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Tirrc ' mortstco otveoontax. ttiesday, jaktjart 23, 1912.
Base for Big Structure Is Com
peted Two Months
Ahead of Time.
ACCEPTANCE NEXT STEP
Work Is Prosecuted Without Mortal
Accident Engineer Her to
Clot Contract Steel Now
to Take Form.
Mot than two months in advene of
the scheduled time, tha foundation of
the Broadway brldfte are In placa. tba
lat etone on pier No. S. to the west
ward of the main channel, having been
hoisted Into position yesterday noon.
Nothing- remains but the "polntlna-" or
finishing between tha blocks of gran
Pier No. . which is on the East 6lda.
waa finished last week, although since
arty in the month the columns hare
been ready with the exemption of plac
ing- tha "coplnaf or last layer of gran
ite on top. When tha "pointing" ends.
In a few days, the city will accept tha
work formally, aa It has been carried
on under the eyes of engineers repre
senting Ralph Modjeskl. who designed
the crossing, and others employed by
Mark Eada Ahead at Ties.
It waa provided la tha contract with
tha Union Bridge aV Construction Com
pany that tha foundation work was to
be ready January 1. 1(11. but follow
ing tha award being mad there waa a
delay of three months in selling the
bonds and other details before the
funda were available. Aa tha "ob
structionists were yet actlT then in
filing legal actions in an effort to hold
up the undertaking. It was understood
that nothing waa to b started until
the funda were assured. For that rea
son the contractors were entitled to
three months' additional time, or until
When the piers were under way a
ub-contrart waa entered Into with the
"Portland Concrete Pile a: Equipment
Company for the abutments and other
parts of the foundatlona on land and
such success attended the efforts of the
contractors that all concrete work waa
flnl-xhed last year. Greater headway
could hare been gained with the gran
ite piers had the blocks been delivered
from the quarry as fast as the masons
could handle them. Storms delayed
the quarrymen. while dellTery by rail
waa not of the speediest, and aa a con
sequence tha big columns in midstream
were tha last completed.
."t Arrideate Hartal.
Although sand h oss were employed on
the four piers in the river, not a se
rious accident resulted. There were
ana or two cases of men who suffered
from working under air at such
depths, but that la expected on all un
dertakings where a few inexperienced
laborers must be employed in tha air
chamber. The Arm built tha founda
tions of tha new Harrlman bridge with
much the same good fortune, although
one man waa drowned who walked off
a barge at night.
L. 8. Stewart, president of the Union
Fridge ac Construction Company, and
II. K. Seltser. engineer of construction,
have reached the city from Kansas
City and. with Tom Alexander, resi
dent engineer, will close the contract.
The gear and bargee are to be kept
In Portland for a time and it is ex
pected that two or three weeka will b
required in which 'to settle affairs. By
that time the steel contract probably
will be awarded by the Executive
Board and a mora definite idea gained
aa to wheat tha bridge will be ready for
XAVT WAXTS TElGUAPIIERS
Special Order Received to Enlist Key
Need of electricians and wireless
operators in the Navy has resulted in
the bars being let down so that men
who have had experience aa telegra
phers and In wireless work can bo en
listed regardless of whether they axe
familiar with electrical work. Adrlces
to that effect hare been received by
Ueutenant Toax. V. S. N- In charge of
the Portland Nary recruiting station.
The same physical restrictions remain
In effect respecting applicants for en
listment in the electrical branches, but
tha fact tha department will overlook
lack of knowledge of electricity aa a
means of increasing tha operating force
It said to bo unusual. Men entering
the Navy as operators have many op
portunities of advancement, and during
the first enlistment should gain a deep
Insight into electrical work they might
lac, at first.
G. F. Blair, of Kahlotus. Wash.; M. H.
feterson, of Grand Ronde, Or and
Harvey Wilson, of Portland, were en
listed last week aa apprentice seamen
and were sent to the San Francisco
training station, while Ray Pugh, of
Portland, enlisted as a coal passer and
waa sent to the U. & 8. Independence.
