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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TIIURSDAT, AUGUST 7, 1913.
Trixie Friganza Adopts An
swer of Ad Club Members
as Regular Feature.
WILL LIPMAN IS CHAIRMAN
Members of Big- Company Make
Much Pleasure for Business Men
and Voice Many Happy Re
marks About Present Stand.
Portland has put a new line in "The
Passing: Show of 1912."
Trixie Friganza, twinkle-twinkle-lit-tle-star
of the production, will advance
toward the footlights and in her baby
Sandow voice will ask, "Do you
"Absolutely!" will boom from the
audience, just as it dia ai the Port
land Ad Club luncheon at the Portland
Hotel yesterday, when someone asked,
concerning Trixie, "Do you like her?"
"That goes In the show after this,"
she said, laughing her rippling little
"If they don't seem to be 'getting'
it 111 just step out in front and ask
'em, 'Do you like it?' just like that.
"And then, Sammy Lehman, you are
supposed to have it fixed so that they
will all shout 'Absolutely!' just like
Mr. Lehman Is musical director of
"The Passing how" and this is a
sample of the things that are handed
to him to 3o, in passing, as he does
Miss Friganza "spoke a piece" about
& little girl, which Is what her friends
insist she Is.
Manager Admits Show Is Good.
Then she "spoke Another piece," and
somebody asked if everybody liked it,
and everybody did, "absolutely!"
Manager Gil man Haskell admitted
that he had the greatest show on
earth, and said a few pleasant things
about Portland and Portland audiences
for good measure,
Mrs. Haskell made the same admis
sion with scarcely any perceptible hes
itancy. Charles J. Ross told of the last time
he was in Portland with a show. It
was in 1889, and the show paraded
with the band twice a day.
Mr. Ross said a great many funny
things with no apparent effort. What
they were no one can tell, because the
waves of laughter that greeted each
one erased the memory of the one be
fore, and the last thing he said was
so funny that it exploded in sheer joy.
Willie and Eugene Howard Mr.
Ross Insinuated that their real name is
Linkowitz sang the song which made
their first "hit." It is about a "Broad
way swell and a Bowery bum," and is
full of heart throbs and loosened purse
strings, and other things like those.
Harvey Marries to Luncheon.
With Mr. Lehman at the piano be
also "made music" right on the spot,
for the Howard's duet Miss Friganza,
Eugene Howard and the Howards sang
some grand opera, after the manner of
the Metropolitan quartet. They had a
lot of fun doing it, and everybody
agreed that it was "great."
Clarence Harvey made a large num
ber of pleasant remarks in a short
time, and resumed his luncheon with
applause surging over him.
Edward Cutler was as felicitous as a
Summer resort ad in what he said, and
Moon and. Morris, "Imported English
men," agreed that they were having a
"vurry, vurry" good time, indeed.
Frederick Roland denied being an
Englishman, but confessed he was a
Canadian. He recited a poem entitled
Jrln. Everybody did.
Miss Winona Wllklns, who Intro
d ued herself as "the worst actress in
the best show on earth," said that she
not only liked Portland, its people and
its Ad Club, but that she "loved 'era
President Moore Starts Drill.
And that was about all. except that
Willie Howard recited "The Kid's Last
Fight," a dramatic poem of the Bow
cry, where as a boy, "Willie studied
"expression" and "tone-color" and
other artistic frills without knowing
what he was doing.
President Moore opened the meeting,
and he couldn't have done a better job
Will Li jj man was chairman of the
day. and as such covered himself with
compliments, in which everybody con
curred. W. L Taylor, of Indianapolis, general
counsel for the General Electric Com
pany, furnished a more conventional
Ad Club luncheon feature by saying a
few spiced and honied things about
Sugar-Grow Ing Concern in Straits.
