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TITE MORNIXO OREGOXIAX, TUURSDAT, MAY 11, 1911.
Dredge Will Leave Lewis River
Soon to Commence
ESTIMATED COST $22,000
Work of Cutting 40-Friot Conre Is
to B Started 40 Mlk-4 Inland at
Tolrdo Slramrr CheMer
I Pljlnj Stream.
Coincident with a Journey of Inspec
tion road yesterday by Major Mrlndoe.
Corp of Ensrlneera. l t. A., on the
Cowlitz Itlrer. bralnnlnsr at Toledo
and continuing downstream to deep
water, announcement was made that
the. dredKn Cowlltx. whlrh yeaterdar
befrnn operation on Iewls Itlver.
would be ordered to the Cowllta In
three week to remain Indefinite!'.
Th! mean that the latent project pro
vided for will be rushed to completion.
Owlnc to the rise In the Columbia
Rlrer the dlsTKer will be unable to
work In deep water near the mouth to
advantage, but It Is proposed t send
her upstream, where the upper reaches
may be worked successfully. As tl:e
season advances and the Columbia re
redes the dredge will work throuch
the shoal places and clean up the en
trance, by which time another appro
priation may be available or use had
for the plant elsewhere.
Chester Smallest of Type.
Major Mclndoe was Joined by Captain
KeUoijf. of the Kellna: Transporta
tion Company, and the trip downstream
was made on the steamer Chester, the
smallest vessel of her type and draft
In the world. The Chester operates on
a stream whlr.h at times Is so shallow
that at certain points wagons back Into
the channel to receive freight from
Data compiled by Major Mclndoe
shows that on the Cowlltx. which Is 4$
miles from Portland and traverses a
district that Is furnishing consldiable
trade to Tacoma and Puget .'ourd that
should be routed to this city, the ordi
nary head of navigation Is Toledo. 40
miles from the mouth. The f'rst proj
ect was adopted June 14. 18S0, and
prior to Government aid belrg given,
the average stage of water at Toledo
was 14 Inches. The latest act. dated
June 1910. provides for a channel
four feet deep . from the mouth to
Ostrander and a channel two and one
half feet deep to Castle Kock. The
estimated cost of this work la I--.-000.
with HO00 annually for trrJnten
anre. Between Castle Rock and To
ledo the channel Is to be 40 feet wide.
April, but she had S1S0 long tons. The
Hank Line steamer Orterlc. which is
due In the river tomorrow from the
north, probably will establish a new
record, as she Is to load 6000 tons of
wheat, which Is the amount carried by
the Lucerlc, but will also take !. 500.000
feet of lumber. Besides wheat the
Lucerlc cleared with 5310 tons of flour
and lumber approximating; 870 tons, but
the Utter Items will be ofrsel oy tne
Orterlc's lumber. The Hercules, which
will shift today from Alnsworth dock
to Alblna to load flour. Is also to have
a full load and May should prove a
record breaker for the amount of ton
nage dispatched. There have been lar
ger cargoes of one character, like the
flour cargo of the big Algoa and lum
ber carried by the pjornstjerne Bjorn-
sen. but not of general stuff. .
ROAD ORDERS ALL
Milwaukee's Mew Coaches
Be Fireproof and Almost
Consols Invited to Attend.
Invitations to the annual session of
foreign consols of the North Pacific
Coast, which will be convened at Ta
coma June IS. and at which consuls
of that city and Port Townsend are to
act as hosts, have been received here
by the following representatives: Costa
Rica, O. O. Ames: Swltxerland. Charles
SCHEDULE IN PREPARATION
Dee te Arrive.
Name. From. . Data
TowmlK Fmn Kranelsco In port
Hercules JlTOHkr.nl In port
Falcon. ....... n FriaciK4 In port
F.evrr en P'ore. .. . In port
Breakwater.. ..Coo. Bay la port
An1. Handoa. ..... In P0"
Uoldea Gate. .. Tillamook.. ..' ay 1
Fut H. Elmore Tillamook.... May IS
Bear "an Pedro. ... Mav 1
Hoanoke Kan Ultio... M 1
Alliance fcureka May 17
Rose City San Pedro. ... Muy 1
Geo. W. Elder. .Pan Kt.sO. . . .May XI
Rlvarald Balboa June a
Two Transcontinental Trains to Re
Operated In Each Direction and
Service to Portland W ill Be
Begun This Summer. ,
Scheduled te Depart.
