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XHE MOKyiyG .0KEGD-IA, ;SATURDAX . JULY 33, 1905.
LABOR FOB CANAL
Bids Wanted for Italians, Chi
nese and Japanese.
TWO THOUSAND OF EACH
Employment Agents "Will Xame
Wages kad Land Them on Canal
Zone, bat JIust Be No In
"WASHINGTON. July. 21. The first at
tempt to secure laborers In large num
bers In connection with the Panama
Canal construction work will be made
tomorrow, when bids will be asked for
by Loon Pepperman, acting chief clerk
of the Panama Canal Commission, for
2009 each of Chinese. Japanese anJ
Italian laborers. Those who compete
for furnishing: these laborers will be
required to submit bids first as tothe
amount por das' for which the labo'rers
of a certain nationality will work, and
also bids stating: the amount the Gov
ernment will be required to pay to get
the laborers on the Isthmus of Pan
ama. In this latter item will be in
cluded, particularly in the case of Chi
nese, an amount of money to be ad
vanced to the family of the Chinamen
for maintenance until the wage-earner
can remit for this purpose from his
earnings; also. the amount of the trans
portation and necessary incidental
funds to defray the expenses of the
It is not the purpose of toe commis
sion to make a contract with any bid
der for labor which will preclude tne
Government's making direct and indi
vidual appointments of each of the la
borers furnished. This precaution is
taken to avoid any semblance or possi
bility of Involuntary servitude. Under
the plan proposed, the contractor will
land his laborers on the Isthmus. These
laborers will then personally apply for
appointment, stating the amount for
which they" will work. On this appli
cation appointments will be made out,
the same as in the case of every other
smployo of the Canal Commission.
Information in the possession of the
commission in an informal manner In
dicates that the price asked for the la
borers will vary from 75 cents to $1.50
Tne contractors who are successful
in their bids will figure their profits In
thoir estimates for getting the laborers
to the isthmus, added to which may be
Individual contracts for boarding the
laborers after their arrival there. They
will not be permitted to in, any way be
intermediaries between the laborer and
7h. bids will be or.fr.ed Aupun- I
and bidders will be given detailed in
formation by the commission regarding
the form in which they are to be made.
Board of Otton Statistics.
WASHINGTON, July 21. Secretary
Wilson 'today made public the names
of the four men who will comprise' the
statistical board which, under the di
rection o Assistant Secretary "Vlllet
S. Hayes, will prepare the Government
estimates of cotton acreage and yields,
as well as statistics of other crops. The
board will be comsosed of Victor Olm
sted, present associate statistician of
the Bureau of Statistics; S. B. Pessen
den, an assistant statistician; George
K. Holmes, chief of the division of for
eign markets, and "W. "W. Iong, recent
ly resigned, as an assistant statisti
cian. J rlne Camp on Midway Wrecked. J
WASHINGTON, July 2L feeneral Elliot,
commandant of the Marine Corps, has re
ceived a cablegram, stating that a storm
had swept over Midway Island, destroy
ing the Marines' camp, but injuring none
of the men. A detachment of 20 Marines
was stationed on the island.
Col. Leach on General Staff.
WASHINGTON. July 21. Lieutenant
Colonel Smith B. Leach has been selected
to fill the vacancy on the general staff
caused by the detachment of Colonel Ben
St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 2.
BT. LOUIS. July 21. Glade and Coakley
had a pitching duel today and after thir
teen innings thQ, St. Louis pitcher re
turned a winner. The fielding was bril
liant. The attendances was 1800. The
St. Louis 313 OlPhiladelphla ..2 5 3
Batteries Glade ana Roth; Coakley and
Portland 6, Cleveland 0.
CLEVELAND. July 2L Cleveland made
nine hits and. secured three bases on balls
off Tannehlll, yet could not score. The
attendance was 3700. The score:
Cleveland ..i,0 S J Boston 6. S 1
Batteries Bernhardt and Bemls; Tanne
hlll and Crlgcr. -
Chicago 2, New York 1.
CHICAGO. July 2L Chicago defeated
New York today in a twelve-inning con
test. The score:
Chicago 2 7 3New York.,....l 5 2
Batteries Altrock and McFarland; Orth
Detroit 8, Washington 7.
