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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. TUESDAY. JULY 30, 1907.
HIS ACT 110 CRIME
Law Winks at Passing - of
Bottle on Sunday.
SAM PHEGLEY SET FREE
Police Judge Cameron Holds That
Deed of Good Samaritan Is Not
Punishable Under Court
"Whisky, whisky everywhere but not a
drop to drink," thus Oeorse Hlggina
mentally paraphrased a famous poem as
he loitered in the rear of Blazier's saloon
Friend you look thirsty," said a voice
in Hlsrglns' ear, at the same time passing
a bottle to him.
"You're a gentleman, sure," stammered
Higglns, "and I thank you." But hardly
had the bottle touched his lips when Offi
cer Anderson In plain clothes happened
along and addressing the men inquired
who owned the bottle of whisky. Ac
cording to the officer's testimony. Bam
Phegley, one of the men present ac
knowledged the ownership of the whisky.
then, reco g n i x i n g
Officer Anderson de
nied he had any
thing to do with it.
On the stand Hig
glns declared1 the
whisky was given
him by a man he
did not know and
that Phegley was
not standing treat
as charged. The evi
dence for the prose
cution failed to
prove that the li
quor was intoxicat
ing. In his decision
Judge Cameron said
he did not think the
cases of this kind
that the passing of
a bottle to a friend,
who was to take a
drink and return the
bottle was not a vio
lation of the Sunday
closing law. The
court cited the decis
ion of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania in cases like this which was to the
effect that the law had not been violated
in a similar case.
"It is- the intent and purpose for which
the liquor is given that makes the crime,"
said the Judge. "The defendant will be
By the decision of the Municipal Court
yesterday morning two life-long friends
were separated. Leander Farran and
Jim Fitzgerald, members in good-standing
of Vagrancy Lodge. Order of Booze
fighters, arrived in Portland last Satur
day and sought
q u a r t er a for the
tions being limited
they were on the
verge of despair lest
they should be
forced to seek rooms
at the Hotel Camer
' on. Experience had
not failed them along
this line, however,
for many a time a
like fate had over
taken them. With
the assistance of one
of Mr. Harriman's
boxcars .they had
Farren. "my memory
tells me friend Ed
ward has a boxcar in
"Truly spoken, old
pal," returned Jim,
"let us hasten lest
there also we find
ourselves c r o w d ed
Fortune smiled upon these Sons of
Rest in their last hope and soon they
were nestled snugly in the corner of the
But their good fortune began to frown
for the eagle eye of the law detected
their whereabouts and thus the Hotel
Cameron was not cheated after all.
"What do you plead?" asked the Judge.
"Guilty," answered the pair.
"I think you two have traveled together
long enough. . It's time you changed
"But, your honor " interrupted Far
ran. "Yes, I know," said the Judge, "I'll let
you leave first. Mr. Fitzgerald may
remain here awhile so as to give you a
With a last look of farewell the com
rades parted but who doubts but that
there will be a reunion in the near future
perhaps in a boxcar.
PRINCIPLES OF PARTIES
County Judge Jewell Gives Impres
sions of Current Politics.
GRANTS PASS, Or.. July 29 (To the
fcdltor.) The Oregonian of last Thursday
contained an article over the signature of
Judge Stephen A. Lowell, of Pendleton, which
rallies a few questions that are worthy of
The Judge is certainly correct In hup state
ment that Roosevelt la not a Democrat and
that Bryan la not a Rejmbllcan. But he U
iuet a little faulty in hta definition of Repub
lcan and Democratic principles. It Is true
that the Republican party stand for protective
tariff, centralization of government and lib
eral constructloa of the constitution (or more
correctly speaking, loose construction of the
constitution), and that the Democratlo party
opposes all of these, but It la not true that
the Republican iparty holds to sound money
and that the Democratic party holds to cheap
tnoney. The real Democrats of thia country
believe that money la simply a medium of
exchange and not a commodity of speculation.
We believe that the money trust Is the most
Bangerous and most demoralizing of all
Judge Lowell tells us that Mr. Roosevelt
stands opposed to "tariff for revenue only.
