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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. SUNDAY HORNINO, JUKII 8, li:7.
mncTion coupmiy will push porr-ht ugiit
"Western Union Officials
Plan Use of Barclays in
'!. Event of a Strike.
HAVE FAITH IN NEW
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Trlerraphfwv' Place Will Be Filled
' With IaTonUoa of Ttoe-Preokleat
...'of ConpMjr If Agreement Is Not
- ; Reached. Y;. ;V'.'V.! !V'v""-r
(Pabllshenr' "Teas' br Special tiwl WIN.)
New York, Jun - l.fitrlk cloud
which have been hovering over' the
offleee of the Wttttm Union Telegraph
. company (or some weka seem to bar
bean almoat dissipated tonight, and tha
. surprising- independence and lndlffer
. area of the Western Union official to
. tha atrtke talk could bo traoad largely
to tha aaw machine for' tha trananoia
alon and receiving of messagea which
la rapidly being installed br tha Wsst
, arn Union. '
.. While tha machine la not absolutely
- new and haa been ueed experimentally
for torn time. It la aald that Ita real
value haa not been made apparent until
tha preaeat ertata.
. Hnohla to ppla Op erasers, - A
. The machine, which la known aa tha
' Barclay, named after John C. Barclay,
vloe-presldent of tha Western Union,
and lta Inventor and format owner. b-
viatea tha aeoeaelty of trained operatora.
- - any person -capable of operating any
' ordinary typewriter being- qualified to
aa tha machine, which, It la claimed.
haa greater accuracy and apeed thaa eaa
be poaalbly attained by tha moat akllled
operator.. . - ...' . 1'-,--'.
Mr. Barclay .who- aold hla patent te
" the Wee tarn Union, claim a that the aa
. of the machine will reault la a (I per
eent reduction of operating; expeuaea,
' while the efflcleney of the service la
Increased C per eent The earing la
expense oomea from the fact that girls,
paid from tt to tt per week, eaa do the
work of operatora who aver- tie a
'week. The proceea la simple to wok at
A message la tapped off oa what look
like aa ordinary typewriter. Through
this machine rune a tape and oa this
the (letter of the Morse alphabet are
impressed In dots and dashes. - The
taper la thea run through aa electrical
machine by which these dots and daahee
- are transmitted to the receiving end
, of the line directly on a typewriter.
It is claimed that with tt machine
already Installed Imth New Tork office
, one se Tenth of the' company's business
la now conducted by the machine.
Aa order for tee more "Barclays" haa
been placed, to be- Installed la off ice
over the entire system,- -
UP TO DEFENSE
Kester Kettenbach Counsel
Will Call ;Their First.
; ' .Witness Monday.
(pectal Dkpateh t The Joeraal.1
Moscow, Idaho, jTune L The gorern-
ment closed Its eaa against Ketteu
bach. K eater and Dwyer la th federal
court this afternoon. The last wltnes
waa S. A. Tannahlllr counsel for th de
fendants, who waa called to prove that
Defendants Kettenbach and K aster were
offloera of the twletaa National bank
. ' . ana nuDDfu me Dwunjwr. x nm cvuii
i bad called attention to the fact that
nothing had been -placed la evidence to
; ahow that .tha..defandaata war
- TannahUl. was unable to cay he knew
' . v of the relationship of defendants to tha
- bank,- but bo believed one' waa pre el-1
' dent and the other oaahler. Aaaomat
- Counsel Moore said the-eeee-tnaoV be
'a weak one, since the government would
resort to the unusual--method of lntro
' ductus .defendants" counsel- o--belp. bot-
' atef tip the governments eviaenoe.
The 'defense win oegm tne presenta
tion of evidence Monday mornlns; and
kas aaked that Mary J.' Harris, who
testified for th goTenunent be present
thea. . An oftort will be made to lm-
peaeh certain part of her testimony.
- Bsveral . wltneesee , were Introduced
this forenoon for the purpose of prov
lng- conspiracy. Their testimony ap
parently failed to ' Connect Kettenbach
and' Kester with the purported crime,
although It did Implicate Dwyer.
Fran,k Morrison of Clafkaton. "Wtsh-
lagtoo, - tea tinea tost , jswycr naa - ap
proached him. la ltot with a proposi
tion to go Into partnership. - He aald
li tiadr an erraneamanft with Wester .en
J aeouire - timber and one fourth of -all
that waa acquired would be his .share.
