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IS DESCENDANT OF ROYALTÌ
Beautiful Naw York Girl Who Belong,
to the Kstlnct Dynasty of
Playing the Fiddle.
Mgr James P Turner, chancellor ot
the Roman Catholic archdiocese ol
Philadelphia, has a trait in common
with the late Archbishop Ryan which
enables him to decide to do something
without leaving a sting.
Like his lata chief, he usually tells
a story and then escapes committing
HI nee the balloting for a
successor to Archbishop Ryan he has
been importuned, cajoled and other
wise held up for a word that would
give an idea a» to what was the rw
suit of the balloting
As be Is swum
to secrecy he must keep quiet.
To a group of newspaper men
New York -Of tbe few descendant!
who remain of the royal bous» of Ha
wall there are at least two who ar»
residents of this country. These ar«
Miss Anna Ifougla»» Graham, of New
York, and her mother, who la the wlf«
of the famous Dutch painter. Hubert
Vos Mrs Vos before her first fnar
Local Man Tall* San Francisco Head ring« to Mr Graham was the Princess
quarters of Remarkable Relief
Knlkllani, Miss Graham I» one of ths
most beautiful young ladles In the me
tropolis and was one of the six brides said
“Once there was an assistant to
maids of Vivien Gould at her recent
The apparent »ucce»» which Profea marring» to Ixird Decisa. It Is now man who held a responsible position
«or Janies M. Munyon, the world reported that she is to become the T his assistant took upon himself much
of tbe credit for his employer's popu
I famous health authority, has beer
One day he complained by
rm-t-ting in San Francisco has startec
saying: T m tired ut playing second
1 much discussion.
I stream of culler^ has kept Dr. Mun-
’The trouble with you Is that you
0 0 MARTIN, * n ran tarici. i yon’s <-X|x-rt representatives busy
Writs f»t laNtniliM
trying to play first violin befort
«•wry day for several weeks at th«
have learned how to play that sec
main store of the Owl Drug company,
fiddle,’ was hts employer's kindly
Kan Fiancisro, where he has estab
lished headquarters for meeting the
Writs for nmtai<*«ii«w • '»■! iltmraturs.
THE TRUTH ABOUT BLUING.
Munyon'» following seems to be
an« I prinflt!®
Mall u»«l*>rw given prompt atUMittoo
Those who believe in his
I ortland Photo Supply Co
Talk No. II.
MB Third hirmrnt
Poll I I.AND. (>!<*.
theories seem to think he pos »»esses the
runs dry where they
moat marvelous powers for
make bottle blue. It’s easy to see.
< ing of all sorts of diseases, Munyon,
Only a little quantity, say half a cent
i himsef, laughs al thia.
or a trifle more,
in the double
¡’’Thu hundreds of cures i which you
strength kind and a large bottle of
nre hearing about every day in San
water and the delusion is completed.
Francisco are not in any way due to
Buy RED CROSS BALL BLUE. Get
my personal skill. It is my remedies,
Makes clothes snowy
a pure blue.
which represent the combined brains
white. ASK YOUR GROCER.
of the greatest medical »|>ecialist»
science has ever known, that is doing
the work. 1 have paid thousands ot
Beat the yolk» of three egg» alight
dollars for a single formula and the ,
Mias Anna Douglass Graham.
(»utters exclusive right to manufacture it. 1
ly. add the Juice and grated rind of
Duvsn Spouts St rei Ceiling
have paid tens of thousands of dollars bride of Jay Gould, the youngest son one lemon, a pinch of salt and half a
cupful of sugar. Let simmer on the
for others of my various forms of of George Gould
/. C. BAYER
That is why I get such i The former Queen of Hawaii. Llllou fire slowly, stirring all tbe time until
I have simply knlanl, whose ria mu Is rarely mention It thickens. Then remove and stir in
gFNll FOR CATAM h .IIK
bought the best products of the best ed now In the newspapers, Is living a cupful of canned pineapple grated
brains in the world and placed this ut Honolulu, where she stilt keeps a fine and one and a half tablespoonfuls
knowledge within the reach of th« little court. For years she made pe of gelatine which baa previously been I
School ot ths
riodical visits to Washington to press ■naked In half a cupful ot cold water
Among Munyon’a callers yesterday her claims against the government for When the mixture begins to jell stir
were many who were enthusiastic ir the value of the old crown lands In half a cupful of cream beaten to a
Third year t*v«nR Octulsrr ?. Wil.
