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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1905.
Ins various sections of the country
"where voting contests have been held
with a trip to the Exposition as the
reward. Yesterday a delegation of
charming young ladies from Ogden
ami Salt Lake reached here and at S
o'clock this morning: another delega
tion will arrive from Boise. There are
eight in the party and they are the
winnere of the Boise Capital-News'
voting contest for the most popular
young ladles of Idaho. They will be
met at the depot this morning by Sen
ator R. W. McBride. Executive Expo
sition Commissioner for Idaho; Pres
ident Myers, of the State Commission,
and Frank L. Merrick, manager of the
Exposition Press Bureau. The latter is
the only bachelor in the reception
RIDE IN STEERAGE
PRETTY GIRL SUFFERED )S
jfrom ivervcuntess axa mi vie aiarrn
iFound Quick RtlUJui a Fez, Days.
Willamette Valley Body Out
lines an Important
First-Class Passengers Can
not Find Accommodations.
ST. PAUL'S LARGEST CROWD
JOHN M. THURSTON SPEAKS
r. villiam A. Quayle Will Give His
Eamous Liecture on Abraham
Lincoln Before the Asso
ciation Tills Afternoon.
'Patriotic and attractive tvlll be the
opening day's programme of the 12th an
nual assembly o the "Willamette Valley
Chautauqua Association, which will be
convened at Gladstone Park this after
Boon. The day has been designated as
."'Patriotic day" by the Chautauqua man
agement, which has included on the pro
gramme an address along patriotic lines
Jn the afternoon by ex-Senator J- M.
Thurston, while in the -evening Dr. "Wil
liam A. Quayle, of Chicago, will give his
famous lecture on "Abraham Lincoln."
Patriotic music will also be rendered by
Parsons' Orchestra. The programme
promises to equal in interest that of any
other day during the 13 days' session.
In securing ex-Senator Thurston to de
liver the opening address, the Chautau
qua officers are exceedingly fortunate.
Recognized as a lawyer and statesman of
great ability. Senator Thurston was
brought Into added prominence as coun
sel for the defense in the land-fraud
cases at Portland, by reason of which
public interest in him has been greatly
Increased, especially on the Pacific Coast.
The opportunity to hear this orator will
be embraced by many. Dr. Quayle, pas
tor of St. James' Methodist Episcopal
Church, of Chicago. Is an orator of Na
tional reputation, and his lecture on
"Abraham Lincoln" is considered his mas
terpiece. On Wednesday afternoon Dr.
Quayle also lectures, his subject being
The first week's programme includes,
besides tne lectures already mentioned, a
grand musical concert Wednesday eve
ning, lectures by Rev. J. Whitcomb
Brougher and Homer Davenport, readings
by Professor Kemp and an operatic can
tata, "The May Queen," under direction
of Professor Frederick W. Goodrich, on
Today's detailed programme follows:
10 A. M. Music, Parsons' Orchestra, of
Portland. Address of welcome. President
Willis Chatman Hatvley, of Willamette
University. Salem, Or. Response, Rev.
L. E. Rockwell, of Portland. Organiza
tion of classes and announcements bv in
structors. Junior Bible study. Rev. How
ard X. Smith. Physical culture. Professor
O. M. Babbitt. English literature, Dr. B
J. Hoadley. Elocution, Professor Everett
Kemp. United States hiBtory. Professor
W. C. Hawley. Musical department. Pro
fessor Frederick W. Goodrich. W. C. T.
U. Institute, Lucia Faxon Additon. state
president Domestic science, Miss Lillian
Tingle. Bible study. Dr. W. C. Sherman.
1 P. M. Overture, Parsons' Orchestra.
2 P. M. Reading. Everett Kemp. Solo.
Patriotic lecture, Hon. John M Thurston
ex-United States Senator from Nebraska.
3:30 P. M. Baseball. Stephens' Addition
of Portland vs. Chemawa,
1 P. M. Music, "American Patrol." Par
t-SP S?J0' "American Hymn." bv
Keller. Miss Mary Alverta Morse, of Oak
&ndV,.C2,L Loct"re' "Abraham Lincoln."
Dr. William A. Quayle. pastor St. James
Methodist Episcopal Church. Chicago
AT THE THEATERS
What the Press Areata Say.
