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THEJ MXXRXENG 0REG0NIA2T, THI7KSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1905.
GONE TO MEET HIM
Japanese Cruisers Are Near
NAVAL BATTLE . MAY" FOLLOW
Russian Fleet Anchored Off Madagas--
car Coast, While Japanese Waft
in Chagos Islands and Malay
BERLIN, Jan. 12. The Lofcal An
zelKer'a , St. Petersburg correspondent
)' that the Russia cruloer Izurorud
is-returninc to Port-Said, on the way
to CronBtedt. badly damaged. , f . -
IiONDON, Jan. ' 12. Japanese corfe
f pond&nts of the Morning- Post consider It
is not. incredible that Japanese men-of-war
.have reached Diego Garcia "Chag6s
Archipelago), and point out that, although
Admiral Togo Is at Tokio, other Admirals
are not Idle.
Vlce-Admiral Uriu, It is stated, has been
cruising in the vidnity-of the equator for
some time past. The number of vessels
he has is kept secret, but doubtless he is
ready to do battle with the Russian Bal
tic squadron whenever it appears east of
the 70th meridian.
Vice-Admiral Kamimura's whereabouts
Is somewhat of a mystery, the corre
spondents say. but It thought to be some
where in the China Sea. within easy
steaming distance of either the Malaysia
vr Sunda Straits, but, anyway, they de
clare, if Admiral Rojestvensky's purpose
is to spend the ensuing weeks in cruls
Jng in the vicinity of Madagascar, It is
improbable that he will find himself as
eaile dby a torpedo fleet.
RUSSIANS IN SAFE HAVEN.
Off isle St. Marie, Secure From Japa
nese and Cyclones.
LONDON, Jan. 12. A telegram received
in London today from the Island of Mau
ritius states that the Russian Baltic fleet,
according to the last reports received
here, is still oft the Island of St. Marie,
which Is separated from the. Island of
Madagascar by a small, smooth bedy of
water. This water affords an excellent
place of anchorage for the vessels, and
thls Is a haven of protection from the
cyclones which are constantly sweeping
the Indian Ocean at this time of the year.
This harbor, It Is further stated, is not
within the French zone, and hence the
presence of the vessels will subject the
French colonial authorities to no incon
venience from a possible breach of neu
The message goes on to state that the
fleet will hardly attempt to move from
the present place of anchorage for some
time, at least. Just now the Indian Ocean
is a jlace of danger from frequent and
terrific cyclones, and it would be Jlttle
short of foolhardlness for the Russian
vessels to attempt to weather jsuch a
storm. ,."- v .
HE EXPECTS ATTACKS.
Commander of Second Division Seeks
Harbor of Refuge.
LONDON. Jan. 12. The Port Louis
(Mauritius) correspondent of the Daily
Mall wires that the commander of the
second division of the Baltic fleet has In
formed the commander of the Messageries
Steamship Company's vessel Orus that he
expected -the fleet would be attacked by
the Japanese in the Indian Ocean. He
accordingly applied to the Captain for a
map of the harbor of Diego Suarez. said
to have a port which he might steam to
if it became necessary.
WILL NOT RECALL FLEET.
Russia Will Reinforce Rojestvensky,
WhOjWill Coal in French Colonies.
ST. yETTERSBURG. -Jan.Nll.-The Ad
miralty has not given the slightest offi
cial confirmation of the report of the re
call of Vlce-Admlral Rojestvensky's
squadron. On the contrary the otliciais
point calmly to the preparations being
mnde to reinforce the squadron' with a
division of the third Paclrlc squadron as
sufficient evidence that Rojestvensky will
not return to European waters.
Under the French regulations, it is
maintained that Rojestvensky's ships
could cruise in the Indian Ocean, coaling
and provisioning from their own store
ships at Jibuti!.- French Somollland, in the
waters of the Island of Madagascar and
the Island of Reunion and other French
Islands until reinforcements arrive, with
out cause of complaint from Japan, lnasr
much as tho regulations are the same a
those issued during the Spanish-American
War, Certainly only absolute necessity
will compfl the Admiralty to forego the
strategical advantage of keeping Ad
miral Rojestvensky In a position tron
staut menace to the Japanese while
awaiting reinforcements. ,
The reiiorts of the arrival of Japanese
warships at Diego Garcia. CJftigos Is
lands, are not credited at the Admiralty,
though there is reason to believe that
armed Japanese colliers may be cruising
as far west as the Chagos Islands, but
there are no regular warships there.
