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Spring Medicine IN THE NATIONAL HALLS OF CONGRESS
The best is Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It
is the best because it does the most good.
While it makes the blood pure, fresh
and lively, it tones the stomach to bet
ter digestion, creates an appetite, stimu
lates the kidneys an d ' liver, gives new
brain, nerve and digestive strength.
An unlimited list of wonderful cures
— 40,366 testimonials in the past two
years— proves its merit. In buying medi-
cine always g e t the best, — M r . s. L. Carleton. Ayer. Mass., says: “ For
o -p f
* perfect spring medicine to give strength and
thoroughly purify the blood. Hood’s Sarsapa-
is held in high esteem by our whole fam-
11 y. I have used it from childhood and And it
as good for my children as for mysei*.”
H n o H ’<5
A . , *
Liqu id or tablets. 100 Doses SI.
In e v it a b le .
Electric fishes, exposed to the action
of radium, have been found to lose their
electric power completely, and to suffer
C IT Q Perm anently Cured. No fits or nervousness
I I I U after first day’ s use o f Dr. K lin e ’ s Great N e rv e
Bastorer »e n d for F r e e * '4 trial l*>itleam| treatise.
Dr. K. I I. K lin e , L td .,Ö31 A rch St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
A cremated adult human body leaves
a residuum of gray ashes which altogeth
er do not weigh more than about two
Mothers w ill find M r". Winslow’s Soothing
S y ru p the best remedy to use for their children
during the teething period.
H e lp in g :
TO CU ItF. A C O L D I N O N E D A Y
put the words, “ White line.” This was
President Diaz is not so wealthy as
accredited. I l i a fortune is short of a a technical Instruction to the printer,
and meant that one line o f space
should be left clear. The genius who
Sliding seats were first used in rowing had the copy In hand put the lover’s
races in 1873.
speech In type correctly, and then, set
Paris has the biggest debt of any city ting It out as If It were a line of verse,
in the world. It amounts to £400,000,- he added: “ Not one, dear Frank, not
one white line!” — London Tit-Bits.
o f Use
is the home where good cooking1 is
loved, where the family enjoy the
finest of biscuits, doughnuts, cakes,
and pies and other good things every
day. T h e baking is always delicious
and wholesome because
Washington, March 22. — The rail
road rate bill occupied practically all of
the time of tbe senate today. There
were two speeches, one by Lodge and
the other by Spooner. Lodge spoke in
advocacy of hie amendment, looking
to the enlargement of the Interstate
Commerce commission, and in doing so
replied sharply to some recent utter
auces of Commissioner Prouty. Spoon
er devoted his attention to the consti
tutional powers of the inferior courts,
contending that these courte could not
be destroyed nor their jurisdiction
taken from them.
Saturday, March 24s
Washington, March 24. — Hazing at
the Annapolis Naval academy was dealt
with by the house today in the passage
of a senate b ill with a house substitute.
The action was taken after a protracted
debate, which placed on record the
impressions of the special committee
which investigated the subject recently
and a severe criticism by Hepburn of
efforts to condone hazing.
amendments were proposed, but all
were rejected save one, it being the
duty of cadet officers, as well as other
academy authorities, to report infrac
tione of the rules.
The b ill repeals
that portion of existing laws which
makes it compulsory to dismiss mid
shipmen guilty of hazing in any de
gree, and substitutes punishment ac
cording to the nature of the offense.
Cruel and brutal hazing may be pun
ished by dismissal. Previous to con
sideration of the hazing bill, 265 pen
sion bills were discussed and passed.
Friday, March 23.
Washington, March 23. — Spooner
today concluded his speech in the sen
ate on the railroad rate bill, and the
fortifications appropriation bill was
taken up and passed. I t carries an ap
propriation of $125,000 for the erection
of a powder manufactory, and Daniel
spoke at length in Bupport of the pro
vision. He declared that the nation
was entirely at the mercy of a powder
trust, and urged that the amendment
should be adopted aB a safeguard. As
passed, the bill carries an appropria
tion of $5,278,993. Tillman also spoke
on the railroad rate bill, suggesting
that the Interstate Commerce commis
sion should have authority to enjoin
the railroads from increasing their
rates. He said the suggesion had been
made by a “ corn field lawyer” in Ok
The following bids were also passed:
Creating a steamboat inspectors’ dis
trict in Alaska; providing for filling in
the naval station at Honolulu; author
izing the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul railroad to construct bridges across
the Missouri, Yellowstone, Snake and
Wednesday, March 21.
