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TITE SUNDAY OI?EGONTAN POKTLAXD, XOYE3IBER 12, 1911.
PORT WIHS FIRST
French. Bark Joinville Takes
Advantage of Lower Tow
RIVALS NOW STAND EVEN
TufT Sound T a it boat Company Re
cetitly Secured Towajre on Ship
After Opporftlorn Had Pot
Pilot on Board. .
In the flrt bid for business tmdr th
rMurtlon of IS pr rent of tott
tarfffa authorised at a ..rectal meeting
rt th Port of Portland CnmmiMloo
Tuiajr. th municipal fleet at th
mouth of the Vlumbta hm been vlc
trlou orrr that of th Puret Sound
TnKtnt Company, as tha master of
tha French bark JolnTlIIe. arriving yes
terday from Bristol, accepted the lower
rata after Tilot Mathrw?, reprent.njc
Ih fur boat concern, bad boarded tha
Tha tuar Tatoosh was tha flrxt to
reach tha vessrt. acrordins; to a report
made last evening to Harry Campion,
superintendent of ptlotasje and towage
for the Commits. on. and IMlot Mathews
rlimhed aboard. When the tu Wal
lula hailed the Joinville and Pilot Nolan
quo'ed a 23 per rent reduction of tha
tariff, he was Invlf-d on deck and
Drought the sallfr Into tha river.
Fortunately for the- port, the Jotn
rllle was not ane of the ships con
tracted for by the Pusret tfound Tuarboat
Company, which is alieard to have ac
cepted agreements for to wage and
pilotage under a reduction of 6 per
cent. Recently the Port of Portland
loHt the towage on a ship after get
ting a pilot on deck and she was towed
In by the opposition, so the account
Is squared between the warring crews.
The JotRTille Is the only carrier
tinted from Bristol, tine Is in general
cargo and sailed June S. arriving at
llobart September IS and proceeded. A
three-masted bark w.ia reported off the
river Friday evening and It Is sup
(oiied to hv been the Joinville. as
roagh conditions at the entrance pre
vented her from crossing In.
The Joinville will load with wheat
for the t'nlted Kingdom, but will ferob
ably sail with the Iecember fleet. The
French ship Ua Banche has finished
Iorltng what and cleared yesterday
for Uueenstown. Falmouth or Plymouth
fr order with 117.4) bushels Values'
OlFSTER HAS MADE HISTORY
.latka Stramrra Unlit on I.lnea of
Light Draft Modrl.
On the ways at tha yards of Joseph
P'ipp'e Is the parent of between Zi and
8 siern wheelers that hava been sent
during- te past few yeara to Alaskan
rivers. It Is the steamer Chester, a
rraft that was rated as harlnr the
Jlahtest draft In tha world at the time
of her launrhlnr. IS years ago. when l
aha drew bnt 7 1 Inrhea. since aha '
first took the water the aldra of her I
rahln on the main deck have been
Inclosed and nn the apper deck more
heu.e was added, ao that now aha
rrnt-sbly draws li Inches.
It was predicted when tha Chester
churned the waters ct the Willamette
on her maiden trip, that aha would
rmt be above the surface longer than a
year. She not only o,utllved the fore
cast, hut la said to have paid for her
e!f many times and aolved the ques
tion of navigation on the turbulent
waters of the Cowtltx. Today she re
tains virtually tre same material In
her hull as when built, as all her bot
tom planke are untouched and only a
few have been replaced above the wat
er line. From her general model were
patterned the steamers Tanana. Koyu
kuk and others shipped to Alaska In
"knocked -down"' form. Their ownera
Include tha Ouggenhelms. a company
formed by members of Tammany Hall,
and owners of other concerns.
M.FMIXC JiEFKINO POINTERS
Im AnjrHca llartior ComnilnsloncT
Studies Port System.
A. P. Fleming, secretary of tha Los
Anges lltrhor Commission, which I as
undertaken the Improvement of tha
Sn fv.!r charnei and basin and where
a large dredging project la under way.
Is in the citv In a tour of Northern
Prta he Is making to fam!!l.Tlre him
self with various methods In vogue for
marine rosd betterments, dock facili
ties and oft:er details. He Is piloted
bv Tort of Portland Commissioners and
;neral Manager Talbot.
Mr. Fleming will proceed to Puget
Siound nest meek. He waa on. of the
foremost workers on tha San Pedro
harbor anlrpri!ia when that d!trlrt j
was taken Into tha corporate limits of
!a Acaeles. the connect in ic link be
Ins; what la termed the "shoe string;"
at np. a narrow belt that extends from
tha boundarr of ITe Angeles proper
to the sea. The cornmerca of the port
hit Increased materially during; tha laet
five years and every effort Is made to
rerfevt the ork tinker wav fT the re.
crptlon of Panama CanaJ business.
