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THE OREGQN SUNDAY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING. vrOVEltflSER 18. 1908
T THIEF TELLS
ALL ABOUT IT
Famous Assay Offica Embazzier
Loves Seattle Best
TEARS HIS REPUTATION-
WILL HURT THE TOWN
Makes Clean Breast of It, and Hopes
Society Will Take Him Back When
. f Ht Has Dons His. Ten Years on
McNeil's Island. 'V" . "' ,
- (Spaeisl Wasatch to Tke Josmal J
? Seattle, Nov. It. George Edward
Adania. tor the first time, took the
. newspapers Into hi confidence today
and told of his reasons for pleading
: guilty to the indictment of ateallnc
sold dust and substituting sand, while
'"" It waa passing through the local assay
' office. ' - ' -r
He aald he realised that be waa
pleading when there waa much doubt
: aa- to whether - the - government could
have obtained a conviction. ,
, Be said be understood the incorrect
reDOrta about bis actlona were partly
due to the fact that he had refused to
talk before for publication, but ha waa
now ready to tell Just why he had not
After expreaeing a strong affection
" for Seattle and tte future.; ami a desire
to see the sassy office here recognised
as of the most important- character, he
" saidjtjs-aa onlythls greatjregard for
the city and the office that compelled
' him to act aa he did, realising the pen
' alty he must pay.
"I waa afraid," he aald. "If I did plead
guilty and stick to my confession, made
immediately after my arrest, that there
would be other arrests made, and tt
would greatly hamper the work of the
aasay office. I do not mean to Imply
that there were others involved, but in
' order to get at the troth the govern
ment would have been obliged tu-Srrest
others, and the business of the office
would have been retarded and Its repu
tation would bar suffered moat eeri
. susly." , .
With tears etreamlng down bis cheeks
, Adams said be would take his punish
ment and be does not see. why he should
not be forgiven and taken ,back Into
society when he leave the 'prison on
McNeil's Island behind, 1 years bancs.
He Intends to have a correspondence
course in the sciences during bis In
. caroeratlon and will devote the subse
, quent days ef his Ufa to solentiOo re
search. . . . v .
MOTHER KILLS CHILD
TRYING TO SAVE IT
(tpaelal Dlipatrk hy tsaead Wire to Tha J,nn
New Orleans. Nov. 17.While at
tempting to take from ber i-year-old
,baby daughter loaded revolver which
the child had found in a trunk, Mrs.
. Florence All. a native of the Kast In
dies, today accidentally shot and killed
the little one at the home of the family.
The child found great sport In play
ing with the pistol and realated,, the
mother's atempts to .secure It The
baby clung desperately to the dangerous
toy, whioh exploded aa It was wrenched
; from the child's grasp. The -bullet en
tered the baby's head, producing In
stant death, and the corpse fell at the
"feet of the horror-stricken mother.
; IT eat Advertisement,
From the London Tribune.
From the window of a shop off Upper
street, Isllngton: "Wanted, an Errant
Q!rl. Must be Respectable. Apply
within," s ; s : v-
.From the Chicago News. -
A hers la man who happened to be
on hand at the right time and made
Men Now VUltlng the IT
City Invited to Call.
- It pays men to go to the Dr. W. Norton Davis company. Their phy
sicians isre of the world's best specialists. They are known through
out the northwest to be reliable, honest, upright physicians and surgeons.
Quick and lasting cures have established their reputation. Cured patients
Indorse them. Grateful men recommend them.
Call at Once If You Are In Trouble
StXTsT Toung and middle-aged men who have Injured themselves in '
body and mind, with weak back, falling strength, sunksn cheeks, hollow
eyes, bad habits, dissipation, poor memory.
Over 50 Per Cent of -Our Patients Have Been
Cured for $10 and Many Only $5 During tht
Past 17 Years In This City We Give th
' " v Best Treatment at the Lowest Prices. ?
' We are always willing to arrange teflls to -suit. Tou ean pay by the
visit, by the week or by ths month, and we give liberal discount for cash..
Remember, our charges are the lowest snd most reaeonable In the olty, ;
and you get the very bent treatment. Cs!l snd And out about your case
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YAAICOBB TJBIBS, wormy veins, varicocele, reduced snd cured with-
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Consult us free and .find out how we cure wlthoui-tb. knife,
Our price for a cure le the cheapest In tbe northwest.