J He declined the' proposition.
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j BABON KUROKI SEES
i . YELLOW-MELODRAMA
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t (pshllehera' Pfeea by Ipeclal Lemtf Wire.)
' Chicago., vne l.Oeneral Baron Ku-
Srokl, after a day" outing at Lake Oe
nera, returned to the city and i tonight
" ' type of American western tmelodrama la
. i being presented with the usual accom
I panlmemt of plains, battles and make
' believe bloodshed Sunday night the
(Japanese war hero and : his suite will
tart for Seattle, whence they will sail
J for Tdkohama. V ' " '--".-' '
FUNERAL OF VICTDI
OF STAGE RUNAWAY
(tperlal rHaeatdi te The Journal.)
) Klamath Falls, ur., June I. Those
i, Injured la the disastrous, runaway of
the stage Wednesdsy, are getting along
f nloely and their Injuries have proved
! lea serious than at first thought. Ths
1 funeral of th driver, George Oalbreath.
who waa fatally Injured, waa held at
f. Poe Valley yesterday. No one can tell
the eauee of th runaway. It ws th
worst accident that ever occurred on a
- North Bank Rail iast Irrifon, .
Mrlei Dlesetc Is the iearsal.1
Irrlgon, Or., June 1 By i Monday
' noon. June 1, th track on the North
'bank railway will be laid to a point
r-ppoalte Irrlgoa, and on the evening
: 't that dey, If all goes well, the trsck
ring outfit will be wast of Ceolldge.
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Been of. NisbtWork Along
Work all night for three nights Is
part of the plan of the' United Kail way a
for the construction of their Front
street road in order not - to Interfere
with . the Front, street march ante oa
busy day. ' The four blocks from Mor
rison to Oak streeta, the heart of the
wholesale district, was left for the last
and the line was first completed from
Oak street- -o-th -terminal yards and
from Morrison -to- Carathera atreet be
fore work la tha congested -district was
LOCAL SCHOOL CHILDREN
Fite Cup Prizes. for Schools
Making the Best General
i Appearance in Line.
THEEE BANDS WILL
ADD TO COLOE OF EVENT
Final ArrangemeBta for CompetltlTe
Parade Hare Xot Been Completed
.But Will Be Some., Day This
Week. ' :
A meeting of all the committees and
workers having in charge the rose show
and fiesta June 10 and 11 hastbsen
called for tomorrow evening at o clock
In tfe Chamber-of Commerce building,
when final arrangemsnts will be . com
pleted in the different department con
nected with the work.
' President S. W. Row stated last
evening that the encouragement and
liberality from all elasseo presages aa
unqualified success for the floral car
nival. Those la eharg are- making
every effort to arouse interest both In
and out of Portland and they I confi
dently expeot that 100,000 guasta will
be In Portland during the two dava
Dates for the fiesta were selected
that advantage might be taken of the
very low rates granted by the railroads
for the convention of the Oregon De
velopment league which meet In Port
land June and tl. .
- The parade committee consisting ofl
H. r. Cannon,- Brant , wlckeraham.
SCANDINAVIANS HAVE NOT .
FORGOTTEN SLURS OF LONG AGO
Circular aljnsd by a commltt of
sktaadlnaVfana are being ecattered about
th city reminding th voUra of ths
fact that It years ago Dr. L. M. Davis,
Candida ta for 'ccunollman at large, de
livered a few remarka In th etty coun
cil, of -which ho was then a member,
to the of feet, that 'it would not be ad
visable 'to let the street cleaning to con
. f- s. ' ' . ' ' . - "
. LOOKS BETTER
Financial Situation Is So
Complex That; Forecasts
r Are Impossible.
(Pabllsbete' Press by Special Leeaed Wire.)
New Tork, June 1. Taking Into eon-
sldeiatton the many aad complex In
fluence in the financial situation, great
er reluctance is perhsps felt at the pres
ent moment than at any previous time
thle eeason to express positive opinions
on th Immediate oourae of -prices. -
All that can be aald about the prevail
ing Wall atreet sentiment Is that It la
not as uniformly - pssslmlstla at th
cloae of the week as It was the begin-
hnlng. A week age this seemed to be
but one way of looking upon the nnan
ciaj a flair a that was, that puoiic'con-
Odence bad been eo eeverely shaken that
ther was no buying power In the mar
ks!. Special liquidation was apparent
on a largo scale atl opening" of--the
week and the general average of prices
at ths elos of Monday's session touched
the lowest-point In the year. '
- In the latter pert of th week, how
ever, there waa encouraging evidence
that this sort of liquidation had abated.
