The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, December 05, 1909, SECTION FOUR, Page 10, Image 46

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Ship Neotsfield Clears for Pe
ruvian Port. J
Grain Exports, Foreign, for Present
Month Amount to 353,511 Bush
els With Value Placed at $ 1
Per Bushel Marine Notes.
Three grain vessels cleared in ,four
days Is the record for December ship
ments of grain, foreign. Yesterday the
British ship Neotsfield. Captain Evans,
was dispatched by Balfour, Guthrie &
CO- with 100.093 bushels of wheat,
valued at $100,093, for Callao..- The
Neotsfield is the first ship to be dis
patched from this port for the West
Coast since the German ship Nordsee
cleared in February, 1908, for the
Peruvian port.
With the exception of one day, there
has been a daily clearance of grain
vessels for the month of December.
lue to Arrive.
Name. From. Date.
Breakwater. .. .Coos Bay. ...Dec. o
Hanoi City. .. San Francisco Dec. B
Geo. W. Klder. .San Pedro. . . Tec. n
Sue H. Elmore. TlllamooK. .. .Dec. 5
Alliance Coos Bay Tec. !
Roanoka San Pedro. .. Dec. 12
Rose City San Francisco Dec. 12
Falcon San Francisco Dec. 35
Henrlk Ibsen. . .HonckonK .. -Ian. 3
6olJa Hongkong. .. . lndefl't
Scheduled to Depart.
Nama. For. Date.
Geo. W. Bider. -San Pedn. . . Dec. 7
Sue H. Elmore. Tillamook. .. Dec. T
Breakwater. .. .Coos Bay. ... .Dec. 8
Kansas City. .. 6an Francisco Dec. 10
Alliance Cooa Bay . . .. . Dec. 11
Roanoke San Pedro... Deo. 14
Rose City San Francisco iec. 17
Falcon San Francisco Dec- 20
Henrlk Ibsen. . Hongkong. .. Jan. 13
SeIJa Hongkong. . . .
Cleared Saturday.
Keotsfield, Br. ship (Evans), with
wheat, for the United Kingdom.
George W. Fenwlck, Am. steam
ship (Miller), with 9(10,000 feet of
lumber, for San Pedro.
Total shipments for the first four days
of the nionui amount to 352,511 bushels
of wheat valued at an equal number
of dollars. ; Two cargoes will proceed
to the United Kingdom, and the
Neotsfield Is bound for the west coast
of Peru. If the same ratio be con
tinued for the month the exports of
wheat wil run well in excess of 2,500,
000 bushels.
Charters have been slow of late and
the fixtures of spot ships have all been
for lumber. With the cessation of flood
conditions the receipts of wheat will
increase and the vessels now under
charter for foreign loading will re
ceive fast dispatch. December bids fair
to come close to a record-breaker for
grain exports, foreign.
Captured Launch, Held for $40 Sal
vage, Released for Small Sunn.
Day, McNabs and Phelton, a trio of
waterfront sharks who captured a
runaway launch on Thanksgiving day
and who demanded $40 for the return
to the owner of the captured boat, yes
terday settled for the sum of 15. The
men signed a receipt for the coin and
went on their way.
During the heavy freshet on Thanks
giving a small gasoline boat belonging
to C. Bernardo, of Fulton, broke from her
moorings and went down the river.
The three men above mentioned picked
the craft up and refused to return her
to the rightful owner unless a salvage
claim of 40 was paid. Bernardo of
fered J15, all the money he had. When
this was refused he appealed to Har
bormaster Speier, and that official took
charge of the boat. The famous pirates,
surnamed Day, McNabs and Phelton,
got a trifle scared and settled the
claim with the owner of the bpat
for 5..
Wreckage Shows Ellan-Vannin Lost.
Ten Saved From Thistlemoor.
LONDON, Dec. 4. All hope of the sur
vival of the passengers and crew of the
Isle of Man steamer Ellan-Vannin was
abandoned today, when portions of a
steamer's upper works and small boats
picked up on the banks of the Mersey
were identified as belonging to the miss
ing vessel. It is believed she was driven
on Mersey bar and foundered.
