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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER
21, 1010. r '
Weather Prevents .' Continued
Progress on Columbia Proj
ect; More iJhan 600,000
Jons of Rock This Year..
TVlth the ryin ..'.off of the rock
handlers and others engaged, in that
branch of the work at the Columbia
. river Jetty, ' aod the .unloading; of , the
lest' barge load of rock. today-. active
operations on that structure will cease
for the winter, because weather condi
tions make further work Jmpossible.
During the past season from April 1,
when thfe work was resumed to Novem
ber 30, approximately --MMM toM of
rock were delivered and dumped at the
jetty, while about iO.OOO tons have been
delivered from that time to today, malt
ing practically S38.803 tons which have
been delivered during the last season.
At the present time the enrockment or
the Jetty, which is under the supervi
sion of Major J. F. Mclndoe, has reached
out 35.748 feet into the sea, while the
outer portion of the trestle, which has
not been filled with ' rock, has: been
removed for about 1000 feet to save it
from being washed out by the winter
storms. This trestle will be renewed
by the time that the barges are ready
to resume the delivery of rock, next
6PThf present contract between the gov
ernment and the Columbia Contract com
pany calls for the delivery of 600.000
tons of rock, and as it only went into
force last September, It Is expected by
the engineers that It will run through
prettv much of the next season. .
While the1 rock handlers,' numbering
over 100 men, will be paid off at Fort
Stevens today, a sufficient force of men
will be retained to keep the shops going
all winter, as It Is necessary to make
repair end get everything ready for
the next season's work. - . ,
ncKEi) t'P family;
Captain fiofih Is Man Who Rescued
Party in Indian Ocean."
Captain Bogh, master of the Nor
wegian steamer SolVeig, now in port
loading wheat for Balfour, Guthrie &
Co., is the man who picked up Captain
H. Wilms and his family in October,
1909, from the waterlogged Chinese Junk
Wang Ho W the Strait of Bunda. " Both
Captain .Wilms and the. Junk are
known here, the former, having "been
licre as master of the , German ship
Kmllie while the latter was On exhibi
tion during the Lewis-and Clark fair.
The Wang Ho was -.reported ; to be
over a 100 years old and had for many
years been a pirate chaser and "at the
time Captain Wilms was in command of
her she was being placed on exhibition
at various places. Prior to her last voy
age she made a long passage from Fiji
to Thursday island, where she had re
pairs., From there slis sailed to Sura
baya, Java, and made her last voyage
from tliera - ' . .-.''.-
Captain Bohg ays that when he
picked up Captain Wilms, his wife and
a son and daughter.; the Junk was wa
terlogged, having been drifting for 100
days in the Indian ocean after leaving
Burabaya. The Junk was filled, he says,
with beautiful carved Chinese furniture.
Two or three days after the captain and
bis family were picked up by the Bol
relg. the Wang Ho was found broken
BP on the coast of Sumatra. .
: SEEKS COALING PLACE.
Manager of Lumber Company Expects
to FindIt on Vancouver Island.
After several days spent on Vancouver
Island looking Into the matter of get
ting places to coal vessels bound for
China, E. Schulze,' managing director of
the., China Import & Export Lumber
company, returned to this city Monday,
just In time, as Mr. Sehulse says, to se
cure a berth at the Press club show
. While the China Import & Export
Lumber company has taken no vessels
to . transport lumber cargoes i to the
orient since the return of Mr. Bchulse
. from his European trip, he says he ex
rcts to be advised of the charter of. a
tramp steamer at almost any time now.
- Mr. Bchulse says that he has looked
, p several situations on' Vancouver is
land where his vessels may coal in the
future before starting on their voyage
across the Pacific - He explains, that
the 1 advantage in that 18 that, being
near the, sources from which good coal
is secured, it makes it much cheaper to
bunker there, although about four days
are lost in the operation. - -
SAILORS ATTEND FUNERAL
French Sailor Killed in Terminal
- Yards Kuried This Morning.
. Delegations from' the crews of the
French barks Mlchelet and Buffon. as
well as members of the crew of the
French bark Pierre Antonine. this morn
ing attended the funeral of the French
sailor, Francois Rohan, who was killed
In the terminal yards Sunday night by
being, hit bys a train while on his way
back to the ship. y He was a member of
thel crew the Pierre Antonine. - rThe
funeral serrices were held at the cathe
dral and the interment took place at Mt
calvary cemetery. .
