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THE SUNDAY OEEGONIAN, PORTLAND, FEBRUABT 26, 1905.,
ALL FOR OREGON
Development League Is
Hard at Work.
FIFTY-ONE LOCAL BOARDS
They Work for WelfaYe of the
WILL HOLD APRIL MEETING
'Every Information Which an Intend
ing Settler Could Desire Will Be
Supplied Him by This
ne Oregon Development League, -which
now embraces 51 local organizations, is
easily the most complete and comprehen- ;
Eive body 0f its kind in the United States.
Its second annual convention, to be held !
In Portland Tuesday and "Wednesday.
April 4 and 5, will not only be o local
interest to the people of this Htate, but its
proceedings will be eagerly watched by
immigration and commercial organizations
throughout the United States, Canada and
The passenger and immigration offi
cials of the different railroads have been
especially complimentary relative to the
work of the Oregon Development League,
and the organization has had the co
operation and aspistance of all the rail
road officials associated either directly
or Indirectly with Oregon lines and those
It is the purpose of the league at its
next convention to decide upon a plan
which will lnsuro representation of the
league on the grounds of the Lewis
and Clark Exposition from the opening to
the closing day.
Purposes of League.
E. L. Smith, of Hood River, president
of the league, is also president of the
State Board of Horticulture, and ho feels
that the representation of the league at
the Fair should be so complete that vis
itors may get exact data upon any subject
desired, and further than this, that all
strangers who have even a remote Idea
of locating in Oregon may meet individ
uals who can furnish them reliable In
formation upon any and all questions.
There Is not a section of Oregon which
is not now represented in the league, and
many of the organizations arc doing mag
nlflcont work towards the development of
the state and their immediate localities.
Industries arc being located. Immigration
is being Increased, and advancement is
being made along all lines. The follow
ing are the general officers of the league
President, E. L. Smith, Hood River;
secretary and treasurer. Tom Richardson.
Portland; vice-presidents, F. J. Blakeley,
Ro-seburg: A. Bennett, Irrigon; F. W.
Waters, Salem; J. H. Aitkin, Huntington;
3. Q. A. Bowlby, Astoriu.
The organizations holding membership
Albany Albany Commercial Club, E. C.
Arlington Arlington Commercial Club,
S. A. Thomas, secretary.
Ashland Ashland Board of Trade, C. H.
Astoria Astoria Chambor of Commerce,
Charlos HIggins, secretary.
Baker City Baker City Development
League, Orville Johnson, secretary.
Burns Burns Board of Trade, Dr. W. L.
Marsden. corresponding secretary.
Condon Gilliam County Improvement
League, Jay Bowerman. secretary.
Corvallls Benton County Citizens'
Loague, E. E. Wilson, secretary.
Cottage Grove Cottage Grove Commer
cial Club, F. H. Rosenberg. secretary
Dallas Dallas Board of Trade. J. C.
Drain Drain Commercial Club, A. T.
Echo Citizens' Association of Echo and
vicinity, H. C. Willis, secretary.
Elgin Elgin Commercial Club, Frank
E. Smith, secretary.
Enterprise Wallowa County Develop
ment League, J. A- Burleigh, secretary.
Estacada The Estacada Development
league, J. B. Huntington, secretary.
Eugene Eugene Commercial Club, R. S.
Fairview (postoffice, Olconc) Falrvlew
Chic Improvement Club. A. L. Stone,
Forefct Grove Forest Grove Board of
Trade, W. H. Hollls. secretary.
Grant's Pass Grant's ?ass Miners' As
sociation, W. B. Sherman, secretary.
Harrisburg Harrisburg Development
Club, Ira A. Phelps, secretary.
Weppner Morrow County Development
3oagnr. C. B. Woodson, secretary.
Hillsboro Hillsboro Board of Trade. F.
'M. Heldel. ?crctary.
Hood Ttlvor Hood River Commercial
C!n, A. D. Moe. secretary.
