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Steamer State of California
Returns to the Portland
San Francisco Run.
CHANGE EFFECTIVE MAY 9
Captain .Nopanrtrr to Take Command
of tho Mate VohtI Operated
for Years in the Service or
the O. It. A X. Company.
, Saturday morninit. May 2, the sienmfhlp
Senator, which ha ben op. rating he
tofn rortland and San hYancliico. In tho
erire or in, han rranrtaoo and Portland
. Hti-amahlp Company, will sail tor th Call-
j'miiih mfu opotia on nr last voyage rrom
I'nrtlunH In lha .riUa r.t , 1, a ..... ..........
The run of the Senator will he taken
fy tne uteamiihlp State of California,
rlBi-o and San Diego under the house flag
of the Paelhe Coast tfteamahip Company.
The State run will be taken by the
eif-arnsnip wueen, ann me tTeaident will
gn on the Seattle route.
The State of California will he com
manded by Captain Ll. N. Nopander. now
master of the Senator. Captain Nopander
ban been in the nervlr of the Paoltlc
oast company ror the past 30 years.
The Mint, of I'allf.irnl. .... v....
Portland and San Franilsro for many
years ior me oia . K. & n. company,
alternating with the Columbia and the
l!eo. W. Mder. file waa built at Philadel
phia In 1T. Her hull is constructed of
iron and she measures lirtn tona net. She
is a speeny vessel and during her palmy
m.w iiiHiiiiHinpa a ntne-aay schedule be
iween l'orllan.1 and San rrancisco.
rnoTW'T AIUS TO xavigatiox
Il(rtithiir Tender Armeria Ticks
l'j Buoys on the Columbia.
The llRhthouse tender Armeria arrived
up last niitht from Astoria. She has been
enftaa-eri In picking up buoys between
Xlflllttt IVlfnn Bn nMlii.J T . ...
will remain In Portland for several days
arier wntcn sne will procid to Seattle
for repairs, prior to her annual trip to
The high water in the Columbia has
endangered the aids to navigation and
the Government officials decided that it
would be to the best Interests of both
me department and pilots to pick up the
eimr nuoys Dciore tney were carried away.
It will be much rafter to reset them
when the water falls than to secure new
otea nd make a survey.
J'OMOXA IS IX COMMISSION'
r-teamer Hot urns to Hun on the I'p
The steamer Pomona, of the Oregon
City Transportation Company, went Into
roinml&slon yesterday morning and started
nn her firs Irln nit,,... ot... ..
at the way of the Portland Ship-butldlng
. iMiipany. me steamer uregona was
placed on the ways for her annual over
hauling. She will be ready for service at
inc pnn oi iour weeks.
Captain J. N. Graham, master of the
Government anairhnnr X , V. 1 .
Ihe trip up the Wlllametre on the Pomona
ior die purpose oi locating the gravel
bars on the Cpper Willamette. He will
mnke a rennrt to tha lTntA.4 c.. 1 -
Kineers and the Matliloma will then go
Into ..nmrnlaalnn Tk . I.... . .
. . . .....-,'. nc inner i-rau nas
oven xiea up ior some time.
AKGO AS1IORK AT KKL KIVKH
tetcnm Schooner Tiles Cp on Cali-
i for n la Coast.
EVREKA, Cal., April . The Table
Rluff. Or., wireless telegraph station re
ports that the steamer Argo la ashore
i tiiw mourn or juet mver.
The Argo is a small steam schooner,
turned, by J. Homer Fritch. of San Fran
cisco. Sha In nrtmmanAnA K.
' Kj ..ajiittiu
' aylor and sailed from here on April
Sf for Bureka, In ballast. It is believed
that she will be floated without sustain
ing serious damage.
Tacoma Shipping Xenvs.
TAOMA. April 28. The regular
icamsmp companies plying- out of Ta
roma have announced a reduction of
$2 per ton on all flour and wheat ship
ment to Japan and Hongkong. The
new rate goea Into effect immediately.
Other companies operating regularly to
the Orient are expected to follow suit.
This ate is the lowest which has pre
vailed to the Far Kast In a decade.
The launch Lorele of Tacoma, which
was reported at Seattle for carrying
too many passengers from the cruiser
Washington, has not had a fine
assessed against her. It haa been
Known that the violation waa unavold
hle. The steamer Samson cleared for Van
couver. B. C with general cargo worth
$1700 and 6000 sacks of flour, the
latter being; for trans-shipment to
The steamer President was in port
for the first time In five months,
bringing general cargo. She left for
The, barge America and steamer
F.dlth are due at the smelter with ore
from Sillier and Kllamar, Alaska, re
spectively. The copper department at the Ta
coma smelter, which closed two weeks
ago, will open this week.
