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THE 3IORXIXG . OREGOXIAX. FRIDAY, MARCII 28, 1913,
BULL MOOSERS OUT
FOR CITY OFFICES
H. Russell Albee Will File To
day as Candidate in May
oralty Race. ,
THREE ASPIRE TO COUNCI
All Are Anxious to Serre as Commis
sioners, Believing That New
Charter Will Be Adopted by
Electors In May.
HAYORUTt RACK MATERIALLY
CUJLSGKD BY ALBEB MOVK.
nth th entrance of H. Russell
Albee rate the race for Mayor, th
situation la materially changed. Hla
definite ar noun rem on t makes certain
aa animated ncht for nomination by
th Republican and Proem lye.
Mayor Rushlight I a candidal for
re-alectlon, being one of three seek
ing the nomination In th Republi
Gay Lombard, ex-Councilman and
well-known business roan, 1 the man
who first announced himself tor
Mayor In the Republican primaries.
Jame lfajrulr. councilman from
th Tenth Ward, la th third candi
date for Mayor in th Republican
Th primaries will be held May 8.
H. Russell Albee is the Progressive
-. party candidate for Mayor. He au
thorized the definite statement last
night that he Is In the race and It la
expected that he will file bis declara
tion of Intention today.
Mr. Albee has been urged for more
' than a week by some of the strongest
members of the party here to allow
bis name to be used In this connection
, After giving the subject due consid
eration and having been asked by large
numbers of friends to make the race.
he finally consented.
At the same time Ben Reisland and
C. C. Craig announced their candidacy
for the Progressive nomination for
Councilmen-at-large and J. B. Hol
1 brook for Councilman from the Second
The Progressive party leaders and
' those who urged Mr. Albee to run for
? Mayor In the coming primaries will
a designate some prominent place or
places where citizens may sign his pe
tition, as Mr. Albee made it known
-: that be does not favor having petitions
carried around the city by hired men.
- He feels that if there is enough cen-
vine Interest in a candidate signatures
can be obtained by the other method.
Record Is Given.
Mr. Albee is 45 years old. Re was
born in Illinois.
In 1894 he was chairman of the Elec
tric Lighting Commission at Bay City,
Mich, a city of over 50.000 people.
Bay City has a municipal lighting
Mr. Albee has lived In Portland for
IS Vuaf-a- SM all rtt tht tlma ha tidbti
connected wttb the Northwestern Mu
tual Life Insurance Company of Mil
waukee, Wis. He Is the local manager
of the company.
He served as Councilman from 1J02 to
IPOs. At the end of bis term as Coun
oilman, be ran for Mayor and came
near being elected.
As State Senator he served at the
legislative sessions of 190 and 1911.
He la a member of the Commercial
Club and a Shriner.
J. B. Holbrook, candidate for Coun
. cllman from the Second Ward, la presi
dent of the Holbrook Investment Com.
v pany and a director In the Commerce
Bavtngs & Trust Company and Is a
brother of M. L. Holbrook, vice-presi
dent of the Merchants' National Bank.
. He Is heavily interested in St. Johns
Candidates Are Property-Owners.
Ben Reisland Is SS years old, was
born In lsconaln and reared on a Mln
rtesota farm. He is a graduate of the
University of Oregon Law School. He
is a member of the Portland Realty
Board and the Multnomah Amateur
.Athletic Club, and is heavily Interested
in property In South East Portland.
C. C. Craig is also aged 38 years, has
lived In Portland six years and Is a
member of the Slanson-Cralg Company,
the Commercial. Ad and Progressive
Business Men's Clubs, and is a Shriner.
He was formerly a member of the City
Council of Son Diego.
All of the candidates for Council are
men of family and have heavy inter
efts In Portland.
Mrs. M. L T. Hidden already Is In
the field as a Progressive party candi
date for the nomination of Counctlman-at-large,
and has filed her declaration
Messrs. Reisland, Craig and Holbroek
will, if nominated In the primaries, be
candidates for Commissioners, should
the commission charter be adopted May
3. None of them would care to serve
on the present Council, but they feel
certain that the commission form will
be approved by the people and they
would serve as commissioners If elected
and devote their time to that work.
JAIL ADDITION ADVOCATED
Executive Board, to Recommend New
Uulldine; at Llnnton by Day Labor.
