Credentials Cyrus L. Stevens, Pennsyl
vania, chairman: H. W. Dewey, "Washing
ton; R. C. Moore, Nebraska: J. N. Mc-
Cormack. Kentucky; C. S. Sheldon. "Wis
Reports of officers Frank Billings, Illi
nois, chairman: G. "W. Guthrie. Pennsyl
vania; C. D. Coleman. Georgia: M. H.
Richardson. Massachusetts; C. J. Smith,
Legislation and political action W. B.
.Dorsott, Missouri, chairman; G. H. Thom
as, Nevada: C. E. Williams. Maine; L. C.
Morris. Alabama; "W. J. Miller. Tennessee.
Reference committee on medical educa
tion (ex officio members of council)
George M. Kober, District of Columbia,
chairman: J. N. McCormack. Kentucky;
-Charles E. woodruff. U. S. A.; "W. A,
Jaynes. Colorado; John C. Munroc, Mas
Reference committee on section and sec
tion work Joseph McFarland. Pennsylva
nia, chairman: Edward F. "Wells, Illinois;
J. N. Jackson, Missouri; F. W. Langdon,
Ohio; John W. Foss, Arizona.
Reference on rules and order George
Ben Johnston, Virginia, chairman; J. G.
Campbell, Iowa; F. E. Daniel, Texas; C.
J. Smith. Oregon: G. B. Black, New Mex
ico; Melville Black, Colorado.
Hygiene and public health W. H. San
ders, Alabama, chairman; William 8. Fos
ter, Pennsylvania: H. 8. Cummlngs, Cali
fornia; H. M. Workman. Minnesota; Alex
ander Marcy, New Jersey.
Reference on amendments to constitu
tion, and bylaws A. R. Craig, Pennsylva
nia, chairman; W. N. Wishard, Indiana;
Frank Paschall. Texas; William M. Har
sha, Illinois; J. Garland Sherrlll, Ken
tucky. Reference on miscellaneous business E.
Eliot Harris. New York, chairman; C. S.
Bacon. Illinois; Philip Mills Jones, Cali
fornia; Edward F. tMaxey, Idaho; E. J.
Submits Concise Reports
Routine matters occupied the afternoon
session, which met at 3 o'clock. Secre
tary George H. Simmons submitted, a con
cise report containing a great deal of im
portant general Information to the pro
fessiori. Establishment of the card in
dex system, biographical in character,
was described as being carried forward
through the assistance and with the co
operation of medical colleges and secre
taries -of state licensing boards. In regard
to membership of the association the re
"The membership on the date of my
last report. June, 1901, was 15,334. During
the year there have been added 4SS9, and
938 have been dropped, 162 on account of
death, 176 not eligible, 36 for nonpayment
of dues, 535 resigned, and 29 were not
found, leaving a net gain of 365L This
ttia tnal m.nikiir.Mit Turin 1
HARRY MURPHY SKETCHES .SEVERAL OF THE PROMINENT DOCTORS ATTTNING THE AMFRICAN MEDICAL .
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1905, 19,285. (It is estimated that there are
about 17,000 subscribers not members.)"
Efforts for Incorporation.
From the special committee on National
Incorporation was received an exhaustive
report reviewing the efforts to secure
through an act of Congress Incorporation
of the American Medical Association, the
recommendation of which was contained
In this brief resolution recommended for
"Resolved. That the efforts to secure
National Incorporation of the American
Medical Association be and hereby are
continued, ana mat tne moors relating
thereto become a part of the duty of the
Committee on National legislation, and
that these duties be no longer referred
to a special committee appointed for that
Reports were received from the com
mittees on the Rush monument and the
"Walter Reed monument, the former an
nouncing completion of its work, the un
veiling of the monument and begging to
be discharged, and the second reporting
the sum of 518,055. 5 subscribed and all ex
cept 51871 paid, and asking to bo contin
ued for at least another year.
Iiist of Members Here.
Following is a list of members of the
house of delegates that have registered
Alabama William H. Robertson, Lewis
Arizona William H. Ward.
Arkansas Howard D. Collings.
California-Philip Mills Jones. Oliver D.
Hamlin. S. J. Humkin.
Colorado W. A. Jayne.
District of Columbua George M. Ko
ber. GeorgiaThomas D. Coleman, Floyd W.
