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THE HOKXIXG OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1906.
Little Doubt Entertained That
Harriman Backs the
REASONS ARE ANNOUNCED
With tlie Hope of . JEorcing Hill's
Consent to UseOld Union Pa
" cific night of Way, Xorth
Bank Eight Continues.
Announcements are expected in a short
time of the intention of the Union Pacific
system to push a tentacle north from
Portland to Seattle and Tacoma. -Advices
from, the Sound leave no doubt of- the in
terests acquiring terminal grounds, there,
and the recent incorporation of the
Washington Northern, -with a capital
stock of $500,000, and -with the avowed
intention of -building from -Portland to
Seattle, proves beyond doubt that the
firsf.. steps for reaching the Sound have
been taken bj lir. Harriman.
That the branch to the "Washington har
bors has not been built earlier in the rail
road history -of the Northwest has "been
wondered .at, by . railroad men. The nat
ural objectives of a transcontinental road
such as the Union Pacific are the ports
within .easy reach of its Western ter
minuB. With lines tapping the Sound
country, the Harriman lines will reach
every prominent harbor on the Coast,
while the smaller shipping points are be
ing "reached by branches, such as the
Drain-Coos Bay line.
' Add to the Proof.
Balroad men just returned from the
North add their testimony to" the over
whelming proof of immediate Harriman
construction to Puget Sound. The belief is
general that construction work will be be
gun on such a Jine "within the present
year, "while it will be completed In 1S07.
Estimates of cost cannot now be arrived
at, but it is predicted that the $500,000
named as the capital stock of the Wash
ington Northern represents a nominal be
ginning merely, and that much more than
that sum will be expended in building a j
tt . .1... .1K..J , c? . . .1 .ut.n !
first-class roadbed to the Sound cities.
While the invasion of the Harriman
roads. Into Hill territory may fce regarded
in some quarters as a .-retaliation for the
line down the north bank of the Columbia
and the entry Into what has heretofore
been the preserves of Mr. Harriman, It Is
not the belief of many railroad men that
this is the motive for the construction
northward. A promising field, of great
natural resources, rich In freights, grow
ing more valuable each year as passenger
territory, and bound in the future to be
the home of a dense population, these are
the Inducements for an extension of the
Union Pacific tracks, made possible by
the settlement of the Northern Securities
case and the dissolution of the traffic
agreements formerly existing between the
Routes to the Sonnd.
Routes to the Sound rfrom Portland open
to the Harriman road are Tjelng discussed
and these give rise to considerable spec
ulation. It Is regarded as practically set
tled, however, that the new line will be
built along what is known as the old
Union Pacific grade, paralleling the pres
ent tracks of the Northern Pacific from
Ivaiama to Tacoma. The Union Pacific
once had an interest In this property, and
in connection with the St. Paul, Minneap
olis & Manitoba, a road for which Mr.
Hill was truntee, started to build a road
from Portland to Seattle. This was about
'.5 years ago, and parts of the work along
the old right of way are still visible from
the tracks of the Northern Pacific. Grad
ing was done at many points, prepara
tions were made for the building of
bridges at points along the Lewis River,
and the site for the bridge across the
Columbia River at Vancouver to be built
by the Portland & Seattle was located
and material collected for the approach.
A pier was actually built In the river, and
operations by the Portland &. Seattle arc
now being commenced from this same
pier. The name of the corporation formed
fit that time for the road to be built jolnt
y to the Sound was the Portland &. Puget
, Old Project Abandoned.
