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THE MOBNING OREGONIAN, SATURDAY, rAPRIE 16, 190
BROWNS SHUT OUT
San Francisco Scores Nine
Runs Off Butler,
RAIN STOPS GAME IN SEVENTH
Catcher Steelman Displaces Butler
in the Fifth and Stops the Run
Getting, Though Touched
for Three Hits.
PACIFIC COAST IEAGUE.
an Franolsco, 9; Portland, a
Tacoma, l; Los Angeles, 0.
Seattle, 16; Oakland, 1.
Standing of the Clnbii.
"Won. Lost. P. C.
Oakland ....13 6 .684
Tacoma ......13 6 .084
1x39 Angeles 12 8 .000
San Francisco 0 11 .450
Seattle 8 10 .444
Portland M 3 17 .160
FRESNO, CaL, April 15. (Special)
The Webfeet played In poor form today
and Butler was hatted hard. In the sec
ond Inning he walked two men, and was
touched up for five hits, an error help
ing out the San Franciscans and four
men scored. The bombardment continued
during the third and fourth. In the
fifth Catcher Steelman took the slab,
turning over the rait to Shea. Steelman
pitched pretty good ball, and though three
hits were made off his delivery, he was
effective in stopping the run-jutting. The
game had to be called In the seventh on
account of rain, the score standing 9 to 0.
AB. R. H. P.O. A. E:
"Waldron, cf. 4 0 0 0 0 0
Hlldebrand, If 4 113 2 0
Meany, rf. -... 3 12 10 0
Irwin, 3b 4 0 0 4 10
Massey, lb 3 2 2 4 2 0
Anderson, 2b. ........ 4 12 4 10
Schmeer, ss 3 13 4 5 0
Gorton, c .. 3 2 2 0 0 0
"Whalen, p. 4 1110 1
Totals 32 8 13 21 11 1
Drennan, cf. 3 0 10 0 0
Xadcau, If. 4 0 2 2 0 0
Freeman, lb 2 0 0 10 1 0
Beck, 2b 3 0 12 0 1
Steelman, c and p.... 3 0 12 3 0
Castro, ss 3 0 0 1 C 0
Francis, 3b 3 0 112 0
McCreedte, rf. 3 0 3 2 0 0
Butler, p 2 0 0 0 12
Shea, c... 10 0 110
Totals 2T 0 9 21 13 3
RUNS AND HITS Br INNINGS.
San Francisco 0 4 2 3 0 0 0 9
Base hits 0 S 2 3 0 1 213
Portland ....0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Base hits .'. 2 112 0 129
Hits made Off Whalen, 9; off BuUer, 10; oft
Two-base hits Schmeer, Gorton, Meany.
Sacrifice hit Gorton.
First base on errors San Francisco, 2: Port
First base on called balls Off "Whalen, 2; off
Butler, 3, off Steelman, 1.
Left on bases San Francisco. 7; Portland, 8.
Double plays Schmeer to Mastiey, Schmeer
to Anderson to Massey.
Hit by pitcher Waldron, by Steelman.
Time of tramc One hour and 30 minutes.
u mpire cr uonnell.
TACOMA TAKES FOURTH GAME
Los Angeles Allows Home-Run, and
Only One of Game, in Fifth Inning.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 15. A home
ruu i uie iiim inning waa tne oniy run
scored in today's game between Tacoma
and Los Angeles, the final score stand
ing one to nothing. It was a pitcher's
battle. Both Hall and Keefe were in
line form, and there was llttlo to choose
between them. Keefe allowed but three
hits, while five was the extent of Ta
coma's batting. Today's game was the
fourth that the visitors have taken from
the champions during the present series.
Attendance, 1300. Score:
Los Angeles 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 3 2
Tacoma 0 0 00100 001 5 0
Batteries Hall and Spies; Keefe and
SEATTLE'S DAY TO HIT.
Sixteen Tallies Are Made While Only
One Is Allowed 'Frisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, April Hi. The Seat
tle team pounded out eight runs in the
third Inning today. , making 11 tallies to
their credit and the play then became
uninteresting. It was Seattle's day to
hit and to accumulate runB. The hits
made against Hughes were ineffective in
tho face of his good support Score:
Seattle 3 0 8 2 2 0 0 0116 1G 0
Oakland 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 01 10 1
Batteries HugheB and Blankenshlp;
Whittridge and Boettger.
