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f HE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN, PORTLAND1, " JULY 28. 1913.
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(Housekeeper From Cell Airs
x Family Differences of
DIVORCFJ SUIT RECALLED
Employe ' Who Fled With Mistress
T Says Mrs.' McXainara Paid All
Bills and Gave , Husband In-
, coir.e for. Many Years.
1 SEW TORK, July 27. (Special.)
; Mra. Cora L. Perkins, of BurllnEamo.
Cal.. who, with man servant and chauf
, feur employed by Mrs. Margaret I. Mc
Namara. of tian Mateo, wa arrested
today at the Hotel Knickerbocker as
, a fugitive from California justice. Is
In a cell below the West Side Court
and must remain.' there until a writ of
. habeas corpus obtained today In her
behalf by a lawyer Is returned before
V Justice Blschoff on Monday. Fred Pat
: tersori. the chauffeur, and Patrick
' Walsh, an old servant, occupy nearby
"A few years ago Mrs. McNamara In
stituted suit for divorce against her
husband, but because of her daughter
Gladys and her two young sons, sh
consented to withdraw the suit," eali
r Mrs. Perkins today.
f HunbanfTa Debts Repudiated.
"At that time she continued, as she
had always done, to give her husband
an income, but In April of this year
she published an -advertisement that
she would not be responsible for any
debts contracted by him and she re
voked the power of attorney which he
"She desired that her daughter
Gladys, who had been put in a convent
In Belgium, should return her, for
she believed that she was dying, but
her husband opposed this move, say
ing that It was impossible for the
dauc;..ier to return until she had grad
uarad. So this Summer Mrs. McNamari.
planned to go abroad and visit Gladys,
then to take the daughter with her to
"I was Included In her plans, -he-cause
since her last recent Illness and
final break with her husband she has
kept me with her always.- My home
In Burlingame is only a few miles from
Mrs. McNamara's house In San Mateo,
and 1 was with her almost every day.
Owipmbip of Car Iasne.
"In preparation for the beginning o!
our trip, which was planned to be by
automobile from San Mateo to Port
land, Or., Mrs. McNamara traded her
old automobile, with a cash bonus, for
a new one, valued at $3500 the same
machine " which Mr. McNamara com
plains to the San Francisco police has
been stolen. The car was paid for by
"Wa started on our -trip with Mr.
McNamara's full knowledge. In fact,
lie sat on the porch of the McNamara
villa at San Mateo and saw us off.
When we arrived in Portland we heard
from friends that Gladys had already
returned from Belgium. Her father
had sent for her without his wife's
"We decided to come on to New
York anyway and continue the trip
abroad for the sake of Mrs. McXa
Mrs. Perkins said that she had com
municated with her husband and that
he was making an investigation of
McNamara s charges of robbery In San
WARRANTS TO BE SENT EAST
McNamara Servants May Be Freed If
Not Indicted In California.
SAX FRANCISCO. July 2T. In a tel
egram from Inspector Hughes of the
New York police force. Chief of Police
White was Informed today that Clara
Perkins, Frederick Patterson and Pat
rick Walsh, maid, chauffeur and man
servant, respectively, for Mrs. Nicholas
J. McNamara, wife of the banker of
San Mateo, will be held in New York
for the alleged theft of the McNamara
automobile until August 3, without
bail. .Unless exemplified copies of in
dictments or complaints are sent to
Inspector Hughes by that time, the
magistrate will discharge the prisoners
Warrants have been sworn to by
McNamara and an effort will be made
today to have the San Francisco
grand Jury return indictments. If this
Is accomplished a detective will go
with McNamara and his daughter to
New York to get the prisoners and ac
company Mrs. McNamara to California
McNamara told Chief White that thn
people under arrest bad an undue in
fluence over his wife and that he
sought to destroy It.
WILSON SEEKS SOLITUDE
Democratic Nominee Goes on Private
Yacht to Write His Speech.
SEAGIRT, N. J., July 27. For eight
hours today Governor Wilson's where
abouts were unknown except to his
family and private secretary, Joseph
R. Tumulty. He disappeared from his
"retreat" as he did from the home of
a friend where he went five days ago
to write, his speech of acceptance, and
although his presence at Seagirt was
at first announced and party leaders
sought him here, their quest was fruit
less until tonight.