their praise of the man. One of the»« which formerly were Invested in her froth and the white» of tbe three
Turn into a
Illi Si ItA IfON.
said: “For six years I suffered iron and which now form the public do- eggs also beaten stiff
< till ORF N'S ( t ASSt S. I or rift ular Apply t®
rheumatism. My arm» and legs wer« main But Washington would not be mold and chill thoroughly until tlms
MUSEUM OF ART,
afllicted so badly that I could hardly convinced that she had any rights In to serve
Fifth and Ta, I** Rinata. PORTLAND. OREGON work, and I could not raise my arm U
this particular and apparently she has
Relles of Past Ages.
my head. The pain was most sever« given up tbe fight and will probably
An interesting discovery was made
in tha back, however, and 1 was ir never again leave her island borne
I tried in many
Tbe native Hawaiian, are still deep recently at Bplttal (Eng) by a num
ways to get cur«>d, or even to secur« ly attached to their former queen. On ber of workmen. While digging oper
tem|»>rary relief, but (nothing seemec
her birthday all Hawaii flocks to tbe ations were being carried on. a quan
to heip me until 1 wan persuaded by
tity of human bone» were turned up.
Write for particulars.
ex Queen a home In Washington place
a friend to try Munyon's Uric AciC
Thia was followed by the unearthing
FRANCES HAIR STORE
course. It was the most marvelously
horns In th« old. old way, with tbe of a number of stone coffins, sach
acting remedy I ever saw. within •
101 1», k I.-UX)» VAM lUSIlUO <J
villa, or nobles, wearing ths ahuulas containing human remains. Tbe cof
week the pain had moat gone and in
fins bore no resemblance to tbe mas
about their shoulders and the khllls
side of a month I considered mysell
sive sarcophagus recently disinterred
standing solemnly In tbe corner in
entirely cur«i. I can now go out ir
st Berwick, but consisted simply of
token of royal dignity.
the worst weather cold, or wet oi
rough stone slabs.
anything else, and I have not felt any
MotL«¥i will find Mr», window* Soothing
suspicion of a return of the disease.
Syrup tue b*-»t r.-niedt to use Io« lùalf cuüdreo
1 think that every person who hai government was declared, with San luring ib» to,Uilu< period.
rheumatism and does not take th< ford B. I Kile at Its president. Antes-
Uric Acid course is making a great atlon to the United State, was then
Modern Teachers Criticised.
| «ought, but upon the refusal of Presl-
educators are owl-wise,
letters addressed to Professor J. M lent Cleveland to sanction It the re teachers are pedants and all thsir
Munyon. care Owl Drug Co., Sar
bltlon la th« turning out of smooth,
Francisco. Cal., will receive a« care independent state in 18'.i4. In 1698 wall polished Philistines,
It is cer
ful attention an though the patient
called in person. .Medical advice an< McKinley Hawaii was annexed to the type of superintendent of our public
consultation absolutely free.
education should be such a hopeless
jK-nny to pay.
philistine, possessed of all the conceit
HOUSE BUILT IN A TREE TOP of the mediocre business man. Rou-
tine is bta Ideal.
Two Ravenswood. >11., Boya Construct spurned and suppressed—Dr. Boris
a Comfortable Domicile In a
Tn the effort to appreciate various
Ravenswood. 111.—A tree
NEAR OAKLAND. CALIFORNIA
With th® beginning of thia year Mills College
that's different” is now being built forma of greatness, let us not under-
do«a only college work. 1h»re ar® no longer
In this Chicago suburb, by two boys, I estimate the value of a simply good
•nr Seminary courses.