DREDGE AWARD IS PEf-AYKD
Minor Change to Be Made In Ce of
ftmml5ioner Inman anl Shaver,
a ttn tntUlnc Kncineer I.oi k wood
and lieneral M.inaRtT Tatbot. of tha
lvrt of Portland "ommtsaton. have
ranvaaaed bids submitted Thursdar for
buildlnc a Meel suitton dredge of tha
.m dimensions a tlia t'olumbla, but
are rot reafy t. report to the loard.
owlnc to chanres .i?ei'tod In paint
ti e used fr the Interior of the hull.
Am the Willamette Iron aV Steel Works
filed the lovre-t tenIrr. f:3.009. offi
r!al of the corporation have been asked
to name a near flcure covering the
paint, and that Is expected to be re
Included in the contract ara 9 pon
toons for the pipeline. They probably
will be constructed under a subcon
tract, as thy are to be of mood. Tha
ouetlon of tmtlrflnir a tnr to act as
tender to ti e new drodtrc l;aa not been
definitely ?Aed on, hut will ba taken
up later. The dredge may ba avail
able for channel operations by tha
ttroa tha li:-U cereal season Is under
MXAMA HVT WOllX IV STORM
Miipbuililrr "Cnnl 1 1 railed" IXpile
Sherman W. Walker, of Supple s ship,
lards, "put on over yesterday on
Port. and leader of fashion who decry
tha oe of straw hats after September T
30. He wore a Panama Ud from his '
Sunnvslrie home to the yarda at the ;
foot of Morrison street, unconscious of
what his fellow passenirere on the car
thouicht of hla chapcau In Ilia snow
When Walker reached the yards aa
ancient mariner remarked that even at
aea ther would not permit atraw near
to be worn In November. And he real
ised for the first time that he was out
of season. Before starting for work I
Mr. Walker had been engaged in car- ,
Ins; for plants In his greenhouse, and
the straw hat Is part of hla working
garb there. Under the spell of the
greenhouse warmth, be thouicht naught
of hla out-of-date beadgear aa ha raced
f'r tha car.
Tat Hamulus to Be Released.
APTORTA. Or. Nor. 11. (Special. -
Captain Tltchworth, master of the tua
JVava. Fraa Data
Wf H. cimora.Tiiismoak.... In port
Tma:paia. ... -3aa FYsniaco In port
ber fa Pare... In port
avviI Jiaadoa. ..... Nov. 13
Coldea Gate. .. Tillamook.... No. 13
BraSwatar. .. .(.ooa Ba.... Nov. 13
ALlaacs Eureka. ... Ntw. It
ItMiok. ..... n LHo.... Nov. IS
PnciT......han Pt4TS...N. 14
Tt la moo k mn!fn Not. 15
Fa. cut. ....... Baa rnadsce Nov. 14
P?f Saa Pedro. . Nov. 19
Ceo. W. Elder. tnage... Nov. 30
... JUoitoB...... N
... fk f'.drv. ..
. Tli:iniA.k .. Nov.
. . n Frmnr).r Not.
Stt H Elxnore. Tillamook..,. 5
AKIaa-. Fur.k ..... Not.
& roak water. . .Coo. Ray. ... . Nov.
P 'ORAk.. ..... saa Dl.se..., Nov.
Tr.l.mook. . . . F.ndon ..Nov.
ttoMCitr sanp.dm. Nov.
PaJcoa Faa Praodars Nov.
f'. W. Elder. .n Dttc.. ... Not
Boavor Baa Pdro. ... Nov.
Dauntless, that n libeled yesterday
in a lull Drought by tha Hammond
Lumber Company to recover about S71
I'M" for the loss of the piling raft that
wt.a wrecked on Peacock Spit, haa re
ceired word from the ownera that Ui
craft probably will be released on
bonds next Monday ao that she can
proceed to ban Francisco.
J. K. Conway, chief constructing en
gineer of tha Bureau of Lighthouses,
who left Seattle last week aboard tha
tender Mansanlta for a tour of atatlona
aa far south aa tba Columbia River,
reached the city by rail yesterday from
Neah Bay. where the Mansanlta la
Captain J. E. Copeland. of the tug
Paniel Kern, whose license was sua
pended for a period of Ave daya by
Local Inspectors Edwards and Fuller,
on hla admission that ha had "cross
signaled" the steamer Geo. W. Elder
recently, resumed command of tha Kern
yesterday, succeeding; Captain K. B.
Lumber laden for the Golden Gate,
tha steamer Hoquiam left down from
the rortlund mill laat evening. The
steamer Shoshone la to proceed to aea
today from Oak Point with .a cargo
for San Francisco, and the Taznajpata
la to aall tomorrow.
Advlcea have been received that tha
Bank Line ateamer Sirverlc aalled from
Yokohama November S with S4U0 tons
of cargo, of which SZ40 tona are for
Portlund and northern consignees and
the remainder la destined for overland
pointa. She la due at Victoria Novem
Captain Parsons, of tha Port of Port
land tug Wallula, haa received an offl-
rial communication thanking him for
having towed Into tha river the Inner
bar buoy recently, after It had drifted
1 rollea to aea. The lighthouse service
111 reset the can. which Is held at
Laden with 77.!4 feet of lumber,
valued at 114.31s. the British schooner
Pavld Evan la to leave down from St.