Mr. Tumulty said tonight that the
Governor was aboard a private yacht
cruising off the Jersey Toast so that
he might enjoy .unrestricted freedom
in writing his speech. A letter received
tonight from Miss Eleanor Wilson, the
Governor's daughter, says:
"All Is well on board. The Governor
has not been so well In many a day
and ta setting -:in-great -work on his
speech of acceptance."
SEARCHERS HUNT FOR LAD
Seattle Boy. Wanders In Hills Near
, San Francisco Bay. '
SAN MATEO, Cal... July 37. Search
ing parties from half the towns of
San Francisco peninsula are scouring
the hills tonight for Mortimer Hamil
ton, 7 years old, of Seattle, who
has been missing tor more than 24
The lad was visiting his aunt, Mrs..
Ethel Palmer, of San Francisco, who
has been spending a week on a ranch.
Yesterday he strayed Into the bills,
and has not been seen since.
Low round-trip rates to Eastern
points are in effect by the Canadian
Pacific Ticket Office, Third and Pine
LEADERS OH OPPOSING SIDES
Above Tart's Campalea Cabinet. Lei
of Tennessee) J. W. Esta brook, of
' 1 1, .. d
v""Jf?J1 rO ."r-s !
" t - l' rl f , Mil:
T. K. Kudrlnghaun, of Missouri! A Ivan H. Martin, of Virginia; R. O. Meat,
of Illinois; C. B. Warren, of Michigan; Charles D. Hllles and J. II. Rey
nolds, Secretary. Below Wilson
K. Davis, of Wisconsin; Allen S. B
of New York; Senator T. P. Gore
Roosevelt Expected to Be
Dominant at Chicago.
T. R. SURE TO BE NAMED
Comparison With Convention of
1860, Which Nominated Lincoln
on New Plntform Made Many
Features Are Spectacular. .
(Continued From First Page.)
18(0 conventions did not countenance
was women sitting as delegates. This
time women will come from California
and other states where woman has been
enfranchised and take part in the ac
tive delberations. Not only that, but
report has It that a suffrage plank will
be In the new party platform.
Appeal Made to Young Men.
An innovation of the third party
movement is the number of young men
interested in it While not essentially
a "young man's party," the progressives
are appealing largely to the new gen
eration. The leaders take the stand
that the older generation of politicians
will not so easily be weaned away from
the old-line parties, and that as the
third party has come to stay it wants
the younger generation as members, to
place the movement on a more lasting
The leaders also have made strong
advances toward wiping out sectional
lines. In the South Democracy amounts
almost to religion. Republicanism, to
a majority of the old-time Southerners,
is as unappealing aa would be royal
Ism. It is this obliteration of party
lines which the third party expects
will cause numerous Southerners to re
nounce Democracy to join the progres
Beverldge to Sound "Keynote."
The selection of ex-Senator Beverldge
to sound the "keynote" speech is an
added convention attraction. His or
atorical ability Is well known and his re
cent disavowal of further relations
with the Republican party is conclusive
proof that he is in full accord with the
sentiments expressed by Colonel Roose
velt. Whatever action the convention take:
or the election in November results in,
Chicago will be bound to make history,
as never before In the annals of the
country has the spectacle of an ex
President leading such a revolutionary
movement been witnessed. ,
HILLES SMITES COLONEL
(Continued From First Pag.)
oration; the committee voted In ac
cordance with its convictions and as It
was compelled to on the evidence. Mr.
Roosevelt - confessed his own knowl
edge of the fraudulent character of his
contests and testified to the justice of
the committee's work, when, at Oyster
Bay. on the night the committee's ac
tion was taken, he showed to the representatives-
of the press section his
confidential list of delegates.
"The list showed that Mr. Roosevelt
expected only two- of hla contesting
delegates in Alabama to be seated, and
Mr. Roosevelt added, 'We hadn't count
ed on any but those two.' Tet he sought
to cast a cloud over the title to 20
Fraudulent Cases Reviewed.
"When you go seeking equity. . do
equity.' Tha't Is an old maxim of equity
law and a Just one. Mr. Roosevelt, pre
tending to seek equity from the Re
publican National committee, aought to
induce that committee to unseat at
least ISO regularly elected delegates
and in their stead to seat Roosevelt
delegates whose eleotlon he had ad
mitted was fraudulent admitted It by
abandoning the cases either before the
National committee or before the time
came to present them to the committee
on credentials of the convention.
