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FIVE m SHIPS
Superiority of Native Wood Is
Shown by Large ,uraer
Oregon fir as decking for vessels has
sgaln shown Its superiority over other
products and when the American
Hawaiian steamer Falcon Bails for San
Francisco Thursday she will have
aboard 125.000 feet of that material,
which is being used for the decking of
five new steamships being built for the
American-Hawaiian Steamship company
by the Maryland Steel Works at Spar
row! Point, Md.The Falcon Is sched
uled to arrive up from San Francisco
tonight with 951 tons of New York
freight and some bonded goods.
The shipment of fir to go onthe
Falcon Is the last of 820.000 feet for
the decks of the new steamers,' the
other having gone east toy rail, and Is
4 Inches by 4 inches, with an average
length of 50 fet This particular ship
ment was to have gone by way of the
Panama route, as it Is not customary
for the American-Hawaiian steamers tq
carry lumber. The lumber, has been ly
ing at the North Pacific mill since No
vember, awaiting shipment, as the
Panama steamers have gone out every
month with all the lumber that- they
could carry for the canal zone. As the
contractor will soon- be In need of the
shipment the company decided to send
it by their own steamers.
In addition to the decking, the Falcon
will have 25 tons of cascara bark for
Europe, and 60 tons of salmon and 25
tons of miscellaneous freight for New
York. - A large amount of freight is be
ing turned away, as they are unable to
handle it on the steamers running from
San Francisco south.
HIGHER WHEAT CHARTERS
'Sailing fchlp Owners Looking for
Better. Prices for This Season V
Already sailing ship owners are ap
parently on the lookout to charter their
vessels for the new crop season at a
better rate than the prevailing one, and
while several are offering at the pres
ent time it seems that they do not
want to let them go at 27s, 6d. It Is
even hinted that the owners expect to
get a higher rate than usual because
of the coal miners' strike In England
and Wales, which It is figured will
cause a scarcity of steam tonnage.
Some local shippers believe, however,
that they will be able to get sail ton
nage at the union rate.'
One shipper has received a letter
from the owners of a large number of
sailing craft In Scotland In which It
was stated that they had several ships
seeking, but that they did not Hlfe to
fix them at 27s, d, as they thought
that they could get a better rate than
the prevailing one. " Whether they In
efide(Ttd"lnTerthat they could get tet
ter than the union rate or the average
of about 21s, 3d, which was paid during
(he past season, Is not clear; The high
est rate paid bince the season of 1907
08 was 32s; 6cL that paid for the British
ship Kirkcudbrightshire, now enrout
with a cargo of coal from Newcastle,
Australia, - However, she is what is
known as a handy ship. 4 '
CRAB FISHING INDUSTRY
On gon Oyster Company Figuring on
Building Five New Boats. , ;
Five'new deep sea crab fishing boats
i of the type of the Lewis and Dan, now
operating out of Shoalwater bay, aro
being figured on bygthe Oregon Oyster
company, and it is, stated that three
prominent Portland business men will
incorporate with Wachmuth brothers to
handle the enlarged Industry,
' The five boats which are to be built
to aceommodato the Increased deep sea
crab industry, which has now extended,
with Portland as the shipping center,
to Salt Lake City, will be. gasoline pro
pel led craft designed to ride out any
weather which they may encounter
while engaged In their occupation. All
but "Wie will bo somewhat smaller than
Grows Five; Inches
of New Hair in
. Thirty Days
. Both men and women, Inclined to
baldneyg or cl:wiliuff. will be interested
in the following simple home formula
ror nair ana scalp treatment, strongly
rfcommended by a reader who. states
that from its use, In thirty days, she
grew new nair live inches long.
Bay Bam .... es.
. Lavons de Compose .........9 os.
Menthol Crystals ........... dr.
These Ingredients are nil . at unlit
. standard and Inexpensive pharmaceut
ical products kept by any well equipped
druggist Let the druggist mix them
for you or you can do it yourself at
nome. aiiojv to stand nair en hour be
fore using. Apply night and tnornlnar
rubbing biinkly into tire scalp with the
finger tips or a medium stiff brush.
This priHrtlen- Is- not tmly-a won-"
ierruny rupin nair grower, but it quick
ly stops dandruff, falling lialr and. Itch
ing scalp, and although it Is neither a
i-tain nor dye. will restore natural color
to me gray, streaked or laded hair in
nine cases out of ten. -
Be careful not to apply where hair is
no i aesirea.
