Document 19266

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DOCK EXPERTS SIGN
Many
Ecard to Outline System for
City Made Public Soon.
IS POSTPONED
!
n
of Wharf
Contidrrrd by Commission.
Harbormaster SpeMrr I GlTfn
Iaj'
a IS
Abnoe
Vcmxe.
day cleared for Honolulu.
To bring the barn-- Gerard C. Tobey Chief Slover Orders Men to
wa
to Supple dock the tug Oneonta
yaslerdav ordered to Astoria, aa the
Watch Liquor Sales.
Tobey arrived from San Francisco with
cement In tow of the tug Dauntless.
Sounding were made ofr Supple a berth
and plenty of water fouud.
J. S. rolhemtis. assistant engineer.
Department of Engineers, and who I. BARS TO BE SCRUTINIZED
temporarily attached to the Port of
of aiding that
Cooa Bav a. a mean
prganlxatton to perfect plan for harbor Improvement, returned to th city
He was assigned to the
yesterday.
s
Police Head and Jodge TaxwcU
work by Major Morrow. Corp of Engineers. I. 8. A.
a
P.ur-rhStop
Selves as Bound to
Inspector Beck, of the 17th llght-kon-tou
rfiatrlct is ulanning a trip
of Rom by Inebriates.
Coos Bay on the tender Heather, whlch
Families Suffer.
Is under orders to proceed thera and
tTKAMIK
Two of three New York clll engineer asked .to become members of
the tward of consultation of the Public
Inx-kCommission hare telegraphed
Chairman Mulkey that they will
Their compensation will b tl
a day and espensea. The thirdl ap""
pointee baa not replied and It
mmr.l that ha la absent from tha city.
Another messasre haa been aent.
.vt an adjourned meettnic of tht
yesterday the acceptance wera
will
male known. Chairman Mulkey
Hive out the name of the men who
are to outline rortlanJs public dock
system when tha organisation of tha
trio I perfected.
The matter of the sale of the first
block or bon.1 of 3.S00.000 authorised,
Grant
came up. but a City Attorney
had nu,t forwarded notice a expected,a
waa taken until
an adjournment
week from today.
that
Commissioner Corbett suggested
1
Klren tha
when nnal consideration
e
question of street end. aa to the
of adjacent property
to
occupy them, an effort ba made
dock,
provide for a connection between
so
that If
on earn side of tha atreet.
control them carico
tha same Interest,
to lue other,
can be handled from one place,
on tha
as Is now done at sereral
west side of the harbor.who la attached
Harbormaster Speler.
but
to the IMbllc Dock. Commission,
really work, under the Executive
formal
Hoard ami City Council, ofmade
absence to
application for a leae
11. when he will Tlslt
tenln Ausrust Ban
Franclaco.
his parent, at
granted absence for a period of al-IS
previously
been
djyj. which had
lowed by the other bodies.
TAKlrPS CCT. SAYS VEYSEY
s
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Com-mlsl-
prlT-ilex-
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l:atc War May Ftollow Move of Elmore IntereM on
haa featured tha apschooner
pearance of tha new ita.ollne
n
Tillamook on the Portland-BandoLyddon
Captain
route, accordlnit to
Veysey. on of tha ownera of the raao-lln- e
been In
schooner Anvil, wh'ch baa He
aya
veral month.
that service
here
left
Tlllamoolt
that when tha
Thursday he carried a consignment ac-of
waa
cement for Tillamook which rata
baa
cepted at IJ a ton. whll tha aa mer-irwaa
classed
aa
IS
It
a ton.
been
.
-In
effect
rtia
rnana.se.
"
there ba been on feed, which was
f.xed at 14.