TO CELISBRATE MONDAY.
Offices of Inspectors of Steam Ves-
. sels and Customs to Close.
Because of an order of Preslden
Taft, which says that when a legal holi
day falls on Sun jay, it shall be ob
served on the, day following; both the
office of the Inspectors of steam vessels
and the customs offices will be closed
on wecemeer zs and on January 2, As
those are both lesal holidays it is nrob
able that all of the government offices
will be closed.- ,
BAIUC rKTRA WRECKED.
Kurwegian Vessel (Bootes to Grief
on Nova Scotia Coast
4i;Bttd Pt teed Wlre.i
Halifax, pec. 21. The Norwegian
bark Petra, from Rio Janeiro for Hali
fax, is a total wreck at Pennant Point
near Cape Sambre, N. 8. Her crew oti
1 were saved with great difficulty.
TO Bl'lUl NEW. DREDGE.
Ihll TUttul Awardo : Contract for
f 1 OC.foa"JOD"!d.T6sC)irSu ppIeTT"
A contract . has been awarded to
Joseph Supple by the Spokane, Portland
A- Settle Railroad for; the construction
ff a new dredge to be used in making
fills on the North Bank where trestles
ud lirljja j$ now used. It is ex-
pected that the dredge, which will be ,
equipped with an 38-lnch suction pipe.
will have a monthly capacity of about
UO.OOO yards. Its cost will approximate
$100,000., The dredge Itself will be 120
feet long overall, 34 feet beam and will
have a depth of hold of seven feet In
addition two oil barges 60 feet long.
l feet beam and having four feet depth
of hoJd will be hullt at the Supple ship-.
yarq r ruei tenaers tor me orrage.
The pontoons for the pipeline will be
10 in number and will be 20 feet long
by 10 feet wide. The pipeline will have
a length of about 2000 ' feet and an
oleetrio light plant wiil be Installed to
facilitate night work.
CARRIES 92,439 BUSHELS.
That Amount of Wheat Leaves Port
land on German liark.
When she went to the stream this
morning the German bark Ellerbek, Cap
tain Bewsdorf f, had 92.439 bushels of
wheat aboard, the value of the cargo
being S77.S48.7t. She was cleared this
morning for Queenstown Or Falmouth
for orders by Balfour, Guthrie & Co..
and she will probably leave down the
river tomorrow morning. ,' : "
Astoria. Dec. 21.- Arrived at 6:30 and
left up at 7 a. m., steamer Shasta from
Sao Pedro. '
Point Ix) bos, Dec. 20. Passed at 4
p. m., steamer Rosecrans from Redondo
Melbourne, Dec 21. Arrived pre
viously, Norwegian steamer Elr from
San Francisco, Dec 21. Sailed at
8:30 a. m.t steamer Maverick for Port
land.; ,!t-i. ::: vJ' :,,;.:.rfv-:'.; W l
San Pedro, Dec 20.-Arrived, steamer
Tama) pais from Portland. Sailed, steam
ers Beaver sod Roanoke for Portland.
lA9 Palmae. Dec. 18. Passed, British
steamer Uganda from Portland for Eu
rope,,. y;;-"..:';.;..- :';. S '''?? ; ',v'-'".1.
Antwerp, Dec. 18. Sailed, British
steamer Skipton CastV for Portland via
San' Francisco.,; sKrfe ! 'y '"''
Astoria, Dee. 20. Arrived at 1:20 and
left up at t p. m.;, steamer Westerner
from San Francisco. , s
San Francisco, Dec, 20. Arrived at 8
p.i m steamer f Bear irom r-oruana.
Sailed at 4 p. m,, steamer Shna Yak; at
C t. m steamer Northland; at p. m.,
steamer Johan Poulsen for Portland.
Astoria. Dec 21. Condition at the
mouth of the river at 8 a. mrnoderate;
wind, northwest 12 miles; weather,
Tides at Astoria Thursday: High
water 6:01 a. m., 7.5 feet; 5:35 p. m.,
6.9 feet i Low water 0:14 a. m., 3.1
feci. ' ,
; ALONG THE WATERFRONT.
With passengers and freight 'the
steamer Sue H. Elmore, Captain Schra-
der. will sail at 4 o'clock this afternoon
for Tillamook. '
Work on the hull of the new wnarf-
boat being built at the Supple shipyards
for use at The Dalles is progressing rap
idly, and 300 barrels to give buoyancy
to the craft are being installed.
