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ENVOY IS COMING
Son of Former President of
France to Visit City.
HARBOR TO BE VIEWED
Caslmlr-Perler, Who Is Inspecting
Coast to Kstlmate Panama Canal
Trade?, to Arrive Thursday.
Tug Is Engaged.
As the truest of tha Commission of
Public Pooka and the Chamfcer of Com
merce, Claude Caslmlr I'erler. ion of
the ex-President of France and the spe
cial representative of the French gov
ernment In Investigating trade rela
tions on the Pacific Coast and gleaning
an Idea of harbors, their facilities and
commodity movements, will be In Port
land THiirsday. lie has traveled direct
from New York to the Coast, first visiting-
Los Angeles, and will come here
from Ean Francisco.
It was said yesterday that Mr. Perler
has received urgent summons to return
to France, and that he will prdceed
Kastward Immediately on terminating
his visit here, lie was to have arrived
tomorrow, but a later telegram ln
formed the Chamber of Commerce that
he would be on band Thursday. His
observations are relative to what trade
Is to be expected after the Panama
Canal Is opened, and they will Include
docking arrangements, equipment avail
able for lifting and repairing vessels,
channel depths and details that will
be Important for vessel-owners to know
In planning service to this Coast.
To Harbormaster Speler was dele
gated the tank of arranging transpor
tation, and he bas obtained a tug that
will accommodate 60 guests, if neces
sary. It Is probable that the trip will
be made Thursday morning, and the
harbor will be taken In from the north
end of JCoss Island to the lower basin,
and to the mouth of the Willamette If
the agent of France wishes to learn
-what territory Is contiguous and de
sires to Inspect the public drydock and
channel Improvements decided on In
conjunction with the road to the sea.
It la estimated that In approximately
three years the canal movements will
be under way. and Portlanders expect
that several lines will make the harbor
a port of call. Representatives who are
being sent to the city to ascertain con
ditions are being accorded every oppor
tunity to gather data. The Chamber of
Commerce Is distributing special adver
tising, setting forth port charges and
facilities. That will be followed soon
by the first publication of an adver
tising nature fostered by the Port of
Portland Commission that will Include
maps and facta that have not previously
TWO BROTHERS JOIN NAVY
Hating Is Same and Their Advance
ment Will Be Watched.
How two brothers, Arthur and Wes
ley Lay. 23 and 31 years old. respec
tively, will be rated at the termination
of their first enlistment in the Navy
vrombee to be Interesting. as both
have been signed by Lieutenant Toax.
In charge of the Portland recruiting
elation. They have been employed on
transportation work for the United
States Army and the younger Is an au
tomobile mechanic and the other a
blacksmith, so both were assigned as
coal passers. It Is thought they will
serve together on the same vessel dur
ing the four-year period.
Others enlisted during the past week
by Lieutenant Toax Included E. T.
Mathles. of Portland, as apprentice sea
man; J. II. Porter. Portland, landsman
for yeoman: C. L. Carlson, discharge!
January 30. lli. from the New Or
leans. re-enl!sted as fireman. first
class: C. E. llorton. discharged January
23. 1S12. from the St. Louis, re-enlisted
and given the same rating; C. W.
Smith, of Walla Walls, Wash., dis
charged April 15. 111. from the Wis
consin, as Quartermaster, third class,
re-enltsted as seaman, and O. P. Ham
by. alao of Walla Walla, enlisted as
A STOMA CnAXXFX IP AGAIN
Chamber of Commerce I Asked to
Help In Campaign.
Tilot "Billy" Patterson has furnished
the Chamber of Commerce with a map
of the lover river from Harrington
Point to Fort Stevens. In connection
with a chance In the channel desired
hy the marine guides, and the sub
ject Is to be referred to the trustees of
the Chamber at a meeting to be heU
It has been requested that the or
ganization lend Its efforts to the move
ment for continuing the channel from
the lower end of the Tongue Point
crossing directly In front of the city of
Astoria. Instead of It bearing toward
Taylor Sands, as It does at, present.
The matter has been under considera
tion by Major Mclndoe, Corps of En
gineer. I". K. A., and probably will
be taken up again on bis return from
the Tanama CanaL
TRCSS TO BE READY SOOS
"Work Will Be Belayed Slightly to
I'avor Lumber Vessel.
It is Intended to place the temporary
truss across the draw span of the new
Ilarrlman bridge tomorrow, but In the
event the schooner Nokomls, loading
lumber In the upper harbor, la not
ready to shift through, the work will
be delayed a day or two. according to
a report made yesterday by Harbor
master Speler. following a conversation
wltti Robert Wakefield, who has the
bridge contract. The skipper of the
Nokomls was with the head of the har
bor police force In visiting the
bridge, and he said that the present
opening between the falsework. 120
feet, was sufficiently wide for the No
komls to sail through.