DETROIT, July 21. Detroit won from
Washington today through MulHns' ef
fective pitching. Coughlin was knocked
senseless by a pitched ball and had to Te-
tirel The score:
Detroit 814 Washington ...7 5 3
Batteries Mulllns. Killian. Drill and Do.
ran; Townsend and Klttredge.
FlttfibHrg 7-1, Philadelphia 3-5.
PHILADELPHIA, July 2L Philadelphia
and Pittsburg broke even today in a
doubleheader. Suthoff was batted hard
.la the first game; Nichols officiated for
the home team in the second contest and
pitched good ball. The attendance was
8&Q. The scores:
Pittsburg 711 llPhlladelphla ..3 5 3
Batteries Hildebrand and Gibson; Doo
lln. Suthoff. Corrldon and Doom.
Pittsburg 1 S 3Phlladelphla ...6 8 0
Batteries Case and Carrisch; Nichols
and Abbott. Umpire Klem.
Chicago S, Boston 2.
BOSTON,. July SL CMo&te won la tke
teveatlt Juntas teaay, a hac Halfe,
a passa ball aad a single 'sending la the
winning ran. Both pitchers were In fine
form. The score:
Boston .2 7 ZjChlcago -3 S 1
Batteries Traxcr and Moran; Briggs
and Kllng. Umplre-O'Day.
Cincinnati 5, Brooklyn 1.
BROOKLYN, July 2L Brooklyn went
down before Cincinnati today in the 12th
Inning, when the visitors hit Sbanlon's
curves for four runs. Attendance, 1203.
Brooklyn 1 4 . alCindnnatl 5 12 0
' Batteries Mclntyre. Scanlon and Hit
ter; Harper and Phelps.
New York 4, St. Ionls 2.
NEW TOKK, July 21. The locals
-made a runaway game of it today
against the St. Louis team "here. At
tendance 2500. Score:
St, Louis.. -2 7 4New York. 14 16 1
Batteries Taylor and Grady; Mat
thewson, Elliott, Bowerman and Clark.
THE DAY'S HORSE IIACES.
At Brighton Beach.
NEW YORK. July 2L Brighton Beach
Six furlongs Mary 'Morris won. Lad
sarlon second. Youth third; time, 1:14.
Six furlongs Tea Cress won. Burleigh
second. Lady Uncas third; time, 1:132-5.
Third, mile and a sixteenth Lilac
Prince won, Humo second, Don Royal
third; time, 1:47.
Mile and a furlong Alwyn won. Gerani
um second, Voladay third; time, 1:522-5.
Mile and a sixteenth Lino of Lite won,
St- Breeze second. Buttons third; time.
Five and a half furlongs Devil Tree
won, Bivouac second, Argentine third;
At St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, July 2L Delmar race re
sults: Five and a half furlongs Chief Hays
won." Kiss second. Selfish third; time,
Five furlongs Maggie Powers won.
May Lynch second. Bitter Brown third;
Six furlongs Eleanore Howard won.
Gene Handlon second, Fanette third;
Six furlongs Mayor Jones won, Jul
Cora second, Bendigo third; time, 1:183-5.
Six furlongs Mimon won. Jim Tyrell
second, Saul third; time, 1:2L
Mile and 70 yards T. J. Powell won. Dr.
Hart second, Delusion third; time. 1:54 2-5.
Western Tennis Champions Again.
CHICAGO. July 2L Krelgh Collins and
L. H. Waldner. the Western champions
In tennis doubles, retained their title to
day by defeating Rues and Crcsson, the
Texas team. Miss Carrie Nceley and Miss
Miriam Steever won the championship In
To. Wrestle In Spokane.
SPOKANE. Wash.. July 2L Frank
Gotch and D. A. McMillan are to meet
in Spokane, August S, to wrestle for the
mixed-style championship of America,
now claimed by McMillan. The five va
rieties chosen are catch-as-catch-can.
Graeco-Roman, Cornish, sldeholds and
collar and elbow. Three falls will win.
STRIKERS RUSH FOR WORK
Only Small Percentage of Teamsters
Will Get Jobs.
CHICAGO, July 21. Teamster strik
ers, who last night gave up their long
truggle against the employers, broke
ranks today in a stampede for work,
Tho bams of the strike-affected firms
were besieged by men who have been
Idle for months and whose places have
been filled by nonunion men. The em
ployers In many cases announced that
there were vacancies for only a few.