The British Steamer Sklpton Castle,
Captain Craven, has been reported as
sailing from Antwerp December 18 ror
this port, by way of San Francisco. She
has general freight and comes on Bal
four, Guthrie & Co.'s regular line of
steamers', v : ?v $ p:- ' .''y 'y- - '
Salaries of masters on the second
class lighthouse tender are to be re
duced after the first of the year, the
reduction being from 2186 to $17 a
month, it is reported.
It" is reported that " the Norwegian
steamer Eir. which sailed from here
November 13 for Port Pirie with a cargo
of lumber,' arrived at Melbourne prior
to December 51. - ' . :
Because of a terrific wind the steam
er I. N, Teal, of the Open River Trans
portation company's fleet, and the
steamer Tahoma, In command of Cap
tain Nelson, were detained below vthe
Cascade Locks from 10 o'clock Decem
ber 19 to 7:30 o'clock yesterday morn
ing. The Wind River- Lumber com
pany's mill at that place is also reported
to have shut down yesterday; as the
wind blew the booms full of sand and it
was impossible to get logs to the mill.
Daily River Readings.
8 a, m., 120th meridian. '
uuiaiiiis . , .........
(Salem . , v
Wilsonville , . .i .
ut.n. maflt. i-nA'f a f a 11 In ht river f
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ,21, 1910.
River Forecast The Willamette river ,
at Portland will fall steadily for the
next few, days. . - ..
' Concert for Seamen.
. The regular weekly concert of the t
Seamen's Friend - society will "be. held
this evening, in the Institute,- corner
Third and Flanders streets, beginning st
8 o'clock; The following program will
be presented; Vocal ' solo. Miss Ruth
Gunn: piano solo. Miss Etna Anderson;
How to Destroy the
By a Specialist.
That the dandruff germ la responsible
for nearly all the diseases to which, the
scalp is heir, as well as for baldness and
premature gray hair, is a well known
fact, but when we realise that If -is also
indirectly responsible for many of the
worst cases of catarrh and consumption,
we appreciate the importance of any
agent that will destroy Its power. . We
are, therefore, particularly pleased to
give herewith the prescr;ption which an
eminent scientist and specialist states
he has ound. after repeated tests.-to
completely destroy the dandruff germ
in from one to three applications. This
prescription can be made up at home,
or any druggist will put it upor you:
I oss. Bay Rum, 2 oss. LaVonaf de Conv.
possee', -ii dr. Menthol- Crystals. ; Mix
thoroughly, and after standing half an
hour it Is ready for use. Apply night
and morning, rubbing into the ' scalp
with the finger tips.,. If you wish It
perfumed, add half to one teaspoonful of
To-Kalon Perfume, which unites perv
fectly with the other ingredients. .This
preparation' is hot a1 dye. but is un
equaled for promoting a' growth of new
hair, and for restoring gray hair to it
original color. ' '; 'nyv-iv. ' t.t. ?
CAUTION! Xo not apply where hair
Is not desired, and be sure to avoid
tonics containing poisonous wood aloo
Clnt Prompt and Effectual Relief
without itKOfiTeoieiK-e, io the
MOST OBSTINATE CASES
v . No other tmtment required.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
vocal solo. Miss Compton, reading. Miss
Dickinson; vocal solo, A. D. Stewart;
vocal solo. Sidney Boniface There will
be singing' by sailors in port, and all
rnenas are cordially invited. 1
Wireless From Minnesota.
. At sea a distance of about 275 miles
west of Vancouver Island,. the steamer
Minnesota sent a wireless message last
night which was received by the local
weather bureau, by way of North Head.
The message is as follows:
S. S. Minnesota. 8 p. ' m.. Dec. . 20.
Latitude 50 north, longitude 131.45 west;
strong northwest brecse; weather clear;
barometer 30.22; temperature 44; sea
WIFE OF PERRY
State to Bring Out Evidence to
Show Motive for Killing
V'"i'f fNrwcUl Dlnpatrh to The JnnraaLI
La Grahde, Or., Dec 21. The trial of
T. R. Kllexson is proarresslna rapidly and
the state is Introducing evidence : to
prove as conclusively as possible that
there, was a motive for Ellexson to kill
Perry while the lattewaa at hi home
in Union On September 11. . t
It will be brought out this afternoon
that Ellexson had a well designed case
of love for Mrs. Perry, but that it was
not returned, that Mrs. Perry answered
hiiiexson's fetters to her because he was
needed to work on the Perry farm.'
