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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND,
llKCAl'SK WE ARE
READ W H A f
rill S PATIENT
HAS TO SAY, HE
IS ONLY ONE OF
THE -MANY WIIO
WRITE US ALONG
rtr- March 18. 1911.
"Modern Specialists, Tortland, Or.
Gentlemen -I wish to thank you for
the benefit that you have .done mo In
restoring my health. It la hard for on
ho has been In poor health for three or
lour years to truly show his PPJec "
tlon to a doctor that has done for him
what you have done for me. , ,
During the last three years I
doctorel with doctors that were highly
rwommended to me. in. Denver and Pu
hlo. Colo, and also Here in Portland,
but for some reason they did not seem
10 benefit me any. although I " thin"
they were sincere and tried to do their
Allow me to say-that if In return for
vour kindness, I can recommend or bring
any new patients to your office. I will
do It gladly, feeling that I am obligated
to vqu in Immeasurable terms. -
With best wishes for your continued
success, I remain. -SON.
If you are sick and ailing consult with
us free today.
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i aces of men and. women,
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The reliable Chinese Doctors, S. K. Chan
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THOS. A. EDJSON, THE GREAT
ELECTRICAL WIZARD, SYS:
"THE NEW GERMAN REMEDY for the
cure of BLOOD POISON is the g r e a tV t
achievement and discovery of 1911 and that
most of us, have Blood Poison and don't know
DR. C. K. HOLSMAN, THE EX
PERT SPECIALIST, SAYS:
It Is now one year since the introduction
of the NEW GERMAN REMEDY for BLOOD
POISON, and during that time I have admin
istered this preparation in several hundred,
cases, often giving as manv as five doses in'
a single day. I know my experience with It'
Is far greater, than any other; physician or
specialist in Portland. I have given this rent
led y a severe test, having met -in my expe
rience some extremely bad cases, and I can -say
without-fear of contradiction that it Is .
the greatest discovery of the, age and the
nearest absolute and permanent cure " for
Blood Poison, regardless of the stage of the
disease or the symptoms present Every
symptom of the disease, from the small erup
tion to the worst kind of running sore, are
cneoKea in ineir progress at once
end . completely healed within ten
days. w .
There is no longer any doubt about
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
It DIRECTLY INTO THE BLOOD by
the INTRAVENOUS METHOD, the
only proper method of administering
it. ana the one recommended by Prof.
T;n.t.lth klme.lf . I.. n 1 .
Elirllch himself, as tho following extract from his letter shows:
1 'Judging from all the reports received by me, it appears that the in
travenous injection Is to be pr-ferred to all other modes of administration,
rs far as permanency of effect is concerned. Although I have to ad
mit that this method of administration will prove an obstacle to the
Introduction of the remedy in general practice, on account of certain tech
nical 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 me in
this direction and in the future employ as much as possible the intra
venous method for the administration of the remedy.
, . , . (Signed). -p. EHRLICH."
My enulpment is as fine as any in Oregon and I give you the GENU
NE GERMAN REMEDY in the RIGHT WAY. You come to my office.
ecelve the treatment, go about your work as usual and in 10 days' time
all symptoms disappear. Why should you continue taking mercury and
other injurious drujs in your stomach for years, when you can come to
me and be cured? r
rr-JxTaJ',0trr-1tr!,h ,;m,r.k?n,? "'ccess all ailments, such as ENLARGED
aAMiffl BLADDER AND KIDNEY TROUBLE Tnd
I GIVE INDIVIDUAL TREATMENT
I wish 'to make one point distinct and emphatic. The remedies employed
In treating my patients are prescribed and compounded to meet the exact
requirements of each Individual case. Every patient of .mine can rest as
sured that the tseatment he receives is not of the "ready-made" kind. I
make a special study of every chb9 I treat note all conditions tn the begin
ning, note all developments as the cure progresses, and ho alter, my reme
dies as to accomplish iust what my knowledge and trained perception tell
ne must be accomplished. After diagnosing your-case I will know -lust
what you need.
CONSULTATION FREE TO ALL PATIENTS :
If you are suffering from any of the above .diseases, call for Free Con.
puliation, If you cannot call, write me immediately, giving me a description
of your case in your own words. By return mail 1 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.
