Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1915)
THE MORNING OREGOXIAN. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1915.
WILSON HOPES TO
VISIT CELILO CANAL
Regret Expressed at Not Being
Able to Attend Celebra
tion of Opening.
GOOD OF WORK IS TOLD
First Boats to Pass .Through Today.
Slore Than Score of Girls to
Represent Various Tribu-
tarics During Ceremonies.
Although President Wilson is unable
to attend the ceremonies in connection
with the opening of The Dalles-Celilo
canal next week, he apparently is fully
appreciative of the importance of the
new waterway and the use to which it
is to be put. -
In a letter received yesterday by
Joseph N. Teal, general chairman of
the celebration committee, the Presi
dent points out the possibilities for de
veloping the rich Columbia basin by
use of the canal, and expresses the
hope that he' soon may be able to in
spect the work in person.
The President said in part:
The completion of the Government work
on this Important rive- Is an event well
worthy of celebration. The Columbia and
Its tributaries ere rich In history and tra
iitlnn and the territory they drain is widely
known for the variety and wealth o its
n.rurnl resources and Droductlveness.
With the growth ana eevetopment of this
country, the waterways are neaunou w
inrrAHiiinir use. The Northwest has been
liberal and progressive in co-operating- with
the National government in tne iniprwvn-
ment of Its rivers and harbors. This co-oper
ation in itself furnishes excellent evidence of
.. the lncerety of purpose and the necessity
' or Improvement, and has much to do with
impressing others as to the Importance of
The steamer Inland Empire, Archie
Riggs, captain, will be the first to
pass through, the trip to be today.
The J. N. Teal, which left Port
land last night with merchandise for
Lewiston and way points, will pass
the Inland Empire in the basin pro
vided for that purpose.
A party of United States engineers
and interested citizens will leave Port
land at 10 o'clock today for Celilo to
witness the operation of the two ves
sels. Among those in the party will
be Colonel J. J.. Morrow, engineer in
charge of the work; F. C. Scubert, as
sistant engineer: Captain W. P. Gray,
admiral of the celebration fleet: Wal
lace R. Struble, general secretary of
the committee; F. B.- Jones, principal
owner of the Inland Empire and J. N.
Teal-; Drake C. O'Reilly, of the Port
of Portland, and others.
It i3 probable that more than 20
young- women will participate in the
ceremony. Miss Mary Dolan has been
chosen to break a bottle of Columbia
River water and Miss June Brock will
break a bottle of Washougal River
Girls to Come to Portland.
Miss Anita Close will represent the
Kalama River, while Miss Sadie Grif
fin, of Umatilla, and Miss Thelma
Thompson, of Pendleton, Jointly will
represent the Umatilla River.
The party of girls will come to Port
land from Big Eddy for the ceremony
here Thursday. May 6. Phil 8. Bates
will have charge of the party. Mrs.
C. C. Colt and Mrs. S. Emery Olmstead
will be chaperones. They will be at
the Portland Hotel while in Portland.
Secretary Struble has advised each
'f the girls to dress in white and to
: wear no decorations other than .the
Katlonal colors. Each will wear a
blue streamer with gold letters in
dicating the river she represents.
Some additional entertainment will
be provided on the morning of May
5 previous to the formal dedication at
Goldendale. J D. Adklns, of that city,
was in Portland yesterday completing
arrangements. Goldendale people have
chartered a steamer to take them
through the canal.
B. T. M'BAIX FLEET ADMIRAL
Commander at Oregon City Fete-
Names Aides for May 6.
OREGON CITS'. Or. April 27. (Spe
cial.) B. T. McBain, mill manager of
the Crown Willamette Paper Company,
has been appointed admiral of the fleet
at the approaching celebration of The
Dalles-Celilo Canal-Oregon City locks
in this city May 6. The announcement
was made today at the weekly
luncheon of the Live Wires by T. W,
fsullivan, president of the Commercial
Club and chairman of the celebration
committee. Mr. McBain has made the
following appointments of Willamette
Valley citizens to act as his aides dur-
Jnjc the celebration here: .