CHBOITXO skin diseases, ecxema, ulcere, sores, piles, constipation, Itch
Ins;, heart, kidneys, llv-r, stomach, catarrh, rheumatism, pains.
On of Town Ka Tuning ths Olty Consult us at once upon arrival
and maybe you can be cured before returning home.' Many esses can
be crtred in one or two or more visits. Consultation and advice free.
WmiTsV People who 11 vs In outside towne and In the country who
cannot call should write for consultation and advloe, free. Many cases
. have been cured by home treatment.
Our new treatment has cured 1. 0 Oft others and 'will cure you. Come
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We will tell you If you are afflicted,,,. Consultation free.
Zf yew tree oat of the city, oomylf or one visit yon ean go back ea
ths aext train. ., r,' , , , .
You Need Not Pay Until You Are Cured
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ness house In Portland, to be-paid to us after you have been restored, to
health. e......tJ1 . - ,
- Office hours t a. m. to t p. m : Sundays and holiday, II a. m. to 11 m.
I DR. W. NORTON
Leading- peciallste la ths
i TAsT OT StOTXlV, tttt-TaTXBS ST,
MATE OF riM IS KILLED
Thomas Ogden of the Andrew
Hick M eats - Death at'- -
: ' v' Sea. .- ;' ; ,,
'(SpeclaTTfpt-h by Laed Wire t The Jonraan
San Francisco. Nov. 17. The whal
ing bark Andrew Hicks returned here
today, after an eleven months' cruise
rt'i-Hg yhlrh ThnmM.fg" the first
mate of the veesul. was -VftTedTiy-
whs Is and several of the crew were ao
hadly Injured tha t I hey-were conflnoji
to their bunks for weeks.
- The catch of the eeaeon amounted to
It whales, which brought about 710 bar.
re la of oil. Tbe cruise extended to the
South aeaa and then to the Arctic - In
tbe latter watcra not a whale waa cap
tured. Mate Oicdtt. met his death -on
July It,, while of t. the Alaskan coast.
In the vicinity of Kadlak island, A boat
In cbsrjw-trf Ogdett had struck a whale
and the men were waiting to shoot It
sgaln, when It struck Ogden In the
bsck with Its tall and cut through the
gunwale of the boat. Ogden fell uncon-
dous In the bottom of the boat and ths
whale was Cut loose. ; The boat returned
to the vessel, where 10 hours later Og
den died.'" - -:r-- . .-'
-. Ocden was well known on this coast
and one time waa master of the bark
Alice Knowlee. ' .
... The Andrew Hlcka reached port short
of provisions, snd the -crew stated that
If the trip bad lasted another week
they would have been- without food
The men complained bitterly of the food
and said that for months they had boon
fed on salt beef and cracker hash.
- BHHE RAILROADS
Western Lines Call In Annuals
Given to Immigration
;. Agents.' ' -..
(Special Dispatch fey Leased Wire to The Jonrmal)
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 17. -Thirty thou
sand railroad pasaea were today - canceled-
by telegraph by ths Union Pacific,
the Burlington, the Santa Fa and other
western railroads, and SO.Ott real eatate
scents who have been engagsd In bring
ing settlers Into the great unsettled
west will hereafter be compelled to pay
their way while passing bsck and forth
over the weatern railroads. It la ths
hardest blow aver dealt the west. In
the opinion of railroaders and bualnsss
men in general. ' .
Oarrlt Fort, assistant general passen
ger agent of ths Union Pacific, returned
from Washington today, where he had
taken the-jmatter of railroad passes for
land agenta up with the interstate com
merce commission, and was told that
passes could not be legally Issued to
these agenta. Thousands of real eatate
agents-who were partially engaged in
bringing' settlers from the cast, but
who are not ao engaged for any one
railroad, nor for all their time, are af
fected by the order. '
'These passes have been Issued fot
years." said Mr. Fort, "and the rapid
colonisation of the weat la due to thess
agents more then to all other causes
put together. The railroads furnished
the" land agents free transportation, but
that la now cut off, and these men prob
ably will go out of business. The west
will be the sufferer.".