Washington, March 21.— Tbe entire
day in the senate was devoted to the
consideration of the railroad rate bill.
Culberstm began tbe proceedings by
presenting an amendment prohibiting
corporations coming under the opera
tion of the proposed law from making
campaign contributions and he was
immediately followed by hia colleague
Bailey, who ottered the amendment so
long promised by him and followed
this action with a speech in which he
explained that he would not now pre
sent the amendment but for the fact
that Dolliver had referred to and criti
cised it in an interview. He indicated
some displeasure over the interview,
but exon erate Dolliver from diacour
tesy in the matter. The towa senator
disavowed any intention to reveal a
secret and the incident was closed
Both Bailey and Dolliver
made speeches reiterating their views
and they were followed by more or less
extended remarks by Tillman, Patter
son, Heyburn and Knox.
interrupted in the middle of his speech
by the announcement of his father’ s
death, and immediately left tho senate
Washington, March 21.— Represent
ative George R. Patterson, of the
Pennsylvania district, died
suddenly here today. Heart failure is
ascribed ae the cause of death.
The houBe adjourned immediately af
ter it was called to order, out of respect
for Mr. Patterson. The statehood bill
w ill be taken up tomorrow.
Tuesday, March 20.
Washington, March 20. — In less
than 20 minutes the senate voted away
$140,000,000 of the public funds. The
sum is carried by the pension appro
priation bill, which brief document was
made tbe subject of very little discus
The railroad rate bill waa laid
aside for the day and the major por
tion of the time was devoted to the
consideration of the fortification bill.
In that connection the question of the
necessity for eeacoast fortifications in
length, with the result that all provis-
ions for such fortifications in these
islands was eliminated. The consider
ation of the measure was not concluded.
There was also a brief discussion of the
power of the conference committee to
amend the bill providing for punish
ment for premature divulgence of gov
ernment secrets so as to make the in
hibition extend to senators and mem
bers of the house of representatives,
hut the subject was left undisposed of
for the time.
Washington, March 23. — The con
sideration of the legislative appropria
tion bill in the house today was enliv
— the baking powder of the wave
ened by a small spat between Prince
circle, is used.
and Tawney, a proposition to buy a pri
Get K C to-day! 25 ounces for
vate csr for the president, which was
25c. If it isn't all that we claim,
ruled out o* order, and a jeering speech
your grocer refunds your money.
by Smith, of Arizona, about the sup
Send for "B ook of Presents."
pression of debate by tbe rules.
An echo of the statehood controversy
JA Q U E S M FC . CO.
yesterday resulted in an effort to cor
C h ic a g o .
rect tbe journal. W illiams maintained
be was pnt in the ridiculous position
of moving to instruct the conferees
Washington. March 20.— The house
after they had been appointed, a mo of representatives today did business
tion clearly ont of order at that time. with a microscope in one hand and the
Tbe correction was made as suggested. b ill making appropriations for the sal
T h e R a l l n f P a s s io n .
aries of its officers and employes in the
Old Stoxanbons—Are you sure that
Thursday, March 22.
other. The result was that, although
you can no longer control the thing?
Washington, March 22. — The state b % honrs were spent in reading the
His Chauffeur— Yes, sir. I ’m afraid
hood bill was taken from the speaker’ s legislative
It will get away from me very soon.
table in the honse today, placed in the amendment, less than 25 pages were
Old Stoxanbons—Then for heaven's hands of three selected conferees and a completed.
The spirit of economy in
sake run into something cheap!— Puck. request made cf the senate for a con
little things was ail absorbing. Points
ference on the disagreeing votes of the of order were made and many of them
U R T O N . H O W A R D B m—A ssayer and Chemist, two houses.
This action was not ac were fatal to proposed increases in the
Lead ville, Colorado.
Specim en prices: Gold,
S ilver, L -a d , f 1 ; Gold, S ilver, 75c ; Gold, 50c ; Zinc or complished without many words and salaries of officers, janitors, doorkeep
Copper, f 1. Cyanide t e s t a i M a ilin g envelopes and
full price list sent on application. Control and U m votes. I t was developed, however, that ers, messengers and laborers.