Following a visit to the Llnnton sub
Jail yesterday. Mayor Rushlight and
members of the police committee of
the Executive Board prepared a rec
ommendation for enlarging the jail to
care for 60 more prisoners. This will
fro before the Executive Board today
It was found that the Jail Is over
crowded and that more room is prac
tically a necessity owing to the crowd
ed condition of the temporary city Jail.
The plan Is to erect the addition to the
sub-Jail by day labor Instead of by con
tract. In this way a number of pris
oners can be employed and considerable
raving effected In the cost of the work.
After the visit to Llnnton the Mayor
and committee members visited the
County Jail to Inspect the cell system
there, to get Ideas for the new City
Jail which Is being erected at Second
and Oak streets.
CnJon Water Sleeting Called.
UNION. Or March S7. (Special.)
George T. Cochran, superintendent of
water division No. 2. with headquarters
at La Qrande. Or., has notified users of
water from the Grand Rondo River
and to tributaries that an adjudica
tion of their rights has been ordered,
and ail claimants are notified to file
atatements and prepare for inspection
end Dual decree. The water users of
the country directly tributary to Union
are asked to meet the superintendent
at Union April 10, at which time the
case will be explained.
SNAPSHOT OF AGED WOMAN, INVALID FOR TEARS, REGISTERING AT HER HOME.
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D. J. GREGORY, REG1STRATIOX
89 TO VOTE
Registration Books Taken to
Mrs. Mary Kennon Evans.
THIRD PARTY IS CHOSEN
Mother of Brigadiers-General In
Army -and Connected With Prom
inent Southern Families Gives
Occupation as "Planter."
An Invalid for years and unable to
leave her room except In a wheel chair,
Mrs. Mary Kennon Evans, 89 years of
age, mother of Brigadier-General Rob
ert K. Evans, of the United States
Army, now In charge of the Department
of the Gulf with headquarters at At
lanta, Ga., nevertheless expressed great
anxiety to register.
Yesterday her wish was gratified
when Dan J. Gregory, one of County
Clerk Coffey's registration deputies,
carried the necessary books and blanks
to her apartment In the Virginia-Hill
Hotel, 265 Fourteenth street Friends,
particularly Mrs. Frederick Eggert,
who had heard her express the wish,
made all arrangements. Mr. Gregory
was taken from the Courthouse to the
hotel in Mr. Eggert s automobile after
o dock, closing time at the Court
Mrs. Evans at first expressed some
hesitation when it came to announcing
er political affiliation, but her admira
tion tor Theodore Roosevelt finally was
confessed. She declared herself a
"Rooseveltlan" and her name was
placed In the Progressive party column.
She gave ber occupation as "planter."
She Is the widow of a wealthy Missis
sippi planter who died prior to the Civil
War and she still owns large estates in
the Southern State. Mrs. Evans has re
sided in Portland eight years, and prior
to that time was for four years with
er son at Vancouver Barracks when he
was Adjutant-General at that Army
The Virginia-mil Hotel is located in
precinct 31. the voting booth for which
is always put up almost directly across
the street from the hotel. Mrs. Evans,
It was stated, will be taken across the
street and Into the booth In a wheel
chair to participate In the Progressive
Captain Joseph Lee Jayne. in charge
of the naval observatory at Washing-'
ton, D. C Inventor of the wireless sig-
PROGRESSIVE PARTY CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR OF PORTLAND
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nal code. Is a nephew of Mrs. Evans.
She speaks of him with pride, almost
with as much pride as she refers to her
son and to her grandson, Hornsby Ev
ans, who la a Lieutenant In the United
States Army and who was for a time
on General Funs ton's stall In San Fran
cisco. Mrs. Evans was born In Ala-
ama and belongs to one of the oldest
Southern families. She Is connected by
ties of blood and marriage with many
of the most prominent people In the
DENTIST ANSWERS CHARGE
Dr. Biljeu Asserts Right to rse of
Office Sign In Modified Form.
Cited into court by Circuit Judge
Morrow to ehow cause why he should
not be punished for contempt, for dis
obeying a court order restraining his
use of the name "Wise Dental Com
pany." Dr. V. R. Bllyeu. a dentist for
merly connected with that corporation,
declares In an answer filed yesterday
CLERK. KJTEELING, AND MRS. MARY
SIGNING AS A VOTER.
that. he has constructed a new sign for
his office In which the name ""ivlse
Dental Company" has been eubordinat
ed to his own.