HARTFORD, Conn.. Aug. 6.- A re
ceiver for the Central San Cristobal, a
Porto Rico sugar-growing concern in
corporated in Connecticut, was asked
for today In the United States Court
by Welch & Company of New York and
San Francisco, who are creditors to the
extent of $927,000. They set up that
the defendant concern owes consider
ably over $1,000,000, and that its vast
properties at Port of Nagaubo, Porto
Itico. will oe dissipated unless a receiv
er is appointed.
Vancouver Editor Absorbs
Four Weekly Papers
I'.dward Cnrran Acquires Independ
ent and Camas Sun One Plant In
Snipped to Itaymond, w'aiib.
VANCOUVER. Wash., Aug. 6. (Spe
cial.) Edward Curran. editor and
proprietor of the Clark County s?un, has
absorbed four weekly papers. In a
deal, which was closed yesterday, Mr.
Curran acquired the Vancouver Inde
pendent, which was the Independent
and Vancouver Chronicle combined.
The plant was shipped to Raymond,
Wash., to publish the Pacific County
Mr. Curran was publishing the
Washougal Sun in "Washougal. and
there he absorbed the Camas Citizen.
l.ater he moved to Vancouver and
changed the name o his publication to
the Clark County Sun, and bought the
The Vancouver Independent was pub
lished here for 3S consecutive years,
beins at one time the strongest weekly
paper In Southwestern Washington. It
was for many years edited by Lloyd
DuBois, now president of the Wash
ington Exchange Bank. He sold the
plant to Glen Ksnrk, now receiver In
the land office, who was at that time
editor of the Vancouver Chronicle. In
a short time the hyphenated name was
dropped and the Independent survived.
be in Ireland, as in so many parts of
the empire, an Irish local Parliament,
with a responsible executive to carry
out its decrees, and then, for my part,
I will gladly discuss with him every
single provision of the bill, with an
earnest and sincere desire to accom
modate every detail of the measure to
the needs and desires of those men
whom he represents.- That is nay in
tention ; that is. If you like my chal
lenge to him.
"Sir E. Carson reminds us that he
and his friends are disinterested. 1
nave never Imputed motives to him or
to any of his friends, but when he
makes that claim I am entitled to say
that he has for many year3 enjoyed
high office, both in the government of
Ireland and in this country, but we
have never held office. The end, thank
God, is in sight, but the end Is not
yet attained. If this were a Scotch
home-rule bill and the Catholics of
SEARCH IS MADK FOR ELEC
TRICIAN. 's- - w--;As-v,Si
M. S. CI ii pp.
H. fe. Clapp, an electrician liv
ing with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Clapp, at 6915 Forty
sixth avenue Southeast, has been
missing since lat Friday morn
ing, when he started from his
home for the E. L. Knight elec
trical works on the East Side,
where he was employed.
Clapp left home about 7 o'clock
In the morning, as usual, taking
his lunch with him. Charles Os
born, a neighbor, reports seeing
him transfer at Hawthorne ave
nue and Grand avenue, but that is
d Grand avenue, but that is J
st seen of him. Clapp is I
rs old, 5 feet 4 inches and I
: about 135 pounds. When
he disappeared he wore a blue
suit and light hat. He is smooth
shaven and has gray eyes. He has
the appearance of being about?
five years younger than he
Scotland said, 'No, if you attempt to
pass it we will offer armed resistance,'
what would happen? Rightly, you
wouW laugh at the threat, and I ask
you to laugh at the threat of Sir Ed
Speaking later at Leeds, Mr. Red
mond declared that the appeal of Sir
Edward Carson to the country to dash
the cup of comfort .and hope from the
lips of Ireland now offered to her had
F. W. ORR TO BE FREED
PORTLAND petitioners have
EFFECT OX GOVERNOR.
Escaped Prisoner Engaged in Busi
ness Here for Two Years Before
Detection and Return.
WALLA WALLA, Wash., Aug. 6.