"What would you think of a lawyer
H STORY TO
IN NATIONAL CAMPAIGN NOW
t to Right Senator Sevrall Saunders,
netv Hampshire; C. B. Adams, of iowai
a "Die Five." Left to Right Joseph
nrlrson, of Texas; William I Me&uoir,
, of Oklahoma) Josepk Daniels, of North
who advised his client to bring 238
suits knowing there was Justice, If in
any, at least In only 78. Would not
such a course prejudice the most just
court on earth? But that is precisely
what Roosevelt's lawyers did in the
cae of the Republican National com
mittee. Why? They knew the revela
tlon of the fraudulent character of their
cases in one contest after another must
prejudice the court against them and
thus tend to lose any of their cases
which possessed merit.
T. K. Held Wise but Unscrupulous.
"Were they fools to pursue such a
course? No, they were wise, if un
scrupulous politicians. They came not
seeking equity, but political advantage,
They knew none of their cases pos
sessed merit. They believed that by
instituting and pressing many fraudu
lent contests they could either Induce
the committee as a matter of political
expediency to seat some 'fake con
testants rather than reject them all,- or
compel the committee to reject them all
In order that they might deceive the
public Into believing that steam-roller
methods had been used. The correct
ness of this reasoning will be shown by
tne run statement of the racts.
"Mr. Roosevelt Is too shrewd a. poll
tlcian, had there been real merit In
the contests of the 78 delegates whose
title he said was 'plain' ever to have
jeopardlxed them by mixing them up
with over 160 contests which he knew
and bad admitted were pure fakes.1
NEW PARTY IS BORN IN TJTAH
Colonel Is Leader, Bandana Banner,
and Bull Moose Mascot.
PROVO, Utah, July 27. Theodore
Roosevelt is the leader, the bandana,
the banner and the bull moose the mas.
cot o a new party born today In Utah
Three hundred delegates to the con
vention representing almost every
county in the state and recruited en
tlrely from the ranks of the Republic
ans, expressed in resolutions their sor
row at leaving the party with which
they had been so long identified be
cause Its face was now turned toward
the setting sun," but nevertheless, de
cided to make a good job of it by ere
ating a complete organization and put
ting tickets in the field for every of
fice from governor to constable.
Wesley K. Walton, formerly a Re
publican state senator, called the, con
vention to oraer and was made chair
man of the state central committee.
W. D. Livingston, a Republican dis
trict attorney, was temporary chairman
and William Glassmann, who has been
at different times mayor and post
master of Ogden, presided as permanent
The eight delegates chosen to repre
sent tne party at the National Pro
gressive convention In Chicago are well
known as Republican- workers. They
win be entitled to a half vote each
under the call.
. Outbursts of cheering were frequent
and attacks on President Taft and
commendations of Colonel Roosevelt
provoked equal enthusiasm.
T. R. MEN TO BE ON BALLOT
Taft Supporters Lose Appeal to Keep
Names From Voters.
TOPEKA, Kan., July 27. Supporters
of President Taft lost today their final
opportunity to keep the names of
Presidential electors who are favorable
to Colonel Roosevelt's candidacy, off
the Republican primary ballots when
the Supreme Court handed down a de
cision sustaining Judge C-E. Branine.
of Harvey County, in dismissing the
injunction suit brought by the Taft
forces to prevent county clerks from
printing the names of the Roosevelt
electors on the Republican ballot.
The court held that the questions In
volved were political and the wrongs
complained of were of a kind for
which the courts are not authorized to
The Taft men charged that as Roose
velt was not the nominee of the Re
publican party, men who' had pledged
themselves to vote for Jilm if chosen
electors, had no right on a Republican
. HOW T0D0 IT.
The place to live should be modern,
fireproof, comfortable and home like.
The Annex Hotel possesses all these
features. Special rates.
CARD OF THANKS.
To the many kind friends and neigh
bors who assisted us in the death of a
dear husband and father, we wish to
extend our sincere and heartfelt thanks,
and their kindness will ever be remem
bered. We also thank one and all for
their beautiful floral offerings.
MRS. P. AARIS AND FAMILY.
WILSON TEST FAILS
Clark . Organization Controls
GOVERNOR IS ' INDORSED
Supporters of New Jersey Man Are
Bitter at Way Democrats Pro
' pose " to Conduct Campaign.
. Break' In State Possible.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 17. By two
test votes supporters of Woodrow WU
son, who sought to capture the Cali
fornia ' Democratic organization, were
defeated today 17 to, 8 In the executive
committee of the State central commit
tee. The- forces which supported Champ
Clark, under -the leadership of Theodore
A Bell, In the Democratic rsationai
convention at Baltimore thus remain
After the alignment had been thus
largely defined, a resolution moors
lng Wilson and Marshall was passed
unanimously and a resolution Indors
ing the present officers of the execu
tive committee was passed viva voce,
with but one dissenting vote.