WHOOPING COUCH CROUP
BRONCHITIS , COUGHS COLDS
u . ...... .
rsraausMcs it - '
A 1npl, aafa aa4 (ffectite Ueatajent for Ba
ciial trouble, without iotmj tba rncuk wilS
drujt. Vk with raucti far thirty yean.
Tba air rcaderea atraarly aatucptic, lntalr4
Will arcry hraatk, naitea breathing eaar, aaotkca
tha aara threat, and ttopa the conga, aamrlrig rU
ful aighta. Crctoieaa ia inalobla M mathera
with TMag childrea and a la taf erert froa
Attorn. - . -.-,'
iadM portal for deatrl iit We boot !rt. "
Try CreaoleM Anii
acptia Throat Tableia
for lb irritated throat.
Tky ara iinla, affect
Ira aad antlaeaiia. Of
f w dmntiMar treK a,
loc ia uupt.
Vsps Crttolene Co.
: tartirdl StJLK.
the Lewis and Tan. a V. S. lifesavir.g
host fitted with a gas enp!ni, while one
wIM be largrr than the ethers and will
be used to collect the catch from the
others arid convey it to the floats at
With the additional fleet of five beats
which are to be added it Is expected
that -the oomrany will he able to con
tinue thelrr fishing during the entire
year, as during the months when they
are prohibited from shipping in the
state of Washington they will be able
to fish off Tatiuina bar.
The Lewis and Dan was secured from
the llfesavlng service and equipped with
a gas engine about six months ago, and
it Is said that she has weathered some
of the fiercest gales of the -season, do
ing her fishing at, a distance of about
10 mles out with a range of about the
same distance each way north and
south. The new boats will be built
either In Portland or at South Bend,
and will have the same lines as the
other craft. .
ANOTHER BOAT NEEDED
Demands Made on Wheat Carriers
Bound for Manzanillo.
Another steamer than the Norwegian
tramp Jason will be necessary. It Is
said, to transport the wheat offered by
local shippers ' for transportation to
Manzanillo. The Jason is scheduled to
arrive here Wednesday or Thursday
from California, and F. Jebson, itl Is
state.-, will follow her with another of
their line to clean up the wheat ordered
for the Mexican port, f
While prospects looked bright for
more business between this port and
Mansanlllo, local 'shippers fear that the
present trouble in the republlo to the
south will probably spoil It '
The Jason will load from 2800 to 8000
tons of wheat here, the cargo being
furnished by M. H. Houser, Kerr, Glf
ford A Co. and W. Q. McNear, Inc.
TAKES ,BARLEr CARGO
First Shipment to Lear for SeTeral
y Years Goes Out Tonight,
Several years have passed since a bar
ley cargo has been- set afloat here for
California, and the steamer Roanoke
will be the first to take One when she
sails Wednesday night, the cargo be
ing consigned to San Diego. The bar
ley will probably be used there for brew.
lng purposes, ; During last year not a
single cargo of barley was shipped for
eign rrom here, all of the Oregon prod
uct being shipped ,by rail to the east
with the exception of that Intended for
.KANSAS CITY 03? RUN
Vessel Takes Tlace of Bear, Which
Is Undergoing Repairs.
On her first trfb to thla nor nrm
April, mo, the steamer Kansas City Is
scheduled to steam from San Francisco
tonight, taking the run of the steamer
Bear of the "Big 8" Una while the latter
Is undergoing an overhauling at the Call-
ronua port, captain Nopander and the
crew of the Bear will be on her with
the exception of A. A. Dunning, first of
ficer, and James Jackson, chief engi
neer, wno win remain at San Francisco
with the Bear.
ALONG THE WATERFRONT
Carrying passengers and frelghttha
steamer breakwater, Captain Macgenn,
is soheduiea to sail tonight for Coos
In r tow of the in 9 M.ivin. h
schooner Fearless, in from Guavmas.
left up this morning for Rainier, where
sne win load a cargo of ties for a re
turn voyage to the port under charter
to Dant & Russell.
The steamer Dalsv oadsbv cleared
this morning for San Francisco laden
with 950,000 feet of lumber, and the
Yellowstone cleared for San Pedro with
Henry L. Beck, lighthouse Insnector
tor uie seventeenth district, left last
night for Puget sound, where he will
make some inspections and will return
to Portland tomorrow. -
Carrying 600 tons of general f relent
the steamer Thomas L. Wand, Captain
Peterson, arrived at the Couch street
dock at 9 last night from San Francis
co. She will load at Linnton for San
Diego. ...v.,;. .......
Arriving in from California veater.
day, the steamer Olympic came to Ka-
lama, where she will work lumber for
two days and then come up here to fin
ish for San. Pedro.
