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TITE MORMNG OKEGOMAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1908.
He Prefers Womeri-in-Saloons
Ordinance in Its Orig
NO SAFEGUARDS FOR GIRLS
Executive Declares Omission Ren'
dera Amendment Objectionable.
One Slore Vote Jfeeded to
fass It Over Veto.
After devotine; much time to consld
tratlon of the Rushlight amendment to
h. r.iiui antl-women-ln-saloons ordi
nance. Mayor Lane yesterday morning
vetoed it. on the- ground that tne moui
ed ordinance la not as good as the
original. Councilman Cellars, when in
formed of the action of the Kxecutlve.
traa overjoyed, and predicted that the
Veto will be sustained when the Council
meets tomorrow morning. He cv'n
aid that, in bla opinion, there will be
more than the original six who opposed
the amendment who will vote with the
Mayor. The objection of the Mayor r
euetained. will leave the Cellars ordi
nance on the books. It prohibits women
from entering saloons or restaurants
where liquor is served, except in cases
Where there are open and public dining
rooms, without screens about -ables.
In an interview, after placing his
veto on the ordinance yesterday morn
ing. Mayor Lane said that, so far as
he could see. there is but little differ
ence between the Cellars law and the
amendment: that In either one there is
discrimination In favor of the larger
and more pretentious restaurants and
grills, but that the Cellars law Is Just
enough better to warrant the veto. The
Mayor said that anything at all In the
line of regulation of the saloons and
of the liquor business Is better than
none, and he simply chose the Cellars
law because It Is better than the Rush
If the veto is sustained tomorrow. It
is probable that the faction of the
Council which attempted to put on the
amendment will try other means to
bring about modifications, although this
Is not certain. There are said to be a
number of -small" restaurants. German
beer-gardens and such establishments
which will be injured by the stringent
provisions of the Cellars law. which
nxes 400 square feet of floor space as
the minimum slie for restaurants serv
ing liquor with meals. The Rushlight
amendment cut down this space to 300
square feet, to Include those places
which were discriminated against, but
Mayor Lane says that the amendment,
while supposed to do something for the
protection of girls, does not do so. and
he would not sustain or approve it. The
Inconvenience of a few saloonkeepers,
he states, is not of any particular men
tal torture to him. If the Rushlight
amendment had contained something to
keep a safeguard about young women,
he said, his action might have been
different. The veto message follows:
To the Honorable City Council Gentle
men: 1 herewith return ordinance No
ll 45! not approved. This l an ordlnsnce
which amends Section 1 of Ordinance No.
jg 4Q which prohibits licensed liquor
dealers from allowlna female persons from
entering or loitering In or about saloons,
barrooms or places where Intoxlcatlnc
Uquors are sold or kept for sale at rotall
or served, etc.
The amendment exempts wholesale
liquor-dealers and family liquor stores
where the Intoxicant Is not sold on the
premises and the place or store Is separated
by a wall or" partition from adjoining;
apartments or barrooms where such liquors
re being drunk upon the premises. It
also exempts restaurants, dining-rooms and
eating places containing not lt-ss than J
square feet of floor space.
It is urged by some that the ordinance
which this amends Is unfair to some liquor
dealers and restaurants which in a measure
la perhaps true, but It Is equally true that
the present ordinance Is also unjust in its
action In this respect.
Anv measure which curtails the use of
Intoxicating liquors by women and girls
Is of benefit to the community and out
weighs any and all distinctions snd fine
discriminations between the rights of thoes
engagsd In making profit from the sale of
such Intoxicants. Respectfully,
HARRT t.AXH. Mayor.
ORIENT FREIGHT DROPS
MCOMEDIA IX PORT WITH LESS
THAN 200 TOXS.
Otlrr Steamers Short Minnesota
Sails With Only 500 Tons
Eastward shipments from the Orient
have fallen off to such an extent the
vessels plying in the trans-Pacific
trade will be forced to tie up or seek
business in other directions. The
Portland and Asiatic liner Alesla,
which arrived here yesterday direct
from Hongkong and Japan, crossed the
Pacific with less than 100 tons of
freight. With the exception of eight
packages, the entire cargo was con
signed to Portland merchants and con
sisted of merchandise and a small
quantity of tee, rice and sulphur. The
entire cargo consisted of less than
Officers of the Alesla report that the
steamship Minnesota. which sailed
from Yokohama for Pnget Sound the
day preceding the departure of the
Alesla, had on board lesa than 500
tons of freight. The Japanese liner
American Mini had been in the har
bor of Yokohama for three weeks and
when the Oerman craft set sail had
secured only 150 tons for transporta
tion to the United States.