Beth the original and reconstructed
signs read: "Dr. Bllyeu, stockholder
Wise Dental Company." In the original
"Dr. Bllyeu" was In small letters and
"stockholder of in still smaller letters
while "Wise Dental Company" was in
letters 10 inches high. In the recon
structed sign. Dr. Bilyen states, his own
name is In letters 10 1-2 inches in
height, "stockholder of" in letters four
Inches high, and ""Wise Dental com
pany" In letters six inches in height.
He argues that he has complied with
the court's order by failing to make the
words '"Wise Dental Company " tne
most prominent part of his new sign.
Anyway, Dr. Bilyeu says, he has a
right to use the term "stocknoiaer oi
the Wise Dental Company" for the reas
on that he subscribed to and paid for
stock In that corporation, by which he
was employed for four years. He states
that he has a perfect right at least to
attemnt to keeD the patronage which
he worked up. His argument is that
most of his patients knew mm as ur.
Bilyeu of the Wise Dental Company.
Whether Judge Morrow will consider
that the new sign does not violate his
injunction Is a matter of conjecture.
Briefs have been submlteed on the sub
ject and a bitter fight is promised be
fore It Is determined whether or. not
Dr. Bllyeu shall be Jailed or fined for
LECTURES ON MUSIC END
DOROTHEA NASH INTERPRETS
Playing ot 'Meditation From Opera
Feature of Event Staged at
Meier & Frank Store.
Miss Dorothea Nash concluded yes
terday, at the Meier & Frank Com
pany's store, the last of her present
series of lectures on . grand operas to
be sung next week at the Orpheum
Theater by the artistes of the Chicage
Grand Opera Company. These lectures
have been great successes ana nave
won marked approval from large au
diences. Miss Nash has shown unexpected and
scholarly ability to interest her au
diences. In her lecture on Massenet's
"Thais" Miss Nash praised the com
poser for his fine sense of musical pro
portion and the colorful quality of his
music in which he introduced Oriental
motif with wonderfully appealing ef
fect. The "Meditation" from this
opera was played with Jine skill by Mrs.
Susie Fennel Pipes, violinist.
Miss Nash's subjects for discussion
yesterday were the second act from
iin urn iin I I
Offenbach's "Tales of Hoffman" and
Humperdinck's fairy opera In three
acts. "Hansel and Gretel." " "Hansel
ond Gretel' is drawn from old Teu-tonic-Icelandic-Norweglan
Miss Nash. "To understand the pre
lude we must first know the story of
the play, as the prelude is musio of
the whole plot- Humperdlnck uses
his theme in varied ways, a wonderful
weaving like an intricate pattern.
There are three different themes pre
sented at one time and if we study it
closely and pay strict attention and
no one talks near us in the theater to
interrupt our thought, we can unravel
and hear each theme. There is the
charm and counter-charm. The chil
dren sing little songs and the music Is
bright, like any kindergarten music
with which we are familiar."
Miss Nash played on the piano se
lections from the operas under dlscus-sic-n.
Kerosene Is the universal lllumlnact
around Aden. - Arabia. The poorer natives
cannot afford lamps, but use containers of
a gill capacity, with a slender wick. cost
Ins 1 cent. Th result 1 a dim and flickering-
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KENNON EVANS, 89 YEARS OLD,
POLICE WAR AT END
Method of Shifting to Be Set
MERIT SYSTEM PROPOSED
Plan Adopted at Peace Conference
Creates Board of Chief and Cap
tains Matter to Go Before
City Executive Body.
Peace reigns In the Police Depart
ment. Following a flare-up a few days
ago, which threatened to embroil lire
long friends and play smash with po
litical alignments, a peace conference
was held yesterday in Chief Slover's
office, as the result of which, if the
Executive Board gives Its sanction, the
vexed question of adopting a method
of shifting members of the department
will be settled equitably.
The plan which was approved by the
police committee of the Executive
Board yesterday afternoon calls for a
board consisting of the Chief and cap
tains, to whom Jointly will be sub
mitted all applications for transfers,
with discretion to act as the case
merits. The board. It is proposed, shall
meet monthly to take up such cases.