Johns today tn tow of the steamer
Ocklahama. bound for Osaka. Japan.
When tba Evana arrived from Koba
last month aha brought to Astoria
members of the crew of tha schooner
William Nottingham, which waa aban
doned at sea and waa later towed Into
the river by the tug Wallula.
Movement of Vessels.
PmtTl.AND. Nov H. Arrived Sieamer
f-hASta. from Fan Krancl.co; etramrr Tiver
ton, trom San Fnclco; steamer Wssh
trn.w. from Port l.n Luis; t-.ro.r flu. H,
Klmore. from Tillamook; st.amer Casco.
from e.o Frsocit-o. eAl.ed oiur Uo
qulam. for S.n Francisco.
Ast-irli. Nov. 11. lft np at 3 A. M..
st.amer :hat.. hailed at a A. M.. steam,
rr N:iim. for ..a I'rancltco. Armed at
A. M. and left up at to a. at., ifrtmrr
Tlv.rion. from F.n Krsnc.ro. Fared St
t . 1 i a. M.. .t-arr..r Johan 1'oul.en. for Fa
Frn;:-o. Hail -a at A. AJ.. ateamT ioiiin
f.at for Ttt'.amiMili. iai.'d at 1 A. M
tarnr ("tlartl, tor Haq f rinmra Arrive!
at J.l P. H., stramt r Whtna, from
ion tan l.uta. Arrtrod at 4: JO P. il..
Frvnr-h bark Jomvlll, from Bristol. Lft up
at 2 I. M . it'imer Washtenaw; at 4 P.
M. atramrr Kim or,
Avoi-l. Nov. la Arrtvd at 6:30 and lft
up at lu 30 P. M . tti.mr Caaco. frnxn Sta
Kran'ta-o. Arrlv-'d Steamer tihaaia. from
fan Kranciii-o, Not. 1 1. Arrird at 4 A.
M-. ataifr IWatcr. from I'ortiand. Palled
it 1 r. M, at Muirr Nnrthiaivt. for Portland.
Arrived a 3 P. il.. team-r Maverick, froro
Portlvnd. St!d laat nlrht. steamers To
:n!t4 and t'rl-. tor Portland. Arrived
('.earner Kae 0 from iSan P!r: at M
P. M . .-ainer Kalron. from Portland.
Cooa H r. .-. 11 Arrived laat Blcbt
turner A.iian. from Eureka.
; in Frnt:li o. Nov. 1 1. Arrived f team
era ittr of I'tirb!. from Victoria; Baer,
Kalcon. Ii4rmit'in, from Portland; Kedon-
. fram I'nn IlavV- I na-a n t r.im 1 . n I : a
Mvri. - t. from Aamria; Marttlaaw Htvar!
k::iea. Failtd Ht earners Tahoa. for Cray a
Harhor; F. l-ooi. for Antoria- Montana,
PreaMnt. fir Beattla, N'orthianJ. for Port
land: Jutnault, for TCIMapa; Brooklyn, for
Kea:t:e, Nov. 7 1 Arrived Strainer TTma
tl'Ia, from Haa Fraprieoo; "ol. H. L. Drakt
and barr tA. from Pan FYanrlaro; ateamer
Kurhivcn, from Han rranclaco: ateamer
kumrlr, from Yokohama. raTd Steam
er Governor, for San Pr inciti o; steamer
toraTla. for Junu; ateamer Humboldt, for
hkafwav: ateamer PaJrhavea. for Port Gam
ble. tamr M. F. Plant, for Fan FTanriaco;
earner CurtcaA for rkaawajr; ateamer CoU
IL L. Drake, lor Ticom.
Tldea at Aatorla Hand ay.
A. II feet 1I;40 A, M....A.1 fet
i:lO P. 34 T 7 foet
COLLEGE GETS 100 INSECTS
Colltxtion of Philippine) Bars Se?nt
to Corralli Institution.
ORK'IOS AORICTLTl'RAL, COLLEGE.
rorvailtsC Nv. 11. i Special. I The
splenrtul collection of Insects belong
ing to the department of semlogy and
entomology of tlie Oregon Agricultural
College ha been augumented within
the past few daya hy the gift from
Professor E. M. Ledyard, of the Uni
versity of the Philippines, of 100 In
sevts from the Philippine Islands. Th
new addition to the collection will be
on exhibition at the entomological lab.
Professor K. M. Ledyard la the head
of the entomological department tn the
University of the Philippine. College
of Agriculture at Loa Vanos. p. I. In
his deslra to build up the collection at
Los Vanos he proposes to exchange
apeclments with the local department.
Portland Rratanrant Roopms.
The Portland Itestaurant. formerly
Io-ated at JOS Washington street, will
reopen this morning at 344 Washing,
ton street, above Seventh street. Quick
aervlce. popular prlcea and American
Rail Rates Shown to Be Lower
Than Water Routes.
ERIE COURSE COMPARED
Tran-aoontlnentaJ Lines Prepare) to
Hold Trmffic AgaJrvst Possible In
roads of Panama Cut-Off.