Mv. office is ooen all da.v from 8 m. It tv m t,a
i I'm ejUA.
i,I SO!0 CARGO
OF lT, FLOUR
Norwegian Steamer Hans B.
May Take Shipment; No
More Fixtures for Old Crop
Steam tonnage to transport sr cargo
of wheat and flour fronj Portland to
Vladivostok is being looked for by lo
cal shippers, according to a report on
the waterfront this morning. It Is un
derstood that a full cargo is now await
ing shipment and it will be the first one
sent to Siberia this year.
A local exporter had an Inquiry from
London for a shipment of wheat to go
to the Siberian port via the British
port recently, but in a more recent ca
ble he was told that they had com
petition In the field here and that lo
cal concerns were looking for a steamer.
The Norwegian steamer Hans B waa
offering yesterday and It was thought
probable that she might be fixed for
the purpose of carrying the Vladivo
stok cargo. The steamer waa last re
ported at Punta Arenas on March 6 on
her" way from Blyth to Coronet .
That there will be no more fixtures
for old crop "wheat is the opinion of one
shipper, who says, that all the remain-
GUNN'S B. & N. TONIC
A perfect vltallier that restores lost vigor
to all organ of the body. Replaces lose
from sicknens, unseemly habits or exceiiie.
7Be s box. Stores or mall. Write for proof,
I)r. Bosanke Co., Philadelphia, V.
DR. J. J. KEEFi
Qualified Specially ,
I publish my own pnotograph, per
sonally conduct and manage, my. own
office and have no connexion with
any other practice. ' I am legally
qualified to practice my profession
in the States of Oregon, Washington,
California and Nevada. Practice lim
ited to the cientifli treatment of
special ailments. ...
Ever? man rail I tic et mv office Is
assured of ' my personal and individ
ual treatment until a cure is ef
fected. Be sure to consult me be
fore treating elsewhere.
NEW GERMAN REMEDY FOR
My Method of Administration Is Ab
solutely Bare. I aornin-iKter tne rem
edy to' both men . and women. Neis
ser i;acterin for special ailments.
Animal serum for nervnus dehility.
T FTTLFTLL MY PROMISES
I ACCEPT NO INCURABLE CARES
T Never HOLD OUT FALSE HOPES
Come to me if you have any of the
following disorders: umargea' veins,
Pimnles. Nervous Debility. Nerve.
Blood and Skin. Disorders, Bladder
Troubles, Blood Poisons, Eruptions
Ulcers, Special Ailments, Piles or
9 to 6--7 to 8 Dally: Sunday 10 to 1
Examination Advice irree
J. J.' KEEFE, Ph..G; M; D.
Rooms 11-15 Lafayette Bldg.
913 WASHINGTON ST., Cor. th
. I'UKTliAMJ, UK.
C K. HOLSMAN. M. D.
Licensed in Oregon. Washington
and California. I possess- skill
and experience acquired In such
a way that no other can share.
My years of experience, the right5
kind of experience, together with
the cures I have effected, have '
, earned for rne : the title -The :
22154- Morrison Street
Corner- First St.,
ins wheat here will be for local con
sumption, a large part of it to go to
In addition to flour which will go
forth on the regular oriental liners for
Tann'm e, ,1 it I J linAI-crAml that
charter for cargoes of that product to
oriental ports. .
BLOWING OP WHISTLES
All Unnecessary Sounding of Whls
" ties Forbidden by Law.
In connection with a recent sugges
tion that steamers blow their whistles
when at their docks. United States In
spectors Edwards and Fuller gave out a
statement this morning to the effect
that unnecessary blowing1 of . steam
whistles was at variance with the law,
and that offense Is punishable by a sus
pension of. the master permitting It.
Several years ago the practice' was
stopped here, after a great deal of con
troversy, as it proved annoying to peo
ple living In thje vicinity of the docks
where the steamers lay. ".
"Of late a disposition has been shown
by some of the steamer captains to blow
their whistles while at the docks," said
the. local board of inspectors of steam,
vessels ' this morning. This la con
trary to law." , -
The law Is covered by rule 10, section
13, In the general rules and regulations
as prescribed by the board of supervis
ing inspectors, under authority of sec
tion 1405, revised statutes, and is as,foI
lows; . , , - . .