Of more than 4000 men who quit work,
not more than 1400 or 1500 will be re
Instated during the next few days.
The coal teamsters and truck drivers
did not Join in the rush for re-employment
The order of the Teamsters Joint
Council, which authorired the surren
der, was for all men on strike to ask
for reinstatement this morning. Both
the truck drivers and the coal team
sters balked at this and planned to
hold meetings tonight and "fight It out
until they can go back like union men."
However, the boycott against business
houses has been lifted officially by
the action of the Joint council, and it
Is expected there. will be no more sym
pathetic strikes 'of teamster.
Nearly every one of the strlKers at de
partment stores filed application for rein
statement. In many cases the men were
put to work immediately. The express
companies, which fought their battle
virtually alone and apart from the
others, are not to take back any of
their former employes. Police pro
tection will not be withdrawn for a
few days at least, as clashes between
nonunion and union men are feared
when the latter xeturn to work.
Cloakmakcrs Destroy Cloaks.
NEW YORK. July 2L Fifty striking
members of the United Garmentworkors
of America are being held in the Tombs
prison on charges of rioting. The pris
oners recently quit their Jobs In a LIs-penard-street
cloak factory. Yesterday
they made a descent on another factory,
where they declared work was being done
for their old employers. Cloaks for the
latter were destroyed. It Is charged. In
Police reserves hurried to the scene.
and after a sharp encounter put the
strikers to rout, capturing 25. The pris
oners declare they caused no damage.
but merely visited the factors to Induce
the workmen there to strike in sympathy.
NOW THE EAST SHIVERS
Extreme Heat Followed "by-wAbnor-'
mally Cool Weather.
WASHINGTON. July 21. The United
States Weather Bureau today gives most
encouraging Information as to the general
weather conditions. From the abnormal
ly hot to the abnormally cool seems to
be the trend of the atmospheric record.
.The report says:
"The temperature continues to fall slow
ly in New England, the Middle Atlantic
States, the Lake region and the Ohio Val
ley. In the Lake region tho fall In tem
peratures has now continued upwards of
96 hours, and as a consequence ab
normally - cool weather Is reported this
morning from the Upper Lake, region, with
light front at Escanaba. The weather
also has turned cool In the Dakotas, the
Missouri and Middle Mississippi Valleys.
"Rain has fallen In Eastern Missouri.
Southern Indiana and Southern Illinois.
Kentucky and Western Tennessee. South
Dakota and Western Nebratka. and there
hrve been scattered thunder storm In the
Rwcky Mountain regions and the South
west. Heat SU1I Kills la Chicago.
CHICAGO. July SL Twenty deaths have
been added to the list of Chicago mor
talities due to the blighting heat of the
first three days of this week. Of this
Ranker, seven were adults and the tiers
were Intaats. The cool weather, which
same with aartMly fere Weniay
LEWISTON BANKERS EXPLICAT
ED IN IDAHO LAND FRAUDS.
George H. Kestcr aad C W. Robnett
Already Served and F. W.
LEWISTON. Idaho. July 2L Special.)
The first warrants issued In the Idaho
land fraud cases and based on indict
ments found by a special grand Jury at
Bolae last week reached here today, and
were served uoon George H. Hester,
cashier of the Lewis ton National Bank,
and C W. Robnett. bookkeeper of that
institution. Each provided a bond In the
sum of COD0 for appearance before the
Federal Court for the trial at Moscow
The grand jury found nine indictments
based on alleged land frauds In the Lewis
ton district, and warrants In the other
cases, it Is understood, will soon be
W. F. Kettenbach, president of the
Lewlston National Bank, is among tboso
Indicted. Mr. Kettenbach is now in
Portland attending the Washington Bank
ers' Convention. Messrs. Kettenbach and
Kester are prominent citizens of Lewis
ton. FLOOD STRIKES VALDEZ.
Carries Part of City and Wharf Into
SEATTLE. Wash-. July 2L A dispatch
to the Times from Valdes. Alaska, says
a portion of that place was washed into
the sa today by a flood the second this
month which swept down from the Val
dez glacier. Many business and dwelling
houses Were destroyed and Archibald
wharf was damaged.
According to the advices received, tho
flood started early this morning and many
persons, were take unawares. The water
rushed down through the town, turning
over buildings and destroying all property
In Its path.