Heatdea. ho aays, the Tillamook cut
from
the rate from Portland to Ptualawtariffs
the huh
f i to f i a too. On of $7
welKht.
ton
a
at
Newport
been to
it
It la $ a ton measureand to FlorenceVeysey
that shipsalna
ment. Captain
aa they realise
satisfied,
were
per, there
the dlfflcuitle met In the Winter In
fact
reaching th aroall harbor, and the aev-erbarbound
that vessel, A are often
the Tillamook la owneddava.
fcy S. tlmore tt Company, which oper..
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to
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tnw mwvmwv
" -1 1- - Plmnr
Tillamook and In about 10 days will
fiave tha new sTasouge Knggnrr
ready for ervlce on tha Oregon Coast.
It la expected that lower rate, will
rontlnue. They will be met for a tlm
by Captain Veysey and associates. The
achooner tvilhelmlna I. also
gasoline
.
n. .mr.li'. Ihnurh not maklna
Kan. Ion. and all Independent carrier
may be Involved.
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PISClIAnGIXG
MCEHIC
Urlurnlnr Portlandcr
Cabin
HERE
Are Among
risdcnjffi.
of discharging th
con- -
usual
Work
1'inmrnli of Oriental cargo wa. beaun
the Bank Lint
yesterday aboard
steamer Lucerlc. which I on her sec
Captain
rail voyage to Portland.
Mathle report, an uneventful pa.Mir
except
porta
that an
from
unusual amount of fog waa encoun
lered.
The Lucerlc brought 500 bale of raw
allk. valued at IJ00.000. which waa ondis-a
charged at Seattle and aent East
special train. Her entire cargo amounted to about 1C00 tons. She had 20 passengers In the cabin and a number In
the steerage, among tha flrat-clatraveler, being Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Hare, formerly of thla city. Mr. Hare
lias been engaged In military medical
work In the Far Eaat and I. returning
on a vl.lt. Dr. John R. Pugh. who waahere last aa surgeon of the liner Orterlc. a sister hlo of the Lucerlc.
making his first trip on the Lucerlc
lie served at one time on tha numeric
and haa had wide experience In hand
and Orientals.
lirr Iromlgranta
The Lucerlc ha. a large amount of
lumber and flour to load for tha other
aide and will finish with flour and gen
eral cargo on Puget Pound.
Th OrientalJlnr Henri k Ibsen arrived In th river yesterday morning
from tha Far Kast via th Golden Gate
and will began discharging today.
over-Pacif-
ic
a.
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MONARCH
TO
RCX
TO
FETE
J art Strainer Being Orrrhaulr-d- . to
Increase Fleet for Astoria.
Preparatory to going on the Port
run during tha Centen
nial celebration, the ateamer Monarch
shifted yesterday to Supple yardIn
where a fresh water tank la to ba
stalled on th lower deck forward, that
he will not have to depend on water
available in tha lower harborI for ber
to b
boiler. Tha Teasel's bow
heathed and considerably laaa Impor
tant work will be done to place ber In
land-Astor-
jesm.
lucerlc
one-wa-
Interests, operating the steamer Lur
"In from Portland every morning, and
N. fleet, leaving both
R.
the 0.-morning and evening, will give As
dally. Th railroad
steamer
five
torla
Interests will also have frenuent train
There will
service If travel warrant
be fast schedules In effect between As
on
bay
point
tha
and th
tnrla and
atearaer Carlo will ply to aea with
IN OFFTCRKn TO STOP
8AI.CS OF IJQl'OR TO
DKCNK3.
H. A. B. Williams, of 805 First
street. offers to subscribe I2O0
REWARD
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Manila
San Pedro
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Jn port
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toward a fund to provide for rewards
for the arreet and conviction of
who sell liquor to IntoxiIn a letter to The
cated aeraona.
Oreconlan he says:
your
Sunday Issue 1 see where
"In
one Frank Mays Is fined IJio and aix
montha in Jail for Belling liquor to
an Intoxicated man. A decent saloon
can conduct it. business without such
tactics, but the dive never. To put
the dive out of business Is simple If
the people will take hold of the proposition and will offer rewarda for
the arreat and conviction of any saloonkeeper that sells Intoxicating
liquor to a person alresdy Intoxicatby
ed. I will start the ball
a subscription of f200."