'Unnecessary sounding of the steam
whistle Is prohibited within any harbor,
limits of the United States. .Whenever
any licensed officer In charge) of any
steamer authorizes or permits such un
necessary whistling, upon conviction
thereof before any board of Inspectors
having Jurisdiction, such officer shall
be suspended from acting under his li
cense as the Inspectors trying the case
may deera proper." 1
,C05ITLETES LUMBER CARGO
Schooner Kona to Leave Down the
At the McCormick mills at St Helens
the schooner Kona, Captain Hansen,
completed her lumber cargo at E o'clock
last night ' and will be ready to leave
down for Astoria on. the first leg of her
voyage to' Noumea,' New Caledonia, to
morrow. She has approximately 870,000
feet of Douglas fir for the French col
ony, and in addition to that she has 1200
eases of kerosene oil in her hold, which
were brought tip to her from Cali
fornia on the. steamer Bt. Helens, From
Noumea the Kona will' go to Newcastle
and load a cargo of coal for Ahukinl,
Hawaiian islands, and then it is possi
ble that she may go to Suva for anothor
cargo of Fijian hardwood.
M IRENE 50TKS
Astoria, March ?9. Left up at 7 am;
(steamer l atnnia, sailed at 8 p. m.,
steamer Falcon for San Francisco.
San Francisco, March 29. Sailed at
midnight steamer Shoshone : for Port
land; sailed at 4 a. m. steamer North
land for Portland; arrived at 4 a. m,
steamer Temple E. Dorr from Portland.
San Pedro, March 28. Arrived steam
er Beaver from Portland.
. Astoria, March S8.Arrlved at 1 p
m. steamer Catania from San Luis',
San Francisco, March 28. Sailed at 8
p. m. steamer' Casco for Portland; ar
rived at '4 p. m. steamer Roanoke from
' Snn Diego; sailed at S p. m. steamer
: Daisy Mitchell for Columbia river;
, sailed et p. m. steamer Carlos for
Astoria, March 29. Condition at the
mouth of the river at 8 a. m. rough;
Tides at Astoria Saturday: Heleht
water, 11a, m., 8.3 feet; 11:47, 8.3 feet.
Low water, 6:1 4 a. m., 2.4 feet; 6:36 p.
m., 0.2 of a foot. ' .
Dne to Arrive.
i Steamer Bear, San Francisco , . .April 1
'Geo. W. Elder, San Dlepo April 7
i Str. Breakwater, Coos Bay. t. .March 31
'Str, Alliance, Eureka ..April 8
j Ktr. Kansas Cltv, Snn Pedro. ., .April 17
tir. noanoice, esan feciro. .....March si
Str. Beaver, San Pedro,., April 3
But to Depart,
Str. Breakwater, Coos Bay. ... .April 2
Yale, Am. ss.. from. Kan Fran..Aoril 3
a Harvard. Am. ss.., San Fran. . ...March 29
1 Str, - Elmore, Tillamook, .April 1
' Str Kansas City, S.m Tedro. , .April 2
I Stf." Roanoke. San Diefjo .......April 3
'Str. Tillamook, Florence Aoill 4
j-Str. .Alliance Eureka April 6
nir. .tteaver, can reiiro,,,,,, April i
eir. uon vJity, oan iuero. ., i , .April 17
Orain Tonnage En Konte.
jAsnieres, Fr. bk., 271C...Pan Francisco
, Berungtre, Fh. ship, 1875. San Franclxco
iB'iKsuet Fr. bk.. 1954.... ..Junin
IDuijuesne. Fr. ship. 192S. . , . . .Mejillones
i Eugenie Echr.etder, Fr. bK 2039..Callao
L'Heuti1te, Ft', bk., 194G Iiiulque
La Porouse, Fr. bk.. 19U Shields
Maretiial Gontaut. Fr. bk.. 202ji. Antofojj.
I Pierre Loti, Fr. Lk 1926 ".Tocopllla
Miscellaneous Toreign to Arrive.