The steamer Alaskan arrived In to
night to load general cargo for the
San Tetlro Shipping.
SAN PKDRO. April S. The schoon
er John A. Campbell has been char'
tcred to load lumber at Port Townsend
for San Tedro.
The steam schooner Westerner.
Captain Anderson, from Astoria, came
Into port today with tson.000 feet of
lumber, part for the Southern Califor
nia Lumber Company and part for the
Ios Angeles wholesalers.
The steam schooner Melville Dollar,
Captain Posen. from Wlllapa Harbor,
berthed at the Sale t.ake wharf today
and will discharge 900.000 feet of lum
ber for Los Angeles wholesalers.
The steam schooner Redondo. Cap
tain Bendegarde, finished discharging
lumber at the Southern California
wharf today and sailed for Coos Bay
Xew Boiler for Sarah Dixon.
A new boiler Is being placed In the
steamer Sarah Plxon. of the Shaver
Transportation Company. The kettle-
waa built at the Portland Boiler Works
and as delivered at the Pa vis-street
dock yesterday. The Sarah Dixon has
been undergoing a general overhauling
for the c&at month. A new wheel ii
being installed and this, with the addi
tion of the new boiler will add consider
able to her speed and power.
Tacoma- Shipping Xews.
TACOMA. April 2s. Being In port sev
eral weeiks the British steamer Quito
proceeded to Seattle today. In Tacoma
the North China liner loaded flour, loco
motive parts and lat-h for Dalny and New
The American steamer Alaskan left out
at 5 P. M.for Honolulu. Kahulua and
Hilo. carrying m large cargo of general
freight. In Tacoma the vessel loaded
box snooks and other merchandise. She
also look an automobile, which came
The steamer Dirigo arrived In from
Fkagway and way ports, bringing 710 tons
of gypsum rock from the Pacific Coast
Oypsum Company's quarry on Chlcajroff
The United States Marine Inspectors
have Issued notices stating that launch
operators are liable to have their licenses
revoked If their craft are found with in
sufficient or defective life preservers or
other equipment required by law.
Bay City Shipping.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 28. The steam
ship Alameda arrived today from Hono
lulu crowded with passengers and carry
ing a full cargo.
J. H. Parker, a lumber man of Seattle,
slipped on the liner's deck this morning.
right kneecap. He waa transferred from
ine uner to a private nospitai.
The passengers who arrived at this
STEAMER IXTFJ.1JGENCK. J
Da to Arrive.
Kama. From. Data
Breakwater. .Coos Pay...... In port
Oeo w. ElderBan Pedro In port
Senator .....Pan Francisco. .In port
Ntromodla. ..Hongkong April id
Alllaneo Coos Bar April 30
now city. ...Ban Francisco. .May
Roanoko Los Ati-Ie... May
a'esia Honirkong Mar
Kumnntta Mnnrkoev Jn
A ra h ! . W . 1. . .. nn
BueU.Elmoro.Tlllamork'.. "."... Indeft
Schedule!, to depart.
Nan. For. Data
Breakwater. .Coos Bay April 59
Oeo. W. EldsrRan Pedro April 80
Senator San Francisco. .May 3
Alliance Coos Bar May S
Nlcomedla... Hongkong. .... May o
Roanoko Ix. Angeles... May 7
Roue city San Francisco. May 9
A,,el- Honitkon June I
Numantla Honikong June 24
Ar"hl" Hongkonr Auk. 1
SueH. Elmore, Tillamook Indeft.
Nome ?lty. Am. steamship (Han
son) with general cargo, from San
Mabel Gale. American schooner.
(Mattsson) with ballast, from San
port two weeks ago on the
I'matllla and were placed In quarantine
on Aneel Island h.Dnwn . i. j
smallpox during the trip, were released
.Shipping at Victoria.
VICTORIA. R f inrll X!n.i .
Marama. which broke down when leav
ing for Australia on Friday, her air pump
breaking, completed repairs this after
noon and sailed at 4 p. M. for Sydney
The steamer fihnUa A . , . .