The flood resulted from the same cauve
as did the one earlier la the month.
The warm weather of the past four or
five weeks has melted the snow In the
mountain back of Valdez and the water
has rushed down the valley over the Val
dez glacier, cutting a channel through
the heart of the city.
MORAL WAVE HITS TACOMA
No More Boxing and No More
TACOMA, Wash.. July 2L Special.)
Sheriff J. A. Denholm today Instructed
the proprietors of the Phoenix Theater
that they would not be allowed to put on
any further amateur boxing contests at
their house. Friday nights, during the
past four months, the owners of the
theater have been giving their patrons
as an additional attraction, an amateur
boxing contest. Such a contest was
scheduled for tonight, but owing to the
order of the Sheriff the bout was called.
Sheriff Denholm has Informed the city
authorities that gambling exists within
the city limits and that something must
be done toward stopping it. The Sheriff
will await the action of the Municipal of
ficers. If nothing is done. Sheriff Den
holm will proceed to close the alleged
gambling-houses on his own hook.
SHERIFF HATTRD RESIGNS.
Short In Accounts, hut Will Be
- - - jjet Go.
BOISE. Idaho. July 2L Special.)
Sheriff Cary C Havlrd has reconsidered
and today tendered his resignation to the
Board of County Commissioners. The de
mand was made upon him the first of the
week, an investigation of his office hav
ing disclosed irregularities of such a na
ture that he could be ousted from office
and possibly prosecuted criminally. He
refused on Wednesday to resign at the
demand of the board, and the County At
torney has incc been busy preparing the
case for submission to the District Judge.
It has developed that his attorneys ad
vised him to resign, and he has at last
accepted that advice. He will pay over
the ahortage of a few hundred dollars and
will escape prosecution.
TWO DROWN IN THE FRASER
One Falls From Steamer and An
other Knocked From Sloop.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C July ZL
(Special.) Gordon Cameron, a theological
student at Columbian College, fell from
the freight door of the steamer Beaver
this morning on her trip down river,
and was drowned In the Frascr River.
The entire body of students is dragging
for his remains. Frank Townsend. a
young school teacher, also drowned in
Fraser River today. Townsend went out
to make a drift with & fisherman friend,
and was knocked out of the boat by
a yard boom and drowned.
PACIFIC COAST DEAD.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 2L Phlneas
Bronsdonda, perhaps the most promi
nent pioneer constructing engineer of
the Coast, is dead at his residence in
this city, at the age of 73 years. He
came to San Francisco In 1S5S, after
finishing his first engineering works,
the construction of the public gardens
of Boston and the first horse-car line
ever operated between Boston and
Charleston. The famous omnibus line,
the first horse-car system of the Pa
cific Slope, was the fruit of Bronsdon
da's engineering skill, being finished In
1SS2. a year aftor he had built the old
San Francisco & San Jose Railroad.
which was the first steam line west of
the Rockies. Then he laid out the
Portland street railway.
Going to Los Angeles, he became the
constructor of the Pico-street railway.
the first trolley system ever estab
lished on the Coast, and the thjrd In
me unitca aiaics.
Samuel S. Harkncss.
THE DALLES. Or.. July 2L (Special.)
PHffe Utfcri it K to AKiwrt,
PrMtuck totaNe. Fin Xtf
Clnr is Ew.
THMfKS GOyOR CUTiCDRI
Mrs, P. Hacictt, of 400 Vaa Sxrea
St., Srooklym, N. Y., sajs : " I wwa
to give taaaka for tic marrdoaa care
of my giotacr by Caticarx. Skc fead
a severe alcer, wkica payaiciaa bad
prooaced iacarable. ' It was z ter
rible diaSgureMcat, aad peeplc
wonld stasd ia aataxeaKat aad leek
after Iter. After taere was m liepe
frost doctors sa-e bejaa -attar cti
cura Soap, Otatateat, aad Pifis, aad
aow, tkaafc God, she m CMapicteij
cared, ad c iter V Vt aad
Sel 8. Harkaesa. -f this city, dies
suddealy at his home this atorniag from
Temorraage .of the braia. He had been
In his usual health until late last even
ing, and waa at his accustomed place of
basiaees yesterday. His death occurred
about 2 o'clock.
Fottnd Checks No Good.