If Indeed it had not ceaeed altogether,
and while nobody could be sure that It
waa over for good It was felt that a
better basis for hope existed than for
some time previoua. ., . . .
Former Senator William B. Mason of
Chicago, la aa avowed candidate to auo
eeed Senator Albert J. Hopkins of XIII-.
nols. The contest will be decided at
a general primary to be bsU la April
of aext year. . .
Froat Btroot, When JUll, Af Being Laid by tba United RaOwara.
Friday la' al way the busiest day for
Front atreet -merchant Accordingly
work waa not begun on the foar blooke
until Friday sight. .Than a force of to
mea had 11 teams waa put to work and
kept busy all' night They rested un
til yeeterdajr- afternooa, wheal they be
gan agala and worked all night last
algKtTaey ao working today and -will
work all alght tonight By rushing the
wock through la this way tha offlolala
Charles McDonnell, , P. . W, Custer' and
Professor, Robert Kroba ' has arranged
the detail for the Thursday or "School
Children Parade." Arrangements for the
monster competitive parado on naey
have not been entirely completed.- - -
Th children's parade will be content
poraaeoua with, the. exhibit of the Roe
society at th Forestry building, on
Thursday,, June .20, and will move at
I:t0 p. m. from th comer of Park and
Jefferson streeta v.."
Five cup prises will b awarded to
th schools making the beat general
appearance. Three bands will be as
signed at pro pes interval In th long
column. The Judges will - be General
Owen Summers, Colonel C V. Ganten
beln, Colonel James ' Jackaon, ; Colonel
R. C. Quoits aad Colonel - George -T.
WUlett They will Inspect th parade
at various vantage points and the re
Bouad of mounted polio.
Grand .Marshal H. C. Campbell and
taff. - -
Offloera and member of Roe so
ciety in carriages.
- Director of - school board' In car
rlaass. Marching brigade of It companies of
school children, representing it schools;
maximum to any company, 100, Mini
mum (4. - ' -
Professor Robert Kroha. commanding
aad directing school brigade and drill
squads. . .-., -,
Squad of t0. chlldrea la garland drill.
Squad of to' children la wreath drill.
,' Alternating l-minute exerciaes. .
Rear guard platoon of police:-
Lin of march North on Park to
Salmon, east oa Salmon to Sixth, .north
on Sixth to Pin, eaat on Pine to
Fourth, south oa ' Fourth to the re
viewing - stand oa Salmon facing
Fourth. Continue south on Fourth to
Madison, east oa Madison to Third and
dispone. . ...
tractor who would hire "niggers. Chin,
amen, Scandinavian and auoa rtf-raff
to work on th streeta -..-Ths
Scandinavian of Portland have
not become reconciled, although Dr.
Davis haa expressed hie sorrow at hi
Ignorance, and they still remember the
resolution adopted aCA.Jnass meeting
protesting agalnat the .Inexcusable con
duct of tha councilman.
FROM ANGRY PARENTS
Former Editor of Inter-Mountain
Elopes With Society Writer
--- h- of Denver Post. '
fBearst Mews by Loareet teaasd Wire.)'
Denver, June t. After a romantl
courtship - of more than two years,
Jamea Kelly,- general passenger and
ticket agent of the Moffat railroad, and
formerly managing editor of the Butte
Inter-Mountain, and Miss Bslyn Brown,
a former actress, who for several, year
ha been society editress of the Denver
Post, slooedr this afternoon and were
married. - . -
Mr. Kelly la a Catholla and Miss
Brown a Christian Hclent 1st. After a
hurried compromise 'It wsa agreed that
Rev. R. F Coyla, pastor of the Central
Presbyterian, church, tie the knot. The
match was bitterly opposed by Miss
Browa'a parents, -
BAN IS PLACED ON
UNION MADE BER
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Hant Newe by Leagest lessed Wire. I -
Washington, June 1. The Brewery
Workmen orAmerlcarhavlnr failed to
carry out the order of the Minneapolis
convention, were expelled today by for
mal order of ths American Federation'
of Labor from association with the
The convention's mandate was that
th brewery workmen should not admit
to membership men from other branches
of ths Industry such "as firemen, engi
neers and teamsters. ' : j -.
