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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE ll, 1807.
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Removed n Twenty-Pour Hours,
Wjthout Operation py the, Fer
'Roosevelt' Kef uses to Say
It That He Will Do the Fairl Don Medical Expert..
; Thing by Democrats in
Passing 3 Upon Proposed One of : the Man: Wonderful
Curea Performed by the Ex
; perts as Related by the Per-
s.aon Benefited, V ; ; : .
s State Constitution.
1 , . (Wwblactoa Biwi of TU 7osral) .
Washington. June 11. Apparently, "I dsslre to tha doctors at once."
j the Republican delegation from the new Mid gentleman who yesterday en
4 proposed state of Oklahoma haa gained teredt the office of the Fer-Don Medi-
, its point, and the administration here cal Experta at SSI ft Washington street.
purposes In no manner to clear away "My name-la E. D. Landon and I live
.tho doubt at to the attitude the preal- at III Sacramento street, eontlpued
..dent will assume toward the new con-1 the man, "and I told the doctor I would
stitutlon. Half a dosen member of ths loom back and tell him If the medicine
Washington, and ao far as Is known suffered for a long time with
; none remalne on the ground. Efforts pains la the kldneya and stomach and
rZtSSSz, l"?ffiJPJi2i t just what
EAtor?r-:"?.rl ?" Intimation tol trnnM a , '
ousei tne positive Claims wnicn were
made by the KeDubllcan delegation that
the president Intended to disapprove the
constitution. These reneatedly affirmed
jouring ine ume tney were malting rre-
T fluent visits to the White House that
the constitution was doomed, and Tama
Ttlvhv Anmmf 4a Ih Hit. aIvI.
X Used tribes, informed' your correspond
ent that In his opinion the constitution
would be killed. -. ,. T'
CHves so Intimation.
In view of the frequent afflrmatlone
, by - these Republican delegates, the
Democrats endeavored to procure from
the White House at least the statement
that the president bad been quoted by
the others without authority. There
was polntblank' refusal to aire the
: slightest Intimation either way. ao that here In Portland.
um Biiuauon resotvea iiseii into ime
my trouble wag, t When on of the
Medical-Expert told in I was suffer'
lng from gall atones and that tbey
could be removed without the use of a
knife, m admit I was' skeptical. But
I believe him now, tor with Just three
dosea of medicine and In leaa than ft
day, my system waa relieved of several
of the gall atones and I expect to get
Well BOW, . i if ,,,
"It ts certainly a relief after aeveral
years of this suffering and I am glad
to aay tho Fer-Don Medical Experts
have kept their promise." ,
Mr. Landon la a teamster employed
Hla ease la only one
the Republican delegates had atajted l" wno ofnm cureo. no. oniy
uu am president purposes to reruse gnu eionea, . oat ox many cnronio
to approve the constitution, and when diseases, many eaaea among them hav-
asked If ouch was an authoritative ut- , K ' ,?. K
terance, neither the president nor tho ,n n Pronounced fncurabla by other
attorney-reneral would aa anvthlnr
. Representation was made to the ad
ministration that thla situation threw
the members- of the -convention Into
! direst confusion, that they did not
know what to do. and that, although
tbey had manifested a disposition to re
convene, tho convention and 'make
needed alterations In the organlo law,
they could not even learn whether to do
that or to do nothing.
This attitude was regarded as all tho
mora remarxaoie, in view 01 ine nation
wide allegations that Republican poli
ticians ofT Other states notably Repre
sentative' Watson of Indianahad de
termined that the proposed state of
Oklahoma should not enter the union
prior to the 1908 presidential election,
when Oklahoma could cast seven eleo.
toral votes for the Democratic candi
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AT THE THEATEES
5 - "D0II7 Tardea" Big Hit.