In command of Captain Bernard And-finst-n,
formerly master or the Grays
harbor, the steamer Temple E. DOrr ar
rived at Oak street this morning from
an Francisco laden with BOO tons of;
cement and 100 tons of asphalt. She
will leave tonight for Grays harbor to !
load lumber. ----(
After reaching Astoria with the Brit-!
ish bark Lord Templetown, laden with '
lumber from St. Helens for Melbourne, '
he steamer Monarch was ecliuled to i
leave up .today with tha schooner Kona. !
The Kona is In from. Suva with Fiji .
Having received quick dispatch, the I
French bark St. Louis went to stream!
from the Irving dock at 10 this morning
and will leave down tomorrow morning !
She Is laden with 101,000 bushels of
wheat, valued at 188,000 and ts being ;
cleared for Queenstown or Falmouth for
orders by M. H. Houser.
The latest additions to the lumber'
neei lor me Columbia river are the
schooner Aloha and the barkentine
Georgina. The Aloha, now on her way
from the river to Antofagasta, has been
taken by Comyn, Mackall & Co., at 47s,
6d to load here or at Grays harbor for
Sydney and thefleorglna has been fixed
to load lumber on the Columbia ior Val
paraiso for orders at 65 shillings. Ths
schooner Philippine has been taken by
Balfour, Guthrie & Co., to load here for
a direct port on the west coast of South
America at 62s, 6d.
M1RIXE If OTES . 1
Astoria, March 6. Arrived at 7:15
and left up at 9:30 a. m.. steamer Olson
& Mahony, 'froiit Saa Francisco. Ar-
jiou bi-o:iv ana leil up at a:30 a. m.,
Eicaniei ruicon, irom tsan jrrancisco.
bulled at 2:30 a. m., steamer Yosemlte. I
lor san Pedro. Arrived at 9 and left
up at 11:60 a. m., steamer J. A. Clmns
lor, from Monterey. Arrived at 9 and
left up at 10:40 a. m. steamer Alliance,
from Coos Bay and Eureka. Sailed at
11:15 a. m., steamer Asuncion, for San
Francisco; at 10:30 a. m., steamer Sho
shone, for San Pedro. ,
San Francisco, March 6. Arrived at
3 a. m., British steamer Purley, from
Portland; at 6 p. m., steamer Rose City,
from Portland; at 1 0 a. m;, steamer
Geo. W. Elder, from Portland.
St. Vincejjt, March 4-ArrIved, Brit
ish steamer Fltzpatrlek, from Portland.
Astoria, March 4. Sailed at 11:40 a.
in., steamer Geo. W. Fenwick, from San
Pedro. Arrived at 1:30 and left up at
3 p. m., steamer Temple E. Dorr, from
San Francisco. Arrived , at 4 , p. m.
schooner Fearless, from Guaymas.
San Francisco, March 4.-Arrived at
( p. m'., steamer Johan Poulsen, from
Columbia river. Sailed at 10 p. m
steamer Coaster, for , Portland. .
Santa Barbara, March 4. Sailed,
schooner Honolpu, for Columbia river,
"Coos Bay, March .4. Sailed, steamer
Alliance, for Portland. -
San Pedro, March 4. Sailed, steamer
aaVa for Man Vf HtiiilsUti."
Point Reyes, .March 4. Passed at' 3
p. m., steamer St. 1' from Port
land, for Pan Felro.
Astoria. March 6.Cond:t!on at the
mouth of the river at 8 a. rru, smooth
wind east 12 miles; weather cloudy.
Tides at Astoria Wednesday High
water, 2:43 a. m., .l feet; S:C5 p. m
8.1 feet; low water, 9:05 a. m., 0.6 feet;
yrrep. m., V.Z feet
Eat to Arrive.
Str. Beaver, t-'un Pedro March 18
Str. Breakwater, Coon Bay.... March 10
Str. Itoanoke, San I'edro March 17
Str. Alliance. Eureka i. March 6
Str. Bear San Pedro" March 8
Geo. S. Elder. Pan Wego ....March 10
Str. Rose Cits. San Pedro ....March 13
Due to Depart.
Str.. Breakwater, Coos Bay..,. March 5
Str. Elmore, -Tillamook .March 5
Tale. Am. ss., from San Fran. March
Str. Roee City. San Diego March 17
Harvard, Am. ss.. San Fran.,. March 6
Str. Roanoke, San Piego i March 6
Str. Beaver. San Pedro March 7
Str. Bear, San Pedro March 12
Str. Geo. W. Elder. San Diego. March 13
Grain -Tonnage m Bout.