Vice-admirals 13. Kenneth Stanton,
JT. A. Swaffnrd, L. Bursiem Thompson
Joseph N. Teal, John Chambers and
R. J. Young.
Rear-admirals O. - Eby. J. E.
Hedges. T. W. Sullivan, G. B. Dimick,
5eorge C. Brownell, W. A. Dimick
Charles W. Risley, C. Schuebel, Linn E.
Jones, John- Lewthwaite, Sr..s ,W. . L.
Mulvey, Gordon E. Hayes, Gilbert L.
Hedges, W. R. Loft us. Franklin T. Grif
fith. A. J. Lewthwaite, W. P..Hawley,
.A. R. Jacobs, E. E. Brodie, T. A. Pope,
W. E. Pratt Charles H. Caufield. C. D.
Latourette, George A. Harding, H. S.
Anderson, John B. Lewthwaite, J. W.
Draper, F. W. Hild, Governor Ernest
Lister of Washington, United States
fcienator Brady of Idaho, Governor
Alexander of Idaho, United States Sen
ptor Thomas J. Walsh of Montana,
Representative Humphrey of Washing
ton, O. B. Coldwll, Wallace R. Struble,
Governor James Withycombe of Ore
jron. State Treasurer Thomas B. Kay,
t-'ecretary of State Ben W. Olcott, Mayor
'. Tilbury of McMinnville, W, P. Macy,
J I. O White, W. M. Hamilton. J. U.
Campbell, Frank Busch, W. A. Hunt
ley, Charles H. Dye, E. R. Brown, T.
Osmund, C G. Huntley, H. -E. Cross and
l:. O. Letter.
Captains Alex Gordon, O, M. He gel ale
and W. E. Inm'an. . .
The steamers Ruth and Lang, of Ore
pon City, have been obtained tarough
the courtesy of the Willamette Navi
gation Company, to take distinguished
visitors and prominent residents of Ore
iron City to Portland early in the after
noon of May 6 to participate In the cel
ebration at Portland.
ALB AX V CONSIDERS SPONSOR
JIlss Beulah Ilinkley May Be Dele
gate to "Wedding of Waters."
ALBANY, Or., April 27. (Special.)
Albany will be represented at the
"Wedding of the Waters" at the cele
bration of the opening of the Celilo
Canal bv Miss Beulah Hinkley, if ar
rangements inaugurated by the Albany
Commercial Club last night are con
summated. The club recommended to
the City Council that Miss Hinkley
represent this city and take with her
h bottle of water from the Calapooia
River, which empties into the Willam
ette at this city.
E. D. Cusick. of thla city. Senator
for Linn and Lane counties, is a mem
ber of the committee ol the state sen-
ate which will attend the celebration,
and the Commercial Club last night
appointed F. M. Redfield to act with
Senator Cuaick to represent the club
at Bis Eddy and other points in the
celebration of the opening- of the canal.
Idaho Cadets May Attend Fete.
UNIVERSITY OP IDAHO, Moscow.
April 27. (Special.) Plans are under
consideration for the university cadets
to participate in the Celilo Canal cele
bration to be held at Lewiston May 8.
Representatives of the committee hav
ing charge of the celebration recently
conferred with President Brannon and
Lieutenant H. C. Fooks. commandant
of cadets, and It is reported the cadets
Governor Lister Coming.
OLYMPIA, Wash.. April 26. (Spe
cial.) Governor Lister has decided to
accompany the river fleet on the en
tire trip of celebration down the Snake
and Columbia rivers from Lewiston at
least to Portland, and today named as
delegates on the trip . to represent
Washington. Samuel Hill, of Maryhill;
Captain W. P.- Gray. Pasco; Professor
W. X. Lyman. Walla Walla: Dr. Paul
W. Johnson, Clarkston, and J. A. Man-
BROTHER ACCUSES SISTER
Deed Alleged to Have Been Got From
Aged Parent by. Undue Means.