The case hinges on Jclrcumstantial
evidence and the thing for the Jury te
decide is whether there-was real motive
for crime and if Ellexson slept at Tela
coset between 7 and 3 o'clock Sunday
night, September 11, or whether he went
to Union and killed Perry-with tho in
tent of marrying Mrs. Perry, as soon
afterwards as possible.
(United Frs Leased Wlr.k
Washington. Dec. 21. Exonerating
Senator William Lorlmer of 'Illinois of
chkrges of bribery in connection with
his election to the United States sen
ate, the committee on privileges and
elections filed its formal report today.
The charges were investigated at hear
ings held by a subcommittee of the
full committee. . - . ' ,l .-.
Senators Beverldge of Indiana and
Frazier of "Tennessee did not sign the
. "In the opinion of the committee Sen
ator Lorimer's title to his seat in the
senate has not been shown to be vitiated
by the use or employment of corrupt
methods or practices," the report says.
"The committee asks to be excused
from: further consideration of the case,
Senators Burrows, Depew. Dillingham,
Gamble, Heybum and Bulkeley, Repub
licans, and Bailey, Paynter, Johnston.
and Fletcher, Democratic members of
the committee, signed 'the report . ..
Action by the senate On the report
was deferred until after the holiday
recess, to permit the filing of a minor
ity report Senators Burrows and Beve
rldge expressed . the belief that "the
cloud . over Lorimer's title to his seat
In the senate would be cleared." The
senate will v vote on the reports. it is
expected soon after congress reconvenes
on January 6. .
' Senator Beverldge said he neither con
curred In nor dissented from. the ma
jority report. He said he had not been
given an opportunity to read it before
Liquid air Is. so much colder than
ice that if a kettle filled with It be
placed on a cake of ice the, air will
boil vigorously. . tt . '
The Best Treatment in the . World, , the Most Modern Methods, and , No Guess
work or Experimenting, v No Weak, Diseased, Skeptical or Hopeless Man, ' it
Makes No Difference How Long He Has Treated, Can Doubt My Curing Him
If He Will Take Time to Investigate for Himself How I Am Curing Afflicted
Men After Other Specialists Fail, and After Some of These Men Had Given
Up Hope of Ever Being Cured. I Prove to Every - Man Thdt I 'Can Cure Him
and How I Do It Before Asking Him to Take Treatment or Pay Me a Penny,
v. nyi tore Aline ted
I SJTl not Slirnrlsed th&t ihm m
been cured, because they had not receded the careful examination given "
by a skilled specialist who is an expert Men tell me they never received
a scientific examination until they cams to ray office, and their doctors
seemed to be more anxious to get their money than anything else.
; lfou will see when you come to roe how different you will be examined. -I
don't treat men until I learn all about thir condition, it makes no dlf- :
- ferenee hew Jong it v takes me to find it out. This Is why I cure after1
. others fall. When you Uke treatment from me you get the benefit of my;
best skill, tiros and attention necessary to cure you. I don't make a bit
of difference on account of your pocketbook. I treat men to cure them and :
give them treatment that cannot fail. I want every afflicted man to call .
or write to me at once. This Is all I ask them to do to convince them ,
beyond a toult that I can cure them, make them strong vigorous, whole, .
happy hearty, even If they think they are wrecks. Men wbe take treat- .
,ment from me Improve from the start and know I can cure them. ,
'Afflicted men. why wait be skeptical, diseased or weak, or continue to
. take treatment that Is doing you no good, when you can get treatment
from. me that it certain, . thar does .yon good at once and
s oon effects a caret Many men have to' come to me sooner or later if
they are ever eured. Why not let me euro yon before losing your money.
, health and strength In treating with unskilled specialists?
YOU CAH PAY AS ABIE, WHIN EENEFITEO, 03 mU
CURED, UY PRICES mTCM TEE EE ACQ CF EVE2Y UA3
If you suffer from Blood Uiseaee. Tfrethral ObstmoUon, Xnotted Veins.
Cwollea Glands, Sores, Ulcers, Bkla Plseasss, Kidney Bladder or Any Urt
aary Troubles, Servons BeMUty, or Any ilea's Disease or Weakness due
to Excess or any other cause. I can rarely cure youcure you honestly
cure you quickly. Not one ct does It cost you if I don't Don't delay a
single day. 'Boat wait until year Ufa Is entirely rained, Don't worry
about payment Come and talk to me privately about your trouble. I will
convinoe rou. I will cure you or no coat to you. , . . . , .
