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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN. FRIDAY, 3IAY 26, 1911.
RIVER RISE HALTS
Willamette Falling, Dock Dan
ger Over, Is Forecast.
CLIMB IS IMPROBABLE
ool 'Weather Clieck Warmth la
Mountains and Stream May Re
main Steady Columbia
s Mace Not rcrllon.
- rarr of an Immediate rt la th
TVilljinette suflVlont to submerge mora
than tin lower deck of Ash-street dock,
which has ben under water for several
r!as. Is rant. This forecast was mad
hj the Weather Bureau yesterday. The
stream Is fallinc at all points and there
1 not th slightest Indication that It
will cllnib In tha next few day a. At
Jtrtind yesterday tha sauce read 14
fet. In-ii.atln a fall of two-tenths of a
fort la 54 hours.
Tha rain of the last week, thoush
beay at time, an 4nch of precipitation
balna receive! Wednesday, has tiad no
perceptible effect on the freshrt. ay re
pni front K:irne. liarrlsbura. Aibany.
Salem and Wllronvlile. where a fall baa
been noted In the last 14 hours. A
tie cool weather of the last few days
l:as checked hiaher temperatures In the
mountains. It Is thouartit that the Wil
lamette will not show a rapid fa'.l and
the river may remain stationary at
times unless there la a sudden and
continued warm wave.
The Columbia also shows lesa tend
ency to Increa.-e Its flow, though sliaht
rises were reported yesterday at Ken
aewlck and The littles. As the amount
of snow retnalntnsr In the mountains la
about normal for this season. It Is ar-a-ued
by those familiar with freshets of
the past that there Is no reason to fear
a disastrous rise.
At most local docks the water Is
within two feet of the lower deck, and
whll river steamers float much higher
ahova their loedlnar bertha than cua
lynary. no difficulty la experienced In
(OOPIK ASKS roii KOMC CITV
3farlne Parade Will Include About
7 & Decorated Vraaela.
J. tv. Ransom, general aitent of tha
Fan Francisco lor t land Steamship
t'ompany. has received a communica
tion from Secretary tiooper. of the
Portland Motor-Hoat "lub. who haa
charts of the Ki Festival marine
parade June . when UI oregonns
will be escorted up stream and make
Ma offlclnl entry Into the city at tha
foot of Stark street, asking that the
popular steamer Hose City be placed at
the disposal of tha festival otflriala
and their guests on that occasion so
that she can act as flagship of tha
fleet and lead the column through tha
harbor. Mr. Ransom will forward tha
request to General Manager Hchwerln,
at fan Francisco, and an answer Is
expected pv the time of the return of
tha Koee City June I. when she will
remain In port until Juna ?.
To prepare the vessel for the oc
casion will mean the loss of about
half a day. as It Is planned to steam
her to l.mnton. where Invited ituesta
will go aboard and she will then take
position at the head of tha column. An
abundance of rosea will be provided
to deck the ship In the festival flower,
and preparations will be made Im
mediately on the receipt of Mr.
(M-awerln's sanction. Hecaus tha
steamer Is named In honor of the an
nual festival and Is generally rated tha
most popular vessel sailing from Port
l.ind. tha committee deems her acquisi
tion one of the most attractive features
of the marine exercises, for It will ba
the first time that a deepwater vessel
has participated. Mr. Cooper haa se
cured entrlea of about 7t vessels, prin
cipally motor-boata. fw the parade
and It promises t he the largest
fleet that haa formed the king's escort
since the Inception of tha Rosa Festi
AVISSCIIAVMIX IS APPOINTED
fceatnea Will lie Furnished locally
by Shipping Master.
relormenta In tha sailor boarding
house situation are looked for aoon aa
a, conee.iuence of the action yesterday
by the State tailor lloarillnithouse Com
mission In appointing George A. Wlss
chaosen shipping master. The office!
was created through an amendment to
the Pallor Boardlnghouse act. passed at
the last session of the Legislature, and
limlta the shipping msster to a fee of
$1 for each sailor furnished.
The measure Is aimed at boardlng
houses that have been maintained for
years locally, the one remaining being
under the management of the White at
Grant Interests. It has been their cus
tom to Induce seamen to make the Sail
ors' Home their headquarters, and when
a esel required men to ship them pro
viding each with clothing and necee
alttea for the voyage. In return they
have been paid one month s advance of
waxes, amounting to and the addi
tional fee. under the law. was S30.
though for sometime but 1-0 has been
The sailor boardlnghouae masters say
that as tha new law exacts a license
fee of i" annually for conducting a
house and they are allowed but 110 for
eah man In addition to tha advance
and that must ba paid the 'shipping
xcaater. It Is Impossible for them to
continue In the business with the lim
ited number of sailing vessels dis
patched each year. They have not ap
plied for a license and as no men are
betas' kept at their establishment tney
are on. following the business, saying
that there Is not auffficlent business
prospective now to warrant them pay
ing tha license fee. .
feT. KOX.VLD CLEARS TO JU.TCRX
Evans ElnWhea and Orteric W1U Go
Through Bridges Tomorrow.