. Operators Ktlll Oat.
serial Dteearck by ls4 Wire to Tbe IiuuD
Houston, Tex.. Nov. 17. Ths only de
velopment of any Importance In tbe
atrlke of the Weatern Union operators
today was the meeting In Dallas by Su
perintendent J. C. Smith with a com
mittee of - operators,- who, tt is "under-
stood, demanded the reinstatement of
the force on , strike here. It la aald
that the company la willing to treat
with the men as Individuals, but this Is
not satisfactory to the strikers. Ths
Dallas committee will hold A meeting
tomorrow and further developments are
looked .for Monday.
AAAAA AA A AA A. A.
DAVIS & CO.
sTorthwes. BstabUshed 18S.
OOS1TZB VXMM, rOKTZJLirS, OB.
POISOn MAY HAVE
Autopsy Fails to JReveal Secret
of Mrs Creffield's Sud-
(Bpeelal DUpateh te The Journal.)
Sfattie. Winh.. Nov. . 17. The au.
topsy on "MaudT'CreTfteld. perfojuied-axj
ii o cioca mis niornina; py coroner Csr-I
roil and other surgeons, allowed thJt the ;
heart. lungs, liver and kidneys were in
a healthy, condition. The atoraaoli' was i
Luken out and will be' analysed tomor
row or Monday. , Carroll says that death j
might be due to poisoning, neuralgia of j
me Heart oruraemla,
-Lawyers who have been preparing the
defense of Esther Mitchell, Indicted for
the murder-ef ber-brother Qeorge, have
signified their intention of laying the
blame, of the homicide' to the sinister
influence Maud Creffleld exercised ovtir
the slrl murderess. It was atnhllnhiw1
St tha tint. f th IrttltnB that Mr
Creffleld bought the revolver and urged
.Esther Mitchell on to, the ..commission
of the crime. She acknowledged '.her
part In the plot, ahortly after her ar
rest, and aald that she and tether bad
a perfect understanding in tha whole
matter, and Esther was selected to-do
the shooting because she, aa the aveng
ing wife of her husband's murderer,
would be watched too closely.
Thla Influence waa exercised over the
murderess during the many days the
pair have ahared the same prison cell.
The younger woman followed her com
panion around like a doc would stay at
the beela of Its master. - Companions
frequently -remarked that Esther Mitch
ell looked like a subject under hypnotto
spelLOnJhesc grounds, aasartsd hy-4
tha Qttorneys for the girl, whose nana
are stained with ber brother's blood,
they will seek to secure ber release
from Imprisonment or Incarceration In
an Insane asylum. ' ,
They say that the girl Is brighter
and bappler alnoe her companion died.
ONLY WHAT HE EXPECTED
orrowful Comment ef Taljhful, ateart-
brokea rathe of ths ranatlo.
(Special Tnspatrh te Tse JooraaLI
Corvallla, Or.. Nov. 17. "This la what
I have been expecting for a lone; time."
is the remark of O. V. Kurt upon
reading- the telegram this morning an
nouncing the death of bla daughter, Mrs.
Maud Creffleld, at Seattle. Mr. Hurt i
and bis daughter Mae left at noon today
for Seattle. The mother does not go.
Hurt will not bring the remains here.
Mr. Hurt, who has been lavish in his
attentions to .his wayward daughter all
along and recently aold his little home
here supposedly to get funds to de
fend her, waH overcome with emotion
on the receipt of the news trrts morning.
The townspeople generally, while
sympathising with the father, say
death was a merciful solution c$ tha
problem. . , .
SEATTLE RABBI 18 DECLAREff
tO BE IfflPOSTER
Highest '"' Church
(SDestal Dtroateh Tke
Seattle, Nov. 17. Rabbi HI Oenss, who
for a deoade and a half has been regard
ed by the Gentiles ofBeattle as the au-
thoriied heed -at the-Oithodo - Jewtsh-f
church of this city. Is declared by tbe
highest authority In the church and by
many of bis former followers, to be an
Impostor who for years has acted upon
Ms own aoeord And performed the funo- i
tlons of a rabbi when . he . had
no testimonials or rabbinical training.
The main - authority for thla state
ment, which will come aa a surprise to
hundreds of Seattle Gentiles, who know
Oenss, Is Rabbi O. A. Halpern, who waa
regularly appointed the neaa 01 tne
Blkurohoiln congregation about a year
ago, and who came here from Fort
Worth, Texas, after having been dnly
elected by tbe people over whom be Is
presiding at the present time.
- ii i i i
IS BACK FROM PARIS
Kew Tork, Nor. 1T Walter Wellman,
the Arotlo explorer, who will try to
reach ths north pole by airship, arrived
In this city today from Havre. Ur.