. "amp ciittnerea
b Jebsen Ostrander to load wheat and
'"T "l r-oruand for Japan and China,
arrived from ComoT thi
E! aorT,w and Ieft ,or loading port.
The Sheila Is carrying her cargo at J"
per ton and a cut has been announced
j CTuirrenoe lines to beat this.
Concert for Senmen Tonight.
The weekly "concert a't the Seamen's
...in v . - ........ , n pireeie,
will be given tonight, commencing at
8 O'clock. The Iirnrr.m. i
osinute. rrnnt an lon...
direction of the men, of the Y. M. C. A.
J " me welcome.
Marine Notes. '
The German hnrir Vnmi. i- , . , .
. . . ii uucaea at
The Steamshln Rronlm-otn. : 1 1 : i . . .
, ' """ v 1 iii Ban mia
''"s iur v..ooB say.
. ...... . m uiciift is
nioored at Couch street.
xiie iitrninouse tnn.. a
The FVencli hnrlr KV1... T-..-.,. .
" - . vj I'cittiuB movea
vuiuiiium o. x to Irving.
The schooner Muhel o i .. i ,
v. if i h ti lum
ber at the Inman-Poulsen Lumber Com
pany. The French hnri, r, . ,,
. Jrr vwunic oock where she
mrC Vt Ileal.
Arrivals and Departuivs.
PORTLAND. ADril 2Sut3.
G-o. W. BIJer. from Kan Pedro and way
iIWa. wnwner laDei Gale, from San Fran
ctBco; etcanitshln Xomn itv c
- . a.u... --.oim in, tiieam-
ntp benatoiy from San Francisco. Sailed
- "vj. aioiiere, ror wueenatown or Fal
mouth for orders.
Astoria. Anrll 2fL T-anHIttn. t -
P. M.. moderate: wlnH nonk.,:,- ...
. v. mionn. ia, miies;
weather, cloudy. Arrived at 1 and left up
" - steamer oeo. w. Elder, from
ian Francisco. Arrived down at S and sailed
o.w a, M. &t earner Welleslsy, for Baa
3an Francleco. Anrti 9fi awi , m n
M. Steamer Koanoke. from Portland
oeuingnam. April 28. Arrived Schooner
rforiuB. iroin nan mnp w .v. . ,. .
, . . n.. . . . AIUI,
from San Pedro.
Tides at Astoria Wednesday.
Utah. , .-
l-:20 A. M R.S feetia-9o . u ..' . .
, P. M".;'.'.i:a root
MRS. BEEDE DIES IN SOUTH
Woman Charged 'With Polygamy
Passes Away in lxs Angeles.
i ueatn ot Airs. Charles TteeHe o.
Mrs. J. R. Ellis, is reported In a letter
received from Los
Kinney, her stepfather. Mrs. Beede
went to Los Angeles several weeks
ago for her health, in comnanv with
aira. Kinney. The manner or cause
of her death is not stated in the mes
sage, and no details are riven nMM
that the end came Sunday at 5:3)
Mrs. Beede u-n. 1 1, t .
search by the police last week on a
warrant charging her with polvgamy.
The complainant was t t i i i
attorney, who professes to be her hus-
.iiwiLuaLsnuing mat she is
married to Becde. it seems she se
cured a divorce from trill. .
ago and Ellis took the case to the
Supreme Court on appeal, While It
was before that tribunal, the young
woman remarried and, unfortunately,
for her, the higher court reversed the
decree, thus leaving her In the position
of A woman with two ..... v. .. .. . ... . i
- - ................. cms
then swore to the complaint charging
her with polygamy. The case will not
be stricken from the records until
Mrs. beede s death is officially verified.
THE 95-CENT COUNTER
Of waists at Le Palais Royal will surely
surprise you. it Is loaded down with the
musi ""iiui-i iui values ever seen in Fort
land. 376 Washington street.
To Care a Cold la Ohm n
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets.
Druggist, refund money if It falls to cur.
E. W. GROVE algaatur la oa aaca box, - j
' TITK MonyiyoftREGoxiAy. wepxesdat, a run, ct. i.ns.
Nominated by Prohibitionists
SOCIALISTS FILE TICKET
1. J. McHcnry Will Run on the
1-atter, Which I- Filed Complete
for All Offices With Coun
ty Clerk Plehls.