According to an outward manifest yes
terdav. filed at the Custom-liouee. the
British tramp St. Ronald will double back
on her course before leaving the river
for the Far East, as she was cleared
with S.:5.K feet of lumber, valued at
IJJ.SO. for Tlentsen and Shanghai, via
Xalnraa. Portland ar.d Seattle. The ma
terial waa loaded at St. Johns and L4nn
ton and more la to be taken on at Ka
lama. after which the St. Ronald will
return to Linnton to finish and will call
at Seattle to coal.
The British schooner David Evans fin
ished working lumber .it the Portland
mill last evenlr.g and will start down as
aoon as she secures a full crew. The
ektpper haa been making strenuous ef
forts to obtain men during the past few
dava. but It wee reported yesterday that
he lacked a full complement and as the
board !r.g-houee haa no men he waa com
palled to neaotlate for them personally.
Tha British steamer Orteric. of the Bank
line, which haa been working overtime,
probably will take on the last of her
lumber at Inmiii-PoxieD'i tomorrow and
will shift at once to the Alhlna dock.
proceeding from there to Martin's dock
and then to Ka.'ama to work mora lum
ber. As aoon aa tha DaviJ Evans leaves
her berth the French bark Marechal da
Oontaut. which la anchored la tha
stream, will occupy it.
BAYOCEAX TO BE LAUNCHED
Gaeollne raaeenfer Yacht Will Be
Stunts of a eurprlelng and entertain
ing character are promlaed at the
launching at I: P. M. tomorrow of tha
gasoline passenger yacht Bayocean. at
Supple's yards. The programme has
been turned over to the Portland Ad
Men's Club, and It Is assured that their
participation will make tha occasion
unique In the annals of marina christen
ings In local waters. ........
Tom Richardson has been elected to
the office of chairman, and on hta list of
orators ara Mayor 8lmon and Captain
Mr. flupple. aa tha builder, has avinred
deep pride In the construction, while
Fred Ballln. her designer, is willing to
(wager that tne wrocein -
class of her own wneu m
tlon. and to tha entire marine fraternity
her launching and futura movements
w'll be of deep Interest.
in she ooenlnr of the Rose
I Festival engineers of the harbor patrol
Pas e Arrive.
Orteric HoMkMf ....Jr. port
Tosemlte San Kr.ncl.co In port
Header ran p.dre. . . . In port
Itr.ksHer....roos Her J" P0
OoM.n Gate. .. Tillamook.... -
Sue H. Rimore Tiliamooa Vajf -
A.llo-x-e Ei.ra -
Koenoke Dleeo... J ay -J
K.ar fan Ptdro.... MJ SJ
nvll Jlanaon -J
f-trathlvon Honxkcng June 1
Koa.otr saa fedre June J
O.o. W. Elder.. San DIo J
Kl.arslde BaJboa June
caedaled ta Draart,
reams. Tvr J??1-
Jlre.Kwater Coo. Pa v r ;
OolJen Cats... Tillamook J;r -J
Orteric Honxkong....Mer -J
B'arer Pan I'edro Jler -J
Toeemlte mh rTSKura-j --
f.'jrms ' - " --
Jlandon May 30
tt rimin 1 H mn i"v
stoanoke n Pleso. ... May at
Gee. w. Kiaer..en w ..... - -
ttrathlron Ilot-skocg June lO
Kltemde Baiooa June IS
service are overhauling the official
Uunrh Elldft which will be In demand
for oftlclal tripe.
Though doing batter than usual tha
steamer Golrien Gate will not make eight
vovagea to Tillamook this month, aa aha
ts due In today and will sail tomorrow on
her seventh trip. 8he will leave again
Coming from Otaru with a consign
ment of the Japanese oak loca In addi
tion to general cargo, the Oriental liner
Ptrathlyon. Is looked for In the river be
fore Monday. She will be dispatched
with a large cargo of lumber.