Traffic to Crow.
At low water the maximum draft
that can be accommodated at the shoal
points Is 14 to 1( Inches and the varia
tions of tide range from four feet at
the mouth to xero at a point nine miles
npatreara. freshets providing an ex
treme variation of 12 feet. The Kc'
logg Transportation Company antici
pates an Increase In traffic because
of the natural development of the coun
try. The channel Improvements will
draw some business that Is now han
dled by rail lines, and to take rare of
the future the company has on hand
equipment fir a new light-draft steam
er to be operated from Portland and It
will be started a soon aa conditions
reakwater....roo Ray Jay
Falcon. ....... fat Francisco May
Antll ..Fandoa. . ... May
;olden Gat. .. Tillamook. . . .May
Yoseroite San Francisco May
Ti. . Kan Pedro May
n.i u s-lmarTllla-naoW May 14
Roanoke San Lli KO. . . . May 17
Bear San Pedro.... May iS
Al.lanra.. .....Bureka. . . ... Mar 19
KonOlty Fan Pedro.... May 13
Geo. W. Elder. .Pan Plexo. ... May 14
Hercules llonskonf. ...May 23
Riverside Balboa June 13
Blrcher: Italy. C. T. Candlanl: Nor
way. K. M. Cederbergh: Honduras.
Hlchard Chilcott: Denmark. W. T.
Kisen: China. Moy Back Hln: Trance.
C. IL Labbe; Great Britain, James Lald
law; Sweden. Valdemar Lldell; Nether
lands, J. W. Mathes; Japan. Yasaturo
Numano; Mexico, F. A. Spencer; Chile,
A. R. Vejar.
SCHOONER AND SHIP TO DOCK
Owners Overhaul Vessels In Advance
of Offshore Voyages).
Before loading for ' Honolulu, the
schooner Mlndc.ro. which reached the
river Tuesday from Kedondo. will be
lifted on the Oregon drydock for cleaning-
and painting. The vessel left up
from Astoria yesterday and Is to be
raised today to remain on the dock
until Saturday. She Is under charter
for lumber and low dockage rates here
prompted her owners to have the work
executed before starting her cargo.
Another carrier to be docked at the
same plant is the French bark Marechal
ce Oontaut. which arrived up yesterday
with coal and Is discharging at the
bunkers of the Pacific Coast Company.
The vessel Is expected to be finished
so that she can be lifted Monday. So
far as Is known she will require no
repairs, but owing to her recent move
ments and the fact she has spent a
long time st sea since her last docking,
considerable cleaning on the hull may
be required and It will be repainted.
The vessel Is to load at the Portland
2(111 with lumber for New Zealand and
AlXORS' HOME MAY SCSPEXD
Boarding-nouse Master, Ree No
Profit I'nder New I .a v.
There are probabilities that after
M.iy 1$. when a new law governing
sailor boarding-houses becomes effec
tive. Portland will be without such
an Institution for the first time In sev
eral decades. Proprietors of the Sailors"
Home assert that as the provisions of
the new statute permit them to receive
only 111) and a month's advance, which
la $25. and ll must be paid to a ship
ping commissioner for each sailor
signed, their source of revenue will be
It Is estimated that the average cost
of boarding a sailor and supplying him
with clothing and general "gear" for
sea offsets the advance money and In
many cases, when men are scarce and
It Is known that a vessel will sail In a
few weeks, men are housed and fed for
m period that costs more than the ad
vance. As l-i Is paid under present
conditions and the old law permits ask
ing a greater fee. the boarding-house
masters say they are satisfied, but can
not afford to pay an annual license of
$300 and accept only the advance money
for furnishing ships with men.