A blow at various unofficial and
semi-official meddlers In the depart
ment discipline, is contained in the pro
ject, as it is common fame that not
less than a score of Individuals are
known to be active and influential in
procuring favor or disfavor for police
men. On the list are Councilmen, mem
bers of the Executive Board and pri
vate individuals, who have been instru
mental in single or numerous cases in
altering the decrees of the ostensible
head of the department. Chief Slover
has fought continually against this
practice but has been overruled re
peatedly and has been compelled to sit
quiet while men whom he considered
unsuited were advanced or transferred.
and others in whom he' had confidence
Captain Keller Satisfied.
Captain Keller, around whom the
storm has centered, denied any per
sonal desire, at the meeting yesterday,
and asserted that he preferred his
present berth to any in the depart
ment. His most bitter critics admit
that he is highly efficient there. Kel
ler says that the controversy, so far as
AND CANDIDATES FOR C0TJN-
C. C. Craig.
it Is of his making. Is In the interests
of some of his men who, from lack of
influence, have been allowed to go for
unreasonable periods to the remote
suburbs on the second night relief. His
proposal was that assignment to the
reliefs should be by seniority, so that
all the elderly members of the force
would have the easiest work, the
younger men taking turns on the two
night reliefs. Chief Slover opposed this,
plan because or his tneory tnat police
work should follow specialty lines and
any arbitrary shifting would take men
away from the field of their peculiar
Under the present plan each case will
be taken up on its Individual merits
and men who seek transfer will have
their cases weighed against the- In
terests of the service.
Detective Sergeants Named.
The police committee of the Execu
tive Board yesterday appointed C R.
Hellyer and Thomas Hammersley to
the positions of detective sergeants to
fill vacancies. Policeman Glenn Howell
was promoted to the position of detec
tive sergeant in the place of Joseph!
Klenlen who Is on a six months' leave
PROFESSIONAL NURSE AFTER MAKING
PERSONAL TEST GIVES RECOMMDATION
This Portland Lady Knows What Plant Juice Will Do
and Wishes to Tell Others.
' Among the many Portland ladles who
have given Plant Juice a personal trial
and found it to be all that Is claimed
for it Is Mrs. J. A. Stewart who lives
Mrs. J. A. Stewart.
at 441 Ross Street, -Mrs. Stewart has
lived in Portland for the past eight
years and has many friends who will
be interested in what she has to say,
she is a most efficient professional
nurse and the demands of her profes
sion has been a great tax on her
strength, Mrs. Stewart says:
of absence. The appointment is tem
porary. Ellsworth Adams, policeman, who
was charged with being drunk while
on duty, pleaded guilty to the charge
and was allowed to remain In the serv
ice, after being severely reprimanded.
JOE SJNGER HAS ADVENTURE
Portland Patriot Talks "Chinese,"
but to Wrong Subject.
Joe Singer, bailiff, politician and pa-
, 4AtnAi a iuirtv headed by
Sergeant Harms and Officer Wise, who
i ; Cffaant TToff-Qn. of the
were nwia - , .
Dublin Detective Bureau, through Port
land's Chinatown weanesaay 6-
After various rounaauuuv
through tunnels. trapdoors, heavy
barred doors, secret, doors, whicn
opened at seams in tne wooa oy me
pressure of a steel point in an ob-
.i v-i mavine- jin electric con
nection, climbing stairways between
walls and crawling along muueu v-
th, rnnfci. nassing opium
bunks, gambling rooms and sacred Joss
houses, the most obscured sanctum
sanctorum was reacnea. ims
, M tuii. HiriilAn bv secret
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J J MntalnlTltr RPftllt furhitUre
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and peepholes for venltlation, also an
automatic teiepnone mu .......
some Chinese characters, after which
were some English numerals.
Singer graDoea tne pnune w.m
i. .un. hA wmil fT-4e-ht?n some
remain. uii ' " , j
Chinese, and rang the most prominent
number on the Chinese index. Hearing
some reply. Singer commenced to
mlmlo tne unmese iajisut& w
corder. Much to his surprise he
"What the devil do you want? This
is a taxicab company."
Singer was so surpnsea. wneu us uiu
. .nTnA nntnrlnua PhinesA rarn-
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bling-room that he hung up, unable to
COOLIDGE QUITS PLACE
Hill Electric B.oad'9 General Man
ager Has Xo Future Plans.