Alpena. Am. sch., 73;. , . . . i . .San Pedro
Artemis, Nor. str., 8it6S,..San Francisco
Dunsyre. Br. ship, 205fi.. .San Fronelsco
Unknl .Maru, No. 2, Jap ss. .... .Japan
Yoroppa Maru No. 2, Jap. ss .
i Inverklp, Br, str.. 2808. , ..... .Antwerp
llkalis, Br. str.,' 2S21 Nanalmo
llliver Forth, Br. str., 283..San Francisco
1 Boston, U. S
; Berlin. Am. b.:. ......
! Beaver, Am. ss
i Clatsop. U. S. Dredge ....
. . . Amo-ia
: Kirkcudbrightshire, Br. ss. , . . . .Stream
Kona, Am. sh '. i...,St, Helens
;Lucerlo. Br, ss...... .......... Alblna
I L, O. Burgess, Am. bk.. ..Llnnton
i Elverslde, Am. bs. ............ 'Astoria
Ketnbek. tier. en. ..Llnnton
While working on the east aide of
the, rher off the Standard box plant,
.tflV Port of Portland, dredge Columbia
got one of the numerous cables cross
ing there caught in her cutter, with the
result that she was put out of Commls-
I sion for several hours.
I At the. custom .house the steamer J.
IB. Stetson, Captain Johnson, cleared for
San Francisco with 600,000 feet of lum-
ber: the steamer San Jacinto. Cantaln
Carleeon, cleared for Oakland with 500.-
000 feet and--the steamer Coaster. Can -
'tain Illgglns, cleared for San Pedro
Iwlth 650.000 fest.
; At Tongue Point tho Cfillfnrnla At -
'lantie fteamer Riverside will finish hrr
- i rnn nnft V-- ?; i . .
cargo Of I.COO.OOO feet Of lumVvr to-
, morrow and sail for Balboa direct. The
i lumoer is ior me use or tne government ; viseu u go ui nnotner part or trie conn
'at Panama, . , try. It was at this time,-March, 1902,
Havinir comnleted her Tovtn to Mot.
i f ii hfimPih:
' sail from Ban Francisco for this port!
Tuesday laden with SOOO tons of ce
j ment She is In the Olson & Mahoney
tin. The steamer Carlos, of that Iln,
sailed for this port yesterday -and the
Qulnault tialls today, with cement and
general and the Carlos brings -passengers,
The steamer A Kansas ' City, Captain
Mason, which arrived from Los Anfroles
and San Francisco at 9:30 last night,
had 269 nasaonsrers and 1200 tons of
wlnds on the trip as far up as Cape
, Carrying a foreman and four work
men In addition; to materials for tnak-
P. 0. ESSIES
Report That Company. Gave
Away Lots Through Coupon
i Federal postoffice inspectors? today
began an Investigation of the Exposi
tion Developing company; of San Fran
cisco, whose alleged representatives
here recently "gave away" lots in "Sum
merland Park No, 2," a tract of approx
imately 40 asres which they said existed
in Sonoma county, California, near Caxa
dero, a imall nitlk station 69 miles north
of 8ar. Francisco. The two men who
"worked" Portland were known here as
A. M. Lucas and a W. Ellsworth. They
operated through two five-cent picture
theatres on First street, which were
patronlxed for the most part by labor
ing people and persons of limited means.
Each theatre patron waa given a coupon
which entitled him to a chance on a
"choice lot free."
Kan? Pay Deposit. '
Apparently every one won at the
"drawing." as It has been learned that
100 persona paid $8.80 each for a "deed
and certificate of abstract,'" the sum
the strangers charged for them. In ad
dition it is , known that a large num
ber pa '.d deposits ranging from 60 cents
to 82 on the so-called lots. For me
most part the "investors" were poor
people who could HI afford to stand
a loss. : '
Lucas signature on the deeds wits
attested by Charles Swindells, an at
torney with offices in the Wilcox build
ing. "The men came to me with a big batch
of deeds and asked me as a notary to
attest Lucas' signature," said Swindells
today. "I did so, signing 100 paper
They said they would probably have
about 200 more, but thoy never showed
up again. Previously they had visited
me and asked for information concern
ing what constituted a lottery. In the
course of conversation they.- told me
that they had made over a large num
ber of deeds In California before com
ing to Oregon."
