Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 06, 1911, Page 3, Image 3

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Mrs. Mae Davis Seeks Divorce
From 18-Year-Old Spouse
After Two Months.
After Bnj-tns Wcddlnc Ring and
raying Expense With Tier Own
Memry. Woman Lcirn Young
Clerk's Home.
JTCW TORK. Not. I Speolal.)
Two month after the wedding. Un
Mm. Davta baa brought ault for divorce
against Eugene W. Davis. Just oat or
high school, with whom aba waa ao as
sured of happiness before tha ceremony
that. In Tiw of hla lean aaiarr aa
salesman In a Manhattan department
tore, the bought with her own money
tha wedding ring and paid all tha ex
penses Incidental to the ceremony. She
asks alimony and counael fees.
Mrs. IaTla aaserta that her boy hus
band treated her In a "cruel and In
human manner" after they had been
married a ahort time, and that ho re
fused to dine wl'h her although they
were living under the ame roof. Mra.
Davis la now In Key West. Fla.
Their romanca waa one of the board-lnr-hou!i
kept by Gene's mother, at
1417 Pacific street. Brooklyn. Mls Mae
I'a Leon cama to New fork from
Florida to visit her sister, a boarder
at tha Davta home. F.usrene. Juat
graduated from the boya blub achool
and aarnlng bla Brat dollara In tha
great world, became amltten of her
charms. Ha aaya now that ha did not
know aha waa elarht yeara hla senior
and that aha had unhappily married
be for.
Marriage "Xa) riewaa lady."
Aa Gene arplatna it. tha marrlaga
waa "to plaaaa tha lady." When aha
aeemed ao fond of him. offered to pay
all tha expenses of tha wedding and to
maintain btm from her private Incom
until better daya came, ha aald h
could not gracefully refuse. So, with
her money, thay wara married and tha
brldregroom'a mother Inatalled tha
newlyweda In the best room In bar
house, with her bleaslr.g..
During their courtship. Mra. Davis
kept a eweeihearfa diary recording all
tha loving words her aultor poured Into
her ear. but after the weddlnr. tha
book became a record of unhapplnesa,
from which the following excerpts ara
Introduced In Mra. Darla- stilt:
ia Our Brat quarrel. Oena r fused
to dine with me. . 1 Ha save we will never be happy
trveeter. Ha. aik.4 me to t a leaal e.p
araiton. Sept. -Oet. t Oene ha. treated nae tn
a eol.l. cruel and tnhumaa meaner. Haa
refused and still refuses to dine, speak er
aa.ocis.te with me. aitbouxh are living
trnrter t"ie roof.
O-t. S We have a one o'lt together just
two n'vhl. since our we.Mlef. It hee cost
nene rent. 10 for car fere and 10 for aa
even, he boueM me. Whenever Mrs. Davie
ha. company X am excluded from the room.
lla.baad Dlaaaea Wife.
Oene blamee hla wife for tha eepara
t!c.n. He aaya ho came home on tha
day of their tlrst quarrel with a alck
headache and that Instead of giving
him a wife's cara and attention. Mra.
Davis went on hay-rack excursion to
Toner Island and did not return until
tha following morning. When ha
.iced where she had epent the night,
ha aaya aha answered evaalrely: "with
a cousin."
That vary evening, relataa Gene, ha
found a note addreesed to hla wlfa
while ha waa aearchlng bureau drawera
for bla raaor. aiming to remora that
fuss which accumulatea on a man' a
fare at IS yeara. Tha not follows:
nearest: I have been te the poet" mre
v.rr dev. and ao letter yet! Whr don't
rou write? Am t ftn to b pualabed aa
soon f -r tha foily I hare done?
-After that." aald Gene, "sha got bar
mall at tha postofTlce. Sha accused
me of being friendly with other wo
men, but aha waa my nrat sweet
heart" Oene' mother hopes tha newlyweda
will have a reconciliation.
3uartrr-Cmtcnary of Albany Cath
olic School CeWrtHi.
.LBANT. Or.. Nor. S. (SpedaO
With many people who have taken a
prominent part In Ita establishment
and development present at tha quarter-centennial
exercises, the Academy
of Our Lady of rerpetual Help, a Catb
o'.lc Seminary for younr women, in thl
rlty. celebrated the lath anniversary
cf Ita foundation today.