The Alesla will take out a full cargo
of flour for Vladivostok. Siberia. The
larger part will be furnished by the
Portland Flouring Mills Company for
Kum at Albers. Eastern Oregon mil
lers will furnish the balance of the
cargo for small dealers In the Siberian
port. The Alesla will sail from Port
land on the schedule of the Arabia and
the latter craft will drop back to the
dates named for the Alesla.
A case of beti-berl developed in a
Chinese fireman on fhe voyage out
The Celestial was banished from the
forecastle and was given a piece of
matting and a quilt and consigned to
'tween decks. The disease made Its
appearance October 1 and the sick
fireman has declined rapidly since that
date. Dr. Glenn Wheeler, of the Ma
rine Hospital service, has taken the
man in charge here and has supplied
medicines for him. Berl-berl is not a
contagious disease and results from
rating either Improperly cured rice or
from some foreign subr'ance In the
gice. formerly berl-berl M .oaslil--
ered allied very closely to the bubonic
The complete manifest of the Alesla
For Portlsnd Sugar. 10S bags: coffee.
SO bags: matting. :i rolls: porcelain. SO
cases: sulphur. 0 bags; rice. 1224 bags;
personal effects. 1 case: provisions SO pack
ages: preserves. 500 cases: tea, 71 chests;
furniture, t cases; lebelcs, 1 case.
For Denver Provisions, 1 cases; wooden
ware, 1 package.
XEW STEAMER DECEMBER. 1
Inland Empire Will Be Ready for
Service by That Date.
Dorsey B. Smith, superintendent of
the Open River Transportation Com
pany, has announced December 1 as
the date on which the new steamer
Inland Empire will go into active
service on the I'pper Columbia River.
Mr. Smith also announces that the new
craft will be commanded by Captain
R. Thomas and that A. B. Andrews will
be in charge of the engine-room. She
will operate as far as Pasco for the
present but the run will later be ex
tended as far as Lewiston.
The second boat under construction
at Celilo will oe named Celilo Falls
and she will be ready for service about
30 days after the Inland Empire Is in
active operation. Both vessels will
connect with the steamer J. X. Teal, oper
ating below the portage road. The steamer
Relief will be tied up as soon as the
Inland Empire Is ready to handle the
business. The Open River Company
will compete against the North Bank
road and the O. it. A N. Co., for busi
ness. Stale of California on Last Trip.
The steamship State of California
arrived up last evening from San
One te Arrive.
Nam. From. Date.
Alesia Hongkong In port
Breakwater. . Coos Bay. .....In port
Rtate of Cal. Fan Francisco. In port
Nebraskan.. .Salinas Crux.. Nov. 10
Geo. W. Elder San Pedro Nov. 10
Alllsncs i.Coos Bsy Nov. 1J
Arabia Hongkong Nov. IS
Rose CHv.... San Francisco. Nov. 10
Roanoke. .... Los Angeles... Nov. 17
Nevsdan.... .Salinas Crus..Nov. 23
Numantta. ... Hongkong. .... Deo. t
Nicomedia. .. Hongkong Feb. 1
Scheduled te Depart. .
Kama For. Data
Nebraskan. . .Sslinas Crus..Nov. 10
Breakwater. . Coos Bay Nov. 11
Geo. W. KlderSaa Pedro Nov. 13
State of Cal. . San Francisco. Nov. 13
Alliance Coos Bsy Nov. 14
Roanoke. .... Los Angeles. . .N'ov. 19.
Rose City. ... San Francisco. Nov. 20
Kevadan. . .. .Puget Sound. ..Nov. 24
Alesla Hongkong Nov. 22
Numantta. . ..Hongkong ....Dec 10
Alesla. tier, stesmahlp (Ernst).
' with genersl cargo, from Hongkong
and Japanese ports.
Francisco. The steamer made good
time on the trip up the Coast. She
brought a fair passenger list and a
full cargo of freight. This is the last
trip of the State to Portland for the
present season. On arrival at San
Francisco the crew will be transferred
to the steamship Senator and that ves
sel will operate on the run until the
Alaska season opens or the San Fran
cisco and Portland Steamship Company
secures a vessel of its own.