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relocate; channel buoys In advance of
Mr.
he arrival of the cruiser Boston.
Beck expect the Heather to reach the
river dally from Neah Bay. which point
she waa to hare left Saturday.
V n. a
fall ..il V at the CUStOm- house co'mprlsvd the temer Beaver.
Roanoke and Saginaw from Ban Fran
cisco, the Oleum from Port Kan Luis,
Alliance from Eureka and the British.
teamer Uucerlc from the Orient ana
Puget Sound. The Alliance cleared for
he return, the Washington ior Ban
M
Kranclaco with 490.000 feet of lumber.
ha schooner Resolute for Honolulu.
the Beaver and Roanoka for California
ports and the Saginaw for Raymond.
James Laldlaw. British Consul,
said he had been advised that
the H. M. 8. Shearwater, a sloop-of-wassigned to duty on the Pacific Coast,
where hut two British aaval vessels
are assigned, would reach Astoria from
Csaulmault about September 4. Alter
a short stay she will proceed here, ar
riving about September 10. ior a visit
of a week. Harbormaster ripeier say.
that owlnr to her small slxe na win
arrange to anchor her at a convenient
place between the bridges so tne
and crew may use the Stark-strelanding.
One shift of sandhoga employed In
caisson No. (. on the Broadway bridge
work, announced a strike because they
were not In accord with their foreman,
and yesterday they wera paid off by
of
order of Engineer Tom Alexander,
tha I'nlnn Hrlclre A Construction Com- nanv The men. It was reported, had
ordered the foreman out of the caisson
Saturday night. He not only refused
but managed to force an or tnem
he left the
through the "lock" before
As the- - delivery oi
Ir chamber.
pier Is not
of
the
sides
th
granite for
rapid the company will not hurry sinking operations and the loss of a few
men is no handicap.
Threa chains and a "deadman were
broken yesterday at the yards of th
Portland Shipbuilding Company when
th hull of tha wrecked steamer M.
K. Henderson" waa being hauled out.
and It waa not until late In th day
on the way so that a full
that h wa damage
could ba obtained.
view of the
Captain Shaver says that he doubts If
any attempt will be mue 10 repair
here, aa she l badly noggen. mo
deck Is twisted and there la little ot
value but her machinery. Th hearing before Local Inspector Edward
and Fuller, where Captain onJordan.
inai
ollot of the tug Sameon. is
on a charge of neg.lgenc In connec
proDADiy
win
collision
tion with th
be concluded today, a there ar but
three wltne.se. to be called.
yes-erd- av
ar
et
Movements of Vessels.
When a man selfishly persists In
spending money for beer and whiskey
that ought to go for the comforts, and,
perhaps, the very necessaries of life for
his wife and children, such a man needs
treatment.
Some would say that he should be
put under restraint and forcibly kept
from wasting that which belongs to
his family even more than to himself.
If, however, this man can be made to
give up drink b a treatment administered without his knowledge, it would
certainly seem to be a wise thing to
do. but in searching for such a treatment the wives and mothers of drinking men should be careful that they
deal with honest people and get an
honest treatment.
The White Ribbon Remedy la honestly made by honest people, with the sincere desire to help the homes that are
being Injured and, perhaps, even desotastelated by alcohol. It is odorless, habit-formino
less, contains absolutely
drugs, and may be administered secretly if desired. It has
proven Its efficacy so many timea that
those who earnestly desire to win
the drinker from the alcohol habit may
begin treatment with confidence that
excellent results will follow.