C. A. Coolidge, general manager of
thn Oreeon Efec'tric. United Railways
and Spokane & Inland Empire Rail
road, has tendered his cesignation to
J. H. Young, president of the affiliated
Hill lines, and Is expected to leave his
position as soon after April 1 as Mr.
Youne will be able to relieve him. It
is not probable that his position will
be filled. A. J. Davidson, superinten
dent of the Oregon Electric, and Carl
R. Gray, Jr., trainmaster, are expected
to divide his duties.
Mr. Coolidge has been connected
with the local railroads for more than
five years and is a popular official. He
says he has made no plans for the fu
Tunnel Point Spur Planned.
VANCOUVER. Wash' March 27.
(Special.) The Northern Pacific Rail
road Company is to build a spur from
the Yacolt branch to the Tunnel Point
rock crusher, owned by the county. A,
Rawson, County Commissioner, went to
k DRESSY MW VV
M women' . . djt
Will find our shop offering great opportuni
ties for saving money on
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Values up to
We move to our new
SAMPLE SHOE STORE
Next to 5, 10,
"I have been a great sufferer from
nervous debility for a long time have
also had rheumatism In my fingers and
hands, added to this was stomach
trouble that seemed to undermine my
general health until I thought I would
have to give up my work, I suffered
from pains In my stomal and every
thing I ate seemed to disagree with
me. I had no appetite and the little
I did eat seemed to do me no good, a
friend of mine in California told me
about Plant Juice and I concluded t6
try It though to tell the truth I did not
have much faith in it because I had
tried so many things already, I was
pleasantly surprised for the change in
my condition Is really wonderful since
I began taking Plant Juice three weeks
ago, I sleep better, my nervous system
seems stronger, my appetite is very
good and my food digests, in fact I feel
better in every way, I can heartily rec
ommend Plant Juice to all."
It Is not what we say but what Plant
Juice does that makes it so popular, it
always rriakes good and those who
have tested It tell their friends. If you
suffeT from Indigestion, sour stomach,
bloating, if your food does not assimi
late. If your circulation Is poo:v and
you have a numb feeling with more
or less rheumatism, have headaches,
dizzy spells, pains in the back or limbs,
no appetite, sleep badly and wake up
In the mornings tired with dull puffy
eyes, bad taste and no energy, if you
are nervous, feel blue and want to cry
without ariy real reason then Just try a
bottle of Plant Juice it will put you
right in no time, the Plant Juice man
Is at The Owl DTUg Company, Seventh
and Washington Streets, go and get a
bottle from him If It does not help you
he will give your money back.
Tacoma to ask that this spur be built,
and W. C. Albee, superintendent, grant
ed the request. The spur is to be built
at once that it may be used this .Spring
and Summer to transport crushed rock
to county roads along the Northern Pa.
BROOKLYN TO BE IN LINE
Pupils of School Will Take Part In
Rose Festival Parade.
Brooklyn school, on Mllwaukie street,
was the first city school to take action
for the children's parade on Grand ave
nue during the Rose Festival. Out of
the 15 teachers In this building 11 voted
in favor of going into the parade and
all will Join In making Brooklyn's place
Miss Dimlck, the principal, has been
asked to submit a request for the omis
sion of some athletics while prepara
tions are being made for the parade,
and that the parade be held Friday
morning of Rose Festival week.
It Is also the sense of the teachers
that mony for expenses be allotted to
the schools to lift the burden of ex
pense from parents In the way of cos
tumes. Last year It cost from J2 to
J5 for each costume.
Si 1 vert on Resident Dle9.
SIL.VERTON. Or.. March 27. (Spe
cial.) B. !. Foss recently died at his
home here. His funeral . was held to
day at the Lutheran Church. He was
78 years of age and leaves a wife and
three children, Lewis Foss, of Silver
ton, and Samuel Foss and Mrs. John
Petersen, of Portland.
Chehalis Assessment Opposed.
CHEHALIS, Wash., March 27. (Spe
cial.) Chehalis' Commissioners have
made an assessment of $56,000 for the
Murphy sewer, which was constructed
in the eastern and southern part of the
city. April 29 is date of hearing and
the property owners are expected to
E5rri-. vi a
6 Good Complexion?
YOU caa have one if yon take
care of yourself.