DOUBASOFF IS FOR PEACE.
Meanwhile He Would Rebuild Navy
for Another Struggle.
PARIS. Jan. 11. The declaration made
by Vlce-Admlral Doubasorf, the Russian
member of the. International Commission
to Inquire into the North Sea incident. In
'an Interview to.the effect that an hon
orable peace between Russia and Japan
is likely to be made, is considered highly
significant- Tho Admiral who is Chief
of Naval Construction, paid he submitted
to Emperor Nicholas last Thursday a
plan to complete the rehabilitation ofsthe
nnvj. Doubasoff says the Emperor gave
it most favorable consideration, and said
it would be submitted to the Council
"I am convinced." said Admiral Doubas
off. "of the immediate necessity for thei
reconstruction ot our fleet at Russian
and foreign shipyards for the purpose of
securing a strength 'sufficient to command
supremacy at aea. , This is absolutely In
dispensable If -we are to expect victory
from the next war with Japan. The rem
nant of our fleet Is hardly more than de
bris, and entirely unequal to Japan's na
The Admiral further said it was nec
essary to recognize these conditions,
however painful they mlpht be to na
"Therefore." he said, "I dp not hesi
tate to say that we tend toward not
rar-off peace. "We will leave to the
Japanese Port Arthur and, the terri
tory they now occupy in Manchuria.
We will set ourselves resolutely at
work to prepare a powerful, invin
cible nkvy, as this peace will be but
temporary and the next time we shall
be amply prepared."
The official view Is that Admiral
DoubasofTs statement Is expressive of
Sowing sentiment within Russia favor
able to peace. Reports show that the
morement has made notable "progress In
recent days, particularly at Moscow.
2mperor Nicholas has. not shown a dis
position to check the movement, although
personally, he disapproves of its inop-portunencssv
RECEIVED LIKE FRIENDS.
Russian Officers on Parole Given Ova
tion, at Nagasaki.'
. TOKIO, Jan. 12. The first batch of the
Russian officers who so hravely with
stood the 11 months' attack of the Jap
anese at Port Arthur and who are now
on ?he way to St, Petersburg under
parole; "arrived at Nagasaki today. They
were -given a. welcome such as might be
expected "by returning- heroes, victors for
the causeof the home, rather" than van
quished and bitter enemies of the Mikado
The city council of Nagasaki had set
aside $10,000 to be expended in the en
tertainment and, if the programme- is"
continued, there will be little, lfahy of
the money left. "
When the nfflrprw nrrlvul o )Wo la-nA-
in ST nlpr In nmioolrl ko.kn ,.. .
met by the -city officials and Japanese
army officers and welcomed In no doubt
ful tone. Each nfflrlnl
deavoring to outdo the others In dlsplay-
4rv l,n. W ... i, - , - .. .
,uK Mowi ireiing oi gooq leuowBnip
una complete goodwill so characteristic
of the Japanese people. The officers
were conducted to the Temple Garden,
passing through serried ranks of a cheer
ing populace. Arriving at the garden.
they were riven art ovation which tra
followed by the spreading of a collation
of the best the city offered. The re
freshments served. "thethne was given up
' ojrvwMva, asrvt waiau(t; 1U1U
Russians ajike gave expression, to happy,
wujvis ui inenusnip, a presage pi better
days to come.
Colonel Kuckakoff -was th mnin nfiik.
er for the Russians. He said:
On behalf of my fellow-orflcers and rnyrelf. 1
ant to thank vnn T n-miM h im-u
for me to explain In words adequate for the
occasion our reelings or gratitude for the man
ner In which we have been welcomed to an
eneznv mimtrv - v...
the strew of adverse conditions we Mill are.
uui we nave neen reclved as friends. After
the war Is over. It is mv firm tw-llof that n.
brave people as the Jananese ami the Rnniann
cannot help but be the fastest kind of friends.
DECORATIONS FOR GENERALS.
Emperor William Does Honor to
Stoessel and Nogi.