BAKER CITY. Or July 21. (Spe-
claL) Several days ago Fred. D. Smith.
manager of the Snow Creek mine, la
sued checks In payment of sums due
miners for labor. The checks were
drawn upon tho First National Bank of
Sumpter. "When presented they were
tnrown out and returned. The men
seized the am al tram In the mill and held
it to protect themselves. Afterward
they were paid and the difficulty set
tles. The men never ceased work.
Tne facta have now leaked out and
all kinds of garbled accounts have
been current In both Baker City and
Sumpter concerning the occurrences.
Some reports went eo far as to repre
sent that arrests were to; be, made, but
the above .are the facta. R. G. Davison,
of Bath. X. Y.. a banker. Is one of the
heaviest stockholders In the mine, and
he Is here in the city. There has. been
some trouble between .Smith and Da
vison, which Is believed to have caused
Xonng Man Drowns In Snake.
"WEISER. Idaho. Julr 21. (Special.)
Last night about 9 o'clock. Ralph
Storer, a young man, 20 years of age,
whose parents live in this city, was
drowned while bathing In the Snake
River, about half a mile above the city.
Several young men were In the river
with him at the time. He challenged
one of them to swim a race. The chal
lenge waa accepted. The two swam
some distance into the river, and they
started to 'return to the shore. The
current Is very swift at that point and
the river deep, and young Storer be
came exhausted and could not reach
the shore. Several of his companions
attempted to assist him and ho nearly
drowned them. He got his arm around
the neck of one of them aad dragged
him under three times. The river was
dragged last night until darkness
compelled the searchers to desist.
Searching waa resumed again this
morning and the body located about
100 yards down the river from where
the drowning .occurred.
Fir Sweeps Endicott.
SPOKANE. Wash, July 2L Fire at
Endicott, Whitman County, early this
morning, is reported to have destroyed
a largo share of the business houses.
Meager details are yet available, but
the fire is reported to have destroyed
the Hotel Endicott, the Endicott State
Bank, the general storo of C L. Wake
field, tho Postotfice and telephone of
fice, wiping out all the buildings for
one block on one side of the business
street. The blaze started In a barber
shop; cause unknown.
Buy Timber Land. (
ASTORIA. July 2L (Special.) Deeds
were filed for record today whereby Fred
W. Bradley, of Bay City. Mich., buys
1240 acres of timber land a short dis
tance back of Westport In the eastern
part of this county. While the price,
excepting for a small portion of the prop
erty. Is not named. It is understood to be
about 325G0 a claim Mr. Bradley already
has large timber holdings in this county.
Soon to Reach Dnfnr.
THE DALLES. Or.. July 21. Work
men coming in from the front on the
Great Southern Railroad state that
track Is now laid a mile beyond the
new town of Cooper, 10 miles from Tha
Dalles. The company claims that the
road will be completed to Dufur by the
last of August, and that It will be able
to handle the present grain crop from
Rainbow Trout From Hatchery.
COTTAGE GROVE, Or.. July 2L-( Spe
cial.) Five thousand rainbow and black
spotted trout arrived here today from the
Government hatchery. They were takei
by several different persons and will be
placed in small clear streams. This Is the
fourth consignment that has arrived here
354 Mccraoa si.
540 ViHIica ave.
Look for the Singer Sign
when in need of a Sewing Machine or Supplies.'
Needles for all m&Kes of Sewing Machines
Sewing Machines Rented or Exchanged
for infants and Children.
Castbrut Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and. Soothinc Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains .neither Opium Morphine nor other Karcotic
substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishaess.
It cures IMarrfccaa-and Wind Colic It relieves Teething-
Troubles aH4.ire" Constipation. It regulates tho
Stomach aad Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The ChildreK's Paaacoa The Mother's Friend. .
The Kind Ton Have Always Bonght
In, Use For Over 30, Years,
NEW YORK'S STRONG TEAM
COMING " TO PORTLAND FOR
Great Athletes "Who Won Prizes at
St. Louis In Olympic Contests,
Will Be Seen Here.
J. E. Sullvan, president Metropolitan
Athletic Association, of New York, has
telegraphed H. W. Kerrigan, manager
athletics, Lewis and Clark Exposition,
that the New York Athletic Association
is sending a strong team to compete
In the A. A. XT. National "championship
track and field meet, to take place on
tho Lewis and Clark Exposition Stad
ium, August 4 and 5.