J. M. Switxer. wlrelese operator and
freight clerk on the steamer Beaver, haa
accepted a berth on the ateamer Break
water as puraer. succeeding Herbert
. m k.. nn to Ean Fran-
claco to fill another position with the
J P. Rogers, a banker of Falerri. has
completed the hull of a cruising launch
In which he expects to travel thin sea
son from Portland to Ban Pedro and of
ficers of the Custom-House. by whom all
craft are measured, have been notified
that the launch will ba brought here In
tha next few days to hare tha engine
Harbormaster Fpeler waa yesterday no
tified that he had been elected an hon
orary member of tha Portland Motor-
. . r-i..k TKa .rfinn waa taken to oon-
vey to the head of the waterfront police
the appreciation or tna motorooai
wi to nromota tha SUC-
cess of local racea In arranging berths
for visiting fleets ana keeping uie toui
Four ooaatwisa steamers yesterday
cleared for outside porta to load lum
ber, tha Kalrhaven going to Port Lud
low, the J. R. Stetson to Aberdeen, the
Shoshone to St. Helens snd tha Thomas
U Wand to TVUlapa Harbor. The Wand.
Bhoahone. Stetson and Falrhaven entered
from San Francisco In general cargo and
tha Breakwater, from Coos Bay. the lat
ter clearing for tha return.
Captain winkle, who waa here last aa
master of the bar ire Amy Turner, now In
. w.-kjw t.h&i riort veaterday as
skipper of the steamer Wsahlngton. mak
ing her first tnp unaer roe u.wu -.
ki.h ' 1 .ha was recent-
nony nas;. w " -
ly added by purchase. Captain Petersen.
formerly on tne ninini.
.v.- areamar Thomaa L. Wand, now
discharging at Couch street.
Captain John Bermlngham. I nitea
States Supervising Inspector of Steam
Vessels. In the first district, reached
Portland yesterday from Puget Bound
and will remain until this evening, when
he returns to San Francisco. Captain
Bermlngham will visit local vessels and
gain a more comprehensive InsUht Into
the enforcement of rules that make the
Willamette and Columbia rivers among
the foremost waterways of the country
aa regards lnfrequency of accidenta.
Movements of Vesaelg.
PORTUAND. May IJ. Arrived Steamer
Asuncion, from tan Francisco: steamer J.
A. Chanalor. from Monterey; ateainer I osem
lie. from Ban Francisco: ateamer Washing
ton, from fan Francisco. Sailed fteamer
Klamath, for fan eTancHco: steamer North
Una, tor San ITancisco; steamer J. B. Stet
son, for Abardean.
Astoria. Or, May Si Condition at the
mouth of the river at S P. M smooth: wind,
northsrsst. miles: weather, clear. Left up
at e A M . steamer Vosbura. with barae
Xebalsm. Arrived at :SO and left up at
U A. M steamer Asuncion, from eao Fran
cisco; steamer J. A. Chaoslor. from Mon
terey, balled st 10 A. ateamsr Geo. W.
Elder, for tan Diego and way ports. Arrived
at W and left op at 11 A. M.. steamer
Twmlta. from Kan Francisco. Arrived at
11 A. M. and left up at 1 H. M-. steamer
Wsshlcrton. from fan Francisco.
San Kranclsco. May Arrived Steamer
Mable iJaJe. frtm Columbia Klver. Arrived
at a A- M-. ateamer Roanoke, from ban
Dleeo- areaiuer Koee Ciry. from Portland.
-.s Bav. May -a. Sailed at 13 noon
Steamer Alliance, for Portland.
San Pedro. Mar ii. Arrived yesterday
Steamer Shasta, from Portland.
I'ort San Iaile Mar 53. Sailed yesterday
Steamer Waehtenaw. for Portland.
F. mouth. May in. Arrived French bark
Burr on. from Portland.
San Frar.cls.-o, May IS. Arrived Steam
ers Rose I'lty. from Portland: Daisy Mltchsll.
from WTl.apa llarSor: H-lene. from Orars
Harbor; svhooner Mable Oaie, from Astoria.
Sailed Steamer Atlaa, for Seattle, towing
1.1 Anseles, Vay 2 Arrived firays
Harbor, from Will pa Harbor. Sailed
ITesldent. tor Seattle; Sjita Harbara, for
Oral! Harbor; Hornet, for Puxet Found:
Strainearae. for Seattle: Lucy. f.r I'mpqua
Klvar; Esther Buhne. for Coo,ullle River.
Tides at Asterta Friday.
11 a J A. M IS feet'5:i A. M -0 1 feet
ll::g P. M - feet V. M it fact
GolUt-ndale Kditor Takes Bride.
VANCOUVER, Wash, May JS. Spe
claL) Irving 8. Bath, editor of the
Ooldendale rJentlneU formerly of Hllls
boro and Cottage Grove, Or, and Mtas
Mary Josephine Coffleld were married
at noon today by Rev. Otis E. Gray,
rector of St. Luke's Episcopal Church,
at the home of the bride's sister. Mrs.
