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THE MORNIXO ORI-GOXIAX, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 191C.
TAHOfA FREE FROM
ICE, REACHES CITY
Escape Frcm Big Jam at Cape
' Hern, in Columbia, Attend
ed by Much Peril.
DRIFTP.G FLOE HITS ROCK
Moment of Dansrr Oprn Wif Oat
for I m prisoned Craft: Captain
o4 fmr Veri;"Tlall Taa
mrufrt" Rrtaloa slrtl.
T rt s'aaraar Tahoma. L.-a-bud
11 laa roi'imtn K:r at Cpa liar
from Jtauirr t to I tbna.ry t;. la eaf
It her brtn . tba Oafc-sfraat a
p'ltmlsc la at t P l Uat nleSt. Th
R'Tir ia lit;!. i.:nss4 by bar l'e
at ) tha l-.. but mi a-araj KtWiu
.a. waa la fra ci r a", r.
JafuMar nisht sae w na!lrc
BaJs-.a.ly 4wntr4m la I. e.atsrw
'vraX a.-raa of t". and lamad) areata.:
saves timaa. Tha bit ! flo. finall
e'-raea a ro.H at Corbatt and kroh
nta larva setlor.a. Wavta- aa epanloa;
lr faortt of lb. T a b o m a.
Casta: a N !. orderad fj'.t ilitn
aaa.l a-t pjll4 away from lb lc
i4 Ul I a-l up I-r lb altbt a
Ta Tarna eomirc down tba rlva
mi Jantaary a. rn Into a bic flald o
I. -a abofi Oi? Horn. Tba paaan
a-.r want sabera past al.v. w.riaiotf
er IS. !. nt to. Iba rtrt ttanii
trala to I'ortinii. iiao thai lima Iba
Taboma ba ba a (:utt ta Iba lea
la t.i C.)ijrr.fc.
Tsa tmr i;nrt. p-rtoa u iot
t ti IS. Tb-mna Thur.y. and
a.le rbipxr-t awj Cbo I. ualtl aba
broa. br li-britr. an4 rlurn4 to
I'nrti-vn4 f r rapaira. Jtho went up
ia Fri;v ami bvn breaking tba
!. and i"turHv niai'At. balna- abort of
.. ar.aam.-4 C ( 4Jnu for fal.
lw Hrvako la Hntma.
T b: T field surrounding Iba
Taboma feaaan to move out lata Sat
artjav t;vrnin, anl t'o a a rotary
trillion. maAlnj' a revolution a arttla
un'.ii aeea ha-i bcri rti4ir. Tba bi
r'x tiaar iVrbatt m a !rui k at
.Pta( Nron rli.f not bar murb
f iL h mrrt to Kihrr. li4 o f-r
th nt.it. and ytr! Iwk oa
nnucb ol to t4m to l'rtiand. ha
r.irtl ! ntrArn about 1:3 I. M.
Wttl Jijti'l'rJ. TortUnd af'ot for lha
Tiboma: ". IUrn.in. S.
n-irrtnnlrt of lb mbHn of lha
'lumbtJi Kiirr !ntrt-tt lirtUae. and
;orda ;ruri rbrtrr-a a taunt-Ea and
I'M Vin. ouT.r at t J P. U In J-it
an b"r th'ir mt tha Tshom. atopprd
U-r ad rlimbril aboar4
In VaB--ouvrr a bull, tha rtrnprrtr of
J-ph W " JoMrlt-k. wraa put ahor
from th TaAoni. and vtva a atall la
a !lvrr barn. Tb:a wu tha Rrvt ttma
IK bull taaa off Iba atcamar for all
wnki. and wbn Ml plctura u bclnc
lik-a ba rharr4 tba ramara man. Mr.
!- VoIdri-k aaid that lha animal bad
int bavttr tn wvlrhl. but w mad to
ba in ?ratt- fair roodition.
Rrkaaa ta Wabroaao,
faplaln N:on an4 rrw wara happT
f b froa from tha la and on lblr
war t tb-lr him, nona blnc 'n
bi fmit ana tha boat hvramn fal
In tba i.-Captain Nrlaon la In prrtty
fa r hral'.h. altbou(!a ba did auffar a
r:i'i f boila and a fainful falon
n ona of hi flncara.