B. lee Paget has been nominated by
the Prohibitionists to run at the June
election tor Representative from the
eievfnteenth Representative District
comprising; Clackamas and Multnomah
Counties. The Socialist ticket has
neen made up. and was tiled with
v-ouniy Clerk Fields yesterday. It
Prosecuting Attorney. Multnomah County
J. ii.' Clark. 309 Pavln etreet.
Kepreoentatlve, Seventeenth Representative
F. J. McHenry. Ki Bast Oak street.
State Henotor, Thirteenth Senatorial District.
FVark Smith. 1019 Halrht street.
A. H. Axelson. 1(70 I'nlon avenue.
A. H. Leader, 2J2 Morris street.
J. U. atevens, 1748 Kast Twenty-third
William NotTke. 363 Sixteenth street.
Representative. Eighteenth District.
H. L. Summers, Davis street.
Charles J. Foleen. 604 Kerhy street.
Thomao A. Sladden. 2!S Davis street.
G. M. Kahm. 44 Rwmicll street.
Harold Lloyd, 309 Imvls street.
F. A. Weyers, Second and Taylor streets.
R. P. Gabriel, 332 Gllsan street.
J. A. McDonald. 63 sixth street.
(Allan McDonald, H24 Sixth street.
John Juopo. 42T Main street.
A. Q. Slmola. lAurelwood.
A. F. Fuchs. 321 First tureet.
I E. Burgett, 009 Burthwlck street.
G. Ik Perrlne. St. John.
Orrln F. Palmerton. 425 lloss street.
H. Wilson, 51 North Third street.
J. W. Pettltt. DO Russell street.
County School Superintendent.
Roy J. Huvklns. 39 Davis street.
W. U Strange, 6 North Sixth street.
Joseph Franklin, 03, North Third street
Justice of the Peace. Multnomah District.
B. F. Maxwell. 8.11 Grand avenue.
J. P. McDonald, 1481 Sherlock avenue.
Justice of the Peace. Portland District.
J. M. Hoykas, 390 Gllsan street. "
F. J. Rlech, 33 1 North Fifth street.
George Grafnth. 3o Davis street.
Justice of the Peace, St. John District.
M. H. McCoy, St. John.
J. A. Nelson. St. John.
1KLJGATES ARE APPORTIONED
County Will Send 17 IJepresonta-
tlves to State Convention.
On the basis of one delegate for every
500 registered Republican voters In the
late primary election, the executive com
mittee of the (Multnomah County Repub
lican central committee has apportioned
the county's 47 delegates to the state
convention among the ten wards of the
city and the country "precincts. The ap
portionment, as arranged by the execu
tive committee, provides for 42 delegates
and the committee in submitting its re
port at a meeting of the central com
mittee at Republican headquarters in
the Marquam building tonight will recom
mend that the selection of the other five
delegates be left to Major J. P. Ken
nedy, chairman of the county committee.
The apportionment of delegates as ar
ranged by the executive committee fol
Ward 1 1 Precincts no-oi .... l
ard 2 3 Precincts l2-i .... 2
Ward 3 ' Precincts W-'.ir .... 1
V ard 4 3; Precincts &H-101 1
Ward 5 4Precincts 102-106 ... 1
Ward H llPreclncts 107-114 .. 1
Ward 7 ... 41 Appointed by chair
Ward 8 71 man 5
Ward 9 5'
Ward 10 ft Total 47
In addition to reporting an apportion
ment of the delegates, the members of
the executive committee have been in
structed to suggest to the central com
mittee the names of desirable candidates
from the different wards and precincts.
When the apportionment was determined,
each member of the executive committee
was directed to confer w.ith the precinct
committeemen in the particular district I
he represented as to their choice of dele-
Doctors Prescribe and Use
the one coffee on the market today that is emblematic of
purity. We have taken the best and most perfectly grown .
coffee that we can procure and by solely mechanical means
have removed from the berry the chaff which contains to
a large degree a form of poisonous, bitter tasting tannic
acid. The coffee that has thus been refined and purified
is known as
Formerly called " DE-TAN-ATE D" COFFEE
Because from this brand has been eliminated the obnox
ious, useless elements, that which is left is stronger in those
essentials which go to make up good coffee. It is for this
reason that thousands of physicians who have investigated
are prescribing "Puri-tan-ated" to their patients. They
have learned that it can be used without danger of bad
after effects. They buy it and drink it themselves and
agree unanimously with all other coffee lovers that it has
no equal. Look into the subject.
At reliable grocers in 1-ib. eans, granulated
CLARK, COCCIN & JOHNSON CO.