With the approach of hard times the
project was abandoned and the. right
of way passed from the control of the
Portland & Puget Sound and was later
acquired by Mr. Hill. It Is said he still
owns It, having paid taxes on It for
If this shall be the route chosen by
the Harriman people for their road to
the north, the right of way has yet to
bo acquired from Hill. Harriman s sup
posed bitterest enemy. And here, say
wise ones, enters tho why and where
fore for tho opposition offered at all
points to the entry of the Portland &
Seattle into Portland. That the fight
against tho north bank road will be
continued by the Wallula Pacific Co
lumbla Valley and O. R. & N.. all Har
riman properties, at strategic points
along the Columbia, at Macgly Junc
tion and everywhere that the law's de-
Jay can harass the Hill road, and when
tho Portland & Seattle chafes at dclay
that offers will be made of ceasing ujl
-opposition to the north banlcroad in
return for the right to build th'e Wash
ington Northern on the orlg-inaUUnlon
Pacific survey, is alleged In some' quar
ters. That the ultimate victory of the
Portland & Seattle .in entering Port
land against O. R. & N. opposition is
only a question of time Is conceded, but
with legal technicalities and various
suits at their command, counsel for
the Harriman interests can postpone
the advent of the Hill road materially.
Reasons for Tactics.
Tnat the Harriman lawyers in their
light against the Hill road have somo
such adjustment In view is shown. say
soraf bj" an attempted enforcement of
a truce with Mr. Hill a short time ago,
when tho Portland & Seattle was of
fered trackage, for a consideration of
course, over the O. R. &. N. from Wal
lula to Portland if operations on the
north bank of the Columbia would be
stopped. This was seriously consid
ered, it is said, but Mr. Hill bad al
ready gone too far with his announce
ments of road building to withdraw
from his survey from Kcnnewick,
Then, too. the probability of another
road coming" down the north bank If
lie gave up the route, -deterred Mr. Hill
from vacating his survey.
Should tho Harriman forces gain the
right to follow the old Union Pacific
survey. It would prpbably be necessary
to gain the right to run over the pres
ent 'Northern Pacific tracks from Ka
lama to: Vancouycr,- as the way down
the bank of the river Is rough and Is
said to.-admit of only one track In
many places. Possibly the bridge across
the, Columbia at Vancouver would be
used jointly also. From the Columbia
River the Washington Northern would
run Its 'trains over the St. Johns cx
tcnsjpn across the steel bridge into
No confirmation can be had locally
of -tho intoiuion - to connect .the O. R.
is not believed to be conclusive proof
that such a road is not already pro
jected. Every Indication points to tho
early construction of the Pug-et Sound
extension of the Union PacIQc system.
BIG INCORPORATION IS 3IADE
Company Formed for Building Oper
e rations for United Railways.
Articles of incorporation of the "Los An
geles Railroad Construction Company
were filed yesterday at Salem, tho capital
stock being named at $3,000,000. Tho in
corporators are' M. H. French, K. J. How
ard and W. It. Gould, men. Identified with
the United Railways Company, a combi
nation of Los Angeles capital lately
formed in Portland.
The objects of the new company, as
given in the articles of incorporation, are
to engage generally in the construction
of telegraph and telephone lines, railroads,
etc. The principal office -will be in Port
land. Officers of the new company already
chosen are M. H. French, president, and
Arthur G. Coombs, secretary and treas
urer. Mr. French Is in charge of the con
struction -work of tho United Railways
Company, and is said to hai;e more lines
of electric railways In California to nis
credit than any other railroad builder in
that state. Mr. Coombs has.for iho last
ten years, been manager of the firm of
Gray Bros., of San Francisco, manufact
urers of artificial stone pavements.
E. J. Howard, one of the incorporators,
is a wealthy brewer of Erie. Pa. W. It.
Gould, the third named In the articles of
Incorporation, Is an employe of the UiItod
Railways Company, in the auditing de
partment. The Los Angeles Railroad Construction
Company is the second $3,090,000 corpora
tion formed by the group of Los Angeles
capitalists who came to Portland a few
weeks ago to invest heavily In property
here. The latest organization will do the
construction work for the United Rail
ways Company. During , the intervals of
building huge combinations of capital the
backers of the United Railways project
buy and lease prominent business blocks
of Portland. Saturday they bought the
Chamber of Commerce, and yesterday
leased the Russell & Blyth building, at
Sixth and Ankeny, for five, years.