Cheap money, state rights and strict con
struction of the constitution." If this b true,
(hen It Is clear that the President Is not a
Democrat. Of course, we deny that "cheap
tnoney" la any part of our Democracy. "We
lo claim, however, that the nights of the
Kates and of the individual citizen should
be respected. We also believe that no state
ftr Individual ha a right t trespass upon the
tight of other states or Individual. In
Ihls we are very far from being in harmony
with our Republican brethren. And to the
violation of this principle of American
democracy can be traced all of the moral
tnd political evils that have ever afflicted this
tr any other country.
If each individual citizen could learn to re
inject the rights of all other clttzens and each
government learn to respect the fights of all
trther governments. It would not be long un
til the Republican party would be out of
luslness. The present Republican high tariff
L purely in the Interest of the few against
he many. In fact, the beneficiaries of high
larlff. land monopoly, railroad extortion, bank
Eg privileges and all other trust-produclag
lauses are here by the grace of Republican
awmaker. The cause were incorporated
into our administrative policy over the protest
of the Democratic party.
Our Republican friend are very inconsistent
in their present attitude towards the trust
magnate. These gentlemen are the legitimate
production of Republican legislation. The trust-,
producing eed was sown 40 years ago and a
long as its fruit was confined to the South
and the Philippine Islands, Republican con
vention were pleased to "point with pride."
The present administration Is wasting it
energy at the wrong end of the trust evil.
What good will It do to prosecute a few of
the fortuats fellows in the trust gang and let
the system Itself continue? Why not begin
at the right place and destroy the cause of
corruption? A long as the causes of political
corruption exist, it I wrong to prosecute
men who are making use of these causes. The
present administration openly Indorses our
present banking system, our' present high
tariff system, our Plnkerton system, our rail
road system and the disgraceful tyranny that
has been exercised for the past eight years in
the Philippines. And until some effort I
made to remove these blot from our Ameri
can civilization, thinking men will regard the
present "trust howl" as a grand farce.
PLANS STILL UNREVEALED
Speculation Rife Concerning Mount
Hood Railway's Line Location.
GRESHAM, Or., July 29. (Special.) In
terest in the railroad Is Increasing, since
it became definitely known that the pro
jectors of the Mount Hood line were real
ly at work. The extensive preparations
and actual work being done at Bull Run
have had the effect of producing much
speculation as to where the road will be
located through that portion of the county-
between Montavilla and the Sandy
Not a foot of right of way has been se
cured yet, so far as known, although
several surveys have been made. The
camp locator of Mason & Davis, railroad
contractors, is here, however, seeking
available spots on which to settle con
struction crews. He has made a guarded
statement that work will begin at Cleone,
where a tralnload of tools, engines and
other material is now being unloaded. His
camps will be located about every three
miles from Cleone to Bull Run.
From all appearances the company will
be at work within a week throwing dirt,
and it has been said that the road will be
built first and right of way secured af
terward. A telephone wire has been strung upon
the poles of the Pacific Telephone &
Telegraph Company from Portland to
Sandy. From there the Mount Hood peo
ple will make their own line to Bull Run.
Such a service will be sufficient until
they can erect their own line all the way,
along their railway track.
Teams are still hauling machinery and
material to Bull Run and men are being
employed as fast as possible, the wages
being from $2. BO to 13 a day.
It has been reported by those who pro
fess to know that the line will run south
from Cleone, crossing the Base Line
about half a mile west of the Twelve
Mile House. From that point it will
make a detour toward Gresham, but
leaving that place half a mile to the
south. Then it will follow an easy grade
to the mouth of Bull Run River, where
the power plant is being installed.
Future developments will be eagerly
looked for by the people of this section,
as many are very much interested in the
location of the road, as affecting their
WILIi ERECT OFFICE BUILDING
Mount Hood Railway Buys Site on
the East Side.
The Mount Hood Railway Company
has just purchased from E. J. Latimer
the southwest corner quarter on Union
avenue and East Stark street for $15.
000. At present the quarter 13 not oc
cupied, but it is announced that the
purchase was made for the purpose
of erecting a four-story brick for the
offices of the Mount Hood Railway
Company This company has made nu
merous purchases on East Stark street
and owns the northwest quarter on
East Stark street and Union avenue,
besides several lots and quarters be
tween Union and Grand avenues. East
Stark street is being filled rapidly,
and the Impression is general that this
company will have its entrance to the
city on this street.
ANNOYANCES AT YAQUINA
Is Anybody In Authority Over Rail
road Operations There?
PORTLAND, July 29. (To the Editor.)