To begin loading wheat for the
Golden Gate the steamer Northland is
to shift today from Oak-street dock to
After discharging cement at Couch
street dock today the steamer Francis
IL Leggett will drop down to Llnnton
to load lumber.
From the dock of the Pacific Bridge
Company the steamer Shoshone will
leave today for St. Helens, where she
Is to work a full lumber cargo for San
Authority has been received from
Washington for drydocklng the light
house tender iianxanlta, which Is due
In the river the latter part of the month
from Puget Sound.
The Campbell-Sanford-Henley Com
pany will load the steamer Nome City,
which arrived last night, with wheat
for San Francisco. She will also take
a deckload of lumber.
To have all necessary repairs made to
her hull and house that will place her
In first -class condition the steamer
Joseph Kellogg was hauled on the ways
at Supple'a yards yesterday.
In tow of the tug Melville the schoo
ner Mlndoro left up from Astoria yes
terday and the steamer Ocklahama met
the tug in the Columbia and took the
windjammer In tow. She la to arrive
Congestion on the Portland-Astoria
route having been reduced, the O.-W.
K. A N. steamer Hassalo was ordered
off the route yesterday and will remain
at the boneyard until another emer
Klchard Hart, chief deputy In the
office of the Seventeenth Lighthouse
District, departed yesterday for Seattle
on business concerning the sailing of
the tender Columbine for Alaska.
E B. Thomson, assistant engineer.
Corps of Engineers. V. 8. A., will de
part today for Salera to Inspect work
being done on the channel between the
capital and Independence by the
dredgea Mathloma and Champoeg.
About June 1 the dredge Oregon,
which Is operating In Coos Bay. is to
be ordered to Bandon to Improve the
channel between that point and Co
qullle City. For Coquille River Im
provements the last Congress appro
With coal from Newcastle the French
bark Marechal de Gontaut was entered
at the Custom House yesterday with
the gasoline schooner Anvil, from Ban
don and Oregon coast ports, the Break
water from Coos Bay and the North
land. Shoshone and Yosemlte from San
Francisco. The Breakwater cleared for
Coos Bay and will sail this morning.
Two bids, each for 75 cents a barrel,
were received yesterday at the office
of Major Mclndoe. Corps of Engineers,
U. S. A. to supply the Government with
40.000 barrels of fuel annually to be
consumed by the dredges Chinook and
Clatsop. It has not been determined
to whom the contracts will be awarded.
Sleeping cars of all-steel construction
have been ordered by the Chicago. Mil
waukee & Puget Sound Railway for use
between Portland and St. Paul as-soon
as the service from Portland to the
Eastern terminus Is established, which,
It is expected, will be early in the Sum
Service between Seattle and St. Paul
I will be inaugurated May 28 with new.
steel coaches operating through from
one end of the road to the other. Two
transcontinental trains, to be known as
the "Columbian and the "Olympic," will
be run In each direction. As the Mil
waukee's right of way Is considerably
shorter than that of any existing road,
the time Is expected to be somewhat
shorter. However, a schedule has not
yet been announced. Traffic officials now
are conferring with the operative depart
ment on. this feature of the service.
Order Heaviest on Record.
By ordering steel sleeping coaches Tor
all Its through passenger trains the Mil
waukee placed the heaviest order for
Bleeping cars of that class In the history
of American railroading. The coaches
are to be of the latest Improved pattern
and will be virtually Indestructible and
fireproof. The Milwaukee sleeping
coaches are patterned after original de
signs, and while they are of the same
general model as the Pullman Company's
cars, they are larger In every dimension.
The Milwaukee operates Its own sleeping
cars on Its entire system.
To accommodate adequately the pro
posed Portland service, fully 30 extra
coaches will have to be built. Present
plans provide for carrying one coach
that shall operate through from Port
land to St. Paul each way every' day.
As they will be more than two days In
transit and as time Is required at each
terminal for renovation, this large num
ber of extra cars will be necessary.
While definite arrangements for the
Portland service have not yet been made,
traffic officials of the Milwaukee system
constantly figure on this city when pre
paring for the Puget Sound business.
Elks to Take Early Train.