The exerclaea were held thl fore
noon la ft. Mary' Church. The Jubilee
hirh maaa waa conducted by Vary Her.
1-rlor. of Mount Ansel, who was present
when the Institution was dedicated Zi
vara aao. He waa aaalated bv Her.
rather Arthur 1-ane. rector of tha Al
bany pariah, and Father T. Meagher
and Father T. O'Kelllv. Jesuit ralsslon
artee of Spokane.. Ulster M. Rosa, tha
first dlrectre.a of the school, waa
present at the exercise aa waa tha
Mother Superior of Mount Angel, who
wa. at one time tta principal.
The academy waa founded In lis,
when, at the request of Father Metayer,
for many year rector of the Albany
parish. Mother Bernardino, of Mount
Anrel. sent aeveral slater, hero to form
tn achool. The Institution waa dedi
cate ;-. yeara aco bv the lata Arch
bishop Gross. Tr.e achool rrew rapidly
and tor many yeara haa been a well
kr.own edu. atlonaJ Institution. Ita
equ:rrnent waa greatlv enlarged about
tnree year, aao by tha erection of a
aldltton to the former achool
The a-ademy 1 p'annlng to ho'd spe
cal Jubilee everclsea In honor of It
n'lart-r-cntennlal later In tie month.
Vsnrogtrr May Vote on Commission
Rnle perrnibrr .
VAM-Ol'VER. Wash. Nov. S. (Spe
cial t At several of the Protestant
churrhea todav. petitions asking that
t.a uueirtlon of a commission form of
government for the itty of Vancouver
be voted on were signed, and tha num
ber cf signers now ta enough to call
the election.
It la the Intention of the Vancouver
Ministerial Aseoclatlon to have the
question voted upon at tha municipal
election December i. thus eavlrg tha
expenae of a special election. The mat
ter of a ctmmlaion form of aovern
Tnent waa trouvht up at a recent meet
ing of the Taxpayers' Association. Tha
petition will probably he presented to
lb,e City Council tomorrow ovaalng.
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IONDON. Nor. t. Special.) The Duchesa of Vlreu. who wa Mlaa
Anita. Stewart of New York, daughter of Mra. Jama H, 6mith and
helrese of "Silent" Smith's millions, whose husband. Prince Miguel of
Braaranza at the time of the marriage, renounced hla clalma to the
Portuguese throne and became the Duke of Vlxeu. haa become almost
totally deaf. .
While mountain climbing af bar mother- place In Scotland, recent
ly, the Duchesa felt something crack In her -ear. as aha explained the
aensatlon later. She aftorwarda found herself so deaf that sha could
only hear a voice shouting loudly In her ear.
League Opposes Suffrage in
State of California.
Woman's Initiative. Organisation Is
to Try to Secure Kcpeal or
Amendment Recently Passed
by tire People.
SAX FRANCISCO. Nor. S. (8peclat)
-The Womana Initiative League, an
organisation working for the repeal of
tha equal .ufTrage amendment
naaaed and tha restoration 01 the for
mVeleotoral qualification of n"
"pVnad Teadiuirter. In San Francl-co.
T " wll begin acUr work at
rUZ11 .
tnembera will extend their wora
throughout tha atate. ,.,v
The initiative league la to work out
Its p'.n with the aid of the recently
LrUted power of Initiative and refer
Indum and will begin Immediately to
lecure tha algnaturea of voter necea
To b!v. the question of re.tricted
aurrrnite aubmltted to the atate at the
Prudential election of November
B"y the Crt of thla week the women
will have their petition. In circulation
r.r. and they are counting on
In enough algnaturea from San Fran
cuco aione to make the .ubmlaalon of
the amendment poaalble. .
According to the statement Issued
by the headnnartera yeaterday the
total number of elnaturea will
less than 40.000. The amendment
Granting q auffraae waa oppoeed
ETrt by a larger rota than that, con.e
ouentlj the women ax anticipating
mtl. or no difficulty In gaining
rThePIn,ltlatlve league haa mora than
lit member, on Ita roll at pre.ent and
the Hat la inereaalng dally, according
o the attement of thoae In author
ty I." of the woman har. rolun
tee'red to aid In tha petition work so
thlVth. ruult of the campaign In that
particular direction may be gained at
""I." Mrt of their preliminary work
the initiative taagua la
many letter, explaining
tor Ha objection to the granting of
equal The reason, given In
clude aU of thoa. advanced by tha op
ponents during the recent campaign,
with particular emphasis upon the
probability of "the withdrawal of
those very many courteale. and prlrl
lgTa wbTch are now a gladly glr.n
'"The" leigna Is to be exolualrely a
woman's organization and Its exten
sion dependa eomewhat npon Ita auo
ceea bere In San Francisco.