Tba mmbr f tba rrw who hara
ban witb tba boat all tba tlma ara
K. Ktrn. rhiaf ananr: Jebn Kaatb
arston. ataward: Tnm harhrd. firat
mata, and J. t. Wtltfar, aarond mat.
Tbar paaitrl t vat anoub to aat
tjnn t5- r tr In tha Ira.
I ll tb Hirton not kn aanl to tha
ra tt of tba Taboma. aha mlxbt ba
baaa IBara yrt. and a murb craitar
Bit woa!4 ba bn farad. a an Ira
Jxm a abort d:atnca from tba Tahorr.a
a-arLr raa-ha4 31 to 4 faat blrh.
a; moat all tba war Ta tha Colum
bia. Tll an cawl tr l-o Jama
brin; t r tha uppar rtar and bln(
tarowo aarainat t Jm at Cap Kora
l( B TO ARK1. I.
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a Lmnni kciiooxucs takex
VwfU Will Load at North PaciHc
Port for .(rmll.
TlaPd chHnr. t h HonMpu. 10 son
a fi'l Crrno. fcav b-n rbrtrS to
l ti tumfrrr on the NvH. rclflc Cot
nrror itrif to tnformtio(. rrtv4 from
yi r-ncljrrx Ail lhr of th
tr anvait. rtncnc around 40 and
T llonipu and Iuiof irt to tak
I'imNr to Sjrdnvr. ancft tti Camaao to
.niT port In .tUaVtralta aot nm4. Th
r at hl h thm lumber U to N load
rl wu art nnoijnrtJ.
;un to Continue- Iay light lino.
Ti O-W. 11. A N atamr llarraat
in will rrnt:ru n Kr tfayltsht
... to Atort ht tft c la io
i', r'ii In thm CotumbiA Rir. accort
hi to annottnr-mr-t n;ada lA.t hIkM
b CAptJkin l-'ia-i. Tha Harvest ju-n
wi t arr:v from Aatorl tonljcht aad
ul I'ATa out aatn Tuandaf Diornitif.
w from Orrjron Tort.
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f 4-"r.n f,vi.f: f fttMnfri f-en P"ft
tint Ant ,aif.ri, in tvam; Kr BALaMj
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f r A:-fAtia; r. A. Ki.bra. fr iur.
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v" ml ruift ot ma frni-tAo.
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Op "O m.. A( of t'olnt Con-firl.n.
tarrtn. Kort 1 o a for iaJnawti. mllaa
AO r B a f P ort O'jA 1 4V.
irjr. fort .And for Saa Fraaciaco !M
mi north of Ma rrAatdv-o.
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ja t - north r pa H'-nro.
Aitaa. KKhnooi for Ketchikan, off Co
lr- Kirhmood for Vaacovrar, 310 v-ilaa
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Ta a lAd.
l'r)uA,rA. Na Ca'a for S rranciara.
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m f f-T ma Fni-i-o, l'bruArv I J.
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?4vAiA I.notu'A for Krn lavco. 1
bi 1 f-oia ma TAnctrrt, rbruarv 12.
Hi. on -o tor Hon" u.u. VisJ milaa
fr -n 'a t K'. a i ar y. r I .
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inl aoatH f AP BUneA
Mi:., li.auni tor ortAod, 113 ml lea aorth
Aurti Rl-hmaed f-r PArOand. flva
n.'ai nrf,a f J'S' ArnA.
Ki tarn. Ma rrnc.r for Euraka, aifat
at. A-rh f Pl'-t Afar a.
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m t a aa-uia of aao Mrdxmx
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til an!-- rtffin cf Ma KraTi-o
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tri P rt1 of PtiU Arara
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RIVER STEAMER TAHOMA AND
rU;Ji j ' . 1
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Klrt Mte C Kvrau Cfclrf Kaler J. r. AH4rrt erid Male
Norwegian Steamer VVascana
Is Loading Grain Here.