BERLIN. Jan. 11. Emnoror wnilnm re
ceived the Russian Ambasiuirinr wstorlnv
in formal audience. His Majesty ex
pressed admiration of General Stoessel's
defense of Port Arthur and informed the
Amoassaaor mat the Emperor of Russia
had given his consent that General
Stoessel should receive the Prussian
order of Pour le Merlte. as Emperor
William's recognition of his distinguished
bravery. Today Emperor William re
ceived the Japanese Minister in audience,
complimented him on the courage,
tenacity and capacity of General Nogl
and informed him that the Emperor, of
Japan had consented that General Nogl
receive tnc same order. Pour le merlte.
the bestowal of which was announced
In his telegram to the Czar asking his
consent that General Stnossol n f-rn n t t no
decoration, the Emperor said:
The defence of Port Arthur will remain fnr.
ever an example for the soldiers of all peoples.
The hero who commanded your faithful troops
is admired b; the entire world, especially by
my army and by me.
- In telegraphing to the Emperor of Ja
pan making the same -request, the Em
The lese endLwcep rorJrof:Port Arthur have
proved GcneraCNocl G bcla brave and wise
military commander. His heroic deeds and
those of his'troons will be admired fnrvi- hv
all soldiers. crpeclMly by me and my army.
In his reply the Czar says of General
"He did his duty to . the end at the
head of his brave, garrison."
CRY FOR PEACE GOES UP.
Sermon to the Emperor and Plea
From Leading Newspaper.
ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 1L The met
ropolitan, of St, Petersburg, in a sermon
preached before the Imperial family at
Tsarskoe-Selo yesterday' on thc-occaslon
of the religious festival of Christmas,
drew a parallel between the peace of the
gospel and the peace of the world. In
concluding, he addressed the Emperor as
"Your Imperial Majesty, may God grant
that the present war will end soon.
Above all. may God grant that 'the an
gelic message of peace sink deeper and
deeper Into the hearts of men and that
strife may soon end forcer'on earth."
In a leading editorial today, the Russ.
while maintaining that the war must go
"But the fullest success is only
achievable If the Nation Is united." and
declares that after all. "the question of
peace or war abroad is a minor mat
ter, w nat Knssia wants Is peace at
home as war at home is far worse than
in Manchuria." Then. In the plain
est fashion, the Russ sketches the in
ternal conditions which. It says, "are
tantamount to a state of war. producing
mortality among the peasant children
equal to that of the battlefield," conclud
ing with the statement:
"The work of regeneration roust begin
no-; we cannot wait until the war in
the Far East Is ended."
WHY RUSSIA IMPORTS SUPPLIES
Buying From United States to Relieve
NEW YORK, Jan. ll.-r-OwIng- to the
considerable number of steamors with
cargoes from the Pacific ports of the
United States for Vladivostok In the
the Times" London correspondent, cables
the -Times London correspondent, that
the Russians are making- a great ef
fort to relieve the Siberian railway
and to supply the Manohurlan army as
much as possible via Vladivostok,
Yellow Peril a Nightmare.
LONDON, Jan. 11. Baron Suyematsu.
cx-MInister of the Interior of Japan and
son-in-law of Marquis Ito. addreswng the
Central Asian Society of Inion tonight.
discussed lengthily the so-called yellow
peril. . He said It was enselws. mlr-
chlevous agitation. The basis of China's
civilization was essentially pacific and
Japan only aspired to prcs onward in the
wme path)f civilization as the countries
of the W wt. He was In a position to de.
clare positively In the name of Japan
that, when the present war was ended.
Japan would honestlj and faithfully pur
sue a policy of peace, no matter in what
form the contest might terminate.
George Ogle Badly Injured.
OREGON CITY. Or.. Jan. lL-(Special.)
Geo rCP Oirle WC nrohahlv fatal!" In.
jurey this afternoon at Molalla. He was
engaged in erecting telephone poles for
ino new warmers line when a pole feu
on him. crushing the back of his skull,
and the Injury Is expected to be fatal.
ugie was prominent In politics in Clack
anaaa County, and was a Populist mem
ber of the Lower House of the Legis
lature In 1SS7.
Bmrrts Irnk Co.
221 Morrison, le headquarters for trunks,
suit cases &&t tecs- xruns repaired-
Golden Oak Morris Chair. Velour
or Corduroy Cushions
The Store That Saves
First and Taylor
BIG TRADE IN PLAYERS
OAKLAND AND SEATTLE MAKE
DEAL WITH FOUR MEN.