PHI PS ABROAD HELD HIGH
Importer Bar Freights Are Abo-re
What Can Da Paid.
Portland Importers are facing aa se
rious a dearth In tonnage from Europe
as exporters in seeking vessels on
which to load wheat for transportation
to the United Kingdom, and besides lata
quotations from the other side are that
earners ask II shillings a ton. virtually
It SO. and Importers say on most com
modities it is impossible to pay above
San Francisco firms hav drawn the
greatest number of vessels from the
other side, yet it appears that the bulk
of the tonnage Is being snapped in
other trades and Pacific Coast freights
are not viewed as attractive. The as
sumption has been general that the day
of the windjammer la fast waning, but
conditions of the 1111-13 season would
Indicate that almost any slxe ship
would find ready charter In the Pacific
TWO MORE VESSELS COMIXO
California A Atlantic May Better
Bates at Chesebrousjh will soon in
crease the Pacific fleet of tha Califor
nia Atlantic Steamship Company
with the steamers Lewis Laekenbaeh
and Portland, both of which are com
ing from the Atlantic aide, and after
dlfcharging will be retained on the
l"oat. probably plying between Pan
Francisco and the Isthmus of Panama.
J. F Latirilaw. Portland mansger of
the line, will leave In a week for San
ITanrlsco to confer with officials of
the company regarding the servlc an J
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the Northwest coast during 1111. and
no doubt a regular schedule will be
worked out. Tonnage here Is decid
edly on the Increase. Judging from tha
offerings, but the rush on ui south-
n and of the line has prevented reg
ular vessels being operated from Port
land to tha Isthmus.
Captala George Raabe Is skipper of
th Yellow Stack ateamer Oregon,
succeeding his son. Captain Clyde
Raabe. who has taken a short respite
from th Upper Willamette run.
In tow of th steamer Ocklaharaa
th steamer Casco is to be shifted
from the North Bank dock to the Ore
gon drydook today, where her repairs
will be completed, and she will sail
for San Francisco tomorrow.
Inspector Back, of th Seventeenth
Lighthouse district, was Informed yes
terday that Ira Albee. who was
drowned Saturday on th Coos Bay
bar when a disabled gasoline launch
capslsed, was a keeper of rang lights
on Coo Bay.
Balfour. Guthrie A Co. hav char
tered th British ship Kirkcudbright
shir, a small carrier with one of th
largest names in th world's marine, to
load wheat her for th United
Kingdom. She is on th. way from
Newcastle. N. a W.. with coal and is
looked for the latter part of February.
Reports yesterday from th wreck
of tha steamer Sarah Dixon were that
four chains had been passed under th
hull by noon. It waa hoped to have
two additional In place last night and
.Cooe Bay ...
T t'coa ........
Br - .
Pae H. E'more.
nu. w.Kder. .
San Padre. ...
Fa lea. . . . .
.Caee nay..... Jan. 2S
.San Dlage.... Jan. 34
Eorasa Jan. 14.
San Francises J in. 25
Tillamook... Jan. 2T
Saa Padre.... Jan. 2T
.Baa Dlase.... Jan. SI
.Mas Padre.... Fab. 1
.Manila. ...Fb. 7
baa Pedro.... Fas.
Bu H. Ell
O.o. w Slaer.
tha work of raising her with tha aid
of Umbers and jack screws will be
started today. Th fore at th seen
will continue night and day until ehe
la sufficiently high between th barges
to be towed here.
Work on th steamer Alliance is to
b completed so she can bo floated
from th public drydock today and she
will sail for Coos Bsy and Eureka to
morrow evening. The steamer has
missed one voyage and will be a day
late on th following trip, but Is ex
pected to make up th time.
When th steamer Klamath sailed
yesterday for San Francisco and San
Pedro with passengers and a cargo of
1.025.000 feet of lumber, she waa la
command of Captain Rorvlk. of th
tug Geo. R. Vosburg. who suoceeded
Captain Edward Jahnsen. Th latter
was injured last week when a steel
beam fell from a sling at tha North
Bank dock, breaking a bon in his left
foot and badly bruising th member.