Standing of the Clubs.
Won. Lost P. C.
Cleveland 1 0 1.000
Detroit 1 0 1.000
Philadelphia .... 1, 0 1.000
New York 1 1 .500
Boston 1 1 .500
Chicago 0 1 .000
St. Louis 0 1 .000
Washington 0 1 .000
Washington 6, Philadelphia" 6.
WASHINGTON, April 15. Darkness
put an end to today's game between Phil
adelphia and Washington at the end of
the tenth Inning, with the score a tie.
The visitors made a good start in the
first Inning, but the locals played a strong
uphill game and took the lead In the
eighth. Philadelphia tied the score in
the ninth on a bob, an error and a single.
Attendance, 1100. Score: R.H.E.
Washington 6 10 3
Philadelphia 6 12 4
Batteries Patten and KIttrldge; Hen
ley and Potters.
Boston 4, New York 1.
NEW YORK, April 15. The Bostons de
feated New York in tho second game of
the season hero today. Powell was hit
for four three-baggers and two doubles.
Elberfeld was put out of the game for
kicking and Manager Griffith sent to the
bench from the coaching line. Attend
ance, 3200. Score: R.H.E.
Boston 4 9 2
New York 1 4 0
Batteries Gibson and Farrell; 'Powell
Standing of the Clnbs.
Won, Lost P. C.
Pittsburg 1 0 1.000
New York . 2 0 1.000
Cincinnati 1 0 1.000
Boston .. 1 1 .500
Philadelphia 1 1 .500
Chicago 0 1 .000
St Louis 0 1 .000
ErooMyn 0 2 .000
Boston 5, Philadelphia 0.
PHILADELPHIA, April 15. Boston
won today's game from Philadelphia by
hard hitting in the first inning. Pittinecr
Ditched a fine game for the visitors. J
Doom was put out of the game for dis
puting with Umpire Moran. "Weather
cold; attendance, 2833. Score:
Philadelphia ..0 5 2Boston 6 12 0
Batteries Breckenridge, Dooln and
Marshall; Plttlnger and Moran.
Pittsburg 5, St. Louis 4.
ST. LOUIS, April 15. Pittsburg and tho
St Louis team opened the National
League season here today, and although
the weather was cold and raw, the at
tendance was about 7000. Tho home
team outhit the visitors, but failed to
make them count and were defeated.
St Louis ...A 15 2Plttsburg 5 10 2
Batteries Taylor and Byers; Phllllppi
Cincinnati 5, Chicago, 5.
CINCINNATI, April 15. Darkness put
an end to the Cincinnati-Chicago game
today after ten Innings had been played
without a decision being reached. Errors
figured largely In tho run-getting of both
teams. Attendance, 1800. Score:
Cincinnati ....5 7 5 Chicago 5 9 3
BatterieH Kellum and Pelts; Corrldon
New York 5, Brooklyn 2.
NEW YORK, April 15. The Brooklyn
met defeat for the second time at the
hands of tho New York team today in
Brooklyn. Although outbatted, the New
Yorks supported their pitcher in better
style. Attendance, 1000. Score:
New York ....5 6 lJBrooklyn 2 7 i
Batteries McGlnnlty and Warner;
Cronln and Botgen.
Wille Knocks Out Temple.
CHICAGO, April 15. John Wille, of
Chicago, knocked out Larry Temple, of
Boston, In the last round of a six-round
contest tonight In the preliminaries,
Clarence Forbes, of Chicago, won from
Harry Cobb, of Buffalo, in the fifth round
on a foul.
PACLHC INDORSES H'BRJDE.
Full Ticket Named, All Except Sher
iff by Acclamation.
SOUTH BEND, Wash., April 15. (Spe
cial.) The Pacific County Republican
Convention met this afternoon and adopt
ed resolutions favoring Roosevelt Gov
ernor McBrlde and Congressman Cush
man and instructing the state delegation
to adopt the unit rule In their delibera
tions. Attorney-General Stratton was
permitted to name the state delegation.
F. A. Hazeltlne, as county chairman,
called the convention to order with a
short speech eulogizing Governor Mc
Brlde and the record made by tho Re
publican county officers. W. H. Boner
was chosen temporary chairman, and O.
