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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19, 1003.
GOVERNOR RIDES THE WOODMEN'S '
GOAT AFTER BEING KIDNAPED
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Governor Chamberlain Todo the Wood-'
men' goat last night, but member of
Webfoot camp which he joined put J an
anxious hour hunting-the city for him.
The irovernor wae kidnaped by Mult
nomah, camp and held captive for on
hour. At the end of the time the plot
ter vnli1ntfMl AVArvthtnor ta him mnA
took him over to Webfoot for -taJUatlon;.
Simultaneously Webfoot camp caught
him on the telephone and . told htm to
hurry.-.:"- - . ' ''?:,'.''!
. J. W. Thompson of Multnomah camp
and Charles A. Elliott and A.B. Ferrara
of Webfoot camp were at the bottom of
It.- Thompson wae the committee on
kidnaping. He missed the governor at
hie home but caught him as he stepped
oft the Irving-ton car. 'i -
"We're going over on the East Side
Brut governor," explained Mr. Thompson,
with that bland suavity that dfstln-
K UlBIltT UJIIIi . A ai-cio iicwa OTCU ltiW
change In program," he hurried on, In
response to a look of surprise that
crossed the governor's face. "We're go
ing to have a little meeting over on the
East Bide before the Initiation."
ARRIVES IN CITY
Commodore Elbridge T. Gerry of Provi
dence, R. I., founder of the Gerry hu
mane societies, Is opposed to the bring
ing of the organizations under a national
federation and gives as his reasons that
the funds and endowments of the smaller
bodies would be diverted to the main
organization and that politics would soon
Interfere with the workings of the so
cieties. Different laws In different states,
he declares, make a national federation
Impracticable, and to use his words:
"As far as animals are concerned, they
have laws in force now ample to protect
them. I do not know of any one person
in the United . States who' could have
knowledge sufficient to take the head of
this concern. I know that I haven't, with
all of my 80 years" experience."
. When Colonel Watterson's name was
mentioned Mr. Gerry laughed. "I think
my friend watterson," ne saia, "wrues
his editorials after looking through two
instruments. One is a telescope and the
other a kaleidoscope. The view through
the latter i apt to be very beautiful
and taken to be real until he looks at
'the. other end of the Instrument."
Of Secretary Long's arraignment of
the smart set Mr. Gerry said hs had
not read, but added: .', i
"Long bee never been to Newport
Those who haven't been there all talk
about It" ' :,
, Commodore Gerry, - Mrs. Gerry, Miss
Gerry and Miss Mabel Gerry arrived in
Portland last night at 5:30 o'clock over
the Oregon Railroad & Navigation line.
The party immediately left their private
roach and were driven ' to the Hotel
Portland, where apartments, had been
secured. , They went at once to 8t
Vincent's hospital, where Peter Gerry,
the young son of the commodore, is ill
of typhoid fever. The party expects to
be in Portland possibly two weeks, or
until such time as the patient can be
safely moved. .,.'-...-.'
- Commodore Gerry doe not forget that
he Is a sailor, and his appearance in.
, the lobby of the Hotel Portland this
morning was that of a seafaring man.
He wore a shor double-breasted Jacket
and a cloth-covered cap, with a stlfj
patent .leather visor. Commodore 'Gerry
: is a man of perhaps 60 years of age.
His hair and side whiskers are snowy
white. He stands quite six feet tall and
walks with a firm, youthful step.
z.oar scorn skaxt CZT. '
Ttrmt-on ' fleo.' 18. -Ex-Beeretarv Lone
tt the navy, in a ' speech before the
Ch nriing club, . scored modern society
and referred to the brutalities and vil
lainies now almost epidemic. He says
drunkenness and crime are not confined
to the lower class, but break out emong
young men and women , Who have op
portunities of education.
, The real truth is not that the world
'hns outgrown the simple . preoepts of
Jesus, but (hat It has never reached
them In their height or depth. We have
tiever attained to the perfect practice of
thet simple.1 Christian rule, -' to love
those thnt hate us, to love our neighbors
as ourselves, to be pure in spirit."