C a k in g
pire w ork solicited.
R e fe re n c e :
Carbonate N a
Confer on Bristol.
Washington, March 26.— President
Roosevelt today sent (or Senator Fulton
and Attorney General Moody to talk
over the case of District Attorney Bris
tol. What the conference accomplish
ed cannot be stated, as none of the par-
ticipante will discuss it or give any ink
ling of what disposition will be made
of the case. I t ie stated, though not
officially, that the Oregon Bar associa
tion has declined to take any action in
the premises, having returned the pa
pers submitted by tbe attorney general
several weeks ago.
Portland Trade Directory
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m o r. e sc . write n . for free pnnl>-ulars »hont P t -
R I N A P O U L T R Y F E E D B -A c m .
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ora. Latrai style clothes m ad. to m e n a r * cheap.
Gur m i r measurement arstem Insures perisci B l
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W r it , h r Hat. LM us quota yoo aprlce. Allen A
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Washington, March 26. — There waa
a hint in the senate today at an effort
to fix a time for a final vote on the
railroad bill, but it waa surrounded
by ao much circumspection and doubt
that no prediction as to the time would
Tillman Btated that he
would bring the matter up tomorrow
and, unless objection was made, he
may ask to have a day specified.
The suggestion aa to a time arose in
connection with the more<or lees seri
ous effort on the part of a number of
senators to secure immediate consider
ation of amendments offered by them
O a t.
With an exclamation of delight the
hardened tourist rushed out on the bag
gage platform and started to smash his
trunk with an ax.
“ Hold on !“ shouted the baggage man.
“ Are you crazy?“
“ Not at all,“ replied the hardened
tourist as he continued to smash. “ I
read that baggagemeu were overworked
at this season, so I thought I would
smash my own trunk and save you the
T h e r e Is m ore C a ta r r h in th is s e c tio n o f t h e T a k e L A X A T I V E B B O M O Q u in ln eT ab lets. Drug
c o u u t r y th « n a l l o th e r d is e a se s p u t to g e th e r , gists refund m oney if it fa lls to cure. E . W .
a n d u n t il th e la s t le w y e a r s w a s su p p o sed to be G H O V E ’ a signature Ison each box. 25c.
in c u r a b le . F o r a g r e a t m a n y ' ea rs d o c to r s pro-
n o u n c d i t a lo c a l u is e a se , a n d p re s c rib e d lo c a l
A n Addendum .
re m e d ie s , a n d b y c o n s t a n t ly f a il in g to cu re
David Christie Murray bRS an anec
w it h lo c a l tre a tm e n t, p r o n o u n c e d i t in c u r a b le .
S c ie n c e h a s p ro v en c a t a r r h to b e a eo n stitli* dote to tell of what he says Is “ the
tio n a l d is e a se , a n d t h e r e fo r e re q u ire « c o n s t it u
tio n a l tr e a tm e n t. H a ll’ s C a ta r r h C u re , m a n u champion printer's error o f his experi
fa c tu r e d b y F. I. C h e n e y & C o ., T o le d o , O h io, is ence.”
A t the close of a certain story
th e o n l y c o n s titu tio n a l c u r e o n t h e m a r k e t. It
is ta x .en in t e r n a lly in d o s e s from 10 d ro p s to a from his pen, published some years
le n sp o o n fu l. I t a c ts d ir e c t ly o n th o b lo o d a n d ago, Mr. Murray w rote:
m u c >us s u r fa c e s o f th e s y ste m . T h e y o ffe r o n e
“ Are there no troubles now?” the lov
h u n d r e d d o lla r s fo r a n v case i t fa ils to c u re .
B en d fo r c ir c u la r s a n d te s tim o n ia ls .
A d d re s s,
F . J. C H E N E Y <k C O ., T o le d o , O
“ Not one, dear Frank, not one.”
B o ld t.y D ru g g is ts , 7 .r>c.
H a l l’s F a m ily P ills a re th e b est.
And then. In brackets, thus [ ], he
Q uesmahf « c2
there were vote* enough to carry out
the program of the leaders. Then fol
lowed 40 minutes of fiery speeches, some
of which provoked much amusement
among tbe large attendance of mem
bers and the crowded galleries. Then
came tbe final vote on Uie adoption of
the rule, which 175 members approved
and 156 opposed.