Heavy Conunodltlea Factor.
A comparison of tha cost of trans
portation by canal and by rail recently
oompleted by the bureau of railway
economics of tha Department of Com
merce and Labor shows that tha oost
tha ton mile on the Erla Canal la s.l
mills, while tha rail average for tha
United State aa a whole la 7.6S mllli
a notable difference In favor of the
This Information Is interesting to
shipper In view of the approaching
completion of the Panama Canal. Rail
road men hare been making a study of
the situation In the endeavor to devls
a scheme whereby the oost of tranecon
tlnental shipments by rail can be made
lower than the lowest possible rat
through the canal.
Sine 1SS3 the. canals of the state of
New York have been maintained and
operated at tho expense of tha state
for the free passage of boarts, the only
charges paid by the shipper by canal
being those of the boatmen for con
veyance. Official data Indicate that
up to' 1905 the cost of the Erie Canal
was about SS7.S00.000. or ll!.00 the
I'aaeea) Biggest Factor.
If only 4 per cent be allowed for
Interest charges and extraordinary re
pairs and depreciation on the Erie
Canal and Its total cost be taken at
only $55,000,000. the annual fixed
charges for these purposes Is (2.300,000.
This may be termed the aggregate cost
of capital reduced to an annual basis.
As nearly as can be computed the
expense of maintaining the Erie Canal
for the year 1909 waa 1672.105. The
average ton-mile charge made by boat
men for conveyance of traffic over the
Erie Canal Is 1 mills. A liberal esti
mate of the traffic nn the Erie Canal for
the year 1909 Is 435.000,000 ton miles.
Apportionment nf the aggregate an
nual cost of capital to this ton mileage
gives 1 01 mills the ton mile. The
cost of maintenance likewise appor
tioned gives 1.55 mills the ton mile.
These Items, added to the Immediate
charge for conveyance of 2 mills, males
the total coat of transportation of
freight on the Erie Canal S.61 mills
the ton mile.
Rail Rate Lower.
For the same year. 1909. the average
freight receipts were 2 mills the ton
mile by the New York Central. (.1 mills
by the Erie. 7.4 mills by tha Lacka
wanna and 14 mills by the Lehigh
Valley Railroad. Tha cost of trans
portation on the Erla Canal exceeds
any of these items.
The average rail recelpta, moreover.
Include returns from high-grade mer
chandise such as is not carried In any
quantity on tha Erla Canal. The traffic
on the Erie Canal la composed prin
cipally of grain, lumber. Iron, Iron ore,
stone and coal. The recelpta of tha
railwaya from such trafflo ara lower
than the average reoelpta. and therefore
the ratio of rail recelpta to oanal re
celpta on tha kind of traffic that la
carried by canal Is lowerthan these
The railwaya moreover, are In aerv
Ice all of the time while the cannl is
Idle an average of four and a half
month of the year.
MARTYRS BORNE IN MIND
JI !bernlan to Honor Memory
Manchester Heroes Monday.
Division No. 1, Ancient Order of
Hibernians, will hold memorial exer
cise a In honor of Allen, Larkln and
O'Brien, tha Manchester martyra, No
vember 20. The ezerclaea will ba held
In Woodmen of the World Hall t US
Eleventh street. An appropriate musi
cal programme has been arranged for
the even in it.
The orator of the evening; will be
Joseph Mannlx, late of Near York, but
now a resident or roruana. Tie nas
Ions; been Interested In Irish history.
The prosrramme follows: Opening;
remarks. T. J. Murphy ; selection of
Irish airs. Miss Mary Barrett; baritone
solo. A. B. Cain ; soprano solo, Mrs.
Frank Ruckert; tenor solo, F. 8.
Pierce; soprano solo. Mrs. Walter
tSheasffren; address. Joneph Man nix;
bass solo, Frank D. Hennesny; alto
nolo, Mrs. W J. Smith; tenor solo,
The committee havlna the affair In
chance la composed of W. P. Llllla,
P. V. Lane, Dan Surran, P. J. Smyth
and F. Mai Ion.
TWO REUNITED IN COURT
Wife FterglTf Sponaa Whrn He)
Glvea Hlmaelf to lord.
"Whaf tha charge against thl
man r" asked Judge Taxweil, when
Charlee W. Wright, a paJe and haga-ard
cow dweller, appeared In Municipal
"Well, your honor." replied Delia
Wright, wife of tha prieoner. "wa wer
carrying a stick of eordwood. Into tha
house, and my end became too heavy
I Cure Men
IS MY FEE
Pay When Cured
(id eral Debility,
Weak sert fs, la
overwork, etc. Ail-
ments of Bladder and K I 4 a y a,
Varleoae Veins, ejnlrklr aad ser.
aaaaeMtly fared at amall eipsH,
I cure such allmente aa Varicose
Veins. Piles. Specific Blood Poison,
etc., completely and permanently,
often with only a single treatment.
Office hours A. M. to P. M.
Sundays. 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. only.
PACIFIC COAST MEDICAL CO.