The trorlng of the ex-secretary met
with the hearty approval-Of the .club,
formed from the bluest bloOd of Uos
ton's old families, and the general ex-
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CAMP, WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
"Never dreaming that he was being kid
naped, the governor went along with the
conspirator, and spent a pleasant hour
with Multnomah camp. 1 .
Meantime In Webfoot camp, those In
charge of arrangements were growing
anxious. Eight o'clock came, the hour
set for the beginning; of the Initiation.
Kou go ver nojjliexB-Wja. jomeanxlous
telephoning. Ye.- the governor had left
the house. rA little before S o'clock.- T He
wss going down town. That was the
substance - of the : telephone's Informa
tion, i Horrible suspicions of accidents,
of battle murder , and sudden death
crossed the minds of the waiting Web
feet Then a horrible rumor was cir
culated that Multnomah csjnp had car
ried oft the governor and was Initiating
him while Webfoot's banquet was get
ting cold. There was a rush for the
telephone. The governor answered and
promised to be over at once. Twenty
minutes later In marched the governor
In the hands of J. W. Thompson, D. J.
Beakey and H. H. Newhall, who deliv
ered him up for initiation. : '
' The ceremony of Initiation was carried
presslon after the meeting war that
the scathing trfvectlve was justified by
the experience of all those who had
mingled with the "smart set"
"T Largest on the Coast." -
When you go hunting for Christmas
presents, go where you know you will
find them. It makes shopipng easy. If
you are Interested in diamonds, gold and
silver .novelties In Jewelry, the place to
go Is where such things are Offered for
Inspection. The place In Portland is Pel
denhelmer Bros.,, corner Third . and
Washington. Nowhere In the Pacific
Northwest will you And such a large,
varied assortment of goods in jewelry
line as here. This house carries a larger
stock of finest goods (medium as well)
than any house in the Pacific Northwest
Any one who can't select a present at
Feldenhelmer's stock Is hard to please.
Every novelty is here, no matter what
.your wants or peculiarities you'll find
something here to suit you. If you
can't they'll manufacture on short no
tice any design you may have in mind.
.There Is one thing a great many peo
ple have in mind that is that because
Feldenheimer's Is the largest 'jewelry
store In the Pacific Northwest, carries
the largest stock, the finest assortment
that they are high-priced. Such Is not
the case. There 1 no place which Is so
reasonable In price, or which carries a
better assortment of medium-grade
goods. The high-grade at reasonable
prices are there too. f ' .,
. The Feldenheimer store is in holiday
attire just now and is one glittering
mass of new and pretty things not to be
seen or had elsewhere In this city. ;
or XKTXmZST TO THW, WEAK
It Is .perfectly -understood by every
sick man or woman that if they can get
some remedy that will stop the gradual
loss of flesh and strength, their recovery
Is assured. People that are nervous and
unsteady, nave dizzy apens, wun weax
ened memory, and loss of ambition, their
blood is thin ana watery., it snows in
their sallow complexion and tired man
ner, soon as they commence to gain
flesh they look better and sleep better.
To gain from 1 to 3 lbs. of good, solid
flesh per week,' the blood must be made
rich and pure. Dr. Gunn's Blood and
Nerve Tonic puts in the body the very
fith of what, makes pure, rich blood in
he most direct way, and cures disease
by making strength. This Tonio Is in
tablet form, to be taken right after
meals. It enriched the blood, making
force where there was falntness. For
women's weakness a better remedy was
never made,, Sold by all druggists for
76c ber box, or three boxes for 12, or
sent by mail. Write us about your case.
Address, Dr. Bosanko Co-, Philadelphia,
Ton HstnraUy Wan the Best for Chrhrfc-
. ;.: mas Olfts,
" See the M. 3. Walsh company for high
grade gas and electric table lamps or a
pair of andirons, flreset screen or fender.