Break la Threatened.
An me itnniuiM o -
Xmlullnn siinnorted Champ
Clark, and the Wilson supporters in
token of their distrust, mreawucu
their two defeats today to make their
' .. ll'll .nn InH.nAndAnt
of whatever the regular organization of
the state may or may not ao.
The resentment of the minority found
expression tonight, after the meeting
had adjourned, in a statement more
viirorou. and exDllclt than anything
said in debate.
"The fia-ht has only commenced." be
gan the statement. It continued in
part: "The Wilson men believe it :s
impossible to conduct a progressive
campaign under the leadership of
-i-1. --j . daii wn h.i-n ii m wa have
any fight to make against Mr. Bell
personally, but because he allied hlm-
i i -ih th. naantlonarv ele-
ncii ujjcui; ww . ... - - -
niF .h-. nirt. at Baltimore and
-hitt..i Han mi no Ail Mr. Brvan for
no other reason than mat rar. oryau
saved the party from tne -riyan anu
Bryan's Stand Cited.
t ft., n.x.nnt. nf rrnllfornin. be
h.v. .hat willla-m -T. Brvan is the
greatest political criminal in ine mo-
tnri. t liln nnimtrv. JHR charged t9
Mr. Bell at Baltimore, and tnat Wil
son does not mean nryan, or uryanism,
1. .. t V. n-padan. 1 A a H !.h i Tl And Of.
-rani..tfnn r.nr.K.-nrfl the Democratic
party. . We do not Deiieve, nuwevei,
that this is the opinion of the Demo-
nw nwww nf r'a H-fVu-n la
"We believe, on the contrary, tnat
Mr. Bryan and Governor Wilson were
in perfect harmony In the great fight
made by Mr. Bryan at Baltimore. Act
ing on that belief we propose by every
i 1-1 . 1. -J wihtn niir nnurAi to
uuiivi auf-s i-Li-c-."". ... -.. - t - -
continue a progressive campaign 'in
the State or uaiuornia.
REBEL FORCES ADVANCE
2000 MEN MARCH TO OPPOSE
Mexican Federals With 1500 Sol
diers Expected to Clash Today
With Well-Armed Enemy.
r-AQAS r.BiNDES. State of Chihua
hua. Mex.. July 27. Two thousand
rebel troops stationed here today were
hurried to train to a point north of
Via -A anri nn-nn.qite ditos. near the
Sonora border, where General Jose De
la Luze Blanco is stationed with lsuo
rr, ..h.i. will march overland to
meet the Federals, carrying with them
seven cannon, a rapia nnng gun anu
large quantities of ammunition.
-Coo ,.1 no- that -Rlnnco's advance is
with intent to cut communication pre
paratory to tne euerai auvance w i
South the rebel commander has orders
to nrevent his reaching the railway at
all hazards. The opposing forces are
expected to meet lata tomorrow.
News was telephoned from tne flani-
cora ranch, owned by William Ran
dolph Hearst, that a large Federal
force was seen today approaching
Madera, a point on the Mexican North
nwww Raiiv.v south of here. The
Hearst ranch Is located 35 miles from
Madera, which Is still held by rebel
forces. Before details could be learned
f.im tha American rancher who telo
phoned the news to Casas Grandes, the
wire was cut.
IS MEXICAN STATES REVOLT
General Orozco Says 30,000- Men In
Fight lor liberty and Reform.
JUAREZ, Mex., July 27. Thirteen
states In Mexico, according to lnsur
statistics given out today, are in
open rebellion. "Thirty thousand men."
said General Orosco, are ngnung iur
reform, liberty and Justice in the states
Chihuahua, sonora, einaioa, v"""-i
Durango, Veracruz, Teple, Morelos,
Guerrero. Oaxaca, Mlchoacan, Tabasco
and Trazcala. ;
"These figures are conservative,"
said the rebel leader, "and don't in
clude Irresponsible and unauthorized
bands in other states calling themselves
rebels with no cause otner .toan mat
BABCOCK DEFENDS BILL
NEGATIVE ARGUMENT ON BliVJeZ
SKY BRINGS RETORT.