ALBANT, Or, April 27. (Special.)
Alleging that his sister, Ada L.
YOUNG WOMEN WHO WILL TAKE
Long, used undue influence on her
aged father, Samuel G. Collins, to in
duce him to deed her some land, John
R. Collins, of Independence, as guard
ian of his father's estate, has instituted
proceedings in the State Circuit Court
here to set the deed aside. The deed
which has been attacked conveyed to
Mrs. Long a one-half interest in 197.12
acres of land in 'this county.
Mr. Collins alleges that his father
was adjudged incompetent to transact
his own affaira by an order of the
County Court of Linn County and he
had been' appointed guardian. He says
that while his father was residing at
his home at Independence, his sister
came there and induced her father to
leave and to live with her. While he
was so living with her in the State of
Washington he made the deed in ques
tion on December 10 last. Air. Collins
is 93 years old.
TEACHERS HAVE SESSION
Masters of Clackamas County Hear
Discussion of School Topics.
CLACKAMAS. Or., April 27. (Spe
cial.) The regular session of the
Clackamas Schoolmasters' Club was
held at the Clackamas schoolhouse on
Saturday. A picked club of the school
masters went down to defeat in the
morning in a game of baseball with
the Clackamas Bchool by a score of 22
to 7. A banquet was served by the
school at 1 o'clock. The business ses
sion followed. A discussion was led by
Supervisor Vedder on the topic. "In
dustrial Follow-up Work," and an ad
dress on "Standard Schools" by Assist
ant State Superintendent Wells made
this session one of the best of the year.
The next session will be held at Molal
la May 22.
BIGGER APPLE PRICE SEEN
Mr. - Paulha inns Predicts Kesult of
, Rally of Northwest Growers.
SPOKANE. April 27. (Special.) By
rallying to the support of the board of
control of the JSorthwest urowera
League, the applegrowers of the Pa
cific Northwest should receive cents
a box more for their fruit this season
than during the last two years, de
clared "W. H. Paulhamus, chairman of
the executive committee of the grow
ers' board, today.
Mr. Paulhamus came here to meet
tomorrow in a Northwest grading con
gress, the board of control of the grow
ers,, conferring with the shippers and
the state department of agriculture.
"At the present we have not secured
85 per cent of the tonnage of the
Northwest in our league, but before
we are through with the organization
work we hope to have 80 per cent," de
clared Mr. Paulhamus.
BALLS AND BATS LACKING
Boys at Eraater Home Could Use Old
. Baseball Material.
. Good baseball material is going to
waste at the Frazer Detention Home
because the boys have no . balls and
bats. Chief Probation Officer Mcintosh,
of the Juvenile Court, declares that at
least 25 boys are raveling old, stock
ings to make balls and levying on
nearby umierbrusn lor bats. Gloves,
they have none, and some of the
smaller boys complain when the big
fellows "burn em In.
All this, coming from Mr. Mcintosh
himself, was leading up to the request
for donations. The Frazer Home will
be glad to get all the old baseball ma
terial anybody has to spare. Mr. Mc
Intosh. in the Courthouse, will take
care -of it and see that it gets to the
German Ship Captured in , Pacific.
MELBOURNE, via London, April 27.
It is officially announced that a Brit
lsh warship has captured the German
trading steamer Elfriede. which is' be
lieved to have been the last German
ship free lu the Pacific .
0 NODE DIRECTORS
OF CHAMBER NAMED
Civic Bureau Elects John B.
Yeon, Guy W. Talbot and
12 OF 30 NOW CHOSEN
lie tail Dealers Select E. D. Timnis,
W. F. Woodward and J. C. Eng
lish; Many Candidates Ap
pear for Offices.
Election of the directors for the Civic
5 Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce
and the Retail Merchants' Bureau last
night was completed in a. short time,
and the bureaus adjourned to meet
PART IN "WEDDING OF THE WATERS" AT CELILO CANAL OPENING.
again at the general assembly Friday
night, when the membership council
will organize and elect its three rep
resentatives to the board of directors.