Shpwrooms til Washington street
Take note of their address. , ' ,
Sig SjchcI & Col, 92 Third St.,
Ladies specially welcome to Inspect
our smokers' .requisites. ... .
V BO AM KAM TO UBOTUBS. '
Soaml Ram Tirath MaharaJ, high
priest of India, will deliyer a free lecture
at the Marojiaratheatre tomorrow at J
O'clock p. m bn "The Present Condition
The purpose of Soaml Ram's presence
In America is to present to the American
people a plan to reclaim the suWring
poor of India. , , '.
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-1 j v i"7 'IV.
WHICH INITIATED GOVERNOR CHAMBERLAIN LAST KI3F,T.
out last night at the lodgerooms. Tenth
and Washington streets, before fully 100
local Woodmen. At the conclusion of
the exercises In the lodge the governor,
officers of the camp and members sat
down- to an Informal spread In the ban
Other candidates who took the obliga
tions of the order last night are: Earl
VLMorrow, L. N. Bateman, T. J. Maloy,
C, H. Spencer, R. L. Max Meyer. O. I.
Smith and , FVC Wilson of Prosperity
camp. ' ''
. Gov. Chamberlain, at the conclusion
of the Initiation, addressed his neighbors
and spoke in glowing tertAs of the work
the order of ' . Woodmen had accom
plished. He expressed his gratification
at being a member, and anticipated fu
ture development In the lodgfe. '
The governor was introduced to thi
Woodmenby William Reldt, consul-commander
tt Webfoot camp. ; Other offi
cers of the camp present las c night
Were: C. A. Elliott advisory lieutenant;
M. T. Woodward, banker; A, L. Barber,
clerk; Joseph Howell, escort; F. A. Day,
watchman; W. Peterson, sentry, and H.
L. Day,' captain of George Washington
DETECTED IN HIS
, (Journal Special Serrlceju
San Francisco, Dec. l.-Great surprise
was occasioned here today by the dis
patches from " Washington, D. C, that
John A. Benson, the wealthy real estate
operator of this eity, had been arrested
by secret service men of the land office
for alleged gigantic frauds perpetrated
in a dozen Western states during the
last few years.
It had been determined that Benson
has ..been under surveillance for many
months. The- charge on which he was
arrested was one of bribery. Officer
Burns, of - the secret service, who made
the arrest swore to an affidavit that
Benson . had - paid Woodford D. Harlan
1500 for .the purpose of extracting from
the latter information of the Investiga
tions of his operations at that time be
ing made by Anson S. Taylor, United
States commissioner, Harlan Is an ex
chief of the special service In the divi
sion of the general lane office.
So soon as arrested Benson gave bail
and ' had his hearing ' postponed until
- The Portland lodge of United Artisans
celebrated last night Its ninth anni
versary. The order, . fraternal and be
nevolent, was organised nine years ago
In Portland, where it has ever since kept
Its head offices and chief officers. . (
K silver service was presented to Past
Supreme Master Artisan F. R. McKenna
by local members. The presentation
speech was by Judge Stapleton. I. E.
Staples, supreme : master artisan," pre
sided at the meeting that followed., R,
W. Morrow delivered the chief address
of the evening and musical number
were given by Miss Carrie Johnson and
Mrs. Hamilton. '
. Though the order of Artisans is but
nine years old, It has lodges in Califor
nia,' Oregon, Montana, Washington,
Idaho1 and one was recently organized
in the District of Columbia at Wash
ington City. . The officers of the su
prema assembly are: I. E. Staples, su
preme master artisan; CI. Bellinger,
supreme supertntehdent; . F. 8. Akin,
supreme Inspector:. C; I McKenna, sec
retary; P. L, Willis, supreme treasurer;
G. W. Bates, supreme conductor; A. L,
Miller, master ' of ceremonies; H. L.
Frailer, junior conductor; Rev. G. W.
Grannie, . supreme warden.
OAH DIJTE AT HOME.
Before Taking the "Spokane Tlyer" fox
. Basterm Washington Points.