ADVANCE SALE TODAY.
T. Daniel Frnvrley In "Hanson's
Folly" at Marquam Theater.
This morning at 10 o'clock the advance
sale of seats will ppen for T. Daniel Fraw
loy, who comes to the Marquam Grand
Theater next Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday nights. July 13. 14 and 15, with a
special matinee Saturday, in Richard
Harding Davis' comedy-drama, "Ran
son's Folly." The great popularity which
the book attained Induced Mr. Davis to
make a dramatization of It. and it was
produced with much success by Robert
Edeson, who is also starring under Mr.
Harris. The comedy should lose none of
its value through its transfer to Mr. FVaw
ley. as theatergoers are well acquainted
with the splendid talent of this" actor
who should make of the role of "Hanson"
a most Impressive one. Mr. Frawley is
supported by an excellent cast.
LAUGHTER AND MUSIC.
A Prescription Recommended by All
Visiting and Local M. Ds.
All Portland bids welcome to the doc
tors. There is no end to the trouble and
suffering these faithful gentlemen do for
mankind, but did you ever stop and think
what Kolb and Dill, the funny German
comedians, who are presenting the merry
musical comedy burlesque, "The Beauty
Doctor." at the Marquam Grand Theater
tonight, tomorrow afternoon and night,
have done to dispel "the blues" and cause
their patients to have a hundred hearty
laughs in one night. Ask the doctors If
it ten t better than medicine. There are
50 people in the company, ten principals,
fn v f, ln tnelr resPective lines, and
40 beautiful chorus girls, who can sing and
dance to perfection. "The Beauty Doc
tor" is a series of laughs set to music.
For a Summer evening's entertainment
all the doctors will prescribe a dose of
Idaho Sends Young Ladles.
Bevies of beauties are now begin
ning to arrivq jn Portland, represent
Rclcker's Case Goes Over, Pending
A special meeting of the liquor li
cense committee of the City Council
was held yesterdny afternoon, and
in addition to routine matters, lis
tened to an explanation from the at
torney of Paul Reicker. proprietor of
the German roof garden near the en
trance to tho Exposition grounJs.
whose application for a license is in
danger of being denied on account of
tho ugly stories that have recently
emanated from that direction. Lawyer
John F. Logan stated that his client
had been mad the victim of a con
spiracy, and that the criminal pro
ceedings against Reicker, which are
to come up this morning in the Mu
nicipal Court, would develop this fact.
He was willing to lose his license in
case of conviction. The committee de
cided nyt to take snap Judgment in
the matter, but give Reicker an op
portunity to establish the truth of his
Transfers of saloons were allowed
as follows: E. J. Martin to Campbell &
Jenkins, 54 north Sixth street: Len
hard Bros. tQ Peter Slttncr, 30C Rus
sell street; J. B. Johnson & Co., to
Jacob Unger. 253 Alder street; W. A.
Wright to Wright & RostaJ, 212 Alder
street; Paul Jensen to C S. Williams.
So Grand avenue; Charles Vogelsang
to William Mann. 661 Hood street:
Simpson & Triplet to J. D. Murphy. 101
North Third street; B. Barller to Des
camps & Marco, 55 North Second street,
and B. C. White to E. A. Casscns, 275
Mrs. M. A. Macdonald applied for
and was granted a license to conduct
a saloon at S41 Upshur street, it be
ing shown that her husband formerly
ran the place and that she had secured
a divorce from him on account of his
cruel treatment of her. An attorney j
explained that the saloon was ner only
asset, and that it was not her inten
tion to personally conduct the place,
but sell it as soon as possible. Under
these circumstances the license was
The committee adapted a new rule
of referring all future applications for
liquor licenses to the Councilman from
the ward in which the saloon is sit
uated, and, acting upon this idea, the
application of B. Pienlnck. 12S3 Mil
waukle street, was referred to Coun
cllmen Wills and Rushlight; Luciano
& Digldio. 294 Sheridan street, to Coun
cilman Beldlng: Frank Ruckert, 191
Third street, to Councilman Shepherd;
Charles Vogelsang, 21 Alblna avenue,
to Councilman Menefee: William Mann.