Bankiields to Finish This Week.
Work is being rushed on the British
steamship Bank fields and that vessel
will be ready to leave down about
Thursday. She will have on board
close to 200.000 bushels of wheat and
will proceed to St. Vincents for orders.
The only other grain carrier at work
yesterday was the General Faldherbe,
at Montgomery dock No. 2.
Hartman Succeeds Moore.
Appointment of G. A. Hartman, Jr..
as a member of the Governor's mili
tary staff, was announced yesterday
from the headquarters of Adjutant
General W. E. Flnser. Mr. Hartman
will bear the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel,
replacing Colonel William Moore,
of Pendleton, resigned.
Notice to Mariners.
Notice Is hereby given that San Pedro
Entranes buoy No. 1. a black second-class
csn. and San Pedro entrance buoy ro. a.
a red second-class nun. heretofore reported
drsgged out of position, .were replsced In
their proper positions November .1.
R. F. LOPEZ.
Inspector Twelfth Lighthouse District.
The oil steamship Atlas. Captain
Badger, will leave down today for As
The steamship Nome City from San
Francisco is due to arrive in Portland
The ship Wynnstay left down at
noon yesterday. Captain Williams will
follow by train this morning.
The steamship Breakwater from
Coos Bay arrived up last evening. The
Breakwater was delayed a day Dy log.
Contain Genereaux. surveyor for the
Marine Underwriters, passed through
Portland yesterday, en route from fcan
Francisco to .Seattle.
Captain Kirkwood. master of the
Standard Oil Barge No. 3, accompanied
by his wife and daughter, visited
friends in Portland yesterday.
Arrivals and Departures.
PORTLAND. Nov. . Arrived Steam-
hlo Breakwater, from coos nay ;rre-u
ship David d' Angers, from l.ondon; steam
ship Northland, from 5n Francisco; steam
ship Stste of California, from San Fran
cisco. Sailed tsrltlan snip w ynnaiay, iw
the United Kingdom.
Astoria. Nov. 9 Condition of the bar at
0 p. st. Smooth; wind north.- 4 miles;
westher. clear. Arrived down during tne
night and sailed at 9 A. M. Steamer
Rainier, for San Francisco. Arrived at 7
and left up at 9 A. M steamer Break
water, from Coos Bay. Arrived last night
French bark Marechal Noailles, from
Honolulu. Arrived at 9:45 A. M. and left
up at 3 1. j. oirimrr onuimnu, rum
San Francisco. Arrivea at tor.iv ana leri up
at 13:30 P. 31. Steamer State of Cali
fornia. fan Francisco. Nov. ft. Arrived at 5 A.
M. Steamer Rose City, from Portland:
liayfalr. from Wlllapa; Doris, from Gra
Harbor; Daisy, from Wlllapa: barkentine
Archer, from Roche Harbor; schooner Roy
So mere, from Grays Harbor; barkentine
Jeanne Csrdonnler. from Hobart; ship Tlnto
Hill, from Hamburg: stesmer Arabia, from
Magdalana Bay. Nov. 9. Arrived Novem
ber a British steamer Uganda. Arrived
November 5 British steamer Vienna, for
Fuset Sound. Arrived November 6 British
steamer Tweedale. from Norfolk.
Point Reyes. Nov. p. Passed steamer
Santa Maria, from Portland.
tan Pedro, Nov. 9 Arrived and sailed
Steamer Tosemlte. for Portland.
Tides at Astoria Tuesday.
:17 A. it... .7.4 feet'StOO A, M....17 feet
1:4, 1'- it P n ir-ri.m r- ..i ...... c i
Portland Day at Albany Apple Fair.
Next Tuesday, November 10. is Port
land Day at the Albany Apple Fa,ir.
The Southern Pacinic company will
nfake a special excursion rate of one
fare for the round trip, 2.4. Tram
eaves Portland at i:15 A. M.f return
ing leaves Albany 8:18 P. M.
Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office,
Third and Washington streets.
Skin and clothes reoulre different
snaps for cleansing. Jap Rose Soap is
miute for the bath and toilet, lears
were reuuir,-d to perfect it. Kirk makes
It, All -dealers jelLit, ...
MAYOR HOLDS UP
PAY FOR PAV I N G
Vetoes Assessment Ordinance
SAYS RESIDENTS PROTEST
Declares Property-Owners Are Not
Satisfied With Character of Work
and Says City Engineer Has
Xot Accepted It.