OFFICERS OF MEDICAL EDITORS ASSOCIATION
ib i - tfjB '
President Dr. Hear? Waldo Coe,,
Editor Medical Sentinel, Portlaad.
Hawaii J. T. "VN'ayson.
Idaho G. M. Waterhouse.
Illinois William M. Harsha, Frank Bil
lings, J. F. Percy. Emerson M. Sutton, L..
C. Taylor, C. S. Bacon.
Indiana C. A. Dougherty.
Kansas F. M. Daily.
Kentucky J. X. McCormack, J. Garland
Sherlll. A. D. Price.
Louisiana Charles Chaslagnac
Michigan Eugene Smith.
Minnesota H. M. Workman.
Mississippi D. J. William, W. IL Har
Missouri W. 3. Dorset t. A. R, Kleffer.
Nebraska Ira X. Pickett, R. C Moore.
New Jersey Luther M. Halsey, E. Hol
Ungshead, Alexander Marcy.
New Mexico G. V. Black.
New York Edward D. Ferguson, E. El
liott Harris. J. Riddle Gaffe.
North Dakota V. H. Stlckney.
Ohio C. 1. Bonlfield, J. H. A. Duncan.
F. D. Bain, John McCurdy, J. A. Kim
mcll. Oregon C. J. Smith.
Pennsylvania Fremont W. Frankhaus
er, Isaac C. Cable. Cyrus L. Stevens, Al
fred Stengel, A. R. Craig. W. S. Foster,
G. W. Guthrie. W. L.. Rodman.
Tennessee W. J. Miller, W. B. Hag
gard, J. T. Herron.
Texas Frank Paschal, R. W. Knox.
Utah S. C. Baldwin.
Virginia William E. Anderson, George
West Virginia L. E. Wilson. J. I
Washington Henry Wells Dewey.
Wisconsin C. S. Sheldon, Byron M. Co
pies. Edward Evans.
Wyoming J. L. Wicks.
United States Public Health and Ma
rine Hospital Service H. S. Cummings.
United States Army--CharIes "E. Wood
ruff. Diseases of Children W. C. Hollopetcr.
Pathology and Physiology Joseph Mc
Farland. Stomutology A. E. Baldwin.
Pharmacology John W. Foss.-
Practice of Medicine Edward F. Wells.
Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery Wil
liam A. Baum.
The life insurance examining surgeons
held a preliminary meeting yesterday af
ternoon at the Imperial Hotel and trans
acted routine business. This body will
meet again during the progress of the
convention. Examination for physicians
who desire to practice in Oregon will be
gin this morning at 9 o'clock, in the
auditorium of the Y. M. C. A. building.
by the State Board of Medical Examin
ers. Between 40 and 50 applications have
been made. The subjects for the morn
ing session are anatomy, nervous dis
eases and surgery. In the afternoon the
subjects will be physiology, medical Juris
prudence and histology.
One of the best-known educators in at
tendance at the convention is Dr. Cas
slus M. Riley, of St. Louis, a brother of
Attorney E. F. Riley, of this city. Dr.
Riley Is professor of chemistry and toxi
cology In the Barnes Medical College, and
dean of the Barnes College of Pharmacy.
Vice-President Dr. Frank P. Foster,
Editor New York Medical Journal.
He is the author of the leading work on
Toxicology and a contributor to scientific
magazines. Mrs. Riley, who accompanies
her husband. Is the superintendent of art
Instruction in the schools of St. Louis.
The officers of the life Insurance sec
tion are: President, Dr. Henry Wells
Dewey, Tacoma, Wash.: vlce1presldents.
Drs. A. S. McDaniel. San Antonio. Tex.;
William Moore. New York City, and Wil
liam F. Amos, Portland; secretary and
treasurer. Dr. John Guy Monlhan, New
York. COLUMBIA RIVER EXCURSIONS.
Very Low Bate Via the O. R. & X. to Upper
No visitor to Portland should miss view
ing the matchless Columbia River scen
ery between Portland and The Dalles,
as seen from the O. R. & N. trains. The
Chicago-Portland special leaves the Union
Station every morning at 8:15. giving a
daylight ride along the Columbia, stopping
4 minutes at the very foot of Multnomah
Falls. Every mile, of the trip there Is
something new anfi fascinating. If de
sired, the return trip may be made by "boat
from Cascade Locks or The Dalles. Very
low rates this Summer. Particular and
Summer Book by asking C W. Stinger,
city ticket agent O. R. fc N, Co.. Third
and Washington alreeU,
GUESTS AT BMHjUET
Medical Editors Entertained
at Arlington Club.