John B. Yeon was chosen for the
three-year term in the Civic Bureau,
Guy W. Talbot for the two-year term
and Dean Vincent for the one-year
term. This bureau is probably the
largest in membership in the entire
The Retail Merchants' Bureau elected
its past president, E. D. Timms, for the
three-year term on the board of direc
tors, W. F. Woodward for the two-year
term and J. C. English for the one-year
- Sixteen Are Candidates.
C. C Colt, temporary president of the
Chamber, opened both meetings last
night and presided until temporary
chairmen could be selected. . Dean Vin
cent was chairman over tho Civic Bu
reau and M. Mosessohn was secretary,
while Mr. Timms presiaed over the Re-
ail Merchants and W. B. Shiveley acted
as secretary. ' Tellers in the Civic Bu
reau election were G. F. Brice. N. F.
Atchison and Dr. J. E. Else, and for
the Retail Merchants R. D. Carpenter,
F. G. Buffum and Louis Rosenblatt.
Nominees in both elections were many,
there being at least 16 competing for
the election in the Civic Bureau be
sides the three who were finally chosen.
Both meetings were well attended, as
were the first two meetings of the
week, which were held by the Traffic
and Transportation and the Trade and
and Commerce Bureaus Monday night.
Six Other Elected.
The directors named by the Traffic
and Transportation Bureau are L. Allen
Lewis, H. W. Mitchell and C. B. Wood
ruff The Trade and Commerce Bu
reau elected C. C. Colt, O. M. Clark and
The Bureau of Industries and Man
ufactures will meet tonight at 8 o'clock
in the dining room of the club and at
DIRECTORS ELECTED THl'S
FAR. BY BUREAUS OF THE
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
By Civic Bureau.
John B. Yeon, for three-year
term; Guy W. Talbot, for two
year term, and Dean Vincent, for
By Retail Merchants' Bureau.
' E. D. Timms. for three-year
term; W. F. Woodward, for two
year term, and J. C. English, for
Directors Previously Elected
Traffic and transportation bu
reau, L. Allen Lewis, II. W. Mitch
ell and C. B. Woodruff; trade
and commerce bureau, C. C. Colt,.
O. M. Clark and Nathan Strauss.
Meetings Scheduled for Tonight.
Industries and manufactories,
in dining-room of Commercial
Club at 8 o'clock.
Publicity and conventions bu
reau, in green room at 8 o'clock.
the same time the Publicity and Con
ventions Bureau will meet in the Green
Room, for the election of the three
directors to which each of these bu
reaus is entitled.
Each of the nine bureaus will be rep
resented by three men on the board of
directors and the general membership
council will elect the remaining three to
complete the list of 30 directors.
AID OF ROT AR LANS ENLISTED
Chamber Employment Bureau to Aid
Idle in Getting Cleanup Work.
The Rotary Club yesterday official
ly pledged its support to the clean-up
and paint-up movement which has been
started under the auspices of the civic
bureau of the Chamber of Commerce.
N. G. Pike, who originally was a mem
bef of the committee from the Cham
ber, brought up the matter at the meet
lng yesterday at the Benson Hotel.
The Ad Club will be visited by
speaker from the committee today and
every other civic and commercial body
in the city will be asked at its first
regular meeting to participate in the
The proclamation of ' clean-up and
paint-up week for May 4-11 was orig
inally due to the activities of the Fed
eration of Women's Clubs, and for this
reason it is expected that the women's
organizations will assist vigorously.
A man out of work applied to George
D. Lee. of the Lee Advertising Agency,
who is chairman of the committee,
yesterday asking If there was work
that he could secure in the movement.
Mr. Lee pointed out to him that, while
the committee could not employ him.
the movement it was working on ought
to furnish some kind of employment if
he would solicit among the household
ers in the residence districts.