The first extensive business out of
Portland that will be routed over the
new Milwaukee line will be the special
train of Elks leaving here on the night
of July 3 for Atlantic City to attend the
annual convention and reunion and to
secure the promise of the grand lodge to
meet in Portland in 1912.
It is probable that A. J. Earllng, presi
dent of the Chicago. Milwaukee A St,
Paul road, will travel over the new line
on the first through train that leaves
Chicago for Puget Sound and Portland.
He has expressed a determination to
visit the Northwest cities within a short
time, and now is endeavoring to arrange
his affairs so that he can make the
Westward trip at that time. Mr. Earllng
has not been in Portland for six months.
Since his last visit reports that the Mil
waukee is about to gain an entrance
into the city by buying East Side ter
minal property and by acquiring the
Oregon Water Power trackage from the
Columbia River have been frequent. It
Is said that he Is carrying on the nego
tiations that eventually will place Port
land fn the direct line of another trans
continental system. If Mr. Earllng comes
to the Coast with the first through train
he will Include Portland In his Itinerary
H. R. Williams, of Seattle, president of
the Puget Sound road, will accompany
him on his vtslt.
STRONG GIVES -REASONS
President of Associated Charities
Tells Why He Has Recslgned. ,
"The statement that appeared in The
Oregonlan that I was proposing shortly
to sever my connection with the Asso
ciated Charities Is correct, and this
has already been announced to the I post as a bulletin an official poster ad
dlrectors and will take effect at the 1 vertlsinsr the exhibition. The letter to
next meeting of the Board in June,
but I would not like the public to
get the impression that a hasty read
ing of the news item and its headlines
might give them, that this action Is
due to any feeling of discouragement,"
said Thomas N. Strong, president of
the Associated Charities, yesterday.
"The 22 years of my continuous serv
ice as president has made me proof
against any such feeling. There has
never been In this 22 years of stress
and toll a single unpleasant difference
of opinion In the councils of the City
Board of Charities or the Associated
Charities or an unpleasant word
spoken, and no one could ever ask
for more loyal support than I have
"Financially, the Associated Charities
is about as well off today as It usually
is and better off than it often has
been. Like the old monks. It took orig
inally an oath of poverty and has
lived from hand to mouth on its regular
subscriptions ever since and kept Its
vows faithfully. Nevertheless, In all
these 23 years, although often called
upon to. spend thousands of dollars
beyond its regular income to keep men
and women from suffering, it has never
failed to audit and pay its bills In
full on the second Tuesday of every
month. The people of Portland have
always loyally supported it both in
good times and in bad, and there 1
no reason to doubt that this support
will be continued, but If not continue
all It would have to do would be
shut Its doors. It has no Institution
depending upon It.
My resignation Is made for two
reasons: First, the personal one, that
I need the rest, and for a year or two,
at least, should be free of the cares
of the office. Few people appreciate
the wear and tear of such work, or
how heavily it bears on the officers of
such organizations. Poverty and sor
row are depressing In themselves, an
to be at the beck and call of the un
fortunate and friendless means a heavy
and continuous strain. A man mus
once In a while take a vacation, and 22
years of public service entitles me
now to take mine.
"In the second place, the Associated
Charities is now at a parting of the
ways. It was never Intended as an
alms-giving organization. Section 2 c
article II of its constitution expressl
declares that This society shall not
directly dispense alms in any form,
It is and was a personal service or
ganization to help helpless people t
help themselves, and Is compelled to
do Its work as skilled physicians at
the hospitals do theirs, by the employ
ment of devoted men and women paid
enough to enable them to give thel
entire lives to the work, and with
this concept of the hoard's function
I am In full sympathy, and I thorough
ly believe that the granting of pen
sions and the giving of money and
direct aid. unless very carefully done,
only aggravates the suffering of the
Some direct aid must, however, be
given in money, clothing, food and
shelter, and it is a nice question to
determine to what extent this should
be done, and In the case of distressed
families particularly there is now
strong feeling that the direct relief
should be adequate, ample and con
tinuous, should practically amount to
pensioning them as long: as they are
Even so high an authority as Dr,
Pevlne, the president of the New York
Associated Charities, can be quoted as
its favor, but how to finance such
a proposition in any congested popula
tion is a puzzling question, and stag
gers even the JSew York Board with
Its Income approximating $300,000
With the popular feeling as It Is,
however, over all the world, the ex
perlment of old age, non-employment
and other pensions of similar character
la sure to be tried, and in my humble
opinion even the great governments,
Germany. England and the like, will in
he end find the results unsatisfactory
nd the financial condition dangerous.