The clearance beneath the truss Is
to be about lit feet, and the Nokomls
would require more than 130 feet to
pass beneath. Most of the steam
s.hooners that usually pass through
the bridges can clear the truss, but in
the event any are prevented from go
ing above, the extra expense of Ughter
Itk will be participated In by the con
tractor. P.YGJA IS TO SAIL TODAY
Kumerlc Damaged on Trip to Yoko
hama Suverlc Due Soon.
F.fforts will be made to start the Orl
rntst liner Rygja for sea this evening,
a Axr ahead o( her schedule, and she
will a:ilft this morning from the Crown
mill to the AlMna dock tn take on 15.
niio sacks of flour. It is hoped to have
that aboard so she ran swing Into the
stream bv S o'clock.
Agent Frlrhard. of tt'e Waterhnuse
fleet, has received a letter from Cap-
tain McGlll. of the Hner Kumerlc. In
which he recounts having experienced a
gale on the way from Puget Sound to
Yokohama and the Kumerlc a wireless
plant was rendered useless, her deck
house on the starboard side damaged
and other Injurlea sustained. She sailed
from the Coast December 20. The
Suverlc will be the next of the fleet In
port and she Is due here February 19.
More general cargo could be loaded
aboard the KygJ. but space for Port
land shipments was limited owing to
the fact that Government fodder Is to
be loaded at Seattle for Manila, and tn
the case of the Suverlc she will take a
large amount of flour from Portland.
STEAMER CASCADES LEAKING
Caulkers Thought to Hare Over
looked Seam In Xew Hull.
Water has been seeping Into the hold
of the steamer Cascades, of the Shaver
fleet, at the rate of six Inches a day.
despite the fact the hull has been in
the water but a week. It Is supposed
that the leak Is near her stem and the
theory Is that caulkers overlooked
short space between her planking. The
vessel was towod to the yards of the
Portland Shipbuilding Company yester
day afternoon and will be hauled out.
two steamers of the fleet will leave
today for the scene of the .Sarah Dixon
STEAM EB INTELLIGENCE.
Doe te Arrive.
Ri;a Manila In
Heaver 'a Pedro. ... In
ftnt&okt an Francisco In
rkwitr Coos nay In
c.i u I'.tmAM. Tillamook. ... 1 eo.
Tt-.r .San i'vt-ru. . . . Keb.
Alliance Eureka Feb.
Geo. W. Elder.. Sa Iio leb.
Hon City n !'!" Vro.
' Falcon San Diego.... Feb.
Scheduled to Depart.
Name. For Date
a. F for L. A.. Feb. B
B.-aver San Pedro. ... Feb.
Mnakwater. . .. l"oo Hay Feb.
Fua H. Elmore. .Tillamook Fett.
R gja .Manila ...Feb.
Roanoke fan Dleco. . . . Feb.
Harvard F for L. A.. Feb.
II, r fan Pedro Feb.
Alliance Xurka Feb.
fro. W. Elder.. ftl I'lego F'.
Falcon Pan Francisco Feb.
Rose City Jan Pedro. ... Feb.
explosion In an effort to locate the
boiler and a big tank that was carried
on her bow. Captain MonlcaU of the
steamer' Shaver, says that he noticed
a ripple, on the river near the point
that he had not seen previously, and
believes that It marks the spot where
the boiler sank. The trial of Chief
Engineer Lewis, of the Dixon, will be
called before fnlted States Inspectors
Edwards and Fuller tomorrow morn
ing. Mr. Lewis was chief engineer of
the Dixon since August 3. 1907. and
previously served as second engineer
on her for a lengthy period.
NAVIGATION AIDS ARE LISTED
Hjdrographlo Office Reports Four
Items for Mariners.
n t . i T3r-nh Hvrlroeraph.lc
i lie i i . n .. .
Office of the United States Navy fur
nishes the following Information of In
terest to mariners:
. .- ev.n, the RttIi en ocean
currents between Mojl and Comax show that
considerable east currem -
on three daya.
H. W. Lyon, second officer of the Astec
reports that a new ilshthouee has been es
tablished on Point Eseondldn, west coast
of Mexico, which was sighted at 18 miles.
It nas tnree wniw
Intervals with 10 seconds between groups.
Lspisin v -
porta that he foond Wlllapa Bay bar to
nave -ois ie -
Captain Griffiths, of the Admiral Samp
son, reports sighting a Mack can buoy Jan-
.... . . . i . . j . rt . . .. ... V. InnvMut
nary - in iwiuw
Carrying supplies for a surveying
,...( nrlnni at Fort Stevens the
Government steamer Arago left down
Captain C. H. Fuller has succeeded
Captain T. P. Campbell on the steamer
ir...f. r n Mnrrsv la In charge of
the launch Clara V- vice J. H. Carna-
Inspector Beck, of the Seventeenth
Lighthouse District, was apprised yes
terday that the New Dungeness Sand
Spit buoy. No. I. in Juan de Fuca
Straits, had gone adrift.