Huntington Huntington Development
League. J. E. Paul, secretary.
Independence Independence Improve
ment League. G. A. Hurley, secretary.
lone lone Development League, W. P.
Irrigon Irrigon Fruit and Vegetable
Growers' Union. D. C. Marston, secretary.
Jefferson Jefferson Development and
Improvement League, W. F. SchuIIcr,
Joseph Joseph Commercial Club, George
Mack, secretary and treasurer.
Junction City Junction City Develop
ment League. G. F. Skipworth, secretary.
Klamath Falls Klamath County Pro
motion Club, C. C. Browrr. secrotary.
La Grande La Grande Commercial
Club, R. L. Lincoln, secretary.
Lebanon Lebanon Board of Trade,
Samuel M. Garland, president.
Marshfield Marshfiold Chamber of
Commerce, I. S. Kaufman, corresponding
McMlnnvllle McMinnville Development
League. J. C. Cooper, secretary.
Medford Medford Commercial Club,
Holbrook Withington. secretary.
Myrtle Creek Myrtle Creek Develop
ment Club, H. P. Rlec. secretary.
Newberg Ncwberg Board of Trade, O.
K. Edward;. secretary
North Bend North Bend Chamber of
Commerce, F. M. Rummoll, secretary.
North Yamhill North Yamhill Board of
Trade. W. R. Bunn, secretary.
Oakland Oakland Development League,
Lynn Caton, secretary.
Ontario Ontario Chamber of Commerce,
Qeorgc Candland. secretary.
Oregon City Oregon City Board of
Trade. John Loder. secretary.
Pendleton Pendleton Commercial As
sociation, A. W. Nye, secretary.
Portland Portland Commercial Club,
Tom Richardson, manager.
Prinevllle Prlneville Citizens' Business
League, M. R. Elliott, secretary.
- .Rosoburg Ropeburg Commercial Club,
Frank G. Micelli, corresponding secretary.
Salem Greater Salem Commercial
Club, Colonel E. Hofer, president.
The Dalles The Dalles Commercial and
Athletic Club, J. M. Patterson, secretary.
Union Union Development League, L.
J. Davis, secretary.
Vale Malheur County Board of Trade,
J. W. McCulloch, secretary.
Will Be Given Reception.
During the convention a reception will
be given the Oregon Development League
by the Portland Commercial Club. The
officers of the league and Its active mem
bers throughout the state are discussing
the advisability of a dollar dinner. This
and other features of the programme,
however, will be decided later.
All the railroads and steamship lines
will make special rates to this conven
tion, and It should be even more repre
sentative than the one held last Au
gust, and that gathering attracted at
tention throughout the entire Pacific
Coast, and placed the Oregon Develop
ment League upon a very high plane.
Innumerable meetings have been held
throughout the state, and these have been
reported from time to time in the columns
of The Oregonian.
As a result of the organization,, all por
tions of the state are working in har
mony, and this convention, coming as it
does 50 days In advance of the opening
of the Exposition, will give the active
officers of each and every one of the
several organizations the opportunity of
conferring so that they may be able to
get for Oregon as a whole and for each
community represented all the good that
Is possible as a consequence of the thou
sands of visitors from this and other
countries who will come to see the Lewis
and Clark Exposition and the great Pa
DUNNE FOE MAYOR OF CHICAGO
Democrats Nominate Him on Municipal-Ownership
CHICAGO, Feb. 25. Edward F.
Dunne, Judge of the Circuit Court, was
unanimously nominated by the Demo
cratic City Convention today as can
didate for Mayor of Chicago. The party
platform declaros the issue to be
"whether the expressed will of our own
citizens." or "the interests of a Wall
street syndicate," shall direct public
policy regarding tho ownership and
control of the city streets for traction
purposes. The platform demands that
the people now assert their rights and
proceed to bring about municipal own
ership and operation of tho street-car
In addition the platform advocates
municipal ownership and operation of
gas plants, electric light plants and
telephone systems, and demands from
the Legislature that it give the city
necessary power to carry out this pol
icy. On the subject of municipal owner
ship of other utilities, the platform de
clares specifically In ravor of the city
furnishing light at a roasonable price
to private consumers and urges the
speedy construction of a system of
subways to be perpetually owned and
operated by the city.