G. L. Blair, general freight agent
of tha San Francisco aV Portland Steam
ship Company, who reached th city
yesterday from San Francisco, says
that tha outlook for business In 1111 is
decidedly favorable for tha "Big
Three" flee He waa at tha dock when
th steamer Beaver sailed la th after
noon and for tha first tlma In several
weeka AJnsworth dock was almost
clear of freight.
Captain O. F. Bowles, formerly
master of the stsamer Columbia and
at present with th United States
steamboat inspection servlc and sta
tioned at San Francisco, waa stricken
wlLh paralysis at his fcoma, aX jUlnaralJ
BROADWAY BRIDGE AND ITS BUILDERS.
Park. CaL. Sunday, according to a
telegram received here yesterday. A
short time ago Captain John Bermlng
ham. supervising Inspector of the dis
trict, died at San Francisco.
It having been reported that tha
schooner Lyman D. Foster, which is
to be placed on drydock at Aberdeen,
bad been damaged on a recent visit to
th Columbia River, when In tow of a
Port of Portland tug. General Man
sger Talbot has sent Superintendent
Harry Campion, of the towage serv
ice, and Archie Mcintosh, a surveyor.
to make an examination of tha vessel.
As a settlement has been reached be
tween th Olson Mahony Steamship
Company and tha Paget Sound Tugboat
Company, th suit instituted by the
latter to collect salvage for th serv
ices of the tug Tatoosh in towing tha
helpless steamer Washington into the
Columbia River from her position off
North Head recently, was dismissed by
Judge Wolverton in tha Federal Court
yesterday. Tha amount paid waa not
divulged, but it Is understood that th
claim of the crew of the Tatoosh is
Steamer President Clip Record.
SEATTLE. Wash., Jan. 12. Spe
daL) Breaking her own record In th
fastest trip ever made by any steam
ship from San Francisco to Seattle.
the steamship President arrived as
11:28 this morning and tied up at pier
D, being 41 hours and II minutes out
from her starting point. Encounter
ing fin weather throughout th voy
age, the President struck two hours
and a half off the time made on her
last trip north, which was Itself a
record north-bound voyage. On her
last trip she ran into fog coming up
Puget Sound, but this morning she
waa more fortunate and came up from
Port Townsend at a fast clip.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. Jsn. 12. Balled Steamer W.
F. Porter, for Monterey: steamer Beaver, for
Kan Francisco and an Pedro; etamar
Klamath, tor Han Franclaco and San Pedro.
Astoria. Jan. 23. Condition at the mouth
ef the rlvar at 6 P. M., moderate; wind
aontheast. IS mllae; weather, cloudy. Sailed
at I: IS P. M. British steamer Orterlo. for
Orient, via Puget Sound. Arrived down at
1:30 and sailed at S P. M. Steamer W. B.
Porter, for Monterey. Arrived at 8:45 P. Jd.
steamer Oleum, from San Franciaoo,
Ban Franclaco, Jan. 22. 6allad at noon
Steamer Koee CKy, for San Pedro; steamer
Toaamlte. for Portland. Arrived last night
Vitamer Coaster, from Columbia River.
Victoria, Jan. 22. Arrived Nai-wagiaa
etearaer Hercules, from Portland.
Can Franctaoo. Jan. 12. Ariivadteam
era Mayfair. Delay, from Wlllapa: barken
tine irmgard. from Mahakona. Sailed
Steamers Rainier, for Wlllape.; Yoeemite. for
Columbia, Rlrer; Jim Butler, fnr Everett.
Cardiff. Jan. 1. Sailed Piiaosss Pa
tricia, tor flan Franclsoo.
haaghai. Jan. 92. Arrived previously
China, from Saa Franclaco.
Im Angelas. Jan. 11. Arrived Oee. W.