S34H Waahtaartom St, Coraar First,
strict diet. PhTSle.nutTitlr. Sal-&ano re
mnvM all irmsln'nl of the dlstS4 produces
g.ta In weicht. inuicle and a.rvs power and
energy. At leading druggista.
SAL-SAN O CO..
SJVi W. Bisailasy. Writs Imr beokla. It. T.
No Detention From Occupation
DR. A. G. SMITH.
The Lreadlaa; ielalUt.
I am m reartatered aad Hoeaaipd
phralrtao con fin I na: mr a peel a I
pranloe to Ike allmenla of I
hmvm more money inveated la my
eMtabllaameat tkaa all other Port
land aaeclallato eomblned.
I publish my true photograph,
rorrect name, personally conduct
my office, I am the most success
ful and reliable, as medical cre
dentials and press records prove.
I make this statement so that you
will know you consult a true spe
cialist, who sees and treats' pa
tients personally. I possess skill
and experience, acquired In such a
way that no other can share.
A thorough investigation should
be made hy every ailing' man as to
the specialist he consults. Duty
and destiny to self and those who
depend upon you demand the best
medical attention. I have the abil
ity and I can (rive you this service.
I have always charged a very rea-.
sonable fee. so that my services
may be obtained by any man who
sincerely desires to be cured. I
make no misleading- statements or
neither do I desire to be particu
larly Independent, and X would like
to have you for a patient. If you
will come to me on a strictly pro
fessional basis, and the induce
ments that I offer, which are my
ability and twenty years success
ful experience, time-saving treat
ment and guarantee of cure of cer
NO M O N K Y REQHRED TO
CO M M K NC E TRE ATM K XT. Many
patient have no confidence In
their doctor because he demands
pay jAefore a cure has been effect
ed, and there are many who have
been misinformed about their con
dition, or through unsuccessful
treatment have become skeptical
and think there is no c u f for
them. I want an opportunity to
treat such cases. It makes no dif
ference about the- financial part,
as I accept pay for my services as
benefits are derived, when I am
satisfied the patient is reliable.
Health Is capital at interest. I
will prove my ability to cure you
before asking pay for my profes
WRTTTEV GtARATTEE Dr. Smith's written g-uarantee means a cure
or no pay for services. I guarantee to cure certain ailments or refund
everv dollar vou have paid me for my services. My services cost you
nothing unless I cure your Varicose Veins, Hernia, Piles, Fistula. Blood
IHsorders. or anv ailment I guarantee to cure. My terms are reasonable
and no more than you are able and willing to pay for benefits.
Oflce hours 9 A. M. to S P. M. Sundays. 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
Doctor A. G. Smith
EVnUNCE 3S4H MORRISOJf STREET, PORTUAJTO, OR.
and I dropped it. and ha alapped me."
"But I'll never do it again," pleaded
the recalcitrant spouse.
"AH right then." responded hi wife,
hesitatingly. "Give yourself to the
Lord and I'll take you back this time."
For answer Wright extended his
hands and th two met In loving em
brace. "Sentence suspended. Next!" said
New School Nears Completion.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or.. Nov. 11.
CURES FOR MEN
MEN READ WHAT OUR PATIENTS BAT. Tha original, with hundreds of others
on Vila Id our office. No names or addresses revealed, as our deallnss with our
natlents sre jsrr.dly confidential. The., and many other MEN have been cured or
WEAKNESS AND AILMENTS peculiar to their sex after other speclallata had failed
to ev.a lv. re Uet. READ and be conrlnc.d:
Ore. Medical Institute, Portland Oen
tlemen: It Is some time .Ince I rsll.d
at your office. At that time you ald I
was curel. hlch 1 am. I you 112
and would Ilk. to .ttle with you. but
can't now. but will In a week. You did
a nice niece of work when you made me
a healthy man assln. and I wlil clsdlr
recommend ou to all w.ak and ufTer
lns men. tSlsn.d) . 3.
Heppner. Or.. July ?I. 1911. Ore.
Medical Institute Genu: I have nlnlahed
th. ls.t treatment. I hsv. improved
greatly this month and think another
month will cure me. although I was In
a t.rrlbl. condition at flrat.
ED. R. C.
Chehall. Wash. Dear Doctors: I am
cured up now. Z don't have any trouble
at n!ht and my bladder Is all rlrht. In
fact, 1 fwl Ilk. a n.w man. I am not
tlr.d In th mornlncs and the dark cir
cles under my eyes are (olnc away.
Slsned) O. M.
Dunsmulr. Cal.. May 2. IML Dear
Doctor: I am f.ellns better than I have
for a rar. I can discover no troubl.
whatever now. I have nothing hut
nrali. for your Institution. A. O. M.
Hlll.boro. Or.. April IT. 1011. Ore.
Medical Institute Than, to your skil
full treatment I cannot notice any bad
symptoms. I assln extend my sincere
thsnks to you all and shall always re
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Salem. Or. Ore. Medical Institute
T received your letter. I am entirely well
and need no more treatment. I thank
you very much for what you have done
for ms and th way that youur.dma.
Portland. Or. D.ar Doctor: Tour let
ter received. Doctor. I think I am cur.d.