Aenieres, Fr. bk.. 2715. . .San Francisco
Berengcre, Fh. ship, 1875. San Francisco
Bossuet, Fr. bk.. 1954 Junin
Duquesne, Fr. Bhlp, 1928 Mejillonea
Kugenie Schr.eider, Fr. bk.. J039. .Callao
Kirkcudbrightshire. Br. ahip, 1482. N'cste
Kilo, Ger. ship, 1571 r.;..i...... Callao
L'Hermite. Fr. bk.,-l4 ....... .Iquique
Ia Perouse. Fr. bk.. 191S ..shields
Mareehal Gontaut. Fr. bk.. 2025, Antofog.
nerre Antonina, Fr. bk.. 2030.. Newcastle
Pierre Loti, Fr. bk., 1928......Tocopllla
Purley, Br. str, 2785 Victoria
St. Louis, Fr. bk.. 1779.... Ban Francisco
Thlelbek, Ger. ship, 2654 .....St Rosalia
Miscellaneous Torelga to Arrive,
Amason, Am. bkt 1105. ..San Francisco
Alpena. Am. sch 733.;. San Pedro
Artemis. Nor. str.. 8063... San Francisco
California, RtrssrTrhip, 2461. TSan' Diego
Dunsyre, Br. ship, 205 S... San Francieeo
Fearless, Am. sch., 653. ...... .Guaymas
Inverklp, Br. str., 2806. i .Antwerp
I kails. Br. str.. 2821.. Nanalmo
Kona, Am. sch., 642.,..,.,, ..Suva
Luceric, Br. str., 4100 ..Hongkong
Reinbek, Ger. ship, 2630..... St. Rosalia
River Forth, Br. str., 2888..San Francisco
Luceric, Br. str.. 4011. ......... .Seattle
Unkai ilaru. Jap. str. 2866,. .Victoria
Vessels la Port. :
Boston, U. a S. ..........Jefferson St
Berlin. Am, bk. , .............Goble!
Clatsop. U. S. Dredge .......... Astoria
Kona, Am. sen on way up
Fearless, Am. sch.. ............ Rainier j
St Louis, Fr. bk. ............ ..Stream
J. B. Stetson, Am. ss. ........Supples
Lord Templeton. Br. bk Astoria
Pierre Antonlne, Fr. bk.,..Coal Bunkers
weaver, Am. ss. ............ Ainswortn
.-Anyone Interested in the curs of Con
sumption should get one of the booklets
telling of recoveries by the use of Eck
Coughs, Stubborn Colds and Pneu
monia, may be the beginning of mors
serious troubles Eckman's Alterative
is the effective remedy. Read Mr.
Kanalys statement; .
v . Saratoga, N. Y.
"Gentlemen: ' For five or six years I
ms troubled with cough and expectora
tion. I also had a high fever. My case
was' declared Consumption by my physi
cian. I was given Cod Liver Oil, Crea
sote and other medicines, all without
benefit. . -''
"At Christmas time, 1906, I was not
expected to live. Calling DrR. H. Mc
Carthy, he advised the use of Eckman's
Alterative, "which I took with excellent
results and was entirely cured.
"During the past year I have gained
15 lbs. I go out in all weathers ana
have-ha -nocough or-cold "whatever. '
I give these facts to encourage others
to use Eckman's Alterative."
(Signed Affidavit.) '.
JAS. W. KAN ALT. I
Eckman's - Alterative - is - effective- -in i
Rrnnrhltlfl Allhms Jfav tr.vii Thm.
and lyung .Troubles, and In upbuilding
me sysiem. 'uoes not contain poisons, :
opiates or habit-forming drugs. For
sale by The Owl Drug Co., and other
leading druggists. Ask ror booklet of
cured cases and write to Eckman Lab
oratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for addi
Portland, Or., Tan. ftS X hereby
certify that Dr. J. j. tong has
cured me of rheumatism by use
of his Chinese medicines, after
some of tha best physicians In
Ban rranolaoo and Portland failed
to help me. UBS. X. PEREZ.
Ws use only the purest herbs
and medicines In nse In China
for centuries. They .curs both
men and - women. Consultation
Chinese ieiiclnC; Co.
' 85314 Aider Street. '
Ik Oregoi Medical Institute
20Vt Morrison Street, Between '-'.--- -1-'
,V Fourth and; Fifth, Portland, Or.