(Special.) Frank W. Orr, No. 6150 at
the penitentiary, will be released from
the institution this week, petitions of
a large number of Portland people
having had their effect with the Board
of Pardons and Governor Lister. The
pardon has been signed.
Orr was brought here from Portland
In April, 1910, after he had been ar
rested as an escaped convict. At the
time he was a member of the firm of
Knight & Orr, contractors.
Orr was arrested In Tacoma on the
charge of robbing a furniture store.
an officer finding him inside the build
ing. November , 1908, while being
brought to the penitentiary from Ta
coma, he escaped at Pasco, walked to
North Yakima, and then went to Port
land, where he worked three years be
fore a Tacoma man saw him and told
the officers he was an escaped con
Vict. It was then learned that he' had
served a sentence in the prison here
for burglary in Seattle In 1904.
Club Members to Greet Garrison..
WALLA WALLA. Wash., Aug. 6.
(Special.) A number of downtown
merchants put up flags today in hon
or of . the visit of Secretary of War
Garrison, who is due tomorrow. No
general decoration has been done. The
Commercial Club has sent notices to
all members to be on hand at the train
tomorrow morning to greet the vis
Traveling Man Is Arrested.
WALLA WALLA. Wash., Aug. 6.
(Special.) H. B. Cross, a traveling
salesman for Brown & Bigelow, St.
Paul, was arrested at the postoffice
when he went to call for his mail this
morning, on information from 11. W
Dunn. Chief of Police at Omaha, who
telegraphed the local police he held
a warrant charging wife desertion.
Cross is in the detention ward awaiting
the arrival of an iiastern officer.
In order to determine th structural qual
ity of glass it is necessary to corrode tb
suvraca wttn nviironuonu cw ana laus re
veal the Interior to inspection.
One to ArriTO.
Kama. From. Data.
Roae-Cltr. .... .San Fcdro. . In port
Breakwater. .. .Coos Bay. .... In port
6ua H. Elmore. Tillamook. ... Aug. 10
Roanoke San Elego. . . . Au. It
Stiver Loi Anse;cl.. Aug. 10
Alliance Eureka Aug. 14
Bear. ......... .os Angeles. . Aug. 15
Yucatan Sau mego. . . . Aug. 17
Harvard. . . .
Yosemite . . .
Bl eak water
. . .S.l to L.A. Aug.
. ,.I.os Angelea. -Aug.
. . .Coos Bit. .... Aug.
. . Man F-anrisco Aug.
. . to LA . . . Aug.
. . .Los Angelea. . Aug.
Sua H. Elmore. Tillamook. ... Aug.
Kanoke iaD Iiego... Aug.
Beaver I.os Angeles. Aug.
Alllanca Coos Bay Aug.
Bear.......... Loi Angeles. . Aug.
Yucatan San Diego. ... Aug.
European and Oriental Sarrtea,
Name. From. Data
C. F. Laelsa. ...Hamburg.... .In port
Crn of C'atla... Antwerp. ..... Aug. II
Brisravla Hamburg. ... .Aug. 27
Veetalla ..London 5ept. 3
TJckermark. .. . Hamburc.... Oct. 1
Name. For. Data
C. F. i-aeisa. ...Hamburg. .. . Aug. 8
Brlsgavla. . .. ..Hainbarg. .. . .&epc. 1
Vestalla. ...... London. ...... Sepc a
Vckermark. ... Hamburg. ... Oct.
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DOCK AGAIN IS TOPIC
Commission to Consider Plan
for Starting Work.
BOND ISSUE IS REQUIRED
Awarding ot Contract " for Public
AVharf on Bid or $210,000 Is
Delayed Pending Receipt of
Proper Papers From South.
Including: a session July 17, eight
meetings of the Commission of Public
Docks have been called to expedite
the work of starting the first free wat
er front structure to be provided for
the accommodation of deepwater ship
ping, and the ninth session will be
held today, at which it is hoped defi
nitely to award a contract, take steps
for an additional bond Issue and con
sider other details.