It Is risky legislation. Now the feel
ng exists here that helpless fumllles
should be practically pensioned, and
heavy pressure Is put on the Associated
Charities to undertake the work; and
while wishing it could be safely done
am, nevertheless, on the one hand un
willing to endure the pressure, and on
he other hand, unwilling to attempt to
finance the experiment.
'It seems to me unfair that 400 or
600 voluntary subscribers should bear
burden that would be a heavy one for
even the resources of taxation to en
dure, and if the Associated Charities
is to be called upon by public demand
to bear this heavy burden the tax
payers of the city should contribute
pro rata through the taxpaytng depart
ments for Its support.
Mr. Merrick says the posters are trans
mitted for display at the request-of the
Italians Celebrating Jubilee.
Italians are celebrating the Jubilee of
the proclamation of the Kingdom of
Italy, with an international exposition
at Rome and Turin. The exposition
was opened In February and will be
closed In November. Postmaster Mer
rick received from Joseph Stewart, the
Second Assistant Postmaster-General,
yesterday a letter Instructing him to
The intimate relation of the skin to the blood is shown by the fact that
imparities or poisons of any character are usually manifested in some form
on the outer cuticle. Humors in the blood produce what we term in general,
Skin Diseases. These are divided into several classes known as Eczema,
Acne, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Psoriasis, Pimples. Rashes, etc., and each of these
To assist in the dedication ceremonies I troubles indicate the cresence of humors or acids in the circulation.
""r. n!w VfjSfJL L'mPL!.of .tooi The humors and acids by their irritating nature, cause the delicate flesh just
Elks, Portland lodge will send a strong jeJ;i.. . . . . .
delegation from here at noon Saturday wucsui uic uuici earn iu unciaic sum uiacimigc, uu own mc uouy is uis-
when the local herd will march in a figured with eruptions which often are torturing to the sufferer because of
body from the ciubrooms at seventh soreness or intense itching. Salves, washes, lotions, etc., can have no curative
effect on skin diseases. Such treatment can perhaps soothe the irritated flesh,
but the real cure must be accomplished by purifying the blood. S. S. S. cures
Skin Diseases of every kind by purifying the blood and removing the humors
from the circulation. It neutralizes all impure acids, cools the over-heated
blood, and builds it up to normal strength. Then the skin instead of being
irritated by acrid impurities and humors, is nourished, soothed and softened
by pure, rich blood. Book on Skin Diseases and medical advice free. S. S. S.
is for sale at drug stores. JHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA, CA.
and Stark streets, headed by the police
band, and board the steamer Monarch,
which is to reach Astoria at o'clock.
The Monarch la to leave on the return
trip at 2 o'clock Sunday morning, ar
riving here about 7 o'clock.
MoTCiiient! of Vessels.
JBSET GAINS FTLEKT RECORD
Liner Sails With 600 Tons of
General Cargo for Orient.
Mixed cargo carried yesterday by the
Oriental liner Henrik Ibsen, approxi
mating (300 tons. Is the largest load
ever dispatched of more than one com
modity from Portland by the Harrlman
Interests since the Inception of the
Portland Asiatic Steamship Com
pany's service. It fei also the first time
the Ibsen has been loaded to raraclty
since being chartered for the Far East
It was generally thought on the
waterfront that her load exceeded that
carried by the Bank Line steamer Lu
rerla. which made her maiden voyage
PORT LAKH. May la Arrived Steamer
Nome City, from sa?i ancico; steamer F.
U. jjoop. from Sun Kranciaco. Called at..am-
r Argyll, for San Francisco; Nnrweslan
steamer Heorlk Itaon. for Hontrkonr and
way porta; steamer tleo. W. Cider, for ban
rii.m and war Doris.