That the Los Angeles capitalists are to
become permanent Portland residents is
assured by the bringing here of thefr
wives and the purchase of residence prop
erty. Mrs. J. Whyte Evans, Mrs. Bcemla
Larrabee and Mrs. J. W. E. Taylor are
expected to arrive here from the south to
night, and Mrs. M. H. French and others
will reach here March L
Pleased With Oregon.
W. T. Wilson, of Buffalo. N. Y.. gen
eral manager of the New Tork Central
West Shore fast freight lines, Is In Port
land for a short visit, accompalned by his
wife. He has never been this far West
before, and Is Interested In the different
conditions of railroading that prevail here.
tt - t .i....,) .. . Cirtcnn nrifl does not
JO JICL3CVl mrt. w.wo
hesitate to say so.
Thlnes look good to me," was the way
he put it yesterday.
As the head of a fast llrelght ss'stem.
Mr. Wilson can give the far Western rail-
mads nolnters on freight-hauling. His
trains leave New Tork at night and reach
Chicago the third morning, making the
trip of nearly 1000 miles In CO hours. The
trains consist of CO cars at that, and haul
perishable freights and high-class mer
chandise. 3Ir. Wilson explains the time
by saying the speed is made because of
level tracks, with grades ana curves elim
inated to a great degree, while In the
West he finds trains climbing mountains
and swinging around abrupt curves. .
State to Be Paid for Roadway.
OLTMPIA. Wash.. Feb. 12. Special.)
The Attorney-GenerallB office was today
served with notice that February 28 the
Portland & Seattle Railway Company
would seek to condemn a right of way In
Klickitat and Skamania Counties across
the east half of lot 1 and the west half
of lot 2 of section 23. T. 3 N.. R. 10 E.
Assistant Attorney-General Booth has
rendered an opinion addressed to Highway
Commissioner J. M. Snow to the effect
that the state has prior right to Its loca
tion of a roadway across the Cowlitz
Pass and Snoqualmle Pass. The question
arose on account of the attempt to secure
the state highway for a railroad right of
way. The opinion oi me Aitomey-vrunerai
Ik to the effect that if the portion sought
by the Tailroads Is through a pass or defile
it can be appropriated by the railroad, but
only oy paying the state for It.
Points to Union Pacific Alliance.
TACOMA, Wash.. Feb. 12. Special.)
Edward Cooklngham. of Portland, presi
dent of the Tacoma Eastern Railroad
Company, admitted today that Udeland
block 23. formerly owned by his road, has
been sold. President Cooklngham said
there was no Immediate change to be
made In his road's terminal. He stated
however, that the Tacoma Eastern is pre
paring to build two additional tracks on
Its right of way. and that more tracks
would be built In the gulch yard as they
The fact that block 23 Is a part of the
tract of tldelands which the Union Pa
clflc has secured leads to the belief that
the two roads arc allied.
Land Company Incorporates.
Articles of incorporation of June Land
Company were filed in the County Clerk's
office yesterday by B. E. FIske. J. H.
Flsk and R. G. Morrow; capital. $0000.
The objects arc to deal In lands, etc.
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Government Inspectors Rec
ommend Immediate Repairs.
CITY OFFICIALS NOTIFIED
Hull Needs Recaulklng and Stiffen
ing or an Accident 3Iay Result
Prom . Breaks in the
Messrs. Edwards and Fuller. United
States Inspectors of Hulls and Boilers,
lnsneetd the fircboat George H. Will-
lams yesterday and found the hull In need
of repairs. The boat was not condemned
in the strict sense of the word, but Mayor
Lane and the Executive Board will re
ceive notification by mail stating that
the boat Is not in shape topass irispec-
Dae to Arrire.
Stexmer From. Date.
Roanoke. San Francisco Feb. 13
Senator. San Francisco Feb. 13
Aurelia. San Francisco Feb. 17
Redondo. San Francisco Feb. 17
F. A Kllburn. San FrancUco.Feb. 17
Columbia, San Francisco Feb. IS
South Bay. San Francisco. .. .Feb. 20
Numantla, Orient Feb. 22
Jeanle. San Francisco Feb. 21
Due to Depart.