That beautiful opera,Dolly Varden,"
waa aung at the Marquam by the San
Francisco opera company last night and
proved a big hit It la one of the pret
. liest oomlo operas, and as produced at
' .the Marquam providea an evening of ex--quislte
entertainment - There la plenty
wor Teddy Webb, tn do. which is, of
Yurse, yiObiCe of ratification to the
audience. Likewise there- is plenty for
an memoors wno nave won ao many aa
toilrera tn thia city. ,
Tllii. IDona platform Saturday night For
,; wwfuru. vwuung, vM. folr or flv fe h&4 - -ut,
Announoemeni; .oi;iocoming or ino ferer with rheumatism and had dlffl-
great pavonporta to the oaka tomorrow eulty In getting around oven on
Has aroused a great deal of interest bo-1 crutches. wtM ha vmmIvm m nnii.
cause everyone haa either seen them or ..,,. nt ..r., K- A -heard
of them. They are known as p"0 of Vl PMParaUon ha found ho
among tho moat daring and aensational WM greaUy benefited that ho could
high-wire performers In. tho world and walk without tho aid Of a crutch.
nave tnruiea inousanaa' in every Dig
physicians. . Bciatio rheumatism, ap
pendicitis when case la taken before
pua begini. .to form In tho vermiform
appendix are , cured - by treatments
with tho "Syarthgll." which was intro
duced into our city by these experta.
Tumors' and canoers are removed with
out ,! operation, without drawing blood
or causing pain. :',
The offices, in tho Grand theatre
building, are daily crowded with peo
ple from far and near who have heard
tho reports of marvelous cures which
have been made and who art coming to
bo cured of a great variety of ailments.
At the free show grounds at Wil
liams avenue and Mott atreet, atartllng
demonstrations are being nightly per
formed In plain sight of the thousands
who attend. Tho preparations of tho
Medical Experta are hero used to shew I
how quickly they bring relief,
Mr. C. H. Swanahan, a wholesale I
merchant of Hood River, waa relieved
of deafness after one application.
One demonstration' made Mr. 1 Auld
of UK Mallory avenue hoar after" a
deafness Of St yeara.
- WAUCZ9 WTTXOITT CMXTTCMX,
,T Captain v7. R Smith; an okt-tlme
steamboat captain who Uvea on Eu
gene street, ' Portland, and U a. well
known citlsen. waa assisted upon ' Far-
city. Bchllzonyi's band is, of courae, the) ,.v
blc attraction at the nark, anil lh nil I nlgnuy.
01a cninese junk wnang-uo continues
to arouse much Interest
That a man without arms can handle larity In Portland
rifle like a. sharpshooter, tools like
These demonstrations . will oontlnue
The audiences "which nightly
enjoy tho excellent band1 concerts and
wltnesa tho demonstrations number Into
thousands of people, which seems - to
testify to tho Great Fer-Don'a popu-
carnenter and 'musical
hard to believe, but Clarence Luts dem
Instruments ' la IhUi thMtr nnth
program at the Grand thla week.
it In hla famous
n.tr. hit i 1- n..fhi. Tk. r .... internauonal drama. "The Duel" Mr.
an excellent company. . ,- .-. ,.
melle of Blchmdnd." ' Dockstader'g Mlogtreta Next.
As delightful a performance as h Lew Dockatader and hi. M, min.Mi
werbeen ven on Jhe stage at the Star wm be,ln ,n ngAgmmt of
whchVV.tk'mnan. two nlghta at the Helllg theatre next
IKich" iock?P??an'r PresenUng Thursdav lilsht Seats are now Liiiin.
4 iSt'SKr fn5roi?: box-offico of th. theatre
largo and ap-
warmly received ,by a
Viola Allen Next Monday.
AlAKeg a UrraC flit, ' v , Vlnlal Allan will herin n nr.
: "All the Comforts of Home," in which ment of two nlghta at the Helllg thea-
ha Allen stock company at the Lyric .ine opening piay win be Shakes
la arinearlna this week Is the rreate.t "1X7. ,'iV"",u'
tlon. - The nlav Is one of the
comedies seen in Portland
hit ever scored bv that popular organise
and the company la at ita very best
Bom Matlneo at Baker.
Tomorrow afternoon a most unique Seat sale" open." Friday!
given 'by little Ollle Cooper and the
Baker ' theatre company. m Every child
carrying a bunch of at least a dosen
roses will be admitted free, and a' prize
will be given for the on. who haa th.
moat 'Zi comprising the following will be given:
,? M.iV "Rosalind?" In tne wooing scene from "As
hi!.?r' You Like If Lady Teasel in the screw
scene rrom 'Tne school Tor Scandal":
Juliet in the balcony scene from "Ro
meo ana juuet" and rortia in the trial
Bcene rrom "ia Mercnant or Venice.'