The matter of the annoyance caused
that portion of the public who are in
convenienced by the existing rules whlci
require a person purchasing a round-trip
ticket to Newport to he virtually forced
to go there can, in my estimation, be
very easily remedied by having their
tickets validated at the summit, as was
the method for a long time.
Lincoln County, more than any other
undeveloped county in the State of Ore
gon, requires settlers, and it certainly
is pretty rough on them after looking
over the country all day and getting to
Eddyville, Elk City or Toledo, to find
the train gone and to be forced to re
main over all day in order to go to New
port and remain there all night to get
his ticket validated next morning.
Lincoln County is a land of great pos
sibilities and besides its agricultural,
dairying, fishing and pomological re
sources to my certain knowledge con
tains vast undeveloped deposits of iron
and copper; also coal. Many settlers are
expected, so I ask the officials of the C.
& E., however much they may personally
object, to accommodate the public; to
do so in this Instance more especially as
the road now belongs to the Harriman
system and there is a strong impression
abroad that Mr. Harriman likes to have
productive property along his lines.
To my certain knowledge the Southern
Pacific officials in Portland have done
all they can to retrieve this annoyance,
but every time we enquire why "some
thing" has not been done we are in
formed it is up to a C. & E. 'official at
Albany named Nevins. So, Mr. Nevlns,
"here's hopin'." F. J. PARKER.
Gresham Grange Plans Fair.
GRESHAM, Or., July 29. (Special.) A
committee from Gresham Grange has
taken the first definite steps toward
holding a county fair at this place. The
committee, consisting of John F. Roberts,
Theodore Brugger, H. E. Davis, Timothy
Brownhill. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shottuch
and Mrs. Marie Dinger, has issued a letter
of invitation to all the granges in the
county and numerous business men and
others, who will be asked to take an
active part in making the fair and
carnival a success. A meeting has been
called for next Thursday afternoon at 1
o'clock to make further arrangements and
to which those invited, are expected to at
tend. MORE CHEAP RATES.
On August 8, 9 and 10 the Canadian
Pacific will again place on sale round
trip excursion tickets to Eastern points
at very low rates. Passengers routed
via Spokane, via Seattle and Sumas, or
via Victoria and Vancouver. For full
particulars call on or address F. R.
Johnson, G. A. P. D., Portland, Or.
KISKR FOK BOCVEXIR PHOTOS.
Northwest Scenery Imperial Hotel.
Cross Wash, street to the other side
number 289 where you will find the
best values in men's furnishings. Sale
Lighthouse Tender Reaches
Port From the North.
CAPTAIN WERLICH HOME
Supplies Delivered to All Stations
and Equipment Inspected Vessel
Absent on Trip 72. Days.
News of the Waterfront.
Captain P. J. Werlich, Inspector of
the Thirteenth Lighthouse District, re
turned yesterday from the North, where
he has been for the past 70 days on a
tour of Inspection. Captain Werlich
arrived in Seattle Sunday on the tender
During the time the Inspector was in
Alaskan waters a number of changes
were made in the aids to navigation
in those regions. These have been
By Captain T. J. Macgenn, Master 8.
He'd a noble mind and his heart was
And his mil was full of devotion;
His bearing was bold, like Vikings of
Who conquered the tracklea ocean.
He was my friend, brave to the end.
And for him I ever will mourn.
The ocean's wave ne'er made a grav
For a braver man than Doran.
published in the official notices to
mariners. . The Armerla also carried
500 tons of provisions for points in
Alaska, and delivered them to various
stations between Juneau, Nome and St
On the westward trip all machinery
and appliances of the various stations
was inspected by Mr. Wright, of the
Engineer' Office. The Armerla will
take a small quantity of coal on the
Sound, and will proceed to Astoria.
DREDGE RIVER BELOW SALEM
Engineers Dig Channel, Pull Snags
and Build a Dam.
SALEM, Or., July 29. (Special.) In
connection with the work of the United
States Engineers' snag-puller, Math
loma, which is pulling snags from the
channel of the Willamette River a few
miles below this city, a portion of the
$60,000 appropriated by Congress for
improvement of the Willamette Is be
ing expended in dredging the main
channel of the river to a depth of four
feet over the shallow bars by Dipper
Dredge No. 2, in command of Foreman
Henry Griffin. The Mathloma is mak
ing good progress in the work - of
stump-pulling, and is assisting the
Besides deepening the channel the
crews of the Mathloma and Dipper
Dredge are building a 1000-yard rock
revetment and a wing dam at Wheat
land, to keep the river from cutting
through into Lambert Slough. This
work will entail the expense of several
thousand dollars and will be of great
value to the owners of property below
that point whose lands are inundated
and damaged to no small extent when
ever there le a freshet In the river.