Aatorla. Kay l'V Condition at the month
of the river at B. P. M.. smooth; wind north
west. 1 mil-: rather. partly cloudy. Ar
rived at S and left up at H A. M. st-amer
Nome Cltv. from San Kranclsro. Called at
T A. t rteamar shna Yak. for Katie Har
bor. Called at T:ao A. M. ftcamer Alli
ance, for Coos Bay and Eureka. Arrived
at :4' and left up at 8 So A. M. Steamer
K. K- Loop, from San Fraactaco. Sailed at
11 A- X. Steamer -W. 8. Porter, lor San
ban Francisco. May 10. Arrived at 10 A.
31. ffteamer Roes City, from Portland. Ar
rived at 2 P. M. Steamer Bear, from San
San Francisco, Mav 10. Arrived Steam
ers Carlos, from Wlllapa: roaster, from
Uraya Harbor; barkantina Raco. from Cooa
liay. Called steamers China. for Hons
krc: Asov. for Talara Bay; Wllhelmtna. for
Honolulu: Asuncion, for Vancouver; Watson,
for Seattle: 'iedondo. for Coos Bay.
Havre. May 7. Arrived French bark
Canneblerre. from Portland.
Iaa Palmaa. May b. Arrived British
steamer Stratluieaa. from Portland.
Seattle. May 10. Arrived 8t-am'r Gover
nor, from Tacoma: schooner U. o. Gams,
from San Dleo; V. . Cableahlp Bnmslda.
from Pound ports: steamer Col. K. TL. Drake,
from San Francisco; eteamer Prince Geonra.
from prtnea Rupert: slaamer Oeneral Falr
ehllds. from Kaal Harbor. Sailed Cteamer
tlovernor. for Sound ports; steamer Prlnca
Georre. for Portland Canal; steamer Coram,
THE DR. GREE5 METHOD OS
I ef any a
ITOT A CKtT CHARGED
that atay cored.
, I Hls-a.
, J 0:23 A.
TMea at Astoria Tfaoraday.
I A. M 0.3
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five you beyond doubt if your case Is curable,
here Is absolutely no patch work about our treat
ment, for soon after beginning It disagreeable
symptoms disappear and the trouble never returns.
Our best reference Is our former patients, whom
we have cured and made happy.
If discouraged because you have failed with
others, call 'and see us. A confidential chat, to
gether with a thorough personal examination, will
cost you nothing. If you take our treatment, you
may pay for It when eatlsfied, or when cured.
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DEBILITY. PROSTATIC, BLADDER and KID.VEV
troubles. CONTRACTED allmenta, PILES and all
WHAT TOO WANT IS A CURE COME TO US
AND UET IT.
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Howre Dally, te S Evenlnga, T to 8 Sundays, JO te 1,
BANKERS' INSTITUTE MEETS
Portland Chapter ' Elects- Officers
and Convention Delegates.
Officers for the ensuing year and del
egates to the annual convention to he
held at Rochester, N. Y-, September 9
to 11, were chosen at the regular meet
ing of the Portland chapter of the
American Institute of Banking in the
convention hall of the Portland Com
mercial Club on Tuesday.
The election resulted as follows:
Board of governors for two-year term,
G. W. t'pshae. Portland Trust Com
pany; E. B. Alger. Merchants' National;
E. F. Sims, United States National;
Ixckwood Hebard, Security Savings &
Trust Company; J. E. Wiley, Hibernia
Savings Bank; governors for one year,
G. V. Bishop, Bank of California; E.
1m McCabe. Bank of California.
The following officers were then
chosen: President, A. R. Stringer,
First National; vice-president, E. F.
Sims; secretary, Lockwood Hebar;
treasurer, E. B. Alger. A. R. Stringer,
Jr.; E. II. Conser and C. U Philliber
were named as delegates to the Roches
Reports of officers showed that the
organisation, during the last year has
had unusual success.