Coffee Importers and Roaster, Boston, Mass. '
THE HUDSON-GRAM CO., Distributing Agents,
gates to the state convention. These re
ports will be submitted at the meeting of
the central committee in the Marquam
building tonight and undoubtedly will In
fluence largely the selection of the dele
rates to the state convention from this
REAL ESTATJE TRANSFERS
E. M. Wlsner to Thomas Parting,
easterly :to feet of Lot 7. Block
T. Hansen Second Addition tto
corrert error 1
M. I.. Hoihmnk and wife, to Chris
topher olBHon. lts 7. ft. Block t.
Theater place. St. John 1.2O0
Title liusrantee AY Trust Co.. to
Emily Lyons. Lots T. s. Block 17.
Msr A. Hurley to Nellie M and
Anna B Parmenter. lot 10. Block
4;l. Vernon ano
MerrhRM.' Savings A Tru.t Co.. to
Theodore Brown. Jr.. I.ts 20. 21.
Block 1 Riverside Addition to Al
E. Everett to Marcus A. Peel and I.
N. Aumack, west W of we H of
southwest of Section 3. Town
ship I.' North Rang 3 K.st. ex
cepting a strip feel wide off
Jsrkson Investment Co. to Rophls
l.lndters. Lot 27. Block I. Jackson
S. Tomlln.on and wife to E. Thlel.
-ot I. Hlock 3. Lochlnvar Addi
tlne Km I w I n c W Rnwl. I.
beginning at southwest' corner of
Lot 2, Block 2. N. Irvlngtoit. thenrs
"' 10 feet, thence north 25 feet,
thence west loo feet, thence south
."i f-et to beginning POO
George w. Powers to Arthur W.
Harris, Lot 21. Block 2D. Alhlna.. 10
thsrles F Stlllwell and wife to
Kmma Nllsen. Lot 12. Block 21
Andy Frits and wlfo'- to John B.
Moon and wife, west H of Lots 7,
. Block 2:10. city 1.900
Michael Kellv to James Kelly. 20
acres, beginning at point 20 chains
north of southeast corner of north
eat of Section 24. Towmhlp 1.
t'-mth Range 2 Knst 500
August Johnson and wlf to C. and
M. Kellay. Lot 12, Block 4. Wood
lawn Title Guarantee Trust Co.. to
eorg Alexander Chance lot 15.
Block 1. MrDougall's Subdivision.. 830
Penumbra Kelly and wife to R. L.
Durham, sundry lots In Rlverdale. . 1
H. I.. Durham and wife to F. R. Hal
I nan. Lot, l, , g, 4. B, a. Block 8,
W. H. Courtney and wife io F. p!
Hnlllnan. 01. t. a . nin.k A ni..,.
Thomas Vlggers and' wife "to E. 'p.
Halllnan. oLts 1, 2, 6, Block 8.
Ralph Wiley anil wife to John F.
Jordan and wife, north 43 fet of
l. its 0. 7. Block Itl, sunnyside Ad
dition H. B. Conners snd wife to G. F. Mc
Curdy. west S of I.olT. Block 7.
Paradise Spring. Tract
William W. Stanley and wife to Rob
ert Hatton et al.. oLts 13. 14.
Block k. Chicago
C. R. Brardsley and wife to Laura
B. Coiling, ol.ts 13, 14. Block 1,
Ijaurelwood No. 2
J"J?' '"'r to C. J. Crosby. ' Lot al
Block . Central Alblna
C. J. and Emily Nora Crosby to Rills
I. . Cooper, oLt 8. Block . Central
Heirs of Silas Jones to' Anne" Bar
nard Lot 3. Block 7. Dunn's Addi
tion E. 15. Howard and wlfo to Alice Mor
ris. Lot a. Block 2. Lincoln Park
Johanna E. Keating' to R." R.' ' Men-
eree. Lots 10. 17, S. Block 2. Ev
ans" Addition to Alhlna 3 100
Albert Kedltzke and wife to Ole B
Goldberg. Lot 1(1. Block 4.1. Ver
Multnomah Real Estate Association
to A. . tlerath and wlf. Lot 22,
Block 11. Wlllntneiin 1 a
Joseph E. Hall and wife to John' B.
and Caroline Arunsen, Lot 18.
Block 34. Albln. o ...n
Margaret Brunke to Otto" "Bruit ice!