Steamer Destination. Date.
Roanoke. Los Angeles Feb. 11
Northland. San Francisco Feb. 10
F. A. Kllburn. San Francisco. Feb. 10
Alliance. Eureka-Cooa Bay. ..Feb. IB
Columbia, San Francisco Feb. 20
Aurelia, San Francisco Feb. 20
Rcdondo. San Francisco Feb. 20
South Bay, San Francisco. .. .Feb. 24
Numantla, Orient liar. 1
tion. Recommendations are made to have
the craft hauled out and recaulked and
The fireboat has been leaking for some
time, so it is said. Having a blunt bow.
she crowds heavily through the water
when under her best speed, and this
causes the machinery to Jar consider
ably. The inspectors have come to the
conclusion that the hull should be mate
rially stiffened or accident may result
from some of the steam pipes working
"We have not condemned the fireboat,"
said Captain E. S. Edwards, Inspector
of Hulls, "but have ordered her hauled
out for repairs. The hull appears to be
weak In comparison to the machinery.
and there Is some danger of the steam
pipes working loose when the vessel In
crowded. The machinery Is In good shape
and in no need of an overhauling. 1 have
written a letter to the Mayor and Ex
ecutive Board Informing them of the con
dition of the hull, and I suppose they
will give the matter their attention at
the earliest possible moment. The hull
is leaking, bull good caulking will fix j
-ju. .. I
that all right."
The vessel was constructed less than
two years, ago. under designs furnished
by Architect Fred A. Ballln. The Wil
lamette Iron Works built the machinery,
subletting the contract for the hull and
woodwork to the Portland Shipbuilding
Company. Under the Federal laws only
engineers holding a license from the Gov
ernment can operate a boat of this class.
According, to the terms of their license
they are required to make regular re
ports to the Inspectors of hulls and boil
ers, and It was In this way the latter
became apprised of the vessel's condition.
She is allowed to carry but 11S pounds
of steam, but at the fire yesterday morn
ing from 200 to 250 pounds were employed,
causing tremendous vibration and cor
responding danger from explosion. These
facts were reported to the Inspectors,
with the result Indicated.
Mayor Lane was given several days In
which to make the necessary repairs, and
with that object In view will summon
several shipbuilders to a consultation at
2 o'clock this aiteraooe. and probably
test the fireboat in a spin on the river.
The builders are alleged to have claimed
that the vibrations were caused by the
heat from the boilers shrinking the tim
ber braces underneath.
Chief Campbell docs not attach much
significance to the matter, and says that
the repairs ought not to cost more than
SI25. He stated also that the fireboat
did splendid service at yesterdays fire.
practically saving the Morrison-street
bridge as well as the Davis fuel yard.
STEADIER ROAXOKE RETURNS
Will Resume Operations Between
Portland and Los Angeles.
Newly painted and In the best of trim,
the steamer Roanoke, of the North Pa
rtn siMmshlo Company, will reach the
harbor this morning, to resume operations
between this port and Los Angeles. She
will go to coiumwa aocx. w ui
charge 200 tons of freight, part of which
was picked up at Eureka. She Is sched
uled to sail for Los Angeles Wednesday
night. , . .
The Roanoke caused a surprise by arm -Ing
at 2:20 yesterday afternoon, because
she left Eureka Sunday aTtcrnoon at l
o'clock. The average time .under favor
able conditions between the two points
Is about SO hours, and the Roanoke beat
this by nearly five hours. Her Increased
speed la attributed to her new oil-burner!',
which were Installed while the vessel was
undergoing repairs at San Francisco.
Charles P. Doc, manager of the North
Pacific Steamship Company, arrived in tnc
city yesterday morning to look after ina
company's affairs here He said the
Roanoke might possibly be chartered to
Portland merchants to go on the Alaska,
run. but this will not affect the lino to
Los Angeles, for another steamer will oc
put on la the Roanoke's place should she
be turned over to the Northern run.