This team will be composed of prac
tically the same men that competed In
the Olympic championships at the St.
Louis imposition, at whlch time sev
eral new records were made by mem
bers of this club. Ray Ewry, formerly
of Purdue University, now with the
N. Y. A. C. was winner of three events
In Olympic championships, He cap
tured the standing high Jump, stand
ing three Jumps, and broke tha world's
record In the standing broad Jump
with a leap of 11 feet VA Inches. Harry
Hillman. of the N. Y. A. C, waa an-
other star In tho Olympic champion
ships, being winner of three events.
Hillman won the 400-meter hurdle,
making a new Olympic record In this
event, being credited with 24 3-5 sec
onds, and also made a new Olympic
record In the 400-meter dash, covering
the distance In 49 1-5 seconds. In the
400-meter hurdle, Hillman made a new
record of 53 seconds, but this record
does not stand, as the winner knocked
the last hurdle down. S. S. Jones, an
other member of the N. Y. A. C, won
the high Jump in tho Olympic games at
St. Louis, clearing the bar at 5 feet,
These men are. all coming to Port
land to compete In the A. A. U. senior
championships, which take place at the
Lewis and Clark Stadium. August 5.
New Trial for Pasqnale.
OLYMPIA, Wash.. July 2L (Special.)
Joseph De Paaquale. convicted of man
slaughter In. Walla Walla. County, has
been granted a new trial by the Supreme
Court because, while he was on the wit
ness stand the trial Judge asked ques
tions which the Supreme Court deems
were proper only as cross-examination by
the. Prosecuting Attorney, and tends to
discredit the witness In the minds of the
Jury. Pasquale killed Dominic DI Valarlo.
September 23. 1301. after a quarrel in
which each had threatened to kill the
Violated Boardlng-Houso Law.
VALE. Or.. July 2L (Special.) The first
arrest in this county under the new boarding-house
law was made Monday. The
culprit. George Williams, was lodged In
Jail at this place In lieu of a 330 fine.
The offense was committed at Ontario
and' complaint lodged by Mrs. Emma
Pope, proprietress of a boarding and
Locb In Yellowstone.
HELENA. Mont.. July 2L William
Loeb. Jr., private secretary to President
Roosevelt, and Mrs. Loeb have arrived
at Gardiner In a private car and entered
the Yellowstone National Park as the
guests of President H. W. Child, of the
Yellowstone Park Transportation Com
pany, and expect to remain there about
Runaway Boy at Astorlai
ASTORIA. Or.. July 2L (Special.)
Otto Schwartz, a 13-year-old boy, has
been arrested by the police on the charge
of being an escape from tho Boys' and
Girls' Aid Society, of Portland. He was
taken from the institution by a rancher
living near Knappa. but ran away and
has been in this city for several days.
J21 Tenth k.
THE DALLES .
Oregon Cityy Or.
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Watch fer Symptoms ef Kldaey Diseases. Regard Backache as a Daa
er Signal. Test the Urlae. Help the Kidneys Do Their Work.
Care Them Whea They Are Sick.
HO"W TO TBIir There are many
symptoms to tell you of sick kidneys.
First, the many aches or pains
Dull aching in the small of the back.
Sharp pains when stooping or lifting.
Rheumatic aching In the muscles.
Neuralgic pains In the nerves.
Headaches, sideaches, gout, sciatica.
And the urinary symptoms, some ap
parent, some found by simple te,sts
Frequent passages day and night.
Scalding, due to inflammation.
Scanty passages, or a stoppage.
Red, thick and Ill-smelling urine.
Cloudy or brick-dust sediment.
Greasy, frothy or staining urine.
Other common symptoms are:
Puffy eyes; swollen limbs.
Pallid, waxy complexion.
Drowsiness, lack of energy, languor.
Dlzxlness. "spots" before the eyesv
Weak heart: debility, indigestion.
There Is only one thing to do when
any of these symptoms appear, and
that la t.o cure the kidneys. No need to
experiment- Doan's Kidney PIUs have
cured hundreds of people in your own
city. Their testimony proves It.
Fr Sill bj all leaHrx. Pries 58 e.
I! II tr O OA -A11 i"e parades will be on tne golf ilnKs
IJ II V I Tf ll Immediately In front of the hotel. From
I lj I 1.1 III L.j the large hotel verandas one can see all
UUL-l tJ tv -v the military maneuvers.