Elder, from Portland; Itorfc from Orays
Harbor; ataadaiay. from Creeoaat dry; Fair
Oaka. from Oraye Harbor. Sailed Wills pa,
for Wills pa Harber; Baa. for Sound Ports;
Clasemont. for Wlilapa Harber.
Tides at Astoria Tuesday.
M T. feet1:!! A. M S.T :
M T. feet 0:30 P. M.....0.S
I ll A.
How to Get Eld of
' Hair Not Wanted
It ta a simple mattar to rid tha skin's
aortas of hair not wanted If delatone
la used. Enough past) to cover th
surface is mad with delatone and
water, and this 1 left on the skin two
or three minutes, then rubbed off and
th skin washed carefully.
Th pleasing part ef this la that tha
use of delatone la quite harmless aa
well aa pain lees and once detaton la
used It rarely happens that tha hairy
growth re turn a Evan though delatone
costs a dollar an ounoe th price Is
more than Justified by tha results fol
lowing. Delatone should be purchased
only In th original package to Insure
Its gull strecrth and purity. : .CAdv.)
4 SCHOOLS INFECTED
TEACHERS MUST BE VAOCEVATV
ED OR BTAT AWAY.
Smallpox .FVrand svt AIMna. Home
stead, Illghland, Thompson and
Ockley Green Fumigation On.
City Health Offloer Wheeler reported
yesterday that in four schools In the
city the appearanoe of smallpox among
the pupils had mad It necessary for
him to order that all tha pupils and
teachers in tha sohools ba vaccinated,
or If they refuse to consent to vacci
nation, they will be obliged to stay
away from the schools for 20 days.
T vaccinated 14 school children my
self." he said yesterday, "and have
ordered th buildings fumigated. If
teachers and pupils co-operate with
th Health Board, I do not expeot much
trouble, but if many object to the pre
By C.K. Holsman,M. D.
1 sra an eznart aoaclatlat. traatlns
etnalvely. I own my office and equipment, publish my true Lv. S
tlhnlnrran). nrf narann .11 inMnlHi Ih. trutmmt of ail F . .- ,
Batlenta from tha tlma they come to me
charged as cured. Although my time
xrom early morn until late at nignt la loosing alter tne f. -u . r 1
wants of my patients, and In administering my special treat- fc'-M w',; 1
mnt for Blood Poison. Varicose Veins and other diseases. ( - .' ' . "J
' iKa pioaaure in dodiiui inr witn nww pMvivuia.
In offering my aervlces to tha afflicted I am giving yes
tha BEST that eta ba had anywhere. My reputation and
exparlance for the. past IS years can leave no doubt as te
say ability, honesty and Integrity and should ba sufficient
to convinue the most skeptical that I am the FOREMOST
and LKADINO Specialist In Portland.
exparlance aogulrad In auoa a way that no etner can an
it and should not be classed with Inexperienced doctors
A thorough Investigation should be
man mm ta Ih, n o I . , I , ha rnnaul
aa.f and those who depend upon yon demand the beat med-c K. Holamaa. at. IK
leal attention. I have the ability and oan give ye tais
service. I hav alwaye charged a vary reasonable fee, so that m- aer-rtees assy
be obtained by any man who linear ly daslrae to be eared. Z make Ba mls
Jeadlns statemanta, falae promisee or aabuelaaaallke propositions. I would like
ve have you fer a patient if you will seme te me on a strictly professlsoae! se
als, eoceptlng inducementa that I oner,
I daily dam onet rata that varlooae veins
eaa be esred In nearly ail eases by
as treatment In sueb a eavtiafaotor
way, pain ceaeas. swelling subsides, a
healthy circulation la rapidly re-established.
Instead ef the depressing eon di
tto na. I guarantee yon a ear t a Lay
cured er refand the money.
KIDMKT AND BXADDETB.