The loss of the steamer Thistlemoor off
Appledore, in Barnstable Bay, was also
confirmed today, but some of the crew
of 30 were saved. The steamer Arndale,
which was in the vicinity at the time of
the disaster, picked up one of the Thistle
moor's boats, containing 10 men, one of
whom later died from the effects of ex
posure. The Arndale, like many other
vessels, was damaged and put back into
Barry. Wales. The gale continued over
the Irish Channel with unabated severity
throughout the night.
Gasoline Launch Gazelle Picked Up
by Steamer Tellowstone.
ASTORIA. Or., Dec. 4. (Special.)
The steamer Tellowstone, which sailed
from here this morning for California,
picked up the little gasoline launch
Gazelle in distress off the mouth of the
river, and brought her inside. The Ga
zelle was en route from Newport to As
toria when her engines broke down.
Captain Hoben, surveyor of Bureau
Veritas, was here today to examine the
anchor and 70 fathoms of chain which
were lost by the French bark Nantes
when she arrived in the river, and
which have since been recovered.
Close Testimony In Argo Case.
Taking of testimony was 'concluded
in the case of the steamship Argo yes
terday morning when John Woldhouse
gave In his testimony regarding the
loss of the vessel. Woldhouse was a
sailor and he swore that all the officers
done all that was required of them at
the, time of disaster. A decision on
the matter will not be handed down
for at least two weeks.
Marine Notes.
With passengers and freight for Coos
Bay ports, the steamship Alliance sailed
last night.
The steamship Mackinaw will leave
down this morning for San Francisco
with a full cargo of grain.
with 950,000 feet of lumber tor San
Weak Stomachs Made Strong
The reason so many become chronic suf
fererg from Dyspepsia and Indigestion is
because they depend on drugs, which occa
sionally give temporary relief between
meals. Drugs do not cure; if they did,
what need of their continuous use? Why
they do not cure is because they fall to
reach the source of the trouble, viz: The
pneumo - gastric nerve, which alone
gives power to the stomach to digest
When the nervous system is run
down from overwork or worry, the
pneumo-gastric nerve, which is an
important member of the nervous
system, suffers its share of the gen
eral debility. Then the stomach fails to
perform Its functions and the doctors term
this Condition Nervous Dyspepsia.
Electricity is nerve food and nerve
strength. When rightly applied, as I apply
it with Electro-Vigor, to the nerve centers,
it cures to stay cured. Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion and all troubles of the stomach, liver
and bowels.
"T have never regretted the price
I paid for Electro-Vigor, for it has
completely and permanently cured
me of stomach trouble and I am
thankful indeed for this relief.
"Tours truly,
"Roseburg, Or."
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Call Today
If you cannot call, send coupon
for free book.
Pedro, the steamship George W. Fen
wick cleared yesterday afternoon.
The steamship Breakwater is due to
arrive this afternoon from Coos Bay
ports with passengers and freight.
Beginning January 7, the steamship
Falcon. of the American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company, will make T2-day
trips between Portland and San Fran
cisco. Arrivals and Departures.
PORTLAND, Dec. 4. Sailed German
ship Wandsbek. with general carfro, for the
United Kingdom; steamship Alliance.' for
Coos Bay.
Astoria. Dec. 4. Wire trouble, no bar
report. Sailed at 5 A. M. Steamers Rose
City. Santa Clara and Tallac. for San
Francisco, and steamer Yellowstone for San
Pedro. Yellowstone returned with disabled
gasoline launch. Gazelle In tow, picked up
off Tillamook.
San Francisco. Dec. 4. Arrived at 1 A.
M. Steamer Hornet, from Portland. Ar
rived at 6 A. M. Steamer Coaster, from Co
lumbia River. Arrived at 7 A. M. Steamer
Roanoke, from Portland. Sailed at 8 A. M.
Steamer Catania, for Portland. Arrived at
11:30 A. M. Steamer Tamalpais, from San
Victoria, Dec. 4. Arrived yesterday Nor
wegian steamer Christian Michelsen, from
Portland, for Shanghai.
Eureka .Dec. 4. Sailed Steamer Geo.
W. Elder, for Portland.
Hobart, Dec. 4. Sailed Dec. 2 French
bark Bossuet. from Antwerp, for Portland.
San Francisco, Dec. 4. Arrived Steam
ers, Umatilla, from Victoria; Hornet, from
Astoria; Coaster, from Columbia River; Roan
oke, from Portland; schooners, Roy Somers,
from Grays Harbor: Hugh Hogan from Coos
bay. Sailed. steamers, G. C. Llndauer, for
Graj-B Harbor: Eureka, for Seattle; Catania,
for Portland: Kansas City, for Portland: - Eu
reka, for Seattle.