J Mnslcal Corned Coming. "
Baker patrons who think that popular
place of amusement will be closed after
The Prince and the Pauper" end are
mistaken. Next Sunday matinee the
Zlnn company opens for a summer run.
The "Sweet Sixteen Dancing Chorus" is
a feature that- Is bound to create a real
. aensatlon. - - w
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f f Last Time of Otis Skinner.
Th' distinguished actor Otis Skinner
will give hla last performance at the
, ; . WILL BE PUSHED
Newly Elected President of United
. Railways Company Outlines
-. Busy Campaign,
Af014 . EDITOR '.
round 2,000 Worth of Food.
The editor .of a paper out In Oklahoma
said: ."Yes, It is true when I got hold of
.urape-Nuta rood it waa worm more tnan
a 12,000 doctor bill to me, for 1t made me
-ft well man, - I have gained 16 pounds In
-weignt- my atrengin nas. reiurnea ten
fold, my brain power haa been given
back to me, and that la an abaoluto es
sential, for' I aid an editor and have
oeen ror 85 yeara. . ' , i ,
-vMy pen "shall always be ready to
speak a. goodword for this powerful
nutritive food. ' I ha'd, of course, 'often
read the advertisements regarding
. wapeNuts, nut-never tnougnt to apply
the food to my own use, until, in my
itrmltw and .Ink nena tha i thnnvlit
' came to me that it might fit my case.
xne statements in regard to.- the food
are absolutely correct, as I hive proven
In my own. case. One, very fortunate
thing about the food is that while It is
j- the most scientifically made and highly
nourishing; concentrated rood I have
ever known,--. It baa so delicious a taste
that It wins and holds frlenda." "There's
a Reason. "'" flead'."Th. Road to Well
SrlUe,'' In Jkjta, . ' " , ,
E. E.. Lytic' was elected president of
the United Rallrrays company at
meeting of the board of directors held
yesterday afternoon in th. headquarter
of tb. company m th. - Commonwealth
building. Tha new i president will at
once take active charge of the manage
ment of the company and will push
th. ' work of oonatruction now under
way. e announoea tnat mere will be
ho changes in the officials of the com
pany as the result of his election. Work
on me manaers street line is now un
der way. -.- , - . . - - .
Engineere of the Paciflo Railway' A
navigation company, who have been
stationed at Hillsboro and Tillamook
have been recalled to Portland by Pres.
iueni i.yuf ana.irom mis lime on Will
have their offices adjoining the ex
ecutive off ices of Mr. Lytic In the Wor
cester building. Th. change is made
for ourooaes of centralisation knd ia
overcome the aeiays necessary in com
munication oeiween me rortiand of
fices and the engineers at their Hold
stations. It la expected that the new
arranarementa will worg xor tba fajiter
completion" or tne line, under prospect
01 oonatruction. - .
GRADUATION- OF , : :
(special Stooatebtte The Jomal.) .
Rainier. Or.. June 11. The commence
ment exercises of the eighth grade took
nlnna biM in the K. of P. hall BatoMav.
ho graduating. (dsa consUted; of 4 sm JW Wajj JJut
NO. ' 1301Here is a beautiful mahogany
and golden oak Dresser of new pattern, with
large, massive base quarter-sawed and
hand-polished, just like the cut. Top draw
ers have molded fronts of pleasing design, '
fitted with Colonial polished brass and glass
pulls. All drawers have perfect inside fin
ish; in fact, this is a first-class article in
every respect. The French bevel plate mTr
ror is 31x36 inches; body of dresser is 44
inches long, 24 inches wide and 81 inches :
high. Hand-rubbed, polish finish. You are
not asked $65 for this
handsome dresser, but
only the modest sum of. i
. m . . . .
There are many rother - Dresser Bargains
Shown in Our Windows
Ton Are Welcome
You Malic the Terms
NO. 5045 A SOLID BRASS BED. Please note the beauti
ful design of this superb piece. Those continuous; pillars and
top rails are two inches in diameter, filling 1 inch and Y inch
diameter, beautifully ornamented with large husks, all of the
purest polished brass. This is a prize for
some lady's bedchamber, for the price is re
duced from $60.00 to only
qusks, an or tne
Easy Terms. , Many Other Styles to Choose From
COM IRI COMFORT with our
"New Method'' Gas Range
Its burner is constructed upon a new principle.