Tn light of Swindells' statement the
company apparently has given away
practically all the lots In the "park"
for "advertising purposes," as infor
mation received from Tacoma, . where
the company's offices were hastily re
moved -when the local police started an
investigation here recently, t&ys that
the company's literature shows approxi
mately 700 lots on the plat The same
scheme is being worked ' in Tacoma
IhrsuKh the Circuit Moving Picture
theatre, it is reported.
' Whether "Summerland ; Park No. , 2"
really exists could not be ascertained
here today. United States District At
torney McCourt was Inclined to be skep
tical. He said:
"The company might own a tract of
very cheap land, but I doubt It The
scheme' bears the ear marks of a bare
faced fake and it certainly should be
COTTAGE GROVE PUNS
R"ic1h1 to The Jonrn1.l
Cottage Grove, Or,, March 29. The se
curing of acreage close to the Southern
Pacific depot, where It will he con
spicuous to all passengers, for the pro
motion, of. the agricultural Industrial
work which has been taken up by the
city schools, was decided upon at the
meeting of the Patron-Teachers' asso.
elation. The acreage will be divided in
to small experimental plots and the pu
pils will be taught agriculture there
under supervision of local agricultur
ists. , A committee will be appointed by
the association to promote the success
of the adventure. -
ing cot.crete the tender Heather sailed
this forenoon from Astoria for Dc
ttructton Itsland, where the government
will construct a new fog signal sta
tion by day labor.
Bringing passengers and general
freight the steamer Klamath, Captain
Jahnsen, wil: b due to arrive at Couch
ptriet dock tomorrow morning from San
District Forecaster E. - A, Beats an
nounced this morning that on Monday
eight special meteorological stations will.
start making dally reports to the Port-
land office.. They are Wcnn tehee, Col-
' fax and Lauricr,, in Washington; Pen.
f dleton, The . Dalles and Klamath Falls
in Oregon, and Twin Falls and Anthony,
Dally River Rendinps.
Harrlsburg ..... .t. .
(i Rising.. ( ) Falling.
Honest Advice to
Somehow there exists' A vast amount
of skepticism as to the possibility of
curing vuiuiurripiion. " we state none but
facts, and are sincere in what we assert
If ournetves afflicted with tnberru-
losla, we should do precisely what we
ask others to do take Kckman'e Al
terative promptly and faithfully.. The
reason -we should do this and warrant
we.-have for asking nil consumptive
to take it, is that we have the reports
oi manv cures, one or winch lojiows:
1619 Susquehanna avt., I'hilu., Pn,
uenuemen: for two years I was
. 1w'l"."e' nrasef ui me Jungs.
I .. X .. I 1- ,1 ........ 1 T . A ...
!&uUTyThy"lchin advised a"
other climate, or to remnin wo-iM nmh.
l ably be fatal; however, I remained, and
1 in February of 1902 l-.was taken with
!? Bev'ere a,"R P""0- When
1 recovered sufficiently to walk about
the house I was left With a frightful
hac fine foueh. whirh no nmrtlrtn. r hart
j taken could alleviate, I was asaln ad-
i,lat learnea oi WKraan s Alterative
n a coBb was gone and
1 was pronounced 'well' or 'cured '
Since that time 1 havo had two slight
auacKs or pneumonia anu i nave re
Borted to no other medicine to effect
"I am nt present in excellent health
and feel that as ionar an I can obtain
Eckman's Alterative I have no fear of
consumption, i cannot speak too high
ly for the good it has done."
(Slened) HOWARD L. KOLTZ.
Eckman'g Alterative la - effective in
bronchitis, asthma, hay fever, throat
and lung troubles, and in upbuilding the
syfteni IPj'ot cQniaitu.paiaona.
opiuta or liable- .Xornilng; drvigs. For
BHle by Whe Owl Drug Co. npd other
loading druggists.. Ask ,for booklot of
cured .case and write .'to Kckmnn Lain
oratory, Philadelphia, Pa for additional
ev ia once
111 IS 10 UAME
Democratic Candidate Can Re
. tain Party Vote and Draw
From Republicans and Inde
pendents, Says Culberson.