With these dlsaaeas you may have
more complications than are pr sainted
by asy ether disease. By my
eeereblag Dlumlaatloa ef the bladder I
determine accurately the disease sad
by micTsscopIo examination and ins
s lysis I make detsbly sure the eoadlUea
of th kldseya thus laying foundations
tor eel an use treatment.
BrBClJIO BLOOf POISON.
selsBtlno treatmeet only ah on Id be
ssed la com hating this loath as ome dis
ease. I care Blood Polsea by the naw
utrmsn Remedy which X introduce di
rectly Into the blood, purifying It, nee
trelislng It and expelling poieoe from
.be system. lS'ew blood thus formed
supplies snd rebuilds the tissues la such
a way that the satleni recovers his
normal at axe ef health, etreagta aad
MX IMrtECT TRFATMFNT fOB
That disorder eemmonly known as
weakness has for years snd generatloas
baffled the efforts of physicians, yet te
Hum vary day a majority ef doctors.
I Trent All Ailment of Men, and Cure to Stay Cured
I Offer Free Consultation and Examination
I Invite you te come to my offloe. 1 -rill explain te yon my treatmaat for
verts oee veins, hernia, nervous debility, blood polaoa. piles, fistula bladder, kid
ney end ail man's ailments, aad give ye rRSa a physical examination it yea
write for free booh and self -overs metis n blank.
sty euiee as epea aui any irons w a.
sresten roouueai laiiy.
DR. C. K.
For the Hair
Here Are Facts "We Want
You to Prove at Our Risk
Marvelous as It may seem, Rexall
"1" Hair Tonlo his grown hair on
heads that were once bald. Of course
It is understood that in nose of these
cases were tha hair roots dead nor had
tha scalp taken on a glazed, shiny ap
pearance. When the roots of the hair are en
tirely dead and the pores of the scalp
ara glazed over, wo do not believe that
anything oan restore their growth.
When Rexall "J3" Hair Tonic will do
aa above stated. It Is not stranga that
wa have such faith in it and that
we claim It will prevent baldness when
used in time. It acts scientifically, des
troying the germs which are usually
responsible for baldness. It penetrates
to the roots of tha hair, stimulating
and nourishing them. It Is a most
pleasant toilet necessity. Is delicately
perfumed, and will not gnm nor per
manently stain tha hair.
We want you to get a bottle of
Rexall "S3" Hair Tonio -and use It as
directed. If it does not relieve scalp
irritation, remove dandruff, prevent
the hair from falling out and promote
an Increased growth of hair and In
every way give entire satisfaction,
simply come back and tell us, and with
out question or formality we will hand
back to you every penny you paid us
Wa lend our Indorsement to Rexall
"83" Hair Tonio and sell it on this
guarantee, because we believe It is the
best hair tonic ever disco verd. It
comes in two sizes, prices SO cents and
11.00. Sold only by The Owl Drug Co.
Stores In Portland, Seattle, Spokane,
San Francisco, Oakland, Los Angeles
L. T YEE & SONS
rhe old eminent Chinese
doctor cures any disease
aucceeefully. raah as weak
Dervas, constipation, asthma,
catarrh, canoer, piles, nerv
ousness, rheumatism, blood
poison. luns. liver, kidney
and stomach trouble; also
aliments of men and woman.
No mattar who has failed.
I guarantee a cure if cur
able. I bave soent a lifetime
atudv Mm and graduated from sevaral
Diversities and toon po-iraauait ooureea
In China". I bar. th0uaanda of tastlmonlals
from my grateful patients. I use only the
most bermleas Chinese haras, regardless of
the high price. Bo I can help you. Call
er write for symptom blank and circular.
L. 1. YEJt SONS MEDICIXE CO,
(4X4 ttratTB K- Cor. Alder. Portland. Or.
ventive measures ordered, it may be
necessary to close the schools."
In the Alblna Homestead school a
boy waa found to have smallpox who
was also attending the Highland school
for manual training work. In the
Ockley Green school a boy attended
school for nearly a week while suf
fering from smallpox and his condition
was discovered only through the ap
pearance of smallpox among other
members of the family.