061 Hood, to Councilman Beldlng, and
the application of Dietrich Spcrl, north
east corner Forty-sixth and Division
streets, to the City Attorney for his
opinion, as it was shown that thle was
a "dry" district prior to its annexation
at the recent election, the committee
being in doubt as to thoir Jurisdiction.
Wong Toung, 141 Second street, and
Kwong Sang Wa, 142 Second street,
wore each granted a grocer's license to
BRINGS IN WILLIAMSON
(Continued From Page 1.)
JuJgc Bennett led the witness to say
that ho would have sold the claim for
11000 If he had found a chance and
that Gesner could not have done cny
thing to him for It. The witness re
fused to say. however, that there had
not been an implied contract with
Gesner. There had not been a written
contract, but nevertheless the witness
had felt undov obligations to sell to
Gesner w?hen the claim should have
come into his hands.
"When you made that affidavit vou
were swearing to the truth?' asked
Judge Bennett. "I don't know," was
"You believe it to be true yet don't
you?" "If I did once, I do now," the
"Did Neuhausen tell you that you
had perjured yourself when you made
this aftidavit and that they could In
dict you for it?" "No, air."
"He didn't threaten you with in
dictment?" "No, sir."
"Didn't he tell you that he was
after bigsrer fish tnan your "No, I
don't think he did. No, sir."
"Didn't he threaten to indict vou
for perjury or put you In Jail If you
did not swear to suit him?" "No. sir."
"When you talked with Biggs before
you came to the irrand Jury was net
there some .talk about your being in
dicted?' "No. sir."
"Didn't he ask you about the con
tracts and didn't you say there was no
contract?" "No, sir."
"Didn't Gesner tell you," asked Mr.
Heney, "that If you would sell the
lands to him that he would furnish
the money and would take a mortgage
for a short time until you could get a
title, when he would give you 575 for
the claim?" "Yes. sir.
"Didn't you believe at the time you
signed, the affidavit that you were
under an obligation tp turn over the
lands to Gesner if he put up the
money?" "Yes, sir."
John S. Watklns" brought Mr. Wil
liamson into tho case more closely
than he has been up to this time. The
witness testified that he hud been in
duced to take up a timber claim by
Campbell Duncan and that he had gone
to seo Biggs after talking to Duncan.
Williamson and Gesner were wanting
men to file, so Biggs had told the wit
ness, upon lands in the Horse Heaven
country. Tney would furnish the
money and give $503 for tho claims
when patented. The witness had then
gone up into the timber to see tho
land and file. There he had met Wil
liamson and Gesner in the timber sur
veying. Watkins Meets AVilllamson.
"Did Gesner tell you what land he
wanted you to file on?" Mr. Heney
asked. "No, sir, I think It was Mr
Williamson. He said the timber was
about the same all over and took my
book and put Jown the four quarters
of the section and the number of an
other section for my brother-in-law.
Ths next day we went before Birrs
and filed upon it." bb
This witness had Intended to do a
little speculating on his own account
as he testified that he had desired to
pay all of his fees with his own money
if possible, not only in order to keep
ui uic iKijiun ui me law, out also
that he might feel free to ask more
"""i i-iiwoi wnen it nad
been passed to patent.
"You thought you could sell it to
another man If you wanted to do so"
asked Judge Bennett. "It was worth
more than 5500 to you and you in
tended to get ull you could for If"
"Yes. I Intended to sell It for J 800 or
51000 'when 1 got the title. That is I
Intended to get that if I could, and If I
couldn't I would fall back upon Ges
ner and ell to him."
Wllrord J. Crane, a son-in-law of
John Watkins. was called to the
stand, but owing to the noise made
by some carpenters in the corridors of
the building the court adjourned until
this morning at 10 o'clock,
Tickets From Portland to San Fran
cisco Are Sold In East When
Steamers Are Taxed by Traf
fic Originating Here.
Carrying 2S3 passengers, the largest
number ever on the vessel, the steamer
St. Paul left down last night for San
Thirty first-class passengers went in the
steerage becauae there wasn't an inch of
room for them in the staterooms.
It is the tickets for the trip sold la the
East that nil the list days before the
steamer is ready to sail. Yesterday over
1000 persons holding tickets entitling them
to the trip from Portland to California
reached the city. Nearly all wanted to
go on the Columbia Saturday. The list
for the Columbia is already full, with a
long line in waiting. But regardless of
the capacity of the steamers or their
number, the Eastern Harriman offices are
continuing to sell tickets whose pur
chasers are obliged to wait or take an
other steamer when they reach Portland.