WAR ZONE SAFELY PASSED
Ship I'oltowlnr I Torjx-dorsl Xrar
Entraoce to 6aei Canal; Mon
kcjr Is IVput Sailor Aboard
and Itowntw Kcflralnt.
With four (anna of about SO men,
work of loading lb Norwegian ateamer
Waarana vn brsrun yeatardajr at tba
Gioba mill, several thousand bushels
of whaat bains; put aboard. After tak
ing on a part carta at the mllla the
liamrr will ba ahlfted to the Alblna
dock to finish. She I" expected to com.
pleta her canto by Wednesday.
Tha Waacana la under charter to
Balfour. Guthrie aV Co, and wilt be
dispatched from here to England.
Officers of tha Waacana report a
stormy pa-aaag. from Vladivostok,
which was tha steamer's last port of
call before her arrival here.
Previous to her coram here tha
Wasrana took railway supplies from
lha Atlantic Coast to Vladivostok, mnk
Ins; tha trip by way of the fun Canal.
first .Male Peterson said yesterday
that when tha steamer made the trip
through tha Canal about three months
iio sand box "a wrre put up Inside the
pilot bouse around tha pilot to fruard
against any stray bullets which might
be fired by roving; bands of Turks. He
said that most of tha vessels going
tbrough tba Canal took similar pre
cautions. A vessel was sunk by a submarine
near tha entranc. to lha canal about
two days after the Wasrana passed that
spot, according to Mr. Peterson,
When laying at Port 8a id Mr. Peter
son picked up a small monkey, which
has baen with the steamer since. Jack,
as tha monkey Is called, has the run
of tba vessel when it Is sailing and his
master saya that ha Is tba bast sailor
on the steamer, climbing to the top
of the masts and rigging In all kinds
While the stamrr Is lylne In port,
however, the monkey Is chained up.
Ibis t&akti him pocvlik and he takes
MEMBERS OF CREW.
tf -XaP. T., 1 i i,
-fnotos ty uoraon Stuart
The null, the air reBKcr. 4
a special delight In biting visitors.
The Wascana la commanded by Cap
tain Boratau. She is a vessel of 2612
tons and will take out a cargo valued
at probably f2u0.000.
Among the vessels, which are due
In lha river for loading grain. Is the
Holt Mill. She Is now en route here
from Melbourne, where she left Decem
ber X. fiha will load here for M. 1L
Tha Hrltlh Admiralty steamer Grey.
stoke Castle, which completed a part
cargo of ties and heavy timber at the
Inman Poulsen mill. Is still lying at the
dock there, owing to the danger of
ahlfting her during the present high
water. 'As soon as It Is considered safe
he will ba taken down stream to the
North Pacific mill for the completion
of her cargo.
DRIFT CLEARED FROM BRIDGES
Streetcar Traffic Suspended, aa
Draws Have to Be Opened.
Large quantitlea of driftwood, which
bad caught on tha piers and dolphin
at the Hawthorne bridge, causing con
siderable hindrance to navigation, was
cleared away last night by tha steam
ers Cascade and Shaver. The work
occupied some little time, the draw of
tha bridge being opened and the street
car and other traffic delayed during
The Cascade also cleared away two
logs -which bad caught on the draw
protection of the iiurnslde bridge.
The work probably will enable the
Rrltish Admiralty steamer Greyatoke
Castle, now at the Inman Poulsen mill,
to be shifted to the North Pacific mill
TWO CRAFT REPORTED SOLD
Bark John Ena and Steamer Stanley
Dollar Are Named.
Reports comlnjr from 5an Francisco
are that the bark John Ena has been
sold to the rtolph Coal & Navigation
Company. The report, howeva. could
not be confirmed. The John Ena Is a
familiar figure in Portland harbor, hav
ing made several trips out of this port
The American steamer Robert Dollar
la reported to hara been sold to Japa
nese Interests. Stanley Dollar la said
to have admitted that negotiations had
been pending, but declined to confirm i
the report that the sale had been made.
Tides at Astoria Maaday.