Washington. March 8 9. In reply to
many inquiries front the Democrats of
Texas, Senator Culberson has issued a
formal statement setting forth : his
views with regard to! the presidential
situation and giving reasons why he
believes Governor Woodrow Wilson of
New Jersey Is the most available man
for the Democratic party to pominate.
The statement of Senator Culberson
follows i '.. '.
"Now that It Is practically settled
there will be no primary for president,
I have no hesitation In saying In reply
to recent inquiries frbm Texas Demo
crats that I believe we should nominate
Governor Wilson of New Jersey for
president 'While all may not agree with
him as to some details. Governor Wil
son is by' birth, education and convic
tion a Democrat and a Democrat of the
very best type. In the present emer
gency he would apply the fundamental
principles of democracy to existing de
plorable condition In such manner as
to, restore to the people their govern
ment, divorce the government from a
privileged class and seek the prosperity
of the whole country rather than a fa
limitation of Tariff.
"He would limit tariff taxes to gov
ernmental purposes,: he would regulate
Justly but effectively railway and other
corporations engaged In Interstate oofp
merce, and while he would deal liber
ally and generously with the pension
list, he would make It In truth a roll of
honor and not a mere medium for a
coarse and wholesale assault upon the
treasury, Recent attacks which nave
been mad upon him because of his
stand for popular government and, be
cause he let it be .known that ho did"
not desire the support f special Inter
ests, giving , them to understand that
they need expect no favor from him
after election, have not Injured him In
public estimation nor swerved him from
his high purpose to serve the whole and
not simply a part of "the people. , "
"The latest criticism of him la that as
governor of New Jersey he has made no
effort to modify or. repeal the laws of
that state under which most of the
great trusts have been organized.
"The charge, Is entirely baseless, for
In his very first message to the legis
lature Governor Wilson denounced the
existing incorporation laws of the state
as having brought discredit upon it and
urged such . changes in -them as .would
effectually prevent the abuse : of the
privilege of incorporation. He also reo
ommended that auch scrutiny and reg
ulation should not be confined to cor
porations seeking charters, but should1
be extended to those already In exis
tence. "Governor Wilson, aa our candidate
for president, appeals to me particu
larly at this juncture In view of condi
tions In the Republican party.- 'Presi
dent Taft will unquestionably be re
nominated by that party. His sympa
thy with the regular Republicans and
his opposition to reforms advocated by
the progressive Republicans are well
known. While It may be admitted that
the leaders of the progressives wilt
support , the ticket nominated by their
party, yet this is not true of the rank
aiioiiie, wuu us a ruie are wunoui po
litical ambition, and consequently have
no party loyalty to maintain,
i Surest Way to win,
"To a greater extent than any of the
Democratic candidates for the nomina
tion Governor Wilson would draw from
this class of voters, besides . holding
every Democrat worthy of the name
and drawing largely from the educa
tional classes and the Independent ele
ment Ills campaign, like the one he
made for governor of Now Jersey, will
be remarkable in our history for Intel
lectual Vigor In grasp of present pollt
ical conditions' and in clearness of etate
ment of the remedies he is unexcelled
by any public man of the times. We
must not underrate the strength and re
sources of the Republican, party, and
should not delude ourselves with the be
lief that any man we nominate can be
elected. We must draw from the dls
satisfied Republicans and the independ
ents to win, and in tny Judgment the
surest way to do this, is to nominate
PLAN BIG EXPOSITION
(Unltee Press Left Wlr,
Albany, Or., March 29. At a meeting
of business men it was decided it
Albany's first manufacturers' exposition
would be held at the armory, April 18,
19 and 20. Committees were appointed
to prepare for the exposition, to arrange
and build the booths, etc
Forty different forms, some' from
Lebanon and Brownsville, have agreed
to exhibit their products at the expo
sition. - From all Indications this will toe
a great benefit to the producers as well
as to let the publio know what is actu
ally made at home.
A jjrogram will be prepared which will
include addresses by members of the
Manufacturers association of Portland,
who will also address the schools on
the "Made in Oregon" propaganda.