Corporation Clerk Says ,An. Benefi
ciaries of Present System Are
. -r r-r rm i.iTv 9.T -TK-n-nclal.') As
serting that the opposition of Homer
Smith, of Salem, to ine muo -on-jr
inxornnrated in a negative ar
gument filed against that bill, is actu
ated by personal spite, and that as far
he knows tnere is no lura jB-uu-.-
i as "The Antl-commiBaion .n"
ki.v. -Kama VI r -Smith files the
r-tlv. arsrument. C. D. Babcock, cor
poration clerk in the Secretary of
States otnee, gave out mo ww."'.
'The opposition oi tioraer n. omiui
the blue sky bill will do no harm
Salem, where he Is known. To those
. n -familiar with local COhdi-
tlons. I wish to say that Mr. Smith's
opposition to the bill is actuated en-
, , i -.--onnal ,nlt thfit the ATP-ll-
lireiy uy i"-' -1- . "
ment prepared for the campaign pam-
!t is misieaaing una iiikQiiucu w -u-e-
e the voters; that to tne oesi oi
knowledge and belief there Is no
such organization as the Antl-Commis
sloa League, which Mr. Smith claims
"The Blue Sky bill carries no appro
priation. About 1200,000 per year will
he oald to the state through the cor
poration department, the expenses of
which are restricted in tne oiu to zu,
000 per year as an additional safeguard
against extravagance, although it Is
estimated that the cost of conducting
the department will not exceed 112,
000. "The blue sky bill carries no appro-
selling stocks and bonds and the extra
tees from this class of corporations will
pay all the expenses of conducting the
department -with thousands of dollars
' "Perhaps the most amusing feature
of the negative argument is that part
in which Mr. Smith advocates a law
'regulating and punishing all who en
deavor to defraud.' To eliminate an
fraud with one little law is a fairly
ambitious undertaking for any reform
er. When Mr. Smith shall succeed in
bringing this to pass, we may expect
to see the jails fall Into decay, the
courthouses transformed into Ice
cream parlors, and lawyers, judges and
real estate men going to work every
morning with pick and shovel.
"All the beneficiaries of the present
system are lined up against the blue
sky bill, and will do everything that
money and Influence can do to kill the
bill. About the only provision tnat
they dare to attack openly Is that lim
iting the expense or tne corporation
department, but this is not the provi
Blon that really worries the opponents
of the bill. This is a real law with
teeth and a bite and Is liable to send
some one to the i penitentiary ao it
won t do.
NiSTS HOLD RALLY
ARISTOCRATS . AND LABORERS
CONFER WITH VETERANS.
Bonar Law, Leader of Opposition,
and Sir Edward Carson, Ulster ,
Chief, Deliver Speeches.
WOODSTOCK. England. July 27. A
great rally of the Unionist party, which
sees in the recent differences of opin
ion between the Liberal and Labor
forces and the natural loss of strength
to the Government as a result of home
rule, disestablishment and other reform
measures, an opportunity of regaining
power, was held in the courtyard of
Blenheim Palace today. Three thou
sand delegates, representing the Un
ionist organization, and 20,000 mem
bers of the party gathered.
The Unionist Workingmen's Club,
which usually supports the Liberals,
sent delegates here, alongside the rep
resentatives of the Primrose League,
the political association of the arlstoo
racy, and the young members of the
party had an opportunity of conferring
with the veterans.
Bonar Law, leader of the opposition:
Sir Edward Carson, the Ulster leade.-,
and F. E. Smith, another of the keen
fighters of the party, delivered ad
dresses whlJh contained lots of fire.
The meeUng closed with section l
conferences, to enable the organtzors
to collect new ideas for the general
election, which Unionists believe can
not be long delayed.
DR. BROUGHER THREATENED
Anonymous Letter Warns Pastor to
Cease Attacks In Sermons.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., July 27. (Spe
cial.) So many threatening letters,
most of them anonymous, have been re
ceived lately by Dr. J. Whltcomb
Brougher that his friends have report
ed It to the police.
The letter which led them to action
in the matter might well have orig
inated among a band of Camorrista or
other secret death-dealing organisation.
On plain paper, bearing double signs
of the skull and crossbones and the
mark of two daggers, was written In
capital letters the following: "Keep
on preaching the way you have been
doing lately, criticising people and con
demning others, and we will lay you
out. You are marked."
The dagger signs and the two skulls
with the crossbones follow.
This letter is only one, however, of
more than 50 that Dr. Brougher has
received In the past few months. Some
contain "cold-blooded" threats, others
are from cranks telling him how and
how not to preach, while one delves
far into the mysteries of reincarna
tion. 54 FACE MURDER CHARGE
Thirteen More Men Arrested In Con
. section With Riots.