Adrian C. Anson, the nominee for
City Clerk, was formerly captaUn of
the Chicago National oaseball club.
Judge Dunne cam to Chicago in
1S76. He was elected Judge of the Cir
cuit Court by the Democrats in 1S92,
was re-elected in 1897 and again Jn
1908. His father was onco a member
of the City Council.
SHOW WALLA WALLA SCHOOLS
Big " Educational Exhibit Is Planned
for the Portland Fair.
WALLA WALLA. Wash., Feb. 25.
(Special.) At a meeting' of the Walla
Walla County Principals' Association
and the City Board of Education, hold
here this morning. It was decided that
Walla Walla County should make an
educational exhibit at tho Lewis and
Every phase of the educational work
will be represented, and besides the
public schools. Whitman College. Walla
Walla College. SL Paul's School, La
Salle School, SL Vincent's Academy and
other sectarian schools "will be asked
to join in the exhibit. This will con
sist of photographic work, displays of
manual training, drawing and writing
giving representation of actual work
done in different grades.
MAY TEE UP ALL THE MINES
Smelter Men of British Columbia
Strike for Eight Hours.
VICTORIA, B. C, Feb. 25. A general
strike of tho smelter employes of British
Columbia has been declared as a result
o the defeat of the eight-hour bill for
smelter employes In the British Columbia
Legislature. They threatened to strike
for shorter hours some time ago but
waited to see the fate of the bill. The
strike Is for three shifts of eight hours
instead of two shifts of 12 hours as at
present without change in pay. The
smelter owners state they aro now work
ing on a basis of 1 per cent 'profit and
will tie up the mining industry rather
FAMOUS MINISTER COMING TO PORTLAND
REV. F. B. METER, OF LONDON.
The coming of Ke. P. B. Meyer. B. C, of Christ Church. London, to
Portland, on April 26. for tho purpose of conducting a series of services un
der the auspices of the ministerial union of this city, has Interested many
people. Dr. Meyer is perhaps the mont famous preacher in the world since
the death of Dwlght L. Moody, with whom Mr. Meyer conducted many meet
ings. 1U is the pavtor of Christ Church, of London, which was made fa
mous by the erection of an Immense towar. tho cost of which was contributed
by Americans, and Is called Lincoln. Tower.
Rev. Mr. Meyer Is the successor of Rev. Newman Hall at Christ Church and
an earnest exponent of the doctrines j)f Dr. Roland D. Hill, the founder of the
church. He is a leader in the great Keswick movement, and has taken an ac
tive interest in tho Xorthfield Extension Soclotx. which was instituted by the
late Dwight L. Moody. He in the author of mnny books upon religious topics,
and Is said to be a tremendous" power as a leader of reform movoments.
PAY OF TEACHERS
Members of Board Dis
cuss Merit System.
MAY DELAY APPLICATION
Some Favor Waiting Until
TEACHERS WANT INCREASE
Would Have Provisions Enforced at
Once So That They May Have
Benefit at the Pres
"Are you In favor of the merit system
as applied to the public schoolteachers
who desire Increase In pay?"
This question was asked the mombers
of the School Board yesterday. J. V.
Beach replied to the question thus:
"I voted against the installation of the
merit system and I am still opposed to
it. but Jn view of the fact that it has been
passed by a mabrlty of the board, 1 shall
abide by the board's decision. As to tho
question of waiting until September be
fore the increase In salary takes place,
I think that If tho teachers would read
the resolution they would more thorough
ly understand the reasons for postponing
the matter. Our teachers are under con
tract to work for a certain salary, and
it would be an injustice to the taxpayers
to increase the salaries before the time
of their present engagement expires.