BY THE LATEST AND BEST METHODS WE TREAT
SUCCESSFULLY NERVO - VITAL D EJJ I LI T Y, EN
LARGED VEINS, BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, KID
NEY AND BLADDER DISORDERS, ULCERS. SORES,
PAINFUL SWELLINGS, NERVOUSNESS, LOSS OF
STRENGTH AND VITALITY AND ALL CHRONIC
AILMENTS. ' ... - v..
MWe have llfhjted our specialty to only 4 few of the mors Important
a lments so that we could kNOW these . thoroughly. Ou? .warlmea
along this one path for years qualifies us to say positively that Such
brtreaUuffi B,d Polson Contracted' AUmeSts 'call
IN THE TREATMENT OF
Introducing it directly Into the blood current. Its results are truly won
derful. If you have this disease you cannot afford to be without this
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. Men make no mfstnk -whan thav r-rm ... .irr.
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fhaLmo"ySanAusr- you 'are ailing, consult us. Medicine fur" shed
u mi iiuviic laour&iory irom i.ou
If you artnot call, write for self -
to 8 p. m, daily, Sundays, 10 to 12
231 Is Mf)T? Tt I SON i SIV-BiCT. FOURTH A WfV-Ff FTH," yORTLCHNU, PR'"'
Dii'.T I '.u e
I-ewiston I 24 I 2.Bi oTI 0
Rlparia 80 8.8 0 0
rmatilla !5 2.0 0.1 0
FAigene ........... 10 6.S 0 .12
Harrisburg IS 2.8 0.1 .30
Albany 20 6.6 0.4 .10
Palem 20 4.9 0.4 0
Wllsonvllle 37 g . 3 1 j ; 9 0
Portland 16 B.lJ 0.1 0
( ) falling.
""S. STAniance at sea, 8 p. m.. March 4.
(Via, Torth Head.) Ten miles north
of Heceta Head; wind southeast with
rain; sea smooth; barometer, 29.87;
stSady. Lofsted, Comdr.
S. S. Chanslor at sea. midnight. March
4-6. (Via North Bead.) In lstitudo 44
degrees 43 minutes north, longitude 123
degrees 29 minutes west: light east
wind; sea smooth; sky overcast; barom-
eter29.7J; temperature, 10. Comdr.
Demetxal Starts Training. '
San - Francisco. - March 6. VUHam
DemetraL Greek ljght heavyweight
wrestler, started training today for his
match- hers - March IT - with Zbysxcko,
the Pole. ,
Where Thousands Hays Been Cured
Is Surely the Place for You to Go.
.'Mag People :: Consult
Whose Chinese HERBS and REMEDIES
nave cured thousands of sufferers after
they had given uo all hope.
No Operation No Poison
The Chinese have always been opposed
to surgery or the use of poisons. They
believe In the proper explication of na
ture's own remedies. Their Internal and
external medicinal treatments of spe
cial compounds of Herbs, Roots, Bulbs,
Barks and pure Vegetable properties,
have stood the test of centuries, prov
ing uniformly, successful In all cases.
The C. Geo Wo Chinese Herbs and Med
icines are always the. purest, freshest
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Do' not be satis
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Wo, and Investi
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Chinese Herbs and
may be sent away
with advice that
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?ou r e q u i re his
reatment h will
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, In the shortest time
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162 U FIRST ST., PORTLAND, OR.
Entire Second Floor.'
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Office Hours: 9 a m. to 9 p. m. Datly.
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.'LJ-DRS. S. K. CHAN,
Dr. S. K. Chan . Mrs. Dr. Chan
With their harmless
Chinese medicines of herbs and roots,
have wonderfully cured manv sufferers
of both external and internal sicknesses
when all other remedies have failed.
No operations. Examination for ladies
by Mrs. Dr. Chan. Call or write to S. K.
Chan Chinese Medicine Co., 133 First
St.. N. W. Cor. Alder, Portland. Or.
During Its many years of uninter
rupted activity this extensive establish
ment has become exceedingly popular
among- the sick and afflicted of the
Northwest. It is business principles and
rules Fair Dealing, Faithful and Con
scientious Service, Reasonable Charges,
Successful and Efficient Treatment
have secured for it a large patronage,
which cannot be influenced by an
nouncements containing extravagant
promises. Aside from securing the good
will of the publlo in general, this insti
tute has established Itself firmly in the
esteem of the business community. Ths
Oregon Medical Institute Invites Inves
tigation for the purpose of proving that
it Is a well equipped Medical Institute
for. the treatment of chronic, Nervous,
Blood and Skin Disorders. Its methods
of treatment are tried, according to lat
est discoveries and according to recent
to l.50 a course.
Hours, 9 a, m.