Th. trouble has stopped completely and
thank you tor your kindness. I will
ca:l and pay you as soon as possible.
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us you cannot lose anything, because we
Remember, we have been here for years, are permanently located. Incorporated
and licensed under the ltvi of Oregon to conduct and operate a Medical Institute,
Sanitarium and Hospital for the treatment of Men's Aliments. Our staff of phy
sicians are graduates from the leading colleges In Europe and the United States
CURES GUARANTEED. PAT WHEX CURED.
MEN. IF IN TROUBLE, CONSULT U TODAY. If you cannot call, write
for free book and self -examination blank. Many esses cured at borne. Hours
0 A. aU. to 8 P. M. Sundays. 10 to 12.
OREGON MEDICAL INSTITUTE
lltt MORRISOX ST., BETWEEX FOCBTH ASD FIFTH. PORTXA3JD, OR.
' NO SEVERE OPERATIONS.
MA NT CASES PERMANENTLY
CURED IX ONE TREATMENT.
MOST TIME-SAVING, MOST NAT
URAL. MOST SAFE. A RADICAL
AND PERMANENT CURE. I
GIVE MY WORD AND WILL CITE .
YOU TO OTHER MEDICAL AU
THORITIES THAT THIS 13 A
FACT. I AM CERTAINLY PRE
PARED TO CURE BY EXPERI
ENCE AND EQUIPMENT. WHICH
ARE THE KEYSTONE TO SUC
CESS I HAVE THE REST
EQUIPPED MEDICAL OFFICE ON
I Invite you to coma to my of
floe. I will explain to you my
treatment for Varicose Veins, Her
nia, "Nervous Debility. Blood Dis
orders. Piles. Fistula, Bladder. Kid
ney, and all Men's Ailments, and
s;lve you FREE a physical examin
ation: If necessary a microscopical
and chemical a n a 1 y 1 of secre
tions to determine pathological
and bacteriological conditions.
Every person should take advan
tage of thla opportunity to learn
their true condition. A permanent
cure Is what you want.
COGESTEO VErXS y
Impair vitality. I dally demonstrate
that varicose veins -can be cured
In nearly all cases by one treat
ment, in such a satisfactory way
that the vital parta are preserved
and strengthened, pain ceases,
swelling subsides, a healthy circu
i.inn i. r.nldlv re-establ Ished. In-
f stead of the depressing conditions.
I guarantee you i-ur.
cured or refund the money.
KIDXET AI BLADDER
With these ailments you may
have more compllcationa than are
presented by any other ailing or
gans. By my searching Illumina
tion of the bladder I determine ac
curately the ailment, and by micro
scopical examination anel urinalysis
I make doubly sure the condition
of the kidneys. thu laying foun
dations for eclenttfij treatment.
HW6" FOR BLOOD DISORDERS.
I use Professor Ehrlich's wonder
ful new discovery, "606." In cases of
Specific Blood Disorders. It cures,
and Is the greatest marvel of medi
cal science. This new remedy has
been successfully used rn thousands
of cases. Let me explain It to you.
I have long been a close student
of the condition known as Nervous
Debility in men. Sufferers from
this trouble are nearly always told
by their family physician that there
is no help; that it means wornout
nature, and that some powerful
stimulant for temporary effect Is
the only help. I go deeper Into the
cause of the trouble and usually
find a deranged or damaged local
condition responsible As long aa
a mtin lives he should b as strong
In every vital function as he is
phvsically constituted. I have a
scientific, powerful and permanent
treatment for you which is as nat
ural and direct as It Is efficient.
Why treat with Irresponsibles .
when vou can secure the expert
service's of a responsible specialist?
See me If you have any of the
following ailments: Varlcoae VWna,
!--. Blood and Sfcla Ailments,
Bladder tronWea, Eruptions Ulcers,
Piles or Fistula.
fSDeclaL) J. H. Garrett has complet
ed his work on the new Merrill school
building, which cost $16,689. The
building Is modern in every respect
and, while only two rooms have been
completed thla .Fall to relieve tne con
gestion In the other building, the re
mainder will be taken up and finished
later. As soon as furniture arrives the
two rooms will receive claases.
Pianos rented, $3, 4 and to per
month. Free drayage. Kohler & Chase,
ST5 Washington street. "
do not charge for failure, but only for
permanent curee. Therefore, you nouId
certalnlv. In dutv to vourself, JWE8TI
GATK OI K METHQJ,. which are totally
different from thoi of any other spe
cialist, before you place your case else
where. Our charge are the most reaaonalU
of any reliable specialist west of New
York, and we will arrange terms so that
any man can place hla case with ua and
receive a cure.
CHARGE FOR CURES ONLY
Many patient haro told us alter we
cured them, that ther hesitated at first
to ootne on account of never haTing re
ceived relief eisewhere, and they bad
almost become se skeptical aa to think
there waa no onre for them. We want
aa opportunity to treat Just such men,
and It make ao difference about the
financial part, as wa nerer accept pay
for our services until we accomplish a
cure. If there I any doubt about the
case being curable by our methods, pro
Tided we are satisfied the patient U sin
cere and reliable.
are usually found on left si da Symp
toms Aching or pain In groin or bark,
nervousness, weakness, loss of vitality,
Jack of ambition and wasting. We cure
varicose enlargement by one treatment
In one visit, without a severe surgical
operation or suffering, or keeping you
away from business.
