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- THE SUNDAY OHEGOKIAX; PORTLA3nr AFREL ilrS.
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OIL FROM STATE
PE-RU-NA DR hMsN8prEScR.pt.om THE TALK OF THE CONTINENT
Ohio Has Begun Proceedings
Against Monopoly and
its Many Allies.
ILLEGAL PACT ALLEGED
Accused of Reducing Production,
Doubling: Price, Combining to
Maintain Price and Taking
Rebates From Roads.
TOLEDO, Ohio, April 28. Alleging that
the Standard Oil Company and 17 affiliated
companies have a secret trade agreement
by which they control production and
transportation of oil and gas. Prosecutor
1 M. W. Wachenheimer. of Lucas
County, today filed suit In the Circuit
Court asking revocation of their charters
and dissolution of the illegal agreement
and to appoint trustees for the creditors
Many Companies Involved.
In addition to the Standard, the
following corporations are 'named as
defendants: The Lake Shore & Michi
gan Southern, Toledo & Ohio Cen
tral, Hocking Valley Railroad Com
panies: Standard Oil Companies of Ohio,
Indiana, New York and New Jersey;
Buckeye Pipe Line Company, Solar Re
fining Company. Ohio Oil Company,
Northwestern Ohio Natural Gas Com
pany, Union Tank Company, of Pennsyl
vania; Indiana Pipe Line Company, of
Indiana: the National Transit Company,
of New Jersey; Pennsylvania Oil Com
pany, of Pennsylvania, and the South
Pennsylvania Oil Company.
Crimes Alleged by State.
In the petition it is alleged that the
production of oil was reduced for the
purpose of increasing prices to consum
ers. It is eet up that this reduction
amounts to 50 per cont. while the price
of gas to the consumer lias been Increased
100 per cent. Reference to the alleged
trade pact is sensational, alleging that the
companies made defendants have bound
themselves not to sell or transport oil or
gac below a certain standard rate.
Queries are directed In the petition to
the railroad companies' presidents, asking
them whether rebates arc given directly
or Indirectly to companies, and whether
the oil companies have been given pipe
line rights on the railroads.
State Is Real Prosecutor.
It developed today that Mr. Wachen
heimer filed the suits on behalf of Attorney-General
Ellis. This Is especially sig
nificant, together with the announcement
that the cases will be pressed with all
possible dispatch. The fact that the state
in behind the Toledo prosecutor In the
action gives It strength which otherwise
it would not possess.
Judge Shaufelberger. of the law firm of
Doyle & Lewis, which represents a ma
jority of the companies named as defend
ants, this afternoon announced that the
ca?e will be fought to the bitter end by.
the corporations named as defendants.
QUARANTINE LAW WAIVED
Kruttschnltt Dodges Inspection After
Eventful Cruise, on Yacht.
NEW ORLEANS, April 28. (Spc
elnl.) The private yacht Sultana, be
longing to E. If. Harriman. the rail
road magnate, arrived at the Louisiana
quarantine station. 70 miles below,
with a party of his friends aboard. In
cluding Julius Kruttschnltt. superin
tendent of terminals of the Harriman
lines. Powerful influences -were set at
work to secure a special dispensation
from the State Board of Health for
permission to allow Mr. Kruttschnltt
and his companions through without
inspection. This afternoon the Health
Board held a special session and de
cided to admit the entire party. They
boarded the train at once for the
Considerable dissatisfaction is felt
here over the action of the Health
Board, as "it is felt that this action In
permitting the party to land sets a
grave precedent that may result In ex
posing the port to danger of yellow
fever infection. The country around
quarantine Is Infested with -mosqultos
and these pests make life miserable
for the strangers.
The Sultana had a thrilling trip
across the gulf. She left Colon for
Vera Cruz, Mexico, where Mr. Krutt
schnltt intended taking a special train
for a quick run to California, to take
charge of the Southern Pacific prop
erty. While in the middle of the gulf,
the Sultana's boiler became disabled.
The yacht was at the mercy of the
wind for several hours. She was rap
Idly drifting with the tide when the
fruit-ship Appomattox came alongside
and towed her to the Louisiana quar
antine station. Mr. Harriman's friends
feared a storm would break and wreck
the Sultana, but they escaped with only
delay, and fright.
RAILROAD LINE INDICTED
B. & O. Accused of Unfair Distribu
tion of Coal Cars.
CLARKSBURG, W. Va.. April 2S. The
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company was
Indicted five times by the Federal grand
Jury today for alleged violation of the
Interstate commerce law In failure to
distribute cars to coal operators In a
fair and equitable manner. These In
dictments arc the first of the kind ever
found In the United States. The fine In
case of conviction may be 55000 in each
THE DAY'S DEATH RECORD
General Von Buddc, Germany.
BER1JX. April 26. General von Bud
de. the Prussian Minister of Public
Works, who had been suffering from
cancer for some time; died today.
Head of California Pioneers.
CHICAGO. April 28. Thaddeus P.