The awarding of a contract for the
dock to the Lewis A. Hicks Company,
which firm bid 210,000, was delayed
pending the receipt of legal documents
from San Francisco attesting to the
fact that W. P. Goodnough, represent
ing the company here, had authority
to make the bid. A telegram was re
ceived yesterday stating that the board
of directors of the corporation had
met and granted formal authority to
comply with the demand of the Com
mission of Public Docks. A certified
copy of resolutions passed were for
warded by mall.
The Lewis A. Hicks Company bid on
the construction of the first unit of
the dock, which will extend 663 feet
from the south boundary of the site at
the foot of Fifteenth street, and as
soon as title is obtained to the Mar
tin dock property the public wharf
will be extended so as to cover 1075
feet of river frontage. The same cor
poration has a contract for a pier and
motorboat landing at the foot of Stark
street. Some piling has been driven
there and more will be placed as soon
as the river drops sufficiently.
An ordinance has been drafted pav
ing -the way for an issue of bonds In
the sum of $1,000,000. This ordinance
probably will be passed today and a
legal opinion ob'.ained on the bond Is
sue so that the sale may proceed
RIVER HONOR COMRADE
Funeral of Henry Pape Will Take
Place This Afternoon.
Flags on Ash-street and Alnsworth
docks, as well as river steamers, flut
tered at half mast yesterday in honor
of the memory of Henry Pape, a pio
neer steamboat man, whose funeral
is to be held at 2:30 o'clock this af
ternoon from Holman's undertaking
parlors. Interment will be at Lone
Fir Cemetery. Mr. Pape died Tuesday
Pallbearers were selected from
among Mr. Pape's closest friends and
include Captain E. S. Edwards, United
States Inspector of Hulls; M. Talbot,
manager of the Port of Portland; L. B.
Seeley, formerly connected with the
White Collar line: Captain J. W. Shav
er, head of the Shaver Transportation
Company; Captain Thomas H. Crang,
representing the Union Oil Company,
and Curtis Sutherland, assistant to the
general manager of the O.-W. R. & N.
Mr. Pape was head of the engineer de
partment of the San Francisco & Port
land line and assistant superintendent
of the O.-W. R. & N. water lines.
AlGOA SAILS FOR PORTXiAXTJ
Fleet of CO Steamers Listed to Load
Here for Offshore Ports.
On receipt of information yes
terday that the big British carrier
Algoa, of the Pacific Mall fleet, had
sailed from San Francisco for Port
land to load lumber, speculation was
revived as to whether she would be
loaded so as to lower the record held
by the British steamer Knight of the
Garter, which was cleared from Port
land with 6.000,000 feet. The Algoa
loaded the largest flour cargo sent
from Portland and Bhe should carry
away the lumber record as well.
There are a large numoer ot steam
ers listed for Portland other than lin
ers, among those named on the boards
at the Merchants' Exchange being the
British steamer Baron Napier, from
Otaru; Norwegian steamer Christian
bors. from Victoria; British Bteamer
Harflete, from Valparaiso; British
steamer Lord Lonsdale, from Antwerp;
British steamer Anglo-Callfornian, from
Mollendo; British steamer Hartington,
from Honolulu; British steamer Itoth
ley, from San Francisco; British
steamer Silverblrch, from Honolulu;
British steamer Earl of Elgin, from
Iquique; British steamer Harlow, from
San Francisco: British steamer Bellor-
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IN THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN
Do you like peaches 7 Then you'll just love
Maria Thompson Daviess' latest heroine, Molly
Carter. There has not been a more subtle or
fascinating or a jollier heroine than Molly, and
the reader sees Harpeth "Valley at its best.