C. A. Pike, at SOT West Eighth street.
Miss Eunice Coffleld. of Portland, was
maid of 'honor. Mr. and. Mrs. Bath
left today for Vancouver. B. C, on their
honeymoon trip, and will ba at home
in UolJendalo J una IS.
SHORT CROP FEARS
Weather Keeps Wheat
Price on the Rise.
BAD SOUTHWEST REPORTS
Yield of Texas, Oklahoma and
Southern Kansas Is Estimated
at 15 Pcr Cent of
CHICAGO. May IS. Hot weather kept
wheat on the rise today. Threats of a short
yle.d in the Southwest helped give the bulla
an advantage which they utilised to the
limit. Throughout the day the wheat mar
ket was dominated by fear that high tem
peratures and lack of rain had wrought evil
to tne crops In Texas. Oklahoma and South
ern Kansas. Some of the nsuree for the
probable output of the two first-mentioned
stales ware sensational less than U3 per
cent of the yield of the previous season.
It srss thought to be not without signtfl-c-ance.
however, that the initial demand came
from speculatura who later were the best
ellrra In advance. There waa also consid
erable Investment buying, basad upon signs
of the July delivery having passed under
the control of the concentrated holdings in
May. During the session, July ranged
from 7'ic to SOSc and closed steady. lVtc
net higher, at M1tS9it
Srarclty of accepiancva from the country
frightened corn ahorta. July fluctuated be
tween ..-;. and 51S8MVC, closing steady
at uXVsuMSc. with a net gain of l&mc
Cash graoes were firm. No. 2 yellow finished
II Mtt 64 Sc.
Activity and bulxlng prices formed the
rule for the oata crowd. High and lov lim
lta for July turned out to be 3S473."c
and 34Var. with last sales ltc up. at 3.Sc.
The advance of provisions rested chiefly
on the strength of grain. In the end. pork
was blxher by I US to :2Vsc; lard. 5 to iSc
and rlts Jl-SIW.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Low. Close.
May 1 t -9's -Vs
July SS-v .S ?'
Srtt I's's -;a -S
Dec t .W, . .XJfc
May .Hi .st H .5i
July : -. .5J V .6-'!, .US
Sept S3. .5-s -53 ''H
Dec (lis .Six -ilH i-,t
May 54 S 5 .tS .S-H
July 34S .3V -35
Srut H .34 .34 .i'v
DSC...... .4 .aaii .eQ-vj
July 14 tS 14. si's ll.SIH 14.80
Juiv i ; :s .1TH -::
sept .s:t4 .a:H 2J'.s -s.3
J.ity -7t 1 0 T.STH
Sept T.eo 7.3 1 l.ain i ms
Cash qootatlona were as follows:
Flour iiulet. '
Re .So. i. He.
Barley Feed or mixing. tiljIOc; fair to
choice malting, sic nil. 01
Timothy aeed 113.
Pork Mesa, per barrel. H5113.15.
I .era Per 100 pounds, gs. IS.
Snort rtbe Sides (loose). tT.JTfJt.
Sldee Short, clear (boxed). tl.UHCI l.
Total clearances of wheat snd flour were
equal to 37.040 bushels. Primary receipts
were 331.004 bushels, compared with 117.000
b'ashels the corresponding day a year ago.
Kstlroated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat.
2 ;i care: Cora. 444 care; oata ISO care;
bogs. 14.000 head.
flour, barrels 1.:S t.SOO
Wheat, bushels Us.SOO 11.S00
Corn, bushels JM.400 N31.100
Oata bushels 433 00 lil.iOO
Kye. bushels 0.00" l."00
Barley, bushels tLiOO 11.400
Grain at tsaa Frausdsos.
SAM FRANCISCO. May S3. Wheat firm,
Spot quotations: Wheat Shipping, 11.40
01.60 per rental.
Brley Feed. 11.45 per cental: brewing.
$147Slf'J Pr cental.
Oats Bed. l.xOill,40 percental: white.
nomlnaU; Mack. tl. 1.1(11.3: per cental.
Call board aa.ea Barley December.
H SCs per cental bid 11.3.1 asked; May.
$1.43 per oeatal bid. ll.o asked.
Killssies Crala Markete.
LONDON. Mavy 2.V Carsoee firmer. Walla
Walla for shipment at S.'.a d to 3 da.
English oountry markets quiet. French
country markets eaay-
LIVEItPOOU May tS. Wheat
May. as HSd: July. Ss lOVid: October, e
esu. Weather clear.
Minneapolis wheat Market.
MINVTCAPOLI3. May It. Wheat
May. 6ac; July. THo; September. P2H1
I"tc: Iecember. KHe; No. 1 hard. I1.0OH:
No. 1 Northern. KSiiHSHc; No. 2 Northern.