It is expected that the dredger will
go farther up the river, when it has
finished its task below here, and open
the channel as far as the limit of the
appropriation will permit, in the effort
to restore navigation toward Eugene.
ORDERED TO SAX FRAXCISCO
Assistant Inspectors Wjnn and
Howe Leave Portland.
Assistant Inspectors Howe and Wynn,
who have been attached to the office of
Local Inspectors Edwards and Fuller for
Due to Arrive.
Name. From Date.
Nome City... San Francisco
Costa Rica. .Coos Bay In port
Roanoke Los Angeles. .. .July SO
Alliance Coo Bay July 81
Redondo Seattle Aug. 1
Breakwater. . San Francisco. .Aug. 8
JohanPouleen San Francisco. . Aug. 8
Geo. W. Elder San Pedro Aug. 8
Numantla. . . .Hongkong Aug. 18
Arabia Hongkong Sept. IT
Alesla Hongkong Oct. 10
Scheduled to Depart.
Name. For Data.
Nome City. . San Pedro. ...
Costa Rica. . San Francisco. July SO
Roanoke Los Angeles. .. .Aug. 1
Alliance Coo Bay Aug. S
Redondo Seattle Aug. 4
Breakwater. . Coos Bay Aug. B
Nlcomedla. .. Hongkong Aug. 6
Geo. W. ElderSan Pedro Aug. 8
JohanPoulsenSa-n Francisoo. . Aug. lO
Numantia... Hongkong Aug. IS
Arabia Hongkqng Sept. 35
Alesla Hongkong Oct. 30
Costa Rica, Am. steamship (Ma
son), with general cargo from Saa
Argyll, Am. steamship (Thomp
son), with fuel oil from Port Har
ford. W. S. Porter, Am. steamship (Mac
Donald), with 45,000 barrels of fuel
oil from Monterey.
W. S. Porter. Am, steamship (Mae
Donald), wtth 839 empty gasoline
drum, for Gaviota.
Argyll. Am', ataaxnahlp (Thomp
son), with ballast for Port Harford.
Costa Rica, Am. steamship (Ma
son), with general cargo for San
the past six months, have been ordered
to report to the office of the inspectors
in San Francisco. Till six months ago,
they were stationed in the Bay City, but
then for, the betterment of the service,
were shifted to Portland. The order for
their return to the former post came by
wire yesterday from Captain John Ber
mingham, supervising Inspector for the
first district, embracing from Southern
California to Alaska.
Whether Assistant Inspectors Ames and
We'.den, who were shifted at that time
to Seattle, will be ordered back to Port
land is not known to Fuller and Edwards.
Steamer Orinoco a Total Loss.
.HALIFAX. N. S., July 29. The West
India steamer Orinoco, which went ashore
oft Cape Sable Friday, will probably be a
total loss. She has been practically
In Drydock at Aberdeen.
ABERDEEN, Wash., Juljr 38. (Special.)
The schooner Watson A. West came in
last night without a tug, sailing to her
dock safely. She will be placed on the
drydock for a general overhauling and
may be laid up here.
Small Boat to Make Long Voyage.
ASTORIA, Or., July 28. (Special.) The
gasoline launch Alaska Chief crossed out
yesterday afternoon for the Shakan Can
nery Company's plant which is located
about 100 miles south of Fort Wrangle.
The little craft will go via the outside
passage and is the first boat of her class
to attempt the trip.
Barkentine Griffith Goes Out.
ASTORIA, Or., July 29. (Special.)
The barkentine J. M. Griffith cleared
at the Custom-House today for Re
dondo with a cargo of 700.000 feet of
railway ties loaded at Stella,
Winkleman Reaches Hoquiam.
HOQUIAM. Wash., July 29. (Special.)
The barkentine Mary Winkleman, Captain
Jacohsen, arrived here today being 33
days out from San Francisco. Head
winds and calm weather were the cause
of the long trip.
Marine . Notes.
The oil tank steamer Argyll will leave
down at daylight this morning.