C. Wilson, secretary, and the temporary
organization was afterward mado per
manent All of the county ticket was
nominated by acclamation, except A. B.
McDonald, of Nahcotta, for Sheriff, who
had for opponents Amon Markham, of
Ilwaco, and J. T. Stratton, of Wllllpa. It
took three ballots to decide the contest
In McDonald's favor.
For Commissioner of the First District
W. R. Marlon defeated Eli Rockey. Both
are from Bay Center. Tho remainder of
the ticket is as follows:
Representative W. R. Williams, Chi
nook. Auditor A. P. Leonard, South Bend.
Treasurer H. J. Hubler, South Bend.
Assessor W. N. Akers, South Bend.
County Attorney H. W. B. Hewen.
Surveyor A. B. Dodwell. South Bend.
Clerk T. A. Seaborg, Ilwaco.
School Superintendent Mrs. Josle Bush,
Coroner Dr. T. S. Kennedy, Ilwaco.
Wreckmaster O. R. Stout Ilwaco.
Chairman of tho Central Committee J.
W. Kleeb, South Bend.
SALE OF SEATS TODAY.
Marquam Box-Office Opens for the
Today the sale of seats will open for
the Schumann-Heink concert, which will
take place Tuesday night April 19.
This great singer's appearance in San
Francisco has Just provoked immense ex
citement and enthusiasm. Under the
heading "Schumann-Heink In Music That
Enchants Wonderful Voice and Technical
Mastery of the Great Contralto Is tho
Rapture and Despair of Musicians," the
"Some hint of Schumann-Helnk's real
dramatic power is given by her rendition
of Hugo Wolf's 'Helmweh.' The Ameri
cans may have as deep a sense of patriot
ism as any other nation on tho globe,
but they have no composers and lyric
poets to voice their patriotism, and they
are tardy in producing singers to carry
it home to tho hearts of the people.
Mme. Schumann-Heink brings out her cry
for 'Germany, the heart's land' with a
depth of patriotism, a love of homo and
country, that vibrate through every heart,
and give to far-off Germany itself a
glamour and fascination.
"So wonderful was the 'Helmweh' that
it had to be repeated, and the audience
was ready for it half a dozen tiroes."
This great song will be given at the
Marquam next Tuesday night
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Daly, of Dunsey,
are Imp'erial guests. Mr. Daly is a mer
chant Charles Fry, of tho Fry-Bruhn Com
pany, the meat packers, was in tho city
Frank C. Lee, of San Francisco, one of
the best-known woolbuyers on tho Pa
cific Coast, is at the Imperial.
Professor F. G. Young, of the State
University, arrived from Eugene last
evening and is registered at the Imperial.
The track team of the State Agricul
tural College came down from Corvallls
last evening and Is quartered at the Im
perial. M. D. Ellis, a prominent merchant and
politician of Dallas, returned, to his home
yesterday after attending the Republican
J. L. Hanna and E. M. Young,- well
known hopgrowers of Independence, who
have been attending the Republican State
Convention, returned home yesterday.
Mrs. A. M, Patterson and Miss Patter
son, of Olequa, Wash., are at the Im
perial on their return from Southern
California, where they spent the Winter
at the various health resorts.
NEW YORK, April 15. (Special.)
Northwestern people registered at New
York hotels today as follows:
Herald Square F. Block, Portland.
Astor W. S. Driber, Baker City, Or.
York D. L Smith, Tacoma. Holland
T. G. Thomson and wife, Spokane.
Writers May Enter Russian Lines.
NIU CHWANG, April 15.-Communica-tion
with Port Arthur, as well as other
centers, is substantially closed. About a
score of press correspondents now in NIu
Chwang were informed today of the
willingness of Viceroy Alexieff to admit
them to the Russian lines under regula
tions which apparently will govern all
branches of their conduct
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FILLY LEADS BUNCH
Beldame Easily Wins Carter
LARGE CROWD IN -ATTENDANCE
Peter Paul, the Favorite, Is Second,
and Wotan, Who Comes
Out In the Stretch,
NEW YORK, April 15. Tho Carter hand
icap drew between 15,000 and 2d,000 peo
ple to Aqueduct today when the Metro
politan Taclftg season wan opened. New
ton Bennington's filly Beldame won the
handicap, and in doing so practically led
from start to finish. Peter Paul, the
favorite, was second and Wotan, who
came out of the bunch In the stretch,
was third. The time, 1:27, was within
a second of the record for the stake.