50sCi No. wheat. 93g6Hc
Duluth Flax Market.
pi'LUTH. May S3. Flax on track and to
arrive. May and July, l-ii; September,
IL. October. S1.S.
Chicago Prodooa Market.
CHICAGO. May 35. Butter Steady;
err. merles. l31o: dairies. ISfriac.
Esgs Steady; receipts. 19.11'S cases; at
mark, cases Included. lSfeeisc; Orsta. ieu,e;
prime firsts, 13c.
Cheese Steady: daisies. im611o: twins
10(st?)Uae; Young Americas, llWttllnc;
long horna. HVtill'yc.
DOLLAR LINE HAS NEW SH1F?
Eighth SteeuncT Completed Char
ters for Portland Mode.
BAN FRANCISCO. May 15. (Special.)
Melville Dollar, of the Dollar Steam
ship Company, will leave In a few days
for Glasgow, Scotland, to accept the
company's new steamer Robert Dollar,
named after the aenlor member of the
Orm. He will be accompanied by Captain
R L Morton, formerly of tha M- 8. Dol
lar, who will bring the new vessel to
Tha acquisition of the Robert Dollar
will give the Dollar company a fleet of
eight steamers, four under British reg
istry and three flying the American flag.
Fixtures- today Included the schooner
Annie M. Campbell, from tha Columbia
River to Redondo. at the usual lumber
rata of 14 50. and tha French bark La
Punch. ;i0 tons, wheat from Puget
Sound or Portland to the United King
dom for October or December loading
at STa d. Lumber arrivals today from
the north amounted to 3.000.000 feet.
Tha Red Stack tug Dauntless is ex
pected to reach here tomorrow from"
Port San Lula with the abandoned
achooner W. H. Marston In tow. Great
difficulty Is anticipated in getting the
cement out of the waterlogged vessel's
hold. A recent strenuous experience of
this character took place on the barge
Carondelet. which sprang a leak while
bound out from the Golden Gate for Port
land. The cement cargo was harder than
concrete and had to be hewed and
SXOCCM SUCCESSOR TO BIAIV
Chances Made In Management of
Oregon Drjdock Company's Plant.
Changes have been made to govern
the future management of the Oregon
drydoclc through which Benjamin
Slocum. formerly chief engineer for
the Portland Railway. Light Power
Company, has been appointed to exer
cise supervision and will close all nego
tiations for docking vessels, while de
tails of lifting them and other work
will be assigned to tha engineering
tores, which in the past baa been
TILE DR. G&EBX METHOD OF
WOT A CEXT CHARGED I LOWEST PIUCES
' waleasa care st I amy a-esnauiax.
A certain cure Is what yon want Tnla we win
alve you beyond doubt If your case la curable.
There Is absolutely no patch worlf about our tt
tnent. for soon after beginning It ""Z"b'
symptoms disappear and the trouble
Our best reference Is our former patient, whom
ws hsve cured and roads nappy.
If dlacouraged because you have failed with
others, call and see us. A confidential chat, to
gether with a thorough personal examination, will
cost yon nothing. If you take our treatment, you
may pay for It when aatlafled. or when cured.
VT ' IVesk. Ssvalleam, Saasriag.
ancose Veins Ktte-. w-1'kr yi";
a-0 Clone Itagaast Pools of law
pwre Blooev, Weak, Nervsea, Lew Vitality, Hernial
wT'd.'nJonetrate that VARICOSE VEINS can be ,
a a a...e4Aasl anaPat ATI. HHHfl f 1 nlat.1
effects are ftT.
duce. healthy circulation speedily roturns. and strength, soundness and
robust heal til are soon restored.
The complicated aliments or tness orj.
Overcome. insrs aa aau 9t " '
tt We remove every obstruc
tion, stop every waste, allay all Irritation and inflammation, reviiaaiae
the weakened organa. and soon accomplish a safe, thorough and psr
Quacks reap a harvest ny pretend
ing that every little rash, skin
aruotlon or, pimple is a sign of
blood test tens you wuiulw t
The doctor may He. hut too teet
King, uur irssi-
Bladder and Kidney ar? j pTSy
J work about
Blood Poison and "606
XT 1 PI l-l'i The eaase of Nerve-Vital I
lYerVO-Vital UeOlllty aa Ita nil effect SIK the
J - Bad other powers, la femllls
blood poison. The Waasermann
tnt vai, Hava eba ailment.
a - tk. r la inra at mi. nffloa for tha asking.
ment for thla ailment drives the poison out of the system and not Into
it If you prefer the new German remedy of Dr. Ehrllch, known as
"0t. we have It- The quacks want you to belleye It cures In a few
minutes or a few days. It does not do anything of the kind. It should
only be used under hospital conditions with the patient in bed for at
least three davs. and then under constant obaervatlon. In complications
affecting certain organs, especially the heart, it should not be used at all,
and In many cases results have been very serious through carelessness.
