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If They Hadn't Met Judge Mc
Credie Might Have
Gone Broke. '
. .. Specks JIarkness Is. not only the con
tented man. but he ' Is the tenderest
of heart. Several weeks ago Speck
didn't want to leave quarantine, because
he was having such a good time. Now
that other characteristic of his nature
has cropped out. It concerns his con
tract with the Portland baseball club,
which Speck signed last night
Speck- was too tender hearted to ask
Judge McCredle for an advance in sal
ary. He wanted more money, but he
didn't want to hurt the magnate's feel
ings by asking him for tt. When Judge
McCredle sent the first contract, Speck
paid, no , attentlQotculUjriien a week
or so later. Judge McCredle sent another
one. ; containing a few higher figures.
'.Ditto on the unanswerlng thing' ' for
Bpeck. He didn't have the front to tell
the judge that It wh not enough. A
week or Jwo elapsed and another con
tract was tendered Speck, calling, for a
few dollars more. ' Speck took it horn's
and read It -over.-. It. , was -encouraging,
but not Just right yet, so Bpeck thought.
In the meantime Speck and, the Judge
had been meeting aocjally, but they
never mentioned contract. ,.'
' ' Rearing the End,
Monday Judge -McCredle mailed Speck
his fourth contract; with a few more
dollars added to it. He . thought sure
he'd get. an answer. Uncle Sam deliv-
and Speck took a peep at thenTtssive.
'then wavered., ' ; .
The Judge and Specll met again yes
terday afternoon at baseball headquar
ters? "See here. Speck." said the mag-
" bate, T aW hol keert""l68uppbrt' he
whole postal service, and what I wnt
to know is this, are you satisfied wlh
your contract, or- do you want to pay
your own. railroad fare down to Santa
"Why, sure. Judge, kidded the freck
cled beauty. "I was satisfied with the
first contract, but every time I got
ready to sign the contract you sent I
couldn't find a pen." 1
Both heaved a sigh of relief, and
Speck turned in his signature. .
Bernard With Newark. ,
Dr. Curtis Bernard, who played with
the Los Angeles team In the Pacific
, Coast league for a number of seasons,
Trui piay wun uuo ;ucuiiuiu.y nwr
. . . . 1 Ij . . . . . J
ciud in me iniemHUTJimr-tfoinre -tnm
season. Bernard was made .a free
' agent at hi request and has located In
Auburn, Maine, , Later he decided to
playJmll again with Jhe Newark club.
Tommy Sheehan a Senator.-'
' Tommy .Sheehan, the Beaver captain
'of last season, will play third base for
Patsy O'Rourke'a 1912 Senators. Shee
han and Charley Graham came, to terms
yesterday afternoon. If Shlnn la re
turned to Sacramento he will play short
stop. CROUrke.Wlll play second and It
may be' possible that Hal Danzig will
be returned to the Senators by the St.
Louis "team, now that it has secured
- - Fisher to Minors.'
There is a report in Cleveland that
? Gus Fisher, the former -Beaver catcher,
j will be,. returned to the minors,. Fisher
caught' good ball for the Naps last
Reason, but with the addition of Paddy
Livingstone, there is-hardly room for
Gus on the Nap lineup. . - 1
Ote Johnson Signs Up.
Otis Johnson, the" former Portland
thirdsacker, hag signed his 1912 con
tract with , the Rochester team of thr
SUNNYSIDE WILL MEET
.' The Mohawks and Sunnyslde teams
of the Archer-Wiggins Football league
- will play for the championship Saturday
afternoon on the Columbus club field.
The two tenms are evenly matched, and
. a close contest is expected.
The Bunnyslde team was idle up to
last week, but has started to get in trim
"for Ihe'satne. The Mohawk team will
be minus the services of two of its star
.. . Kfjlf Meets Brown Tonight. .'
(llnltMl Preim Lenovd Wire.)