"We. have built up a fair business be
tween PorUand and Los Angeles, said
Mr. Doe. "and have no intention what
ever of wlthdrawlag our steamers, as
might have been rumored. The Jeanle
will go to Puget Sound occasionally for a
cargo of wheat, but the Roanoke or a
steamer of her class will continue on the
route on regular schedule." "
A meeting will be held at 3 o'clock this
afternoon by the committee working for a
line of steamers from PorUand to Alaska,
and a conference will thon be held with
Sir. Doe concerning the Roanoke
SPECIAIi CONCERT TOXIGIIT
Seamen, of Ship MUtonburn Will En
tertain at Mission.
A special concert will be given at the
Seamen's Institute this evening by the
crew of the British ship MUtonburn and
their friends. The event will be an In-
trtlne one. and will ensure the pres
ence of a large audience. Following Is
the programme: Piano solo. Mrs. uon,
song. G. Gardner, of the MUtonburn:
reading. Miss Eugenia Craig; song. G. H.
Thornley. of the MUtonburn: song. Mrs.
Ethel Webb Linxenley; sorfg. Ernest
Guthrie: xocal duet. Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ertson: reading, MIm Leota Slegner; song.
J. Binnle. of the MUtonburn; song. James
Cormack: song. Mrs. V. Gllbert-Firney-hough;
song. H. Sale: aong. A. Wilson, of
the MUtonburn; chants, seamen of the
MUtonburn; "Chantsman. the Bo'sun";
National anthems; accompanist, Mrs.
CARGO VALUED AT 5201,971
German Steamer Nlcomedla Departs
for Japanese and Chinese Ports.
Laden to tho Pllmsoll mark with flour.
neral merchandise and ffv'IT
German steamer NIcomedla. of the Port-
Innd-Aslatlc SteamshlD Company, left
down at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
bound for Japan and China. The total
value of her cargo was placed at $204,071.
Out of 1S.C3 barrels of flour. 22.33) bar
rels are consigned to dealers In Hongkong
and Shanghai, the remainder going to Yo
kohama. Kobe. Moji and Nagasaki. In
Japan. Among other freight consigned to
Japan are 2S3 bales of cotton for the mills
In MojL A shipment of lumber, measur
ing 75.375 feet. Is consigned to a dealer In
JjIXER OX FIRE.
Flames Break Out Between Decks on
HONOLULU. Feb. 12.-FIrc was discov
ered yesterday morning between decks on
the Hawaii-American Company's steamer
Texan, which arrived on Saturday from
The Laxative op
There are two classes of remedies: those of known qual
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unknown, uncertain and inferior character, acting tempo
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functions unnecessarily. One of the most exceptional of
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Fig Syrup Co., which represents the active principles of
plants, known to act most beneficially, in a pleasantsyrup,
in which the wholesome Californian blue figs are used to con
tribute their rich, yet delicate, fruity flavor. It is the remedy
of all remedies to sweeten and refresh and cleanse the system
gently and naturally, and to assist one in overcoming consti
pation and the many ills resulting therefrom. Its active princi
ples and quality are known to physicians generally, and the
remedy has therefore met with their approval, a well as with
the favor of many millions of well informed persons who know
of their own personal knowledge
tnatitis a most excellent laxative remedy. We do not claim that
it will cure all mariner of ills.but recommend it for what it really
represents, a, laxative remedy of known quality and excellence,
containing nothing of an objectionable or injurious character.
There are two classes of purchasers: those who are informed
to the quality of what they buy and
w u ucigo or exceptional meric, ana wno ao not iacK courage to go
elsewhere when a dealer offers an imitation of any well known
article; but, unfortunately, there are some people who do not know,
and who allow themselves to be imposed upon. They cannot expect
its beneficial effects if they do not get the genuine remedy.