Two children at the Thompson school
were In school for three days before
It was found that they had smallpox.
The school buildings were fumigated
and the staff of school Inspectors was
at the schools yesterday vaccinating
the pupils and teachers.
Dr. Wheeler attributes the situation
at present to disregard of quarantine
on the part of patients and to careless
ness on the part of physicians. He has
ordered a rigid watch on the schools
and haa instructed that teachers, phy
sicians and mothers notify the depart
ment at once of the appearance of any
CHARGE OF THEFT FAILS
Gresham Resident Prove He Did
Not Steal Chickens.
Dudley M. Beamer. a resident near
Gresham. Or who was arrested Jan
uary 9, on complaint of John K&mmers,
a neighbor, charged with having stolen
19 chlokens belonging to Hammers,
was acquitted Wednesday. No evi
dence connecting Beamer with the
theft waa submitted. Beamer passed
Tuesday night In th county Jail In de
fault of 500 cash ball.
Beamer showed at the trial that he
was 111 In bed at the time the theft
was committed. This testimony was
corroborated by others.
On the preceding Friday night the
henhouse of Hammers waa entered and
19 chickens were taken, after their
heads had been wrung off. Two neigh
bors said they traced footprints from
the henhouse to the home of Beamer.
The Leading Specialist
ailments of man ex- rvrMfflpa?
until they are die- !"; f
is fully occupied
1 possess skill and
tnsde by every
Duty and daatl
wniea are my ability. Is years
and cure ef oertala d Is asses
specialists not excepted, are attempt
ing to overeome K by methoos taat
bave bean In oonstant use and have
always tailed for half a century. TBey
dose the system with powerful stimu
lants and tonics, calculated to restore
nervous foroe or strength that Is not
snd never has bean lacking, with the
result that the funetlona are tempo
rarily excited ta the positive detriment
f the patient. Was knees Is only a
symptom resulting from many local
wonSttlons and is curabls by loeai
treatment only, without the giving ef
a elngie Internal dose, which demon
etratee the absolute eccuraoy of my
undaratanding and treatment ef this
disorder. In rears 1 have aot mat
with a single failure and I have enure
eo nil dance la my ability te euro all
cases that came te me fer treatment,
I am equally certain that Be treatmaat
ether than that which I bave perfeet
ed can completely and permanently
restore strength and vigor.
ISO MONK If RiAJL'lKi.D TO COM
BtlvNCal THikATMKNT. Many patients
have ao conttdeaoe in .heir deetor, be
cause he demands pay before a euro -baa
Sean enacted sod there are many
Who bare beea misinformed about
their conditio a or through unsuccessful
treatment have beoome skeptical aad
tblnlt there la no cure tor them. I
want aa opportunity to treat snob
it maaee no aiaereace about
the financial part, aa 1 accept pay fer
my services as benefits sre derived,
when I am saUsneA the patient la ra
table. Health at capital at Interest.
1 will prove me ability to cure Before
asking pay for mjr aervlces.
Jau te r. js, sna mtnasy rreea i s xa
1 at terra caeerrauy snswereca
221 Morrison St.
Cor. 1 st Street
CURED IN 5 DAYS
No Detention From Occupation,
Family or Home
tt .r" -i,i'si-A..a,-a-a aiiimrf .srhiTal
DP. A. O. SMITH,
TUB LEADING SPECIALIST.
I am a registered aad licensed
pfcrwleiaau eonflnlng my s e e I a 1
r -novice te the ailments ef MEN.
ssvs more money lnvse4 in my
Ctabllakment tasus all other Port
ad epeelallsta combined, a d I
will srlve 30 te any charity If I
Mean I shew this Is true.
I publish my trn photograph,
correct name, personally conduct
my office. I am th moat success
ful and reliable, aa medical cre
dentials and press records prove.