Ganley Exchanged, for Van Haltren
Delehanty Also Is Traded Off
Oakland Gets Miller, Pitcher.
SAX FRANCISCO. Jan. 11. (Special)
The biggest baseball deal of the season
went through today and it will interest
fans all along the Coast. The trade in
volves four players and three of them aro
well-known to the cranks. Oakland
traded Bob Ganley for George Van Hal
tron. Ganloy would have been retained
by Lohraan but for his bad habits. There
is no discounting his ability as a player,
but Bob can't be depended upon to keep
himself In condition.
Van was anxious to get away from Se
attle, where the local critics are not slow
about dishing up hot roasts. His new
berth will be far more congenial, as Oak
land Is his home. Russ Hall had no
thought of holding Ganley. for he effected
a deal almost instantly with Des Moines.
Hall gives Ganley and Delahanty for an
inllelder named D. E. Miller, who is said
to be a crackcrjack. Like Van Haltren,
Delahanty will welcome a change, for he
was handled more roughly by the writers
than any other player on the team.
FISHER SIGNS HASTINGS.
Tacoma Manager Has a Find in Port,
land's Former Pitcher.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 11. (Special.)
Mlko Fisher has signed Irallastlngs for
tho coming season and the youngster will
become a tiger. He has strong evidence
of being a comer. "
"If you look up Hastings record you
will see where he pitched some good
games for Portland." said Mike. "I
watched his work carefully and I con
sider it good. He had a poor team behind
him and this is a big handicap on a
young pitcher. I know we could have
won games with Hastings last year."
Fisher has undoubtedly signed a good
kid when he got Hastings. He did pitch
some good games for Portland and If he
keeps up his good work. Fisher has a
find. He is a hard working youngster and
he lost several games for Portland just
because he tried to do too much. Hast
ings was not released because he could
not deliver the goods, but because he was
injured. He cut his hand on a broken
pop bottle and. realizing that the season
would be about over before he could
again appear In the box, he asked for his
BOTH CLAIM EMERSON.
Fisher and Lohman in Contest for
Emerson, Amateur Pitcher.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jnn. 11. (Special.)
Managers Mike Fisher and Peto Lohman
are at outs as to who has a prior claim
on the services of Pitcher Emerson, the
young amateur who has done such good
work tor- sevoral clubs tho past season.
The young mairwould. ere this, have been
In the Coast League, but he is ambitious
to graduate from the San Jose Normal
School. Bert has ordored the two man
agers to present their evidence to "him
and in due time a decision will beforth
AGREEMENT IS REVISED.
National Baseball Commission"- "Will
Reopen Draft on Tacoma.
CINCINNATI. Jan. U. The National
Baseball Commission adjourned today.
Besides deciding to investigate the Jack
Taylor case, tho commission adopted a
number of verbal change in tho National
agreement and referred to the National
and American Leagues for further con
sideration the demands of the National
Association of Minor Leagues for an in
crease In the price of drafted players.
Other changes in the agreement wore
accepted by aU concerned and will be
formulated and sent to the National and
American Leagues and National Associa
tion of Minor Leagues for final adoption
The drafting season of the California
League is to be changed In order to al
low that league to play a longer season
than the leagues in the East
The commission recommends the reop
en In c of the draft on the Tacoma club,
from which no players were secured
under this rule because of a misappre
hension regarding the reserving- of two
of the men.
An effort will be made to have minor
league representation on the commission.
In which event either George Tebeau or
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Howard Griffiths and one more, possibly
Pat Powers, may be admitted.
The baseball season will open Fri
day, April 14. and close on October 5
or i, the schedules of the National
nnd American Leagues providing for
Prosl'dent Hermann, of the National
commission, has no Intention at pres
ent of resigning.
The National board of arbitration
has announced the following- decisions:
J. C. Harris, claimed by Houston.
Tex., and Ardmore. released from all
CORBETT AND NELSON MATCHED
Will Fight in February, and Britt
Will Fight Winner.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 1L (Special.)
Morris Levy, who will have the February
permit, sUted today that he had matched
Youns Corbett and Battling- Nelson- for a.
return engagement. Articles have not yet
been signed, but they will be as soon as
Neuron returns from the mountains,
where he Is hunting.
Though Britt has the white bee in his
bonnet. It la pretty safe saying that the
winner will meet him. Young Corbett was
more anxious to meet Britt than to meet
Nelson, but he found out last night that
the only way he could get a go with
Britt is to whip Nelson.