I hr only W > inert’* < <>ll<<r r»n tbe Pacific ('oar*. Chert
Robert Broadbent and Charlie Bran- life Just to bo good; to keep life
er«d Illi. Idrel climate >i.tfence sad ■ra<luaft'>n re
In the first place it takes two pure from degrading elements, to maks
gulremrnta rqui.airnt t<> timer «>1 Si and ford end I nivrretty
Of Ceil 1
W r 11 ®® r;.|w.| let»-.' •
big willow tree» to hold up this house it constantly helpful In little ways to
|»ri»e one bundr rd and Aftv e rre. bpet tel < are for beslth. out-
■ nd it is substantially stayed by a those who are touched by it to keep
door Ufr. Pre« l.urlla ( lay ( ara«*n. A. M., IJtt. 1).. I I- l>.
ones spirit always sweet, and avoid
Pergstalofur eddreea Serrrtary. MU La Colbrffe P. 0.» CabL
all manner of petty anger and irrita-
'his house than most tree structures, bfllty—that le an ideal aa noble aa it
To Polish Brass.
tor It has an L, there are to be two is difficult
Brass take, a moat beautiful polish
rooms, and on top there will be a roof
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets, small, sugar-
!f It Is washed In a mlituro of one
garden. Ever hear of a roof garden on coated. easy to take as candy, regulat«
ounew of almn and a pint of lye bulled
top of a tree house?
and ‘ invigorate stomach, liver and bow
together for a short thus, apply with
The house will be Illuminated by els. Do not gripe.
Drives awsv Fliea, Mosquitoes anil Gnats electricity and It will be »ubstantlally
rag or brush while hot.
| It protects lmrses mil cattle from attack:
Why She Chose the Gown,
1 of insects, enabling them to feed and
A woman In Cherryvale, Kan., was
I sleep in peace. It prevents loss of weigh!
allowed her choice between a new
and strength from worry caused by
attacks of insects, and front the irritation
parlor rug and a summer gown. The
of their bites and stings. There is s
Journal says that after three sleep
satisfaction in the relief it afford*
less nights she decided on tbe dress.
f~C0FFEE'~1 domestic nnimals from the scourge ot
She argued: "I can darken the parlor
maddening parasites and flies, besides the
I profit in returns. Horses do more work
and the rug will look all right in sub
dued light, and besides, hundreds of
on less feel and cows yield more and
folks will see the dress who would
JlkSI KllillT ' i better milk when relieved from the frenzy
incited by constantly fighting a swarm
never see the rug."
CUJS5CT fl DEVEiS ' of voracious, insatiable insect».
Forgiveness of Children.
Four sizes, 25c, 50c, 75c and fl. 25.
aosriANO OKI J
It is the sweet and entire forgive
Ask yoitr merchant for it.
. U ovt C hemical C o . l’ortland, Oregon
ness of children, who ask pity for
their sorrows from those who have
caused them, who do not perceive
Dsrman University Students.
that they are wronged, who never
Ths University of Berlin has nearly
dream that they are forgiving, and
Habits Positively Cured.
1,000 students. Munich nearly 7.000,
Only nutbori*s«l Keele» It**
who make no bargain for apologies—
•Ulule In Oregon. Writ®
l^lptlg 4.600. Bonn 4.000, Hsldelbarg
tor ilinotrstml <lr< ular.
it is this that men and women are
IttCISia 1111 1A Wil 1ULL.-1
In tbs principal unlvereltlea
urged to learn of a child.—Allo« May-
Has a Roof Garden.
of ths Rmplrn about 65.000 students
ar« now enrolled
furnished for both summer and win
Nearly Out of Cheese.
ter use. The squirrels as iVrule make
A grocery salesman entering a
Always In Rsadlnesa.
use of tree houses In Chicago In win
There was an officer In Romo whose ter. but Mr. Fluffy Tall, his gray coat store found the place In charge of the
business It was to always bava hla ed wife and his family will have to delivery boy. Upon being asked
doors open in order to receive any keep out of this one, for it's going to where the proprietor was, the boy re
plied: "I am the whole cheese here."