I make this statsment so that you
will know you consult a true spe
cialist, who s s s and treats ra
ttenta personally. I possess EX
PERT skill and experlenoa, ac
quired In such a way that no other
To all men who are sick and In
treuble; to th men who feel they
hav lost the energy af youth, and
that the etrength they ought to
have has been eapped from them;
to those who are not sick enough
to be abed but feel they must use
all their will power to force them
selves even to their everyday tasks
to all these I have a spectsl mes
ses; of hope and cheer. I can cur
that lam snd aching back. I can re
store the lustre to the dimmed eye;
I can make you realize that the
youth of yesterday has not been
burled In an ago of -a e v e r a 1
decades, and that your pitiful con
dition is now due only to damaged
health. This health oan be le
stored If you will aot now. Coma
today, or the staffs of niirlect may
get just past the stage that Is
WRITTEN oOARAKTEB-Dr. Smith's rltten T"" refund
or no pay for services. I guarantee to cur crtaln ailments or rfun
very dollar you hav paid me for my serves. My settees cost you
nothing unless I cur your Varicose Veins. Hernia, tnes, Flstuls Blood
Poison, or any ailment I guarantee to cure. My terms ara reasonable
and no mort than you ar able and billing to pay for bntBt
Offloe hours A. M. to I P. M. Sundays, 10 A. M. to 1 P. at.
DR. A. G. SMITH
No trace of the chickens was found on
Bearaer's place, but a pair of old shoes
that fitted the footprints was found
We positively cure acute arid
chronic diseases when others fall.
W are the only specialists In Port
land who combine careful and pains
taking diagnosis with modern and
scientific methods of treatment.
treated with the New German Dis
covery, the scientific achievement
of the century, combined with a
tonic treatment which insures a per
manent and lasting cure. This rem
edy, the latest discovery of Pro
fessor Paul Ehrllch. of Germany, ef
fects a speedy cure and does away
with the old-time method of doc
toring for from three to five years.
Our methods of treating this dis
ease are entirely new, and we guar
antee to cure any case of rheuma
tism brought to our offices. Chronlo
Joint diseases, deformities and con
tractures cured In a remarkably
short time by our Modern Absorp
We will refund the cost of treat
ment to any patient suffering from
Asthma to whom wa cannot grant
Our offices are open from 9 A. M.
till 8 P. M. If you cannot call
write for diagnosis chart. Remedies
sent by express to all parts of the
world. Free consultation and ad
vice. Modem Specialists
First aad Alder Sts Portland, Or.
Local and Lone; Distance Mala 4433.
DON'T GIVE UP HOP
THERE IS HELP FOR YOU
I will treat soma
ef your allmanta for
as low a tee aa S3
and (10. I will
make yon aa ex
ceptionally low fee
on any ailment you
may be suffering
With thle low
fee and mv long
and successful ex
perience in treat
ing ailments of
men you need not
suffer another day.
I don't care who has
tried to cure you.
snd has failed 1 will give you a sore
Don't give up
By the latent saetbode known to
aCEOICAL science I acceatfully treat
VARICOSE VEINS. PILES. NERVOL8
XtlJuiNTS. KIDNEY. BLADDER,
ICXOASD BLOOD AllJwENM. .RHEU
MATISM. LIVER AILMXNTSAND ALL
CHRONIC AILMENTS OF MEN.
Come la and see me. Have confi
dential talk and be examined without
cost or obllsjatioa. I will core yon.
The Old KeUable Specialist.
Corner Alder and Second streets. En
trance 128 u. 6eeond etreet. Portland.
Or. Office hours 8 A. M. to S P. at.
. Sundays. 10 A. M. to 1 P. M
kAtB TTXLOW BTXlOraj PKOPLK
y h aa al.k hradarhe. IndlsreattOBt
and son rata in met, Willi bawl complex-
Ion. This Is easy to rare warn yots
know vkatla do. Constipated people
fleet kv these symptoms. We save
eared throe eomplainta Tor 30 Tear, with
Toa leak better smt foel belles after
suing these. will r m.d- ?
hex m store er by mavil. For samples
I ao., armii.a an
NO SEVERE O F E " A 1 1 u '
MANT CASES PERMANENTLY
CURED IN ONE TREATMENT,
MOST TIME-SAVINO. MOST NAT
URAL MOST SAKE. A RADICAL.