A. M. ..7.n ll.i: A. M 4 1 feet
ll:fiT P. M.. 3 feet 4 ..:: P. M 0.5 toot
Columbia Hirer Bar Report.
NORTH HF.Al) Fub. J3. rendition of tot
bar at i P. M.: Sta. ubacured; wind, aouth.
aJil, Zv ml.es, .
BILLS ARE FILED
Washington League Demon
strates Convictions Con
trary to Committees.
LARGE CITIES BACK MOVE
I State llsh Code, Election Procedure
and Public Utility Regulation
Are Among Matters Cov
ered by Initiative.
OLTMPIA, Wash, Feb. 13. (SpeclaX)
All through the last leglalative saa-
slon. House aim Senate committees la
bored Jointly under the leadership of
Representative E. A. Sims. Houae
leader, and salmon fiaherman on a big
ecale. to frame a fish coda mat wouja
prevent any further agitation on that
point for tears to come.
Committees on elections, on Indus
trial insurance and on public utilities
labored likewise, but the Joint legisla
tive committee of the Direct Legisla
tion League, State Federation of Labor,
tha Grange, and the Farmers' Union,
have demonstrated contrary convictions
by filing a serlea of initiative duis
with L M. Howell. Secretary of State,
that promise no little variety for the
The proposed Iisn coae i uoi.
largely to Puget bound so far as re
strictive measures are concerned, al
though It contemplates an annual 50
license on all Columbia River craft
,..h in tha ntirrhaaa of salmon catchea.
On Puget Sound It aeeka to abolish fish
traps and pound nets, or prtuiai.
any kind of net except a straight set
net over 500 feet In length.
Tax Chance Proposed.
Tha Initiative code would also re
move the license tax from fishing gear
nd place It upon the lnaiviauai
The new election Initiative bill pro
poses some irills tha last one devoted
its energies to losing sight of, finally
submitting its own programme, in
cluding a modified party contention
system in conjunction with the direct
primary, to a relerenoum una
Along with the latter goes the latest
initiative designed to wipe out parties
..unit- in atutn elections ana mana
It possible for a Congressional candi
date to appear on as many partisan
tickets as afford him a foothold.
Tlits plan includes a primary to be
held on the first Tuesday in May, at
which Presidential Electors will be
..1 ,,n,lAi nladrA IO SUPI'Ulb "'
rhnii-a for President, and
al.n all olatform planks or proposl
tions adopted by the primary Prfess.
At any rate, the canamai
grouned under headings tnai w.w m-
..nruhlv dm enate wneiner nicjr
pledged or unpledged.
Entries Are Simplified.
rgmn.ion entrv conditions under
th. r.,nnH law are simplified con
siderably. For Congressional election.
a party may Da cornuuu -cent
of the vote in the preceding elec
nartv mav be constructed i a i-c.
tion, or. failing in the matter ot Bu
flcient strength on its state ticket, of
the same proportion ot me
on representatives in congress.
Ry the preferential aysmiii i " "
submitted the Congressional primar,
and election is actually ma,f,non-p":
ti... t tha eandidate is able to get
,h ticket under several
111. uaiuo -
no-tv headines or rainer uii""."j
h is thereby enabled
. 1 . V. . trhAl field.
io - . h. hut
The corrupt practice p."
applies a fine or from i
and liability to dissolution or uB...B
barred from the state to any
i i...Hii. mnnev irt
-..i.. ..mnaim n!papr adver
tising is restricted exclusively to what
1. paid for and so
The final Dill 01 tne
gramme takes the power l
public utility rates from the State 1 no
lle Service Commission and places It In
the hands of the municipality, whether
city or county. ...
Tha bill Is a proouct .
rule for cities" movement, prevamu, u
the large cities of the state.
TRAINING SCHOOL IS READY
New Btilldlns; at Monmouin v
. a. a - 1 1 a
rnvini!TH fir.. Feb. 13. (Special.)