Come to Me and I Will Cure You
MS Motto i Best " Treatment at Seasonable Maes,
, . . Hon' Give Up Before Oon suiting Ma. i
vmu s vnoe li u xrouoia.'
. OTTABASTEX B CURBS Many patients have told ma,
after X eared them, that they hesitate st first to come
on aoooant of never haying received relief elsewhere,
and they bad almost become so skeptloal as to think
there was ao cure for thsm. . X want an opportunity to
treat Jnat snob men, and it makes no difference bont
. the financial part, as X never aooept pay for my servtoes
j Ccrccr Seccsi 3 YzdiKI
OLD DODGE USED
10 AID BOSK
Fulton Begins to Spring Des
perate Measures, butGame
. Appears Losing One.
" "With your vote, we can elect Bower
man president of the state senate." -.'
Thus runs the message that is being
sent by Charles W. Fulton to members
of the state .'senate whom he figures
may be induced to help play the game
to defeat Ben Selling for presiding of
ficer of .the 'senate.: "','.:':-:.'--:':jt'H
This is one of Fulton's old cards, and
it shows that the "anythlng-to-beat-Selllng"
campaign has almost reached a
state of ' rigor mortis. , When Ful ton
was trying to break down the State
ment No. 1 forces In the legislature two
years ago and be chosen for senator
Instead of the man the legislature was
pledged to elect as the people's choice,
the wires . from Washington bore the
same message from Fulton that is now
being sent, to senators in' Bowerman's
behalf. ' h j . s '
If all the men to whom Fulton sends
this message should take the cue. Ful
ton's fond wish might prove true and
Bowerroan again ' be president of the
senate. But some of the men who have
received this message are for Belling.
Others are not committed, but are
against Bowerman. They are not In
clined to look kindly upon this sort of a
message, coming from the machine the
Republicans of the state so recently re
Close count of the state senate or
ganisation fight . shows the. Selling
forces unbroken, with 12 votes sure, two
more practically assured, and - strong
chances for picking up the other two
votes that are needed. If Selling should
be unable to gain .them from the Re
publican side, they may, come from the
Democratic side. ' v.-. ;, . '
Bowerman cannot , be elected, accord
ing to the beat' opinion, The best, he
can hope to do, and acparently what he
is trying to do, is not to win tor him
self, but to defeat Selling. ; TO accom
plish this result if Selling Is not chosen
on the first ballot there is likely to be
a break by the supporters of Bowerman
to Dan J. MaUrkey. While Malarkey
has many views not pleasing to the
Bowerman standpatters, he vas regular
in the last campaign. He spoke for
Bowerman .and his election would be
a sugar coated pill. 1
It is probably Selling, possibly Ma
larkey, but not . Bowerman. ; . i v.1
PORTLAND BOY GETS
HIGH PLACE IN COMEDY
Richard M. Bates, Jr.,' of Portland, a
senior architect in the University of
Pennsylvania, has wxm a place in the
second of two casts which hav$ been
presenting "The Despised Diploma." a
musical cvntedy,' given under .the ; aus
pices of the Mask and Wig club during
this week, according to a dispatch to
The Journal from Philadelphia. : Bates
takes the part of Kitty Telford, a school
girl. '!-';. " . , ' , .f ,
Every year at this time the Mask and
Wig club of the university gives a play
In order to find new material for its
big production during the Easter vaca
tion. ;. As 'Bates, has been fortunate
enough to make One of the two casts
which are presenting the comedy, he will
BTJIPUi SAFTGTTAJtS POB MOTHXXS
Mrs. D. Gilkeson,' 326 Ingles Ave..
Toungstown. Ohio, gained ' wisdom, by
experience. "My little girl had a se
vere cold and coughed almost continu
ously. My sister recommended Foley's
Honey and Tar. The first dose I gave
her relieved the inflammation in her
throat and after using. only one bottle
her throat and lungs were entirely free
from inflammation. Since then I , al
ways : keep,, a bottle Of Foley's Honey
and Tar In the house, -as I know it is
a sure cure for coughs .and colds."