KIDNTCY A5D BLADDER TROUBLES.
Obstruction, Straining, pain In Back. En
Urged Glands, Nervousness, Swelling,
We can stop these symptoms right
away and they won't come back, because
the cause of them is done away with
by a cure being effected. We don't use
strong, painful, injurious Injections that
do great harm. Our method cures with
out pain, gives Immediate benefits and a
Specific Blood Poison
Cured hi One Treat incut by the German
Method of Injection, the Greatest Dis
covery of the Age. You need not now
take injurious medicines for years. The
symptoms, such as, sores in the month,
throat and tongue, fulling hair, blotches
and sores, begin to disappear in IS hoars.
A STRAIGHT TALK TO MEN
By C. K. Holsman, M.D., the Leading Specialist
I am an expert specialist treating ail
ments of men exclusively. I own my
own office and equipment, publish my
true photograph, and personally super
vise the treatment of aU patients from
the time they come to me until they are
discharged aa cured. Although my time
Is fully occupied from earlv morn until
late at night in looking after the wants
or my patients and in administering my
Tec4al treatment for Blood Poison. Vari-
cose Veins and other diseases, I always
taKe pleasure in consulting with new
In offering my services to the afflicted
I am giving you the BEST that can be
' hsd anywhere. My experience and repu
tation for the past 18 years can leave
no doubt as to my ability, honesty and
Integrity and should be sufficient to
convince the most skeptical that I am
the FOREMOST and LEADING Special
ist In Portland. I possess skill and ex
perience acauired In such a way that
no other can share it and should not
be classed with Inexperienced doctors
A thorough Investigation should be
made by every ailing man as to the
specialist he consults. Duty and destiny
tn a) f anrl fhnaa i n rlananil linon VOU
demand the best medical attention. I
have the ability and can give you this
service. I have always charged a very
reasonable fee. so mat my services may .
be obtained by any man who sincerely , C. K. HOLSMAN. M. U-
desires to be cured. I make no misleading statements, false promises or un
businesslike propositions. I would like to have you for a patient If you will
come to me on a strictly professional basis, accepting Inducements that I offer,
which are my ability. 18 years successful experience, time saving treatment
and cure of certain diseases.
My Positive Cure for
Every weak man is eager to have his
strength and vitality restored. It's
man's greatest pride to BE A MAN.
yet It Is a scientific fact that few men
need be weak. In nearly every case
lost vigor can be easily arid quickly
overcome. There are many distinct lo
cal causes undermining man's vitality
and these nerve-racking' ailments can
not go on forever without producing
serious or' Irreparable damage. With
strength and ambition sapped, happi
ness and success are Impossible. My
accurate and successful methods, CURE
ABSOLUTELY and PERMANENTLY
every case of WEAKNESS I accept for
treatment. I MAKE MEN STRONG.
I find that as soon as the cause is
corrected you act letter, feel better,
look better, and the rapidity with
which vitality and strength are re
stored under my treatment will please
and surprise you. I offer you my serv
ices for a reasonable fee, with an ab
solute guarantee of honest treatment
and permanent cure.
SPECIFIC BLOOD POISON
In Its various forms and complications
la a treacherous disease. You must
conquer It or it will conquer you. Old
forma of treatment kept down symp
toms, but rarely cured. The NEW
GERMAN REMEDY "606" gives you
a new lease on life. I was the first
specialist on the Coast to make use
of this remedy and I - believe I have
had greater experience -with It than
all other specialists put together. The
wonderful results I have obtained con
vince me that it Is the ONE ABSO
LUTE and PERMANENT CURE for
every stage of blood poison. I intro
I Treat All Ailments of Men and Cure to Stay Cured
I Offer Free Consultation and Advice
I Invite you to come to my office- I will explain to you my treatment for
Varicose Veins. Hernia. Nervous Debility. Blood Disorders. Piles. Fistula, Blad
der, Kidney and all Men's Disorders and give you FREE a physical examination.
Every person should take advantage of this opportunity to learn their true
condition. A permanent cure is what you want.
If you are suffering from any of the above disorders and cannot call, write
to me immediately, giving me a description of your case in your own words.
By return mall I will send you absolutely free a diagnosis of your case and my
beet professional advice as to how to proceed In order to correct your trouble.
My office Is open aU day from-
A. M. to 3 P. Sundays from 10 to
11. AU correspondence treated confi
dently. Letters cheerfully answered.
Dr. C. K. HOLSMAN
221Va Morrison Street
Corner First Street
I am a duly
sician and sur
geon. I have
h.il tn VA.r
x p rlence in
x p e rlence in Mf-Vi
Disorders of Men
I do not cure alt ailments, but
cure all I take. There Is no delay.