Tacoma, Dec. 4. Arrived Steamer Queen,
from Seattle. Sailed schooner Polaris, for
Port Plrie; Norwegian steamship Hornelen, for
Tides at Astoria Sunday.
High. Low.
7:35 A. M 7.4 feet!0:53 A. M 1.5 feet
7:30 P. M....B.1 feet'2:OS P. M 3.0 feet
Captain J. E. Savage Declares Ex
plorer's Main Difficulty Is
to Prove Feat.
TACOMA. Dec. 4. (Special.) Captain
J. E. Savage, Quartermaster's Agent at
Tacoma, spent much time in the North
ern regions, and is familiar with the
country about Mount McKlnley. Asked
his opinion of the Cook controversy, he
"I don't see any reason why Dr. Cook
should not have climbed McKinley. The
trouble is. he is going to have a hard
time to prove it. People in Alaska are
skeptical, because nobody ever climbed
it before Cook said he did. People used
to feel the same way about Mount
Shasta and many people who tried it
said that it would never be scaled. Mc
Kinley is surrounded with an ice bar
rier that forms anew each year and some
years it might form in such a way that
a man could get up, while other years
it might present an impassable obstacle.
'Mount Rainier is like that. Lots of
people who allege they have scaled that
peak never did so. Some years the ice
cap forms in such a way that there are
no ridges or routes by which the top
can be reached. Cook says it took him
practically seven days to get up and
back; people who say he did not attain
the crest of the mountain declare he
could not have covered the distance in
seven days. Maybe he had just the
right combination of luck and weather,
and got there."
Lieutenant Coffin, of the First Infan
try, who had Just returned from Alaskan
duty along the Government telegraph
line, said:
"I was around McKinley about a month
ago but all I saw was snow. I didn't
see any footprints that looked -like
Cook's, nor even any of his guide. But
I wouldn't say that he didn't get there."
Kill Constables and Porters and Lose
Score In Battle.
MANILA, Dec. 4. Fanatical Moros
and Sananos forced a fight on a de
tachment of Constabulary under Lieu
tenant darts near Mount- Malindang,
Mindanao Island, last Sunday. Six mem
bers of the Constabulary, four porters
and one policeman were killed and one
of the Constabulary was wounded. The
aggressors left 20 of their number dead
when they finally scattered.
Some 4000 fanatics gathered in the
vicinity of the mountain two weeks ago
and Governor Pershing anticipated dis
order. Constabulary reinforcements
have been sent to the scene of the
fight, but no further trouble is expect
ed, as the tribesmen are reported to be
returning to their homes.
Without the Use of Drugs
like the
stream of
"I have a good appetite and enjoy
my food and as a result enjoy life,
which is something I could not say
"Yours truly,
"Box 42, Kellogg, Idaho."
DR. S. G.
1314 Second Ave.,
Dear Sir: Please sent me, prepaid,
Name .
Laying of Water Mains to
Await Special Election.
Under Present Law Contractors Will
Not Bid, Cost Being- Charged
Against Property Owners,
.Who Resist Payment.
,o ' more water mains will be laid in
Portland until after the special election,
at which a proposed amendment will be
submitted to the voters, changing the
law relative to payment of installation of
these pipes. It is probable the election
will be held late in January or early in
February, and Mayor Simon and mem
bers of the Water Board, as well as many
others deeply interested, believe it will
pass by a large majority.
"There is no use in trying to lay water
mains under the present law," said
Mayor Simon yesterday morning. "We
have tried and tried to get bids for this
work, but the contractors take little or
no interest in it, owing to the doubt they
have of collecting their money from the
abutting property owners. It is a law
that will not work, and I sincerely hope
the people will adopt the proposed amend
ment at the coming special election. We
urgently need the new law, owing to the
fact that we cannot get mains laid until
there is1 some means of making it a
matter of interest to the contractors. In
order to have the mains laid ahead of the
hard-surface pavements, we mustr have a
law that will bring about new conditions,
and such a proposed law will be submitted
some time next year for the voters to act
Mayor Simon and Councilman Baker,
chairman of the special committee on
the proposed amendment, are shaping
things for the special election, at which
the water law is proposed to bo changed.