The legislative appropriation bill
constituted the subject for the remain
der of tbe day. Criticism was made of
tbe management ol the library of con
gress, and Hardwick, of Georgia, found
himself opposed by members of both
sides of the chamber in his endeavor to
restrict the white house appropriation
ao as to eliminate a social secretary for
the wife of the president.
In c h e e r
The teacher In the primary dppart-
friends his new residence)— Now, what j ment had been telling her pupils about
do you think of that for a Looey-Quin 1 three kingdoms of nature— the animal,
sy dining room? I guess them Astor I the vegetable and the mineral. When
Astor hotels uiu't got nothing on that, \ she had finished the New York World
says she asked:
“ Now, who can tell me what the
Friend (from New Y o rk )— I should
say not! By the way, you have not highest form of animal life is?“
A little girl in a front seat raised
shown me the library?
Porkand— Llb’ry? Wake up, wake her hand.
“ The highest form of animal life Is
u p ! Why, Carnegie's made ’em so com
mon, all the best fumllles are cutting a giraffe.“
’em out!— Puck.
A O U A K A N T K K D C U U E FOR P IL E S .
Itching, BI nd. Bleeding, Protru ding Piles.
isls are authorised to refund m oney i f P A Z O
I N T M E N T falls to cure In 5 to 14 days. 60c.
Monday, Mardh 26.
WaahiDgtOD, March 26.— Following
the preaident’ a suggestion, the house
today passed resolutions to correct the
useless printing of documents and to
empower the printing committees of
the two executive bodies to fix the
number of documenta to be printed,
and, should the demand arise for ad
ditional copies of a publication, then to
have authority to order another edi
tion. It was claimed this action would
result in saving the government upward
of $1,000,000 annually.
entire day was devoted to District of
The fortifications appropriations b ill
b ill was Bent to conference.
H um an H a ir Oowta-Swltches, Perapadonra. Men’ s
T o o p e r a and W ins: brat qu a lity; lo w .« « price«;
a ra d fb r fr a . p ria , nal; m all e r d e « a .penalty.
“ Mr BtaeW Hd W anblnctaa St.
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grvat because h* cures
people without opera
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to die. H e cures with ,
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nese herbs, roots, buds, I
harks and ▼•«•tabic* I
that are entirely un- V
knows to medical sc I-
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harmless remedies this Tamous doctor knows
the action of over 600 different remedios which
he successfully uses in differea: diseases. He
guaran tiesto cure catarrh, asthma, lung, throat,
rheumatism, nervousness, stomach, liver; kid-
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One of the greatest points in favor of S. S. S. is that it is the only blood remedy on the
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OTS of people are starving with
a full stomach.
You know, It's not how much
we Eat, but how we Digest that
makes us Strong, or Brainy, or Successful,
When the Bowels are filled with undi
gested food we may be a great deal
worse off than if we were half starved for
want of Food.
Because, food that stays too long in the
Bowels decays there, just as if It stayed
too long in the open air.
Well, when food decays In the Bowels,
through delayed and overdue action, what
The millions of little Suction Pumps
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Instead of the Nourishment they were
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This Poison gets into the blood and,
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That Cause of Constipation ta Weak,
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Proposed American Court in China.
Washington, March 26.— Representa
tive Denhy, of Michigan, has intro
duced a b ill to create a Federal District
court in China, with extra territorial
jurisdiction. The measure was first
introduced by Senator Fulton, at the
request of J. H. Brown and other Ori
ental interests, who complain that the
exercise of judicial powers by consuls
often works great injustice to American
interests. I t is pending before the
foreign affairs committee of the senate,
with good prospects of an early re
Revise Second-Class Rate.
Washington, March 20.— The house
committee on poetoffices and poetroads
reported the poetoffice appropriation bill
to the house today. It provides for an
expenditure of ♦191,373,848 for tbe
fiscal year 1907, or $913,221 lees than
the modified estimates of tbe Poetoffice
department. Thlt amount exceeds the
appropriation for 1906 by $10,351,765.
Legislation for freeing the mails of
When your Bowel-Muscles grow flabby
heavy matter and for gaining informa
tion to reclassify mail is included in they need Exercise to strengthen them —
the b ill. One provision appropriates not ■' Physic" to pamper them.