Shortly after the man called up and
told Mr. Lee that he had secured clean
up contracts in one neighborhood to
keep him busy for more than a week.
As the clean-up movement progresses
the municipal employment agency is
going to endeavor to arrange some way
of putting the unemployed men in
touch with the property owners who
are planning to assist in the movement
by cleaning up their property.
Probably the largest step that has
been taken by any single organization
is that of the First-Street Business
Men's Club. Through its efforts every
building between Madison and Stark
street is to be painted white within
the next 30 days to make the street
truly worthy of the nickname, "The
Great White Way."
Following is a list of the firms and
property owners who in response to
the action of the club have signified
js y &?'3c.tt
their intention of painting their build
Portland Railway, Light & Power Com
pany; Jadd Estate (two buildings). Mead
Estate (two buildings), C. E. Smith Estate
(two buildings). Corbett Estate". Washing
ton Public Market. Yamhill Sanitarv Mar
ket. J. H. Blackburn. Frederick V. Holman,
Leo Friede. William Gadsby (three build
ings), Ukase Investment Company, Charles
Muckle, Charles Kegele, Parker & Jordon,
Ernest Miller, Loren E. Blake, Abraham
Harris, I. L.. White. Charles Kudeen, J.
Henry, Parrlsh-Watklns Company, agents;
W Wakefield. Fries Company, agents.. five
buildings); Oonald Woodward." agent ;. Frank
Davton. J. J. Kadderly, J. Solomon, A. A.
Kadderly. George Scbultr Estate, A. Bosen
stein and Henry R. White.
BALTIMORE SEEKS SHIP LINE
Letter to Chamber Indicates Interest
In Steamer Service to Portland.
J. II. Lothrop, manager of the trans
portation committee of the Chamber of
Commerce, has received. a letter wSich
indicates that Baltimore business rrfen
are interested in establishing a steam
ship service between their city and
Portland. The letter is from Herbert
Sheridan, traffic manager for the Balti
more Chamber, and asks that Port
land business men be informed of the
plan of Baltimore and interested in
giving patronage in experimental sail
ings that are contemplated.
The Portland Chamber is making
preparations to co-operate in the fullest
possible manner In the proposed move
ment and'Mr; Lothrop has written the
Baltimore Chamber that it can rely
upon the. staunch support of the Port
MADE-1N-0REG0N DAY SET
Progressive Business Men's Clubs to
Have Programme Tomorrow.
"Made-in-Oregon" day is 'tomorrow
with the Progressive Business Men's
Club, when F. G. Young, professor of
economics and sociology at the Univer
sity of. Oregon, and secretary of -the
Oregon Conservation Commission, will
speak on "The Significance of 'Made in
' William J. Sheehy, special represent
ative of the Oregon Life Insurance
Company, will be chairman of the day.
A piano solo will be given by F. C.
Three of Aberdeen Faculty Resign.
ABERDEEN, Wash., April 27. (Spe
cial.) Three beads of departments In
the Aberdeen High School tendered
their resignations last week, one to
take a year's rest and the other two
to accept other positions. Those re
signing are Miss Ruth Fogle, head of
the English and German departments;
Miss Lottie Jellum. domestic science
instructor, and T. W. Bibb, head of the
science department. Miss Fogle has
been in the Aberdeen schools for the
past eight years.
Ruins tne Hair
Girls if you want plenty of thick,
beautiful, glossy, silky hair, do by ail
means get rid of dandruff, for it will
starve your hair and ruin it if you
It doesn't do much good to try to
brush or wash it out The only sure
way to get rid of dandruff is dissolve
it. then you destroy it entirely. To do
this, get about four ounces of ordinary
liquid arvon; apply it at night when re
tiring; use enough to moisten the scalp
and rub it in gently with the finger
By morning most if not all of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or
four more applications will completely
dissolve and entirely destroy every sin
gle sign and trace of it.