MANY BRIGHT SPEECHES
Two Sessions Precede the Dinner,
at Which Papers Are Read and
Subjects of Interest
Thr. Medlral Editors' Association, which
I ....Iak v..t.nliv Win hv i
conferring on Dr. Henry Waldo Coe, of
Portland, the honor of being' Its presi
dent. During the day it held two ses
sions, at which the leading medical Jour
nalists of the country read papers and
discussed questions relative to their por
tion In the advancement of science and
In the evening a dinner was given at the
Arlington Club, at which were served all
Seeretary-Trwuiarer Dr. J. McDoa
Rld3janainic Editor American
Journal of Surgery.
the toothsome dishes indigenous to this
portion of the country
There were present at the dinner sonie
of the most celebrated physicians and sur
geons In tAracrlca. men such as Dr. Louis ,
McMurtrcy ,of Louisville. Ky.. president t
of the American Medical Association;
Surgeon-General Walter Wyman. of the '.
Public Health Service, and Dr. Henry O. .
Marcy, of Boston, the editors of medi- j
cal Journals to the number or 0 sur
rounding these lights.
Dr. Coe. as toastmaster, first Introduced
Dr. Wyman. who told of his Just-nntshcd
and what the Government was going to
do there with its 5i50.o appropriated for
the investigation of cures. He said In
the course or nis remarKs. mat a aoctor
Vim nnr. nf Vil ramariri that rt ilnrtnr
could ko there and run very small dan-
ger of catching the disease. alresn later on. b. b. b., a purely vegetable blood remedy, cures all Skm three other so-called cures, but never re
TVr Andrew T Smith following him. i'cmcm V.t- rrin- I-, ;t tlianirmilafintf J i i - a f ceived a cure. Trlb has completely cured
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took occasion as chairman of the enter-
talnment committee, to give a press-
agent account of the functions and ex
cursions provided for the visiting doc- j
iilis .inn cAwruw mat c vtcuii ui at
curing the convention for Portland was
due to Dr. Coe and Dr. K. A. J. Mac
kenzie. Dr. Marcy, the only life member of the
society gathered there, and Dr. Dudley
B. HftrnnlpX of VulsvUle. in oeakinrl
paid the Pacific Coast, and Portland in
particular, the most carefully worded
compliments, and prophesied a futureun
paralleled. Dr. Reynolds took occasion to
remark on the absence of "quack" doc
tors, comparing this condition to the sup
posedly more enlightened cities of tho
Dr. Foster, who had been elected sec
ond vice-president of the society, and
Mayor Lane, once more Dr. Harry Lane.
rose to the dignity of humor and Dr.
McMurtrcy In concluding drew the doc
tors and the medical editors together In
their common purpose of the progress of
Hold Few Minutes Session.
The medical editors went Into session
for a few minutes yesterday morning.
but adjourned until the afternoon, to
read the papers of the 25th annual con
vention. The officers were at that time
elected and a Portland man. Dr. Henry
Waldo Coe. was elected president. The
Harold N. Moyer. M. D., Chicago. I1L
"Medical editorship as a profession as dis
tinguished from medical editorship as a
prop to practice"
James Evelyn PJlcher. M. D.. Carlisle. Pa.
'T7e Medical Journal Trust and the Inde
pendent Medical Press"
F. E. Daniels. M. D., Austin. Tex.
Mieaicai journalism As it Is" j
John Punton. M. D.. Kansas City. Mo.
"iTODiems in Medical Journal Advertising"
W. C Abbott, M. D.. Chicago. I1L
"Abstracts of Original Articles and Society
Reports".. .Daniel H. Craig. M. D.. Boston.
"Facts of Interest to Medical Journalists"
Sam'l F. Brothers. M- D., New Tork.
"Advice to the iJltor of the Other Jour
nal".. ..Wm. Porter, M. D., St. Louis. Mo.
BUDject unannounced ....................
Surgeon-Genera! Walter Wyman. M. D.,
Washington. D. C
The Personal Element In Medical Jour
nalism". .Wro. F. Waugh. M. D., Chicago,
"The Medical Journal Outside of Medicine"
..Walter Llndley. M. D-. Los Angeles. Cal.
fcuBject unannounced ,
..Joseph MacFarland. M. D.. Philadelphia.