Lot 2. Block 108. Caruthers' Addl-
C. J. Littlepage and wife toR"Si'il
i acres, beginning at pipe
h.13 feet east on th line running
from 'center of Section 3.1, Town
ship 1. North Range 4 East to the
t section corner on ...t .ih.
said Sectlnn 4
l.astman. one acre beginning at In
tersection of west line of land owned
by Richard Williams, with the cen
!f ' Pw'll Valley Road In Sec
tion 1J. Township 1, South Range
Moore Investment Co.. to 'MtAhnil
Ennls. Iit M HUni. aa ir
W. E. Harmon and wife in T a.i-i
Epplng and wife, north u of i.
2. tract 'F." Overton P..k a AftA
rt w 1 '. 1 . .ow
, . . u 10 Amos uurg,
lot 2. bloelc an wnn.it l. ""'
H. M. Tinims and wife to Je'oWw
Green and wife, lot 2, block 50
Van B. De Lashmutt n'd" wife 'iA
LouIb and Anna Lug, lots 12 3
4. block 2, First Electric Addftlon to
E. B. Holmes and wife to Louis" "and
Anna Iux, lots 1, 2. 3, 4. block 2
Fir. Electric Addition to aiki-
M. C. Cone to Jason Stahlev. loi. it
7. block 2. Arleta. P.rk Mo n
R. P. Efflnger and wife to Mrs' ' h'
A. Swanson, lots 1, 8, block lol
J. C Ainsworth and wife to Carrie
Rrowne. lot 13. blofe 1 Ooith,,-..
Roman Catholic ArchbUihon of Dlol
ceaae of Oregon to James B. O'Shea.
tfr.. and James B. O'Shea, Jr., lota
1. 2. 3. block 1. T.enh.' Arioltlon
N. N. Rice and wife to J. O. Elrod.
lot 4, block 2, Ravenswood Addl.
tlon. (to correct errorl
W. Frank Watkltut to Yetta Weinland
lot 2. block 3. Bronaughs' Addition...
Mm. L, T. Lusted to Emma Schultz.
4 acre commencing at point 112.325
feet north of the southeast corner
of the John P. Powell donation land
claim In section 10, township 1
south, range 2 east
Real Estate Investment Association to
Lizzie AicH.ay. lots tt, 7, 10. 11
12. 1. 17. block 93. Sellwond
Nettie L. Palmer to Lizzie McKav.
lots 8. 9. 14. 15, block 93. Sell
wood Mary M. Oilman to O. A. Stevens adri
wire, south of lot 6, block "N,"
'labor Heights i?K
. 1 . jiwn ana wne to ivazmlra
Sadzewlcx. part of lot 5, block 22.
Mil tn 8 NUhri Vinton And Adriltlon ctn
jiavnernic ana wire to ti. M
rvmMo-ft. Jot . hlor 41, Trwt
K- B Rlr and wtf to E. A. M--fH
11. bt k 11. Flrt A.t-
fliiloa to Hnllfijr Pari. .
riwiTO puifptra Pd wir to flffirf F.
K-uinT. 21 arrr btnn!n t strvr,
nmrk-4 I,X" X anmhwrt oor
nr of L-1 I.v flora t!in lancj
rlaim la Mutton IS. township 1 north.
rie 1 ut
Haaei King to ;Hr F. Hu-nr
it mervm batnnir.ir at rnt -n tM
lln of lwia LeO-v Hnatkn Un4
talm In ac tion 1ft. tmrn-ihlp 1 north,
rair I eaat tri mrth,
mtnutra IS arcooda aaat nf aouth
"William Kin t al to T.
- Ilunr, 8 ar tvrcmiilr.fr al tnttr---(
rnn of north lin of rlrht of
way of O. H. K with wrat hn
f lwta Lt.vf ilonatlon nd ola in
1n vctlon 10, township 1 north. rn
Rlvr Vlw mtfrjr Aawotatlon to
-hariea M-Kmai-. lot WW, auction
aaid 4nwiry ion
"irir i-onahu and wlfa to R. J,
R-ad, lol 2t. hU-k 1. Vlll(amti- 400
rrann n. uibann anl wife to i lorK
H. enl-.v. wrMrrly Nt fat of .t
5. fl. biota 3, ntr Vlrw 1'ark A.i-
r-rann m. utrtwvt and -wtr to l.yt
I ry f U). raatfrly S f(--t of lota
6. . block 3, t'lty Vl4sw Park 2V
w. it. Maoe to lkf I. Wolfed and
wife, lotj 3. 4. block Holla
rtay A1 flit tor.