"Witty and gladsome and very human.
ado, from Mejillones; British steamer
Bellucia, from Caleta. Buena; Britisn
steamer Celtic King, from Seattle;
British steamer E-cclesia, from Acapul
co; British steamer Aymerlc, from
Guaymas; Norwegian steamer Bangor,
from San Francisco; Norwegian steam
er Terrier, from Alaska; Britisn
steamer Cape Finisterre, from Hono
lulu; Norwegian steamer Thor, from
Guaymas, and the British steamer
Strathdene, from Valparaiso.
XOTTIXGHAM'S OWXER SCED
Firemen's Fund Wants Return of
In connection with the presence here
of the schooner Wm. Nottingham,
which Is loading lumber for Antofo
gasta, attention has been drawn to an
action begun by the PMremen's Fund
Insurance Company against the GlODe
Navigation Company, owning the ve
sel, for $8032. ' The complaint was
filed In ' the Federal Court at Seattle
and it deals with freight money al
leged to have been advanced by W. R.
Grace & Co. previous to the vessel get
ting; into trouble off the Columbia, in
the TFall of 1911, when bound from here
Captain A. M. Svendson, master or
the schooner, promised to repay Grace
& Co. 1650, so It is averred, which was
advanced with the understanding that
It would be repaid when the ship
reached her destination. Soon after
putting to sea she was damaged in a
storm and as she was waterlogged, her
crew abandoned her. She was pinked
up and towed inside by the tug Wai
lula. She was there libeled for salvage
by the Port of Portland and was towed
to the St. Johns drydock to discharge
and be lifted for survey and it Is con
tended that the voyage terminated
when she was docked, so collection ot
the money advanced Is sought. W.
R. Grace & Co. assigned the claim tu
the Insurance Interests.
CASTING BROKEX OX DREDGE
Columbia Loses About One Day on
Cut at Henter's.
Through the breaking of a casting,
the dredge Columbia, working at Hunt
er's, was shut down part of Tuesday
and yesterday, but as hurry orders had
been sent for a new casting little time
was lost in getting it in place.
It is estimated that the dredge Port
land will complete the cut at Reeder's
In about 10 days, and she will be sent
to Hunter's to assist the Columbia, as
It Is the desire of the Port of Portland
to have the Columbia returned to Sand
Island, so as to complete the channel
to Fort Canby in advance of unfavor
able weather In the Fall. In the cam
paign mapped out for the coming sea
son's operations the Port of Portland
will do considerable channel work, and
the three dredges can be used to ad
vantage. Tho Frederick Will Carry Lumber.
FLORENCE. Aug. 6. (Special. The
Frederick, belonging to Porter Bros.,
was brought Into the Sluslaw yesterday
by the tug Roscoe. It Is to bo used by
the owners for shipping lumber from
their mill here. It Is the largest barge
use it regularly because
"There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts
on the Pacific Coast without motive
power of its own. It Is 166 feet long
and 'will carry 900,000 feet of lumber
and when loaded draws nine feet of
The Frederick Is named for the eld
est sen of Johnson Porter, who is at
Florence at present. It was built at
the Kruse & Banks shipyard at Nortn
Bond, where two more barges are to be
built soon for the same firm.
Clerks of the Portland Postoffice
with relatives and friends will embark
on a moonlight excursion this evening
aboard the steamer Joseph Kellogg.
The . vessel will leave Washington
street dock at 8:30 o'clock and an or
chestra will be on hand for dancing.
Clothing belonging to L. Lau, of Salt
Lake, who jumped from the steamer
Bear Tuesday morning and was
drowned, was received by the Coroner
yesterday. On the return of the Bear
from California United States Inspec
tors Edwards and Fuller will conduct
an Investigation, as is required by law
in all such cases.
At a rate of 41s 6d, the British bark
Blrkdale has been chartered by Hind,
Rolph Sz. Co. to load wheat here in No
vember. She is on the way to Chili
from Europe and will proceed north in
ballast. The British steamer Cralghall.
en route from Cuba for Vancouver, B.