T. D. Crothers. M. D., Hartford, Conn.
Dr. Coc Is Chairman.
In the absence of the president Dr.
Harold N. Moyer. of Chicago, Dr. Henry
aldo Coe was elected chairman pro tern
The papers were discussed in full. The
following new members were elected:
Dr. Lewis B. McMurtry, president A. M. A
representing the American Journal of Sur
gery. Gynecology and Obstetrics; Dr. Walter
M. Brlckner. editor-in-chief of the American
Journal of Surgery: Dr. E. Franklyn Smith,
New Tork Medical Record: Dr. Frank
Foster, New York Medical Journal: Dr. H."
Edwin Lewis. International Journal of Sur
gery; Dr. Nefeon H. Wilson. Buffalo Medical
Journal: Dr. Kenneth W. Melllcan, St. Louis
Medical Review; Dr. Herbert M. Rich. Detroit
Medical Journal; Dr. Albert E. Buleson, Fort
Wayne Medical Journal; Dr. H. Preston Pratt,
American X-Ray Journal: Dr. William Means.
1 Columbun Medical Journal; Dr. Edgar A. Van
t devere. Medical Review of Reviews; Dr. Ed
I ward P. Carter. Cleveland Medical Journal;
t Dr. George Howard Thompson, Regular Medl-
I The following officers were elected:
President. Dr. Henry Waldo Coe, editor Med-
I leal Sentinel. Portland. Or.
-SPEAK FO& THE BLOOD
Skin Diseases speak for the
ous condition of that vital fluid, and of its effort to throw off and rid the
svstem of the ooisons and waste matters that have accumulated in it. Ec
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may have lain dormant in the system during the cold weather, at the coming
of Spring and Summer, when
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without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO,, ATLANTA, GA
Representative Physicians of Oregon
Comprise the Various Commit
tees to Greet the Visitors.
Portland is indebted to the representa
tive medical men of the city for bringing
to Oregon, the larjrest number of mem
bers of the profession that have ever come
together on the Coast and the greatest
number of people that have been at
tracted to Portland for any National gath
ering. It represents a long period of
strenuous effort, careful and thorough or
ganization and division of labors among'
13 general committees, as follows:
Committee of arrangements Dr. K. A. J.
Mackenzie, chairman: Dr. EL F. Tucker,
Dr. George F. Wilson. Dr. A. J. Glesy.
Dr. Henry W. Coe. Dr. William Jones. Dr.
Andrew C. Smith, Dr. F. Cauthorn. secre
Committee on finance Dr. H. "N. Coe,
chairman: Dr. A. C Smith. Dr. George
Wilson, treasurer; Dr. K. A. J. Mac
Committee on meeting places Dr. E. F.
Tucker, chairman; Dr. George B. Story,
Dr. H. F. McKay. Dr. J. J. Panton. Dr.
D. H. Rand, Dr. K. A. J. Mackenzie (ex-
Committee on hotels Dr. William Jones,
chairman; Dr. R. C. Coffey, Dr. W. H.
kene. Dr. C. H. Wheeler. Dr. A. B. Mac-
kay. Mr. H. C. Bowers (by courtesy). Dr.
K. A. J. Mackenzie (ex-officio.)
Committee on transportation Dr. W. T.
Williamson, Dr. George Ainslle. Dr. Frank
M. Taylor, Dr. G. O. Jefferson, Dr. A.
Committee on badges Dr. 'J. F. Dickson,
chairman; Dr. DeWltt Connell, Dr. J. N.
Coghlan, Dr. George B. Story, Dr. James
Committee programmes, printing, etc
Dr. EL J. Labbe. chairman; Dr. J. K.
Locke, Dr. G. M. Wells, Dr. Richard
Nunn, Dr. J. T. Wells. Dr. M. Fried.
Committee on banquets Dr. C. H.
Wheeler, chairman; Dr. A. E. Mackay. Dr.
Harry Lane. Dr. G. E. Bruere, Dr. H. C.
Wilson. Dr. E. H. Parker, Dr. A. C. Pan-
ton. Dr. E. J. -Lac-be. .
Committee of entertainments Dr. A. C.