Chicago, Feh. 21. Hugo Kelly and
George, (Knockout) Brown of Chicago
have ended their training and are ready
to enter the ring for their 10. round bout
tonight' at Kenosha, Wis.
The Best $3':
'Hats. Madle '
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LEADERS HI AliEY
Dilworths Catch White Crows
Napping - and Win Two
BIG FOUR LEAGUE
White Crows ........ 26
Jarretts i. ........ 19
Dilworth Derbies . . 19
The league leaders dropped the first
and second games in the tournament
last night to the Derbies, but they won
the last by a margin of only two pins,
though that game was closer than thj
score would indicate, the White Crows
losing 20 pins in' the last frame. - ,
B. O. Case averaged 20 In th three
games. For the White Crows the beet
average was made by Slater; with 1871
The Crows as a team, though, were
inclined to take things easy as they
have such . a . big lead over the oth.;r
teams In the race. But four nights re
main to the three 'trailing teams in thu
league in which to catch Ben oldt s
peerless combination. If ' the . Crows
should lose six games and the Excel
siors win six, these two teams would be
tied for first place, but this is not
likely to happen. : - : . "'"'
The Excelsiors, who have been In the
cellar most of the season, took another
strong brace last night and are now ro
poslng serenely on the second rung of
the ladder, Melvin and Edgar led their
teammates In average, while Boland and
Heffron were also in fine form.. Boland
had some of --the hardest luck that can
happen to a bowler, when he had four
splits , and a cherry in the last game,
after - making fine scores In. the first
and second games. Another game -of 234
would ' have enabled him to break the
league record. '
- Jarretts "Win Tie Game.
The Jarretts after losing all three
tournament., games to the - Excelsiors,
finally beat them In a game which was
to - decide the tie game rolled between
these two teams three weeks ago: With
the tie game to their credit, the Jarretts
are now tied for last 'place. Melvin of
the Excelsiors ran up a score of 234 In
the first game, which is the best score
made in several .weeks.
Next Tuesday night at 8:15 o'clock
the following teams will hit It up:
White Crows vs. Excelsiors; Jarretts
vs. Dilworth. Derbies. -
The scores of last night's matches:
. DILWORTH DERBIES. '.
U) (2) fS) Tot'LAve.
Case ..........200 193 206 699 200
Duffy.... 200 182 172 664 185
Gross 158 160 148 466 155
Hanno ., 161 208 170 539 180
Meyers ;.r.:r;7;lS4 208-138-524 ; '175
bmrrrrrrt7Tnt 5 4 z.b 8 2
i. WHITE CROWS
(1 (2V- (3) Tot'LAVfl,
169 493 164
...169 162 195 526 175
.190-168 188 646 182
Gutzeit ........ ., 145 123 268 134
Slater .....J;.. 192 187 "-181 660 187
Totals ..... ..828 849 856 2,538
. EXCELSIORS .
' . M) i1 ( To'l Avo.
Hoffman ASS 199. 188" 625 US'
Herrron i3 in i d9 . i8
v-vruik no , no no
Edirar ......... .. 180 225 405 202
Boland ........220" 210 134 664 188
Melvin 234 1S3 131-608 203
.. .23'989 927 2,839"
(1) (2) (3) Tot'l.Ave.
Crawford 199 183 149 631 177
Capen .........193 ls8 . 173 654 185
Ma rttn , m-,r; 168-206 -118 632 177
Baker 136 200 200 636 179
Rush ...193 158 167 618 173
Totals . . , . . . i889 925 847 2,671 '
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Clatskanle, Or., Feb. 21. The Clatska-
nle basketball team for the 1912 season
was organized at' a meeting held here
recently. - The club selected new grounds
for the coming season. The team is
planning to enter the Columbia River
league, composed of Cathlamet, Kalama,
St. Helens, Rainier and Kelso.