C, with a sugar cargo, is reported fixed
to load wheat here for Japan.
Though preparations were made to
sail the steamer Yosemite for Califor
nia ports Saturday, she gained a day
while here, through fast work, and will
get away tomorrow. The steamer San
Ramon has been listed to sail Satur
day. Calrtaln L. P. Hosford, of the West
ern Transportation Company, has re
turned from a visit to Alaska.
To load additional flour for the Ori
ent, the Hamburg-American liner C.
Ferd Laeisz will shift today rrom tne
plant of the Portland Flouring Mills
Company to the Crown mill.
Bound for Levuka, Fiji Islands, the
schooner Nokomls left down yesterday
with a lumber cargo measuring 641,261
feet and valued at $14,380. The British
steamer Manchester Citizen finished
working- 3.500,000 feet of lumber at In-man-Poulsen's
last evening and will
shift through the bridges today to the
bunkers to take on a small amount of
coal, after which she proceeds to Comox
to bunker for the voyage to Calcutta.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, Aug. 6. Arrived Steamers
Stanley Dollar, San Ramon and Willapa,
frum Fan Francisco; steamer Breakwater,
from Coos Bay. Sailed Schooner Nokomls,
for Levuka, F. L; steamer Yucatan, for
San Diego and way ports; steamer Alliance,
for Coos Bay and Eureka: steamers Mult
nomah, Tamalpais. Yellowstone and Ncfca-
iai Bo rt TTrnnHRro
Raymond. Wash.. Aug. F. (Special.)
Arrived Steamer Grays Harbor and steam
schooner Claremont from San Francisco to
day. San Francisco, Aug. 6. Arrived Steam
ers Nome City, Everett S. Buckmaa and Ne
braska, from Salina Cruz. Sailed Steamer
Rochelle, for Astoria; Col. E. L. Drake and
barge No. 05, for Seattle; Paraiso, for Port-
lai!ota, Aug. 3. Arrived Steamer Lord
Derby, from Portland, for United Kingdom.
Kobe, Aug. R. Arrived Steamer Fall of
Orchy. from Portland. Or., for London.
Yokohama. Aug. . Arrived previously
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"I make It a rule to always recom
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place of coffee, when giving my pa
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"As for myself, when engaged In
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on sale daily until
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260 Alder St., Portland.
Phone MAIN 1274.
I WEINHARD'S COLUMBIA
Adds Zest ' h
I to tie Outing Jljll
Wrli Hh Luncheon if i Hf
Steamers Mongolia., from San Francisco, for
ionkonff. Tamoa Aiaru, irom xacoma ana
Astoria, Aug. 6. Arrived at 7 and lft
at 7:30 A. M., steamer Willapa, from San
Francisco. Arrived at 7:15 and left up. at 3
A. M., sieamer Breakwater, from Coos Hiy.
Sailed at lO A. M., steamer Sue H. fiimorc,
San Kranctsco. Aug1. 6. Sailed at 1 A. M,
stfraimrs Rochelle and Shoshone, for Por;
n nd : at 7 A. M., British steamer Al?o.i,
for Pe t '.land, via Kureka. Sailed at 3 P. M.,
steamer Paraiso, for Portland.
Monttrey. Auk. ti. Sailed Steamer w. .
Ilerrifi. for Portland.
Sydne y Aug. 15. Arrived Schooner H.
K. Hn.ll, from Columbia River.
Iotii. Aug. 3. Arrived British steamer
L.ord DcrLy. fi om Portland, for TenenlTc-
Stsatt'e. Aug. &. Arrived at 9 i. 2ri-
steamer Modoc, from Portland.
Ean Pedro, Aug. 5. Arrived Steamer
Oiinpie, from Columbia River.
Pan Francisco, Aug. 5. Sailed at 7 P. 3d.,
steamer Win. Chatham, for Portland.