Wellman expects to remain In this
country for five weeks, then return to
Paris, where be will superintend the re
construction of ths motors and other
apparatus for his airship.
Major Hersy will join him with ths
rest , of the expedition next June. Mr.
Wellman said today: - -
"Next year we go back, ready for tha
real work before us. - Our plant la com
plete and rea'dy. i The framework of
the balloon shed Is 'erected, but the cov
ering, some 10,000 yards of canvas, has
been taken flown, it is cut ana nttea
and ready to put tip. "The airship, the
America, has been taken to Paris to be
enlarged. When completed aha will be
186 feet long, 62 feet In diameter and
will contain 2(0,000 cubic feet of gas.
with a lifting power of It, 150 tons."
TWO WHITE MEN FOUND
- AT'REST IN OPIUM DEN
Policemen Mallett and Keenan raided
Ah Loul opium den, at (I H Beoond
? treat, at 1 o'clock this morning snd
ook Ah Louis - and two white men,
Frank X Lawrence and Harvey W.
Clark, to the station. Lawrence - snd
Clark . wort, locked up on the charge of
smoking opium and h LOlll Hrm HI
ball to lnaure his appearance tor. answer
a I I
to in cnarK w runniiis n. .
Wishing to conceal his Identity Law-
renra rhewed on an envelone white he.
ing aearcbed St ths jail, but the officers
knew him. They say he , halls from
Butte, Montana. .
SECRETARY ROOT OFF "
ON SPEAKING TOUR
Washington,' Nov. 17. Secretary of
State Root left this evening for Kansas
City and BL Ivouls to deliver addresses
on the relations of the American re
publics. A number of South American
diplomats will hear him In Kansas City
Tuesday evening. Ths Inauguration of
this movement by the foreign secretary
Is credited highly significant In view
of his recent trip to South America and
ths assurance he then gave the people
of the lAtln republic that the United
States felt friendly , to the Drags or
l IT (i
vu u i
Experiment or take chances of any
sort. ( attempt to cure only those
dlsosses that I have been curing for
ths yat Jflwfea years, unrt 1 bwlteve
1 aw Justified in suylng- that I have
learned ail about thnm. tS'ere I lack
ing in knowledge pertaining to my
specialty 1 would never huve attained
my present .success, nor would I to
uuy be recogtiiaed bs the leading spe
cialist treating- nicn'a tlsniiiuit. If
afllided. VOll Clin denenA unnn It tKut
uie nurvica. oorri;r--ou ia-lUe-sMrvi)e-i
you need, and Is service such us can
be rendered by no other physician. ,
My prxodce liTThe iararest beceruae
I lnvnrliibly fulfill my promises.-
T'riiler my trentmnut the most as'
gravAted cosos of varicocele are
cured in a few. daya1' time. Tliare is
no iviln, and it Is seldom nocoasary
that the patient be detained from hie
occupation. Normal circulation la at
once .restored throughout all the or-
pann, end the natural processes of
waste and repair are again estab
lished. If you are afflicted with va
ricocele, consult me at ' once. De
lays can but brtns . on - anient va ted
conditions and nervous complications
that will Impair the vital functions
and Involve the general health.
. Contracted Disorders
In. "the treatment of disorders I of
fer a service such as no other phy-
siclan can render. The remedies I
employ have a most thorough and'
positive action In cleanslns: the mem
branes of all infection and subduing
all inflammation. My manner of ap
plication Insures absolute thorough
ness, and removes every possibility
of relapse r a chronic, stage. My
cures are not only thorough, but are
..accomplished In the briefest time
We Cure MEN ONLY
LICENSED TO PRACTICE
. MEDICINE IN OREGON
We Treat the Following Diseases
''V- r t)nly ,
Bhsamatlsm, Acute sad Chronla.
Blood $olaon. Gonorrhoea. Varicocele.
sTenrasthenla. Jrervoue Seollae. Varalyals.
Gleet. . ByphlUs. , Uss.
Kidney, Bladder and AU Urinary D
A LIFE LONG CURE FOR
VARICOCELE CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON
, We cure this disease without operation or ligi
ture, and under our treattnent the congested condi
tion soon disappears, the parts are restored to their
natural condition, vigor snd strength, snd circulation
is reestablished. . , .
r We cure 'strictdre: without the knife by sri applica
tion which acts directly on the parts affected, dis
solving the stricture completely. Our treatment is
psinless and in nowise interferes with your business
duties. - ... , , .