The action of the convention has been
Ignored by the workmen and therefore
President Compere today revoked the
charter of-ti United Brewery Work
men cf America. '
Beer manufactured by th expelled
organisation will hereafter bo oasldrd
a aua-ucvloa preduei , - ,
of th company expect to nar the track
laid and tha atreet in condition no that
pavers eaa begin relaying the pavement
by tomorrow -rooming. The oement will
hay time to harden so the atreet eaa
be used again by next-Friday, whan the
next busy day cornea. . !,.;':. '
. This plan of doing, the work waa
agreed upoa after a consultation with
the eoai mission - men - and wholesalers
on Front street who-aald they preferred
to hare the four blocks done at ones.
TO AVOID SUlt
Wealthy ; Retired Army, Of
? fleer Forfeits Money to a ;
- PhiladelpMa Woman.
MRS. CAMPBELL" SAYS-v
WINE WAS DRUGGED
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Pretty Plaintiff Pressed Button fBe
. for Leaint Conacionsnea and
. .Ordered Butler go
- Take Her Homo.
Call Cab "to
, Barst: Kew by Uaoeat JAaasd 'W1ra. '1
s New :Tork,-June 1-CapUla William
Wheeler, a well-known clubman and
wealthy retired rsnr-of floor, living at
No. West Fifty-ant atreet, haa left
for Europe after ha vine compromised a
suit brought against him by.lfre. Bland
Campbell, a beautiful young woman of
Pittsburg. In her suit, which waa filed
last November tn the ouprem court In
this city, Mrs. Campbell allsges that
Captain Wheeler had lured her to his
bachelor quarters and subjected her to
Indignities. Although t she aaked for
tlf.000 damages, only 11,109 waa paid
In settlement. Captain Wheeler.' al
though forced to compromise, ' filed aa
answer in court denying her charge.
Mrs. Campbell 1 th wlf Of Kennedy
Csmpbell of Pittsburg. She la 11 year
old and a blonde of striking appearance.
Hei husband did not know of the epi
sode in whioh Captain Wheeler figured
until long after the eult waa filed.
Campbell anu hla wife are now la Pitta-
burg with thslr two children.
Mrs. Campbell' mother, Mrs. . Robert
A. Gardner, was once socially prominent
In .Pittsburg. - The daughter met Cap
tain- wneeier, who is about 10 yea re old
and ail entertaining talker, at the Wal
Mrs. Campbell aays aha went to hla
studio to see his pictures and -after
reaching the ceptaln'a apartments waa
persuaded by him to take a glass of
wine. -. She became dlssy and the idea
cam to her that th wine waa dros red.
She declared that she felt the atupor'
ooming over ner aa sne waa seised by
Captain Wheeler. She ' resisted, aha
said, and , there was a violent ati-unle.
Mrs. Campbell, although losing her
senses, aa she avers, worked her way
to tne electric DUtton- and touched It
The butler responded and Mrs. Campbell
ordered him to oall a carriage. When
the carrlase arrived Captain Wheeler
escorted Mrs. Campbell back to - her
apartments. . . . -
WATCHERS WILL .
BE ON LOOKOUT
Unopened Letters Returned to Dezn-
' ocratlo Beadquarters Will Keep
, i L.Dwn Frsvudulent Totlnc,
-Circular letter eent out by Mayor
Lane's campaign manager to addresses
taken from the registration Hats have.
In many Instances, been returned un
opened to Democratic headquarter
with notlflcationa that th part! can
not- be found by letter carriers. , :.;
The return of thess unopened circu
lars leads to the suspicion that some of
thoee who cannot be found by th letter
carriers . are not actually resident of
th place given to th registrars, in
visw of such suspicion and In order to
guard agalnat any attempt at colonisa
tion or fraudulent voting, the watchers
at the poll a will be' provided with a
Hat of the voter who cannot be found
by the letter carriers. Every person on
ths list who shows up at the polls will
be compelled to prove hi right to cast
a ballot at the eleotlon tomorrow, ' -
In the Interest of an honest cOunt
adharente of Mayor Lane are urged to
be present through the entire prooeee
from the time the poll doe until th
ballot boxes are sealed. . Msny of the
machln worker are known to be un
scrupulous and would not besttat to
reaort to fraud in the counting to aa.
compusn Mayor- bane'e defeat.