The date of the election hasNiot yet been
determined by the Council.
The proposed amendment will change
tne system or paying for the laying of
water mains. At present, the law makes
it obligatory upon the Water Board to
charge to the abutting property the ex
pense of installing all mains under 10
inches, and the smaller ones are largely
used. Under this law, the contractors
have refused to bid. or when they do bid,
charge exorbitant rates, in order to pro
tect themselves from delays in making
collections on assessments.
Rather than be forced to sue those who
might refuse to pay assessments for
water mains, the contractors, for the most
part, pay ' no attention to the calls for
bids and the Water Board has been
unable to accomplish anything in the
Way of extending the system. It is for.
this reason that the Mayor and members
of the Board have decided to drop the in
stallation of mains until there is a new
law in effect.
Grange Organized at Klamath.
cial.) Klamath Falls Grange has been
organized by State Deputy Cyrus H.
Walker, of Albany, with a splendid list
of charter members. The following are
the officers: Master, J. B. Griffith,
County Judge, Klamath County; over
seer, E. B. Shumway; lecturer, .J. G.
Swan; chaplain, J. L. Yaden; secretary,
T. E. Griffith; treasurer, O. A. Stearns;
steward, M. Motchenbacher ; assistant
steward, Arthur Brittan; gatekeeper,
C. T. Oliver; Flora, Atta G. DeLap;
Pomona, Mary Motchenbaches; Ceres,
Gertrude Oliver; lady assistant stew
ard, Florice M. Shumway. An open
meeting is to be held Tuesday, Decem
ber 7. Deputy . alker will be present
to celebrate his 71st birthday as an
Oregon native son.
Roseburg Gains 20 Per Cent.
ROSEBURG, Or., Dec. 4. (Special.)
The rapid growth of Roseburg is
Indicated by the receipts of the local
postoffice, 'which were given out todpy
by Postmaster Parks. Thpy show an
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yrai ow u Best. Stfet. AJwfty RcllabM:
- Vigor Is unlike all other electri
cal appliances. It is 'Stronger, more dur
able and more satisfactory than any other
method of treatment. You use It a little
while every evening while sitting about the
house, set the regulator just as you would
power and there comes a gentle
vitality into your body while you
rest. Its touch is the touch of mag
netism, its essence of vital force, it
pervades your whole system, soothes
pain, quiets the nerves; It livens
the blood and pumps vitality to the
stomach. "I would not take 12000
for it," writes a grateful patient.
"It is worth more than money, be
cause it brings health."
We Can Give You Proof
in Abundance
Here we give you a few samples of the
kind of letters that we receive every day by
the score:
"I was surprised to see how quick
ly Electro - Vigor relieved me of
stomach and kidney trouble.
"Yours very truly.
"1704 W. Sharp Ave., Spokane,
can be made adjustable to any part
will be sent postage free.
Seattle Wash.
jpour free book.
increase over last year "of 20 per cent,
the receipts being $1220.80 against
$1017.54 for last year. Roseburg has
two rural mail routes, and also a free
delivery system. The population, it Is
believed, will pass the 6000 mark at
the 1910 census.
National Superintendent Finds In
dians Eager for Education.
CHEMAWA, Or., Dec. 4. (Special.)
Miss Estelle Reel, of Washington, D.
C, "National Superintendent of Indian
Schools for the last 12 years, visited
the Chemawa Indian Training School
this week on her annual visit of in
spection. Last August Miss Reel held the con
vention of Indian teachers at the Alaska-Yukon
exposition, one of the most
successful institutes ever held in the
Indian Service, excepting only the one
held at Portland during the Lewis and
Clark fair. Miss Reel has been visit
ing the Indian schools of Washington,
among them Tacoma, Puyallup, Neah
Bay and Yakima. She found wherever
she went that the Indians were fully.
arousea to me possiomties OI educa
tion and are more than ever taking:
advantage of the opportunities pre
sented, as is evidenced by the crowded
condition of the schools.
Miss Reel was called to Washington
to attend the conference of superin
tendents of some of the largest Indian
I See All My Patients THE DOCTOR
Personally. THAT CURES.
I hire no substitutes and have bo Bt4t"
el company.