Smith, chairman: Dr. O. S. Blnswanger,
Dr. C. Gertrude French, Dr. W. H. Skene,
Dr. E. P. Geary, Dr. J. D. Fenton, Dr. J,
F. Dickson, Dr. Mae Cardwell, Dr. W. L.
Wood, Dr. Robert C. Yenney. Dr. William
Boys, Dr. George S. Whiteside. ,
Committee on registration Dr. R. G.
Coffey, chairman; Dr. W. F. Amos. Dr.
K. C. Manion, Dr. Edna Tlmms. Dr. J.
R. Barber, Dr. W. M. Campbell, Dr. J. A.
Pettit. Dr. O. B. Wight. Dr. R, J. Chip-
man. Dr. E. EL Cable. Dr. J. D. Stern
berg. Dr. E. X. Crockett, Dr. Esther Pohl
Committee general exhibits Dr. H. v.
Coe. chairman; Dr. L. H. Hamilton. Dr.
M. Kirkpatrick. Mr. R. M. Tuttle. Dr. E.
D. Johnson. Dr. William House.
Bureau of Information Dr. J. F. Bell,
chairman; Dr. F. Cauthorn. Dr. R. L.
Gillespie. Dr. Woods Hutchinson, Dr. A.
D. Walker. Dr. W. H. Boyd, Dr. R. J.
Marsh, Dr. J. H. Bristow. Dr. W. B.
Braden. Dr. A. W. Smith. Dr. Curtis C
Holcomb, Dr. A. W. Moore,. Dr. O. C.
Holllster. Dr. Marie Equl. Dr. Jessie M.
McGavin. Dr. Esther Pohl. Dr. C. EL
Hawke. Dr. W. L Cottel. Dr. H. C. Fenton,
Dr. J. A. Gilbert, Dr. J. S. Scott, Dr. R.
Ladies committee Dr. Mae Cardwell.
president; Mrs. R. C. Coffee, first vice-
president: Dr. C. Gertrude French, second
vice-president: Dr. Edna Tlmms. third
vice-president; Mrs. A. J. Glesy. Mrs. H.
W. Coe, Mrs. R. Nunn. Mrs. E. F. Tucker,
Mrs. H. C. Wilson. Mrs. Henry E. Jones,
Mrs. S. E. Joseph!. Mrs. F. Cauthorn.
Mrs. A. E. Mackay, Mrs. A. W. Moore.
Mrs. Harry Lane. Mrs. E. DeWltt Connell.
Mrs. William Jones. Mrs. E. J. Labbe.
Mrs. G. M. Wells, Mrs. J. F. Bell. Mrs. O.
S. Blnswanger, Mrs. J. K. Locke: Mrs. J.
F. Dickson. Mrs. B. A. Sommers. Mrs.
W. L. Wood. Mrs. W. H. Skene. Mrs. G.
E. Bruere. Mrs. O. B. Wight. Mrs. E. H.
Parker. Mrs. A. W. Smith. Mrs. W. T.
Williamson. Mrs. William House, Mrs. R.
L. Gillespie, Mrs. William Boys. Mrs. R.
J. Chipman. Mrs. M. Kirkpatrick. Mrs. A.
G. Panton. Mrs. D. Rand, Mrs. G. O.
Jefferson. Mrs. J. T. Walls. Dr. Eugenia
Little. Dr. Elsie D. Patton. Mrs. A. D.
Walker. Dr. K. 3. Gray, Dr. Mary Parker.
Dr. Amelia Zeigler. Dr. E. L. Gray. Mrs.
R. Kelly. Mrs. W. T. Amos. Mrs. W. H.
Boyd. Mrs. J. H. Bristow. Mrs. L. Buck.
Mrs. WT. I. Cottel. Mrs. J. D. Fenton. Mrs.
M. Fried. Dr. Sarah M. Hill. Mrs. O. C.
Holllster. Mrs. J. A. Pettit. Mrs. A. Tilzer.
Mrs. E. P. Geary. Dr. Edna Tlmms, Dr.
Esther Pohl. Dr. Marie Equl. Dr. Florence
Manion. Dr. E. B. Van Alstlne. Dr. J. M.
Take the Xorth Side Houtc.
HOOD RIVER, Or.. July 10. (Special.)