Pledge cards will be distributed among
the children, to be filled out. by the
parent and brought back'to i the ex
position. : The cards are pledges that the
people will call for Oregon made goods
when they make purchases, to encourage
ttie manufacturers of the state. -
THIEF IS CAUGHT WHILE
(United Presi Leaned Wtre.l
i San Francisco, March 29. Caught'
according to the police, la the act of
chloroforming Miss Marie Williams ; In
an alleged attempt to commit burglary,
William Lomellno, 23 years old, son
of a wealthy druggist, is booked at the
city prison today on an attempted rob
bery charge. Lomellno was' overpow
ered, tho police say, by men inmates of
the Williams household. '
National License Asked.
- ' (Waaliliicton nurpfiii of Tho Journal.)
Washington, March 29. The comp-trxiUet.tbeuiiirjaacKUaa.jacU'edn
application to convert the Farmer'
Merchants bank', Junction City, into the
First National bank, with a capital of
$50,000. The . correspondent la V. C.
Washburne, of Junction City. '
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Managers Say President Will
Have Majority of Delegates
in Two or Three Weeks.
United Press Leurd Wire.)
Washington, March 29. Taft head
quarters here today predicted that with
in three weeks,, possibly two, Taft will
have enough delegates pledged to Insure
his nomination on the first ballot in
the national Republican convention at
Chicago. The Taft forces claim to have
H4 delegates already.. Fiye hundred and
thirty-nine are necessary to nominate.
During the last week the Taft men garr
nered 1S1 delegates, and next weeK they
expect 48 more. The following week they
expect to get the remainder of the 689
necessary to nominate.
The, Taft campaign managers predict
that the radical progressives of Nebras
ka will divide between Roosevelt and
La Follette, and that Taft has a good
chance to win there.
Jackson. Miss.. March 29. Four dele
gates at large from Mississippi, -In
structed for President Taft were se
lected here today at the Republican
The Roosevelt element composed
mostly of negroes, bolted the conven
tion and selected four delegates, in
structed for the former president Tnls
means that the Mississippi delegation
will be contested on the floor oi me
national convention at Chicago.
Steel Trust .Behind Roosevelt.
- (United ITeee Leated Wlre.l
rtnT rn1n vr-,rnh -Rpf ore leav
ing for San Francisco to complete ar
rangements for senator i.a ouene a
tour of California, Walter Houser, com
mander in chief of .1 Follette's cam
paign forces, threw a bomb Into the
Roosevelt camp here by airecxiy cnarg
ing that the United States Steel cor
poration is backing the colonel's ca
palgn for the Republican presidential
nomination. He eaid:
. "The same interests that are bemna
President Taft are also backing Colonel
Roosevelt It ia undoubtedly the blg
nnitHl 'v-nm vr attempted In
America. By backing Roosevelt's cam
paign the steel trust hope to aptlt the
ftStl progressives, who want to see Sen
ator La 'oneite nominatea oy tne m
publicana. , "Roosevelt la not a progressive, and
his acts as president plainly show It
If Senator La Follette doee not win the
nomination at Chicago he will make en
other attempt in 1916, and If he falls
then he will try again m iao."
Taft to Visit Philadelphia.
lat tn Th Imirnal. ..
Washington. D. C, March 29.- Presi
dent Taft Is arranging for a visit to
Philadelphia tomorrow evening to ful
fill several engagements for which he
accepted Invitations some time ago. The
president will be in the Quaker city
only , a few houra and it is-understood
that no political significance is to be
attached to his visit .in tne eariy
evening he will address the members of
the Chamber of Commerce on the bene
fits that' will follow, the creation of a
new commerotal organisation to take
the place of the present National Board
of Trade. After delivering this address
the president will be the guest of hon
or at the annual dinner of the Ohio
society. , . -
OLD TIME MEMBERS
TO ATTEND MEETING
Old time members of the Portland
Young Men's Christian Association are
expected to turn out in large numbers
at the weekly men's meeting at o'clock
next Sunday afternoon. The occasion
win be the 44th anniversary of the
founding of the Portland Y. M. C. A.
The meeting will be open to all men.
but special invitations have been sent
to charter members who are still living
and to others prominent in the early
work of the association
The first president Of the Y. M. C A.,
E. Quackenbush, will preside at the
meeting, and George BY Hlmes and F,
S. Aiken, both charter members, will
participate In the program.. Other early
members who will take part are R. K.