FEE FOR A CURE Is lower than any
specialists in the city, half that others
charge you and no exorbitant price for
I am an expert specialist, have had
SO years' practice In the treatment of
diseases of men. My offices are the best
equipped in Portland. My methods are
modern and up-to-date. My cures are
quick and positive.' I do not treat symp
toms and patch up, I thoroughly examine
each case, find the cause, remove It and
thus cure the disease.
I CUIUS Varicose Veins, Contracted
Ailments, Piles and Specific Blood Pol.
on and All Ailments of Men.
CL'HK OR NO PAY I nm tho only
specialist in Portland who makes mo
cliarite unless the patient Is entirely
satisfied with the results accomplished,
nnd who sjrlves n written sjrunrnntce to
refund every dollar paid for services
If n complete nnd permanent cure is
not effected.
IVI P"V Visit Dr. Lindsay's private
T ' Museum of Anatomy and
know thyself, in health and disease. Ad.
mission free. Consultation free. If un
able to call, write for list of questions.
Office hours A. M. to 5 P. M.; Sun
days 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
128a Second St., Cor. of Alder,
Portland. Orcsss.
C. Gee Wo
This grant ChtnM
doctor la wall known
Ihronshont tte.
Kortbwest bscsum
of bis wonderful
tad mtrrtloui cur i
snd Is today her
alded bF all his
patients as ths
rreataat of his kind. Hs treats soy
snd alt disss -with powerful Chtaea.
roots, herbs and barks that sr entirely
unknown to ths medical science 'of this
country. Wlth thaa. bimlm rsmadlss
ha m&rantaes to enrs catarrh, nathmn.
Ions; troubles, rheumatism, smtooomm,
tomnch, liver nnd kidney troubles, aise
private diseases of men nnd
Patients outside of city writs for
blanks snd circulars. Inclose 4a stamp.
The C Gee Wo Medicine Co.
162V4 Xlrst St.. Xear Marrlsasw
Portland. Or.
Showing the Interest
ing and Instructive
Wonders of Science
On the Coast
Come and Be Taught How Won
derfully You Are Made, and How to
Avoid Disease and Sickness.
We have spared no time or ex
pense In establishing- our new Port
land Museum of Anatomy and Sci
ence, which is now open to receive
visitors. We are showing: over
600 pieces, including wax and plaa--rv
models, skeletons, skulls, im
ported French papier mache work,
etc: also many natural specimens
preserved In alcohol. The Dr. Tay
lor Co. is well known as the largest
and most reliable concern In its
particular field on the Coast, and
the greatest care, has been exercised
in the arrangement of the collection
to exclude anything; calculated to
shock or Intimidate the most sus
ceptible; and no indecent models of
any kind are shown. Just as our
methods of treatment are In a dis
tinct and superior class, so also Is
our Museum so far superior to any
thing: else In the line ever shown
here that there is absolutely no
. comparison.
! - -
9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Sundays 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
schools. She left yesterday for the
Nebraska Land Thieves to Jail.
ST. PAUL, Dec. 4. Bartlett Richarls,
president of the Nebraska Land A Feed
The Assurances and Safeguards on 'Which I Cure
Ailments, There Would Be No Faltering
in-Coming to "Me for Treatment.
Are You
My Motto: The best treatment at Reasonable
Prices. .
Don't give up before consulting me. Call at once
if in trouble.
GUARANTEED CURES Many patients have
told me, after I cured them, that they hesitated at
first to come, on account of never having received
relief elsewhere, and they had almost become' so
skeptical as to think there was no cure for them. I
want an opportunity to treat just such men, ' and it
Though My Experience is
Vastly Better, My Fees
Are Really Less Than the
Average Doctor Charges
,rT.llevalu of "Perience depends not so much
vea 1? ,vIam as upon its quality. A thousand
Inaccurate practice would make no physi
Sonslrt?! T"clenV.. Thou-h rny experience is
thn? ? L,in-,uant,t'-Jt" value, lies in the fact
11 " "Peence of the highest order experl
?ti?fqUlred thruh careful and conscientious
?oro ?At liJ " 8?lent,ti y unapproached
r??"aof Permanent cures. I have for twentv-five
years hanh.?n ,?n.Jdl,BO,r,de7 peculiar to men. and each one of these,
years has been crowded full of careful study and sound good experience.
TKe Leading, Longest Established
and Most Reliable
Men's Specialists on trie Coast
Offices in Seattle. Portland. San
Francisco. Los Angeles. Spokane.