By the new O, K. & N. time oard, per
sons desiring to take the Bpokane Flyer
for Spokane, Coeur d'Alene and other
Eastern Washington pohita can now dine
at home (train leaves at 7:45 p; m. ) before-
leaving.. : j The "Portland-Chicago
Special" now leaves at 8:50 a. m. '
B. B. RICH HOLIDAY CIGARS.
- Cigars make a imtper present. Right
price at any B. B. Rich cigar store.
degree team. - i'
fhe lodgeroom wan beautifully dec-'
orated with flags, bunting and ever
greens. The station of the consul-commander
was a mass of ferns and firs, and
the emblems of. the order were In evi
dence on every side. The banquet hull
was draped with flags and bunting. .
H. Fortman of Seattle camp No. 69
sang,' Short speeches 'were made- ty
Consul-Commander C, C. Bradley ' of
Prosperity camp, ' Conisul-Commander J.
J. Jennings of Prospect camp, Past Con-sUl-Commandcr
.- P. ' C. - Cunningham (of
Albtna camp, Adviser-Lieutenant D, J.
Beakey of Multnomah camp,- Banker H.
H. Newhall Of Multnomah camp, Past
Consul 'Jf-W Thompson-et Multnomah
camp. : Frankr-Richter tne blind ' musi
cian, played A piano solo, w These- drill
teams were present in uniform: Pros
pect camp, Portland camp, Prosperity
camp, Albtna camp, besides Washington
camp under Capt H. I Day, which con
ducted the floor, work of the initiation.
Consul-Commander William Reldt and
the other officers of Webfoot-camp per
formed ther part of the work without
a hitch.- '
TWO MORE CORPSES
FOUND IN THE RUINS
DISCOVERED JTV SAMS X.OCATIOH
THAT THB TWO BODIES WEBB
DISCOVERED OUT THVKSDAY
MOK jnWO LABORERS AT WORK
PROVXDIW0 TOR DE8TITUTB.
. Laborers were put to work this morn
ing searching the ruins, of the Bacon
building, on Second street In the hope
of finding the bodies of Chinamen still
missing. . ' -
At 3 p. m. another body was found,
burned to a crisp. i
The ruins left by, Wednesday night's
disastrous and fatal conflagration are Id
a dangerous condition, ? and likely to
collapse any time. ' , ' ,
The Chinese merchants have'guaran
teed to pay the expense of , searching
the debris. Accordingly a gang of six
laborers were set to work this morn
ing. Up to noon nothing of consequence
had been found. Knives, Chinese dishes,
pieces of opium pipes, fan tan checks
and other curiosities from ; the Orient
were all that was unearthed. .The work
will be continued Monday.
In Chinatown it is known that three
celestials are still missing. ' One of these
Is said to have been consumed by the
flames and It is believed that the other
also lost their lives In the same manner.
The trio returned to Portland the day
before the fire -and took rooms In the
Bacon building. They have not since been
seen.- :- - . J -. - '..
The bodies of the four known victims
Still lie at, the morgue. Funeral arrange
ments have not yet been made. - ;
The insurance adjusters are preparing
their report, and It Is likely that by Mon
day contractors will be employed to haul
away the debris so that rebuilding may
be begun shortly. : Of the property burned
less- than 13,000 was not covered by In
surance. Th fire fell with a heavy hand upon
many of- the laboring Chtneso who lost
their all In the flames. To help those
who are needy and worthy an,assocla
tlon of 8ocond-street merchants, of which
Leo Me Gin, 61 Second street, is the
president, has offered , to furnish blan
kets, .,. Each man will , be given one pair
and In other ways also the Celestials
will care for their own poor. i
The talk . about the robbery of the
occupants of the burning buildings is
still current . In Chinatown, but on
whom to place the blame Is a question.