In tow of the steamer Ocklahama. the
German ship Schurbek. which arrived
Sunday from Santa Rosalia after a run
of 22 days, left up yesterday. She will
berth at Llnnton to discharge ballast,
and then tow to the North Pacific Mill
to load lumber.
H. J. Mohr. of Marshfleld. who was
appointed Portland agent of the steam
er Breakwater, has arrived to assume
his duties, and will be located on the
new addition to Alnsworth dock, where
the Breakwater will have a permanent
Following repairs and ' a general
overhauling. Light Vessel. No. 2. left
down yesterday and will proceed to
Swlftsure Bank to relieve No. 94. The
tender Columbine, which was on dry
dock last week, also left for the lower
Reports from La Center. Wash..
v. .-- cvia mi iMtns hurned Sat
urday, are that there was less remain
ing of the vessel than was found of the
-. - .- v.arni when nhe burned last
year at Pekln, on the same itresm. It
Is said the Leon a was insurea lor
Frank Bollam. Portland ticket agent
for the Independent steamers plying be
tween here and California ports, was
Informed by wireless yesieruay insi u
. 1- ...l.a rAnm nt the itaUD
uuer i ii i lid vmb.u - .
er Northland, which reached the river
earlier In the day. had been injured
after tha vessel saiiea iroru me uuimn
Gate, and was transferred at sea to the
steamer City of Topeka. which was met
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. Feb. S. Balled Steamer Al
liance, for Coos Bay and Eureka; steamer
Falcon, tor fn Francisco.
Astoria, Feb. 3. Condition at the month
of the river at 5 P. M.. smooth: wind east.
12 miles: weather, partly cloudy.
Lett up at noon iierman bark Schurbeic.
Filled at 1 P. M Steamer Coaster, for Ban
Francisco: Bailed at 3 P. M. Bt earner
baisy t'.adsby. tor Sa FTanclseo.
San Francisco. Feb. 6. balled at 1 P. M.
Kttamer Hear, for Portland: at P. M.
Stxarner Catania, for Portland.
Monterey. Feb. Sailed Steamer W. 8.
Porter, tor Portland.
Oaviota. Feb. 4. Failed Steamer Roee
crans. for Portland. . ,
wcastle. N. S. TS. Feb. 4. Arrived
Rritlsb bark Battle Abbey, from Columbia
R'san Pedro. Feb. 4. Arrived Steamer Oeo.
W. Fenwlck. from Columbia River.
Seattle. Feb. ft. Arrived Steamers Ne
vada, mm Ballna Cms. via San Francisco:
Nome City. Santa Ana. Willamette, from
Tacotna; President. Pu-amsn. Arsrll. from
Bsn Francisco. Balled Steamers Nome
Cltv. Willamette, for San Francisco: Cura
cao, for keg-war; Col. E I. Drake, N
vaitan, for Tacoma.
Los Ansel's. Feb. S Arrived Chehalle.
Sves. J. I. Stetson. from Grays Harbor.
Sailed Olon a- Mthony, for Tacoma; Rai
nier, for Wlllapa Harbor; Coos Ray. for Eaa
Francisco: Coronalo. for Grays Harbor.
San Francisco. Feb. S. Arrlred steamers
Carlos. Astoria. Watson, from Seattle; alay
fsir. from Wlllapa: Yellowstone, from Grays
Harbor. Palled Steamers Bear, Catania,
for Astoria; Redondo. for Coos Bay; V. 8.
T. Sherman, for Manila.
Shanrhal. Feb. S. Arrived previously
Chtyo Xsru. from San Francisco.
Tides at AMorla TMMiay.
S -3 A. M feet !:S.-. A. M
a JI p. M IS feet. 9:47 P. il
Coal, dry wood. Edlefsen Fnel Co.
THE MOTtNTNO OREGOMA1T. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1912.
BUTTER MEN AIRY
Oieomargerine's Use at Asy
lum Will Be Fought.
CONFERENCE TO 1BE HELD
Meeting of Executive Committee of
Butter and Cheese Makers' As
sociation Will Tuke Place
If the opposition of Oregon dairymen
proves effectual, oleomargarine will not
form part of the bill of fare at the
State Insane Asylum in the near future.
The question is to be considered seri
ously at a special meeting of the
executive committee of the Oregon
Butter and Clieesemakers" Association
to be held Thursday at Corvallis.
President Frayer. who resides In that
city, yesterday requested the Portland
members of the committee by telephone
to attend the meeting. The meeting is
the result of the report from Salem to
the effect that oleomargarine Is being
used at the Insane Asylum for purposes
of economy, and thut It Is preferred to
I'ae Declared Menace.