"Each year the auditing committee
makes a report and at that time the pub
lic will be informed as to the disposition
of the money that has been voted for the
increase of the teachers' salaries."
What the Teachers Say.
On the other hand, the teachers de
clare that the $30,000 was voted by tho
taxpayers for immediate relief to the
teachers, and that it was the intention of
the taxpayers to give all teachers more
money and to give It to them the present
year. The teachers declare that If a
teacher is not worth an Increase she is
unworthy to occupy a position, and they
say certain of the Board of Education
have admitted that teachers have been
given positions through influence rather
than through merit. They assort that it
is logical to suppose that the increase
would be given in the same manner.
It Is a condition that before a teacher
applies for an increase of salary she must
have had six years' experience aad must
have a life certificate. The teachers de
clare that there arc at present many meri
torious instructors who have more than
six years' experience, but who hava been
teaching in other states and do not hold
a life certificate for Oregon; that there
are teachers who will be able to get their
life certificates next September, and that
the conditions are such that those teach
ers will not be able even to apply for
the Increase, therefore, until one year
from September. Teachers say that this
It is also asserted that members of what
they please to call the "merit commis
sion" have declared that the proceedings
of that body will not be made public; that
teachers may make applications and they
will be passed upon; that those who get
an increase will quietly receive a larger
checks and that those who fail will not
be given reasons for the failure. This, the
tcachors say. Is also unfair.
Would Act at Once.
R. K. Warren, another member of the
board, said yesterday:
"I admit that the teachers now employed
by the city are equal In ability and
thought- of any, or at least are supposed
to be, and if any arc able to got an in
crease for merit, all should be able to do
so. I voted against the proposition, but
not because I thought it was not right.
I wish to be understood as boing in fa
vor of the merit system, but 1 think that
its installation should take place at once
and not next September."
"There is no use in discussing the mat
ter," said Richard Williams. "Every
teacher in the employ of the city is under
contract until next September, and it
would not be right to increase the salaries
without first notifying tho taxpayers. The
Board of Education has not the right to
put the merit system in force at the pres
ent time. I was opposed to the system
from the first, but now that It has passed
the board, I shall stand with the other
members in enforcing its provisions."
AGED PREACHER OP FREE LOVE
Moses Harmon's Denunciations of
Marriage Excluded From Mails.
iau. eb. Z. For years. It is de
clared, Moses Harmon, more than SO years
old. has been the editor of a magazine
which constantly wars, against marriage
and'asainst the treatment and education
given young women by their mothers, and
has twice served terms In the penitentiary,
so great was his love for his theories.
Alter his release from the penitentiary
several months ago he again took up the
editorship of his paper, entitled The Im-
cifor, with the result that he has been
arrested by a Deputy United States Mar
shal on a chargo of sending prohibited
matter through the malls. He was held
to the Federal grand Jury In bonds of
In connection with the printing of The
Lucifer, Harmon, it is alleged, has pub
lished a large number of book3 and ar
ticles written by a woman, all of which
strike at the base of the sacredness of
marriage and the proper teaching and
rearing of girls.
PEES ONAL MENTION.
Mrs. F. G. Kahn, of Los Angelea. is
visiting Mrs. S. M. Blumauer, 146 Seven
EL Lang, a leading wholesale grocer,
leaves tomorrow for an extended trip to
the East and Europe.
W. J. Furnish, of Pendleton, is in
Portland for a few days. He Is regis
tered at the Imperial.
J. K. Weatherford, ono of the most
prominent attorneys of Albany, is reg
istered at the Imperial. f
Assistant District Attorney H. B.
Adams, who has been seriously ill at his
home, is slowly recovering.
J. Hardy Ballance, tho Pacific Coast
representative of the Emerson Drug Com
pany, is In Portland for the purpose of
arranging for a display of bromo seltzer
at the Exposition, and to place the ad
vertising of the company generally
hroughout the city. .
