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Christians in Deurtyul in Pitiful
Plight and No Help
POWERS DARE NOT MEDDLE
mi I lor From Warships Wilhin Days
March, but landing Would Pro
' voke AVar and Fanatics
Might. Swamp Force.
ALKXANDRETTA, Asiatic Turkey,
April 2. Refugees escaping Irom eurt
Ya, which is a small town not far from
Alcxandretta. bring alarming "accounts
f the situation there. They affirm that
loo.cmn Armenians are beleaguered by 50,
VKi Moslems. The besieged are half
starving and the 'Conditions within the
walls of the city are pitiful.
It Is difficult for foreign residents here
to credit these numbers. The foreign
Consuls estimate about eoOO townspeople
and refugees at Deurtyal, with perhaps
as many more Turks threatening them
from the outside. It is certain that no
Armenians are there.
The commanders of tne British and
other warships at this port have had
under, consideration the landing of a
force to relieve the besieged town, which
Is within one day's march of Alexan
Jretta. hut they finally decided that this
was wholly Impracticable, as they had no
right to interfere In a purely internal
afTair and the government declined to
permit the landing of an armed force.
If relieving forces were sent out in op
position to the Governor's wishes, it is
recognized that such an expedition would
be equivalent to a declaration of war
find in addition the largest commands
that the warships could muster would
stand in great danger of being over
whelmed If ihey attempted to force their
way against such Immense odds.
original nomination last month. George
isowell and T. C. Cobb, of Alaska, who
charged Lyons with perjury, but who
were unable to substantiate their
charges before the Attorney-General,
have reewed their charges before the
Senate judiciary committee, and will
be given a hearing by that committee
before action is taken on Lyon8' nom
ination. While the committee may con
firm Lyons' nomination, it Is indicated
they may Insist upon sending him else
where than to Juneau, to which dis
trict he was appointed.
AID NEARS TABRIZ!
PCTEIt AIDS IX LAX!) CASES
Is Active In Assisting Government In
Suits to Regain "Oregon Land.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington. April 26. S. A. D. Puter, of Port
land, arrived here this morning to have
a further conference with the Land Office
officials and the Department of Justice
relative to the Institution and prosecu
tion of civil suits to recover title to Ore
gon timber, lands that were fraudulently
acquired. Puter is particularly anxious
to see the Government regain title to
many lands now held by C. A. Smith and
the Benson-Hyde syndicate.
Russian Troops Continue Their
March Through Persia.
Chicago between representatives of the
hippers and railroads, at which a tenta
tive agreement was reached. The re
sult of that agreement is embodied in
the tariffs just filed. No reduction hat
been made on the traffic from the Pa-
ciric Coast, but It is exnertert that
ariffs soon to be filed Will make a.
ENTIRE DIVISION ON WAY
TOWN OF H.YDJIX IX FIjAM.ES
Fired In Moslem Assaults Ameri
can Consul Gets Lntakia Relief.
BEIRUT, April 26. The town of Had
Jin, about 100 miles to the north of
Alexandretta. where the residents have
withstood the assaults of the fanatics
for the last week, was in flames yester
day. According to reports received here
today several quarters escaped and up
to midnight Sunday all the Americans
were safe. At this place there are five
American women missionaries.
1-ntHkia. in Syria, has ben -.-eliove'd
thank to the efforts of the American
t onul-Goneral at Beirut, Gabriel B.
Kavndal. who secured the co-operatlori
of the French cruiser Jules Ferry which
arrived at Itakia today.' Thousands
of refugees have been pouring Into La
takla and the presence of the French
warship there will have much influmse
In controlling the situation. The refugees
re mostly women and children, many of
the male members of the families hav
ing been killed.
The Consml-General has aUo su-'ceorlad
In Inducing the local authorities to take
measures for the relief of the eoplo iind
they are responding sympathetically and
RENEW BUTCHERY AT ADAXA
Moslem Fanatics Break Forth Again
on Sunday Night.
iul, Kni 7- 27 Delayed dispatches
Just received here say that the carnage
at Achilla was renewed Sunday night and
nirinv vl-.m.a L-mn.j .t . ..
......... j ne nrst massacres at
. I',,, , a" American missionary
?.. ..r rcsultod the slaughter of
1 i.t.00 persons. Advices Indicate that
.... ..i..jm-iu aumorcties have
tucked the city.