The Celestials blame the officials for not
permitting them to rush back Into the
burning buildings for their effects, but
the officers say this would have been
certain -death for them.. Mayor .Will
lam stated yesterday -that the charges'
against the firemen are serious, but he
hesitate to .believe they' would resort
to robbery. 1 '
Another body was found In the ruins
at 2:18 o'clock this' ofterhoon, In the
same locution that tho bodies of Ah Fue
and H. Lung were found on Thursday
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URIC ACID GRAVEL
IS CAUSED BT THE KIDNEYS BE
ING UNABLE. TO CARRY THE
' POISONOUS WA8TE MAT-.
; .' TERS OUT OF , THE ; '
.The urine of persons suffering from
urlo acid or gravel is generally scanty,
and after it nas stood a while, a red
dish sediment like brick dust forms in
it. . In advanced stages the uric - acid
sometimes appears . aa. fine sand, or
large crystals.- , in '.
Those who pass gravel In any con
siderable .quantity are usually troubled
with Inflammation of the kidneys, blad
der and urinary organs, sour stemaph,
indigestion, heartburn, gout and rheu
matism. 'CURED BY" 7
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It hne done for me what I have never
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cures people - in the South who Buffer
much from malaria,- which always af
fects the kidney. If all the doctors
would prescribe Safe Core Instead of
Ojulnlne for cases of malaria there would
be less bad after , effects, as quinine
does not remove the disease germs from
the system like Safe Cure. I take "Hafe
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. Fop-eale at all drug stores, or direct
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If, after making this test, you have
any doubt as to the development of the
disease In your system, send a sample
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declares war on
; slot Machines
After four day of controversy and
following District Attorney Manning's'
refusal to act Assistant City Attorney
Fitsgerald Issued complaints and war
rants in the municipal" court this after
noon ag&nst the saloonkeepers accused
of keeping money slot machines, whose
names were published in The Journal
the day that Chief of Police Hunt asked
for warrants against them.
; The ordinance which the defendant
are accused of violating, ia , No. 4,678,
entitled: "An ordinance to prevent and
suppress gaming ' and ' gambling houses
and all place where any game In .which
chance "predominate is played for any
thing of value."-
- The warrants may be Served tonight
or Monday. That there will be a bitter
fight goes without saying, as the owners
of the-machines declare that they have
aa much right-to operate a have other
games. It is - stated that they already
made ( an offer tos the city officials - to
pay a certain sum Into the city treasury
monthly, but this was refused.
; With Twenty-Six Mechanics.
The well-known electrical and gas
contractors. Ml J. Walsh & Co.. can at
tend to your work promptly. See them
at 'their showrooms, I4S Washington
street, or phone and have their represen
tative call on you.
We show the , greatest variety of
ovals, circles, square and odd-shaped
opening frames, In gilt bronie, dark oak,
modern finishes, to fit every sire of pho
tograph and picture. Sanborn, Vail A
Co., 170 First street
B- a RICH CIGARETTE-HOLDERS.
'Amber and meerschaum In profusion,
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the Installment Business.
For $5 Down and SI Per Week
You can have one of our best machines :
Come and Sec Our Stock
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,The Largest Talking Machine House in the World
' Wholesale and Retail, l3Si Seventh Street '
Retail Branch, .340 Washington Street
Do you stop to think T Why Ao you
go six and seven miles away to Lents
and 8t Johns and pay as much or more
for lots? . .Why not buy inside lota,
where you have streets, sidewalks,
sewer, electric lights, Bull Run water,
street ears, schools and churchesT We
can give you terms.. ,
Cole's Add., lot A, blk. , 00
Proebstel Add. to Afhlna, lot 8.
and 8. block 3 . .. . AVZ . . . , . ..1000
Albion Add. to Alblna, lotVTblk. 4.. 100
Lincoln Park, lot 8, block IS S00
Park Add. to Alblna, lots 10 and -
11. block 11, each 800.