Aonts and Chronlo Discharges, vis.! 'donorrhoeo, Vrosrtaitlo Sis eases, cured by the use of the only solan
tlflo method known, injurious to ths system in no way,' ahape or form; uut. on the contrary. It builds up ths
system -and the diseased part returns to a aound and healthy condition.
lf yon have viol
system, oome to as before yon become
nave saa a reams,
vitality, oome to us at enosf ou treatment will wop all-drains and veseome all weakness aaA positively se
store yon to strenrth and health.
THOSB WHO KAVB BEES DISAPPOINTED BT TTWSVrXI.ED BFBOIAT.ISTS IBB ZAJIsTBtmT IB
QTmSTBO TO IimiSTIOATB )TSt METHODS ABTD TERMS WITHOUT DILAT, WHIGS HAD TXBT SOHH
W HI HEOrU HTIJlOr WOULD HATH BATED TB.sU TUTH AID MOB-XT. Write If you cannot call.
Houra--s s m. to
SHORTAGE OF FOOD
Suffering Among Flood Victims
in Puget Sound District
-. . Lack of Supplies.--
(SVeelal Dlat-k to Te JooroalJ ' '
Seattle, Nov. 17. Floods in the White,
the Black ' and the Duwamlah valleys
have settled Into a lake four miles wlds
by ten lonit, and several days will Inter
vene before they empty Into Fuget
sound. ' ' '
. In the meantime, the people who have
fled to the hills from their ,l: water
covered home , are being driven desperate-by
hunger. Many of these hills
are surrounded with water, and It Is im
possible to get' to the mainland. The
provisions' tnken along at the time of
escape are riving out and expeditions
will, be formed to succor the distressed
- Mrs Cbsres Jackson returned to her
hillside home at Imwamlah In A boat
today. and found the tenanta she had
left, two eats and a dog, supplemented
by" five families, comprising tt persons.
Including' 11 children ranging from S
month to five years old.
The Jackson home was the first hill
the refugees could reach.
Men empioyea wairmng tne itenton
.Tnnni i .uji.,.,. bridge were refnsed
food by people living cloe TyrT5causwfjUut,JL,!K1 proeecutlonsJnjsJhsiuu-t
- - ... . I
.,. - nve barely enough to subsist upon
themselves, and no other supply was
In ths little town of Foster, one .store
hfie parceled out In stnall qunntlties its
stores of groceries to those who have
been" able to reach 1t. They are cut
off absolutely from all -communication
with the markets. ,
In farm houses nearly all the stocks
of vegetables hnve been hist and In many
cases stores held In upper stories alone
saved ths situation thus far. The first
Inunch. sent -QutltaJeam -the conditions :
of the flood-imprisoned people, reached
them this af ternooji . and . they asked for
newspapers liefore they would speak of
their own sorry plight or request that
provisions be brought to them.
Every Item of news concerning the
general conditions of the. flooded val
ley was more eagerly anatched at than
food would have been' had it been
thrown at them. " ' s
Railroad business Is paralysed. The
flood conditions ar the worst ths'rall-
. ' . TATXOX,
' The Ieadlna; Bpeolallst, '
ICY FEB IS OIT&T
. XV 1ST VVCOM7X.IOATSD CASH
istahiishea as rears we never
Lb Portland. , .
It may be in its,primary stage, or it msy have been
hereditary or contracted in early days, thereby being
constitutional. , We cure all its complications. We
stop its progress, ersdicats every vestige of poison
from the System, and this without ths usa Of mer
cury or potash. . . . .
. WEAKNESS ,---7
Whether scquired or inherited, is cured by our
methods so that the parts affected srs restored to
their normsl conditions. The established curs is
, permanent, not
of health and are oonsolons of oonstaat drain whloh la nndermJninr yoas
a nervous snd physical wreck. If
ambition and euera . nnabla to eonsemtratai von thoarhta. laik
We hare cured thoneanda of weak man.
t p. m.; fcvenlngs, T te t 10; Sundays, I
and Surgical Dispensary
cobhxm- uooaro ajtd tamxtxx, stheets, fohtxito, obzooh,
roads have ever experienced In western
Washington. : ,
- The loss Is esMmsted at ' $500,000, of
which the Northern Paclflo la by far
the greatest sufferer. Ths Great North
em expects to operate a transconti
nental passenger train by tomorrow or
Monday, but the Northern Paclflo wjll
not get a passenger train out for 'It
days,- and freight traffic will not bo re
leased east for nearly three weeks.