Skldmore Drug Co., two stores: Main
store lol'Thlrd st; branch store, Morri
son and West Park' sts.j ' Woodard
Clarke Drug Co. . v
11 " mmmmmmmmmmmmm
Ken Alter Oltsrs Fall
1rrH nf mn vhn nnrrsm in vn hmjf rtnt .
have fan excellent chance of appearing
in the Enster show. ' '.,
The Despised Diploma" was written
by E. E. Kogers, a student in the law i
coMoee of tho unlvprRltv. !
Bates Is a son of Richard M. Bates,
president Of a local printing company,
and resides at 672 Kearney street
SAND CAUSES TROUBLE
ON HAWTHORNE BRIDGE
ThouKhtlessly the gate tenders on the ,
Hawthorne bridge swept sand from .the
aprons onto the draw rest plates last'
night and Until Chief Engineer H.I
Stutsman returned to work this morning
cars encountered trouble getting over
the track contacts at the draw ends, the
track on the draw being nearly an Inch
higher than on the bridge. 1
v- At first it was feared something had
gone wrong with the draw, but upon
close investigation Engineer Stutsman
discovered that the .whole trouble was
diie to "a deposit of sand on the. draw
rest plates. In the dark the night engi
neer had been unable to locate the cause
of : the trouble, and the gate tenders
never thought that they and their inno
cent brooms were responsible for all the
jolts and Jars given the cars In crossing
the'draw,.: -vY; ;'";
, Henceforth the gate tenders will ba
more careful In sweeping off the aprons.
are learning to
They Grow Hair
Certain Ingredients1 if Properly
man Hair Growth. '
Resorcin is one of the most effective
germ destroyers ever discovered. Beta
naphthol is a most powerful yet abso
lutely safe germicide and antiseptic
which; prevents development of germ
matter and creates a clean, healthy con
dition, i "
Pilocarpine; althoughi not a coloring
matter or dye, Is an ingredient well es
tablished for its power to restore nat
ural color to human hair. - -
Borax, because of its well defined
softening and cleansing " properties, is
most useful in the treatment of scalp
and hair diseases. Glycerine acts as a
stimulant to the hair bulbs and has a
soothing, healing and nourishing Influ
ence. : Alcohol Is Indispensable in medi
cine ; because of its antiseptic, stimu-'
latlng and preservative qualities.
Rexall "9 3r Hair , Tonic is chiefly
composed of these Ingredients, v which
are compounded in a particular form,
and we believe it is .the most effective
remedy " known ' to medical, science ' for
scalp and hair troubles generally. We
personally i guarantee it to eradicate
dandruff and scalp irritations and to
grow hair, even though the scalp ; in
spots is bare of hair, providing ' of
course there is life and vitality remain
ing in the hair roots. ( ,
.We want, every one trodbled With
scalp disease, dandruff or loss of hair
to try Rexall "93" Hair Tonic If it
does not remove dandruff and promote
a growth -of hair to the satisfaction of
the User, we will without question or
quibble return ever cent paid Us for It
This guarantee Is printed on every pack
age, i. It has effected most, satisfactory
results in 93 out of 100 cases were put
to a. practical test ,.. :. i; -.(..
Rexal '83"i Hair Tonic is entirely
unlike and in every particular different
from anything else we know, of for the
purpose for which it la : recommended.
We urge you to try it at our . entire
risk. Certainly we could offer no bet
ter guarantee. Two sljies, 60 cents and
$1.00. The Owl Drug Co., Incv corner
7th and Washington streets. y" - "" v
Consult the On VTVo Tong Medicine
Co, These hoted doctors have learned the
secrets known only to the famous Chi
nese savants and have spec tally imported
herbs from the remote provinces of China
that positively cure all ills of the human
system. Diseases of the nervous sys
tem, female disorders, blood , poison,
stomach trouble, etc., absolutely cured.
No matter how many doctors navel
failed, no matter now many medicines
you have used without result, call on ua
We can cure you.