W bellere." aald one of the
women leaders of the leasrua. "that
the. small majority of rotera who
passed the amendment waa not repre
aentatlve of the will of the people. If
w, succeed In t1h,'""h a
submitted again, and It la loat Ih a
general election, we have nothing more
to sav but we shall then be aatlaned
that the majority of men and women
deem It beet-"
remtnued from rtrvt Pore.
with tha Mount Wilson Observatory
and flying close to the ragged aide of
the mountain.
Hla machine, a "baby" Wright that
bas only an 1 foot apread of wing,
seemed to healtato tor an Inatant as
th aviator careened It Into the peril
ous, though spectacular, aplral glldo.
At this time he waa directly over tha
park, but aa bo came down toward the
earth Ms flyer described aver widen
ing curves until be waa within a few
hundred feet of the ground.
Iloaaey Ils Esai Vm.
Then Bodrora peirformed one of the
dips that Hoxaey waa performing when
he waa killed, at Oomingues field, with
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in eight of Mount Wilson, last Decem
ber. ftodfrers first words after ho had
been finally rescued from the clamor
ous crowd, were:
"Well, one thing Is certain; you can
not do a transcontinental flight In JO
days." . '
Itodgers also declared that bis own
flight, begun Beptomber 17 and fin
ished today. 4 daya later, would not
bo duplicated for a year or more.
"Thirty-day trips acrosa the Con
tinent by aeroplane will ba out of the
question." Rodgers declared, "until
there are radical Improvements both
In flying machines and motors."
Death Oftea Kear at Band.
Rodgera atatement waa based on an
experience which embraced, he aald,
nearly a acore of narrow escapes from
death. Since leaving Yuma, nerve and
dexterity In managing a flying ma
chine encumbered with a dead engine
alone haa saved him on at leaat two
occasions. Once at Imperial Junction
he volplaned 4000 feet with one band
on the controlling lever of the bi
plane and the other clutching parta of
the machinery to prevent the broken
motor and propellers from thrashing
the flimsy aeroplane fabrlo to pieces.
In tha final stages of the flight to
day and at the finish time were several
minor aecldenta and near accidents. Six
minutes after he atarted from Banning.
Rodgera waa forced to come down at
Stewart's ranch, where Aviator Fowler
was stalled for two daya, going east
ward. A broken gaaollne connection
caused a slight delay. At Pomona the
biplane sweeping down to a landing In
a field missed the heads of ea?er
and reckleaa spectators by only a faw
At Tournament Park, four women,
standing In an automobile, leaned too
far back while watching Rodgers circl
ing directly overhead, and all fell out
of the machine. Another woman,
caught In the cruah that aurged upon
the aviator when he landed, fell In a
faint hut aoon waa revived.
Rodgera waa caught In a maelstrom
ef humanity when he landed. It waa
o'clock when he got away from the
throng of eager people.
Mrs. H. S. Sweltzer, his mother, was
waiting him at the hotel, but aha re
fused to greet him while the crowd In
the lobby looked on.
"I want the boy to myself-!" she said,
and marched him away to the privacy
of hla apartments.
Rodgers does not know himself to
night where he will end his trip. He
will fly over one of the beach cities
tomorrow and officially terminate hla
flight to the ocean, but he la awaiting
Inducements and competitive bidding
of rival seaside resorts before deciding
at what point to coma down.
TCawt-Bonnd "Trip Interrupted by En
gine Tronble Near EI Paso.
EL PASO, Tex.. Nor. E. R. O. Fow
ler, the eaalbound coast-to-coast avi
ator, arrived her at :10 this after
noon cn an El Paso & Southwestern
passenger train, unhurt after an ac
cident which compelled him to leave
his biplane one mile from Mastodon.
N. M, about 14 mllea west of Kl
Fowler bad made 400 mllea since
leaving Douglas. Aria, this morning,
when one of the sparkers on his en
gine fulled to work and compelled him
to descend. He struck the earth with
eome force, but hla machine was not
badly damaged. He expects to fly
Into this city before noon tomorrow.