SEXATE FAVORS JUDGE BEAN
Washington Congressman's Brother
Also Named for Alaska Judge.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington. April 26. The Senate judiciary
commlttee today reported favorably on
the nomination of Judge Bean.
The President today nominated Ed
ward E. Cushman, a brother of Rep
resentative Cushman. of Washington.
for Federal Judge of the Third Alaska
RIGHT TO PAY FEES ASKED
Echo of Great Battle Heard in Letter
or Mrs. Seip to Council, "Which
She Says Will Be Considered.
Renewed efforts on the part of the
spiritualists of Portland to secure the
right to practice their art here came to
light yesterday afternoon, when a com
munication from Mrs. Sophia B. Seip,
state president, was received by the gen
eral license committee of the City Coun
cil. The committee gave the matter very
little consideration, but Mrs. Seip stated
last night she will see that her letter
goes to the Council and that it receives
the attention she deems it deserves.
Mrs. Seip and her followers desire the
right to be licensed that they may ply
their trade, which they are, now forbid
den to do under the terms of the Cottel
ordinance, framed by Harrison B. Bar
rett, at one time National president of
the Spiritualist organization. It was
about one year ago that he and his as
sociates, among them Rev. Green C.
Love, took up the fight against the fac
tion led by Mrs. Seip, and succeeded, with
the assistance of Councilman Cottel, in
passing the present law. It is very strict.
ana roroias the practice of any kind of
so-cauea psychic art.
"I will see that the matter about which
I wrote to the Council receives the at
tention it deserves," said Mrs. Seip last
night. "It is worthy of earnest consid
eration, and it will be considered. I
asked the Council to repeal the Barrett-
oitei ordinance because I feel the city
.iwiieu iq receive a ree from each
medium. At present no fee can be paid
v me cny necau.se the ordinance for
ums me practice of the art. here. Not
j...i.1auuu.g hub, nowever, 1 can name
40 people who are practicing under other
mmes man tnose specified in the Bar-
reti-uottel measure. I suggested that the
Council llx a fee of not to exceed $15 a
Muaner, ana t..at we be allowed to prac
tlce. The city needs the money in it
treasury, and it should be receiving it
At the time of the activity of Barrett
and Love, the spiritualists of this region
were greatly Ciaturbed, and were divided
Into two factions, led by Barrett and
Mrs. Seip. Barrett, who was then minis
ter of the First Spiritualist Church of
Portland. Is now said to be In California
Mrs. Seip has long lived in Portland and
...... mis piace ner home.
Not Only Center of Uprising to Be
Occupied, but Whole Country
Will Be Patrolled by
ST. PETERSBURG. Aril 26. The Rus
sian .column under General Snarsky Is
continuing its march toward Tabriz, re
gardless of the reported understanding
between the Shah of Persia and the Na
tionalists. Since the danger to Europeans
n Tabriz would again become acute im
mediately this pressure was removed, the
xpeditlon will be kept in Persia until
the Shah's pledges to Institute a proper
government are actually put into effect.
The Russian advance has been slower
than was expected owing to the absence
of horses for transportation. The first
detachment will not reach Tabriz until
late tonight. No opposition is expected
until at the gates of Tabriz from the
Caucasian mercenaries. The expedition
s taking with It food supplies to relieve
the immediate necessities of the popula
The expedition Is assuming larger pro
portions than was a. first contemplated.
In addition to a battalion of 1000 rifle
men and detachments of artillery, engi
neers and field telegraphers, two other
battalions of 1000 men each have left
Tiflis for the frontier. Ultimately an en
tire army division will bo moved into
Persia, and detachments stationed at
various towns now in the control of rob-
ber tribesmen, who since the entire col-
apse of the authority of the Shifh have
made life and property absolutely unsafe
throughout Northern Persia.
Ambassador Riddle :.j in close touch
with Foreign Minister Iswolsky, and Is
keeping the State Department fully in
formed. General Snarsky has been in
structed to look out for the safetv of
ABDUL MUST ABDICATE
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H!e . .for or tnree da-ya toi"iv"e
a definite opinion as to whether his
spine is injured.
Alexander A. Garguilo, first drago
man of the American embassy, who
also was wounded by a stray bullet is
Improving. He probably will be well in
Shefket Declines Premiership.
Schefket l'asha. commander of the Con
stitutional army, is the man of the hour.