Several representative dairymen of
thia city yesterday declared that the
use of oleomargarine at the asylum Is
a grave menace to the dairy Industry of
this state, and an advertisement of Im
mense value to the manufacturers of
the product In the movement that Is
being carried on to have the tax on
colored oleomargarine abolished. The
Portland dairymen nssert It is incon
sistent for officials of state Institutions
to favor the use of a butter substitute
In state institutions tn a state where
every inducement Is given the prospec
tive settler to engage In the dairying:
"it is bad enough for the asylum offi
cials to substitute oleomargarine for
butter, particularly In Oregon, where
the dairying Industry Is unable to sup
ply the needs, without affording the
manufacturers of oleomargarine such
an excellent advertisement for its use,"
said Chief Deputy Judd. of the State
Dairy and Food Commissioner's office
Discrimination Held Inlost.
"While we sympathize with the
state's desire to reduce expenses, we
feel that It Is unfortunate that In exer
cising economy they- chose to work a
hardship upon one of tha leading Indus
tries of the state. We are convinced
that. If we have a proper understand
ing of the temper of the people, they
will never permit this unjust discrim
ination." "If the superintendent of the asylum
complies with the laws covering the
sale of oleomargarine, he can use .all
of it he wants." said T. S. Townsend.
when asked his opinion regarding the
action of the asylum. "The excuse that
economy requires that the use of butter
be discontinued is a pretty lame one.
Butter haa been high, but not higher
than at this season in any past years.'
As a matter of fact the price In Port
land Is lower than that In the Kastern
and California markets. The use of
oleomargarine, of course, will not do
the dairy Industry any good, but I feel
sure that where people know It Is
butter substitute It will not be used.
Encoorage Dairying, la Advice.
"Cveryone knows that it Is not made
of butter. No one knows Just what It
Is made from. I don't see how the
asylum people can buy colored oleomar
garine any cheaper than butter. If the
people of Oregon want cheaper meats
and cheaper butter, let them encourage
the farmer to raise more dairy cows.
This can never be done by Importing
oleomargarine from Chicago."
"No officials have the right to use
oleomargarine In an institution that la
supported by the taxpayers of the state,
many of them dairymen." said Mr. Lee.
of the Purity Cream Company and ex
president of the Butter and Cheesemak
ers' Association. "Oregon dairymen
cannot possibly compete with the beef
trust. The continued use of oleomar
garine at the asylum certainly will be
a big setback to the dairymen of this
state. They do not propose to let tha
question get past without a protest."
"If Superintendent Steinor Is so keen
on reducing expenses, why doesn't he
dispense with his automobile?" was the
comment of W. Brandes, of the Oregon
Creamery Company. "Insane people
are sick people, and oleomargarine
should certainly not be fed to sick peo
ple. It Isn't their kind of food."
CANAL INSPIRES ALL
K. G. CRAWFORD SAYS COAST
PREPARATION IS BIG.
Banker, Back Prom Tour, Says
Portland Also Must Plan for
That every city and hamlet on the
Pacific Coast expects to derive large
and direct benefits from the opening of
the Panama Canal. Is the observation
of E. O. Crawford, vice-president of
the Lumbermen's National Bank, who
returned yesterday from a trip to Arl
sona. He was absent from Portland
about a month, and visited almost all
the principal cities going: or coming.
"Even Tucson, which Is 180 miles
from the Gulf of Mexico, Is looking
forward to becoming a metropolis when
the canal Is opened." said Mr. Craw
ford. "The business men argue that
Tucson Is nearer the canal than any
other city of any Importance; there
fore, they expect the place will become
an Important shipping center.
"In Los Angeles they took me down
to the harbor and showed me the
preparations that are being made for
Rheumatism is caused by an excess of uric acid In tiie blood, which
ETsdually eets into the circulation because of indigestion, constipation, weale
kidney action, and other irregularities of the system which are sometimes
considered of no importance. This uric acid causes an Inflamed and "tjk
condition of the blood, and 'he circulation instead of nourishing the difierent
portions of the body, continually deposits into the vl?
and joints, the irritating, pain-producing acid with which it id filled. Rheu
matism can only be cured by & thorough cleansing of the blood and this is
lust what S. S. S. does. It goes down into the circulation, and by neutral
izing the uric acid and driving it from the blood, eSectually and surely
removes the cause. S. & S. strengthens and invigorates" the blood so that
instead of a weak, sour stream, causing pain and agony tnoughout the sys
tem, it becomes an invigorating, nourishing fluid, furnishing health and
. i r .v.- ti a i,'nn iVi snffennp- caused by this
' TlCOr W every pai i cuiv . wv. . - - - ,
disease. S. S. S. being a purely vegetable blood purifier, is the surest and
I C1-?eaic- , ' j w Rook on Rheumatism and
Saiest cure ior xiicuuiuustu i v. . ..
any medical advice desired sent fre to all who write.
THE SWT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLAJTTA, GA.
How She Was Saved From
Surgeon'- Knife by Lydia I
ble Compound. ,
Mogadore, Ohio. "The first two years
I was married I suffered bo much from :
female troubles and
bearing down pains
that I could not stand
Y l enough to do my.