Joe Haggln will pitch- for the local
team again this season. Haggin pitched
14 games last season .and won all but
two Of them. Manager Conyen has a
large squad in training and the best
team, that ever represented this city Is
expected to be-in the field.
, Damaaed Pianos.
Carload Just received, all more or less
damaged. These must be closed out at
once. Don't' fall to call and see them
before buying. Prices and terms to suit
you. . -
BUSH & LANT5 PIANO CO., - -355
Facts Concerning the
Principals Abe Attell, champion;
Johnny Kllbane, challenger.
Referee Charles F. Eyton. . v
AVeight 122 pounds ringside. .
Place Vernon arena of the Pa
cific Athletio club, near Loa An
geles. Promoter T. J. McCarey.
Time Boxers scheduled to enter
ring between 5 and :15 o'clock
Title at stake is the featherweight
MthampteBaMp .91 the world, : t.-;rrnrr
Kow Champion and Challenger
5 ft. 4tt In.... Height... .5 ft 5H 1
66 in.... Reach. 68H in
litt In. Neck ...'14H in
35 in... Chest, expanded, ... .37 in
34 V& in.... .Chest normal...... 35 In
28M in. .......Waist. ,..30 In
11 in...., Bleeps.... 11 In
10 in. ........ Forearm..., ...10H in
19 In .....Thigh.U. .... 18 In
1S in. ...... .Calf.,. 12 In
6H In Wrist. ........ tt In
8& In.... ... ..Ankle. v 8ft In
At Vernon. Cal. Abe Attell .
4 rs. Johnny Kllbane, for feather-
weight championship ' of the
4 world; 20 rounds. '
At Satwranc!sco Frank
4 " Klaus vs. Sailor Ed Petroskey,
for the middleweight cham-
pionship; ' 20 rounds.
At Sacramento, Oil. Billy
4 Papke vs. Frank Mantell, mld-
dleweights; 20 rounds.
At New Tork-Sld iJmlth, ban-
tamwelght champion of England,
vat Johnny Daly; 10 roundsi''
"At"New York Matty Baldwin
of Boston vs. Knockout Brown.
of New York, lightweights; 10
4 rounds. ;; y -
At New Bedford, Masa.
Honey Mellody vs. Andy Parker,
welterweights; 10 rounds.
Soldier Elder Off for Vernon. 1
"(United Press iMMea Wire.)
San Diego, Cal., Feb. 21. Accompa
nied by his backer, G. M. Anderson,
trainers and seconds, Soldier Elder,
"white'thope," who meets Jim Cameron
at Vernon tomorrow as a preliminary
to the Attell-Kllbane fight left here
this morning for Los Angeles in an au
tomobile, A number of local sports
will be at the ringside tomorrow to
wateh Elder make hla debutftrfast
company, , ,
Portland's" Fastest Boat Will
Make Record Trial Tomor
- - row Afternobm -
Eight well known and experienced
timers will J'clock" the Oregon Wolf to
morrow afternoon, on the Willamette
river when the speedy motor boat goes
after the world's championship now
held by the Dixie IV. Eyery lap aa
well as the general distance will be
carefully watched by the timers.
The attempt will be under the aus
pices of .the Portland Motor Boat club,
atul the Wolf will start at "2:80 o'clock
from a point half way between the Mor
rison and Hawthorne., bridges, turning
a buoy opposite the Portland Lumber
tntlls, then doubling back to a buoy
below the Steel bridge and opposite the
Portland Flouring mills. The lap will
be five miles and the boat will travel
over the course six times. The record
of the Dixie is 40.4 miles per hour. It
Is believed locally that this record -will
be broken in Portland.
- The Judges of the race will be Mayor
Rushlight, E. Henry Wemme and Sen
ator James Ambrose. The timers will
be Frank E Watklna, A. D. McAlpln, A.
M. Grilley, W. B. Fecheimer, J. L.
Scarth, Georgo Klnnear, L. M. Myers and
T. Morris Dunne,
The Lincoln High school basket ball
quintet " was " downed again yesterday
afternoon by the heavy Jefferson High
school five by the score of 25 to 15.