The track was in first-class condition,
but the weather was cold. Of the 22
carded to go In the handicap, five were
First race, five furlongs, selling San
Nicholas won. Shady Lad seoond, Julia
M. third: time, 1:02.
Second race, half mile Niblick won,
Blandry second. Tommy Waddell third;
time, :49 3-5.
Third race, selling, five furlongs All
Gold won, Neptunus second, Wreath of
Ivy third; time, 1:29.
Fourth race, the Carter Handicap, Foven
furlongs Beldame, 103, (O'Neal), 7 to 1,
won; Peter Paul. 9S (Hllderbrand), 7 to 2,
second; Wotan, 100 (Treubel), 8 to 1, third;
time, 1:27. Rostand, Ascension, Red
Knight, Spring. Tribeshill, Ostrich, Conk
ling, Illyrla, Lord Badge, Apumada, Court
Maid, Dereszke, Rosellnt and Sweet Alice
Fifth race, selling, half mile St Bel
lane won. Gold Ten second, Long Days
third. Time, :49 1-5.
Sixth race, six furlongs-nJohn F. won.
The Lady Rcpsia second, Andrew Mack
third; time, 1:14 2-5.
DON DOMO WINS HANDICAP.
Oakland Race Brings Out a Number
of Fast Sprinters.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 15. Don Domo
won the handicap over the Futurity
course at Oakland today from a field of
fast sprinters. Atwood was a heavily
played favorite for the event with
Hngerdon second choice. Monev Muss
set the pace, but when the stretch was
roached Don Domo took the lead and he
won easily by over three lengths from
Atwood. Sad Sam, an outsider, 1 as
third. Quigo, a 15-to-l chance, beat Nel
lie Bawn a neck in the first race. The
fourth wont to Glen Rice, quoted at 12
to 1. Summary:
Mile and 50 yards, selling Quibo "won,
Nellie Bawn second, Emile third; time.
Four furlongs, selling Slleo won. Del
Carina second, PIrella third; time, 4S5i.
Five and a half furlongs, selling
Wager won. Shell Mount second, Sir Pres
ton third; time, 1:0S&.
Mile and 50 yards, selling Glenrice won,
Orchan second, VIrgle d'Or third; time,
Futurity course, handicap Don Domo
won, Atwood second, Sad Sam third; time,
Milo and 70 yards, selling Caronal won.
Forest King second. Golden Light third;
At St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, April 15. Fair Grounds
First race, four furlongs, 2-year-olds,
purse Broomhandlo won. Major Outlook
second. Platoon third; time, :50.
Second race, seven furlongs, selling
Irish Jewel won. Duelist second, Lingo
third: time, 1:30.
Third race, five and a half furlongs,
selllng-Sharp Bird won, Our Llllle sec
ond, Sid Silver third; time, 1:0914.
Fourth race, the Klnlock Inaugural
Handicap, one mile Sambo won, Fatalist
second, Paul Whaley third; time, 1:42.
Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth, sell
ingSemper Vivax won. Flora Bright sec
ond, Mllklrk third; time, 1:514.
Sixth race, six furlongs Charley Thomp
son won, Claremont second, Emlgree
third; time, 1:1611.
MEMPHIS, April 15. Montgomery Park
First race, six furlongs, selling Marco
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won, Mariam "W. second, Amorous third;
Second race, six furlongs Cognomen
won. Bay Wood second. Lady Lavish
third; time, 1:17.
Third race, four and one-half furlongs
Philanthropist won, Blue Bird second,
Vldalla third; time, :&.
Fourth race, one mile Judge won Early
Boy second Safety Light third; time,
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling Boh
McLean won, Sanctum second, Australia
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Sixth race, mile and 70 yards, selling
Louis "Villa won, Spencerian second, Volto
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R. L. MACLEAY IS CHAMPION.
Wins Easily Over Opponents at Vic
VICTORIA. B. C, April 15. (Special.)
This morning R. Lt. Macleay carried oft
the open championship in the golfing
tournament, easily defeating Newton of
Seattle, Combo of "Victoria and N. E.