The steamer Alliance sailed from Marsh
field yesterday. She will reach Portland
at daylight tomorrow morning.
The steamship Breakwater for Coos
Bay points sailed last night with a full
passenger list and about 100 tons of cargo.
The steamship Costa Rica will sail at 9
o'clock this morning for San Francisco.
All available passenger accomodations are
The steamer Excelsior arrived up from
San Francisco yesterday. In spite of the
low charters she Is still engaged in the
R. D. Cannon, city editor of the Evening
Telegram, telegraphed from Eureka yes
terday that his sister Stella, one of the
survivors of the Columbia wreck, is rapid
ly recovering in the Eureka Hospital.
Arrivals and Departures.
PORTLAND, July 29. Arrived Steamer
Excelsior, from San Francisco; schooner James
Rolph, from 6an Francisco, for Westport;
barkentine, J. N. Griffith, from Ban Fran
cisco, at Goble. Called Steamship Break
water, for Coos Bay. Arrived fiteamer Ar-
gyle. from Port Harford; steamer W. ' B.
Barker, from Gaviota.
Astoria, July 29. Condition of the bar at
6 P. M., smooth; wind, northwest, 24 miles;
weather clear. Arrived down at 10 P. M.,
last night Barkentine J. M. Griffith. Left
up at 4 A. M. Schooner Jas. Rolph. Arrived
at 7 and left up at 7:30 A. M. Steamer Ex
celsior, from Sen Franclaco.
San Franclaco. July 29. Arrived last night
Steamer Casco, from Portland.
Havre, July 29. Arrived July 27 French
barks Ville de Dijon, from Portland; 1 dam
aged. Bremen, July 29 Arrived Grosser Kur
furst, from New York.
San Francisco, July 29. Sailed Brig W.
"W. G. Irwin, for Roche Harbor; steamer
Santa Monica, for Gray's Harbor.
Arrived Steamer Centralla, from Gray's
Harbor; steamer Temple B. Dorr, from Gray'
Habor; steamer William M. Murphy, from
Gray's Harbor; steamer Wasp, from Gray's
Harbor; steamer Olympic, from Belllngham;
steamer Hoquiam, from Hoquiam.
Tides at Astoria Tuesday.
4:81 A. M....7.T feet10:58 A. M O.T foot
B:l P. M 8.4 feetll:47 P. M 1.8 feet
At the Theaters
What the Press Agents Bay.
'STORY OF GOLDEX FLEECE"
Nance O'Xeil's New Drama Makes a
Hit at the Marquam.
Last night was a night of triumph for
America's greatest actress when she pro
duced for the first time on any stage the
new- mythological drama by Henry Kirk.
The Search for the Golden Fleece." In
the powerful role of the Princess Media.
Miss O'Nell created a veritable sensation,
and after the third act was tendered one
of the most enthusiastic ovations ever
known tn a local theater.
Tramps Infest La Grande.
LA GRANDE. Or., July 29. (Special.)
The town is overrun wtth hoboes and
many thefts, some of considerable magni
tude, have been committed. Nineteen
tramps were run out a couple of days
ago, among whom was C J. Dent, locally
known as "the Portland Prince." He has
often been in the city jail and boasts of
having "done up" a Portland officer.
Falls Dead In Drugstore.
PENDLETON, Or., July 29. (Special.)
Charles Swain, a civil engineer of Milton,
and an assistant to the State Engineer,
died suddenly of heart disease in a drug
store in this city this morning. He
walked into the store to get relief from a
pain in the heart and expired before a
prescription could be filled. He was
about 40 years of age, and is survived by
a wife and several children.
Rich red blood naturally results from
taking Hood's Sarsaparllla. It tones the
When the blood becomes infected with unhealthy humors the effect is
shown on the skin in the form of pimples, rashes, eruptions, or some other
type of skin disease. These humors circulating in the blood, come in con
tact with the delicate tissues and fibres of the skin and produce irritation
and inflammation, and often excessive itching and burning. Trying to cure
skin troubles with external applications is treating the effect instead of the
cause. Such treatment perhaps allays some of the itching and discomfort,
but does not reach the blood where the real source of troubles lies. A thor
ough cleansing of the blood is the only cure for humors in the blood.