Ashworth, Murphy and Lewis were
the stars of the game. Ashworth shot
10 baskets for the blue and gold squad,
while Lewis made nine baskets for .the
The first half of the game was a see
saw affair and ended with the score of
10 to 8 in favor of Jefferson. In the
second half the Jeferson team took a
big lead and held it throughout' the re
mainder of the game. 1 '
This afternoon the Jefferson and
Washington teams will play.
Lincoln. ; ,: . . . Jefferson
Lewis RF... West
Cudllpp. .......... LF....... Ashworth
Boyer C Anderson
Young..:-.". . R O. . . n .--, Morgan
Reed, Gage. ...,..LG. ........ Murphy
- Referee Grilley. Tlmekeepera--Bltt-
ner and Roberts. ; ,
4' . . - -
Seattle, Wash., Feb, 2L The Wash
ington university team defeated the O.
A, C. basketball quintet last night" by
the score of 20 to 17.
The Company G team of Dallas, Or.,
which was to play the Amicus club Fri
day night wired the manager of the lo
cal team requesting the postponement of
Friday's game. The Dallas team was
unable to arrange its schedule satisfac
torily, and - the , game has been - post
poned indefinitely. .-.Vv ,.!,;.-,.. .;.,.
The first and sdcond learns of the
Christian Brothers' Business college will
play the first and aeoond Fel Ida teams
tonight in the Christian Brothers' gym
inaslUrn. The Fellda team has played
several games in Portland already -this
, season, and has defeated the Portland
Academy team. , ' , v .:,".'
! ' The Jewish Boys' Athletic club team
(is still in the field, for the 135 pound
j ity championship;. It has . won -12
games and lossf four this season) and ia
, desirous of meeting other fast quintets.
! For .games telephone or write J. Srao
:koon, 648 Fourth street, Main 7725
Nelsoivllrltt Ffght la 1904,
ibeeaib.. The firs, fight be twee-
Ulmmy Brltt and Battling Nelson was
fought In San Francisco-on December
20, 1904, Brltt .winning the bout in 20
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: FOR TITLE FIGHT
Attell Confident While Kilbane
Is Hopeful of Lifting
Rvalue" rr lae4 Wire. -s
Los Angeles, Feb, 21. Complete rest
was the command at the Attell camp
today and the little - featherweight
ichafrplon announced that he will do-no
I further work In preparation for his bat-
Attell had a conference with Referee
Eyton lasty evening. He . begged that
official to prevent Kllbane from wrest
ling in the clinches. He said that if
Johnny, would stand op and fight and
not play tag, the championship would
not even be jarred In lta-present posi
Kllbane, at Venice, Is ready for the
fray. ; He said he hardly could wait.
for the opening. gong.
"I never was in such condition in my
life," the chaUenver said aa he emerged
from his morning shower. "I'm just
like a perfectly conditioned race horse
ready for anything. I'm going to
fight my best and if I -can take the
championship back to Cleveland with
me I'll be the happiest boy in the
world." ' . - . -
TomMcCareyannouhced . todays ihat
the first preliminary "Would be put on
at 1:30 o'clock and that the main fight
would start about 2:45 to permit the
motion picture men to have the benefit
of better light Betting odds favored
Attell it 10 'to ( today. It was pre
dicted that the ringside price would ne
about Nto ( on the champion.
Wolgaslr Picks AtteU.
' (Dnlted Fref Leased Wire. I
Los . Angeles, Feb. " 21. Ad Wolgast
lightweight "champion, believes that Abe
Attell will defeat Johnny Kllbane- to
morrow. Ad summarizes his . reasons
for thlsijeltef arTollows
"iibe is the best 122 pound boxer
the world ever has known. His work
with his hands la. dazzling, and
his footwork is superb. Aa a ring gen
eral he Is without -a peer. " I can truth
fully eay that, I'm glad Able isn't a
lightweight, for j. would hate to meet a
man of my. own-weight with his ability
Attell Is meeting a finished fighter
In Kllbane. Johnny proved he always
has a punch left when he knocked out
Joe Rivers after 15 rounds of milling.