WRITE IN 'ADVANCE FOR ROOMS.
KRUSE'S BEACH HOTEL
(Formerly the Gearhart Hotel.)
GEARHART PARK. CLATSOP BEACH. OREGON.
Three Hours' Ride from Portland, Over A. Sc. C R. R.
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'wecure the worst cases or pllea la two or tires treatments, without operatloa.
If you cannot mil at office, write forouMticn blank. Home treatment succesafaL
Otac hours, 8 to S and 1 ta . Sundays and holidays. 10 to 12.
DR. W. NORTON DAVIS & CO.
Offices la Vaa-Noy Hotel. 62H Third iL.
cor. Plae. Portland. Or.
The Best Hot Weather Medicine
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EVENT ALL SUMMER BOWEL TROUBLES
yj.iji Blood poison, gleet, stricture, unnatural losses, is
7'- mj 'n failure. Cure guarantee J.
XY:" troubled wlta night emissions, dreams, exhausting .dralmvbask
fula aver,? to s.eiy. which deprive y6u of your manhood. U.NFXT TOO
FOOLiefwaoro,B eaceases aad strains have lost their XAXtY
POWEK. ktv DISSASKS. Syphilis. Gonorrhoea, paiafaL blasdy urjae,
1JHU as. Catarrh ana rheumatism CURED-
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DR, WALKER, 181 First Street CrierTmhli(, Portland, Of-
Tho strain and struggle of busy Ufa
causes nine-tenths of the dally aches
and pains and kidney sufferings of hu
manity. The busy folks who -work hard and
rest little, who think hard and sleep lit
tleare those who overtax the kidneys
To overwork. the kidneys Is to congest
and clog them to disturb and hinder
them in their great work of filtering the
Busy men and women are too apt to
neglect sick kidneys. In spite of aches
and pains and urinary disorders they
go on overworking until the 'kidneys
There Is no middle road for the kid
ney sufferer. He must either help and
curet the kidneys or go the downward
course towards fatal diabetes and
BrI&ht's Disease. There Is no standing
Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you.
This great kidney specific has restored
thousands of kidney sufferers to com
plete and permanent health. It Is In
tended for the kidneys and for the kid
"W. H. Kelly, engineer, employed oa
the Union Pacific Railroad, living at 391
Second street, says: "For several years
I was bothered more or less with kid
ney trouble, particularly if I contracted
a cold, when it was sure to seat itself
in the region of the kidneys. I wasted
s lot of time trying medicines which lid
not help me, but finally learned of
Doan's Kidney Pills and got a box- The
first few doses helped me so much that
I continued taking them until I had
used six boxes. They relieved me en
tirely, and since I stopped taking them
there-has not been the slightest sign of
a recurrence. I have advised others to
use Doan's Kidney P1113, and shall con
tinue to recommend them."
If you wish to try Doan's Kidney
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FwtsMBfttni Ci., Biffali, H. T, Preprtetir.
0. IN. G. Encampment
At Gearhart Park
SIXTEEN COMPANIES REGIMENTAL BAND
We treat successfully all private ner.
vous and chronic diseases of men. xlLz
blood. Btoaaco. heart, liver, kidney and
throat troubles. We cure SYPHILIS
(Without mercury) to stay ured forever.
ln30 to days. We remove STRIC
TURE, without operation or pain, la U
We stop drains, the result of self-abusa.
Immediately. We can restore the sexual
Ticor of any man under E0 by means at
local treatment peculiar to ours el ve.
We Cure Gonorrhoea
In a Week ,
Ths doctors of this Institute are an
reiruiar graduates, have had many years'
ezperien.e. nave been known In Portland
for IS years, have a reputation to main
tain pr will undertake no casa unless
certain cure can be effected.
undertake or charsa no fea. Cnnanlta
IM II a
Twenty Years of Success
In the treatment of chronic diseases, such as liver,
kidney and stomach disorders, constipation, diarrho&a.
dropsical swellings, Brlgbt's disease, etc
Kidney and Urinary
Coaaplalnts. painful, difficult, too frequent, milky or
bloody urine, unnatural discharges speedily cured.
i Diseases of the "Rectum
' Such as piles., fistula, fissure, ulceration, mucous ana
- bloody discharges, cured without the knife, pain, or
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