Vf JLVlwork. The doctor !
said I would have to
undergo an opera
tion, but my husband
wanted me to try
Lydia E. Pinkham's
C,f I tnnlr three '
bottles and it made me well and strong j
and I avoided a dreadful operation, i i
now have two fine healthy children, and j
I cannot say too much about what Lydia j
E Pinkham's Vegetable tximpounu una
r1nn for me." - Mrs. Lee MANGES,
R. F. D. 10, Mogadore, Ohio.
Why will women take cnances wun an
Araer mil: fl. sicklv. half-
hearted existence, missing three-fourths
of the joy of living, when tney can una
health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound T ......v.-j.
For thirty years it, nas peen me ouwu-
j a- tn-r foml ills, and has re-
HI U 1 Cllltvij v . 1
stored the health of thousands of women
who have been troubled with sucn aii
mortta rlisnlnr.ements. inflammation.
ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc.
If you want special advice write to
T.vdia F. PinVhain Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
be opened, reaa ana nnsnneu u, -woman
and held in strict confidence.
the Increased shipping. The Los An
geles business men declare It Is all set
tled and that port Is to be the most
Important on the Pacific Coast. San
Francisco says this Is all humbug;
that the .movement of commerce Is
flxed .for all time at San Francisco
"I was impressed with the fact that
Portland -must provide facilities equal
to those of any other port on the Coast
to make sure of our position with
respect to the Important commerce that
will develop from' the opening of the
canal. We must have docks and cheap
loading facilities. To become a big
city Portland must become a world
city. We must take advantage of our
being the closest city to the Interior
market, and must get hold of the pro
ductions of this great territory and
ship them from this port.
"Conditions in Arizona have been bad
for the last year or so. due- to the
closing of the copper mines and the
revolution in Mexico. The recent ad
vance In the price of copper has caused
Improvement. Los Angeles is a most
wonderful city and Is advancing
rapidly. San Francisco appears to be
getting In better shape and business
men are confident of the future. South
ern California has been hit hard by
frosts, and In some sections the loss on
the orange crop will be 25 to 60 per
cent. I was told by President Walter,
of the Citizens Bank In Los Angeles,
that the total loss on the orange crop
as a whole In California will not ex
ceed 20 per cent. They are almost pray
ing for rain there now.
"Everywhere I went I heard a good
word for Portland. They all under
stand our prosperity and our conserva
tive way of doiug things, and many
remark on the fact that Portland Is
built on Its own resources."
DERELICT IS TO BE SOLD
United States Marshal to Auction Off
The steam schooner William Notting
ham, which was found a derelict at sea
by a tug of the Port of Portland Com
mission and was towed to St. Johns,
will be sold at auction at the entrance
to the Postoffice at 10 A. M. next Tues
day. United States Marshal Scott will
be the auctioneer. The cargo of lum
ber now lying on the dock at St. Johns
also will be sold. In the order which
Judge Wolverton signed yesterday au
thorizing the auction sale. It Is set
forth that the cargo Is exposed to dan
ger from a freshet In the Willamette.
The Globe Navigation Company, of
Seattle, is the owner of the vessel. For
a time It was thought the company
and the Port of Portland Commission
would reach an agreement as to the
worth of the vessel and the charge for
towing her into port.
A claim bv Brown & McCabe. steve
dores, for 11245.30 for unloading the
Nottingham, was filed In the Federal
MORO FARMERS PLAN FETE
Business Men to Be Guests at Sher
man County Banquet.
MORO. Or.. Feb. 5. (Special.)
Farmers of the territory surrounding
Moro are arranging to entertain the
citizens of Moro Friday evening at a
banquet. Moro business men gave a
dinner for the farmers December 29.
Invitations have been sent to business
men of Portland and The Dalles to at
tend. Plates will be arranged for 350.
Only Sherman County products will
be used. -
SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE MARKET.
Prices Quoted at the Bay City for Vege
tables. Fruits. Etc.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. . The follow-
No Detention From Occupation,
Family or Home
DR. A. G. SMITH,
THE LEADING SPECIALIST.
I am a registered and licensed
physician, confining my special
prarviee to the ailments of MEN.
I have more money Invested tn my
establishment than all other Port
land specialists combined, and I
will give .lOO'-.to any charity If I
cannot aboiv thla la true.
I publish my true photograph,
correct name, personally conduct
mv office. I am the most success
ful Rnd reliable, as medical cre
dentials and press records prove.
I make this statement so that you
will know you consult a true spe
cialist, who sees and treats pa
tients personally. I possess EX
PERT skill and experience, ao
qulrd In such a way that no other
' can share.