The Northern Paclflo loss in trsck-
sgs and bridges Is f ISO.000. ' Great
Northern 1 100,000. Columbia and Puget
Sound and Chicago Milwaukee A St
Paul (In gradea) each 110,000, Puget
Bound Electric Co. $36,000 and Seattle,
Hen ton and Southern $1,000, or a total
JEROME EXPLAINS WHY
HE HAS DONE NOTHING
New Tork, Nov. 11 Distrlot Attor
ney Jerome In an open letter of 1S.0OO
words to Governor Hlgglns, made public
bla excuse for failure to prosecute high
officials in the Mutual Life Insurance
company. The letter was in answer to
one received by Mr. Jerome on June II,
1906, from Governor HIggins, ssking for
an Investigation -of the Insurance busi
ness In New York... Mr. Jerome' en
nounces ho will now take up the New
York Life Insurance company, and It
la' sxpected that before his term of
office explrea. In 10S, that ths district
attorney will make a reply to ths gov
ernor who may bs then in Office.
Mr. Jerome "has found many moral
offenses In the management of the
Mutual Life, but contends that through
Inability to get evidence or , ths non
existence of statutes applicable to ths
crimes nidlcated It la Impossinie 0 in-
crimes nidlcated it la Impossible to in
atlnllAMS nAiilJ harH,lnMiu1 . - All tha I
fictions could" br'OMoined. - All tbe
blame for the existence of criminal
offenses In the Mutual Life business
is put up to former Superintendent of
COAST OYSTER TRUST
SAID TO BE FORMING
BelllnBhsm, Wash., Nov. IT.-fWhat
some people have elected to call a bud
ding jyster "trust" is marchlns; op ths
roust and has arrived at Bi-lllngham
TThroash-H. Brsnsfor-Df Portland,
Ita representative, this concern has se
cured an Interest In snd, oplon on more
thsn 1.600 sores of fins oyster beds at
Samlrs. , -
Mr. Brsnsford's deal Involves sn ex-,
pcndlture on the local, beds of about
$40,000, and BelUngham Is to. become
one of the chief oyster exporting centers
of ths Paclflo coast The object, which
l AM EVER IN DOUBT
t am never In doubt aa to what the
results from my treatment will-be.
Day after day for alzteen yeara I
have been earing rwae sfter rasa nt.
the several diseases peculiar to men.
; No case comes to me now, the like
of which I have not , treated acores
of times in tha pust, and I can al
ways svy definitely whether I will
be al'l e to effect a permu n e ntjsu re
I never hold out falae hopes or
ni(ike promises. that I cannot fulfill,
snd you can rely absolutely upon
any encouragement I may be able
to offer you.. If I promise you
cure, a cure: will follow.
I cure functional weakness In men.
now oiT no otRer phyereian Cur
ing thla ailment. Most doctora treat
wronitly.' They give stimulants and
tonics. ' These things can't cure.
"Weakness" Is a symptom of pros
tatic disorder, and the treatment
must bs local. Thla Is a truth that
I myself revealed. . I have perfeoted
.the only system of local treatment
that cures ."weakness." A few doo
tors over the country claim to cure
by the same method, but their treat
ment Is only an - imitation of the
genuine "Joslen" method. Tbe gen
uine is here and Is administered by
its originator. . Don't hope to find It
Specific Blood Poison
No dangerous minerals to drive ths
virus to the Interior, but harmless,
blood - uleanslng , rsmedles that re-;
move the lsst poisonous taint.
234 Morrison Street
Cor. 2nd, Portland. Or.
We never disappoint our patients!
We accept any incurable cases! '
We never hold out false hopes!
vtt. i : r ' t . ' . ' ' . . . .
iau in any case we taicei
yon are weak,
loo my and despondent.
Tim. Tig-os and
i. m. to it noon.-
- Root and -Herb
rested), tfc. Incredlents at
whir . Import dlraet from tbs Ori.st la
large eoaatltlea aad pr.pata sad sat s fw
see la kla sp-te-data l.batory. V BMresry.
eelaone or dracs ef sar kisd SMd. Isriy
Tba Doctor treat serem'stly and jrearanteea
t ear -mi itom.rb tmnhle. t.rrh.