LAKE CHARLES, La., July 27. Thir
teen additional men indicted on the
charge of murder in connection with
the recent labor riot at Grabo. La.,
when three men were killed and more
than 30 wounded, were arrested today,
making- a total of 54 now in custody.
The trouble was between members of
the United Brotherhood of Timber
Workers and officials and laborers of
the Galloway lumber mm..
SHEPPARD LEADS IN TEXAS
Representative Ahead In Race for
Nomination to Succeed Bailey.
t it.t.ir Tar .Tulv 97. Returns at
MMni.ht fmm th Democratic state
1 .l.ntlnn ti-vriftV ihnV that RPTl-
resentatlve Sheppard, candidate for the
United States Senate to succeeo. een
ator Bailey, is leading Jacob F. Wol
ters, of Houston: Representative Ran
.11 rA Matthew Znllner. of Rockwell
County, are the other candidates.
Suffer With Worms
Don't be angry with your child be
cause he or she Is continually irritable..
In ninety-nine out of one- hundred cases
you will find that the trouble is worms.
- Among the common symptoms of tne
presence of round worms ara nervous
ness, which often leads to epilepti
form attacks : dizziness, vertigo, capri
cious appetite, restless sleep, Itching of
the eyes and nose, nausea and often
hysteria. Round worms are several
inches in length and infest the stomach.
Occasionally several hundred are found
in a single person. Thread worms are
smaller; often not longer than a quarter
of an Inch. The symptoms denoting
their presence are about the same, but
In this ease the child has no appetite.
Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge Is unsur
passed in removing worms. Not only
will It destroy them, but Its tontc effects
will restore the stomach to healthy ac
tivity. As Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge
seldom purges, the indication of its
beneficial effects will be the improved
condition of the person using it.
Millions of parents have praised this
medicine for more than eighty years..
Insist upon Jaynas Tonio Vermifuge,
and accept no other. Sold by druggists
everywhere. Dr. D. Jayne & Son, Phila
Hamilton-Beach Sales Company, who have been demon
strating "Try New Life" at 367 Morrison street, have moved
to 61 Sixth street, and demonstrations of "Try New Life" will
be carried on at the STUBBS ELECTRIC CO., 61 Sixth street,
as usual. These demonstrations are free and are carried on
every day between the hours of 9 and 5 :30.
The demonstrators are not there to sell "Try New Life",
unless you come to buy. "We simply carry on this demonstra
tion and prove to the people the merits of "Try New Life," as
this is the method of advertising the company uses, bo every
body has an opportunity to investigate "Try New Life" and
to receive free treatments. ...
. yiiPB,fciBg.lrTg?'- -
Treating Rheumatism of the "Wjist.
RELIEF FROM PAIN IS WHAT YOU RECEIVE FROM
"TRY NEW LIFE"
Weak back, rheumatic joints, sore muscles, aching head
are all quickly cured.
Quick relief from pain and sickness is what every sufferer
wants, whether he has rheumatism, indigestion, backache, ner
vousness, gout, weak kidneys, sore muscles, sciatica, lumbago,
headache or any other troubles, can be relieved in a few min
utes by "Try New Life," and many cases can be permanently ,
cured by the continuous use of "Try New Life," which is the
latest discovery of science.-
"Try New Life" goes direct to the seat of trouble, what
ever it is, and works with nature instead of opposing her,
bringing results in a few minutes.
HAVE YOU DANDRUFF?
"Try New Life" will absolutely cure this. Come to our
demonstrating rooms at 61 Sixth street and see what it will do.
It costs you nothing to have a demonstration. We show you
how to use the machine. Anyone can operate it. It is so sim
ple a child can use it. Do not put off purchasing a "Try New
Life" from day to day, as dandruff becomes chronic. Come
and let us show you, free without any cost, what we can do
Free demonstrations are carried on daily at Meier & Frank
Store, second floor, main building, also at our store, 61 Sixth st.
Stubbs Electric Company
61 Sixth Street, Portland, Oregon
YOU'LL FEEL BETTER ALL OVER
IF YOU EAT MORE
Weatherly Ice Cream combines all the"
food values of pure cream' and sugar,
with delicious fruit flavors. Best of
all it's cold. There's nothing so cool
ing and refreshing these hot days as
Weatherly Ice Cream. Sold by over
Crystal Ice & Storage Company
p x. X