You Pay When Cured
No dangerous nostrums to drive
the virus to the Interior, but harm
less, blood-cleansing remedies that
remove the last taint.
Absolutely painless treatment that
cures completely in one week. In
vestigate my method. It ta the only
thoroughly scientific treatment for
this disorder being employed.
My colored charts, showing the
male anatomy and affording an in
teresting study In men's ailments,
will be given free upon application.
In all my work I am thorough,
painstaking, and careful to give Just
the right treatment required in each
individual case. For 25 years I have
. Consultation and Diagnosis Free
I do not charge for advice, examination or diagnosis. If you call for a
private talk with me, you will not be urged to begin treatment. If im
possible to call, write.
Office hours 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.; Sundays, 10 to 1 only.
234 1-2 Morrison St.
ing Company; Will G. Comstock, vice
president; Charles J. Jameson, secretary
treasurer, and s, number of others inter
ested in alleged land frauds against the
Government,- will 'have to serve Jail sen
tences . ranging from six months to one
year and pay fines of from $S00 to $1600,
I want to talk to every sufferer from Blood Ailments, Nervo-VJtal
.Debility, "Varicose Veins,' Piles, Kidney, Bladder and all ailments
peculiar to men. The fact that you have treated elsewhere without
benefit and are skeptical does not discourage me in the least; nearly
all my patients tell of this same experience. I am curing these men
every day, and feel sure I can do the same for you. I especially solicit
these stubborn, chronic, seemingly incurable cases. Men who realize
the seriousness and gravity of their condition, and will appreciate
benefits conferred and the lasting cure I give, come to me for free
consultation. I will then explain how different, better and more
curative are my methods of treatment than those possessed by others.
My special training and long years of experience in treating all
Chronic, Nervous,
Blood and Special Ailments
of Men give me many advantages over the ordinary physician. If
afflicted, it is well worth your while to come hundreds of miles to
consult me, rather than subject yourself to dangerous experimental
treatment at the hands of some self-styled specialist in some nearer
small town. 'These specialists have never received special knowledge,
possess no curative power and are not true specialists in the proper
sense of the word. Men come to me from every state in' the Union,
and not one has ever had cause to regret. My sympathy is enlisted
with every patient. The curing and building up of weak, broken
down men is my life work. The welfare and cure of my patients is
my only thought. My financial condition makes the fee a secondary
consideration. In this I differ widely from the doctor who thinks
only of his fee and cares nothing for the suffering of his fellow-men.
Investigate before treating elsewhere ; it may save you many years of
suffering and be the means of changing your whole future.
a Wreck or a Man?
makes no difference about the financial part, as I
never accept pay for my services until I accomplish
a cure, if there is any doubt about the case being
curable by my methods, provided I am satisfied the
patient is sincere and reliable.
My consultation and advice is always free,
whether you take treatment or not. If you cannot
call at office, write for self-examination blank.
Many cases cured at home. Office hours, 9 A. M. to
8 P. M. Sundays, 10 to 12. All correspondence in
plain envelopes. Address letters to
The Leading Specialist.
been proving my ability, and my
business methods have always been
strictly reliable. My treatment is as
correct as modern science, can make
It. Others may offer inducements,
such as cheap treatment or quick
treatment, but my foremost claim is
for thoroughness, which in the long
run IN EVERT CASE means the
cheapest and best.
You can depend upon a quick and
thorough cure by my treatment. A
quick cure is desirable, because a
slow cure Is apt to be no curt) at all,
and a chronic development will come
later. I cure you beyond the possi
bility of a relapse, and In half the
usual time required.
Often the condition appearing to
be the chief disorder is only a reflex
ailment resulting from some other
disorder. Low vitality sometimes
comes from varicose veins; skin and
bone disorders result from blood
ailments, and physical and mental
troubles follow long-standing dis
orders. My long experience in
treating men enables me to deter
mine the exact conditions that exist
and to treat accordingly, thus re
moving every damaging cause and
its effects.
Portland, Or.
according to an opinion handed down to
day by United States Judge Hook.
The Nebraska Land & Feeding Com
pany had 30,000 acres of' land, much of it
belonging to the Government, under fence.
London public schools taught more than
3on children to swim last year.
230, Yamhill St
Portland, Or.