? ne fading civil members of the commit
tee of union and progress desire him to
be Grand Vizier in succession to Tewflk
rasha, and he has been assured that a
majority of Parliament would gladly sup
port a ministry under his leadership In
succession to the 'Tewflk ministry, which
riJTi .u proposals. Schefket
Tasha said the Premiership afforded such
srv endid opportunity to assist in the po
litical development of the country that
he would not have refused to accept the
honor had it come to him under any oth
er circumstances, but that he could not
ccept it while still leader of the army.
To do so would not accord with his Ideas
of civil and political liberty of action
A major of the guard at the imperial
palace of Ytldiz Kiosk has confessed he
was paid 6500 to act with the palace
RUSSIA CHANGES HER ENVOY
Kccnlls Man Too Friendly With Fal
len Abdul Ilamld.
ST PETERSBURG. April 26. M. Zin
ovlerr. Russian Ambassador to Turkey
lias been recalled and General F. F
la Itzan has been appointed to that po
sition. M. Zlnovleff s retirement. It is stated,
is due to his inability to understand the
new condition in Turkey, owing to his
age and long associations with the Sul
tan, with whom he sympathized The
recall of the Ambassador has been con
templated since the revolution In Tur-
t v mm jiuy.
General Palltzin's appointment is an
Indication that there will be no change
in the present ministry, and certain
high officials express the belief today
that M. Iswolsky would retain the port
folio of Forelgn"Mlnister indefinitely.
LYONS CHARGES RENEWED
Sonaie Committee Sets Day for
Hearing Perjury Complaint.
OREGONIAN NfcVS BUREAU. Wash
ington. -April 26. The nomination of
Thomas Ti. Lyons as Federal Judge in
Alaska is held up by the same charges
that caused the withdrawal of his
TORNADO TEARS UP TOWN
XT1. . . . .
nuimins Damaged and 12
M. . Y' Apr" 6. Sixteen
persons were injured, one perhaps fatally
In a tornado which destroyed a large
i... j i "-entranama, near
iUUay. A cnna or Rev. E. J. Mat
VfVc r ..i "eatn rrom lts injuries.
ana ner rour other chll
dren were also injured.
... """ was oamy bruised and his
couaroone was broken. Two others were
...... oci luuaiy injureo
XT. : i .i . .....
v.ii . """uln ln e town remains
wholly intact after the storm. Twelve
buildings. Including the Methodist, Bap
tist and Presbyterian Churches.
IVn. wrked- The town contains about
'.""iuin. many or these are home
less as a result of the storm.
A terrific rain and hail storm followed
the tornado, greatly adding to the dam-
FILIBUSTERS ARE STOPPED
Captain Benson, of Cruiser Albany,
Blocks Move on Salvador.
WASHINGTON, April 26,-Captaln Ben
ui me American cruiser Albany
W hfi no Kaon 4 m . - r 1
.. .ii enirai America, was
i..cai.B L stopping an alleged fill
- f,.., , uummana or Cap
tain John Moissant, an American, who
was about to cross from Nicaragua into
i ...- cjLpeaiuon was to have started
under cover of night, it was learned to-
" captain JBenson threatened to open
.... n.c oupjju.M-u niiousxers made
DAILY TRIBUNE SUSPENDS
Pendleton's Morning Paper to Issue
rLMJLETON. Or.. April 28. (Special
Tomorrow morning's Tribune will con
tain tne announcement that hereafter th
papur win appear as a semi-weeklv In
stead of a daily. The Daily Tribune has
had a decidedly precarious existence ever
since u was rounded nine years ago.
SEVEN. DIE ON SUBMARINE
Explosion on Italian Boat Necesssl
tates Her Being Sunk.
NAPLES, April 26. An explosion on the
ouunianne ooat coca today killed seven
....... aim i"juiru several, a ne boat was
sunn ai ner aocK to prevent further ex
ARGUES SPOMVXF RATE CASE
Lirriman Wants It Reopened Ex
tension of Time Likely.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Anril 26 S r
Dillard, counsel for the Union Pacific,
today made argument before the Inter
state Commerce Commission asklns-
the Spokane rate case be reopened with
view to restoring the old Union Pi.
iflc rate of $3.60 from Chicago. He
said the new rate of $3 was unremuner-
tlve to the Union Pacific, because their
route from Chicago to Spokane is 410
miles longer than the Northern Pacific
nd Great Northern.