The ifteht -will
of the T oth v i
-will not be over until the end
fUnltfd Prut I.tiicd Wlre.y -
Los Angeles, Feb. 21. Port-
land today declared Us candl- 4
dacy for the 1913 meeting of the 4
Western- Bowling congress. The
Oregonlani are lining up their
forces and are prepared to fight 4
the claims of - Vancouver and 4
Denver, the other two contest-
Light scores were rolled last.
evening, when several flye men . 4
and; doubles teams took the aUeyirr
Tomorrow will be the big day 4
of the tournament with three of. ...
the crack Los Angeles teama
contesting against, teams from 4
, the inland, empire and British 4
Races at Juarex.
(Uolted Pren Leased Wire.) --
Juarez, Feb, 21. Results yesterday:
First race Vested Rights, 8 to 5, 1
to 6, 1 to 8, won; I see It, even, 2 to
5, second; Old Gibraltar, 4 to 6, third.
TJme 1:47 8-5. ,
-Scratch colqultt and Peter Honce.
Second race Narfl, ( to 1, 2 to 1,
even, won; Free Will, 12 to 1, I to 1,
second; Frazzle, 8 to -6, third. ' Time
1:18. ' -
Third race Royal Tea, S to 5, 8 to B,
1 to 4, won; Delaney, 7 to 10, 1 to 4,
second; John Griffin II, 1 to 4, third.
Time 1:05 4-6.
Scratch Droml, Mills, Mary Emily.:
Fourth race-r-Gelico, 1 to 2, 1 to 3,
out, won; Gus Hartrldge, 2 to 1, 7 to
10, second; Heretic, even, third. Time
Scratch Ben TJncas.
Fifth race Tim Judge, 5 to 1, S to
1, even, won; Mamac, 7 to 6, 1 to 2.
second; Keep Moving, 1 to I, third.
Time 1 :27 2-B. - -
Sixth race Misprison, S to 2, 4 to B.
1 to 8, won; Greenbrldge, 6 to 1, 8 to
1, second; Dotty B, 2 to 6, third. Time
Kirkbride defeated Gorg last night In
the handicap billiard tournament at the
Acme billiard hail by the score of 150
to 183. Gorg was to have played 200
in the handicap. ,
Both players made several high runs.
Gorg's runs were 22, 20, 17 and 18 and
Kirkbrldo's 15, 14 and 12. Gorg's aver
age waa 8 40-46 and Klrkbrlde's 8 12-46.
Tonight Williams will pay 200 and
Johnson 120. " : '
' " Portland Cobs Want Twirler.
- The Portland Cubs baseball team de
sires the services of a good ' amateur
pitcher. The team was one of the fastest-in
the city last year, and has started
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for rree symptom ana diagnosis DianK.
Hours 9 a. m. till 8 p, m. Sundays 11
rirst and Aide BtiT'PnonS Main 4488
ENTRANCE 811 AIDES STSEET
I Cure Men Quickly
I am making men
well and whole. I am
doing what no other
specialist can do for
men. When all oth
er fall I cure, be
cause my practe
has been wider, my
experience more var
ied, because my
knowledge ia more
perfect. What I am
doing for others X
will .do for you. ;
HY SPECXAXTTES ABB
Nervons Debility, ' Blood Ailments,
Piles, Varicose Veins, Bnpture, Kid
ney, Bladder and all ailments pecul
iar to men. Do not let money mat
ters keep you away, as my charges
are so low as tobe within 'the reach
of all. GOOD HONEST WOBX and a
SQUABE DEAXi is what you want,
Consultation and examination free.