White Ribbon Remedy costs $1.00
per box, or six boxes for $5.00: and
may be obtained of Woodard, Clarke
Co.. Portland. Or.
mlttee were of the opinion that one
of the deputies now employed could
work at night, thus relieving those at
work during the day from this posting
work, and that the City Auditor's office
now has deputies enough. Mr. Barbur
nststed that all his men are very
busy with city business, all of which
must pass through his office, and that
He waa inbe needs another man.
structed to draft an ordinance providing for an additional deputy, and will
present It at the next meeting of the
'
committee.
CITY
"I, for one, shall not lend my support
to a civil service system that keeps
derelicts In the police department at the
expenre of women and children, whose
drunken husbands are robbed by unscrup
ulous saloonkeepers.
In these words Acting Chief of Police
Slover. addressing tha members of the
day relief, went on record as being
heartily In accord with the efforts of
Judge Taxwell to enforce the law which
forbids the Bale of liquor to men already
Intoxicated, as brought to a climax Saturday by the sentencing of Frank Mays,
saloonkeeper, to serve six
a Sixth-stremonths' imprisonment.
"Civil service is now on the most severe trial In its history." Chief Slover
told the men, "and It Is Just such negligence, or worse, on the part of public
servants that will turn the scale and deprive you of the security that you enjoy.
You enjoy civil service and you must In
return give 'civil service' to your employers.
In no respect do you owe a
greater duty to the city than In protecting women and children against this
class of parasites."
Conviction Deemed Easy.
No formal order waa Issued by the
Chief, who contented himself with citing the law and a former order of
Cox. He contends that It will be
easy for policemen to obtain convictions for this offense, and that by so
doing they will reduce the amount of
gross drunkenness In the city noticeably.
In this consVntlon tha Chief Is borne
out by statistica of the department for
the month following Judge Taxwell'a
campaign laat year. Under direction of
Cox. patrolmen served notice
on all saloonkeepers that the law would
be enforced rigidly, and a few arrests
k were made to drive home the truth. Im
mediately the number of arrests for
drunkenness took a suddon drop and
remained at a low level for some time
before they again began to creep up
et
ef
ef
ward.
Completed
statistics for 1910 showed
that there were 7717 "simple drunks'
taken to the police station, being almost
one-ha- lf
of the total arrests, and the
figures throw no light on' the number
of casea In which men held for other
offenses came first Into trouble by Intoxi
cation.
Strict Gnard 'Wanted.
Tha Llnnton rockpile received mog
prisoners In th year, and the majority
of these were confirmed drunkards, in
spite of the fact that all the un aggravated cases are released when sober by
the police csptalns, without a hearing
In court.
Striking reduction in these figures
could be made, ay the officials, by reasonable activity on the part of policemen, who hava but to step Inside a
the city to see
saloon In any part-- of
men buying drinks who are already ob
viously drunk.
If the police can t do It, said Judge
Taxwell yesterday. I shall do it myself.
I am willing to give my time, if neces
sary, to put a atop to this practice, but
I see no reason why the police cannot
do It."
Second of the saloonkeepers charged
by Mrs. Frank Skidmore
her husband a bank account, is jo Mor
rison, who will be tried In the Municipal
Court tomorrow afternoon, before a Jury.
Pursuant to the raking given by Chief
Slover yesterday, other arrests are ex
wlth-4ooti-
ng
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HALTED
PURCHASE
OF FLECK WATER
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System
AND BLOOD PUMF1E
Woodstock.
The purchase by the city of D. B.
Fleck water plant. which supplies
Woodstock with water, was a question taken up by the ways and .means
committee of the City Council at its
meeting yesterday and deferred nntll
the next meeting.
Councilman Burgard said he had
previously been In favor of purchasing
the plant, but that as much of the
pipe now laid and In use by the Fleck
system is too small and will have to
be replaced soon with larger pipe.
and as he said he understood the city
would soon have pipe available to lay
in Woodstock to replace the r leek
pipes, he was not in favor of pur
chasing the plant.
n. o. Clark, engineer or the water
a revised report
Board, submitted
showing there are 25.7 miles of pipe
In the city and 7.7 miles outside the
city limits In the Fleck system. Ho
said the probable value of the plant
nd eauloment to the city Is I1Z.314.6U.
although he says It will cost $46,- 662.83 to duplicate the plant.