The" new training school building at
the State Normal will do occupied
niorrow and will relieve the cramped
condition. The new building iuriu..c
every modern facility for the training
of teachers and teaching of pupils. It
has an assembly room wun bubo
fixtures so moving pictures can be
ahown, a recitation room iur
grade, rlayrooms. a lunchroom and
quarters for manual training and do
The domestic science oepartmcnv. m
occupy rooms In tne new uumu...s. ..
Ill also the department m an.
old building which was occupies uy
the domestic science aepariment win
Forest Grove Hears Opera.
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, Forest Grove.
Or, Feb. 13. (Special.) une ot tne
most interesting numbers of the lyceum
course was given by the Metropolitan
quartet Saturday night. The ensemble
was beautiful, the voices blending per
fectly. The dramatic work from the
first act of "Faust" by Messrs. Neth
and Lane was especially worthy. Mr.
Lane displayed great dramatic talent In
musical reading. The accompanist,
Mrs. Lane, was equally appreciated.
Trophy Offered for Best Map.
EL-GENE. Or.. Feb. 13. (Special.)
Under the Joint auspices of the Uni
versity of Oregon and the Presbyte
rian board of home missions a 10-inch
.liver eun will be given to the Lane
County school making the best educa
tional map ot Its scnooi aistrici. tne
merit of the msps will be determined
hv a. committee to be appointed by
County Superintendent of Schools E. J.
Charles Vernon Found Dead.
SALEM. Or.. Feb. 13. (Special.)
Charles Vernon. 55. an orchard pruner
by occupation, was found dead today
tn a hophouse, a mile south of East
Independence. Vernon's body was
found lving on a pile of hop sacks and
death apparently had taken place a
month ago. Heart disease is believed
to have been the cause of death. Ver
non was unmarried.
Monmouth Library Opens Soon.
MONMOUTH. Or.. Feb. 13. (Special.)
-Tha Public Library will be opened In
few days. The books have arrived
and will be Installed in one of the
rooma at the High School building,
vacant Vtv tha rpmftl-Bl nf th.
training school to the new state build-ins.
for all will result from
paying your bills prompt
ly. Pay them with Lum
bermens National checks.
They will save you time,
and, besides, the cancelled
check will be a positive
Pay your bills by check;
, it is the dignified way.
Your account invited.
Fifth and Stark
Capital and Surplus, $1,200,000
PARTY SPIRIT RISES
Jackson County Republicans
Organize for Campaign,
LINCOLN DAY DINNER HELD
Governor Withycombe, Wlio Is Pres
ent, Is Paid High Tribute and
Coloncly R. C. Washburn Pays
RespecW to the Democrats.
MEDFORD. Or.. Feb. 13. (Special.)
Formation of a permanent Republi
can organization in Jackson County, to
be known as the Lincoln Club, the pur
pose of which is announced to be put
ting Jackson County In the first rank
of Republican districts in the state,
wna thn concrete result of the second
annual Lincoln day banquet last night.
At the close of the meeting C. M.
Thomas, of Talent, who presided as
toastmaster. announced to Governor
Withycombe amid great enthusiasm
that although -Jackson County gave the
Governor smallest vote per capita of
any county in the state at the last
election he promised that when the
Governor ran again they would give
him one of the largest, and ne con
cluded by proposing a toast to Governor
Withycombe, tha present and the next
novernor of this state. At tins tne
crowd arose to Its feet and cheered for
Next to the Governor's address the
neeeh that created the greatest en
thuslasm was delivered by Colonel R.
f Washburn, of Table Rock. Colonel
Washburn said the only reason he had
been able in Democratic times to get a
dollar to pay for his banquet ticKet
watf on tha strength of the facl that
the Democratic party had but one more
year to rule.
Colonel Washburn said the Demo
cratic party had shown that It was no
more fit to run the country than a coy
ote was fit to run an automobile. He
said the Democratic, party had never
been able to impose upon the people
mor than four years at a time, but he
declared never until the present time
had it constituted Itself a wrecking
machine which deliberately tore down
every promise It naa maae ana neiu
up as its leader a man wno cnanseu
his mind every time there was a new
moon, "But w ooarow iisuu is to u
their candidate for President In 1916,"
said Mr. Washburn. "How do I know
It? Because the Democratic piatiorm
says he won't be."