ROCKWELL IS DISQUALIFIED.
Portland Boy Cannot Be Captain of
Yale Football Team.
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Jan. 11. (Spe
cial.) It Is learned on good authority
tnat Rockwell, the star quarterback of
last season's Yale football eleven, has
been declared ineligible and cannot stand
for election as next season's captain. The
fact that Rockwell played three minutes
in the Yale-Trlntdad game in the Fall of
1901. robs him of the coming season's
honor. Thomas, L. Shevlin. of Minneap
olis, will be elected and will Invite ex
Captain Jim Hogan to act as field cap
Team for Indoor Baseball.
WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY. Salem.
Or.. Jan. 11. (SpecIaL) A college indoor
baseball team Is being organized at Will
amette and will soon be ready for Inter
collegiate matches. This sport has been
dead here for several years, but is now
revived by Mace. Roder, Nelson and the
other men of the former Puget Sound
at the Hotels,
H Williams, MIssourllA M Erana. Vane B C
T L Churchill. SpoVn J C Shulte. N Y
Mrs F I Ellis. Seasid F T Kelly and Ife,
I. B MandeL New Yk Baker City
J Hogg. San Fran A J MacNab. Idaho
Miss Hogg. San Fran Miss V Jack. Callfor
U V GofTlat and wife.! Mrs G Saze. SpoRane j
Paris IP II Stack. St Paul 1
F S Nash. St Paul 1M A Folsom. Spokan
H Strong, wire and M S Wynkoop and wf,
daughters. Mlnneaplj Tacoma.
S P Garregus, HeppnrjA Muir and wife, Tac
H A Boylan. city B L Pike. Seattle
W G Morrison. Seat t II L E R Wagner. Clnn
O P Exickson. SeattlMrs C- B Andrews.
J T Cowlen. Olympla'W A .Dulghtf San F
P R Bergamer. N T IP J Kelly. Helena
L S Simons. San FranlN Ponton. Seattle
Mrs E L Cass. G PssJB I. Crosby. Tacoma
T J Gorman, Seattle (J F Wlckersham, Chgo
H E Calmer. S F U P Masterson, Seattl
M L Hanllne, Baltmrjl, Turntr. Jr.. Seattle
W O Stewart. ChlgoJF F Templeton. Seattl
L. F Putcr. Eureka G P Halterty and wf,
C B Joseph. San Frn Aberdeen
J M Wright. 8pkn
F R Good. Colfax
F A Bldwell. Vnlon Mr F E.'Rtmcon,
"C H Bldwell. Isl Cty
M LMcCormlck, La
F Gibson. Rickr-all
H B Munson. Salem
F Davenport. Hd Rv Z M Atkinson, do
J II Dorcty. S T
J M Short. Greshma
A M Boll. do
F L Hammond. La
Mrs HanAnond. do
S A Wordell. do
E Owens. Spokane
W E Stowe, Vncvr
Mrs Stowe. do
R Penny. 8 F
I Marx, do
(Mrs Marx. do
G L Bratten. ' do
J H Scott. Salem
Mrs Owens. do
J H Smith. SnohmshE E Gilmer. Seattle
F T Hurtburt, ShnksjJ II Merrick, Walts-
w e waithera. The I burg
IMrs Merrick. do
Mrs W Wormstaff,
IMlss Wormstafl do
I Mrs G S Campbell. SF
IMlss Campbell do
C Wesley. Scio
J W Welch, Astoria
C Kane, do
E C Klrkpatrlck
Mrs Klrkpatrick do
ica Smith. Dalles
J C Tolman. Asblnd
J NIghter. GIdndale
B F Wettlnger. do
J M Wallen, N Y
H W Naylor, Mora
F Rheln. do
Mrs A Rawson. Vaa-lF C Darrow. S F
courer JW Tunhlll. Victoria
Mrs J B Hamilton. (Mrs Tunhlll. do
Robinson. Ill C E Moulton. Tacoma
J A Donahue. W W SI. S McNeS, Seattle
W C Taylor. Alex Mrs McNelT. do
W A Cudweti; KaJmaC O'Donnell. do
Mrs CcdwelL do J L Hill do
LARGEST STOVE PLAMTINTHEWDffl
-WE SELL THE-
PERSONAL GUARANTEE OF THEIR VALUE
. . AS A BAKER THEY HAVE NO EQUAL
J "W Needham, St J E Kelson. Shanlko
Joseph J Street, do
Mrs Need ham, do ID H Welch, Astoria
X It Tooker. city J C Titus. do
E G Kendall, KalmalMrs Titus. do
Mrs Kendall, do G U Sheldon, Tacoma
F F Nelson. ChathmS E Church. Phlla.