A party of 33 Callfornlans and Easterners
arrived here this morning on their way
to Mount Hood, where they will make
the ascent of the peak tomorrow, taking
the north-side route, and Joining others
of the Mazama party on the summit. The
atmosphere was never clearer at this sea
son of the year, making it possible to
obtain a magnificent view from the sum
mit of the snow peak. -The members of
the party are:
J. S. Hutchinson. E. H. Averell. L. Mysell.
San Francisco; W. R, Davis, Mrs. W. R.
Davis, E. U. Farr. Stella A. Crane, Clar
ence Crane Solon F. Whitney, Mrs. L. B.
Tarlton. Boston: Russ Avery. Kasson Avery.
E. D. Rand. George H. Redd. Los Angeles:
W. E. Corder. Miss Amy B. Corder, Oak
land. Cal.: Robert P. Blake. Berkeley; Henry
A. Boise, San Francisco: James A. Morgan,
Berkeley: John R. Glascock, Berkeley:
Henry A. White. Wilmington. Del.; J. A.
Elston. Saeramento; Frank E. Morse. Bos
ton; William Eccley. San Francisco; R. A.
Bullock. Miss A- H. Humphreys. Boston;
blood and tell of the acid-laden, poison
my hands that itched and burned, causing
discomfort. I was convinced I was afflicted
type of Eczema. I consulted several physi-
duc sugnt temporary relief. 1 decided to
. - . . . . .
auux up m tne system to Dreas: out
matters, strengthening the blood, leaving the skin
soft and smooth, and building up the entire system
by its tonic effect. S. S. S. cures Nettle Rash, Poi
son Oak and all skin diseases that enter the system
through the pores and elands, as well as those that
Mrs. Pinkham claims that there is a
kind of dyspepsia that is caused by
derangement of the female organism
and which, while it causes a disturb
ance similar to ordinary indigestion,,
cannot be relieved without a medicinqj
which not only acts as a stomach tonic'.
but has peculiar uterine-tonic effect
As proof of this theory we call at
tention to the case of Mrs. Maggie
Wright, Brooklyn, N. Y., who was
completely cured by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound after every'
thing else had failed. She writes :
"Fortwo years I suffered with dyspepsia
which so degenerated my entire system that I
was unable to attend to my daily duties. I
felt weak and nervous, and nothing that I ata
tasted good and it caused -a disturbance in my.
stomach. I tried different dyspepsia cures,
but nothing seemed to help me. I was ad
vised to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetahla
Compound a trial, and was happily surprised
to find that it acted like a fine tonic, and in a
fewdays Ibegantto enjoy and properly digest
my food. My recovery was rapid, ana in
five weeks I was a well woman. I have rec
ommended it to many suffering women.'1
No other medicine in the world has
received such widespread and unquali
fied endorsement,or has such a record oi
cures of female troubles, as has Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Ella McBrlde. Elsie Hamilton. Portland; Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. Sherwood. Misses Alice and
Mary Sherwood. Master Warner Sherwood,
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I THE C GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO. :
Formerly located .
at 233 Alder St.
corner Third, .
To the large brick
building at S. E.
corner of First and 0
Morrison Sts. 0
162 First St.
Dr. C. Gee Wo, the Great Chlne
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throughout the l. S. because his won
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length and. breadth of this country.
He treats any and all diseases with
powerful Chinese roots, herbs, buds,
barks and vegetables that are en
tirely unknown to medical science In
this country, and through the use of.
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troubles. rheumatism, nervousness,
stomach, liver, kidney, female troub
les and all private diseases.
This famous doctor cures without
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Patients out of the city write for
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Address the C. Geo Wo Chinese Medi
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Please mention this paper.
Midway between San Francisco and Stan
ford University, has not been without rep
resentation at Harvard and the University
of California during the twenty year3 of its
existence, and at Stanford since it opened.
Its graduates are admitted to our Cali
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to the leading Institutions In the East thst
admit on recommendations. It prepares for
' nth.r- Pa.torn cnlletres and schools of science.
We shall b glad to have more of the sturdy
Northern boys at Belmont. in next term
begins August 14. 1905. For catalogue and
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W. T. REID. A. M. (Harvard).
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Mr. Cliff Hockett. 1023 Fourth avenue,
1 "Until I took Trlb.
Until I took Trlb, I had been a hard
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not believe I could use either liquor or to
bacco If I wanted to. Before I look Trlb
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I could digest most anything.
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We give an absolute guarantee with
every treatment. "It's our way of doing:
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