The Pacific Bridge Company will not
receive payment for the bitullthlc pave
ment laid by It on Klllingsworth avenue,
the contract price being JT5.000, until
Mayor Lane thinks the Improvement has
been put in first-class condition, if he has
his way. He vetoed yesterday the assess
ments ordinance which the City Council
passed at the last session during the
absence from the chair of the Mayor,
after it had been referred to a com
mittee for further consideration. It was
about the last act of the Council two
weeks ago. and was done, it is said, at
the special request of George W. Simons,
general manager of the company. The
veto is on the ground that many protests
have been sent in against the work.
This big contract is one of about a
dozen held by the Pacific Bridge Com
pany, and the street committee of the
Executive Board is making an investiga
tion of the enrtre lot. The company is
declared to be far behind In its work,
and has been granted numerous exten
sions of time. At the last meeting of
the street committee Chairman Isaac
Swett frankly told Manager Simons that
the committee would like a statement
from the company on all its contracts,
as to how each improvement stands and
when each will be completed.
Contracts Cause Resignation.
It was over these improvement con
tracts that Robert L. Sabin and D. A.
Pattullo recently resigned from the
Board. Mr. Sabln was chairman of the
street committee at the time, and did
not assess the Pacific Bridge Company
for delinquencies when Mayor Lane de
manded that some action be taken by
the committee to force the big corpora
tion to fulfill Its contracts .with the city
promptly. He made special reference to
the large fills on the East Side, many of
which are far behind. It Is said, and on
which Manager Simons has repeatedly
sought and received time extensions.
In regard to the large Improvement on
Killingsworth avenue, it is said, there has
been much complaint from property -owners.
Mayor Lane, members of the
street committee and Inspectors from the
office of Cltv Engineer Taylor have gone
over the work and have pronounced much
of it faulty. The company has made
some repairs, but the City Engineer has
not accepted the work, and investiga
tion is still in progress.
First Such Ordinance Vetoed.
All of the facts relating to the Killings-worth-avenue
Job were made known to
the Council at its session two weeks ago,
and when the matter first came up on the
passage of the assessment ordinance, it
was referred to the street committee for
further consideration of the complaints
and to give the Executive Board time to
act Later in the session. Mayor Lane
was obliged to leave to preside at
another rrleetlng, and Councilman Kell
aher was left in the chair. Just before
the close of the session, Councilman
Baker moved reconsideration of the ref
erence, and the ordinance was recalled
from committee and passed. It then went
before Mayor Lane, and a new record
was established when he vetoed it, this
being the first assessment ordinance he
has ever vetoed. It will come up for
action tomorrow morning, when the
Council will meet.
The veto message Is as follows:
To the Honorable City Council Gentlemen :
I return herewith ordinance No. 18528 not
approved. This is an ordinance which
makes an assessment of $75,223 upon the ad
Joining property for the Improvement of
Killingsworth avenue from the west line of
Union avenue to the east line of Patton ave
nue. In respect to this ordinance I have to say
that the character of the work dene upon
this street has been protested by the per
sons who have to pay for the same.
Inasmuch as th protests are seemingly
grounded upon facts and for the further rea
son that the Improvement has not been ac
cepted by the City Engineer's department, I
woold suggest tharin fairness to the property-owners
an assessment be not levied
against their property to pay for an im
provement until such Improvement Is com
pleted and of the character which has to be
paid for. Respectfully,
HARRY LANE, Mayor.
MAKE COMPLAINT OF EMPLOY
Say Collusion Exists Between Agents
and Foremen So That Fees
Are Divided Vp.
Complaints that employment agents
are fleecing laborers have become so
numerous at the police station. City
Attorney's office and District Attor
ney's office, that drafting of a spe
cial ordinance to cope with such meas
ures Is being considered.
Fifteen victims of crooked employ
ment agents presented themselves at
City Attorney McNary's office yester
day afternoon between the hours of 2
and 5 P. M. It was a record day.
danger incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery.
Mother's Friend is the only remedy which relieves women of the
great pain and danger of maternity; this hour which is dreaded as
woman's severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is
avoided by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despond
ent or gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions
are overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and the
serious accidents so common to the critical hour are obviated by the
use of Mother s Friend.
"It is worth its weight in
gold," says many who
have ncprl it 100 P" bottle "
nave UbCU ll. dnl( rloTTt, Book
containing valuable information of in
trett to all women, will be sent free.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
, Atlanta, Ga.
but the complaints have been coming
in steadily for weeks, even months.