While Bleeding, Victim Crawls to
Ftrcithor'e Home for Aid.
ASTORJA. Or, Nov. G. (SpeclaLV
John A. Fllnk. of Ilwaco, Wash., was
brought tn the hospital here this aft
ernoon with his windpipe cut and a
slash In hla throat aeveral Inchea long,
the result of an attempt to commit
suicide. Fllnk. who Is about 60 years
old. haa been In 111 health for several
months and at times his mind was af
fected. Just when ha attempted to
take bis life Is not known, but yeater
day afternoon he went to the cemetery
to visit his parents' graves and when
returning built a tire near the road,
aat down beside it and cut bla throat
with a pocket-knife.
The flow of blood apparently
cleared his mind, for he hound up the
wound with his -handkerchief and. al
thouirn very weak, he walked and
crawled to his brother's home, a dis
tance of over three-quarters of a mile,
reaching; there - about X o'clock thia
morning. He la expected to recover.
August Belmont, William G.
Rockefeller Are Among
Mifi Kosalle Stewart Blames "Every
Day Feminine Spite" and Ao
tress' Prominence at Spaniel
Straw for Tronble.
NETV TORK. Nor. 6. SpeclaL) Dog
fanoler of International reputation and
of great wealth and prominence are
made defendants in the $."0,000 libel
suit brought by Miss Rosalie Stewart,
a dog fancier, against the American
Kennel Club, following her suit for
150,000 for slander, against the Toy
Spaniel Club. The American Kennel
Club has more or less supervision over
the Toy Spaniel Club, and Mlaa Stew
art threatene to "expose the Inner
workings of the organization."
August Belmont Is president and Wil
liam O. Rockefeller Is a director of the
American Kennel Club. Other wealthy
pedigree experts who are prominent In
the club are James W. Apple-ton. Thom
as Cadwalader, Howard Wllletts. Wln
throp Rutherford. William C. Goodman
and Hlldreth K. Bloodgood. Defen
dants In the suit against the Toy Span
iel Club include James C. Irwln-Mar-tln,
Phoebe Etta Anstey. Mrs. A Lv
Reynolds. Mrs. George H. Pell, Mrs.
Edward Clark and Noah Loder.
Femlalse Spite Blamed.
Miss Stewart aays the suits are
brought and resulted from "plain
every-day feminine spite" vented
against her by members of the Toy
Spaniel Club. She asserts that follow
ing a report by Dr. J. E. DeMund, of
Brooklyn, vice-president of the Ameri
can Kennel Club, who said he. under
stood that Miss Stewart had been guilty
of taking money belonging to the Toy
Spaniel Club, she was suspended by the
Kennel Club without bearing or a de
fense. It took, her six months to get
a bearing, she said, when she proved
th charge false and secured her re
instatement. The publication of the news of her
suspension from the Kennel Club and
the larceny charge Involved In the af
fair. In the American Kennel Gazette,
greatly distressed her, said Miss Stew
art. Dog fanciers all over the coun
try learned of and read It.
Actress Objected To,
Miss Stewart dates her difficulty
from that day In the Toy Spaniel Club
when Adels Ritchie, the actress, was
appointed to the club's bench show
committee, and she. Miss Stewart,
turned In her resignation. She aays
the resignation was not accepted but
that six months later she. was expelled
from the organization. There was no
mention then, ahe declarea, of a charge
that ahe had taken club money. "That
waa an afterthought. In line with tha
every-day feminine spite already men
tioned." she says.
Mlaa Stewarfa attorneys charge that
the Kennel Club officials held a trial.
In which three Judges "sat with an ar
bitrary manner of authority and con
clusiveness that would make a Su
preme Court Justice envious and would
alao cause his prompt Impeachment."
The Kennel Club, through its at
torneys, denies that Miss Stewart was
libeled, and set up in mitigation of
damages that she was reinstated anl
has since exhibited at bench shows un
der the club's auaploes.
Desire Is to Evolve Statute Fair to
Capitalist, Consumer ' and
Wage-Earner Alike.
CHICAGO. Nov. E. The Illinois Man
ufacturers' Association has appointed a
committee of 12. representing all sec
tions of the country, to draft a bill for
presentation to Congress at Its forth
comlnK session that will clearly lay
down a rule for the conduct of Inter
state business, the provisions of which
will be equally fair to the men who
furnish the capital, tha consumer and
the wage-earner.