Warren, J. K. Gill and Bv W. Wake-
field. ( . -. .
, For Infanta and Children.
Tiis Kind Yea Hava Always Bought
CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS
BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS
A llmp!,ule and cffectiri treatment for ores
chlal trouble avoiding drop. Vaporized Crew
ieiM atopi the osroxTuna of Whooping Coajh tad
relieves Ctoap at once. It ti a l to tufferert
bom Attkna. The ail tendered atroatlv aatlitp.
tie, Intplred witk every breath, makei breithln(
euf I toothee the tore throat aad ttopa tho cosgh,
taring reitfol nights. It il lnralutble to Bothera
with young childrao.
Send u sottal for deaeriritlTO booklet.
innmi ior ioo
iiritaled throat, They
are almple, effective and
antlteotie. Of year
drnpgf jt or from nt, ioc
la tain pa, .
Vapo Cresoleaa Co.
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Send for Booklet
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w i n lmiiJ
mperial Foreign Corporation
Pays ,$10,000,000 for the
Palmer Union Company.
(United Preca Leaaed Wlre.l
San Francisco, March 29. Confirma
tion today of the sale of the properties
of the Palmer Union Oil company to the
Imperial Foreign corporation of London
for $10,000,000 is believed to mark the
changing of the Cunard and a number
of other big - transatlantic steamship
lines from coal to oil burners, and tho
use of the California petroleum fields ,
as a general fuel center tfyt the foreign
The Imperial corporation waa organ
ised last year for the express purpose
of making the purchase,! which comes
after two years of negotiations. The
directors of the corporation are di
rectors of many of the largest com
panies both In England and on the con
The properties of the Palmer com
pany include the valuable oil belt of
Santa Maria and Cat canyon in north
ern Santa Barbara county.
GRANTS PASS CITY HALL
fJLANS MAY BE CHANGED
. (Special to The Journal. 1
Grant Pass, March .89. -The city
council last night "adjourned . to next
Monday night when a meeting to con
sider plans as to the size and cost of
the new city hall, will be held. There
has been considerable agitation as to
changing; the location of the city , hall
from the new site on Fourth street to
Sixth and F .streets. An ordinance
passed last evening calling for an elec
tion Mar 1 to amend the city charter
to allow the bonding of the city for
water and electrlo light plants, bonding
tr necessary up to 40Q,ooo, The senti
ment is strong T -favor of the city
owning these plants. '
CASCARETS FOR A
SICK, SOUR STOMACH
Oentlj tmt Thoroughly Qeanae and
Kgulate Yonr Stomach, liver
and Bowels While Yon Sleep,
That awful sourness, belching of Mid
and.. foul gases; that pain in the pit
of the stomaoh, the heartburn, nervous
ness, nausea, bloating after eating, feel
Ing of fullness, dlsilness and slok head
ache, means Indigestion; a disordered '
ntomach, which oannot be regulated un
til you remove the oause. It Isn't your
stomach's fault. Tour stomach Is a
good as any.
Try Cascarets;' they euro Indigestion,
-because taey immediately cleanse and
regulate the stomach, remove the sour,
undigested and fermenting food and
foul gases; take the exoese bile from-1
the liver and carry off the decomposed
waste matter and poison from the in
testines and bowels. Then your stom
ach trouble Is ended for even, A Caa-
caret tomgnt win straignten you out
by morning a 10 cent box from any
drug store wllljceep your entire family
feeling good for months. Don't forget
the children their little lnsldea need
a good, gentle cleansing, too.
llKAL ESTATE LOANS
ROTn JOHN E. CRONAN OU
- V ana R-naldlnr Bid. M
IF YOU HAVE NOT BEEN
yet, you have missed seeing
the prettiest addition on the
market this Spring ,
It Is just over the, hills, on
the Oregon Electric, and we,
would be pleased to take you
out any time. ' The prices are
right and the terms are only
10 down and $iQ per mo
pbee nrFOBBCATioar oar
Will be shown every Monday, "Wednea-.
day and Friday evenings at 8 o'clock
. , FBEB .
BEITS ARK OO-UPAKfT
" Hotel Portland Court.
50x100' on Twenty-sixth and J?elmont
Price ta7B(T Terms, rhona U.2a.