Consultation free. Treatments by mail
On Wo Tong Chinese Medicine
: and Tea Company
- -92 Second St
Bonn 9 A. X. to 10 IP. X.
a. w If IN
11 V V?l II
.lc?npl!1, "J' tf tbere is any donbt aront
.iJJVJ ko-t curable by my methods, provided X am
atlstled the patleat is .iitwri and relbLaT ,
,J?.vm.m,,ttl0l ana dvlce is always free,' whether
?&ll.tZi,?mD0T !iot- "J' you cannot call at of flee, ,
WH2 'el'Mteotlon blank. Many eases cured at
nopie. Office sbours, I a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays 10 to IS
ti rA0mTJ?!Jd!,,c 'n p'ln nvelopes. Medicines from
.11.60 to ti.0 jmt course. ,
i I - '....' II f n i
! U w ' w J VJJ,' W-J Jul
m , t i ' i I f l ; 1 i i m I
call a suppression
of symptoms a
cure. Some dose
for drusr effects
and then claim
that nothing more
can be done.. But
the real ailment
rnniln. ttnH mill
bring the symp-"
toma hark Hsuln V
perhaps the same
as before. or per
haps modified in
some manner. My
treatment is effec
tual in complete
ly removing .the'
ailment because it
1t leading :
f oes to the very source of the cause,
t searches out every root and fiber of
the ailment and thus effects a REAL
CURE one that is permanent The
thoroughness of ray methods in treat
ing men's ailments has brought cures
where others fail, has enabled me to
promise much with certainty of ful
filling every promise and has reward
ed me with pre-eminence In the med
ical field and with the largest , prac
tice of its kind in the west . -
YOU CAN PAY
My Specialty Includes:
Tarlcose Tslns, Specific Blood Poii
on, Obstructions, Kidney and Bladder
Troubles, . Piles and all Contracted
Ailments. :"''": .
oo hs tTjT Axxoir rausB my
HONEST - AND CANDID ADVICE
COSTS TOU NOTHING!, I cheerful
ly give you the very- best opinion,
guided by years of successful prac
tice. 'Men out of town 1n trouble,
write me if you cannot call, as many
cases yield readily to proper home
treatment and cure. My offices are
open all day from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
and Sundays 10 to 1. . j .
The DR. TAYLOR Co.
834M, KORBISWI BTTT.TrT, OOB
JSX SCOST9, POaTLAITD, OS.
I Am the Man
that weak, ailing man have got to con
sult after they aave failed to receive a
I posltively'cure Varicose Veins, Rup
ture, Obstruction, Special Ailments of
Men, Kidney, .Bladder and Mood Ail
ments and Nervous Weakness.
If you want a perfect cure, cure to
stay cured, treat with the old- reliable
firm. Don't waste your money with
cheap and unskilled specialists.- , Get
the best always. . The best is none too
good for you and, always the cheapest
In the end.-: .
Remember, we treat only cases we can
cure. .Cure or no pay Is our motto.
What more can you askt , t
r We will cure you of your" trouble
never to return If we tell you so. ..Re
member this. .
We are specialists' in our line,, not
Call at once and let a true specialist
examine you today, not tomorrow.
stop surrermg; get strong and vlgor-
oua What more - to be
healthT; Nothing. ,
Come and consult us
Tie Old Reliable Specialist.
Corner Alder and Second streets. En
trance 128V Second street - Portland,
Or. Office hours 9 a., m. to S p. m.
Sundays, 10 a. m. to 1 P. m. ' ' - ,
I ., VlSOURFEE
Pay When Cured
We baVe every known remedy ap
pliance for TMATxjh, TOT., Our ex
2Li1,Jc?i. '-fi ' anJ var-sd that no
Lla,,,,t" of m,n ! new to ua.
COUI! IH AMD TAT. it TT nm
Oeneral Debility. Wsali Wervss, Xa.
I,T?e-ui,US' oxpowire. overworn
and other violations of Harare's laws.
Diseases of Bladder and Kidneys, VarU
ZLZZa I .,H,UC1T d' permaneauy
wl l11 and no detention
from business. " 7
i.ME.C1AXi AtXJttBJrTSNewly con
tracted and chronic cases - ervi a
burning, - Itching end inflammation
stopped In 24 hours. Cures effected in
seven days. Consultation free. If un
able to call, write for list of question
Office Honrs-p A. M. to 8 F. M
Sundays. 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. only
.Pacific Coast Medical Co.
B24Hi WASHXHOTOH STREET. '
1 v Corner rirst. .. .
1 1 OHXHiaB DOCXOB
Cures all diseases of
" men and women by
' use of the , famous
, Chinese herbs.
V CrPICB HQUBS
I 8 to 11 a m.,
f S to 6 p. m.
' f Office, room 11,
i cr 133 H 1st St
p. m., 6 to 11 p. ro. 233 r landers, Bet
. ata'aad Bta.v. ,-' ..i
W . TIIK UIAMOND iilUKD, A
Ijkdlr.l Ak your DracrU'v .
I !hM"l I'linoad HrunA.