Rev. Henry and Mrs. Evans, who spent
a few months at Los Angelef, Santa Bar
bara and San Francisco, have been so
journing here on a visit to Mrs. Evans'
brother, John A. Taylor, 164 West Park
street. They will go to Salt Lako Tues
day morning to vuMt friends there before
returning to their home at Du Bois. Pa:
H. B. Parker, proprietor of the Parker
House. Astoria, who has been a resident
of that city for more than 52 years and is
the oldest settler there, is visiting Port
land, and is registered at tho Belvedere.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS.
Charles T. Boardman. 49: Lucy Ecktrt. 31.
R. E. Pentland. 22; Nellie Roberts. 17.
A. Lincoln Hart. 2S; Mary Louise Brandt. 22.
George A. Brown. 23: Esther M. Leer. 22.
Eugene M. Goings, 34; Annie Dickinson. 3D.
Elof Valdcmar Udell. 32; Hulda Ingeborg
Marlon E. Black. S; Xellle R. Hudson. 21.
William E. Davis. 33; Mamie Owens, SU.
Real Estate Transfers.
D. D. Coffey and wife to A. JS'eppach.
- X. - b,ock S2 Central Albina $ 300
G. W. Cochran ct al. to B. F. Medler.
lot 33. block 37, James Johns First
Add. to St. Johns 1.S0O
Alrina E. Wachlfne to J. J. Fitzger
ald, lot 1. block S, Plalnneld (ISO
Cuy G. Willis and wife to Victor
Land Co.. undivided lot 17. sub
division 1, De , Laahmutt- & Oat
man's Little Homes ' l
Oak Park Land Co. to it. Gagen anrt
wife. 108.5x162 feet, beginning N.
cor. lot 1. block 7. Oak Park Add- 1
Sheriff to Victor Land Co., lot 2fl.
block 2.1. Mount Tabor Villa 7
Avis B. Muncer to cam, lota, 14, 23.
block 20. Peninsular Add. No. 2.. 10
E. H. Robblns to F". Merrill, block 10,
Jamw Johns' Ald. to St. Johns. . . 1
J. II. Bowlby, administrator, to J.
Lemon. lot C. block 0. City View
Park Add ISO
G. L. Schroedcr and wife to M. F.
Finch. W. j lota 43, 40. block 22.
Mount Tabor Villa i
Mary H. Couch to E. L. Williams,
E. I? lot 0. block 200. Couch Add.. 750
William E. Pettlnger and wife to J.
P. Hansen and wife. lot 10, block
3 Smith's subdivision and Add... 1,530
John Tyge to A. O'Hare. lot 10. block
11. Center Add. l
Herman Metzger. trustee, to L. Kevin,
lot 24, block 3, Reservoir Park... 150
Mllo B. Smith to O. T. Madison, lots
12. 13, 14. 16, block 5, Point View 320
Mllo B. Smith to O. T. Madison, lot
1C, N. 10 feet lot 17, block C. Point
Augusta A. Marshall to L. A. Wood.
lot S. block 23. King's 2d Add 2,350
Adolph S. Finger and wife to G. Co
blne. lot 0. block 1, N. W. Mount
W. H. Reeder and wife to R. Coblne.
lot 8. block 1. K. W. Mount Tabor 100
T. C. Swaggart and wife to S. Thomp
son, lot 1. block 1, Arleta Park
No. 2 50
Peter Covacevlch and wife to P.
Planclch ct al.. 50x100 feet, bogln-
. nlng intersection of 32d and Divi
sion streets 500
Eliza A. Baker to B. M. Hosford. lots
4. 6. 7. block 11. Mount Tabor Villa
Annex and other property 1,000
T. G. &. Tr. Co. to Portland Trust
Co.. lot 14. block 2, W. Piedmont.. 350
William J. Hill and wife to J. Klrby.
lots 13. 14. block 4, Midway Annex
Julia M. Sweeney and husband to W.