To all men who are sick and In
trouble; to the men who feel they
have lost the energy of youth, and
that the strength they ought to
have has boon sapped from them;
to those who are not stele enough
to be abed but feel they must use
all their will power to loroe thom
selves even to their everyday tasks
to all these I have a special mes
sage of hope and cheer. I can cure
that lame and aching back. I can re
store the lustre to the dimmed eve:
I can make you realize that the
youth of yesterday has not been
burled In an age of several
decades, anfl that your pitiful con
dition is now due only to damaged
health. This health can be te
stored if you will act now. Come
today, or the stage of nslat may
get junk, y m s -ft " -
jrable. I u- - -
WRITTEN GUARANTEE Dr. Smith's written guarantee means a cure
or no pay for services. I guarantee to cure ."'y"rv,cea coat you
every dollar you have paid me for my ""Vices, at y ser t Blood
nothing unless I cure your ari9M8,Ve'".Hr,v1es a?e reasonable
Poison or any aliment I guarantee to cure My A?,"
and no more than you are able and willing to pay for bentnts
Office hours A. M. to s P. M. Sundays, 10 A. M. to x r. at.
DR. A. G. SMITH
Ins produce prices were current here to
day: Vegetables Cucumbers. fl.00l.S0; garlic,
8Uj4c; green peas, 6912He; string beans,
nominal; eggplant, 12 20c; tomatoes. 8Sc
Butter Fancy creamery. 35V4c.
Eggs store. 29 He; fancy ranch. 80 He.
Fruit Apples, choice, $1; common, 5c;
Mexican limes, $o; California lemons,
choice, $4.50; common, 12; naval oranges.
12&4.50; pineapples, $28.S0.
Mlllstufls Bran. S24.502S.S0; middlings.
Potatoes Oregon Burbsnks. 11.6641.80:
Early Rose, 11.76 1.8.1; Salinas Bur banks.
$1.8592; river Burbanks. $1.35 1.E0; sweets,
Hay Wheat. $15 20: wheat and oats.
$1818.50; alfalfa, $111915.50.
Receipts Flour. 3352 quarter sacks;
wheat. 4025 centals; barley. 1900 centals;
oats, 600 centals; potatoes, 3S30 sacks; bran.
35 sacks: middlings, 100 sacks; hay, 67a
tons; wool, 4tl bales.
Asks Help to Move Wheat.
WINNIPEG, Man., Feb. 5. The Minister
of Agriculture of the Province of Saskatche
wan has wired the American Government at
Washington from Reglna, saying there were
201,000.000 bushels of unthreshed wheat, all
tough, and 12.000,000 bushels wet and tough,
which must be shipped at onre or be a
total loss. The Canadian railways have
refused to ship this grain to Duluth and
Minneapolis except In foreign cars. This ac
tion, it Is declared, had brought on another
crista tn the ear situation, and the Minister
of Agriculture Is seeking the co-operation
By C. K. Holsman, M. D. The Leading Specialist
. . ..i-H.t t r..Mn. sllmenta of men ex- -"v .Mfc-" !
clusivelv. I own my offlte and equipment, publish my true
photograph and personally supsrvise the treatment of all
patients from the time they como to me until they are clis
charged as cured. Although iny time is fully occupied from
earlv morn until late at night In looking after the wants
of mv patients and in administering my special treatment
for lilood Poison. Varicose Veins and other diseases. I al
wave take pleasure In consulting with new patients.
In offering mv services to the afflicted I am giving you
the BEST that can be had anywhere. My ?Dn
experience lor th. past 18 years can lven ou!,utfta"lenJ
my ability, honesty and integrity and should be sufficient
to convince the most skeptical that I am the FOR tMOH
and LEADING Specialist In Portland. I possess skill and
experience, ecqulred in such a way that no other can share
f. .nl T should not bs classed with inexperienced doctors or
specialists. .,., .
man as to th. specialist he consults.
i. ihn.. who rienend upon you
lest attention. I have the ability and can 've you services may
service. I nave always cnarged a very reasonable fee, w ' f no ls
be obtained by any man who sincerely desires to be l would llks
leading statements, false promises or,,uS fome oS Strictly professional ba
te ha-e you for a patient It you w 111 "J "P " b'f,Vy. 18 years' success
.... accepting Inducements tha. 1 of a7 -Trial's' ? diseases.
lul experience. uing-waiiiK t,
I dally demonstrate that varicose
veins can be cured in nearly all cases
by one treatment In such a satisfac
tory way, pain ceases, swelling sub
sides, a healthy circulation is rapidly
re-established, ln.tead ot the depress
ing conditions. X guarantee you a
cure to stay curej or refund the money.
KIDNEY AND BLADDER.
With these diseases you may have
more complications than are presented
by anv other disease. By my March
ing Illumination of the bladder I de
termine accurately the disease and by
microscopic examination and urln
alv.ls I make doubly sure the condi
tion of the kidneys, thus laying foun
dation, for scientific treatment.
SPECIFIC BLOOD POISON.