SIX OUT FOB SHERIFF
GRANT COUNTY CONTESTS 1- u
Abl OFFICES TO BE LIVELY.
Vacancy Created by Candidacy of Dis
trict Attorney for Federal Flare
CANYON CITY. Or.. Feb. 13. (Spe
cial.) The office of Sheriff for Grant
County seems to be the most attractive
plum to be picked at tha coming pri
mary election. Judging by the number
of candidates who have announced for
the office. Six are In the race so lar.
W. W. Howell. Deputy Sheriff. Is
seeking the Democratic nomination.
The remaining five candidates are'all
Republicans. They are: J. D. Combs,
John Day. Fred S. Blinn. Prairie City:
John W. Ambrose and J. W. Tracy,
Canyon City, and M. V. Adams, of
Two local attorneys. J. M. Blank and
A. D. Leedy, have announced their can
didacy for the office or District At
torney. They are both Republicans.-V.
G. Cozad, incumbent, has been recom
mended for Receiver of the Land Of-
tajF".js t'fJ a -mi nana nana in hi '.. .n.aan..imBini.,liiijjii.ai """"'f
lx1JliiJ, inaaEaaai fn i aTiiaariiaiaar ' laalaaiaiifiii is aiiti n aail iir 1- " ' -- .......-f-
I For a Clue to
fice at Burns. He Is an ardent Demo
crat. Loring V. Stewart, Republican, Joint
Senator for Malheur, Grant and Harvey
counties, has filed his declaration for
re-election. Ha is a prominent stock
man of Dayville, this county, and has
6erved two terms. J. A. Hurley, an at
torney, of Vile, a Democrat, and Cap
tain A. AV. Gowan, Republican, an at
torney of Burns and an ex-Scnator from
this district, have announced their
candidacy for Joint Senator.
The following officers' terms will ex
pire this year, and it is expected they
will seek re-election: H. W. Powell,
County Clerk; Ala O. Moiser. County
Treasurer; Vernon L. Glaze, Surveyor;
George D. Brierly, Assessor: W. W.
Austen, School Superintendent: Sid
'Jreen, Commissioner, and Dr. Leo. W.
O. W. Birge. Republican, is out for
the office of County Commissioner.
PMF PHW WOW SET
IDAHO REPUBLICANS TO MEET
TWIN FALLS APItIL SO.
Representation at Convention la Cut
lit Half by State Committee and
Harmony Idea Is Strong.
BQISE. Idaho, Feb. 1,1. (Special.)
Tho Republican stato convention to
elect delegates to the National con
vention at Chicago June 7 will bo held
at Twin Falls April 20. The repre
sentation at that convention will con
sist of delegates from each of the C7
counties in the state on a basis of two
delegates for each member the county
has in tho Legislature.
This was the decision reached by the
Republican State Central committee at
a conference which closed last night.
The representation given to counties
In the last stato convention was five
to each representative. There will be
202 delegates, while four years ago
there were nearly 400. It was left op
tional with county committees as to
how the delegates may be selected.
Republican leaders, 264 strong, to
night held the biggest Lincoln banquet
In the history of the party, which de
veloped into a love feast for party
A Fins Aid For
Ws are all greatly indebted to those
Vbo tell their experiences. And among
the many things which
we read about and
are of Immediate im
portance to the expeca
tant mother, Is a splen
did external remedy
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of the stomach. It Is
deeply penetrating in
Its Influence. Motheis
everywhere tell of Its
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fitretrhin nf enrrla.
llgaments and muscles. They tell of restful
comfort, of calm, peaceful nights, an ab
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riod of expectancy, relief from morninc
sickness, no more of that apprehension with
which so many young women's minds be
come burdened. It is a splendid help. Get
a bottle of "Mother's Friend" from your
nearest druggist. Ask your husband to get
It for you. Then write to Bradfleld Reg
ulator Co. 408 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga..
for a very handsome and instructive book.
It Is filled with sucarestive ideas of great
help to all women interested in the subject
of maternity. - And best of all are some let.
ters from mothers that are real inspirations.
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