Indications are not lacking that a
great fight Is Impending for the Dem
ocratic nomination for governor . In
North Carolina. Among the aspirant
are Locke Craig of Aahevtlle, former
Lieutenant Oovernor Doushton, ex-Con-,
greeemen Fred Woods rd aad Congress
men William W. Kltchln. - .- .
Ret. W. P. F. '. Ferguson
Makes Sensational Charge
S Against' Politicians, y.
MRS. ROOSEVELT WAS
President's .' Wife ; AUowed to Bide
Down Btreets of Panama Bowing
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to Bad Women .Whom She
Thought Were Respectable.
(Hearst Newa by Leagest Leased Wire.)
'JTe Tork. June 1. Rev. W. P. F. Fer
guson, editor of the Defender, say a
some pretty severe things about the
congressional party which visited th
Isthmus of Panama recently. He says:
"Speaking 'of the visits Of congress
men,. I may properly ' mention a. few
Incidents that ebow-.th moral influenoe
of -such visits. r was in Colon when
th steamer Panama arrived there la
the early part of last month witlr a big
party of.eongrssmen. The greater pert
of the company appeared, to be self-
respecting gentlemen -ef whom any.
American ' cltlsen might propsrly.be
proud. There waa,- however, a minority
contingent of a very " different sort.
These fellows rushed from th ateamer,
where, according . to report, - they had
by no mean been, deprived of liquid
refreshments, etraight- to - the nearest4
bar. I found seven wltbja ten minutes
after th ship had arrived at her dock
lined up against the bar of the Uni
versal, on Fifth street " -- - -
"Soma of thta earner party of eon-
gressmea gave an xhlbltion of Anglo-
Saxon civilisation In this - city oy
"rouxh-housin on American disorder
ly house : and drinking tit worth of
champagne In another ; ' " - '
. - RJected From ' eriamlll. . :
'Another - conareaaiuan became -- eo
disgracefully Intoxicated at th Tlvoll
while th party waa her that he waa
elected from that resplendent govern
ment ginmill and waa foroed to spend
the night elsewhere. - All whom i nara
refer to thle and the matter waa com
mon talk for a week considered the
courage of the hotel management the
only-remarkable - feature of the case.
Th matter waa patched up tha next
voralns.' . ' V - - " ' . ',i
In speaking of Panama n aays:
"On of th reason why Panama
rlvta at first the better Impression
thaa -Colon . la the fact that now the
most of the vicious rssert have been
foroed toeeek the seclusion of the eld
streets. - This waa aot the ease for
merly. Central avenue, the leading
atreet of tae - city, ,iormeny was
thronged f with the' most infamous
nouses. sans. -jnwuoni
when she visited this olty with her
husband last November. ode down
Central avenue, bowing right and left
to women, many of them Americans,
whom ahe doubtlees supposed to be
ladles of the city and wlvea of Ameri
can gentlemen, but who were la point
of fact one of the most remarkable ag
gregatlona of bad women ever aaaem
bled. The sight seemed to shock the
power that be, and aa o romance waa
p eased by th Panama government of
th city locating au un s vie ou
aid strMta." .;.-.:
CHILDREN'S FETE 1
Institute Club of People's Institute
Has Planned Wonderfml Erent
For Worthy Cause.
The Institute elab ef th People' In
stltuts is arranging for a wonderful
ohlldren'a fete, whioh will Interest ev
erybody in Portland, wither aa a par
ticipant or pcttor. The fund de
rived from th fete win so to th var
ious department of th Institute, such
aa manual training, kindergarten, sew
ing - and cooking claaeee, gymnasium
and athletic work, and also to the chll
dren'e playground of the Institute club.