S. S. S., a gentle acting, safe blood purifier, is the proper treatment. It goes
down into the circulation and neutralizes the humors and removes them from
the blood. 8. S. S. supplies the blood with the fresh, healthy properties
necessary to sustain the skin and keep it free from disease. S. S. S. cures
Eczema, Tetter, Acne, Salt Rheum, pimples, boils, rashes, and all other
skin affections and diseases, because it purifies the blood and removes the
humors which are responsible for the trouble. Book on Skin Diseases
and any medical advice desired sent free to all who write.
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LOVE'S DREAM SHUTTERED
IRATE FATHER FOILS YOUTH
Prevents 17-Year-Old Charles
Breckinridge From Joining
Grace Nolan in Tacoma.
An elopement out of the ordinary, was
brought to sudden grief last night by the
police, when Charles Breckinridge, 17
years of age, was arrested by Patrolman
Ben Peterson. The lad is in love with
Grace Nolan, a 16-year-old miss, who
until yesterday lived with her parents
near the North Paclflo Mills, North Port
land. She is now In Tacoma, waiting in
vain for her boy lover, who made bold
to carry out a plan to marry her in the
City of Destiny. Breckenridge placed the
girl on board a Northern Pacific train
at Linnton, instructing her to get off at
Tacoma and meet him when the follow
ing train should pull in. He declined to
accompany her, he said, because he
feared the police would be on the lookout
for him and arrest him.
Miss Nolan's father caused the arrest
of Breckinridge, but only after the latter
had played a clever and all but success
ful game to win the girl of his heart.
Young Breckinridge, who came from Ta
coma six weeks ago found employment in
a local foundry, boarded and roomed at
the Nolan home. He fell in love with
the daughter. Last night he said he did
not approve of the way her father made
her work. He therefore determined that
he would take the case into his own
hands and better her condition himself.
He decided on an elopement and pro
ceeded at once to carry out his plans.
Tacoma, his old home, seemed the best
place to go, but before he could get
away from the city with his sweetheart
her father learned of his Intentions and
located .him; taking him to task for his
duplicity. Nolan finally arranged that
young Breckinridge should bring Miss
Nolan back to her home and let matters
rest. Instead of keeping his promise
Breckinridge met the girl again and took
her to St. Johns at which place he secured
a boat and rowed her across the river to
Linnton. There he placed her aboard the
Tacoma train, and telling her he would
follow her. He was arrested on his re
turn to Portland.
This morning the police will take Miss
Nolan lnto custody in Tacoma and send
GEN. PICKETT NEAR DEATH
Technically Under Arrest Since Bat
tle of Cold Harbor.
WORCESTER, Mass., July 29. General
Joslah Pickett, 86 years of age, end a
veteran of the Civil War, is said to be
dying here, technically a military pris
oner. He has been under arrest, it Is
said, ever since the battle of Cold Har
bor, and has declared that he will die
Pickett was Colonel of the Twenty
fifth Massachusetts during the fighting at
Cold Harbor, and In a fit of anger in the
heat of the fight replied roughly to Gen
eral Stannard, his superior. The latter
placed ilm under arrest and took his
Later Pickett was commended by Stan
nard for gallantry in the Cold Harbor
battle while heading a charge, but the
record of arrest was never changed, and
General Pickett has been officially under
arrest ever since.
Almost Killed by Elephant.
NEW YORK, July 29. Gunda, an ele
phant In the Bronx Park Zoological Gar
dens, which amuses crowds by picking up
the nuts thrown him and carefully hoard
ing them, all but killed a man he be
lieved was trying to rob him. The man
is Otto Hoffman, a keeper. Hoffman has
had 16 years' experience with wild ani
mals, but had been Gunda's keeper for
only a week, and was evidently Ignorant
of the animal's idiosyncrasies. He was
on the point of picking up a cent, which
had rolled out of the reach of Gunda's
trunk, when the animal flew into a rage,
grabbed him and dragged him into the
cage. By clinging to the elephant's tusks
the keeper managed to keep himself from
being trodden to death. Other keepers
prodded the animal with pitchforks until
Hoffman could get out of the cage. When
he did so he fainted. A doctor found the
man was badly bruised and had a crushed
rib and a bruised liver. He is in a se
Hear Complaints September 2.
SALEM. Or., July 29. (Special.) The
Railroad Commission this afternoon set
Monday, September 2, at 1 o'clock P. M.,
in room 202 Commercial block, Portland,
for the hearing of the complaint of the
Federated Onion-Growers' Associations,
of Multnomah and Yamhill Counties,
against the alleged excessive and pro
hibitive freight rates charged for hauling
onions and potatoes from Beaverton and
intermediate points on the Hlllsboro
branch to Portland, and upon fertilizer
from Portland to the points indicated.