AND PERMANENT CURE. I
GIVE MT WORD AND WILL CITE
TOD TO OTHER MEDICAL. AU
THORITIES THAT THIS IS A
FACT. 1 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
I Invite you to come to my of
fice. I will explain to you my
treatment for Varicose v elns.
Hernia, Nervous Debility. Blood
Poison. Piles, Fistula, Bladder.
Kidney and all Men's Ailments, and
rrive you FREE a physical exam
nation; if necessary a microscopi
cal and chemical analysis of secre
tlons, to determine pathological
snd bacteriological conditions.
Every person should take advan
tage of this opportunity to learn
their true condition. A permanent
our la what you want.
Impair vitality. I dally demon
strate that varicose Veins can be
oured In nearly all cases by o n
treatment, in such a satisfactory
way that the vital parts are pre
served and strengthened, pain
ceases, swelling subside a a
healthy circulation Is rapidly re
established Instead of the depress
ing conditions. I ruarantee you a
cure to stay cursd or refund til a
Cerebro, where the mental foroes
are Impaired. Spinal, w h e r o the
spinal centers are Involved. Vital,
where the sympathetic nervous sys
tem and foroes that govern the or
gans are deranged by reflex effects
of aliments. I treat these condi
tions and all weaknesses Induced
by nervous complications and ex
cesses and put you on the right
track to health, restoring the con
ditions essential to your future 111
IM " FOR BLOOD DISORDERS.
Ins Professor EhrUoh's won
derful new discovery, " 60s, Ja
cases of Blood Poison. It cures in
ee treatment, and Is the greatest
marvel of medical science. This
new remefly has been successfully
used In thousands of cases. Let
me explain it to you.
234Va Morrison St
X am positively the only specialist
in Portland that publishes his own
photograph, personally conducts and
manages his own office,, and con
sults with and treats all his own
patients. I have more qualifications
and experience than any other spe
cialist advertising in this city.
Every man calling at my office Is
assured of my personal and indi
vidual treatment until a cure is ef
fected. My fees are one-fourth that
exacted by the v a r 1 cu s "medical
companies." " Institutes " and " mu
seums." Be sure to consult me be
fore treating elsewhere,
BLOOD POISON "SiT
I FULFILL. MY PROMISES.
I ACCEPT NO INCURABLE CASES.
I Never HOLD OUT FALSE UOl'ES.
Why treat with Incompetents when
you can secure the expert services
of a competent specialist?
Come to me if you have any of tha
following disorders: Varicose Veins,
Pimples, Nervous Debility, Nerve,
Blood and Skin Disorders, Bladder
Ironblca, Blood Poisons, Eruptloss,
Ulcers, Special Aliments, V i t a or
p to B T to S Dally Sunday, 10 to L
Examination -A.dvlce Free.
Rooms 11-14 Lafayette Bldg,
WASHINGTON ST., COB, 6th,
You do not care
to read Ion j-wtnd-ed
you want 1a a cure.
Come to me and
get It I cure all
ailments of men.
Pay when satisfied.
CoTurti nation, exam
ination and diagno
sis free and private.
Hours dally 9 to 5:
evenlnrs T to 8;
Sundays 10 to 1.
DR. GREEN CO.
862 trashing-ton St., Portland.
Hundreds of Successful
Cures Since He Opened
He cures with non-poisonous, non-in-
iurious herbs all diseases of the Throat,
ieart. Liver, Lungs. Stomach, Kidneys,
Piles, Constipation, Nervousness, Neural
ria. Rheumatism. Catarrh, Eczema,
Blood Poison, Diabetes and all organic
patients out of town can secure thi
health-building remedies. Send 4 cents
In stamps for symptom blank.
WO CHINESE MEDICAL CO.
250V. Alder. Cor. Third.
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