TI. Copeland. lot 2, block 3, subdi
vision Proebstcl's Add i
Fraternal Building Site.
Wednesday evening there will be a
meeting of the executive committee of
the Fraternal Building Association, at
which the question of ways and means
for" the Fraternal building will bo dis
cussed and a site selected.
"We are almost agreed that a position
near the south end of the state row
would bf tho better site," said President
J. L. Mitchell yesterday. "We will settle
the matter, however, Wednesday evening,
and will also at that time agree upon
plans for the building."
Morales Catches the Suspects.
SANTO DOMINGO. Republic of Santo
Domingo, Feb. 25. Nothing positive is
known here of the plot to assassinate
President Morales. Some suspiclpus per
sons Jiavo been arrested as a precaution.
The report of the conspiracy was based
on a dispatch received by tne authorities.
The country is quiet.
AT THE HOTELS.
Mrs E W McKcnna, III Abraham. S F
-Chicago J A Dalrymple, N T
W Gosslln. city H L Cohen. N V
W Potter, city Mr anil Mrs Eddy.
Capt . Johnson. Canadl Michigan
G D Hauptman. cltylJ M Donbghuc, Seatl
C G KIrll llwaeo J F Stapleton, St L
j o iajuci, t. i m Aiarsnaii. Duluth
a a wniie. at i aui
J Cohen. Cincinnati
P C Stohr, Chicago
WAS Coulter, city
E R Wlllard. Mlnnpls
F C Orable. Omaha
I A Heilbromer. N Y
u itubcnsteln. N Y
Mrs H B Parks. S F
Mrs M M Calne. do
T Montgomery and
L F Blaurctte. N Y iMlss M Kerr. Mantob
J Maynard. Jr. S F JC D Dunam. S F
w C wittke, .n x
C C Kyle. Minn
J G Frederick, do
Mrs Forester, Spokn
Mrs Drake, do
E C Tubbs. Clnclnnat
N P Bond. Baltimore
A C Gray. Arlington
H P Scott. do
C W Waterman. N V
K Ross and wife. Mont
r l Alien. N Y
W G Rock and wf,
, Louisville. Ky
S B Lovejoy, Maine
W A Dexter; S F
J W Irwin. Tacoma
W A Emerlck. S F
Mrs M Josephson,
J A Dunlap. r Y
IW L Lynn. Seattle
R J Haweu. Denver JW B Dennis. Black
W A Dexter. S F iA H Rohrer, S F
C R DavJ S F. iA Kaempper. N Y
W H, Wakefield. SpkniR Llndenberger. Asto
C II Vcrclllus. S F II Ackerman. N Y
T H Curtiss, Astorial
' THE PERKINS
P E Geswald. city E J Parsons, S F
BUYS THE BEST STEEL RANGE ON EARTH
FIRST AND TAYLOR. "The Store That Saves You V1oney',
P D Blodgett. SeattloiT L Baker, f
T J Ross do Max Hopper. Fonaietn
CSCady. do W Coppen and family.
E F Sox. Albany I s Jhns ,,..,
Ray Porter, city H V Bam. M,"oula
A H Elsenhart. MedfiMrs Batre. ' &o
J H Holland. TacomaiMrs M McDowell Seat
Mrs Holland. do (Mrs Marlon. Bay Cent
AD Glb"on. Wal Wal T W toW"n.H",'
C A Janneson. Minn lEtta Wilson. Salem
Mrs Janneson. do iL N Graves. Salem
C Bradbury. Seaside Mrs Graves. do
Mrs Bradbury. do Mrs L M Little, Ohio
Mrs E C Baldry. N YlA Marlowe, fcltj
L L Culbertson. !J E Rand. Hood Rr
Duluth IH M Connelly. Iowa
Thos Thompson, do O B Connelly do
F T Hulrburt. Shanko M S Smith, Cai Lks
R Burns and son. W L Clark, do
Walla Walla IF F Carllle. S F
E G Rowek. do iT Marden. T Dalles
B G Knoth, Ogden ;B Hlldertbrandt. L A
Mrs Knoth. do !L T Jackson. Seattle
J H Dauer. Spokane.L Schwartz. ancou
Mrs Dauer. do I J M Cook. Junction
Mrs R L Farmer. Sa-IOtto E Carlson. Asto
iem H E Walker. Sprlnsm
Carrie Danneman. (Mrs Valker. ?