Tolman Tract lots 7 and 8, blk. 25,. 400
Park Add. to Alblna, lots 8 and 4.
block 1 850
City View Park Add., lots 1 and 18, -
block 1 . ,, Jti , , 400
Highland Park, lot 22, block 8 100
Highland Park, lots 8 and 10, block
12, each -......... , -. 100
Highland Park, lot 24, block 13... 100
Highland Park, lots 8and 16, block
14. each . , ..w-100
Highland Park, lota 5 and 0. block
15, eaoh i .... i . 100
Highland Park, lot 8. block A ..... loo
Bell wood, lot. lL.bloek 41 V..,.,. 800
Sellwood, lot IB, block 8 1 100
Fulton Park, "lotsai and 12, block
O , .; . ....... 360
North "Alblna, lots 1 and 41. block
26, each . , .... , , 180
Gay Add., lot 2, block 8.......... loo
Glencoe Park, lot 7, block 4 ..... . 800
Park Add., Alblna, lot . 8 and 9,
block 11, each ....... 100
Albion 'Add., lots H, ;3 vgnd .24.
; block 4, each ..,.,. 100
Richmond Add., lota , , 10, 18. and.
20.. block 2, each ........... . ... . 800
Richmond Add.; lot 11, IS and 16,
block 6, each 800
Richmond Add., lots 6, 1Q and 12,
block, 10, each i 800
Richmond Add., lot 8, 10, 12, 14
and 16, block 11, each , 800
Dolan's Add., lot 6, block 8 87S
Ravenswood Add,, lot 1. blk 6 . . : . . . 850
Carter's Add. to E. Portland, lot 6,
block 11 . 800
Prettyman's Add., lots 2, 6 and 8,
block , each 300
Third Electric Add., lot 1. blk. 4.. 850
First Electric Add., lots J5, 86 and
87, block 7 150
Third Electric Add., lot 2, block . . 800
Llnwood Add., lots 10 and 11, block
. 2, each ,v ..,,,,.,.... . soo
Llnwood Add., lots 7, S and , block
1. each 90Q
Tobasco, lots 8 and 4, blk , each. . 60
Sunnyeide Add., lots 8 and S, block
60, eaoh .- . i , 850
Taberdale, lot I. block 1 ...,,..., 300
Peninsular Add., No. 8, lot ; 10,
- block 10 ....... . . . ... i. . ... t ... 80
Peninsular 4 Add., No. 8, lo'ts 26, ; -,27.
M, Z9, 30 and S. blk. 39, each 50
J. L. Wells & Co.
84 ORAJVD ATS.-VvS': ,,!'',, VXOWB 385.
FITS DOZ.X.ARS per month buys lot In
( t , Maplewood," on Woodstock car
line; splendid location: 20 mln
.' . 'utes takes you, to or from your
business. Price of lots from 1100
to 3176;' all full else; nothing
better on the market . Let us
. show them to you; water piped
to each lot -,',.-..-.-
$1050 S-room cottage ' and ' lot neat
. . Union avenue; $260 cash, bal
ance to cult; a bargain. ,
83300 -room modern house, near Wil-
Ham ave.; cement basement
v . gas, etc.: 3600 cash, balance 320
per month.- ,
8 ACRES -Near car line. - Price $460
8250 cash; a nap; ground all In
, cultivation, j No house,
f 185 Lots In Roselawri, on Wood lawn
. car Jine; easy payments.
Will rent your homes, look after re
pairs and collect rent Terms low.
Sahlstrom & Patterson
839 STARS ST. ?X01OI XOOD 317.
FARM FOR SALE
A beautiful 60-acre farm, well im
proved, on the Willamette River. Only
$3,000. Very easy terms.
. HENKLE & BAKER
BIT Ablngton Bldg, Portland. Or.
Nice, level land,' near Mllwaukle, Or.;
all fenced; 8 acres cultivated! sell cheap
HENKLE & BAKER
' '' Sir Abinrton SaUdlnr.