(Rtcll t Tha Journal
Falls City. Or.. March 6. Mrs. Sarah
E. Comerford of Seattle. 'Wa.ih., sd
dressed the citizens of Tails City in
the Methodist church !ast evening on
the subject of equal suffrage under the
auspices of the Men's Equal Suffrage
club of Oregon. While here Mrs. Com
erford organized an equal suffrage club
with the following officers: President,
Mrs. A. E. Seymour; vice president, Mrs.
Merton G. Ellis; secretary, Mrs. L, G.
Singleton; treasurer. Rev. F. M.
Waehlte. A vote was taken by those
present and the result was unanimous
In favor of woman suffrage,
"MARRIED TEACHERS" "
FAVORED BY MATRONS
' . frjnited Preaa Leaaed wtri.j
Los Angeles, March 6. Baaing their
arguments, on the theory that mothers
should know more about children than
THOS. A. EDISON, THE
WIZARD, SAYS: -
. "THE NEW GERMAN REMEDY
for the cure of BLOOD POISON is '
the greatest achievement and dis
covery of 1J11 and that most of us
have Blood 'Poison and don't know
DR. C K. HOLSM'AN,
THE EXPERT SPECIAL
IST, SAYS: .
?Ytll nOQ POISON, and dur
ing, that time I have administered
b vieuorauon m several hundred
cases, often giving as many as fivefV
doses In a single day. I know my? 1
experience with it is far greater than I- -!
a severe test, having met In my ex'
perlence some extremely bad cases.
and I can say without fea nt
tradlctton that it la tha irrentAst
XZfof'th ge and th nearest
absolute and permanent cure for
P'on. regardless of the
stage of the disease or the symptoms
present Every symptom of the dis
ease, from the small eruption to the
HhUfvLi ia runnln re. are
checked in their progress at once
and completely healed within , ten
tv?-erlis J10, lonf onbt sbout
the wonderful curative power of this
remedy, and when given by an ex
pert there is absolutely no danger of
any Kind from Its use. I introduce
LJKLl10 THE BLOOD by
the INTRAVENOUS METHOD, the
only proper method of administering
i nJ the one recommended by Prof.
Ehrlich himself as the following exl
tract from, his letter shows: j
"Judglnrf from all the reports re
ceived by me. It appears that the In
travenous Injection is to be preferred
to all other modes of administration,
as far as permanency of effect Is
concerned. Although I have to ad--!Ly5l.?,V-hl-
metll of adminlstra
mon will prove an obstacle to ths
TxriMSi?Pra5nii,,.,"r?r.Gn? nr'n Oregon and f five you the GENU
INE GERMAN REMEDY in the RIGHT WAT. You come to my office,
I?iceul.rle trVnent, goabout.your.work as . usualand-inaodliys'4lms
ail-symptoms disappear. Why should you continue taking mercury and
!Lr inJurlous . iru jsj In your stomach for years, when you can come to
me and bs cured? .
mPTvcl80iotrih "'r'tabl9 success all ailments, such ss ENLARGED
IEWAAoWMXr BDER Xm KiDNEY TROUBLE and
I GIVE INDIVIDUAL TREATMENT
I wish 'to make one point distinct and emphatic. The remedies employed
in treating my patients are prescrtbed and compounded to meet the exact
requirements of each individual case. Every patient, of mine can rest as
sured that the treatment he receives is not of the- "ready-made", kind. I
make a special study of every case I treat, note all conditions In the begin
ning, note all developments as the oure" progresses, snd so alter my reme
dies as to accomplish lust what my knowledge and trained perception tell
me must be accomplished. After diagnosing your case .1 will know Just
what you need. -... , r - . .
CONSULTATION FREE TO ALL PATIENTS ;
If you are suffering from any of the above diseases, call for Free Con
sultation. If you cannot call, write me Immediately, riving ma a description
of your case in your own words. By return mall I will send you, absolutely
free, a diagnosis of your case and my best professional advice as to how to
proceed in order to correct your trouble. .
My office Is open all day from a. in, to I p. m, and Sundays from 10
to 12 only. . - .
WISE D)f ffi)iiil flT
rai iT ' lr MlMJi p II
: V. Iodeni:letiipds
I ... -- --- -
T T Vf PVi T, M n 8PKCIAL AILMENTS, though a great
J. I. JVeeie, rn. U., M. U.ma.ny ciaim this distinction. After re-
x-x 1 r , r- 1 . . nvAai ni ....... n , . . .