The local office of the San Francisco &
Portland Company has been trying to ex
plain conditions by telegraph to the Bay
City office. Another steamer has been
asked for repeatedly, but the Invariable
reply is that the suitable steamer cannot
The Roanoke, the largest steamer out.
fide the Harriman line. Is on her way
from San Franclsqp to Portland with a
good-sized crowd. She will undoubtedly
take down a capacity list. Since the
convention season has opened up, the
traffic between California and Portland
has broken all records, and if more
rt earners were put oa the run there is
little doubt but that they would be also
filled even trip. The F. A. Kllburn, Re
dondo and other steamers plying between
the two ports come north with full state
rooms, and go down the same way. The
only freight on the St. Paul last night
was small consignments of flour and
NEW CREW OX JEXXIE STELLA
Men "Who Declared Schooner Unsca
worthy Paid Off.
ASTORIA. Or.. July 10. (Special.) The
indications are this evening that the
schooner Jennie Stella, which has been
delayed here since Saturday on account
of her crew refusing to go to sea In her,
will be able to sail tomorrow. The
schooner Is making about one inch of
water an hour, and yesterday the plan
was to hold a survey on her.
Today Captain Petterson received In
structions from the owners to pay off the
crew. This he did this evening, and also
shipped a portion of the new crew. He
expects to complete the complement in
the morning and put to sea tomorrow.
The Jennie Stella Is on the way to San
Francisco with a cargo of lumber from
SHIPPING LIST LENGTHENS.
General Ncumayer Is Last Ship to
Be Chartered for Portland.
Twenty-one vessels ore now on the way
to Portland from Europe or have been
chartered for the passage. The last addi
tion to the list was made yesterday after
noon, when Meyer, Wilson & Co. char
tered the French bark General Neumayer,
1454 tons, to load from Hamburg to Port
land. Captain Gauthlcr is In command.
A general cargo, consisting of cement,
pig iron. etc.. will be loaded at once, and
the Neumayer will sail as soon as possi
ble. Her last voyage was from Sydney,
N. S. W., to Hamburg. This Is the first
charter from a European port to be made
for several days.
Wide Disparity on Alliance.
A parrot was the smallest passenger,
and a logging engine weighing 50.000
pounds was the largest piece of freight on
the steamer Alliance, which left down last
night for Coos Bay and Eureka. The en
gine is one ri threo which will be shipped
to a North Bend logging company. They
are the largest ever taken to Coos Bay.
The steamer Northland left down last
night for San Pedro, carrying S50.0M feet
At the Custom House yesterday the
Bteamer W. H. Kruger cleared for San
Francisco with 4S0.0OJ feet of lumber.
Formal notice of the meamshlp Totten
ham by J. J. Moore & Co. was received
yesterday. The announcement that she
would load lumber here was published
several days ago.
G. X. Wentworth Is to be the name of
Captain Hosford's towboat, .whose build
ing was announced rorae time ago. Mr.
Wentworth, whose home is In Chicago. Is
the president of the Portland Lumber
Domestic and Foreign Ports.
ASTORIA. Or.. July 10. Condition of tho
bar at 5 P. M.. smooth: wind, northwest:
wivthr. clear. Arrlred down at ii:jjg anJ
railed at 7 A. M. Steamer Crirlna. for San
San Franclfco. July 10. Felled, at 2:20 P.
M. Bteamer RoanoJce. for Portland. Arrived
Steamer Kora. from Honskoas; steamer
Sierra, from Sydney. Sailed Steamer Meteor,
for Seattle; steamer Breakwater, for Coai
Bay; rteamer Umatilla, for Victoria; nieamer
Chehalln. for Gray's Harbor; steamtr Neva
dan, for Seattle; steamer Newburr, for Gray
Plymouth, July 10. Arrived KaUer Wllhelm
5er Giwae. from New York.
New York, July 10. Arrived Minnehaha,
TWO SHOWS DO NOT OPEN
Exposition Tries to Attach Receipts
and Doors Are Closed.