. Astoria. Aug. 5. Arrived at 6:30 and left
up -t 7:30 P. M-, steamer Pan Ramon, from
San I'rancisco. Arrived at 7 and left up at
7 :43 J-. M., steamer Stanley Dollar, f rem
Columbia River Bar Report.
. Condition at the mouth of the river at 3
p. M . clear; wind, northwest, 26 miles; saa,
Tides at Astoria Thursday.
4-10 A. M 7.6 feet'10:3 A. M 0.0 foM
4:"u V. M -&.7 feet'll:33 P- M....1.0 fojt
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Carmody. 118 N. Elliott Ave., Brooklyn,
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
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to be taKen on journeju
for the protection it af
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remarkable results in
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by stimulating the
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sealed bottle only. Price $1.00 sv la r a bot
tle. Get the genuine and be sure the tieal
over the rork is unbroken. If you can't
Erocnre It let n know and we will tell von
ow. Write for free doctor' advice and
book of recipes for table and rick room. The
IHiffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester. N. Y.
STERN WHEEL STEAMER FOR SALE
Stern wheel itpamer, length 153 ft. 7 in.,
beam 2 ft., depth S ft.. 886 tons gross. J43
tons net, compound engines, 750 h. p., speed
about 16 miles: accommodation for 300 pas
sengers. In first -class condition. Apply for
further particulars to Mitchell & Lonaeth,
shipbuilders. King St. Dock, Seattle.
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Mrs. Stewart Tells How She
Suffered from 16to45 years
old- How Finally Cured. J
Euphemia, Ohio. "Because of total
ignorance of how to care for myself
when verging into womanhood, and from
taking cold when going to school, I suf
fered from a displacement, and each
month I had severe pains and nausea
which always meant a lay-off from work
for two to four days from the time I
was 16 years old.
"I went to Kansas to live with my sis
ter and while there a doctor told me of
the Pinkham remedies but I did not use
them then as my fth in patent medi
cines was limited. After my sister died
I came home to Ohio to live and that
has been my home for the last 18 years.
"TheChange of Life came when I was
47 years old and about this time I saw
my physical condition plainly described
in one of your advertisements. Then I
began using Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound and I cannot tell yoa
or any one the relief it gave me in the
first three months. It put me right
where I need not lay off every month
and during the last 18 years I have not
paid out two dollars to a doctor.and have
been blest with excellent health for a wo
worrian of my age and I can thank Lydia
E. Pinkham'sVegetable Compound for it.
"Since the Change of Life is over I
have been a maternity nurse and being
wholly self-supporting I cannot over
estimate the value of good health. I
have now earned a comfortable little
home just by sewing and nursing since
I was 62 years old. Inave recommended
the Compound to many with good re
sults, as it is excellent to take before
and after childbirth." Miss Evelyn
Adelia Stewart, Euphemia, Ohio.
If you want special advice write to
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn,3iass. Yonr letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and held in strict confidence.
MAKES PERSONAL TEST
This Portland Lady Knows What
Plant Juice Will Bo and Tells
Others About It.
Mrs. J. A. Stewart, who resides at 441
Rosa street, in this city, and who is a.
most proficient professional nurse,
"I have been- a great sufferer with
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 work. I suffered with
pains in my stomach, and everything- 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 Plan
Juice, and I concluded to try It, al
though, to tell the truth, I had very
little faith in it because I had tried so
many things without any benefit. I
was pleasantly surprised, because the
change in mv condition has been truly
wonderful, i sleep better, my nervous
system seems stronger, my appetite is
good, and my food seems to digest, in
fact I feel better in every way. I can
heartily recommend Plant Juice to all."
Those who suffer from indigestion
and other stomach troubles, rheuma
tism, poor circulation, weak kidneys,
pains in the back and joints, head
aches, dizzv spells, sleep badly and
wake up tired with puffy eyes, bad
taste and no energy should try Plant
Juice. For sale by The Owl Drug Company.