He figured that the D. J. nnn sys
tem of J.96 miles of pipe, which Is
leased by the Fleck company. Is worth
$140.09 to the city, and the J. I. Mor
ris svstem. or Frankey plant. $249.90,
this being also leased by the Fleck
comDany.
The statement was made that mucn
of the nine is wooo. tngmeer uism
said In his report that tne pipe couia
be used for some time except that nre
protection will be demanded, and that
to meet that demano iron mains musirenlace the wood and the Inch and twoinch pipe He said the lurures ne
did not Include "he value of
real estate and of the pumping- plant,
These
water tanks or other fixtures.
The
he estimated to be worth $15,500.
m
Income from the Fleck plant
Water
said.
he
$11,443.20.
was
Ronrd recommended to the City coun
do
eil June 30 that an ordinance
passed appropriating $27,500 from the
purcnase
mo
oi
tne
water fund lor
tilnnt.
The committee aeciaea to recommeiiu
to the Citv Council that $500 be trans
ferred from the general runo to tne
auditorium fund, to be returned as
aoon as auditorium bonds are sola. The salaries of Deputy City Attorand Benbow were rec
nv lattniirntts
omended increased from $175 a month
to 1185 a month.
The request of A. Jr. morns, a. r.
An.ienon. H. O. Richards and O. P.
Ramsey, transit men in the employ of
he C.ltv Engineer, for an increase in
salary from $110 to $130 a month, was
bud-mltt-
-
ii
referred to City Engineer Hurlburt for
recommendation.
Tha - i ... Aiirtltn,. WAA Authorized tO
draft an ordinance appropriating $115
for a steel cage for the City treasurer's department.
Alta Mine Gets Xew Equipment.
GRANTS
(Spe
of the Alta Mine
Or.,- -
PASS.
Aug.
7.
cial.) The owners
near Kerby have Just returned from
Portland, where they purchased a
Chile
steam plant to operate a
mill upon the millslte aajaceni io
40-to- n
I Cure Men
IS MY FEE
W'bea Cored
General Debility, Weak Nerves,
Insomnia Results
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an
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cured.
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inflammaand
burning.
All
In 24 hour. Cures eftion stopped
Consultation
fected In seven days.
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Proper
Remedies
DR. 1VO
Since Dr. Wo practiced in Portland some years ago, he has
traveled extensively, visitingsfhe
leading hospitals In China and
new remedies and
securing
learning successful, means of
combating sickness. Now that
he has resumed his practice In
Portland or.ce more, he Is prepared to give the people the
benefit of his knowledge and
ways of treating such diseases
as cancer, rheumatism, stomach
and lung troubles and .hundreds
out of town
of others. Patients stamps
when
inclose 4 cents in
writing for symptom blank and
'circular.
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IN FIVE DAYS
3t
nm
Varicose Veins, Blood
Poison, Piles, Fistula, Etc.
DR. A. G. SMITH.
I am the only specialist In Port-lnn- d
who does not advertise a
name or photograph,
I publish my true photograph,
correct name, personally conduct
am the most successmy office.
ere.
ful and reliable, aa medicalprove.
dentlala and presa record
yon
ao
statement
tbat
thla
make
I
will know yon consult a true spea
e
cialist, who sees and t r a t
personally. I possess skill
and experience, acquired In sack a
way tkat ao other can share, and
hould not be clussed with medical
companies. It Is Impossible for
a medical company to attend college. Companies have no diplomas
or license to practice medicine In
Oregon or any other state. Medical companies usually are named
portrait, whose
after a doctor. AIdentity
are Inpersonality and
definite, la selected and published
as the legitimate specialist of the
office. Hired substitutes, ordinary
doctor with questionable ability,
give consoltation, examination and
as
pa-tle- ata
No Detention From Occupation,
Family or Home.