In Multnomah club grounds will, be
given Jessie I Gaynor's Mothsr Goose
opera for children, "The House that
Jack Built," one of the moat beautiful
of entertalnmenta. V-.-.J--
Mrs. Oaynora muslo Is well-known to
muslo lovers la Portland, whll th rare
thing ah haa written for children
have shown her to be moat peculiarly
adapted to at out a beautiful, consist
ent work such as a children' opera
should b. "The Hons that Jack Built'
Is aa clever aa It 1 beautiful, brim
ming over with fun and jollity. . For the
adults In th leading roles, Mrs. Gaynor
has -written some exquisite lyrics, and
several blight "topical sings,' and th
muslo generally is of a very high order,
While written for the regular theatre
stage, lta scene and setting are dis
tinctly pastoral, and It Is to have lta
first out-of-door praecntatlon in Port-!
land. Th temporary "stage" will be
a bower of green and roses, with ths
Metorio "house" well in the foreground.
From behind bushes and treee and rock
will come the fairy folk in flower garb,
and Mother Goose -will give them all a
oertr. because It le "Jack's Birthday."
and Bo-Peeps, Boy Blues and Jacks and
Jills will be there, a well aa every
other child of Mother Goose. . -
Mrs. A. H. Rockey, chairman Of the
children's department, and Mra. War
E. Thorn a a, chairman of the chil
dren' entertainment committee, will be
la charge, with a large working com
mittee under them.' -
Miss Margaret Martin of Chicago will
have charge of the. rehearsal and stag
ing. - Miss Martin has been identified
with th opera from Ita flret produc
tion, and her work la well known in the
east, and also In southern California.
where ehe has been engaged in present
ing both Mrs. Gaynor's operas,- "The
Toy Shop" and "The Houee That Jack
Built," during the last two seasons.
The. grounds are to be oonated by the
Multnomah Amateur Athletio alub. '
GOVERNMENT TO CALL ;
V IN LARGE DEPOSITS
' (Hearst Hews by Leacest teaeed Wire.)
Washington, June 1. It Is reported
at the treaeury department this after
noon that the secretary of the treasury
win recall at an early day $40,000,000
or 1(0,000,000 which were placed In
national depositaries with the under-
etandlng that the deaoelta war only
It le admitted among thoae who dis
cus this proposition that whll th ac
tion will not affect .th market. It may
have th effect of raising Intereet rate
for speculation. Offlolala who. talk oa
the statement In th abseno ef Mr. Cor.
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Thst Weald Do Avray with tht Kalis,
Would Be But Little More) Stewtlinf
Tnan the Marvelous Thinf toae
. by People 'Who Have IrkA "
f This Wonderful .H'-
"'-(. in i i . .
How Prominent Men and ' Women
Use It .to .Influence ths Jinds of
. OtheT Heal Tbemsalves and Oth
. erg of Chronic ; Diteaa. Nervous
Disorder and Habits sa If by
Magic Anyon Can Do It Dis
tance No Rarrier One ' Peraon't
" Control Orer Another Now Fully
fixplained. ".--v - ;
How Every Man, Woman and Child
tn tne World Can Hare "The Se
crets of Magnetic Force, Health
and Power" , Abso
lutely Free, - -
Profesaor F. T. Melntvr. a well-to-do
sciential or tnia city, nae created ar-sen-aatlon
In the hypnotlo world. ' Through
aeiving aown in tne reaime or nature
mysteries he has discovered a delicate
but- powerful system that seems des
tined to revolutionise . the theories of
the moat - noted authorities oa Mind
Force. - Some people -look upoa him aa
a man poaaeesing a strange power, for
he haa told them now to influence people
far and near and to heal themselves
and others of their Ills aa If by maglo.
He tells them how to project their
thoughts, dsvelop a powerful mentality
and build up the mechanism of the
body and brain. Doctors and marast-
Ists who have tested the worklnge of
nis new aisoovery aamii inu tt sur
passes any thins in the history of psy
In explaining the method Professor
Mclntyre aays: "I am convinced that
everybody can accomplish the thing I
have done if they understand th sys
tem. It would be a grand thing If every
man,' woman and child in this country
learned the us of thla wonderful sys
tem. Ther should be no more disease,
Immorality, drunkenness, despondency,
separations, poverty or failure in Ufa
I have sent free Illustrated pamphlets
to people In many porta of the world,
which explain the principles of my new
discovery, and I And they can do the
same wonderful things I have done, and
for which some person think 1 possess
.a special power. I Jiav eent thee
printed - pamphlets - out without - any
. charge whatever, a I am anxloua to
have every one try the wonders of this
new discovery. " The letter received
from persons who tried tt are the same.