dem IW H Dickson. Boston
Mrs Brooks. Scholl !j West. S F .,
T Weatherred. HllUblJ L Lombard. Eugent
J F Walker. Mnpls.'
A T Wain. Salem IW C Begg. S F
Madge M Straun. IC M McKlnncy. Tacni
Astoria I Mrs 71 J Smith. Win-
Peter Anderson. Astoi nipeg
W H Renkner. TacmiM J McPherson,
J O Storey. Tacomal Wasco
Martin Lisa. Butte (Francis Belknap. Corv
G F Mcacham. SeattliE J Gunther. Seattle
J W Hamakcr, KlamU J Marcur. Monumnt
Falls (Mrs Marcur. do
Mrs M M Strawn, SF.A H Iverson. Bear Rv
W J Furnish. Pendlt E F Pernot. Corvallls
F S Murphey. Perry F Sperger. Sllverton
Mrs Murphey. do IJ F Finkelson. Duluth
H A Lengfelder, IW H Pullcn. Ontario
Butteville jChln Jesscn. Rocheatr
Mrs Lengfelder. BttvjMrs Jessen. Rochester
J S Wallace. WashtniMIss N Flnlcy. Olymp
R S Moore. Klam FUMiss Kirk. do
F IJ D Sutherland. Sa-
S E Purvine. Arllngtn
Wm Hanley, Burns
M c "Phllllos. Corvall
Blanch Gulllford. Pnd
Mrs Julia O GuHuoro,
Blanche Gray. Astoria
Jll L Kemp. San Frn
E L Phillips. Or Pass
A H Grlgsley. S F
Mrs Phillips. G Pass'F J Carney. Antorla
R R Nicholson. Sa-IMrs Carney. Astoria
jem J K Weatherford. Alb
P Uhihcr. Helena j
Tacomtt Hotel. Tncoma.
American plan. Rates. IS and up.
Hotel Donnelly, Tacoma.
First-class restaurant In connection.
Due to Brlght's Disease The
Fearful Increase Shown
by the Census
1S80 DEATHS 22.S30
ISO 1 DEATHS 25,07 1
1883 DEATHS 20,613
li03 DEATHS U32G5
1504 DEATHS 38,807
1805 DEATHS 40,530
JS3G DEATHS 44.180
1807 DEATHS 47,622
1808 DEATHS 31,464
1S00 DEATHS 53.100
1000,. DEATHS 5S.74S
The census gives the figrures for 1830
and 1900. The intervening figures show
the increase as averaged by years.
A hori tying picture nearly 59.000
dead within one year, and an army of
several times that number of new re
cruits already primed with "Kidney
trouble" for the call.
What does it all mean? Just this
that countless thousands have "Kidney
trouble," and not one Jn a hundred
knows that It is Brighfs Disease and
that If it gets chronic (does not get
well in two or three months) that the
victim hns been enrolled In this awful
-army of death and tnat there is then
only one thing known that stands be
tween the patient and death, vis., Ful
ton's Renal Compound for Bright's Dis
ease. Woodard, Clarke & Co. are local
agents for Fulton's Compound. '
The- dangerous symptoms are: Weakness or
loss of "welsluV puffy ankle?, hands or eyelids,
kidney trouble after the third month, failing
vision, drowsiness. One or more of thess.
Th,e ORIGINAL remedy that
OOXTG-l GOING!! GONE!!!