Ayer, of Portland, all six and four. Mrs.
Burton of Victoria, also retained her
title of champion of the Northwest,
beating Mrs. Langley. Following wero
the other results today:
Mixed foursomes, scratch, Mrs. Langley
and Captain Davidson, 86 net; Miss
Garrett and Frank Newton, Seattle, sec
ond, 87 net; Miss E. Garrett and G. L.
Munn, Seattle, 86 net
Driving, for men, Frank C. Newton, of
Seattle, won with a shot of 205 yards 1
foot 6 inches. Best aggregate for four.
"W. A. Ward, Victoria, 679 yards 5 feet.
H. Combe, Victoria, second, with one foot
Putting, for men, J. W. Lalng, Vic
toria, and Captain Strout, Seattle, tied
and play tomorrow.
Ladles putting, Miss Holland, Victoria,
At the Golf Association annual meet
ing tonight the following ofllcers were
elected for tho ensuing 'year: President,
C. B. Stahlschmidt. of Victoria. The
executive committee Is President Stahl
schmidt, Captain Strout. of Seattle; Mo
Cullough, of Spokane; R. L. Macleay,
Portland; G. E. Gower, Tacoma. The
next championship tournament will be at
Seattle, In May, 1905.
Game a Tie In the Ninth.
MONMOUTH, Or., April 15. (Special.)
An interesting game of baseball was
played here today between the team from
Wlldeman troup and the State Normal
School boys, resulting In a score of 4 to
4 at the end of nine Innings. It being the
first game played by the Normal boys,
they did not play the tie off, the pitcher
being worn out. In view of the xact that
the Wlldeman team plays in the league
games, the Normal boys feel quite elated
over the game. The game was free from
all objectionable features, and was wit
nessed by a good crowd.
Fitz and McCoy Likely to Be Matched
NEW YORK, April 15. A match prob
ably will be arranged within a few days
between Robert Fltzslmmons and Kid
McCoy for a elx-round battle before one of
the Philadelphia clubs. Fltzslmmons has
accepted the numerous challenges recently
presented by McCoy's managers, and has
declared his readiness for six rounds with
in three weeks time at catch weights, or
a bout of 20 or 25 rounds for tho middle
weight championship within two months.
Four Deaths on Trip of Transport.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 15. Captain
H. L. Roosevelt, of tho United Marine
Corps, who has been on duty with the
Asiatic squadron, arrived today on tho
transport Sheridan. There wore four
deaths during the Sheridan's trip across
tho Pacific Acting hospital steward E
Haddox, Jr., died of tuberculosis; Charles
Lu Rice, a clerk In tho medical depart
ment, from an abscess of tho brain;
Private Edward Dougherty, of Company
D, Twenty-third Infantry, of heart dls
ease, and Albert M. Proctor, of Company
K, Seventh Infantry, of dysentery.
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SCHOOL TEAMS TO RUN
RELAY RACES TODAY AT COLUM
One Hundred and Seventy-Eight Ath
letes Enter Track Games, Includ
ing Soldiers From Vancouver. '
Tho grammar-school relay races are to
be the biggest thing In the Columbia
track games today, judging from the
number of teams that have entered. Tho
original 12 schools that sent in their lints
of relays have been followed Ly thrco
more. Sunnyslde sends Ashma-n, Eearn,
Tunn and Warde. Thompson enters Nel
son, Jackson, Stokes, Donaldson. Lent
and Farrell. Woodlawn eniew Stevens,
Schmidt, Lent and Waltz.
In the relay race for the Catholic
parochial schools the following teams will
compete: Volguth, Logus, Bros. Mlchaol
Angelo and Hogan, of St. Miry'a In Al
blna; Keho. FaU3cher, F. SInnott, J. Sin
nott and Phelen, of St. Francis: Lceffler,
Calorl, Souvain, Laycock Cahiori, cf St.
The soldiers of Vancouver Barrackc
have entered Burke and Hamilton in the
50, 220 and 440-yard dashes, Redfern in the
shot-put and Sheppard, Thompson. Iwil
ford and Burke In the relay race Against
the T. M. C. A. and Multnomah Club.