When we treat you there Is absolutely no danger and when we dis
charge you aa cured the Wassermann blood taat will tell you your blood
Is absolutely pure and free from ins aiimenu
Tt,. eanis at Kens-Tilsl Debility, as well
am tne psysicai, meiauu
i familiar to ail afflicted
'I I .w.n.aM- ..n. ha .nanarstta
We want all ailing men to know that our ANIMAL EXTRACT treat
ment Is the Ideal remedy for NERVO-VITAL DEBILITY. It does not
stimulate temporarily, but restores permanently. All disagreeable
symptoms soon disappear, nerve energy le regained, aelf-respeot, self
confidence anil self-control return, and the patient Is prepared for a
new period of life.
P-l -in . 1 Piles, blind, MeeeUsac, ItebiaaT or pro tm ding
lleS and KeCtal Pt-mla lleera, etc.
ai a Our proven methods make hospital opera-
tlorag unnecessary. In most oaaes no pain or detention from business.
We guarantee tiuiolc relief and positive, permanent cures.
A U' i J If What you want Is a core. Come to us and ret It.
AtlllCtetl men Once under our treatment, you will quickly realize
how simple a thing It Is to get well In the hands of a
specialist who knows his business. Our cures add not only yeara to
life, but life to years. Office hours, dally to 6. Evenings T to t
Sundays 10 to 1 only.
nn pnrrM rr 362 wtwinngton st
aLIV. V3rVadJLJl VVJ. PORTLAND, OR.
directed by Captain J. F. Blajn. who
leaves tonight for Norfofk, Va.
Mr. Slocum came here from Aber
deen. Wash.. Wednesday to look over
the plant and formally accept the
position. He has been connected with
a power concern In the north and tha
fact that he has had experience at sea
as an engineer and Is familiar with
marine facilities for handling carriers
to be repaired and overhauled fits him
especially for the work. Since Its com
pletion the Oregon drydock haa se
cured most of the business coming; to
the port and with the lifting of the
tug Kdlth today there will have been
gg vessels docked there. Even follow
ing a cut of one-half In the ratea of
the Port of Portland dock, the private
concern has lifted all carriers with
the exception of the steamer Dalles
City, which has had her hogchalna ad
justed, and the ateamer Alliance, which
was lifted under the old rates.
La Grande Chautauqua Assured.
LA GRANDE. Or, May 15. (Special.)
Preparations for La Grande's second
cbautauqua are under way. The an
nouncement of the directors a week
ago that Interest waa Insufficient to
warrant undertaking tha financial bur
den resulted In strong protests and
promises of funds. The assembly will
v. h.u at T?lvi-alda Park Julv 4 to 11
and Uie attractions will be headed by
ex-Governor naniey too um
nent lecture bureau stars. This la the
only assembly of Its kind east of tha
Von Pulil IMca of 'Wounds.
DENVER, May tS. S. L. (Tony) Von
Puhl. of St. Louis, who was shot three
times by F. Harold Kenwood at the
Brown Palace Hotel last night, follow
ing a quarrel, died at St. Luke's Hos
pital, shortly before noon today.
A chargo of murder will not be placed
earalnst Kenwood, who is In jail.
Follow Their Use
QTjanttt'f f Herb ami Root are Imported
Gee 1 , Gee
Worked Three Weeks
in Last 10 Months
8. F. Robb, of Poplar Bluff, Mo.
writes: I am a farmer of the Iron
Mountains. I have had rheumatism for
the last ten months. I purchased a
pair of electropodes and have had great
results from them. I have worked but
three weeks in the last ten months and
now I am working; on my farm every
day and think I am getting well."
John McArthur. of Bowlua. Minn,
writes: "Enclosed pleasa find $ for
which pleasa sand me three pairs of
Electropodes. I have used two pair of
your Electropodes now. When 1 began
their nse I was not able to make a step
without the aid of crutches, now I am
able to get around nicely with a cane
and believe another pair will com
pletely oure me."
Rheumatism, nervousness, neuralgia,
backache, liver and kidney complaints
are caused by excess urlo add. Medi
cine can only temporarily counteract
the effect, while electropodes remove
the excess uric acid, and all other poi
sons and impurities, from the system.
The result Is prompt relief and a per
What Electropodes have done for
others, they can do for you. Nothing Is
so convincing as the actual test. Elec
tropodes will convince you. Wear a
pair SO days absolutely at our risk.
Booklet upon request.