E-Unr Hryan i-t al to B, p. Ajh t al.
north i of lot 3. Mo k lty 27.000
fcnward IJay and wife to Jtvtaie P. T.
Pry ann. lota 3. 3, bJtx'k 2,
Rmva yoar ahtttrmexa maO by tha Becnrtty
aimract 4k xniat Co . 7 Cham bar of Conu
The sclline oontrait o( hs Spantnn
fompany for Kvanston expires May 1.
Thpy got llila property from the owner
at much less than prevailing prices. Tha
owner refnsea to renew selling contract.
tou can have choice of remaining lots a
10 a month. The Spanton (."oniimny, 270
$3.50 LADIES' SUITS
On sale at l.e Palais Royal, very few ot
ine same style or color and every one
will be sold, a phenomenal bargain, 375
Tans! Tans! Tans! at Rosenthal's.
sMh a My a turn .
If you suffer pain from
any cause, Dr. Mues' Anti
Pain Pills will relieve it
and leave no bad after
effects. ' That's the impor
tant thing. Neither do
they create a habit. More
often the attacks become
less frequent, or disappear
altogether. Dr. Miles'
Anti-Pain Pills have no
other effect except to re
lieve pain and quiet nerv
"We are never without Dr. Miles'
Anti-Pain Pills. yiy husband and
son, aged 15 were always subject to
sick headache until we began using
these Pills, and they have broken
them up entirely. lon't think they
have had to use them for six months.
I recommend them to every one. A
few weeks ago 1 heard an old lady
friend was sink. I went to see her.
She was down with LGrippe, and
nearly crazy with awful backache.
I gave her one of the Anti-Pain Plllg
and left another for her to take In
a short time. They helped her right
away, and she says she will never be
without them again. Last winter my
husband waa taken with pluerisy on
both sides, and I know he would have
died If it hadn't been for the Pills.
In less than half an hour he was
sweating, and went to bed and slept."
MRS. G. H. WEBB,
Your druggist satis Dr. Miles' Antl
Paln Pllli, and we authorize him to
rf.ITI 1!" pr,ce of tlret Package (only)
If It falls to benefit you.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
State Medical Institute
OLDEST In experience RICH
EST In medical knowledge and
kill CROWNED wltn unparal
lelled auccesa tha sufferers
friend the people's special lata.
We have cured thousands and
can cure you. All chronic. Nerv
ous, Blood and Skin Diseases.
Stricture, Oleet, Varicocele,
Rupture, Pllea cured without
t-uttlna- or detention from business. Consul
tation free. Cures guaranteed. If you can
not call, WRITE Ferrecf system ot horn
treatment for out-of-town patients. Illus
trated book free
STATE MEDICAL TS ST1TUTE, 178 Wash-
insxon st., besttie. Wasn.
T7 v THE DIAMOND DKAM. 1
ycrs known fts Best, Saiest, Always Reliable I
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
Mdtea! Ask roar lrHtst for i
Chl-kM-ler Ulasoad BraadVW
F1IU la Kr4 lad bold metaluAV
botes. Maled with B'ua Ribbon.
Take mm aiber. Bar of roar
DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for u
is not only guar
anteed under the
Pure Food Law.
but has always
been known as
the original pure
'THE WHISKEY WITH k REPUTATION
Ak for it at all Firtf-rlaaa
Bar. Cafes and Drag St
S. IIIRSCH & CO., Kaasu City.
No other physician employs a Ilk method. anI
so thorough is my work that there need not he
the silE:htnt fear of a relapse Into the old con
dition. It la not n question of whether you can
be cured, but whether ycu will be cured. Ivn't
wait until It la too late. My mrtho.1
Is perfect and quick. The cure is ab
solutely certain. I use NO KN'IKK, cause no
patn, and you need not be detained from your
work for one day. I especially solicit those
cases where many so-called treatments hav
failed or where money has been wasted on
electric belts and ot her appliances. Func
tional deranirement is neither a "weakness"
nor a disease. It Is a symptom of prostatic
dlHordrr. To stimulate Activity by the us
of powerful tonics In an ey matter. but
such reiuits are merely temporary dru ef
forts. Mont doctors treat "weaknellt! in this
manner berause they do not know how to
cure the resl rause of the deranffpment I .m
the only physician employing sHentlflr and Hurresprtif
iiir-ni m t mcai uifj entirely ann corrects rvrv ni,n.irm
:er. the protate gland.