Call now or write. - -
r The Old Bailable SpeelaUrt '
Corner Alder and Second streets.
Entrance '128 Second street, Port
land, Or, Office hours 8 a. m. to
8 p. m. Sundays 10 a. m. to 1 p. m.
. Clve Prompt ud Eaetnl Relief
withwit iaconvenience, in the
MOST OBSTINATE CASES
. No Other trestment required.
' SOLD BY AU. DRUGGISTS.
i T f T-. - T - m . t
By C. K. H6lsman, M. D.,The Leading Specialist-
I am an expert pectallst, treating
clusively. 1 own ray oinc. ana .quipaient, puouan m;i
irm nVintneranh arSil nnraonallv : auDervla. the treatments j
n,f ..,(..,. f.n X V. a tlm, tV.v
are discharged as lured. Although
eupled from early morn until late
after the wants of my patients, ana
special treatment for Blood Poison
aiwayp taae pleasure in consulting
In offering my services to the afflicted I em giving yoiifc
the BEST that can be had anywhere. My reputation and
experience for the past U yars can leave no doubt as tot
my ability honesty and integrity ana
to convlnoe the most skeptlotl that I
.tia T.tr!AniNa Rnrclnllst in Pjrtland.
experience acnuired in such a way that
It ana snouiU DUt ua wiusacu -ki majiiniiwiteu uuvwii ui
A thorough investigation should be made by every ailing man aa to the
specialist he consults. Duty and destiny to self and those who depend
upon you demand the best medical attention. I. have the ability and can
rive you this service. I have always charged a very reasonable fee, eo that
my services may be obtained by any man who sincerely desire to be
cured. 1 make no misleading, statements, false promises or unbusinesslike
propositions. I would like to have, you for a patient if yon will eome te me
on a strictly professional basis, accepting inducements that I offer, which
are my ability, 18 years' successful experience, time-saving treatment and
cure of certain diseases. - .
TAXXCOSS VEXXrS. i
I daily demonstrate that these con
ditions can be cured in nearly all
case bv one treatment in such a at
isfactory way that the organ are
preserved and strengthened, pain
ceases swelling subsides; a healthy
circulation Is rapidly reestablished,
instead of the deprerelng conditions.
I guarantee you a cure to stay cured
or refund the money. '
KID JET AITO WT.ADDEB DIS
EASES With thene diseases you may nave
more complications than are present
ed by any other diseased organ. By
my searching illumination of the
bladder I .determine accurately the
disease ana by microscopic examina
tion and' urinalysis I make doubly
sure the condition of the kidneys,
thus laying foundations for sclenti
SPECITXO BI.OOD POISOH-. ;
" Sclentifio treatment only should
be used in combatting this loathsome
dlseae. I cure Blood Poison by the
new German Remedy which- 1 Intro
duce directly Into, the blood, purify
ing it, neutralizing it and expelling
poison from the system. New blood
thus formed auppl'es and rebuilds
the tissues In aucn a way that the
patient recovers his normal state of
health, strength and soundness.. '
rr DUtECT TBHATMMTS FOB
- WEAKNESS. .
That disorder commonly known as
weakness has for years and genera
tlons baffled the efforts of physi
cians, yet. to this very day a ma
jority of detors, specialists not ex
cepted, are attempting to overcome
1 1 res t all Ailment of Men and cure to stay cured
I Offer Free Consultation and Examination
I Invite you to eome to my offioe. I win explain to you mf treat
ment for varicose veins, hernia, nervous debility, blood pnlaon, pile, fis
tula,' bladder, kidney and all men'a ailments, and give you FUKB a physical
xamlnaUon If you write for free book and self-examination blank.