OPERATIONS.
NO SEVERE PER.MA.NKXTLY
MANY CASES
IN ONE TREATMENT.
CURED
MOST NATMOST
URAL, MOST SAFK. A RADICAL
AND PERMANENT CURE. I
GIVE MY WORD AND WILL CITE
YOU TO OTHER MEDICAL AUIS A
THORITIES THAT THIS PREFACT. I AM CERTAINLY
CURE BY EXPERIPARED TO EQUIPMENT,
WHICH
ENCE AND
ARE THE KEYSTONES TO SUCCESS. I HAVE THE BEST
ON
EQUIPPED MEDICAL OFFICE $500
GIVE
THE COAST. I WILL
GUARA
AS
TO ANY CHARITY
ANTEE THAT EVERY STATEMENT IN THIS ANNOUNCEMENT
IS TRUE.
VARICOSE VEINS
Impair vitality.
I
daily
demon-
pre-serv- ed
rehealthy circulation is rapidly
of the depressestablished insteadguarantee
you
a
I
ing conditions.
cure to stay cured or refund the
money.
60
FOR BLOOD POISON.
"s .se3
new discovery.
I use Professor Ehrllch'e wonderful
ience.
is the greatest mam of edf ical
of Specific Blood Poison. It
cases.
thousands
successfully
in
used
has been
His new remedy you.
,
me explain it to
FREE,
ADVICE
AND
CONSULTATION
P. M.
M. to 8 P. M. Sundays, 10 A. M. to 1you
my treatto
?lnv!te yoTto A.
come to my office. I win explainBlood
Poison. Piles,
Debility,
Nervous
Hernia.
Veins.
ment tor VaricoseKidney.
and give
Ailments,
Men's
Prostatic and all
Fistula Bladder.
you FREE a physical examination; if necessary a microscopical ana
chemical analysis of secretions.
it
DR. A. G. S MITH
Portland, Oregon
AND CONSULTATION ALWAYS
Heart Disease
Varicose Veins
Diseases of
Hydrocele
the Lungs
Liver Disorders
Kidney Disease
and All Chronic
Nervous Debility
Blood Disease
Rheumatism
Diseases
sriOs Alder, Corner Third
Entire Corner, Second Floor.
THE-
OFFER TO
EN pliSt
Our offer Pay when
Satisfied is your absolute protection. Consultation, examination
diagnosis free.
nnd
is all
Our
Men.
of
Ailments
you
is a
want
What
Come to us
cure.
Hours
and get it.0.
Evendaily 9 to
Sun
ings. 7 to 8.
days 10 to 1.
CO.
GREEN
DR.Washington
Portland,
Men and Women Cured
The famousChi-3.
K. Chan
Medicine
nese
Company, with
remedies,
thlr
and
of herbs wonroots cure
derfully. It has
cured
when
V mfterers
J. 'sa.
,
other ' remedies
failed.
ailment
eure cure tor chronic, privatern.um..um,
111
many
have
lu
J
haronl.,Wdn.y
Kcmeu
of all kinds.
A.hr diseases
Consultall
OPERATION.
S.?es
?r" Examination for ladle, by Mrs. S.
.Vh
Chan.
The
ED and DISSATISFIED sufferers who have
mi
a cu re to call on me. It will cost you nothing to
receiving
without
Viair-mn aynmiriRtlO n of your case made, and I shall bo glad to
sick and afflicted 1 hold out
is your condic tlon. To the Kladly
tell you frankly what your
tell you so;- if not I will
case Is urable I will
no false promise.
If
s I do not accept incurable cases for treat- ment nder any circumstances.
dentiaL
bn
...,!treated
wv. m
invjij
ni1
C;l
or writs to
S. K.
220 m
Chan. Chinese Medicine C.
su. Portland. Oreson.