The complaint was answered by the
Southern Pacific Company denying the
charges of excessive and unreasonable
o BLOOD HUMOUS
Itching, Blee3in.. Pro
without pain or cutting-.
Call or writs
DR. T. J. PIERCE
181 First St Portland. Or.
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What "Weakness" Is
And How I Cure It
So-called "Weakness" is merely a symptom
' of chronic Inflammation in the prostate
gland, brought on by excesses, early dissipa
tion or by the Improper treatment of some
contracted disease. A complete and radical
cure is, therefore, a question of restoring the
prostate eland to its normal state, and this
I accomplish promptly and completely with
out the use of Internal remedies. My treat
ment is a local one entirely. It is original
and scientific, and has been proven absolute
ly effective by thousands of tests. I am con
vinced that by no other methods can full and
permanent restoration of strength and vigor
My colored chart ihowlng the male DR. TAYLOR,
anatomy free at office. The Leadlna Specialist.
Men's Diseases Only
My methods for treating Men's Diseases differ from those of almost
all other specialists in two essential particulars. They cure permanent
ly; and while mild and gentle in action, do their work quickly and ef
fectually. I have passed the experimental stage. Sixteen years of suc
cessful practice enables me to treat every patient with a certainty of
effecting a cure.
You are invited to call upon me in personal consultation, or to write
regarding your case. I will gladly render such assistance as I can in
the way of helpful suggestions.
SPECIFIC BLOOD POISON.
I permanently cure this most hideous
of all blood diseases. I employ harm
less blood-cleansing remedies that pos
itively drlvs the very last taint of
virus from the system, and every
symptom vanishes to appear no more.
My treatment for stricture is entire
ly Independent of surgery. A com
plete cure Is accomplished without cut
ting or dilating. All growths and ob
structions In the urinary passage are
dissolved, the membranes cleansed, and
all Irritation or congestion removed
throughout the organs involved.
the DR. TAYLOR .
234H MORRISOX STREET, CORNER SECOND STREET,
Wa know just what we can do,
new methods and treatment.
See Us First and You Will Not Have So
So Many Doctor's Fees to Pay
Are you suffering from Indiscretions, Weakness, Spermatorrhoea,
Kldner. Bladder, Dribbling Urine or Prostatic Troubles, or Contracted
Blood Disease. Varicocele, Hydrocele, Swellings, Rupture, Ulcers, Sores;
Bkln Disease or any troublesome, long-standing, deep-seated dlseasoT
If so, consult us at once.
WRITE If you cannot call. All correspondence strictly confidential
and all replies sent In plain envelopes.
HOURS 9 A. M. to S P. M.; Evenings, 7 to 8:30; Sundays, 8 A. M. to
CORNER SBCOXD AND YAMHILL.
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J11 1 "ve been afflicted for over twenty years.
n i"" ay that Caaearet have (Wen me mat
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if The Bowel
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I cure varicocele by absolutely pain
less treatment. No cutting, no raus
tlo. A permanent cure accomplished
in one week's time.
Many men make the mistake of at
tempting to cure themselves by the uae
of patent nostrums. All contracted
diseases are dangerous unless treated
promptly and scientifically. A partial
cure may result In loss of sexual pow
er through Injury to the prostate
Kland. My treatment is prompt and
absolutely Infallible. -
We Cure Men
ESTABLISHED .37 YEARS IX PORTLAND.
NO PAY UNLESS CURED
Come today to the SUCCESSFUL Specialists
who number their PERFECT Cures by the
THOUSAND! You want a PERMANENT
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STREETS, PORTLAND, OREGON.
C. GEE WO
Root and Herb
Has made a life study
of roots and herbs, and
in that study discovered
and Is slvlng to the
world his wonderful
No Mercury, Poisons or Dras-s TTsel He
Cures Without Operation, or Without the
Aid of the Knife. He guarantees to cure
Catarrh. Asthma. Lung. Throat, Rheuma
tism. Nervousness. Nervous Debility, Btom
ach. LJver, Kidney Troubles; also Lost Man
hood. Female Weakness and All Private
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The C. Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Co
1624 First St., tor. Morrison,
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