The Portland High School has entered
Its relay team, consisting of Oberteuffer,
Holcomb, Goodale, Hawkins. Armstrc-t g
and Casen. Oberteuffer will compete in
the high jump also and Armstrong in tho
50-yard dash. The relay team in likely to
get the race with Seattle by default, ns
the latter team failed to enter, but will
have to appear In order to get the medal
made for them. The Behnke-Walker Busi
nesn College team is in a like predica
ment, as Its opponent, the Hi!med Busi
ness College, has also failed to .nter.
These two teams, however, will probably
run against each other to satisfy tiio
So far 178 entries have been made. The
track has been put into perfect condition
and the seating capacity of the gym
nasium enlarged until 1600 people can bo
Most of the teams from the Valley will
arrive today. The O. A. C. team arrived
last night, however, bringing down 14
men. If all the others bring down full
squads the competitors will make a good
The first event will be run off at 1
o'clock and the last will be over by 5.
The long list of races will necessitate
snappy management and competitors will
have to be on the spot at the tlmo sot for
their race or be left.
Tho events will take placo in the follow
ing order at the time assigned:
1:30 P. M. 16-pound shot put, trials.
145 P. M. One-third mile, grammar
2 P. M. 16-pound shot put. final.
2:15 P. M. 50-yard run, trials.
2:25 P. M. 50-yard run, final.
2:30 P. M. SSO-yard run.
2:35 P. M. One-third mile, parochial
2:40 P. M. 50 yards, low hurdles, final.
2:50 P. M. E0 yards, low hui-dles, final.
3 P. M. 140 yard run.
3:05 P. M. Running high jump.
3:05 P. M. 50 yards, high hurdles, trials.
3:15 P. M. 60 yards, high hurdles, final.
3:20 P. M. 220-yard run. trials.
3:30 P. M. Soldiers' relay.
3:35 P. M. Business college relay.
3:40 P. M. Pole vault
4:00 P.M. 220-yard run. final.
4:05 P. M. One-mile run.
4:15 P.M. One mile. High School relay.
4:25 P. M. Running broad jump, trials.
4:40 P. M. Running broad jump, final.
4:43 P. M. One-mile athletic club relay.
4:55 P. M. One mile Intercollegiate relay.
Aged Bridegroom Was Cruel.
PENDLETON, Or., April 15. Mrs. Ma
tilda Ely, aged 77 years, was today grant
ed a divorce from her husband, Louis
Ely, aged 82 years, on the ground of
cruel and Inhuman treatment. Both are
well-known pioneers of Eastern Oregon.
They had been married but 16 months.
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satisfaction in a "
shoe which, after months
wear, needs only polish to
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If YOUR dealer doss not
keep them, write me. I will
tell you who does.
Crossett, Inc., A
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Over 30 Years.
MURRAY STRCCTV PllWTOBK CITY.
A MHiLION HALE OLD GRAND
DADS credit their healthy old age to
CASOABETS Candy Cathartic, and
are tellingyounger folks how to stay
youngr in spirit by using: CASCAR- g
ETS. That's why the sale is OVER A
MTT.T.TON BOXES A MONTH. The g
one who likes good eating and good
drinking can always depend on CAS- M
CARETS to help digest his food.tone M
up his Intestines, stimulate his liver, H
keep bis bowels regular, bis blood
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healthy, clean and wholesome. "In
time of peace prepare for war," and M
have about the house a pleasant H
medicine for sour stomach, sick
headache, furred tongue, lazy liver s
bad breath, bad taste CASOARETS M
Candy Cathartic a tablet at bed- s
time will fix you all right by morn- M
ing. All druggists, 10c. 25c, 60c M
Never sold in bulk. The genuine tab
let stamped CCC. Sample and book
let free. Address Sterling Remedy
Co Chicago or New York.
in the Worid
For Whooping Cough, Croup, Coughs,
Bronchitis, Influenza, Catarrh.
It cures because the air rendered strongly antiseptic
is carried over the diseased surfaces of the bronchial
tubes with cYerjr breath, giving prolonged and constant
treatment. Those of a consumptive tendency, or suffer
ers from chronic bronchitis, find immediate relief from
coughs or inflamed conditions of the throat.
Ceesolext is a boon to Asthmatics.
THE VAPO-CRESOLEMECO.,180 Fulton Si., New York City.