I'lll. ill J4 ti otd mrtailic
botes, .esta) Titb IMtio Kiiiboo.
T.lt. . .tK-rr. Tir of ywnr
-Bvrr " -Jit
KIAZS GIVT 1Z2 BY IXT TCEX3
PATETST3 WrSI.1 X HATS STAET
JIB OH TITS F.OAB TO rTEAXTTI
A2TB XCAPTCX 3."
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TXCE wHIlftaE UOCTOX. ; ''
T . ; !.' ; ' Dec 14,,'lio.",
WO T nr rnatlma Hum anA AMn.n ..j i .
Lhas been successful in making a com-
noujuimj lllt&Iiy UOCtOrS
and patent medicines. ,. but to n ov-.n
tr., , I t j t worse an tne time.
t : i i ".
doctor a trial, and found he could do
for me what others had failed to do.
and , I am today well. I would advis
anv wno are bo the red with thi vx.oo...
give Mm a trial without delay.
(Signed) . f ED. V. KTRSCH,
; -.. Lebam. Wash.
out op town path itt a caw n.
CTms MXDicrsras Ajrxt DEarc-
, TI01T3 rOS TBXATMBST8. " t
Write and enclnsA i rant. In
. - . ... WUI
MA Will than AT11 .vmrtnm hlnb .-J
after you fill it out he will diagnose
1U C. Ccefwo ChintseMedicineCo.
; 16SH Pirwt St, Cor, Morrison,
cmuB ob so
$s and $io
rvt ... ..:
uu eases we i t w
i cat auu wure
All cbrohio ner
vous and spec-
lal diseases. ?"
aminatlon and '-
ens nit ation
' Our Eurotwan rv.ethnrla cum 1a ataV
cured, otherwise It does not cost you
anything. Could anything be more fair
or honorable. Call and consult us about
your trouble an let Mia explain our
modern, and up-to-date methods, whicn
remove the cause, and cure the follow
ing diseases.-.. ' - (. - , .
Acute. Cbrosio end Varvona TJiaeaaaa.
Blood Poison. . Merve-Tital troubles.
Btomacb Troubles, AU rorms of Bkin
Biseases, Catarrb of all forma SS oo
per month,; Ecsema. Ptlti enrsd without
the knife; Swollen Glands,' Nervonsnsss,
ueouiiy, Tsxioose Tains, Biaaaec aaa
Prostatio and Contracted Troubles and
all Acute and Cnronie Biseases of Men
and Women, -'',.-
Call today for free X-rav examine
tlon end consultaMn.
BBXTZSB BOTAK70 KXTXtXCm CO.
S87 Ve Washinrton St.. Portland. Or., 4th
floor Rothchlld Buildlna. . 407. 408. 409.
Take elevator. : . , , ,
Ho money required
is your absoluto
tion and medicines
free. Our specialty
is All Ailments of
Men. what you
want Is a cure.
urnio : io u eno
cet It Hours dally!
9 to 8. Evenings,!. t .
to 1 only. , . . '.. , - -:
383 WaabingtoB t, Portland, Ot.
MIN AND WOMEN CUR.ED
Chins s t
DRS." 8. K
dies of herbi
and ro o 1 1
cure - won
derfully. -It f .'V .
nas c u r e d . v.JLyJ
uyw Aiuiva. eure cure ror cnronio,
private ailments, nervousness, blood poi
son, rheumatism, asthma, pneumonia,
kidnev. throat and li no- ii,iiiAa mn.
sumption, stomach disorders and other
diseases of all kinds. Remedies harm
less. ' MU'Ur-ujKATiON. Honest treat
ment Consultation free. Examination
for ladles by Mrs. 8. K. Chan. Call or
write to TBtB B. X. CHAJT MEBIOXirB
CO 896H Morrison ltq bet. 1st ft 2t,
Portland, ,Oiy...-fy;lj-' '
f Avaf. mni linel. nmtir (or
' BrndutU. CmIbttK Kay F ft
' lnA.mm.HM, Iw4ta.t1nn.. flUM.
I ,Mnn, nf A 1 L mnjMMM mnihr.ne
or liainire ec tbe note, Uireat ,
i atoawoxi or mnnmrj vrviw. w v
T DttuoaiaTs si
Why nM curt v our it if
I Tnatlae with eaea botu.
or mallas oa nquert.
.let lm Q-mal Co,
Dr. B. XL Chan
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