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Itching pile produce moisture and
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Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles sro
cured by Dr. Bo-san-ko's Pile Remedy
Stops Itching and bleeding. Absorbs tu
mors. 60c a Jar, at druggists, or sent
by malt Treatise free. Write me about
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DR. W, NORTON DAVliS
in Every' Case
We wish to make on point dis
tinct and emphatic, the remedies
employed In treating- our patients
are prescribed and compounded to
meet the exact ' requirements In
eaoh Individual ease. Every pa-
" ours can resi assurea
that the treatment he receives is
not the "ready-made"- glnd. If you
want such treatment, go to a drug
tore and buy a patent nostrum. -
We make a study of every case
we treat, note all conditions In
the beginning-, note all develop
ments as the case progresses, and
so alter our remedies as to accom
plish just what our knowledge
end .traineL perception tells us
must be accomplished. After
dlagnoslhs; your case we will know
Just what you-: need. We have
treated thousands of cases Iden
tical with your own, and many
more ef a similar nature.
To but partially cure a con
tracted disease Is almost as dan-
ferous as 10 anow it to go un
reated. Unless every particle of
infection and inflammation is re
moved the probability exists that
the disease will gradually work
Its way Into the general system.
81111 greater Is -the danger of the
prostate pland becoming chron
ically inflamed, which always
bring on partial or complete loss
of powe.r. Perhaps 25 per cent of
..the cases of so-called r weakness
are a direct result of some Im
properly treated contracted dis
ease. We have treated thousands
of cases of contracted disorders
with our system, and have effect
ed a thorough, and safe cure In
each instance. ; There have been
no relapses or undesirable devel
opments whatever, artd our pa
tients have been cured In lens
time than other -and less thorough
forms of treatment require In pro
. dutlng even doubtful renults,; y ,
J Varicocele i i'v
We guarantee to cure varloocele
by a method that Involves no cut
ting, no ligature or caustic - Ni
other physician employ the same
treatment, and so thoroughly Is
our work that there need not be
the slightest far of a relapse into
the - old condition.- Those - who
have been long afflicted with va
ricocele will never realise the In
Jury It has caused until they feel
the vim, energy and buoyancy of
spirits that a complete cure will
'bring? . -''. ,. , --: V
"Weakness" is not a nervou
disorder, demanding a tonic sys
tem of treatment, but is merely
a symptom of chronio inflamma
tion or congestion in the prostate
gland. The congestion exists a
a result of early dissipation or
some Improperly - treated eon
traded disorder, and require
mainly carefully directed local
measure. By our own orlglnul
method the prostate gland Is
quickly restored to It orlglnul
state, which results in full and
complete return to strength and
vigor. Our cures are permsneut
because the condition responsible
for the functional disorder is en
tirely removed, end we are con
vinced that by no other treatment
is a radical cure of thl ailment
possible, v-' . ":
' bur treatment'for stricture re
moves the necessity for surgical
operations, even in severe cases
of long standing. We do no cutr
ting or dilating. No other physi
cian employ our methods .or
overcoming this disorder, so the
ervlce we offer you i original
and distinctive. Do not give wp
hop because others have failed.
We will cure you and the cure
will be prompt- and a palnlesi one.
dur treatment dissolves , tho
trlcture,- and permanently re
moves every obstruction from the
urinary passa'ge, subdues -all In
flammation, removes all Irrita
tion or congestion that may ex
Ist in the kidneys or bladder, re
duces enlargement of the P"
tate gland and restores health
and tone to all organs affected by.
the disease., ! : -
Quick Cuxs. Crtsla Cures.
We cure the worst cases of piles
permanently without the -use of
ointments, without pain, cutting
or detention from business, in
from two to three treatmentaOur
treatment Is entirely new and pe
culiar to ourselves. Remember,
no matter who ha failed before
in your case, we, will cure you
with mild methods, and without
danger, or else make no charge
whatever for our services.
7 Should you live at a distance,
we can treat you successfully at
home, .!-i$h''p-lA',WtV&-!il- Z'-'-
WB Attn - ALWAYS WII.t
IJS0 TO WAIT JOE OUR
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donsultrftlon and advice free at
out office or by mall. Our book
explaining male anatomy free.
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7 to S p. m. dnndays and boll
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V. Norton Davis
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