Morrison
LEE
DR. WING my
own
I pake
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Tortland, Or.
P. M.
-
OF THE
tli..J iS am24 HouH
rsulG bears the
Beware of counterfeits
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DR. LINDSAY
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THE OLD RELIABLE SPECIALIST.
Entrance 128
,rfco.n,f
Corner Alder and Second Streets.
Office Hours a A St. to 8 P. M. Sundays 10 A. 51. to
Ch
nese herb and ro8
I am
medicines.
Doctor
educated
..,,
.a trftntmpnt
the Physicians pra
ticing in Oregon at
ha'
I
Washington.
used Chinese herbei-- .ai
root
medicines
a
LkSa.-vears.
eiv.tv fnr 4f nn.-thO
paucuw.. ,.0,-t.- ....u ,tllv
examine
...
....
..xt.- - lontr fttun
, ,
ougniy. ino
ing tne aisease, no
Ki
curable.
t . isuAnv,
ailment.-i- Rtotnnr.n d:
ii Iti.aiiey, .1niiuiii. iicii
pi.
poison,
blood
eases, consumption, .......-..- .
ail curea oy my n for circulars a
town pecple write
consultation blank.
27 North Fifth St.. Portland. Or.
Slen Only
I especially
Or.
St.,
363
Diseases of
of the
Skin
-
DR. GREFN
234V2 Morrison
Corner of Second
ONLY
SPECIALIST FOR MEN FREE
EXAMINATION
Wo ChineseMedical Co.
TIME-SAVIN-
varicose veins can be
strate thatnearly
all cases by one
cured in
treatment, in such a satisfactory
way that the vital parts are
strengthened, pain
ceases, and
swell ing subsides, a
of
Your Trouble,
Then, if You
Wish, Get
Right In your busiest season when
you have the least time to spare you
and
are most likelv to take diarrhoea
have
lose several days' time, unless you Diarand
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
take a dose
at hand and
rhoea Remedyappearance
ot the disease.
on the first
n.
J? OT
l J
uco.c.
.
CO, Hulsdaloius. fa.
Nature
mining property, a he property is new
and has one cut 150 feet above the
mill where the ore Is sent down by
The ore hoot is about 20
gravity.
feet wide. The mill carries six rollsa
that weight 1200 pounds, and have
crushing capacity of 7200 pounds.
lr1
treatment.
GREAT TONIC
There is one reason above all others which makes S.S.S. the
greatest of all tonics, and that is because it is the most perfect of all
Anv svstem which needs a tonic needs a blood puri
hlotvi rmrififrs.
n
con
fier, for it is impure blood which causes the weakened,
dition of the body. a. a. 2. is made entirely or roors, neros ana oarKs,
which possess not only strengthening properties, but at the same time
are recognized as ingrcaients or tne greatest vaiue ror removing every
S.S.S. improves the
Impurity, poison or taint from the circulation.
appetite and digestion, corrects stomach disturbances and steadily tones
and builds the system up to perfect health. It adds to the blood the rich
healthful properties it needs, and In every way benefits the system.
S.5.S. cures all diseases and disorders arising from weak or impure
blood. Book on the blood and medical advice free. 5. S. S. is for sals
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO- - ATLANTA, CA.
at dru3 stores- -
at
sores,
OREGON MEDICAL INSTITUTE
,nm MORRISON ST, BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH. PORTLAND, OR.
Renewal of Pipes to Be Neoeseary,
Councilman Opposes Transfer of
mittee recommend to the Council the
Ttdra at Astoria Taeaday.
employment of another deputy at $75
Low.
Hlkh.
-4
0
foot a month.
T.l feet':!l A. M
A M
Som of the members of the com- S.