My Fee for Any
Ailment of Men Is
TAV Wllt.S YOU ABB (I KKII. - ,
Can any rmoublii dim dmlre a mora fair teat ot nir nirthona than to Irt
me rure him flrat and to pay tha bill hrn ha la well?
Nn man could be fairer than that. I take all the rl.k. Yrm lake none
whatever. You have everjrthlnn to (rain and ahunlutely nothlnn to
nunaTI , .V.""" '"""Ting from HP Kit M ATOn-
?.f.,r,KAi IOHSKS AND URAI.VS. V A R iriXT.I.K. HymtO
f fcl.K. BIX)OI POISON or any nthor dlaeaaa t-nrtln in ,1
atrny and ilNllgurn and to render happlneaa lmpollle are
urged to call upon me without dolay.
t'ONSll.TATlON AND ADVICE r'RKK.
My oltlcea are open all day from
10 to 1.
The DR. TAYLOR Co.
!SI!4 MORRIHON HTRKKT,
C'ORNKR KKI Oxn A.VU MOKKJMI.V WTRKK1H, TOKTUM), OltM.ON.
We Are Snecialists in
2 Vcara In Purt-Innd.
OUR GUARANTEE NO PAY UNLESS CURED
MK. WHEN YOU XEKD THE SERVICES OF A DOCTOR, COXSILT
ONE OF WIDE EXPERIENCE.
We have stopped at no expense that could add to tlio efficlpncy of
our work or the 'omfort of our patients. There Is no other eouully
equipped institution for the treatment of men s ailments In tile Pacific
WHY SUFFER LONGER ON PROMISES OF OTHERS ?
We cure safely and promptly WEAK.VKSS. TOST MAN'HOOn SPKR
MATOKHHOKA, SPKCIFIC BI-OOD POISON IN ALL STAGES VARI
)CKLE. HYDROCELE, GONORRHOEA. GI.EET, OR ANY OP THE
DISEASES COMMON TO MEN'.' Personal attention given all patients.
CONSULTATION CONFIDENTIAL AND INVITED A personal thor
ough and searching; examination Is desired, though If Inconvenient to
call, write us a full description of your trouble. Our office hours are
from 9 A. M. to 8:30 P. M., excepting Sunday from to 1. Address
-or call on the
ST. LOUIS W DISPENSARY
CORNER SECOND AND YAMHILL STREETS. PORTLAND, OREGON.
MEN CURED QUICKLY
No Money Required to
If Honest and Reponsible
Ton Can Pay Fee Wfaen
THE MAN WITH
should leant and the sooner the better that what may seem a trivial
disease very often has most serious and far-reaching effects. The man
who tries to be his own doctor is always the patient that later comes to
the specialist with the chronic, stubborn, deep-seated case which is the
hardest kind to cure. We cannot hope that all men will accept our
statement that the quickest, the safest and cheapest cure is had by
consulting an expert specialist in Men's Diseases at once, but the in
telligent man will readily be convinced of the value of this advice
WE CURE QUICKLY, SAFELY AND THOROUGHLY
WEAKNESS OF MEN, VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE, NERVOUS
DEBILITY, -BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, SORES, ULCERS.
SWOLLEN GLANDS, KIDNEY, BLADDER AND RECTAL DIS
EASES, PROSTATE GLAND DISORDERS AND ALL CON
TRACTED SPECIAL DISEASES OF MEN.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE.
If Yon Cannot CalL Write for Our Self-Examination Blank and Fre
MEN: IF IN TROUBLE CONSULT US TODAY.
Hours from 9 A. M. to 8 P. M., and Sundays from 10 to 12.
THE OREGON MEDICAL INSTITUTE
291 V2 Morrison 8t, bet. 4th and 6th. Portland, Oregon.
iHt rwn rwnH at ubH.n t,- Al.
Th Ar-ut Chin hnAl . .
'X'Z. ln th to lba
rt perm a-
My cures ate rial
cuifs and n
In Any Simple
NOT A DOI
l.K K K ll
II B l'll -I
II. l IIKD.
8 A. M. to 9
r. M.. and Sundays from
Diseases of Men
Quick Cures. Satisfied Patients
OUR FEE $10
TTire are only 104 mlUn of utreo.t rnll
war In Knrland still holding to horu trtu
tion. Thre uro t4 on whirh motive power
is Tram. 25 uULc vod luur kma.