It Is expected that the order of the
Commission In the Spokane case, which
was made effective on May 1, will be ex
tended to June'l in order that the lines
affected by it may have ample time in
which to comply with Its provisions. . If
tne tanrrs riled under the order should
not be satisfactory to the- Commission.
the railroads will have the option of
making them so or going into the United
btates courts to ask for an injunction
to restrain the Commission from putting
its oraer into effect. Such action would
place the whole matter before the' courts
and it is regarded as not unlikelv that
that, eventually will be the result.
MALHEUR SURVEY ORDERED
Balllnger Anxious to Test Feasibil
ity of Irrigation Project.
ONTARIO. Or.. April 26. rSneclal.-
aeureiary Balllnger. of the Interior De
partment, has telegraphed the recla
mation officials at Boise orderingjm-
meaiaie work in field to begin bv sur
veyors and engineers for the Malheur
Lxovernment irrigation oroiect. v. VI.
weymoutn, supervising engineers for
mis reclamation district. Is at Boise
today, gathering a crew of engineers
and surveyors and says he will be In
Ontario within a day or two to begin
Secretary Balllnger directs that the.
worK -be hastened sufficiently to per
mit his personal inspection when he
visits Ontario in June. He states that
lr tne project looks feasible at tv.ni
time he will order the work to be
rarapieiea as soon as possible.
r-eopie here feel sure the Govern
meni project will be built, as former
surveyors promised great success. Pri
vate Interests, who have been nroteat-
jiis againsi me Government nrolee.t
were heard by Secretary Balllnger in
wasnington last week, and he stated
to mem uiat if they could show den
jmeiy mey were finanr- n. v im.
build the project and that the people
want a private project, they may be
pcrniiliea, to DUlld.
VETERANS GIVEN VOUCHERS
Indian Fighters May Now Apply for
OLYMPIA. Wash.. Anril ro-.
cial.) The Attorney-General is'prepar
lng blank forms of vouchers under
vvnicn payments will be made of the
ii,uui appropriated by the last Legis
ior me reiier or the veteran nr
me jnuian wars or 18&5-6.
The Adjutant-General has ruled tho
every claim must be supported hv n.o
affidavits of two comrades of the
claimant. The vouchers will be audited
by the Attorney-General and State Au
ditor. . The money Is to be distributed
at the'rate of 2 a day for each private
for each day served, with nay to officers
according to the pay then allowed sim
ilar officers in the United States Army.
COURT- CUTS JUDGMENT
Damages Awarded Reduced From
$1900 to $1300.
OLYMPIA. Wash., April 26. Sne
clal.) The State Supreme Court today
ordered the $1900 judgment recovered
Dy jurs. x: w. Hoyt, of Seattle, against
me .independent Aspnait Paving Com
pany reduced to $1300 or else a n
trial win be had.
She was Injured by a fall on planking
on a street the paving company was
improving. The $600 out Is made be
cause the trial judge instructed the Jury
it couia aiiow tnat amount for a pros
pective operation upon Mrs. Hoyt, while
tne proof at the trial was that the oper
ation, lr necessary, resulted from trou
bles caused by the fall.
TO REVISE INLAND RATES
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states, arrived today, and will conduct
the hearing. Railroad men and others
have been subpenaed in large numbers
to give testimony, and It Is believed
that two weeks will be consumed in
the taking of evidence.
n,speciai attention will be given to
the relationship between the Harrlman
road. and the San Pedro. Los Angele
& Salt Lake, known as "The Clark
REDUCE WESTBOUND TARIFFS
Transcontinental Roads Grant Cut
From Atlantic to Pacific.
WASHINGTON. April 26. An imnor
tant series of rates was filed today with
tne interstate Commerce-Commission af
fecting westbound traffic to Pacific Coast
terminals. The rates, which are to be
come effective June 5. make an average
reduction of 10 cents per 100 pounds on
an commodity tariffs from the Atlantic
seaboard to the Pacific Coast.
On January 1 the transcontinental rail
roads put into effect rates to the Pacific
Coast to which the Western shippers
strenuously objected. It was evident tha
complaints were to be made to the Inter
state Commerce Commission unless some
equitable adjustment of the question
coma De reached.