Overeating and slug-fish cir
culation clog tha bowels and af
fect the akin. Nature lias pro
vided an Ideal laxative which pu
rifies your blood, cleanses your
intestines and relieves constipa
tion the real cause of pimples,
etc Get a bottle of
HUMYADI janos water
today at any Drug Store,
take glass oa arising or
at any tlm on an empty
stomach, and youll
sea th difference la
your complex- 3
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S5.00 and S6.00.
home about April 10.
For the Drink
A Safe, Sure, Vegetable Treatment,
Which Is Being Successfully Ad
ministered at Fifty-eiglt Neal In
stitutes. The man who requires only one or
two drinks a day to make him com
fortable and enable him to transact
business is just as badly In need of
medical treatment as is the man who
requires 10 or even E0 drinks a day
to obtain the same result. The Neal
Treatment is the most successful drink
habit treatment known, because it ac
complishes satisfactory results without
the use of painful, dangerous hypo
dermic injections removes the crav
ing and necessity for alcoholic stimu
lants, and restores drink-wrecked men
to perfect self-mastery. Fifty-eight
Neal Institutes In the United States,
Canada and Australia are annually
redeeming thousands of drinking men
and women. Men who drink to excess
should go to the Neal Institute, at
once, spend three days taking the Neal
Treatment and return to home and
business on the fourth day normal men
For further Information write, phone
or call the Neal Institute. 340 Collets
Street, Portland, Or. Marshall 2400.
A HAPPY, LJ
CHILD 1U FEW HOURS
If Cross, Irritable, Feverish, Tongue
Coated and Sick, Give Delicious
"Syrup of rigs." i
Tour child Isn't naturally cross, ir
ritable and peevish. Mother! Examine
the tongue; If coated. It means the lit
tle one's stomach Is disordered, liver
Inactive and Its thirty feet of bowels
clogged with foul, decaying waste.
Every mother realizes after giving
delicious "Syrup of Figs" that this is
the Ideal laxative and physio for chil
dren. Nothing else regulates the little
one's tender stomach, liver and bowels
so effectually, besides they dearly love
Its delightful fig taste.
For constipated bowels, sluggish liver,
biliousness, or sour, disordered stom
ach, feverishnesa, diarrhoea, sore
throat, bad breath or to break a cold,
give) one-half to a tcaspoonful of
"Syrup of Figs," end In a few hours all
the clogged-up waste, sour bile, undi
gested food and constipated matter will
gently move on and out of the system
without griping or nausea, and you
will surely have a well, happy and
smiling child again shortly.
With Syrup of Figs you are not drug
ging your children, being composed en
tirely of luscious figs, senna and aroma-tics
it cannot be harmful.
Full directions for children of all
ages and for grown-nps plainly printed
on the package.
Ask your druggist for the full name,
"Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna,"
prepared by the California Fig Syrua
Co. This Is the delicious tasting, genu
ine old reliable. Refuse anything else
cures It or you fret your money.
Whether yon hT Inflammatory, Chroulc Ar.
anri MuMMit&r KheuDiatlDm and Gout,
pi dots Is thee-peclrto that dissolve and KOOTn
4 the deposits Irom joiui"nu muir. -"'
13 - - hinAri mir fler and laz.
atlTe and 6088 contains not one drop ot dan
gerous, aablt-formlns druKi.
"Medical Advice on Rheumatism"
Port? This book, mid to be tb moat concise,
t KL practical, intelligent discussion of th
.i-,t.wf nf H.rnmtiiim ever prepared.
sent to you with rheumatism symptom chart,
directions on diet, etc., external treatment to
all? pain etc, Jfrt. vv nw iw in v "
MATT X JOHNSON CO.
Dept. X, St. Paul,
Wherever You Live
at your leading drug store on
a guarantee to return your
money if it does not satisfy
you or you can be supplied
with this delicious cod liver
and iron body builder and
strength creator for old peo
ple, delicate children and
all weak, run-down persons
on the same terms by
Woodard, Clarke & Co.,
Druggists, Portland, Or.
Look for the Vinol Sign
Dr. Stone's Stomach
Makes a sad
lr. S. C. Stone,
I.'.-.- kale hV nil
C t- 4 rtriiirtrlsi t i.
batiBiaction Guaranteed or Money
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