Saves ONE THIRD your gas bills. Oper
ates in a gas-saving way just as the mantle
does on the ordinary gas burnen It is worth
your while to investigate this. ANTI-GAS
TRUST RANGE prices range as follows:
$15.00, 920.00, 922.50, $25.00
CONNECTED FREE SAME DAY AS OR
DERED, This is important to the customer.
Sold on easy payments, too SI. 00 A WEEK
WEAR A WATCH I W
- run li
We are ready at any time to accommodate you on the
most liberal terms. A 17-jewel, open face or hunting
case raid watch, warranted for 20 vears. will cost vnu
but $20 this week. This is the celebrated P. S. Bart
lett watch, made by the American-Waltham Watch Co.
Everybody knows their standard value. .You make a
small payment down then 7-. -l
$1.00 A WEEK WILL BUY
$22.50 Suits of Beau
A clear saving of $7.50 on the very kind of Suits that
women of discriminating taste would choose. This
offer is not the result of a special purchase or a clean
up, but these are new, perfect and in every way de
sirable suits, taken right from our own stock. These
are in Eton, Pony and Jacket styles, like the cut, in
colors now in popular favor. AH sizes. Your choice
Also Prince Chap Suits for $24.45
Made of the kind of materials you seejn suits being sold at $35. There are
exactly 38 beautiful Suits, made in clever styles for spring and early summer
wear. Coats are made in the popular mannish effect, "Prince Chap" style. Skirt
is a very pretty, full plaited model, finished with bands. Throughout and in
every detail this suit is tailored perfectly. ,
Special Size Skirts
We are offering f special prices in
Skirts this week. Call .and examine
stock and compare prices. We have
Skirts for little women and big women
in fact, we cater to the hard-to-fit kind
of people. No -trouble to show goods.
Visit with us at any time and learn ' our
system of 'easy payments. 7
There is nothing to prevent you from
purchasing one of our fine custom hand
tailored Suits, no matter what your
salary or station in life If, you
honest your credit is good and '
Corner First and Yemhill Corner Second and Yamhill
will assist you by giving you possession,
of a suit upon receipt of a
small first payment and your
promise to pay the balance in
small amounts weekly or
monthly. We will not ask you V
to make larger payments than ;
you can afford, but - will ar
range i them to suit yourself.'
7 it A
1 Guaranteed rJtj
1 Under the 1 1 U .
food and" Ptm LnAu
DRUGS ACT ;; J V r .
ft Serial No 6763. , .' 7
Vo Call It
Because wa go 'to Bohomla every year and personally select our supply of Hops from the Best Hop Producing , -; 1 '
Districts of that little country, which grows the finest quality of Hops in all the world. And because
Bohemians of the A ;
It promotes Health and Good Cheer' j SUmulatea the Heart and Brain 1 Means Good Fellowship' . -:
Without Exoeas and no Headache ia' the Morning, ., t
A.O.G. St. Louis Oohcmian, iiiisaiiTlio flracrican Browing Co., St. Lcub.
. - 20 and 26' Korth Rrst Street, Pcrtlsni ,
R0THCH1LD BROTHERS, Distributors,
rlrls and boys, most of whom will taks
ud ths hig-h school work her In ths
ninth grade next year. , .
Ths graduation program included the
following-: Valedictory. Ray Williams,
class prophecy, Grace Browa; ''Retro
spect of Rainier," AllcS Hirtsel ; "Greater
Rainier." William fltehmaa: - We
Milks; songt '"Lullaby," Dorothy Pres.
cott; presentation of diplomas, Super
mienaeni ju tt. topeuina.
' (Siwetal Oltpeteh to Tke JoannL)
Astoria, Or., June II. Among; the
at x'acoma are Misses Freda and
a Foard, daurnters of Mr. ana Mrs.
M. Foard, and Miss Fay Ball, daughter
or lr. and mm, t. u wai. xne ex
erclses will take place Wednesday even
In. ( -
Preferred Bjtoek Oaaaea too is.
H0X0R MEHQEY OF
(Josrnnl Prf'l Service.)
Upper Bftndusky, O.. June 11.-
Uj-t.?jT!a.I?r.'iLE.rr.iver3ary vt the burn-
ing of Colonel Crawford at the. t
the Miami Indlnni en 1 tt -v
ctses undr tun u
leal Sri-i pHtri.-tio
tlon. The '''
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