Scientific treatment only should be
used in combating this loathsome dis
ease I cure Blood Poison by the new
German Kemedy. which 1 Introduce di
rectly into the blood, purifying it. neu
tralizing It and expelling poison from
the system. New blood thus formed
sunnlles and rebuilds the tissue, in
such a way that tha patient recovers
his normal state of health, strength
MY DIRECT TREATMENT FOB
That disorder commonly known as
weakness has for years and generation,
baffled the efforts of physicians, yet to
this very day a majority of doctors,
specialists not expected, are attempt-
I Treat All Ailments of Men, sud Cure to Stay Cured
I Offer Free Consultation and Examination
I invite vou to come to my office. I will explain to you my treatment , or
lcos. veins, hernia, nervou. debility, blood poison. P"-x"""
r and all men's ailment., and give you FREE a physical examination If yoi
write for free book and self-exauilnatlon
AU tnuktZuT:- Letter, cheerfully answered.
. - ii j . a A
DR. C. K.
N 5 day;
MANY CASES PERMANENTLY
CURED IN ONE TREATMENT.
MOST TIME-SAVING. MOST NAT
URAL, MOST SAFE. A RADICAL
AND PERMANENT CURE. I
GIVE MY WORD AND WILL CITE
YOU 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 ,
I Invite you to come to my of
fice. I will explain to you my
treatment for Varicose etna.
Hernia, Nervous Debility. Blood
Poison. Piles. Fistula. Bladder,
Kidney and ail Men's Ailments, and
give you FREE a physical exam
ination; if necessary a microscopi
cal and chemical analysis of secre
tlons. to determine pathological
and bacteriological conditions.
Every person should tfike advan
tage of this opportunity to learn
their true condition. A permanent
cure is what you want.
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 guarantee you a
cure to stay cured or refund the
Cerebro. where the mental forces
are Impaired. Spinal, w h e r e the
spinal centers are involveo. Vital,
where the sympathetic nervous sj s
tem and forces that govern the or
gans are deranged by reflex effects
of ailments. 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 Ufa
x e06 " FOR BLOOD DISORDERS.
I use Professor Ehrllch's won
derful new discovery, " 608, In
cases of Blood Poison. It cures in
117 treatment, and is the Kreatest
marvel of medical science. T h i s
new remeHy has been successfully
used In thousands of cases. Let
..nlBln It tn VOU.
234V2 Morrison St.
of the American Government in getting the
matter straigntenea oui.
Hops at London.
LIVERPOOL, Feb. r.. Hops at London,
Pacific Coast. 10 5fU $s.
L. T YEE & SONS
The old eminent Chinese
t rl doctor cures any aiseaas
, ft successfully, such as weaK
I : nerves, constipation, asinma.
ti-?! 1 ,.tarrh. cancer, piles nerv
ousness, rheumatism, Diooa
poison, lung, liver, kidney
and stomach trouble: also
ailments of men and women.
. - . . .. .. . V. n v,am failed.
L Vs-TV' , j guarantee a cure if cur
fcrtl able. I have spent a lifetime
study of herbs ana graauaicu imm
universities and took post-graduate courses
In China. I have thousands of testimonials
from my grateful patients. I use only the
most harmless Chinese herbs, regardless of
the high price. So I can help you. Call
or write for symptom blanks and circular.
L. T. TEE SO.N9 MEDICINE CO.,
142 First, 8. E. Cor. Alder. Portland. Or.
wad ot v-hlnes. DorDs
root medietas cures
kinds diseases of the neati.
langa, liver, stomach, kid
sy. blood troubles ot maa
sad woman when others
talL 11 you suffer, call o
writs to 22 wash. ..
toi. xd. Room IS. fort. Or.
xv .verv ailing
D-uty and des ti ny to Holsman. M. D.
demand tde best mea
! ' , m.iiiMi that
ing to overcome iv oj ,v
have been In constant use and have
always failed for half a century. They
dose the system with pow'"l
lants and tonics, calculated to "t
nervous force or strength that Is not
and never has been lacking, with tne
result that the functions are tempo
rary excited to the positive detriment
of the patient. Weakness is only
symptom, resulting from many oca
conditions, and Is curable by local
treatment only, without the giving of i a
single internal dose, whlcn demon
strates the absolute accuracy of my
understanding and treatment of this
disorder. In years 1 have not met
with a single failure, and I have en
Ere confidfnee In my ability to cur.
.11 oases that come to me for treat
treatment other than that which H'
perfected can completely and perman
ently restore strength and vigor.
NO MONEY REQUIRED TO COM
MENCE TREATMENT. Many patients
have no confidence In their doctor, be
cause he demands pay before a cure
nas oeen effected, and there are many
who have been misinformed about
their condition or through unsuccess
ful treatment have become skeptical
and think there is no cure for them.
I want an opportunity to treat such
men. It makes no difference about
th. financial part, as I accept pay tors
my services as benefits are derived;
when I am satisfied the patient Is re
liable. Health Is capital at Interest. I
will prov. my ability to cure before
asking" pay for my services.
r k v. m. mua pimuHT imin av M i.