. The resolution adopted, which pro
rtdea for the drafting of the proposed
bill, declares:
"There exists a necessity for accept
ing the true economical valua of In
dustrial Commissions to determine
whether the Sherman anti-trust law,
enacted 20 yeara ago, la atlll an eco
nomically wise and statesmanlike stat
ute, and to decide whether big bualneas
la to continue and If so under what
rules and regulations It must be con
ducted." The committee Is composed of tbe
following: Charles Plea. Chicago; La
verne W. Noyes, Chicago: Richard Ol
ney, Boston; F. O. Watts, Nashville;
Ixmls D. Brandels, Boston: Dr. Arthur
Hadley. Yale University; Samuel Un
termeyer. New York: Murdo McKenxte,
Trinidad. Colo.; Clark V. Howell, At
lanta, a.: James J. Hill, 6t. Paul; Ru
dolph Spreckels. San Francisco; John
Wanamaker. Philadelphia.
Precautions Taken Against Illegal
Voting; In Vancouver Election.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Nov. 5. (Spe
cial.) In the fear that there may be
voters not legally qualified to vote at
the primary election November 7. 1000
haa been depoalted tn the United States
National Bank to pay rewarda of .125
each for tbe arrest and conviction of
Illegal rotors.
Ths qualifications for voters are: All
persons, msls or female, over 21 years
of age, citizens of the United States,
wbo have lived In the atate one year.
In the county 80 days, and In the ward
or precinct 20 daya. Immediately pre
ceding election, and wbo ahall be able
to read and speak the English lan
guage, Ths chief fight Is for the office of
Mayor, between two candidates on the
Republican ticket. John P. Klgglna,
wbo bas held the office for three con
secutive yeara and Dr. Charles S.
Irwin, who haa never held public office.
The registration Is nearly the 3000
mark.' about one-third being women.
Thla Is by far the greatest number
eTx rsglatered in one year in Van-
Why I Lost
My Job
Reasons Why Thousands Lik Ma
Cannot Satisfy Their Employers.
I believe my fate is not unlike that
of thousands of other workers who
dally lose their places for reasons tney
do not know, and probably would not
believe. When their last pay envelope
comes along, it Is usually. "Your serv
ice no longer required." If the trutn
were known, the reason' for their un
ceremonious removal would probably
be that their usefulness was-destroyed
because of some mental worry, bodily
ailment or general Indisposition. These
thtngs, as we alj know, are the most
fruitful causes of failure In all walks
of life. The battle of Caterloo was
lost because of a headache. In this
quick age our minds 'must be clear,
rap'd. active and free from outside In
fluence or worry, or elee we go down
to failure with the throng of "floaters
who go from one plaoe of employment
to another, giving no satisfaction to
others or to themselves, constantly
growing older and leas useful, with no
ambition, no will power, and no hope.
Every man requires from every other
man the best that Is In him. But no
man can use or got the best that la In
himself until he Is first free from all
fretful Indispositions and worries.
That was my trouble. I was full of
troubles. That's why I lost my Job.
My stomach In the first place was al
ways out of order, and I was worry
ing about It and my mind grew oloudy,
and slow. I made mistakes and grew
grouchy. That was the end.
There are thousands like me, going
about with "quick lunch" faces, dys
peptic manners, and repulsive atmos
pheres. No employer wants such men's
Take my eb1ce. A healthy stomach
Is half the battle, for It keeps your
mind clear, and your face roay. I have
a heaKh; stomach now and hold a good
position, and my employer is satisfied
and so am I. '
I started to take Stuart's Dyepepsla
Tablets which I 'was told were good for
the worst cases of Indigestion and dys
pepsia. The first two tablets made a
wonderful difference In my condition.
One Ingredient of Stuart's Dyepspsla
Tablets digests 3000 grains of food. The
stomach doesn't have to work at all.
The Tablets do all the work, no matter
how heavy your meal.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets cure
brash, eructations, burning sensations,
bloat. Irritations, losa oT appetite,
naueea, heartburn, lack-of energy, loaa
of memory and dyspepsia and Indiges
tion in their very worst forms.
No other little tablets In the world
can do so much. You should carry
them around with you wherever you
go and take them regularly after
meals. Then you will realize what it
Is to be freed from stomach torment,
and have a clear mind, a quick mem
ory, a happy disposition, comfort and
rest. Get Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
at any drug etore for 60c a box.