Most of the victims are foreigners,
who understand little English. They
go to the employment agencies and
are helpless to protect themselves.
After they pay their fees they have
to trust entirely to the honesty of tho
agents, and at many of the agencies
honesty is a thing which does not ex
ist, the authorities say.
That there are several agents who
have arangements with employsrs of
labor whereby workmen are fleeced by
conspiracy is a charge which has been
made by a number of the more intel
ligent class of victims. They say that
an agent will accept a fee, send the
workman to a camp where he is given
work, and there the victim will be dis
charged after a day's work. That the
camp, foreman and employment agent
divide the spoils and a continuous line
of victims is kept going to and from
these crooked camps is' the charge
Only a small per cent of the victims
ever take their grievances to the law.
it is said. The present ordinance holds
that employment agents who accept
fees and fail to provide employment
are liable for the return of such fees
and for the payment of any expenses
to which the laborer has been put In
going to a point designated by the
agent as affording employment. This
does not cover cases where the men
get work and are discharged the next
day. Could conspiracy be proved, then
criminal charges might be brought, but
there seems no way to get such evi
dence, unless testimony of an entirely
circumstantial nature be used.
The 15 victims who made complaint
at the City Attorney's, offtce yester
day were turned over to Deputy City
Attorney Sullivan, who will make an
investigation of the situation and
swear out complaints against offenders
where the evidence will admit.
WAIT ALL TOWNS TO COME
KOSE FESTIVAL TO BE MADE
President Uoyt Goes to Albany to
Interest That City Solicitors
to Cover City Thoroughly.
President Ralph W. Hoyt, of the Rose
Festival, goes to Albany today for the
purpose of Inaugurating a campaign to
bring all the towns and cities of Oregon,
embraced in the Oregon Development
League, into the Festival fold,' either
through representation by an Individual
float or by some original participation in
the various parades which will be a part
of the programme for the celebration next
June. This year, the Oregon Develop
ment League did nothing to assist the
Rose Festival but many of the 80 com
mercial organizations embraced In this
movement have discovered that what
advertises Portland gives publicity to the
entire state, so that there is a better
feeling toward the floral festival now
than there was a year ago.
During the Apple Fair, Albany, which
was one of the few communities in the
Willamette Valley that did not Join hands
in the all-Northwestern pageant of last
June, will be Invited to send a float
typical of the industries of that com
munity. The matter has already been
broached to the Commercial Club of
Albany, of which Bury I. Dasent, a
former secretary of the Rose Festival
Association, is now the manager, and he
Is sharply interested in the demonstra
tion for next year.
Principal work by the solicitors In the
financial campaign, yesterday, was de
voted to the sawmills and factories of
Portland and fr6m them It Is expected
that a majority will double their sub
scriptions of last year.
Under the present plan of working
there will be no. announcement of the
amounts collected from each industry,
business, trade or profession .until that
particular line has been thoroughly can
vassed. Then the returns will be pub
lished in the daily press item by Item.
The campaign which will be conducted
for the next two weeks may not be as
spectacular as those of the two preceding
years, but arrangements have been made
for covering the entire city with a drag
net, more systematic and more complete
than was the case" In the former cam
PEOPLE WANT'FIRE ENGINE
Resident of Stephens Addition Will
Property-owners and residents of
Stephens' Addition and the territory
adjacent will ask that provisions be
made for installing a fire engine in the
hose house on East Seventh, between
Stephens and East HarrlBon streets, to
take the place of the hose company
now stationed in this building. This
buildings is being remodeled and en
larged and Is to be the quarters for
Battalion Chief Stevens. An addition
has been built to the rear end and a
hose tower erected.
To provide for a fire engine and fire
company Bome changes, but not exten
sive ones, would be necessary. There
would need to be an excavation under
the floor for the heater and some re
arrangements for the horses, but with
the present changes now being com
pleted and the few changes additional
that would be needed, firemen say
that an ener'ne and engine company
could be installed at small expense out
side of the engine, which would be a
Property-owners base their claim for
a fire engine on the growth south of
Belmont to Division street and east
ward to Sunnyside. A lot of fine new
houses are being built in the Ladd
tract. However, It is not expected to
get this engine until some time next
year, as estimates for fire protection
are all in.
Start Work on Grange Hall.