You will -find, too, .hat all itchins
and digging of the scalp will stop,, and
your hair will look and feel a hundred
times better. You can get liquid arvon
at any drugstore. It is inexpensive
and four ounces is all you will need,
no matter how much dandruff you
have. This simple remedy never falls.
, wj6"x Jtr w
Ifl rfnfs X ni U 1. U,J S J
. JW . mw t-l . t r0 . J.IPS. I
a double f Handled the Bread YoutLatf Tp f
i Bf Jf Nobody's if you eat -cr-)
BOLD BURGLAR CAUGHT
ROBBER WHO ENTERED HOMES IN
Diamond Ring; Recovered and Camera
and Money Taken From Baby'a Bank
Are Found In His Possession,
Confessing to the. burglary of four
Portland homes, Fred B. Andersoif was
arrested by Motorcycle Patrolman
Bales yesterday afternoon, within an
hour after being frightened away from
the home of Mrs. Alan Todd, of 1203
East Oak street, which he tried to
enter through a front window in broad
daylight. Anderson was turned over to
the detective bureau, and, through his
confessions, one diamond ring valued
at $150 has been recovered, and the
recovery of all other property that he
had taken is expected.
The police were notified by Mrs. C. H.
Olson, of 384 East Fifty-fifth street
North, last week that she had seen a
man entering the home of W. J. Vin
cent at 383 East Fifty-fifth street
North. Motorcycle Patrolman Bales
investigated the robbery and secured a
good description, of the man. The same
man was described by Mrs. Todd yes
terday and a confession was secured
by the patrolman after he had arrested
Anderson on description.
Mrs. Todd and her daughter were
sitting inside their home on East Oak
street yesterday afternoon when Ander
son, came to the door and rang the belL
r 'X and delivered to your kitchen Jf Iffi? Wi'A j
practically untouched by human ff Ih MjfMk
hands. That's why so many peo- fa J j 'mrllrJ
pie are eating HOLSUM because f .yj'.11 lll't""
HSLSUMis VJii M L
Made Clean-Sold Clean Delivered Clean I 1
In Dust-Proof, Germ-Proof Waxed Wrapper lot jj 4-'i3&
forCCnU i I h N WSSIAU CopyrUht'L
sa. Log Cabin Baking Company
; . S
I " 1 1
' ' I
I ; - J ' I
- - i
A - - r 4
I , d. - " - 1
! vjfc . 1
Mr. aVid Mrs. Mowrey's preference for this superb in
strument is indicative of the esteem in which it is held
by the majority of the greatest living musicians, such as
Rachmaninoff, Gabrilowitch, Harold Bauer, Emil Pauer,
Karl Muck, Felix Weingartner, Victor Herbert, Max
Zach, Emil Oberhoffer, Tina Lerner, George Chadwick,
Willy Hess, Clara Butt, Edmond Clement, Campanini,
Kriesler, Kubelik, Melba and others.
Music lovers are invited to inspect the latest models
of this great piano in our warerooms. Confidential pay
ments may be arranged. Other makes accepted in ex
Grands $900 to $1800, Uprights $600 to $775
General Western Representatives
Player Pianos, Music
1 Morrison Street at Broadway.
OTHJBK STORKS San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento. San Jtmc.
Fieno, l,os Ancelea, San Dleice aud Other Const Cities.
Thinking he was an agent, they did
not answer his ring and were sur
prised to see him break the glass in
the 'front window and unlatch the
window catch, preparatory to entering
the house. Mrs. Todd screamed and
the man fled.
A camera and some money from a
baby's bank that he admitted taking
from the home of Mrs. R. W. Evans at
107 East Forty-fifth street North, were
in Anderson's possession when he was
arrested. City Detectives Leonard and
Hill secured a confession from Ander
son to the burglary of the home of
Mrs. C. L. Hogan at 629 East Fifteenth
street North, and recovered one of two
diamond rings taken from there.
COUNTY TO PAY ROAD LOAN
Commissioners Order 1 0 Who Ad
vanced Money to Be Reimbursed.