Ions, toroat. rbesmnti.m. jertusai
stflnev and ie.t m.nhaod. l
ilUALM THOUBirs AlfAXX PklTATI
Ke fals mlaleadlntf atatasMata t .
afSletad. A aaf and laatlns ur Is tbe u!c.
et pomlbla tiro, and at the lowest coat so
lMe for bonHit treatment,
If ? eannot eall. write foe symprom blsss
aad eirmlar. terlm. 4 eosf In atamss.
Css 0. O Wo CamM JUdi.ia. Oe., 1SH
fuel St., Oer, atorrisos, Partlsad. Os,
Pis mantlaa tkis mm.
Fook Sang 5c Co.
Of I m BXIX.T.SD CsTUT.
r ... -..a 3 sia-si JnwnT.sa.
JAT IU .CHONO, Mgr.
231 Alder St.. Portland
Pure. Beautiful Jad
Jewelry, Oold Bracelet
and Hlgnet Klnse of all
tlesurlptlone- made to or
der. American names
engraved in Chinese
chnrscters on pure sold
id-luck rlns-e engraved with
the three carrV.ral Chinese characters,
via! Olorv. Prosnerlty end Lonsevlty.
Charges reasonable and orders of any
design promptly executed and sent pre
paid to any part of the United States.
OMnr!. " HtvForm.
' (' K0)W TO rail.
- Tarrant a xtraot at Vabab nd
Oapalbain - .
Tb.Mi v ear Cn
Uk. oer.nl.n esrrr.- . Kui-ir
ilat . ' . H .
St.. FortiaBd. ir.'ini
IWrut Co.. 44 lldilim
U- fl . J
ae br siall from
at. New Vark.
Mr. . Bransford's -company has in view
Is to get 'ffnout-h oyster beds to supply
ths toast's rapidly growing markets.
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wo UNIOtf PACIHC
3Trains to the East' Daily 3
tKrzczc:.T, r. : :
as-eara sell, to o..b, o,i... b L.-I.
rKm'' eleei'lns-ears U.llr to Kaasaa 0ti.
uS. ?.t 5L"ta ."'" l"aee Tie
fTnifssi n.. .... .
tno Ea.t Tin lluatlnston, fllr: S SOaai S:0S sal -tHk'P
. riftr fnc Et.rs .,'.
aahlDstoa. Walla Walla.
tewtatoa. Csssr-d'Aleae aad'----'
"f'l. North. point, dally, (ill SSI SKM
AtUnfle Ktpreu fit the East
rnrt.aad-niirra lorr. for all '
Ptmtt hetwrea Blsrs ssd i
ortiasa. d.y 7r;: s-is.m S:0S.
' sw . V0'1""" D1TISIOM.
i.V ".""?. Po'st. eoontlas wltk
H.LTT. f J'eo Dd ViortU Beaea. Stessi
rA?Vs-A!!h',t- .iock- "ves I p. a. dallr. .
If.? '-dayi Satnrdar, 10 p. a. , ArrlTM '
lMt I p. n... eieept Snndae.
-J Pyton, Onros CHf aad Tamhin rrm
K5i imr! M ktdoe, aahet. Sock.
aifitini ''."A" sauoay iwant s--
Billtlnf). Arrir T:0 a. m. i.ll,. uaaS
Slr-Ti. 1 w.j points feast
t JllV. s.'A- "mm 8pok.il Vad Ink
N? a StiS 4? ee poo srrlTiUTrsIs
Ticket Office -fnird and W..blsftos eta.
Wm. Mctt RRaT. O.B.r.1 huwie A.
r- a tit
(Inrl,., 1.' m .
for Salem, BoMhorg. A.k-
land, Naeranente, OiiUa. ". . , .
a rraeciaeo. Stork too. ' " :'
Naw Orlaao Ud the eaar.- 8:tl par T:U psr
Mornlns train eoaneeU at
WMilhnn . '. .
I V.. """"I anf.i
and SIlTertoa local S:00 asi T:St sat
tott.i. Qrov paaaasm
eonoeets at WoedWs and
Albany dally, .io.pt Son. :
ey. with train, for points
os woKtbnTB-Sprln(a.ld and
4:10 pm 0:20am
ournuRi pa.rnsf!r. . ...v. -:iupm -ill :iri mm
roreat Oidt. paen....tn :O0 am llT Mam
roraat Orov jMMentr.... 11S:S0 pm t:0 pm
-miv. 1'ir.iir wwrrjn nosa.T.