Vjudiinea opcuaii&i. ucatlon, 1 devoted my life to
ths Investigation and curs of SPECIAL AILMENTS. J have spared no
expense in the sclentlflo equipment of my office, and I am now placing
within ths reach of every ailing man all of tha world's latest and most
wonderful cures. .. : ' ,
ANIMAL SERUM FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY.
It Is the Great Discovery for NERVE WEAKNESS; It is extracted
from animals and is "NATURE'S OWN FOOD FOR THE NERVES." No
matter how chronio your caso nor what other treatments you havs
tried, I will " soon bring the results you so earnestly deaire. Are you
the man you ought to be snd would like to be?: A you despondent,
nervous, unsteady,' lack confident" and concentration? By ail means act
at once and regain your energy. Don't procrastinate until it Is too late.
Come now and have this celebrated treatment.
NEW GERMAN DISCOVERY FOB
; : WJOmt 01SOH, FEE . LOW
Professor Ehrllch's Great Discovery is now considered a well estab
lished remedy.' It Is declared by Edison to be the world's greatest
achievement of the year 1911. It Us used in all stages of Blood Poison,,
and Its action Is truly marlous. My method of administration is ab
solutely safe and my fee is low for THE ONE TREATMENT. I ad
minister, the remedy to both men and women. v '
NE(SSER BACTERIN FOR SPECIAL AILMENTS
"Professor Nolsser's Bacterin Vaccine accomplishes for these ailments
what the Great German Remedy does for Blood Poison, no matter how
chronic or complicated ths ailment trfay be. If you have a chronic, long
standing case, come to me. at once and I will positively cure you.
"' I FULFILL MY PROMISES. I ACCEPT NO. INCURABLE CASES., I
NEVER HOLD OUT FALSE HOPES.
Come to me If you have any of the following dlsorders ENLARGED
VEINS, PIMPLES, NERVOUS DEBILITY, NERVE, BLOOD AND SKIN
DISORDERS. BLADDER TROUBLE, BLOOD POISON, ERUPTIONS.
ULCERS, SPECIAL AILMENTS, PILES OR FISTULA. .
Hours to'6; 7 to 8 daily; Sunday 10 to 1." '
Consultation Examination Advlo
in Uo ami
(:. are t.-'is' lU-w: a c
against the Uw that prcl.!bts ni'tud
women frcn teaching In svhonls. They
declare that the law which forbids wo
men to reaSSza her economic value be
cause -she has become a better citizen
by marrying and establishing a home.
Is based on false logic The workers
are demanding support among business
$4 Piano Rent.
All money ps'd rnt can apply on
purchase price if desired. AsJt about
our drayage plan. Bush-Lane Piano Co.,
S5S Washington street.
FOR WOMEN 0HLY
Dr. Sanderson's Compound
Savin and Cotton Root Pills.
The best and only reliable
remedy for DELATED PERI
ODS. Cure the most obstinate
cases in S to 10 days. Price 12
per box or three boxes $5.00. Sold by
druggists 'everywhere. - Address T. . J.
PIERCE,- Room 1, 2t5tt .Morrison st
Portland. Or. . r
C, K. HOLSMAN. M. D,
licensed In Oregon. Washington
and California. ..
I ' possess skill and experience,
acquired in such a way that no
ether can share. My years of ex
perience, the right kind of experi
ence, together with the cures I
have effected, have earned for mo
the title Ths Leading Specialist.
introduction of the remedy In gen
eral practice, on account of certain
technical difficulties. I believe that
the Interests of the patient demand
that only the most efficient form of
treatment should be decided on.
I should feel much obliged to you If
you will as heretofore assist ma
In this direction and in ths future
employ as much as possible the In
travenous method for , the adminls
tra tloa of-the remedy. r-n
(Signed) v ; , "P. EHRLICH."
22154 Morrison Street
Corner First St.,
- PORTLAND. OREGON.
I publish my own photograph," posi
tively conduct and manage my own of
fice and have no connection with any
other practice. 4 I ara legally qualified
to practice my profession in the states
of Oregon, Washington, California and
Nevada, Practice limited to the sclen- ;
tiflo treatment of special ailments.
Every man calling at my office' is
assured of my personal -and individual
treatment until a cure is effected. Be
kure to consult me before treating elsewhere.
Rare. Indeed. Is the specialist-wh
made a complete atudv nf ail
I3'DB03.-1 1 TO'f S.
At r .i.-,h-I.ane I'
Xcne to fie .
Get ' the benefit of
. my treatment.
MY FEE FOR TREATMENT Is
lower than any specialist in the city,
half what -others charge you and no
charge for medicine. ; .