The Chinese Doctor Boman who applied to him for help. be occupied even when the wind blows The
traveling man departed, leaving
This wonil.ful man ha.
a note for the proprietor, which the
overhead to tbe depth of a foot
mali» a tita study of the
boy promptly opened "Permit me to
propertlwl of R.s-ta,
II.iba and Bark., and
suggest," he read, "that you
Big Success Shown by Numbei
« * ». is i w 1 Q,VE llnin
Jtsvs yes weak heart, dirvy feelings, oppressed
breathing after mrili ? Or do you oapcrieoce pain
over the heart, shortness ot breath on going up-atairs
and the many distressing -.ymptoms which indicate
poor circulation and bed blood? A heart tonic,
blood and body-builder that baa stood tbe test or
over 40 years of cores is
Dr. Pierce’sGoidei? Medical Discovery
The heart becomes regular as clock-work. The red
blood corpuscles arc increased in number—and the
nerves in turn are well fed. The artenea are filled
with <<x>d rich Mood. That is why nervous debility,
irritability, fainting spells, disappear ind are over
come by this alterative extract of medicinal root«
pat up by Dr. Pierce without the use of alcohol.
Ask your neighbor. Many have been cured of
scrofulous conditions, ulcers, “fever-sores," white swellings, etc., by tsking
Dr. Pierce's Discovery. Just the refreshing snd vitalizing tonic needed for
excessive tissue waste, in convalescence from fevers or for run-down, ansemic,
thin-blooded people. Stick to this ssfe and sane remedy and refuse all “ just
as good “ kinds offered by the dealer who is looking for a larger profit. Noth
ing will do you half as much good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
PORTLAND ART ASSOCIATION
COMBINGS *<» FALSE HAIR
A Good Cigar
Costs You 5c I
is the handiest
thing in the pan
try. It is pure and
always ready to
There is no
waste — use as
much or as little
as you need, and
the rest keeps
longer than fresh
Gives fine results in
ALLEN & LEWIS
Distributers, Portland, Or.
The Dawn of Scientific Knowledge
Uam a Profession where the de
mand is greater than the supply.
Honorable, Dignified, Lucrative
Writ** for Literature arai information.
be to YOUR advantage.
Inva'idit and others needing skilled treatment,
write fur particulars.
409 Commonwealth Bldg., Portland. Or.
Colors of Butterfllee.
Tbe colors of butterflies are Influ
enced by the temperature of the air
tn which they Uve.
WHY PAY MORE?
Ladies* Two-Strap Velvet.
Corduroy and Satin Pump®
in Black or Tan. regruar S2.50
values, at half pne®—
Tell your grocer to
•end Libby’» Milk
T -■ pair
ROYAL SHOE CO.
229 Namsaa St., hl. Fnl rei Stood.
Swallowed Her Falsa Teeth.
Through (wallowing her false teeth,
apparently while she was asleep. Mrs.
Alice Dear, 61 years old, of Sewell
road, Battersea, died. The cause of
her death was discovered at a post
mortem examination.—London Chron-
Fines* in Qual *y.
Largest In Variety.
They meet even requirement for i leanlu« end
pollatili« «boe» of a.i kluUe and colors
7?»**. »... • •*"
are tbe aafrat and most reliable cathaitic and
systrm cleanser. Tbe best remedy for Torpid
Liver, Biliousness and Sick Headache.
At Drusglsts’ or by Malt. 23 Cants
Bov r C ukmical Co.
Poar uanu . O skook
on all linea on account
GILT EDGE the only ladle« shoe dreMlnf
that poaitivelv contain« OIL. Blacks and PvUabe«
Udios* and children s beds and shoe«, »blue®
wit boat rabbin«, 2V-. -LTench Glow.” 10c.
|>i> DY combination forcleaninr and jn'lithla«
all kind« of ni*!u t or tau shoes,23c. “Star” sise, 10c.