For DalU and mtermadlat selata dally, T:SS
a. sv. ssd 4: is . sv An rr Partlaad IS: IS
a. m. and S:3S p. sv.
Pnr time sad card ef pjs nserbeo tiasw
apply at City Tk-kat Otfiea, r sutlos).
Tlrksta te Baaters points ssd Enr.fl alaa
an.n, China. Honolnla aad Ao.tr. 11a.
Citr Ticket Oftlr corner Third aad Wasp.
. ' I T I . . IW1 ' II 111.
W. btinwbr. .. Wm. MeMTTBnAT, f
vnr -rwsat Aft. otm. Paaa. Ataet,
JaUowstone Park -Kaasaa Olty- ...
t. Uala Special fat Cbehalia, v 1
Centralis, Olysipls, Oray'S
Harbor, Boats Band, Taeama,
Seattle, - Spokane, Lawletea, .
BstU. Blljlnf.. OsaTer, On a
ba. Kanaaa City. St, Leals
and BonthMat, daily..., Sistss diSSset
hortfc Ooaat Llmitsd, aioVtrl . ' . .
llrhted, far Taeoma. SMttle,
r:.fM. Botte, Mlaaeanolls,
Past aad tke Itaat. sally. tiStsej TltSssj
Pncat Sosad l.lmlted, for
Clar.meet. Obeballa, Oas- '
trail. Taeoma aad - Seattle
Mr. dally 4:Stpm SiSSssi
Twla City Express for Taea
ma, Seattle. Opokass. Helena.
rntte. St. Pael. MmeaapeUe,
laeoln. St. Joeeok, Kaa.as
City, Omaba, tt. Leals, with- ; -
ant en. ate or ears, uiraei
evnneetlona for all pobrts Eaat
aad sostbeaat. dally ll:4Sm lOiSSsai
TMC COmfOOTAJiX WAX.
2 Ovcrlanu Trains Dally
th Orwsul Llmitsd. the Fast stall-'
VIA SSATTLS AND SPOKANE.
Portlaad Urn eehedale
Dally. - Batly.
To and from Spokin. .
St. P.nl. MlnsMpolla, ,
Dtiloth aid all point
East via Seattle t:S0a TiOSsst
11:4 tm tiSOssi
To and from tt Past,
and ell points Baal
via Spokane S:IS pm ttOSsst
Oieat Varthoa ttaaauhlp Oe,
Selling from Svattl for Japaa -ssst
Cblna sort and Manila, ssrrylsg a.
Mncers and frlbt
S. S. Paketa, Xar.mVw St,
S. S. stinnaaota, Janoary S.
NIPPON TOSSW KAtSRA '
' (Japan 1111 Bteasi.blp Oe.) '
S. S. Akt XSn will sail frasa
So.ffT. Iboot Konsbw T foe Jnasa
and Cblnn pert, .carrytag s
Por ticket, nt. bertk. mills
tlooa, ate., call es r d(lrM
K. TJIOKSOX, 0. P. T. A. ItS Tktrd
at., rtruasa, orasea. raea auia sse.
Astoria &" Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Osloa Dapot ' Lear. Arrlv.
Por karsera. Rainier, Clata- ,
kanl. Weatpnrt. Cllttoo. A- f-' ' ' .-
toria. Warreutos, rlarel, , ; -
Hammonil, I'ort Hteveaa, Uear- '
bart Park. Sea.M.. t:00 U:Ma
A .tor la and Haabor. inrs
saiir r.7rrr.Trrr.-.'Tn)osm ' ttno tisr
All mm aany.
J. C. MAYO. ii. P. and P. A.. Aitorla. Or.
C. A. KTKWABT, Commerelal Afnt, S4S
Aliler ilwt. I'bnn Main BOO.
S. S. F. A. Kilbyrn
Par Can Bar, tor-a and Baa PraHetee.
Kext sailing from Fertlind, rllilay, Nov. It. '
Kx Railing from las rranrlsrai Thar., Nov, St.
CHAS. E. ITERLtUITB, Af.t-
Oak Street tTock, Phone Main 2963
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