Ten Portland men who lent $30,000
to the Multnomah County road fund
last year that work on the Columbia
River Highway need not stop before
the season was ended will be reim
bursed immediately. An order to this
effect was ratified by the County Com
The loan to the county was made by
the Corbett estate, the Failing estate,
S. Benson, Julius L. Meier. W. M. Ladd.
H. L. Pittock, J. C. Ainsworth, T. B.
Wilcox, C. S. Jacksoii and J. B. Yeon.
Each contributed $5000. No interest
was charged and the county was saved
$1500 on interest alone. Mr. Yeon, in
his report to the Commissioners, said
the county was probably saved $10,000
by being able to complete the work
PIANIST A ssisted by
April 29, 8:15 o'Clock
Rolls, Victrolas and Records.
last Fall, so the road could settla
before heavy traffic began, in ths
Penalty Rate Allowed for Phones.
SALEM. Or.. April 27. (Special.)
The ttate Railroad Commission in an
order issued today permits the Oregon
Washington Telephone Company to in.
crease its rates about 25 cents a month
in Hood River and Hood River Valley
The increase in in the nature f a
penalty which is deducted from bill?
that are paid promptly.
Commencement Speaker Dr. Rcl)cJ
ALBANY, Or., April 27 (Special.)
Dr. George Rebec, of the faculty of
University of Oregon, will deliver t
commencement addrens to the grndusj
ing class of the Albany Hign Scht
this year. He will Hpeak on "Educl
tion and the Hlcher Life Values."
Sage Tea and Sulphur Turns Gray
Faded Hair Dark and
Almost everyone knows that Sat
Tea and Sulphur, properly compounds
brings back the natural color ar.
lustre to the hair when faded, streakt
or gray: also ends dandruff, itchlr.
calp and stops falling hair. Yea
ago the only way to get this mixtu:
was to make it at home, which
mussy and troublesome. !
Nowadays we simply ask at ai
drug store for "Weyth's Hag a ai
Sulphur Compound." You will get
large bottle for about 60 cents. Ever:
body uses this old, 'famous recipe, b'
cause no one can possibly tell that yc
darkened your hair, as it does it ,
naturally and evenly. You dampen
sponge or soft brush with it and dra'
this through your hair, taking on
small strand at a tlnie; by morning th
gray hair disappears, and after an
other application or two. your hat
becomes beautifully dark, thick , an
glossy and you look yean younge
Dr. PAUL C YATES
TK.N V KAUS OIT HU.Mts I UHN.
l Have Cut Prices
l will mt ou du -cuk on every
dollar on u uaal (umiu work made
by human hands and without pain.
My otter is tor you to go to any
dental office anof gel prices, than
com to mn and 1 will show you
how to m dollar and 1 make
dollar on your dpntal work.
My Price Will Surely Suit Yon
My Work Will Surely Please You
ALL Uitlv Ul AtUM kliO.
, l'AIM.t I
tlca ifc;.vrinT, I
o. Opposite 1'oal I
Paul C Yates
t'lftn aud Morriiwi
Siaffvrcr S-vred SsatriM Exp w
OS (Sizty-EfffhtT-Eieht) mrtw Vhm
the water of Hot Snnr.pi, It limi
natei the cause of Fhet:nutnnv Tnf
why w Gu&raNtf OBB. 63St tnui't
rlies your tUir-im' im trd rrn ben
efit ru of ehror;i akin erup) o-,
hiilousnrAB cr 1 ndi g ewti Oft. If AOSft
fails to do r, your monfy will L re
funded by your own druggist.
Take OSS Torilin to flirefnn; It
fa absolutely harmiaM. (xoUuu 10
I? . Writ for vainabla Fr
Kbeurnatitm. THu how
to oetert, rerltrva and
O.rome Artirular ana
Murcuiax HauB attain.
Matt. J. Johnaoa Ca.
epi. A Cl.ra;U minn. .
vrmr m n