Sears, president of the Western Asso
ciation of California Pioneers, died
here today, aged SI years.
Branch Headquarters In Chicago.
WASHINGTON. Aprl 2S. The Demo
cratic Congressional Campaign Commit
tee will maintain branch headquarters at
Chicago, with Congressman Lloyd, of
Missouri. In charge during the approach
ing " Congressional campaign. The principal'-office
will be In Washington.
The Klar of Spain ordered a. supply ot
Irish tweete from BaJllarobe.
" f I i?S fl II 1 1 11 Vk , 'JsW?-?mGilm:;iC.: 335!?i tVR
mibs u. wan, 350 N. Dale street, St. Paul, Minn., write?:
"Last Springs I had a very severe case of catarrh of the" stomach and
bowels. I was very much run down In strength and lost my appetite
I took three bottles of I'rruaa and foiled tBjraelf seining very qalckly- 1
1b every vrn-r.
"I also bad catarrh 1b ray brad, which bait brea entirely cerr-d.
"I thank Teresa for the health 1 bib enjoying:."
The "World's Greatest Medicine
The rapid growth of the Peruna Mer
Iclne Company is as phenomenal in the
business world as the universal popu
larity of their famous remedy, Peruna.
The plant covers a number of acres,
and employs several hundred people.
No other medicine rirm In the world
reaches anything like the volume of
business done by Dr. Hartman's firm.
Although Peruna is a proprietary
medicine, the details of Its compound
ing arc in strict accordance with nlmr-
maceutlcal discoveries and nothinc
gives Dr. Hartman greater pleasure
than to show his Intimate professional
friends throucrh the laboraiorv whorn
Peruna is made.
A Doctor's Prescription.
For years Dr. Hartman used PermiM
In his private practice as a regular pre
scription, lie had no thought of manu
faeturlne It or advertising- It hk n urn.
prietary medicine until there was a de
mand made upon him by his many
friends, who clamored for the original
Argument in Dr. Crapsey's
Trial for Heresy Ends.
CASE UNDER ADVISEMENT
Edwin M. Shepard Denies Heretical
Nature of Pastor's Utterances.
Good Faith of Defense Is
Called in Question.
BATAVIA, X. Y April 2S. The fate
of Rev. Dr. Algernon S. Crapscy, as a
clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal
Church, rests with his Judges. The
trial of the rector of St. Andrew, Roch
ester, on charges of heresy and viola
tion of ordination vows ended today
with tho final arguments of counsel
for the accused and for the prosecu
tion. The ecclesiastical court of five
members took the evidence under con
sideration and will render a verdict to
Bishop Walker of the diocese of West
ern New York on or before May 13.
Addressing the court in the morning.
Edward M. Shepard, of New York,
drew attention to Franklin D. Ickc"s
statement that Dr. Crapscy had denied
the Apostles' Creed, and said that Mr.
Locke had no right to appear In the
case. He said the administration of
justice In an ecclesiastical or civil court
Is fundamentally the same; that the
court is independent and supreme.
"In England," he said, "there Is a court
representing the whole church to pass on
matters of doctrine. We have no such
court In this country. According to the
canons it would appear to be the mind
of the American church that no court
should pasB on matters of faith and doc
trine until a final court has been estab
lished. Even in the time of the auto de
fe In Spain there was one Invariable rule,
which was that the man accused of heresy
should be labored with. In this present
ment, which only says that In the past
Dr. Crapsey has made certain errors,
there Is not a word to show that he was
labored with In any way before this case
was brought to triaL"
Continuing. Mr. Shepard expressed
his belief that the Catholic Church, by
which he, said he meant the Universal
Church for the Continent of America.
Is the Protestant Episcopal Church.
"It is to be, I believe." he said, "the
center of life and good living In every
community in our land. Expressions of
the English clergy were more heretical
than those uttered by Dr. Crapsey"
Ex-Chief Justice Stlness of Rhode
Island, for the prosecution followed
Mr. Shepard. Speaking for the prose
cution, he said It seemed that the de
fense was trying the case before the
nubile and not before the court.
"I have failed to see any connection
between the speeches of the defense
and the speeches of-ihe court," he. de
clared. "There has been one remarka
ble thing In this proceeding which has
led me seriously to doubt the good
faith of the defense, namely that It
has not called upon Dr. Crapsey to
Coins of the Orient.
China, of all countries, ancient and
modern, exhibits the greatest variety In
the matter of coins. The earliest money
oa record, abeat B. C consisted of
sfeeUt ssd cewrt, ' Zfe cewry vu usd
Forty Thousand Patients.
Dr. Hartman estimates that he must
have prescribed Peruna for over forty
thousand patients before It was adver
tised is a proprietary medicine.
Believed in Pour Weeks of Severe
Cold on Lungs.