THE LADIES OBJECT
to a guexmy and sticky hair dressing, or
one that Is full of sedimentary chemicals
Intended to dye the hair. Tha marked
preference for a dainty dressing, partic
ularly ono that overcomes excessive olll
ness and leaves the hair light and fluffy.
ins 3!ir4;, $1.03. Statf 10c, ttaap. ti HE3PICIDE CO., Itp?. H. Dstrott, MIcD., tor a SuijiO:
Appllcattsas at Prominent Barber Shops.
I IN A
ne KUiuuii.eo . cure iu ovuy cue we uiiui uuc " . . .
tion free. letters confidential. Instructive -BOOK FOR MEN mailed free in plain
We cure tho worst cases of plies in two or three treatments, without operation.
If you cannot call at office write for question blank. Home treatment successful.
Office hours, 9 to 5 and 7 to L Sundays and holidays. 10 to 12.
DR. W. NORTON DAVIS & CO.
Offices In Van-Noy HoteL 5S Third sL.
. cor. rue.
Ket SBCC-ttfal aad
1b t!eae9 of xaea,
a medical dJttferaa.
license and sew
yer records snow.
Poison, Rectal, Kidney and Urinary Diseases
aad all diseases aad weskaesaeai due to fafecrft&acc, evil kablis, excesses-
or ike x-alt of specUc diseases.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE "yoS
Office Honrs S A. M. o 8 P. M.; Sundays, 10 to 12 only.
St. Louis Sc.and Dispensary
Cor. Second and Yamhill Streets, Portland, Or.
IF AT ANY TIME YOU
FIND -THE JEWEL
STEEL RANGE IS NOT
AS REPRESENTED. WE
TAKE IT BACK AND
REFUND YOUR MONEY
is a fuel saver,
excels in baking,
has the quality on
the inside as. well
as on the outside.
It is an ornament
v and a household
us show it to
you and ex
p 1 ai n its
kills, the Dandruff Germ."
lOOliTc FOX HE8NCIQE
I reflected in the enormous sale of Jfetr
bro's Herpiclde. Ladles become enthusi
astic ovw Its refreshing quality and ex
quisite fragrance. It destroys th? ral
croblc growth In the scalp, cures dan
druff, stops falling hair, and gives it a
silken gloss. STOPS ITCHING INSTANTLY.
W treat successfully all private) ner
Yous and chronic diseases of men. also
blood, stomnch. heart, liver, kidney and
throat troubles. We cure SYPHILIS
(without mercury) to stay cured forever.
In 30 to 0 days. We remove STRIC
TURE, without operation or pain. In IS
Wa stop drains, the result of self-abuse,
immediately. We can restore the sexual
vigor of any man unfler SO by means of
local treatment peculiar to ourselves.
We Cure Gonorrhoea
in a Week
Th doctors of thb institute are all
J experience, have been known in Portland
m r-S. ir v.i r. Via vo a limitation tr. main-.
tain, and will undertake no . case unless
Portia no. ur.
Above all other things, we strive to save the thou
sands of young and middle-aged men who are plung
ing toward the grave, tortured by the woes of nervous
debility, Wa have evolved a special treatment for
Nrvouu Debility and special weakness that Is uni
formly successful in cuaes where success was before
and by other dociura dttmed Impossible. It does not
stimulate temporarily, but restores permanently. It
allays irritations of tha delicate tissues surrounding
the lax and unduly expanded glands, contracting them
to their normal condltiou, which prevents lost vitality.
It tones up and .strengthens the blood vessels tnat
carry .nourishment. The. patient realizes u great blight
has been lifted from his life.
We want all MEN WHO AHE SUFFERING from any
disease or special weakness to feel that they cart come
to our office freely for examination and explanation
of their condition FRKE OF CHARGE, without being
bound by any obligation whatever to take treatment
Unless they ao desire. We cure
Nervous Debility, Blood