The Trail was in Its zenith last night,
thronged witV- people who Jostled and
shoved in that good-natured and Joyous
Exposition way. but two of the attrac
tions were dark, the Gay Pare and the
Animal Show. The two concessions were
closed last night upon the refusal of the
proprietor. George Jabour. to allow the
Exposition officials to attach the gross
receipts of the two shows for back per
centage. When the two concessions will
reopen Is a matter of conjecture, as the
relationship existing between Director of
Concessions John W. Wakefield and
George E. Jabour Is strained, and neither
seems inclined to accede to the demands
of the other.
As do nearly all of the concessionaires
of the Exposition. Mr. Jabour pays 23
per cent of gross receipts of the two
shows to the management. He has been
behind In his payments, owing to the ex
pense necessary to operate the two con
cesnionE and the light business, and yea-
MISS SADIE ROUIXSON'.
Miss Sadie Robinson, 4 Hand street.
Maiden. Mass., writes:
"Peruna was recommended to me
about a year ago as an excellent rem
edy for the troubles peculiar to our sex,
and as I found that all that was said
of this medicine was true I am pleased
to indorse it.
"I bejeaa to ue It about seven months
8ro for irealCBeftM and Bervoasacs,
canned from overvrork and aleeplena
ncm, and found that ta n tcvr days I
begaa to jTrorr ntronj?, my appetite in
creased and I began to "leep better,
consequently my nervouMseftn pnnned
a Tray and tae "wenkncnx la the pelvic
orjann ooa disappeared and I hnre
beea well and wtroajc ever alac
Address Dr. S. B. Hartman, president
of The Hartman Sanitarium. Columbus,
Ohio, for free medical advice. All cor
respondence strictly confidential.
terday he received notice that he must
ipay J500 on his back account. This he re
fused to do, and two cashiers were sent
to the Animal Show and the Gay Paree
to collect the groES receipts of the two
shows. Mr. Jabour would not allow the
cashiers to sell tickets, whereupon the
Exposition guard was called and the two
"1 came to Portland with the under
standing that I was to be allowed to open
on Sundays," said Mr. Jabour last night.
"I conferred with Mr. Wakefield In St.
Louis, and We agreed on a certain per
centage. He asked me If Sunday opening
would not be worth considerable to my
business. 1 told him yes. and the per
centage was raised from the original fig
ure to 25 per cent of the gross receipts.
I paid him $500 In St. Louis, and canceled
all of the engagements of my carnival
company and brought the Gay Paree and
the Animal Show to the Exposition.
"On reaching Portland the contract was
presented, but It did not specify that the
Trail would be open on Sundays. 1 asked
Mr. Wakefield, and he stated that the
ministers were objecting, bu he assured
me that the concessionaires would be al
lowed to open. Then I signed the con
tract. I have been steadily losing money,
even though I have not been regularly
paying the Exposition its percentage. Al
together I have paid the management
54000 on percentage and on ground rent,
and 1 refuse to pay any more until I am
allowed to open on Sunday, as Mr. Wake
field said I could when I paid htm the 5500.
I have 520.000 Invested on the Trail and
have about GO people employed. I have
the highest personal regard for President
Goode. and think- that If the case Is pre
sented to him. we will come to a satisfac
tory agreement. Mr. Wakefield made cer
tain representations to me. and If nothing
else can be done, 1 shall take the matter
to the courts."
CAPTURED IN CHICAGO.
Nal Lawrence Wanted In Portland
on Embezzlement Charge.
CHICAGO. July 10. (Special.) After
a search of saveral months, detective to
night arrested at a down-town hotel Nal
Lawrence, a fugitive wanted In Portland.
Or. Lawrence, according to the police,
was employed by a mercantile company
In Portland and embezzled $300.
The Portland police were notified of the
arrest. Lawrence, the police say. will
fight extradition. The man wan accom
panied by his wife when arrested. The
prisoner Is 31 years old.
San Joscans See Exposition.
Two hundred enthusiastic Callfornlans.
representing Santa Clara Vnllcy In gen
eral, and San Jose In particular, reached
the city yesterday morning for a stay of
three days. They Immediately adjourned
to the Exposition and spent the day.
Today they will take the trip up the Co-
But Still in the Fashion.
It Is an ever new and Interesting ctovy
to hear how on& can be entirely made
over by change of food.