Xy office 1 open all day from a.
mm correairanaenoe xzeetea oouiaennauy. - xittters cneariiwy answerer
- IK v
DB. A. O. SMITH
The leading Bpeolallit t
! in a reentered and licensed
physician, confining my special
practice to the allmentsvof MEN. J
nave mora money invested in my
establishment thaa all other Port
land specialists combined. -
I Jise my photograph so that when
you come to see me personally you
will recognise me. Investigate my
personal standing "before aecptln
treatment from a doctor of unkonwn
identity or reputation. ,
being treated in a satisfactory ma-J
ner br your present doctorT ! rpl
cjrryln out his promises? Has
crrM you in a reasonable time, and
lived up-to his guarantee? - Are you
paying him exorbitant prices' for
medicine? Does he emplov thorouan
ly uo-to-dnt and scientific methofls.
ular family doctor? If you cannot
newer these questions lavorsoir m
rouraelf. come and have a confiden
tial talk with us about your case
Tt will eot von nothln.
VABICOSB VEINS. BX.OOD POX
BON, FIXES. X1STUX.A, ETO .
Relieved in a Few Days
No Detention Prom Occupation,
Family or Home.
NO SKVRRK OPERATIONP
MANT CASES FERMANKNTLY
CUR FID IN ONE TRRATMENT.
MOST TTMF-PAVING. MOST NAT-tT3Af,,-M
O ST S A PE. I GIVE
MY WORD ANT WILL CITT1 YOU
TO OTHER MEDICAL AUTHORI
TIES THAT THIS J8 A PACT. I
AM CERTAINLY PREPARED TO
TREAT RY EXPERIENCE AND
EOtUPMENT. -WHICH ARK THE
KEYSTONES TO SUCCESS. I HAVE
THE REST EQUIPPED MEDICAL
OFFICE ON THE- COAST.
I Invite you to come to my office.
T wilt exofaln to vou mr treatment
for Varicose Veins, Hernia, Nrvous
Debllitv.. Blood Disorders, Piles, FU
tula. Bladder. Kidney, Prostatlo and
all Men'a Ailments, and .give you
FREE a physical examination) If nec
essary a microscopical and chemical
analysis of secretions to determine
Dathoiogicsi ana bacteriological con
ditioris. Every person should take
advantage of thia opportunity to
learn their true condition. A per
manent cure ia. wnai . you .wane
My dfflcee are open all day from
a. m. to. 8 p. m. and Sundays from
334Vi Morrison St., Cornex 81
ailments of men ex
nAm A m M nt1l rhavKt 1
my time is fully oe-r
at night In looklngl, .s
in administering myf
and Varicose Veins, jfv,
wun new patients.
etiouia o urnciit
am the FOREMOST
I possess skill and
no ether ean shared
it by method that have been In con
stant us and have always failed for
half a century. They dose th sys
tern with powerful stimulant and
tonics, calculated to restore nervous
force or strength that 1 not and
hever ha been lacking, with the re
sult that the functions are . WWpo
rarlly excited to the positive detri
ment of the patient Weakness I
only a ymptom resulting from many
local conditions and I eurable, -by
local treatment only, without the
giving of a single Internal (lose,
which demonstrate the absolute ac
curacy of - my understanding and
treatment of -Oil disorder. In year
I have1 not met with single failure
and I have entire confidence in my
ability to cure alt cases that eome
to me for treatment, 1 am equally
certain that no treatment other than
that which I have perfected can com
pletely and permanently . restore
strength and vigor. ;
KO MONET REQtTTRED TO
COMMENCE TREATMENT. Vany
Satlents have no confidence in their
octor, because he demand pay be
fore a cure has been effected snd
there are- many who have tteen mis
informed about their cordltlon or
through unsuccessful treimnt have
become skeptical and think there-1
no cure for them. I want an oppor
tunlty to treat such men. It mak
no difference about the financial
part, as I accept pay for my serv
Ices as benefits are derived; when I
am satisfied the patient 1 rellabl.
Health la capital at Interest I will 3
prove my ability to eur before ask- I
Ing pay for my services, I
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