The American Banking Institute is
organized to promote the general wel
fare of its members, who must be
connected in an active way with a
recognized bank. Its activities are
limited to educational and social feat
ures, however. In the Winter months
weekly meetings are held at which
men of affairs and heads of banking
Institutions are Invited to deliver lec
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seven days. Consultation free. If un
able to call, write for list of questions.
Office Hours S A. M. to 8 P. M.
Sunday. 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. only.
Pacific Coast Medical Co.
124 V4 WASHINGTON STREET,
Corner ilrst. Portland, Or.
L. T. YEE & SONS
The Old. KellabU Cbtn-m
Xetor .Trent Uftlm study t
herb and rcaefirch Id CMmj
was Armatd diploma by th
Emptror: rraarantMfi cur all
ailment of ma and woxoaa
vbn others (all. If you auf
fer, call or write to IC M
hOS'ti ME1MCINK CO.. 1VV-.
t int. Cor. Aider. JortfcM4i. l
S. H. WAI JING CO.
Original Chinese herb and
root medicine. Man or
woman suffering with
any internal, external or
eruptive diseaae can be
cured speedily - and have
all the traces eradicated
from the system by our
Free consultation and ex
amination. 301i4 First sU
iftyV'iflVl jl'V'esats J
Cured in Five Days
Dr. A. O. Smith.
Z am the only specialist In Fort
land who does not advertise a fic
titious name or photograph.
I publish my true photograph,
correct name, personally conduct
my office. I am the most success
ful and reliable, as medical cre
dentials and press records prove.
I make this statement so that yon
will know yon consult a true spe
cialist, who sees and treats pa
tients personally. I possess skill
nd experience, acquired In such a
way that no other can share, and
ihould not be classed with medical
companies. It is Impossible for
a medical company to attend col
lege. Companies have no diplomas
or license to practice medicine in
Oregon or any other state. Medi
cal companies usually are named
after a doctor. A portrait, whose
personality and identity are in
definite, is selected and published
as the legitimate specialist of the
office. Hired substitutes, ordinary
doctors with questionable ability,
give consultation, examination
Hernia, Blood Poison
No Detention From Occupation,
KamtlT or Home
vecvaro tit -Arty a l.ivn MriT KAT.
URAjL MOST SAFE, A RADICAL
AND P ERMANENT CURE. I
GIVE MY WORD AND WILL CITE
YOU TO OTHER MEDICAL AU
THORITIES THAT THIS 13 A
FACT. I AM CERTAINLY PRE
PARED TO CURB BY EXPERI
ENCE AND EQUIPMENT. WHICH
ARE THE KEYSTONES TO SUC
CESS. - I HAVE THE BEST
EQUIPPED MEDICAL OFFICE ON
THE COAST. I WILL GIVE 500
TO ANY CHARITY AS GUARAN
TEE THAT EVERY STATEMENT
IN THIS ANNOUNCEMENT 13
I invite you to come to my of
fice. I will explain to you my
treatment for Varicose Veins,
Hernia, Nervous Debility. Blood
Poison. Plies, Fistula, Bladder.
Kidney, Prostatic and all Men's
Ailments, and give you FREE a
physical examination; if necessary
a microscopical and chemical
analysis of accretions, to deter
mine patholosjlcal and bacterio
logical conditions. Every person
should take advantage of this op
portunity to learn their true con
dition. A permanent cure is what
' VARICOSE VEINS
Impair vitality. I dally demon
strate that varicose veins can be
cured in nearly all cases by one
treatment. In such a satisfactory
way that the vital parts are pre-
erved and strengthened, pain
ceases, swelling subsides, a
healthy circulation is rapidly re
established, Instead of the depress
ing conditions. I g-uarantee you a
sure to stay cured or refund the
HERNIA (HI PTTRE)
Disregard of existing hernia hae
cost many lives. The smallest
hernias are the most dangerous
to life, because of the Increased
liability to strangulation. I cure
rupture In selected cases with per
fect safety and entail no suffer
ing, and do not detain you from
occupation, under guarantee. Many
cases cured to stay cured in one
" 60a " FOR BLOOD POISOJT.