Mrs Nelson. do
Mrs Booster. Woodb
W O Beeman, Ashld
Mrs Beeman tnd 2
Mini J Kllllan. Belraa
A S Bush. Bay Centr
Frank Patton. Asto'
T H Delano, S F
Mrs F Patton. Asto
C C Cranky. La GrndL A Bradley. Memphl
P J. Kennedy, city
W L. Whltmoxe, Chgo
Mrs E Daly. Ft
J H Dorletjv S F
Mrs TV L Whltmore.
J If Coffraan. Ortlng
B D Crocker and wr, E E Barr. Quincy
Tacoma (J W Wallace. Indpc
WH Buffington. S F,Mrs J W Wallace
C J Lane, Ashland and daughter. Indpc
J A Borle, Pendltonpnm Browhlll. Madras"
J C Badhom, NY ID S Allen. Lo.i Ant;!
Mr and Mrs B K H B Miller, China
Bush. Bay Center;Mrs Miller. Burns
D W Campbell. Spok(W F Powell. Spokan
W H Whit. yientUetC II ColHsr, Botllngli
THE ST. CHARLES
Robt Johnson. CarltniG II Benjamin,
L Judson, San Fran Woodburn
J C Llewellyn, S F C E Dill. Falls-City
N H Legault Mlzs Rose Perry,
O E Roblson. USA) The Dalles
J C William's. GoldndlT J Connor
Mrs Williams. GolddllR S Lindsay. Keasey
M Ehmen. NebraskaA Monica!, clty
Thoa LIpps. Nebraska)!! Hlbbard, Elgin
R B Gllbreth, T DUs Andrew Lewis. CatUn
Mrs Gllbreth. T DUs G O Holman. McMlnvl
Wm Moran. Oregon G R Motther, GrassV
Edw Beed USA (Hugh Bowen. Grass VI
F C Brown, city (Tom Storey, Stella
C E McFarlane. KlamlMrs Storey, Stella
Mrs McFarlane, IN W Dlllard. Newbrg
Kalama IJ Lynch. Gresham
CF Lansing, Salem Mrs Viola Burr
F McNary. city
Miss Belle Earlrich.
W Wilson, city
Otto Nelson, N Yakm
J Mays. Glencoc
F Crane, Garfield
i E T Prcscott, La Cnt
II W Davis. Halsey
J D Craljr. Ilwaco jj B Johnson. USA
Jas Roblson. Ft Stvns
J W Bethea. Cape H
C E Devol, Ft StevnsiF F Foster
J L Reynolds. Carson
I airs Keynoias. Carson
Mrs Peterson, Marshl
C C Wethercll. Carson
Peter Jensen. OstrndrlMrs Wetherell. Carson
H A Walker. Gray'aRjT B Bldwell. Astoria
S Smith, SprlngwaterD A Mclntyre
F Morrison, ScrantonR R Engle. Boring
Mrs Morrison, Scrnntn0 Sundberg. Claukan'
E T Mason. Astoria
G F Emery. Vancou
Mrs Mason, Astoria
J Grayson. Atlanta
G A Stlnson. Vancouv
IJ Barbean. S F
Mrs Grayson, Atlanta
A Peterson. Skamok
C E Garrett. L Cent:H B Munson. Salem
1. J Gray, Wood!andj If Smith, Snohomish
G Hadley. Blngen B.A Mct'ullom, Penn
F Hennessy, Champg'A E Baker, Pennsylv
Mrs Hennessy, CharnpjW Fluhrer, Mayifer
E Hennessy. ChampglJ McKean, Itng Bch
What The Earth Produces.
The earth has nourished trs through un
known ages of hnmaa existence. Is it not
true that the earth supplies us frith every
thiugthatwc really require for existence?