You are benefited at once. The
spark of life is soon revived and
quickened. Once more hope is re
kindled and life becomes bright
I Cure Men Quickly
with Blood Ailments. Nervous De
cline, Varicose Veins, Piles, Rup
ture, Kidney. Bladder and ail ail
ments peculiar to men. o not let
money matters keep you away, as
my charges are so low as to be
within the reach of all. GOOD
HONEST WORK and a Sftl'ARE
DEAL is what you want. Consul
tation and examination free. Call
now or write.
The Old Reliable Specialist.
Corner Alder and Second streets.
Entrance Second street, Port
land, Or. Office hours 9 A. M. to
8 P. M,, Sundays, 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
Nerve, Blood and Skin
Consultation and Examination Frrr,
tlSK WASHINGTON ST, COR. 6th,
UK. KEEFE Gur.
a n t e e s to Cure
BLES, BLOOD AND
ITY, PILES, BLOOD
I'OISON" tO" Ad
COMMON TO MEN.
al. Advice confi
dential. "NOT A DOLLAR NEED BE PAID
l.NLESS C L RED."
o r, 7 to 8 Dally: Sunday, 10 to 1.
Lesallr Qualified In Orea-oa
and Other State.
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duce It directly Into the blood and In
a few days you are completely cured.
My fee -for the proper administration
of this remedy is lower than the
lowest. BE SURE YOU GET THE
Many an unfortunate man Is ruined
by Improper treatment of this disease.
I cure varicose veins dally by a pain
less and direct method without de
tention from family or home. In such
a satisfactory way that pain and swell
ing ceases, healthy circulation Is re
established and vigor restored. I
GUARANTEE YOU A RADICAL
KIDNEY AND BLADDER DISEASES.
More complications and symptoms
arise from d iseases of these org an s
than from any other ailment of man
kind. Most all kidney and bladder
troubles arise either from dissipation
through injury or strain may
produce the same result. The cause
must first be determined and until that
Is done no cure can be effected. I AB
SOLUTELY and PERMANENTLY
CURE these conditions in every case I
accept for treatment.
MY PROFESSIONAL FEES.
Every, ailing man would like the
opinion of an experienced, capable
specialist end the best medical atten
tion. Many hesitate to consult a spe
cialist either through modesty or far
'of hish fees; others have no confidence
in their doctor because he demands pay
In advance, and others lose confidence
through unsuccessful treatment and
think there is no cure for them. TO
ALL THESE I say, COME TO ME.
You may depend upon It that you will
be restored to health and streipth for
a fee you will be able and willing to
pay. Health Is capital at interest, and
satisfied patients pay their doctor.
SIGN THIS COUPON FOR VALUA
BLE INFORMATION FREE.
Please send me free your self-examination
blank. "For Men' aa I
desire to describe my case to you for
the purpose of taking treatment if
I decide you can cure me and your
charge Is low enough to suit me.
i THE i
THE SPECIALIST WHO CURES.
It matters not what your ailment
i, nor who has-treated it, if it is
curable we will give you immediate
benefit and a quick and lasting
Do not allow money matters to
keep you from getting well. We
charge nothing to prove our meth
ods will cure you.. Our offer NO
MONEY REQUIRED UNTIL SATIS
FIED Is vour absolute nrotectlon.
Consultatl bn. Examination and
Diagnosis free and private.
We claim for our treatment noth
ing "wonderful" or "secret" it is
simplv our successful way of doing
AFFLICTED MEJf. before treatiwe
elaewhere, honestly Investigate our
proven methods. You will then under
stand how easily and quickly we cure
all curable eases of VARICOSE VEIN'S
without aevere auralcal operations
SPECIFIC BLOOD POISON with
out Injurloua drugs (608 skillfully
administered when preferred)! NERVO-
VITAL DEBILITY without stimulative
remedies; B L A D D E R and KIDNEY
troubles; PILES, RECTAL complaints,
and all aliments of men.
What you want is a cure. Come
to us and get it. Once under tur
treatment you will quickly realize
how simple a thing It is to get well
In the hands of a specialist who
knows hi business. Our cures add
not only years to life, but life to
years. We put new energv Into
worn-out bodies. Office hours, daily,
9 to 6; evenings, 7 to 8; Sundays,
10 to 1.
DR. GREEN CO.
362 Washington St., Portland, Or.
L. T3 YEE & SONS
T16 old eminent Chinese
successfully, such as weak
nerves, constipation, asthma,
catarrh, cancer, piles, nerv
ousness, rheumatism, blood
poison, lung, liver, kidney
and stomach ' trouble; also
ailments of men and women.
No matter who has failed,
I guarantee a cure If cur-
.J able. I have spent a lifetime
ptudv of herbs and graduated from severar
universities and took posi -graduate courses
In rhina. I have thousands of testimonials
from my grateful patients. I use only th
most harmiess Chinese herbs, regardless of.
the high price. So I can help you. Cal.
or write for symptom blank and circular.
I- T. YEE & SOXS MEDICINE CO.f
1424 First. S E. Cor. Alder. Portland. Or.