Send us your name and address to
day and we will at once send you by
mall a sample package, free. Address
F. A. Stuart Co 160 Stuart Bldg,
Marshall. Mich.
couver, owing to woman's suffrage,
which carried at the last general elec
Search of 1 1 Tears by Ioyal Woman
Proves Injustice of Long Sen
tence in Prison.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 6. After a
search of 11 yeara, Mrs. William Yoder,
of this .city, has ..found the man
for whose supposed murder her hus
band was sentenced to Imprisonment
for life. As a result, A. J. Ten Eyck,
of Paris, Tex., once believed to have
been murdered, will come here to clear
op the. mystery.
The head of a man Inside a sack
was found floating down the Canadian
River by boys. In August, 189s. The
dismembered body picked oat of the
stream later was Identified as that of
Ten Eyck. William M. Yoder was ar
rested for the murder, tried and sen
tenced to the penitentiary for life.
Mrs. Yoder, who insisted that her hus
band was at home with her at the time
of the supposed murder. Immediately
began a search for Ten Eyck. whom
she believed to be living.
Yoder was pardoned 18 months ago,
but Mra Yoder continued the search,
which took hsr Into several states.
Woman, 84, Dies Traveling.
SHERIDAN. Or.. Nor. 6. (Special.)
Mrs. Emellno Cassell, 84 years old,
former resident of Cloverdale, died sud
denly at the Wlllamlna Commercial
Hotel last Thursday, when on her way
to Seattle, where she was to make her
home with her grand-daughter. She
was burled at Wlllamlna, funeral serv
ices being conducted by Rev. Van
Winkle, of Sheridan.
Prisoner Denies Forgery.
VANCOUVER, Wash.. Nov. 6. (Spe
cial.) G. R. Sullivan alias G. A. Burke,
wanted here for forging a check for
898.54 on Cohen & Dletderich, was
At St. Helen's Hall
Next Thursday
Tickets $1 at Eiler Music
House, St. Helen's Hall
PSoJlv ; 2 y. r ,1, Swirl
JL errticuTciSse
You Cannot Afford
to Purchase
Fall and Winter Merchandise
Unless a Substantial Saving on
Everything' You Buy
Counts for Naught
brought here today from Boise, Idaho,
by Ira Cresap, 8herlff of this county.
Sullivan has been released recently In
Idaho for passing a check when he had
no funds In the bank. He was fined
8200, but having no money, went to
Jail for 100 days. Sullivan says that
he Is not the man wanted here, and
does not know why he has been ar
rested. When at Boise Sheriff Cresap
Turn the rascals out the headache, the biliousness, the Indigestion, the
sick, sour stomach and foul gases turn them out tonight and keep them out
with Cascareta.
Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and never know
the misery caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels or an upset stomach.
Don't put In another day of distress. Let Cascarets cleanse and regulate
your stomach; remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food and that
misery-making gas; take the excess bile from your liver and carry off the
decomposed waste matter and poison from the Intestines and bowels. Then
you will feel great.
A Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by
'ST morning a
masses -tiMz f" .!
cf .Merit Only-.
met John W. Snooks, warden at the
State Penitentiary. The two men had
not met since 1898. in Alaska, when
Snooks was deputy United States Mar
shal, i
A copy of tbe New York Mercury, dated
January 20, 1704, records the death of an
unmarried lady at the age of 1G9 years,
and adds: "She always wanted a bus
band 10-cent box means a clear head and
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. . . .....
Thursday night at 8:15 o'clock Olga Steeb
will give a piano recital at St. Helen's Hall
gymnasium, for the benefit of the building
fund of the school. These numbers will be
played: "Fantasie and Fugue in G minor"
(Bach-Liszt) : "Coucou" (Daquin); Caprice,
"Alceste" (Gluck-Salnt Saens); by request,
"Appasslonata Sonata Opus 67," Allegro asal
Rlu Allegro, Andante con moto. Allegro ma
non troppo presto (Beethoven); "Caprice in
E major" (Paganlni-Liszt) ; "The Linden
Tree" (Schubert - Liszt); "Blue Danube
Waltz," Strauss ( Schulz-Evler).
Miss Steeb prefers the Chlckerlng to all
other pianoa and uses It In all of her appearances.