Have you ever thought that it is probable
that the earth supplies us with the means
to keep our bodily vigor, our health, if we
only knew it? The animals know by in
stinct what is good for them and will search
until they find in some plant what they
need for correcting indigestion or constipa
tion, etc Is it, therefore, not possible that
there are roots and herbs supplied by nature
which will core the diseases that afflict
human kind? That is why Dr. Pierce, of
Bufialo, N. Y., has scch faith in his "Med
ical Discovery." Years ago, when he was
in general and active practice, he fbnnd
that a combination of certain herbs and
roots made into an alterative extract, with
out the use of alcohol, would always put
the stomach into a healthy condition, nour
ish the tissues, feed the blood and nerves
and put healthy tone into the whole'
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
restores the lost flesh by curing diseases of
the stomach and other organs of digestion
and nutrition and enabling the perfect di
gestion and assimilation of food from which
flesh and strength are made. t
"I was all ran down, very nercoas, and suf
fered terribly from stomach trouble, which the
doctor prcaocnccd indigestion.'' writes Mrs.
Wm. Morey, of MarshalC Mich. "I doctored
for a year without permanent relief. Was ad
vised by a friend to try Dr. Pierce' Golden Med
ical Discovery, and aaer the use of nine bottles
I was cored. I can heartily recommend the
Golden Medical Dbcoray' to any one suffer
ing from stomach trouble. My fcssboad was
also greatly benefited by its use."
To gain knowledge of your own body in
sickness sad health send for the People's
Common Sense Medical Adviser. A book
of xcoS pages. Send n cents in staaps for
paper-covered, or, 31 stamps for cloth
feciad copy. Addres Dr. X. V. Pierce. 663
Xsia Street, BaJk!, N. Y.
T Hennessy. ChampglJ H Rces, Sprinkbrk
J N Tnckcr, MlssoulalJ W Sothern, Goldndl
C Frey, Meacham
S Kelly. Euscne
J W Jory, Salem
C Josephson. Scappos
jc H Catlin. Chtlln
iT. n.llniv.. Ratlin
C Forest. Eufaula
R S Smith. Seattle
X Heywood, Seattle
J Scholtz, Catlin
C Watson, Dundee
Mrs Watson. Dundee
II C Wilson, Salem
Mrs Heywood. Seattle
O A Kapell. Rainier
D Rice. Clatskanle
J Blaney. Gray's Rv
W P Mclntire, Ralnr
E Carlson. Kalama
Mrs Mclntire. Ralnlr
A E Benton. S F- IGeo McBride
J H. Peterson and wf.J wife. S F
city iMrs Geo Watklns. .
F C Potter, city I Cincinnati. O
J E" Bwwn and wf.H H Scanlon and wf,
city j Cincinnati
When for the same price you can get
APOLLINARIS IS BOTTLED
ONLY at the Spring, Neuenahr, Germany,
ONLY with its OWN Natural Gas,
and under the BEST Scientific, Sanitary Conditions.
The Kind "Sou Have Always
in use for over 30 years,
Ail Counterfeits, Imitations and" Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the .health of
Infants and Children Experience against Erperiment
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Haie Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
. THE CCMTAUR COMP&NY. TT HURKAT TltT. MtW YORK CITY.
- and Reclining
Folding and Beclining Go-Oarta
and Carriages, 1905 Patterns
Just Received Prices From
$3.50 to $45
The Store That Saves
First and Taylor
C W Ayers and wlfe.lP V Scanlon. Clnclnn
St Cloud. Minn Mrs Chas -White, St L
P A Clancy, T DalIes(Mr3 H W White, St L
W M Slsk. Oaklond;J C White, St Louis
Geo Porter and wife.Mlss M White. St L
Elizabeth. N J Ueo Holdennan, Seatl
II Sylvester and wire.jB J Thomas, Seattle
Elizabeth. N J Chas Cook, Seattle
P A Flint. S F IW W Tlmmins. Seattl
Chas Hubert. EugeneiJ M McKay and wife,
H W Butler and wf.1 Tacoma
Eugene (A Walters. Seattle
C J Mount, city E M Wells, E!k Clty
Tacorrm Hotel. Tacoma.
American plan. Rates. 53 and uju
Hotel IlonneUr. Tacema.
Flrst-clacs restaurant in connection.
at any Bar or Restaurant?
Bought, and which has beea
has borne the signature of
has heen made under his per-
7jt-yf7. sonalsupervision since its infancy.