P. M
feet':I P. M.... I I feet
A
u
time-savin-
Aug. 7. Arrived "teamer
Ttraakaraiar. from Coos Hay: .Norwegian
ateamer Henrlk Ibsen, from llonckons via
Brmen
Yokohama and ban
i.ucerlc from Manila and Oriental
porta via Brlttah Columbia and Puset Sound;
schooner YVIlhelmlne, from
sasolln
steamer Caaoo. from Kan Francisco.
Sailed titeamer Alliance, for Coos Bay and
Eureka; ateamer Olrum. for San Francisco;
steamer Sasloaw. for Raymond.
Astoria, Aug. 7. condition at tne mnuia
of the river at i P. M . smooth: wind, westa Dected.
Frank Skidmore, whose wife brought
weather, cloudy. Arrived at
4 miles;
A. M. Steamer Break
about the present upheaval through
and left op at 4:1 nay.
yv.
w
In seeking redress
Arrivea
Verseverance
water, from Coos
Norwegian her the plucking of her husband, was
M. and left op at I! noon
amer Henrlk Ibaen. from hlonakons ana for
police
station yesteTday
way porta via Ban rrancisco. raiiea ai s taken to the Pressesy,
in an intoxi
A V.
Steamer Klamath, for Ban Pedro. bv Patrolman
Skidmore was wantA. M.
Barse Oerald C. Tobey cated condition.
Arrived at
case, but
Mays
pan
sraned as a witness In the
In tow of tug Hereulea. rrom
.
up at
i.
Cisco. Arrived ana
not be found.
could
Yaschooner TVllhelmlna. from
Gasoline
quina. Arrived at 1 and Irrt up at :! f.
M. Steamer Caaco. from San Franclaco.
A.
BARBUR ASKS MORE MEN
San Francisco. Aug. 7. Arrived at
ArM.
Steamer Falcon, from Portland.
rived yeterdaj dteamer Temple E. Dorr,
City Auditor's Office Works Over
from Portland.
(san Pedro. Aug. 7. Arrived flteamers
from Portland.
time on Lien Socket.
Shasta and Yellowstone,
Shanghai. Aug. 7. Arrived previously.
Teooma;
Suverlc for
Panama alary, for
and Seattle: Nlaaara, for Can
City Auditor Barbur will soon put
on
of his deputies at work nights
Kan Francisco. Aug. 7. Arrived Steam
He reported
O. 8. Loop, from costing the Hen docket.
ers Tiverton, from
to the ways and means committee of
Everett: Chehalls. from Orays Harbor; Falthat the
con, from Portland: Santa Barbara, from the City Council yesterday
Wlllana: Atlaa. towing barge si. from Se dockets are so much In use that very
attle; Abeeelnla. from Hamburg: Harpeaka, little can be accomplished by his
from Newport News: barkenilne Kohala. deputies In posting the docket during
from Newcastle. Australia.
the day. He requested that the com
PORTLAND,
0 R1
Chil-
1
4
ia
ahaD.
Th monarch It to make her first
Washington
trio tomorrow, T leaving
A. M , and reaching
atreet dock at
Astoria at 11:3$ o'clock. She will lay
over there during th afternoon, start
tng on tha return at I o'clock In th
evening and arriving here at 11:S0
y
fare It to be I
s'clock. The
for heavy travel to
Tha pro.pect
good
are
and tha Kamm
th Centennial
rxTXlAIGEMC.
to Arrive,
Ph frarn.
While His
Alcohol
Man Drinks
dren Want
Kx-prc-
I'minex-tio-
'roN-Mrc- rt
a
WHICH?
OR BEER.
Marine Notes.
110.735.
BOND SALE
DRUNKS UNDER EYE
57.4!I feet of lumber valued at
the schooner Resolute yester-
tvith
8, 1911.
i
BOOTS.
re.orta
To all beach
dally trip will b possible.
excursionist.
AUGUST
TUESDAY,
OREGONIAN,
TITE MORNING
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