At druggists or by mail, postpaid. ' If
your druggist cannot furnish Electro
podes, send us SI and we will see that
you are supplied Immediately. State
whether for man or woman. Western
Electropode Company. 241 Los Angeles
Street. Los Angeles, CaL
Men and Women Cured
Tb famous 8.
K- Chan Chi
of herb and
roots cur won
derfully. It ha
A NiV Buffer!- when
rjf . i-a r. . : .n.i.
Sure cure forr chronic, private ailments.
5i,Ti-..a blood poison. rheumauuzn.
S7m ""aeumoW kidney, thro., and lua,
f,,Ki?i consumption. stomach disorders
I7h rTeerseases of all kinds. Remedies
K?iaa NO OPERATION. Oonsultstloa
tAe lamination tor ladles by Mrs. a. 2
CVb. a.'CbaX'lne.. Medlcta. Ce,
2.5,; Hoxzihaa mt .Portlud, Orefoa
Scientists today know the names of
thousands of plants and shrubs. Of that
number only a few are used by tha phy
sicians of this country for medicinal pur
poses. But the Chinese physicians have
made treater research along; those lines.
For over a hundred years they have ap
plied their time in collectinx apecimens or
Roots. Herbs snd Barks and carefully not
lns their action on the human system ana
comnlllnc the results of the numerous cases
treated. Purlns eJI the while the Informa
tion sl carefully guarded and handed down
only through the famlllea of the physicians.
And In his laboratory at 162 First street.
C. Gee Wo, formerly a physician of nigra
standing In China, dispenses these Chinese
preparations for the benefit of sick people.
TTie most wonderful results are recorded
from their use. He has on record numerous
eases of complete cures. Tf you are slojc.
see him. talk to him. for the consultation Is
People eut of town writs for consultation
blank and circular. Inclose four oeata In
THE C. OFF. WO CFTtNESE MF.nlCrVE CO.
182 Va Mrst St.. Coe. Morrlsoa.
jWould You Gain a Pound;
A Week for Three Moathaf
Then begin taking regularly three
train hypo-nuclane tablets, which are
made from a health-germ of ordinary
yeast and combined with hypophos
phltes and an absorptive phosphorus.
Physicians and chemists assert that
this tablet is very largely used for In
creasing the weight and Improving the
nervous system because of its aid to
digestion, assimilation and absorption.
The food elements which go to make
blood and solid tissue is retained when
this treatment Is regularly used for
several months. lVfost physicians and
apothecary shops supply them In sealed
Paln-Away-Fllla relieve headache and
periodical . pains. All druggists sell
tM Is Our Fee
SPECIAL AlXMIUfTa Newly con
tracted and chronic cases cured. All
burning. Itching and Inflammation
stopped In M hours. Cures effected In
seven days. Consultation free. If un
able to call, write for list of question-.
Office Hours A. M. to P. .
Sundays. U A. M. to 1 P. M. only.
Pacific Coast Medical Co.
tI4Vi WASHINGTON STREET,
Csraer First, Portland. Or.
BUVDDER j j
! V fit Bait 24 Hours '
a? J Each Cap- f .
' a,. " jsole bears the (M DY)
eiaaaaaejssw name AsT
' a Julian Bfaxmfrfeit '
VIPL'CV Is a deceptive disease thdu
MLinCI sands have it and don't know
TDflllRI C it. If you want good results
InuUfiLL you can make no mistake by
using Dr. Kilmer's Swamp - Root, the
great kidney remedy. At druggists in
fifty-cent and one dollar sizes. Sample
bottle by mill free, also pamphlet telling-you
how to find out if you have
address Sr. Kilmer A Co., Bingham ton, K, T.
t .. ..v.i?t.'
aasisaisasvSta r isr A aatifJsi.iiii.,.fl?
Cured in Five Days
Hernia, Blood Poison
l lsetearloii FrosB Ocevpatloa,
Kamlly or Home
IfO SEVERS OPERATTONB.
MANT CASES PERMANENTLY
OURHD IN 0TB TREATMENT.
MOST TXiTE-aAVINO, MOST NAT
URAL, MOST SAFE, A RADICAL,
AND PERMANENT CURB. I
GIVE MT WORD AND WIL.I. CITE
TOC TO OTHER MEDICAL, AU
THORITIES THAT THIS IS A
FACT. I AM CERTAINLY PRE
PARED TO CURE 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. Piles, Fistula. Bladder.