Many are loud in their exclamations of
surprise and thanks, and say they never
areamea suon tnmga possioie.-i
celve many Una presents and enjoy
woraing xor tne upurung or manaina
and science. The kind letter reoelved
from grateful heart more than pay
for the intereet I take. ' I will send a
eopy of my free book to every person
who write . m without any charge.
wnaiever. - -
Professor Mclntyre haa a basketful
of letters, from people in many part
of th world. They are, indeed, start
ling. Mr. James Kubal, a prominent
business man of Chicago, write th
"I never dreamed aueh thing poa
albl. If. I had only .known thla sooner.
This system haa made- a different man
of me. I ehall aire up buslnees and
make more money through the uss of
this systsra than I can in my business.
It haa brought back my sight. I eaa
see without glasses, and. work without
them, too. It haa eve room a my back
wardness and I can now- handle my
customer la line shape. I did not
know I waa so full of th magnetism. I
think your system wonderful.".
Mr. Eugene Peveneon, Baton Rouga,
writ eat "Having tried - your eye
tem I unhesitatingly pronounce it to be
and to do a It you claim for lt"
Rev. E. O. King, pastor Christian
church. Upper Lake, CaL, wrttea: "I
cannot recommend your system too
nla-hly, and I am willing to answer any
Inquiries In regard to It."
Dr. H. ' A. Lounsburg, Wheat y, On
tario, Canada, writes: "I have thor
oughly Investigated the methods and In
ventions of Professor Mclntyre, and can
say that his systsra is scientific and
surpasses anything in the line of thera
peutic a that haa come to my notice." '
Fred 8. Brett, A parted o 285, Guada
lajara, Mexico, writes: "I have done
wonderful thing's In- Influencing people
with thla system. Have had over to
peraons under my - control, and com
pelled them to do Startling thing. I
ad vie everybody to try It. . Thl aya
tm truly marvelous." '
This free book le full of startling ex
planatlona and pictures, showing that
any ons can master. In a abort time, tha
poWer to control end sway th mind of
other. , it describe th strange phe
nomena of Psychic and Hypnotlo In
fluence. Mvatlc Heal 1 ner. Pavcho ahd
Suggestive Therapeutics, Pereonal Mag
netism, and a combined, simple evstem
of reading the characters of others.
though thousands of miles away.. It
glvee you the key to. the development
oians inner or dormant xorces ox con
centration,, force of charaoter, will
power, memory, determination, ambi
tion, enthusiasm. Inspiration, continuity
of thought and ths ability to throw off
in evil enroot or disease ana despond
ency. It Is. Indeed." one of the most amas
ingly Interesting book a of the aare.
beaming with, intereet from cover to
cover, ana an wno receive free copies
of it can be thankful. It points out the
rose to financial and social suoeee; It
reveals sstonlsblns farts that have been
overlooged by . the publlo . for, many
If you wish a free eopy of thle won
derful book write a postal or letter to
Professor F. T. Mclntyre, Dept. 1M0,
No 12 West Thirty-fourth street. Kew
Tork, N. T. All who write will receive
It; no one will be disappointed. It is
sent by mall, postage paid, absolutely
telyou, ear that the objeot of the pro
posed withdrawal la with a new to meet
any stringency this fall, " . 0' ' . -4
SUMJIER CONCERTS AT
The -Portland hotel orchestra ' com.
mrnced Ita outdoor eoneerta last even
ing, Herr Waidsmar Lind, conducting.
The muslo wa of a high order and
greatly appreciated by the guests a
well aa the crowd tnat gathered ea the
eldewalk In front of the hotel. The
eoneerta mark the opening of th sum
mer eeasoa and will continue to wU to
ward next caU . - - - . -
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. Get indo as others in
this neighborhood have
Here- Is a chance for
you. Election day .wfll
cut no figure with me:
I shall be here ' to give!
boys, ' get in the band
wagon, and - buy, sub
divide and make a com-
petency for ' life. ' This
will be sold by public
auction in . the .corridors
of the 7
At II A. M., Tuesday
June, 4 .
On . the Sandy Road,
east of Rose City Park,
one mile north of, Mon
J. Whytc Evans
7 Chamber of
Ccst II. J. r.!e:1h:r
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