Conferences were held in February at
FEES FIVE CENTS OFF
EXPERT'S REPORT ON COUNTY
CLERK'S OFFICE GIVEN OUT.
Amount Collected in Period Exam
ined $151,191.01 and Turned
Over to Treasurer.
The difference between the amount
received In the recording department of
the County Clerk's ffice since Frank
S. Field3 has been in office, and the
sum turned over to the County Treas
urer is just 5 cents, according to Ex
pert J. V. Ferguson's report, which
has been filed In the County Court. Mr.
rerguson also says:
1 take pleasure in renortlnor that T
have found everything in order. All
fees have been checked in the reception
record and verified, and have been
turned over to the Treasurer promptly.
The total amount of fees collected dur
ing the period of this examination (be
tween July ?, 1902, and April 1, 1900) is
$151,191.01. and the amount turned over
to the Treasurer. $151,190.96. The re
port shows two errors of 25 cents and
JO cents, respectively, in the last seven
The annual amount of the
has been as follows:
14, 238. 90
July 7, 1902 to June 30, 1903..
July 1. 1903 to June 30. 1904. .
July 1, 1904 to June 30. 1905..
July 1, 1905 to June 30. 1906..
July 1, 19116 to June 30. 1907..
July 1, 1907 to June 30, 1908..
July 1. 1908 to April 1, 1909..
An estimate of the amount of feen
Mr. Fields should have received falls
short by nearly $600 of the amount
actually collected. This estimate is as
iouows: 148 books of deeds, 480 pages
10 me, dook, at 55 cents a page, $39,072
j-u nouns oi mortgages, at 60 cents a
page, $36,S64; 25 books of chattel mort
gages, at 60 cents a page, $7200; seven
ooks or mechanics' liens, at 55 cents,
$1848; five books miscellaneous
records, at 55 cents a-page, $1320; In
dexing 127,072 records, at 40 cents, $50,
oio; i,zbt marginal releases at 25
cents. $4816. and 1235 nlats at 17 ench
$8645; total. $150,593.80.
Mice 1907, when the Torrens land
act went into effect, property to the
value of $316,135 has been registered.
ine amount of the fees which have
been placed to the credit of the Tor
tens' Indemnity system fund is S316.3R.
THUGS ELUDE OFFICERS
Men Who Made Rich Haul at Elber-
ton Still at Large.
SPOKANE. Wash., April 26. (Spe
ciai.j with four hours' start and
wrecaea telephone and telegraph in
sirumenis behind them, the trio of
mugs who wrecked the Elberton bank
and postofflce last night have baffled
the officers of Whitman County, who
are scouring the country for them.
trace was lost at Garfield, at which
point a railway speeder was stolen and
used on one of three lines running- Into
the city. The cracksmen secured about
joo postofflce money, and are supposed
to have carried away $2000 deposited in
a strong box of the safe. The battered
condition or the Bate makes it impos
siDie to open to ascertain the loss.
Sheriff Carter and posse have deputized
all available men to watch the entire
county. The postofflce at Oakesdale
was also burglarized of $15 last night.
SUBPENA SERVED ON HILL
Records in Gordon Case Must
Taken to Spokane.
SPOKANE. Wash., April 26. After six
weeks' effort, a subpena has been served
by Deputy Sheriff S. D. Doak on Louis
. mm, president of the Great North
era Railroad, summoning him to appear
before the grand jury of Spokane County
ana orrng wnn nim documents needed in
the investigation of charges of embezzle
ment against M. J. Gordon, former coun
ot 1 mo nuiroaa. i ne papers were
served on President Hill, Saturday, in
ms Bt. faul office. The papers demand
ea include tne company s files in the
Sparrow damage suit, all the auditor's
records showing shortage charged to
Judge Gordon, and all Gordon's letters
relating to' the Frost and Cope damage
TAXICAB CRACKS SKULL
Pacific Telephone Official Seriously
Injured in Los Angeles.
i'us A.NjEiL.i, - April 36. Frank A.
.Money, special agent for the Pneifl
States Telephone & Telegraph Company
ana wen Known on tne Pacific Coast,
was sirucK Dy a taxlcab tonight and
mrown to tne pavement. He suffered t
fracture of the skull and is in the hos
pital In a serious condition.
PUSH CLUBS WANT BRIDGE
East Side Bodies Demand Immediate
Construction of Madison Span.