QI l( K WHITE rnak’-s dirty cans as shoes
clean and white. In liquid form soil can ba
onieklv and easily applied. A sponge In every
package, so always ready for use. Two sixea, 14
and 25 cents.
If your dealer does hot keep the kind you want,
send us his address and th® price in stamps fog
a full site package.
WHITTEMORE BROS. & CO.,
'lh< Ulil. d anil l.ai iKd
iduM Poliihei in the W orld.
Ask your ticket agent fot
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P N U
AUG. 10 to SEPT. 9
"It'HF.N writing to advertisers pl<
V V mention thia paper.
I. sivln. th. world th.
bvnctil of his service..
No Mercury, Poisons
or Druss lived. No
Operations or < uttlns
Guarantee» to rare O>tnrrh. Asthma. I.uns.
Stomach and Kidney trouble., and all Privata
Diana»**» of M n an*l W omen.
A SURÌCANCER CURE
Just revolved from Fekln. China «afa. sure
and reliable. U..falline falls works.
If you cannot call, write for symptom blank
and circular. Inclue. 4 cent, fa «lamps.
The C. Gee Wo Medicine Co.
First M.. «or. Morrison. Portland. Or.
Gets >125,000 Pipe Organ.
New York—A $125,000 pipe organ,
the largest and finest chamber organ
In the world, has been installed in the
$10,000.000 Fifth avenue residence ot
»* Senator W. A. Clark of Montana. It
■ccuples one end of the senator's main
picture gallery. The organ was built
In I-oe Angeles and contains 4,600
pipes. Its owner has has engaged as
his organist Arthur 8cott Brook, who
was organist of the giant organ at th«
Chicago world's fair.
nearly out of cheese.”—Success.
He—"So young March and his fath
er are carrying on the businessF*
She—"Yes. The old man runs the
business while young March does the
carrying on”—*» v
The Dlftsrsncs In the Louis.
The Customer—"I think Louie XV.
heels are too high, Olve dm a els«
smaller, pisase—or perhaps Louts
XIII. even would be high «nough."—
COME TO PORTLAND AND BE CURED IN FIVE DAY8
VARICOSE VEINS, HERNIA, BLOOD POISON
No wvera operation a, many ca®«*s permanently cured in one
treatment» Moat tiuie-aavmg. moet natural, moat safe. A
radical and permanent cure. I give my word and will cit®
Lou to other medical authorities that this ia a fact. I am cer-
kinly prepared to cure by experience and equipment, which
are the keystones to eucceaa
I have the best equipped
medical office on the Coast. 1 will rive SSuu to any charity a®
guarantee that every statement inthisannouncrmentis true.
I invite you to come to my office. 1 will explain to you my
treatment for Varicose Veins. Hernia, Nrrvoua Debility.
Blood Poison. Piles, Fistula, Bladder. Kidney, Prostatic and
all Men's Ailments and give you FKEE a physical examina
tion; if necessary a microscopical and chemical analysis of
Bd-retions. to determine pathological and bacteriologi« al con
ditions. Every man should take advantage of thia oppor
tunity to learn their true condition. A permantnt Curs is
vAat you wont. A p^rmantut Curs is what 1 gtvs.
WRITTEN GUARANTEE -My written guarantee means a cure or
no pay. I guarantee to cure certain ailments or refunii everr
dollar you nave paid. My services cost you nothing unless I
cure your Varicose Veins, Hernia, Piles. Fistula, Blood Poi
son. or any ailmentl guarantee to cure Terms are reasonable
and no more than you itre able and willing to pay for benefit®.
Offles hoars— 9 A M to I t M
landays, 10 A M V> IP. M
•Of FOR SLOOO P0I1SN I ubc PtHetsor Fhrlich ■ wonderfal nsw dis-
corery. ”606” in cate« of Specific Blood Poison. It cure« m 00® treat
ment and ia tbe greatest marvel of ■edical »cience. Tbit new remedy
b»been »ticcewfully u«ed in tbousantto of cases. Let tr.e explain ittoyottj
no A Q CUITU »« Mosarsos «T coa «icoSD
Un. A. ■■ 5ml I H