22 Morrison St.
Cor. 1st Street
Men and Women
WE TREAT AND CURE CHRONIC
NERVOUS AND COMPLICATED
I)Ir,A?r.5 ot ait..v aiu
Ti - i.na .nn.rlnr
O 11(1 . u 0U.v.--
facilities for treat
ing these diseases,
as we are equipped
with all the modern
Inventions in elec
trical and surgical
cal prepa rations
(TaS Our Fee $10
tuam II la-sir aAi-
Ann we truarantee to cure any case
that is curable. .
Rheumatism. Asthma, Bright s Dis
ease. Gout and all chronic constitu
tional diseases given permanent roller
when other treatments have failed.
Particular Attention Given to Special
Diseases of Men and Women.
Diseases of the Nervous System, Ca
tarrh. Throat and Lung Diseases, Ee.
Ear and Nose. Kidney-and' Liver, Scro
fula and Blood Diseases (choice of three
treatments for this condition); Pile and
Rectal Diseases. Cancer. Tumor, Eczema
and All Skin Diseases.
Skin Cancers. Varicose Veins. Tumors
ani Piles removed without any cutting
operations or detention from work.
If Yon are Discouraged
call and investigate our methods of
treatment. They are new and modern,
different from the old routine and will
appeal to you. We are dally curing
chronic diseases that were long ago
given up by other doctors.
Consult Us Tree Today.
. at mi r s-.ff.C4.
i I you can..', va.1 " ; , '
write lor free symptom and diagnosis
Hours. 0 A. M. Till 8:30 P. M. Sundayn
First and Alder Sts. Phone malm 44S3.
Entrance 211 Alder St.
w it:...i.. -V. a Anlv crf,l al ist
In Fortfanl that publishes his own
photograph, personaly 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 calSW at my office is
a&sured of my personal and Indi
vidual treatment until a cure Is ef
fected. My fees are one-fourth that
exacted by the various medical
companies." "Institutes" and mu
seums." Be sure to consult me be
fore treating elsewhere.
BLOOD POISON lis
I FriFII.L MY PROMISES.
I ACCEPT NO IrrRABI,B CASES.
I Never HOLU OUT FALSE HOPES.
Why treat with Incompetents when
you can secure the expert services
of a competent specialist?
Come to me if you have any or tbe
following disorders: Vnrleoae elna,
Pimples. Nervous Debility, Nerve,
Blood and Skin Disorders. Bladder
Trouble. Blood Poisona, Eruptions,
Ulcers, Special Ailments, Pllea or
B to 6 7 to 8 Dallyj Sunday, 10 t 1.
Examination Advice Free.
Rooms 11-14 I.afnyette Bids.,
S1S WASHINGTON ST., COR. 6th.
DON'T GIVE IP HOPE.
TKEKE IS HELP FOR YOU.
I will treat some
of your aliment, for
as low a free as 5
and 10. I will
mak. you an ex
ceptionally low fee
on any ailment you
may b . .uttering
With this low fee
and my long and
In treating aliments
ot men. you need not
I don't care who has
.ri has failed I will give you a sure
cure and a small fee. lon t giv. up oo-
W-tSt method, knew.,.
,rVl M'lenre I successfully treat VARI
Jotit VKINS. PILES. NERVOUS AIL
vrW K1I XEV, BLADDER, LI NQ
a vn BLOOD AILMENTS. KHKUMA
TDiM LIVER AILMENTS AND ALL
CHRONIC AILMENTS OF MEN.
Come In and see me.. Have a eonfl-
23 .oi lboat
The Old Reliable Specialist.
Corner Alder and Second streets. En
franc, las a. Betf0SdAtEe0p80,P1"
Or Office hours. 9 A M. to 8 P. M.
Sundays. 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
Hundreds of Successful
Cures Since He Opened
. . nnn.nnlROnAUl POn-ln-
iurlous herbs all diseases of the Throat,
leart. Liver. Lungs, Stomach. Kidneys.
Plies. Constipation, Nervousness. Neural
gia. Rheumatism, Catarrh. Eczema.
Blood Poison. Diabetes and all organlo
Patients out of town can secure these
health-building remedies. Send 4 cents
in stamps for symptom blank.
WO CHINESE MEDICAL CO.
250 Vi Alder, Cor. Third.
S If THAN
lr?iir LJ VAX A 1
3 Chlnew Doctors. F7 -
f r. .i kj r. j.v
I . rirsf M ssOii'
M.W , m u wa, ws. jj
DT.S.K.Chn with their harm- Mrs. Dr. Cban
ifeii v.. ii i ii o s c
medicines of herbs and roots, have wonder
fully cured many sufferers of both external
and internal sicknesses when all other rem
edies have failed. No operations. Exam
ination for ladies by Mr. Pr. Chan. Call or
write to 8. K. C11AV CHINESE MK1HCLXE
CO., 133H FIRST SThEJiT. .
i I Via"""" nisi " " ik' ' ' ' ' lj-iir VTs
Dr- L Dr.
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