Kidney. Prostatic and all Men's
Ailments, and give you FREE a
physical examination; if necessary .
a microscopical and chemical
analysis of secretions, to deter
mine pathological and bacterio
logical conditions. Every person
should take advantage of this op-
Sortunlty to learn their true con
Itlon. A permanent cure is what
Impair vitality. I dally demon
strate that varicose veins can ba
cured In nearly all cases by one
treatment. In such a satisfactory
way that the vital parts are pre
served and strengthened, pal a
ceases, swelling subsides, a
healthy circulation Is rapidly re
established, instead of the depress
ing conditions. I guarantee you a
cure to stay cured or refund tha
Disregard of existing hernia haa
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 eafetv and entail no suffer
ing, and do not detain you from
occupation, under guarantee. Many
cases cured to stay cured in ona
a AOS " FOR BLOOD POISOl.
I use Professor Ehrllc'i's won
derful new discovery, " 0s. in
cases of Specific Blood Poison. It
curee In one treatment, and Is the
greatest marvel of medical
science. Thia new remedy has
been successfully n a e d In thoue
ands of cases. Let me explain it
WRITTEN OCARAirreE-Dr. Brntth's wrttter grantee mr- a cur.
nothing tinleis I cure'your Vari cos-Veins. Hernia. Plies Istuhv Blood
Dr. A. O. Smltk.
I am the only specialist In Port
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 you
arOl know yon consult a true spe
cialist, who sees and treats pa
tients personally. I possess skill
tnd experience, acquired in such a
ray 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. Eiretf. substitutes, ordinal y
doctors with questionable ability,
give consultation, examination
. and treatment.
services. My services cost you
d .,, .iim.nt I guarantee to cure. My terms are reasonaoia
and no' more than you are able and willing to pay for benefits.
Office hours A. M. to S P. M. Sunday. 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
Dr. A. G. Smith
234 Morrison Street
CURED IN FIVE DAYS
Piles, Fistula &
17 Tears of Success In Treating Men Cures Guaranteed or No Pay
Masr Caaes Fermaneatly Cured la OWE TUBATMBST. most -nme-Xevlna.
Moat Natural. Most Safe. e Detention from Occupation, Fam
I1t or Home. A P l'-el and Persnaneut Curr. I Will Give 500 to Any
Charltr aa a Guarantee That Every statemeat la This Announcement la
- . .. j, -Ma . -,.M avnanaa T will demonstrate
actual results In your case. I will glva conclusive evidence of my merit
which Is obtained and maintained by ability. I Invite you to to
my office. I will explain my treatment for Hernia, Plies, Fistula, Vari
cose Veins, Pelvic, Kervoaa, Blood, Kidney and Bladder Diseases. I will
a-lve you free a physical examination; if necessary, a microscopical ana
chemical analysis of secretions to determine existing pathological and
bactorlological conditions. Every person should take advantage of this
opportunity to learn their true condition. Certainty of cure la what you
want. . . .
A thorough Investigation should be made by every ailing; person as to
the specialist he consults. Duty and destiny to self and tlose who de
pend upon you demand the beat medical attention. I have the ability
and can give you this service. X have always charged a very reasonable
fee, o that my services may be obtained by any man who sincerely de
sires to be cured. I make no misleading- statements or unbusinesslike
roposltions; neither do I desire to be particularly Independent, and I
would like to have you for a patient, ft you will come to me on a
strictly professional baa la. and the inducements that I offer, whloh ara
toy aollfty and 80 yeaeT successful experience, time-aavlng- treatment
and guarantee of cure of certain diseases.
WE CtTHIU BT MEW SCnSHTtKIO METHODS "WHICH CA-tlVOT FA IX,
BLOOD AND N KIW A1XMENTP, JTERVE WEAKNESS, VARICOSE OR
Ko"-TEX. "IS T OBTRl,CXl'0S, S O R ESELCB SWOLLEN
GLANDS, PILES. KTDKEV AKD BLADDER TROUBLES AAD ALL DIS
EASES COMMON TO A1EN.
We are permanently located. Incorporated and licensed under the
laws of Oregon. -
MEN. tf IN TROUBLE, OONSTTLT TJS TODAT. If yon cannot ealL
write for free book alidself -examination blank. Many caaas ourott at
noma. Kours 1 A. M. to P. M. Sundays. It to 12.
OREGON MEDICAL INSTITUTE
M1H MORRISON ST, BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH, PORTLAND, OB.
CURED IN FIVE DAYS
In. Nervous Debility, Blood
L11T6 and Skin Diseases,
Heart Disease, Diseases of the
Lungs, Liver Disorders, Piles,
Fistula and All Diseases of Men
,1 Advertise What I Do, and Do "What I Advertise.
$10 EXAMINATION GIVEN FREE BY 'A
PHYSICIAN WHO HAS BEEN
30 YEAKS A SiriiUlXilo r.
COME AND CONSULT US FEEE OF ALL CHARGE.
THE OLD RELIABLE SPECIALIST.