"For Vko years I was troubled with
what my physician said was the old-fashioned
"There was nothing I could eat but 20
or 30 minutes later I would be spitting
my food up in quantities until I would
be very faint and weak. This went on
from day to day until I was terribly
wasted away and without any prospects
of being helped.
"One day I was advised by an old lady
to try Grape-Nuts and cream, leaving off
all fatty food. I had no confidence that
Grape-Nuts would do all she said for me.
as I had tried so many thlncs without
any help. But it was so simple I thought
I would give it a trial, she insisted so.
"Well, I ate some for breakfast and
pretty soon the lady called to see her
patient. as she called me, and asked if
I had tried her advice.
" 'Glad you did. child, do you feel some
'No.' I said: 'I do not know as 1 do,
the only difference I can see Is I have no
sour stomach, and come to think of It I
haven't spit up your four teaspoons of
"Nor did I ever have any trouble with
Grape-Nuts then or any other time, for
this food always stays down and my
stomach digests it perfectly. I soon got
strong and well again, and bless that old
lady every time I see her.
"Once an invalid of SS pounds I now
weigh 125 pounds and feel strong and
well, and it Is due entirely and only to
having found the proper food in Grape
Nuts." Name given by Postum Company
Battle Creek, Mich.
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A July' price-cutting event that offers the prudent
shopper extraordinary bargains In the
way of household goods
Two Thousand Bargai
for the Home
lumbia River and Thursday they will spend
about th.e city and Exposition. leaving In
tho evening for Puget Sound.
All are prominent and prosperous resi
dents of enterprising San Jose, and are
Invading this territory In search of any
stray bacilli of enterprise that may hae
escaped them and to see the beautiful
country and the Exposition, so a printed
circular issued by them explains. The
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blood, stomach, heart, liver, kidney and
throat troubles. We cure SYPHILIS
without mercury) to stay cured forever.
In 30 to 60 days. We remove STRIC
TURE, -without operation or pain. In ti
We stoo drains, the result of self-abuse,
Immediately. We can restore the sexual
rigor of any man under 60 by means at
local treatment peculiar to ounelvea.
We Cure Gonorrhoea
In a Week .
Tho doctors' of this institute are all
rcKi'iar graduates, have had many years
expen.e. have been known In Portland
for 15 years, have a reputation to main
tain "" Trill undertake 'no case unless
certain cure can be effected.
Correct Qotks for Hen
Bearing this label
Are in a class by them
selves. Equal money
won't buy as good. More
money cannot buy bet
ter. The makers guarantee, and ours,
with every garment. We are ex
clusive agents here.
311 Mormon St, opp. the Post-OSes
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
fh T. FELIX 60UKAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIED
Removes Taa. PlnpUs,
KrecltJes. JJoth Patches,
Huh, and Skta Dbruet,
aaa erery Diemus
on beaatj. sad tl
fles detection. It
bu stood tii a trtt
of AT years, sad
Is so harmless wt
Is properly made.
Accipt oo counter
feit of similar
case. Dr. L. A.
Bayra said to a
lady of the fcaat
toa (a pattest):
"As Ton ladle
will uSe thia.
'taotirand'a Cream' as Uss leaxt harafal of all tat
skin prsparaUoni." For sal by all drctzists and Fancy
Goods Jjealers la the United States, Csaada and Europe.
FER0.T.H0PMS, Prep., 37 Brrai Jcses Slrat NswTwi'
FOR SAXE aX WOODAJtO. CLARKE CO
FOR TOILET AND BATH
Delicate enough for the aoftert
skin, and yet efficacious in removing
any stain. Keeps the akin In perfect
condition. In the bath rivet all the
desirable after-effects ofa Turkish
bath. It should be on every vaslv
ILL GROCERS AND DRUQQISTS
Bit California Dtmlans Bitter is a great restor
ative, fayijorator and nerrjne. Tho mcstwoodexfitl
aphrodisiac and'special tonic for the sexual organs
of both sexes. The Mexican remedy (or diseases of
the Vidnevs and bladder. Sells on its own merits.
NAtJER. ALFS & BRUNE. Agents
S23 Market St.. Sun Francisco. Send for areolar.
For salt by all druzsixts or liquor dealers.