There's only one kind of Artificial
$10,000 to pay freight on supplies.
Exercise for the Bowel-Muscles.
Its name Is "CASCARETS," and Its
Relinquished Forest Land.
price Is Ten Cents a box.
Washirgton, March 20.— Tbe senate
Cascarets act like Exercise on the
today adopted a resolution presented Muscles of the Bowels, and make them
by Hansbrongh, directing the secretary stronger every time they force these
of the interior to furnish on the first Muscles to act naturally.
Monday in December, 1906, the.names
The stronger these Muscles propel the
of persons and Arms or corporations food, the stronger does the friction of the
who have relinquished to the rTnited food act on the flow of Digestive Juices.
states land in the vicinity of forest re
The more of these Juices that act on
serves. The information requested is food, the more Nutriment does that food
to include the names of those who have turn Into, and the richer nourishment do
not selected lands in lien of those re the little Suction Pumpa of the Intestine,
linquished, -and the secretary is in draw out of It.
structed to provide tbe means to which
they are entitled.
Reports Timber Land Bills.
Washington, March 26.— Tbe senate
public lands committee favorably re
ported the bill to repeal the timber and
stone act and to provide for tbe is le of
timber on public lend at not less than
its appraistMl vain«.
had an amendment inserted providing
that 10 per cent of the proceeds of sales
of timber ehall be expended for public
All Eat Chinook Salmon.
Washington, March 20. — United
States senators and a few 'avored mem
bers of the hou*e feasted on royal Chi
nook ealmon from the Columbia river
today, Henator Fulton acting aa host.
A big 50-pound Ash was conked and
served Oregon style, and liberally
served, to every senator with hie lunch
8o popular has fresh Columbia
It needs only one Cascaret at a time
to stimulate all the Bowel-Muscles enough,
without purging, discomfort or loss of
So, if you want the same natural
action that a six-mile walk In the country
would give you, (without the weariness)
take one Cascaret al atime, with Intervals
between, till you reach the exact condi
tion you desire.
One Cascaret at a time will properly
cleanse a foul Breath, or Coated Tongue,
thus proving clearly Its ready, steady,
sure, but mild and effective action.
A coming Headache can be warded off,
In short order, by a single Cascaret, and
the cause removed.
Heartburn, Cas-belchlng, Acid-risings
In the throat, and Colicky feeling are sure
signs of Bowel trouble from food poisons,
and should be dealt with promptly.
One Cascaret will stop the coming
trouble, move on the Bowel load, and free
the Digestive Juices, If that one Cascaret
ts taken as soon as tjie first signs are
We ere Manufacturers and Importers of
Wheat Bags, Oat Bags, Barley Bags,
Flour Bags, Hop Cloth, Ore Sacks ami
Burlap of A ll Kinds.
Bags of Burlap
and Cotton Manufactured by us.
B E M I S BRO.
BAG C O M P A N Y ,
1508-1514 Coloral o Street.
W. L. D ouglas
*3 = & *3 = S HOES wii
W. L. Douglas *4.00 Cllt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
Don't fall to carry the Vest Pocket
Cascaret Box with you constantly.
All Druggists sell them—over ten
million boxes a year, for six years past.
Be very careful to gel the genuine,
made only by the Sterling Remedy Com
pany and never sold In bulk. Every
tablet stamped "CCC."
to o u r t r ic n d s i
Wa wsat to send to oar friends a beautiful
French-designed. GOLD PLATED BONBON BOX,
W. L. D O U G LAS M A R E S S ______ =
hard-enanxled In celora It Is a hrantr hr the
M E A TS $ 3 .6 0 S H O E S T H A N A M Y O l
dreasing table. Ten cents In stamps Is asked as a
M A N U F A C T U R E R IM T H E W O R LD .
measure of nod faith and to cover costal Caacareta
t i n n n n REWARD to anyons who can
with whichiTHs dainty trinket Is loaded.
* I U ,U U U disprove this statement.
Send to-dav, mentfontnc tkla paper. Addreaa
Starling Remedy Company. Chicaco or Now York. I If I could take you Into my three large factories
■t Brockton, Mess., and show you the infinite
care with w h ich ever^ polr of shoes Isa
cost more to make, why they (told their $ h sm |
fit better, wear longrr, and ere of irt s t M