SPECIAL AILMENTS Newly con
tracted and chronic cases treated
successfully. All burning. Itching
and Inflammation . stopped.; In 81
' I occupy the entire second floor
on corner of First and Washington
streets, consisting of 12 rooms.
FREE ROOMS FOR MY PATIENTS
Office Hours S a, m. to 8 p. m.
Sundays. 16 a. m. to 1 p. m. only.
Pacific Coast Helical Co.
224 H WASHINGTON STREET
Cor. First, Portland, Oregon
WE ARE DAILY
MENTS OF MEN
AND WOMEN, -
If you are suffer
ing with a chronio
trouble and have
been unable to find
relief, call at our of
fice and let us
ilagnose your case
and explain our
methods of Treat
OUR KEY - T O
consist first In a
examination from head to foot, includ
ing miscroscoptoal and laboratory ex
aminations of blood and other bodily
To treat successfully a doctor musi
first know what ha Is colng to treat
and this can only be determined, by a
thorough examination; hneo,
NO GUESS WORK IN OUR OFFICE.
Your confidence in us and our ability
to euro you will-grow as we become
better acquainted. Ws produce results
whers others fall because we are abreast
of ths times, our methods of treat
ment modern and all old routine and
unsuccessful methods navs ho room In
our establishment . . .
, RHEUM Aliom,
rtnr Ytrnnl absorbent method nf
trABtmont means permanent relief from
this stubborn and painful ailment.
We will refund the cost of treatment
to anyone suffering with this distress
ing condition if we cannot grant a per
manent relief. . a."
NO ' OPERATIONS-NECESSARY
for the successful treatment of plies.
tumors, cancer, rupture ana omer sim
Nervoua diseases, .kidney-and-bladder-
diseases, ear, nose and throat, catarrh
ind lung diseases, secerns and all skin
diseases - successfully ireaiea oy our
modern methods of treatment.
We offer you a choloe of three rem
edies for this condition. Including Dr.
Ehrllch's new Gemrhn discovery r"0.'
IF YOU AKK Ul8i;UUKAltUl tU-"
SULT US FREE TODAY.
'Tf tou cannot call at office, writs for
free symptom and diagnosis blank.
. Hours v a. m. 1111 p. m. eunasys,
U a. m. till 2 p. m.
First and Alder Sts. Phons Main 4485.
Entrance ZU Alder St..
DR. A G. SMITH
Ths Leading Specialist
I am a registered and licensed
Dhvslclan. conftnlnar my special
practice to special ailments. I
nave mors money invested m my
establishment then all other Port
land specialists combined,
I use my photograph so that when
yon come to see ma personslly you
will recognize me. Investigate my
personal standing before accepting
treatment from a doctor of unkonwn
jt . , . .
uriiiny or reputation.
being treated In a satlsfaetor man
ner br your present doctort Is he
carrying out his promises? Has he
ewred you In a reasonable time, and
lived np to his guarantee? Ars you
paying him sxorbltant prices for
medicine? Does he employ thorough
ly up-to-date snd. sclentlflo methods.
If you cfcnnot answer these questions
favorably to yourself, come and have
a confidential talk with us sbout
your case. It will cost you nothing.
ENLARGED VEINS. BLOOD POI
SON,. PlLES. FISTULA, ETC ,
Relieve! fa. a Few Bays
No detention From Occupation,
Family or Home,
NO SEVERE OPERATIONS.
MANY GASES PERMANENTLY
CURED IN one trratment.
MOST TIME-SAVING. MOST NAT
URAL, M08T SAFE. I OTVE
MY WORD AND WILL CITE YOU
TO OTHER MEDICAL AUTHORI
TIES THAT THIS TS A FACT. I
AM CERTAINLY PREPARED TO
TREAT BY EXPERIENCE AND
FOUrPMFNT, WHICH ARE THE
KEYSTONES TO STTCCE88. I HAVE
THE HEST EOUIPPF.n MEDICAL
OFFICF ON THE COAST.
, . FREE CONSULTATION -
I Invite you to come to my office
t Will explain to you mv treatment
for Enlarged Vein. Hernia, Nervous
Debility. Blood Disorders, Piles, Fis
tula, Bladder and Kidnev ail
ments, ... and give you ---FREE
s physical examination f if nee
essary a microscopical and chemical
analysis .of secretions to determine
pathological and bacteriological con
ditions Eviry person should take
advantage of this opportunity to
learn their true condition. A, per
manent rureTIs what you want.
My offices ars open-all day from
t a. m. to 8 p. m. and Sundays from
10 to 1.
234 ft Morrison St., Corner 14