I use Professor Ehrllch's won
flerful new discovery, " HOS," in
cases of Specific Blood Poison. It
cures in one treatment, and la the
greatest marvel of medloal
science. Thle new remedy has
been successfully used in thou
sands of cases. Let me explain It
WRITTEN" GUARANTEE Dr. Smith's written g-uarantee means a oure
or no pay for services. I guarantee to cure certain ailments or refund
every dollar you have pald'me for my services. My eervlces cost you
nothing unless I cure your Varicose Veins. Hernia, Piles. Fistula, Blood
Poison, or any ailment I guarantee to oure. My terms are reasonable
and no more than you are able and willing to pay for benefits.
Office hours A, M. to ( P. M. Sundays. 10 A, M. to 1 P. M.
Dr. A. G. Smith
2344 Morriion Street
Danger Lurks in Neglect
SECURE THE SERVICES OB
"THE FOREMOST SPECIALISTS"
HOXE5T TREATMENT POSmVB RESTTrTS"
My Claims .Are Founded on Cures
If yon Are wa.k alllnr man, atop and think
what you could accomplish If you wera strong and
well what a aourca of happiness, good health and
robuat strenrth would ba to you.
It takaa mora atrenrth to b trick than well it
takaa mora strength to live under the conditions
of lllnesa than It doea whan in health.
All my life I have been studying- this problem
curing complaints 01 men restoring; to strengta
wea-a, a-iunc men.
I know that I can quickly and surely restore
you to bemlth.
My tram line practice, my large Treed teal offices
are the result of cures sure, certain. I can cure
YOU CAN PAY AFTER CURED
My Fee in Many Cases
Baslnes or Home.
lS'o Borere Operations.
Many Cases Thoroughly
Cared in On Treatment.
I han Proof for Every
Investigate for yourself. REMERBER, IT COSTS
YOU NOTHING to have the opinion of the best.
A thorough, painstaking EXAMINATION given
each, and every person by me personally.
To any man who Is suffering from WEAKNESS
FUNCTIONAL. DECLINE, or PROSTATIC DIS
EASES let me ask you the question: Will you put
your time against mine? If I fail to cure, MY
SERVICES COST YOU NOTHING. This remark
able treatment you can only procure from ME. It
consists of 21 TREATMENTS 'NO MORE, NO
LESS. Each and every treatment is given by me,
aa It is too valuable to intrust to an assistant.
I can cure you and make you aa well as you
ever were In your life. I will tone up your sys
tem, cleanse the poison from your blood, give you
a healthy color to your cheeks, a brightness to
your eye, so that In a very short time you would
not know that you ever had & sick day In your
You can't afford to experiment with your
HEALTH AND STRENGTH.
My long years of experience aa a SPECIALIST
In diseases peculiar to men have proved to ma
that sO per cent of the men are suffering from,
on or more of the following condition:
epectflo Blood Poison. Contracted Disorders. Kid
ney and Bladder Troubless, Postratlo Disease. Piles,
and all Reflex Pelvic Ailments.
Examination and Consultation Free
I MAKE NO CHARGE WHATEVER FOR CONSULTATION. EXAMINATION
AKD FULL, INFORMATION, AND TOO HAVE NOTHING TO PAT FOB BXCEPT
Madlelnaa furnished from my own laboratory. tLSO to M.50 par course. If yen
cannot call, write for particulars. Many eaoaa are cura&le at home. Hours A. H.
to a P. M. Sundays 10 to IX.
ST LOUIS MEDICAL CO.
ZSOtt TAMHILL ST., COB. SECOND ST.
CURED IN FIVE DAYS
Nervous Debility, Blood
and Skin Diseases,
Disease, Diseases of the
Liver Disorders, Piles,
and All Diseases of Men
I Do, and Do "What I Advertise.
GIVEN FREE BY A
I Advertise. "What
PHYSICIAN WHO HAS BEEN
30 YEARS A SPECIALIST. :
COME AND CONSULT US FREE OF ALL CHARGE.
AW THE OLD RELIABLE SPECIALIST.
Corner Alder and Second streets. Entrance 128 hi Second street, Portland,
Or. Office, hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sundays. 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
from the harbor the latter part vf