Work was started yesterday morning
on the foundation of the addition to the
hall of Evening Star Grange 27. on
the Section Line road. South Mount Ta
bor, it being the first done on the build
ing. A foreman has been employed by
the bullcfing committee, with instruc
tions to get the foundation ready as
soon as possible. Saturday the plans
Every mother feels a great
dread of the pain and dan
ger attendant upon the
most critical period of her
life. Becoming a mother
should be a source of joy
to all, but the suffering and
MY FEE $10.00
In Any Uncomplicated Case Only
Different doctors have different id?as in regard to
cures. Some call a suppression of symptoms a cure.
They dose for drug effects and claim that nothing
more can be done. But the real ailment remains and
will bring the real symptoms back again, perhaps the
same as before, but very likely leave the patient in a
much worse condition. I claim that nothing less than
complete eradication of disease can be a real cure.
I treat to remove the disease, and not merely the
symptoms. I search out every root and fiber of the
aliment, and I oure to stay cured.
I not only cure all weak conditions promptly, but I
employ the only treatment that can possibly cure such
disorder permanently. It Is a system of local treat
ment entirely original with me, and is employed by
no physician other than myself. This may seem a
broad assertion, but is just as substantial as It is broad.
I cure this leprous disease completely. The system
is thoroughly cleansed and every poisonous taint re
moved The last symptom vanishes to appear no more,
and all Is accomplished by the use of harmless blood
cleansing remedies. Do not submit to the dangerous
mineral dosing commonly Indulged in. Such treatment
merely obscures the symptoms.
The DR. TAYLOR CO.
for the addition were inspected and ap
proved by the members. It still re
mains for the details to be worked out.
The addition, which will be built on
the west side of the present hall, will
be 40x40, and will provide a hall 40x80
in all. It will be completed by the first
meeting In January.
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Poison, Stricture, Gieet,
Prostatic trouble ana
all otber private dis
eases are successfully
treated and cured by
me. Call and see me
about your case If
you want reliable
treatment with prompt
and permanent resulta
Consultation free and Invited. All transac
tions satisfactory and confidential. OClce
bours t A. M. ta g P. U. Sundays 10 to 11
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must say that It entirely meets with my professional sanction. , ,. .
D. H. LOOMIS. Late Demonstrator ol Anatomy. Philadelphia Medical Oolleee.
Wi Guaranfsi M. !. S. T. No. 2 will Cur. or We Will Refund Your Money
RHETTMATTSM. no matter how long standinir. 'Any ease of Inflammation of the Bladder
or Enlarged Prostate Gland, no matter if the patients have been for years foroed to use a
catheter. BLOOD POISON IN ANY STAGE. ANY CASE OF DIABETES- --.
Any case of Stricture without local treatment. In addition to the above M. I. S. 1. no.1
has cured many oases of Paralysis. Locomotor Ataxia. Spinal Trouble and Apparently incurable
diseases of the nerves and has remoted from the system cancer and cancerous growths.
M. i. a T. has been on the market for over years, and has cured thousands of sufTerers.
It la prescribed by leading physioians all over
M f-,f to write to us, no
Munri Aiir mnnnv.
Remedy for yourself, we will send you one week's treatment by mail FREE, only asking thai
when cured yourself you will reoommend It to others. Write confidentially to our medical de
partment, giving symptoms. $1 per box. or six boxes for $5.
skidmoreari"vco.. ddress Mi I Si Ti GSn TcIsdSi Oi
151 Third St., Fortlnad, Or. 1 " w.
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Presenting a vivid and realistic study
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1 Also a figure study of health and dis
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We cure Weakness of Men, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Nervous Debil
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OREGON MEDICAL INSTITUTE
291V2 Morrison St., Between Fourth and Fifth, Portland, Or.
The Leading Specialist.
Varicocele Cured Without Cutting
The time was when every man afflicted with vari
cocele had no choice other than to allow the disease
to go on undermining his power and health or sub
mit to a surgical operation. Now he can choose a
thorough cure by painless treatment. I cure vari
cocele lr one week, and It Is seldom necessary that the
patient Is detained from his business even a single '
day. My method is original with myself, and is tho
only safe and successful treatment for varicocele ever
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suggestions to men who are diseased or weak. If you
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and on Sundays from 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
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Private Entrance 234 1-2 Morrison St
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matter how many doctors or kinds of medicines
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For complete cure In any simple us
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