To the credit of the druggists of the United States be it said
lat nearly all of them value their reputation for professional
integrity and the good will of their
imitations or tne
Genuine Syrup of Figs
manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., and in order
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one has only to note, when purchasing, the full name of
the Company California Fie Syrup Co. plainly printedon the
front of every package. Price,
Puget Sound, and Is lying at a wharf
here. Steam has been pumped Into the
hold through hatch No. 2 ever since the
fire broke out, but without result. It
probably will be neeeivmry to flood the
entire compartment with water.
.The vessel's cargo includes 1000 barrels
of llmo and a quantity of shingles. The
damage will be considerable, and will
cause a delay, though It Is not thought
that the vessel Is In serious danger.
Sarscnt Clears for Xew York.
ASTORIA. Or.. Feb. 12. (Special.) The
American ship C F. Sargent cleared at
the Custom-Housc today for New 3Tork
with a cargo consisting of 1.07WS4 feet
of lumber. 33.CC0 lath and ZMJS tons of
scrap steel. The lumber and lath "were
loaded at Knappton. while the steel was
taken on at Portland.
Undine Goes on Upper River.
The steamer Undine was secured yes
terdayby the D. P. &. A. N. Co. to con
nect with the steamer Bailey Gatzert at
the Cascades for The Dalles In place
of the steamer Dalles City, which sank a
few days ago at Curtis Landing while bn
the run down the river. The steamer Her
cules took a gang of workmen to raise
the wreck yesterday.
The steamer Alliance will go on the
drydock tomorrow-morning for a general
The French bark Jean Baptiste left
down yesterday morning bound for
Quccnstown or Falmouth, for orders.
The United States engineers have re
sumed surveying the harbor lines. They
expect to finish the work In a week.
The steam trawler Veronica, belonging
to Stavanger. Norway, has been lost off
the coast of Scotland with a crew or 10.
The oil carrying steamer George Loom
Is arrived In the river yesterday from
Seattle. She will proceed to San Fran
cisco after discharging at 'the tanks.
The steamer Johan Poulsen left down
last night bound for San Francisco with
7&J.0CO feet of lumber. She will stop at
Su Helens to take on about 50.000 feet
The steamer Northland arrived from
San Francisco late last night. Owing to
lack of space at the Couch-street wharf
her inward cargo will be discharged at
the foot of Oak street.
A dispatch from London states that the
International Mercantile Marine Company
proposes to compete more actively for the
Canadian trans-Atlantic traffic during the
coming season. This promised competi
tion Is expected to stop the movement
for an agreement on a minimum freight
Domestic and Foreign Ports.
ASTORIA. Feb. 12. Condition of the bar
at 3 P. M.. amooth; lijtht west wind,
weather clear. Arrived at 7:20 and left up
at ,0:30 A. M., steamer Northland, from San
Francisco; arrived down at 0 A. M- and
alled at 2:0 r. M.. British bark Afon
Alaw, for Runlcorn: arrived at 2:40 and left
up at S P. M.. steamer Koanoke. from San
FrancUco; arrived at S:40 P. M., steamer
Geo. Loo mil, from San FrancUco and Se
attle: sailed at 5:55 P. M., steamer Asuncion,
for San Francisco.
San Francisco. Feb." 12. Arrived Schoon
er Henry Wilson, from Graj-a Harbor.
Sailed At -I P. 1L. steamer Cascade, for
Portland; steamer Centralis, for Gray's Har
bor; steamer Olympic, for San Pedro.
Seattle. Feb. 12. Arrived Steamer Lee
Ianaw. from 'Treadwell; steamer Excelsior,
from Juneau. Sailed Steamer Georee
LoomlH. for San FrancUco; steamer City of
Topeka. for San Francisco.
Coos Bay. Feb. 12. Sailed Steamer Homer
for San Francisco; steamer M. F. Plant, for
Shanghai. Feb. 12. Arrived previously
Steamer Tremont. from Tacoma. for Manila.