The United East Side Push Clubs held
a mass meeting last night in Marguerite
Hall. Hawthorne avenue and East Thirty
fifth street, with Judge M. G. Munly pre
siding. At this meeting Richard '
tague delivered an exhaustive review of
TROUSSEAUX FOR JUNE BRIDES
Owing to the rush yesterday for the fine French
would suggest that
with Miss Hubhs
this week, for th
SPRING WHITE SALE
Thousands of pieces of fine Mus
lin Underwear selling at special
reduced prices. Lot after lot is
marked at most attractive bar
gains. Gowns, Chemises, Skirts,
Drawers, Corset Covers, Combi
nations, Etc., Etc., all
Reduced This Week
Assortment J 1 1 f
of Gowns P I I U
Assortment O Q
Children's Caps OC
Assortment Q Q
Child's Rompers- s C
Assortment fcl lf
Child's Dresses 31.1U
$ 1 .69
Thousands of yards of
L fine Swiss and Nain
sook Embroideries in
every dainty design and
width. Immense as
sortment to select from
for every need. Two
VALUES UP TO $1.75
, YARD FOR ONLY
VALUES UP TO 95c
YARD FOR ONLY
Sale of new Platte . Val. Wash
Laces and Insertions, 1 1-2 to 6
inches wide, in round, diamond
and filet mesh; values up to 50c
White Sale 12 l-2c
It is certain you will want a lot of things you see tempting
ly priced, in our Silk, Summer Underwear, Hosiery, Wash
Goods, Linens, Waist and Suit Dept., Laces, Embroideries
The Smallest Prices o the Y
the commission charter. He declared
the present system of municipal govern
ment in the United States is a failure,
and outlined why the commission plan
promises to be more successful. Judge
Munly also spoke briefly on the commis
The delay in erecting a new Madison
bridge was discussed, and resolutions
were adopted reciting the loss and incon
venience resulting from closing the Mad
ison bridge and demanding. In view of
the fact that bonds have been issued and
sold, that the construction of a new
structure be undertaken immediately.
In addition to the resolution, M. O. Col
lins, from the East Harrison Street Im
provement Association, submitted a pe
tition addressed to the Kxecutlve Board,
asking that the bridge be expedited.
This was indorsed by the meeting and
signed generally by those present.
a few days ago upon information sent out
by Chief of Police Qritzmacher. The
complaint was made by Etta Reynolds,
the wife of the wounded man.
Pumps that fit at Rosenthal's.
Multnomah Bar to Meet.
The Multnomah Bar Association will
meet tonight in Department No. 1 at the
Courthouse. W. P. LaRoche, formerly
of the Savannah bar, will address the
association on "Practice, a Few Com
parisons." Edward A. Lundburg, for
merly of Chicago and associate law part
ner of I. A. McNary, ex-City Attorney,
will talk on "Federal Supervision of Pri
vate Corporations'." Members of the as
sociation are urged to attend.
Jfegro Knife-Man Returned.
Isaac Dangerfleld. a negro who stabbed
another colored man named Reynolds
about two weeks ago at Ninth and Flan
ders street, was brought bad. from Walla
Walla last night by Detective Mallett.
The negro was arrested at Walla Walla
m a, iii i. m i w n
If yon hav never before tried
Try it now
And judge for yourself
Umbrella Repair Work
Fully equipped factory on the
premises. Best work, prompt serv
ice, most reasonable prices.
Guaranteed Waterproof Covers put
$1.00 to $5.00
309 Morrison St. C. F. Berg, Mgr.
If you should spend all your
spare cash in going to thea
ters you could not buy one
half the entertainment you
can with a small part of
that money invested in a
modern Talking Machine.
Just drop in and hear your
favorite selection o'n your fa
vorite machine. We have all
the makes Victor, Edison,
Columbia and others. Re
member, it's to your advan
tage to deal at headquarters.
What tha "Hrltlsh Op
tician. th official organ
of th eye specialist! o
Europe, had to 5ay about
"LONDON". Mav 29.
The- wonderful skill
with which Thi.mpnon
discovers the various de
fects of the eye has
caused quite a sensation
nmonit thrt oculists of
fc&ss? tiemonntrated beyond a
oouui nat ne is master
of his profession."
VOIR EYES DESERVE THE BEST
Corbett Bide. Second Hour.
AND CALLING CARDS
W.G. SMITH & CO