VIcu of Primary- law.
u I lam Holmes, an attorney of
Salom. wm In Portland yesterday on
poiitici.l business. Mr. Holmes savs
there Is a grave question Un his mind
whether the direct primary law means
just what It says. Mr. Holmes believes
that the proper legal Interpretation of
he primary law. means if It means
anything, that the Republican members
of the Legislature as well as the Dem
ocratic members, of which latter be
thinks there will be many, should vote
for the man receiving the largest num
ber of votes In this state for United
States Senator, and he ought to bo the
choice of the Legislature for the po
Found Bead in Bed.
Michael McDonald, aged S3 years, was
found dead In bed in a room of Mrs,
Scbrocder s home. Delay and Knott
streets, yesterday, afternoon. It Is sup
posed death was due to heart disease. A
j brother living at Chlco. Wash, has been
and from actual experience .
the reasonsfor the excellence
customers too highly to offer
50c per bottle. One size only.
AFTER THE GRIP AND WASTING
. FEVERS THE BLOOD IS BAD.
Williams Pink Pills Actually
Make New Blood and Good
The evfl effects that follow many dis
eases particularly tho grip and the
wasting fevers, such as typhoid and '
malaria, are caused by the bad condition 1
in which these diseases leave the blood.
As a result, the flesh continues to fall
away, the sufferer grows nervous and
irritable, and even slight exertion causes
shortness of breath. These are danger
ous symptoms and indicate that the
system is in a state that invites pneu
monia, bronchitis or even consumption.
"WTiat is needed is a new supply of rich,
red blood to carry health and strength
I to every part of the body. Such a.
S r c - t i b i . t ,
specinc uas oeen xouua ana in n mi areas
of cases it has been proven that Dr.
Williams Pink Pills for Pale People
have accomplished this result.
' I was all run down from the effects
of the grip," says Mrs. Amelia Hall, of
Kb. 5 High street, Jfbrwich Conn., "and
could not seem to get strength to walk;
could not eat a full meal, my stomach
was so weak, and I was so nervous that
I could not sleep. I could only stay in
oea a iew minutes at a tune, euner mgnc
or day. The least little thing would
startle me. I had difficulty in breath
ing, had frequent fainting spells and
felt that every hour would be my last.
"My general health was completely
wrecked and I had neuralgic and rheu
matic pains, dyspepsia, constipation,
and f omnia weakness. My physician at
tended me tor the grip and again for
the condition that it left me in, but I
got no strength from the tonics he pre
scribed. In fact, nothing Jielped'me
until I tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
and they cured me.
I grew stronger and earned flesh
from the time I began taking them. I
am satisfied that the pills are all that is
claimed for them and X shall always do
all I can to make their good qualities
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are guaran
teed to be free from stimulating or harm
ful drugs of any description and may be
taken without fear or nrjury to the most
delicate system. They quickly cure ner
vous disorders of every kind, check
wastiug diseases and build up strength.
At all druggists, or direct from the Dr.
Williams Medicine Co.. Schenectady.
N". Y., post-paid on receipt of price, 50
cents per box, six boxes for ?2.o0.
" Cares Whllo Yea SltepJ
Whooping-Co u g h , Croup,
Confidence can be placed in a rem
edy, which for a quarter of a century
has earned unqualified praise. Restful
nights are assured at once.
Cresolene is a Boon to Asthmatics
SjmJ iaslal for de
Throat Tablets for the
irritated throat, of
us. 16c in stamps.
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TWO OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY
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To and from Spo
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Minneapolis: JJuluimu.ou pm
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To and from St.
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Points East Via I
Great Northern Steamship Co.
Sailing from Seattle for Japan and
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8. S. Dakota. March. 12.
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-i :Z0 P. M
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8:25 A. M.
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Astoria and .Columbia
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Leaves. J UNION DEPOT.
For Maygers. Rainier,
Clifton. Astoria. War
renton. Flavel. Ham
8:00 A, M.
11:20 A. M.
mond. Fort Stevens.
Gearhart Park. Sea
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shore. 7:00 P. M.
0:30 P. M.
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Phone Main 906.
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April 1. 11. 21.
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Berths and Meals Included. "
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Wednesday and Friday.
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