Miss Josie Sehaftzcl, Gen. DcL Ap
pleton. Wis., writes:
"I contracted a severe cold which
settled on my lungs In very short order
and It was not long until It developed
Into a pcrious case of catarrh. Every
morning 1 would raise a lot of phlegm,
which was very disagreeable. My di
gestion was poor and my lungs sore
"After a few doe of Pentaa I be
xraa to mead, and felt that If I kept oa
takiajr It, It -noald sot be lonsr until I
tTotdd be well. I wan right, for 1b fear
vreeks I rra Tell again.
"I think Peruna Is a grand medicine,
and wish to add my testimony to the
many others you have.
Catarrh Is almost universal. Catarrh
Is difficult to cure. Many doctors do
not care to treat catarrh at all.
for small change, while tortolseshell and
purple sypraea shells, the latter rang
ing in size from a few inches to a foot
and a half In length, represented money
of a higher value.
A decrease In the supply of shells and
Increasing prosperity called for a more
handy medium of exchange, and cash, the
coin with a square hole In the center,
came into existence and remains In uso
to this day.
Among the earlier Chinese coins was
one ot porcelain about three-quarters of
an Inch In diameter and a quarter of an
inch thick, bearing tho legend. "Eternal
Prosperity." A very curious knife money
was at one lime used in the state of Tsl.
It was of copper shaped like a billhook,
about seven inches long, and fitted at the
end with a, ring. During periods of metal
scarcity In China Iron. lead. tin. baked
earth, grain, silk and shells have been
used as a circulating medium.
in Japan an Iron coinage, begun about
163C. has existed up to the present day.
A curious coin made of a mixture of sli
ver and copper was long In use In Japan,
varied in size from a small pea to a
large bean. Lesd coins were al used
there for fi centuries. Glass was em
ployed as a substance for coin for many
centuries In Egypt, while wooden money
Is mentioned in many of the Buddhistic
COMMITTEE MAJOHITV SAID
Informal DIseasaleB Miona Drift of
ObIbIob. but ub-Cemmlftee Has
Not Made Report.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU.
Washington, April 2S. Members ot the
Senate Judiciary committee have been
Informally discussing the nomination
of District Attorney Bristol, and it Is
bclievtd that a. majority of the com
mittee ls not favorable to his con
firmation. There has been no formal
consideration of the case, as the sub
committee has not reported, but. If
that committee does report. Its recom
mendation will be adverse and, unless
there ls a change of sentiment, the
full committee will approve the recom
mendation of the sub-committee.
NEW BKEMERTOX DItYDOCK
Xavy Bill Authorizes Beginning, bat
Cats Other Items.
OREGONIAX NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington. April 3. The naval appropriation
bill reported to the House today author
izes the construction of a concrete dry
dock at the Paget Sound Navy-yard to
cost $1.20,009. and appropriates J103.000
to begin Its construction. Because of this
item other appropriations for this yard
are cut to the bane, the aggregate for
Bremerton being only J1O.0C0. whereas the
Navy Department recommended an ap
propriation of over tSCO.OX).
The Items, aside from the drydock. are
as follows: Sewer system. 5X: grading.
310.0)3; electric light plant. J5000; water
system. CStO: heatlnr xnirm uta.
dredging. $10,030: roads and walks. 3S;
smlthery for construction and repair, to
complete, ww; improvement of con
struction plant, $30,030.
The most Important omission are esti
mates of SSXOdO for a central power plant,
for additional piers; SM.O0d to coa
tlnue dredging; J.i9 for a pattern-shop;
for a hardwood lumber ttnnnt
shed, and 540.W0 to begla construction of
a loaacry tor taa aepartxaeat of construc
tion ana repair.
Works for Consular Ceart 1b China.
OHEGONIAN NBWS SURXATJ. Wsa-
Followed Dr. Hart
man's Advice A
Mrs. Anthony Rauch. S Johnston
street. Bucyrns. 0 writes:
"I was suffering from obstinate con
stipation and torpid liver when I took
your advice and purchased six bottles
of Peruna and Manalln.
"W ars I bad taken only, one bottle I
felt much better and alace I baTe taken
two wore bottles I feel entirely well,
bat I -nlll continue taklas: the nicdl
elae for a short time te make sare of
"I think Manalln Is one of the flncst
remedies for constipation that I ever
tried. I will never be without It. It has
made me so strong; I can do a day's
worX -and never tire.
"I am so grlad I do not get those
dizzy spells any more. I haven't had
ono since I took your medicine.
"I cannot thank you enough for
what your medicine has done for me.
All sick people should give It a fair
Peruna Is not like so many other
remedies that pass away as soon as
the first few bottles are used. The
longer Peruna Is used In any commu
nity, the more popular It becomes.
Pe-ru-na. Actually Relieves.
The reacon why Peruna has become
a standard catarrh remedy the world
over Is simply because It eliminates ca
tarrh. Ington. April 25. J. II. Brown, of Pprt
land. has been spending several days
In Washington - urging 'favorable action
on Senator Fulton's bill creating a United
States Consular Court In China.' He In
terviewed Senators- Cullom and Spoor.er.
who have the bill In charge, and has
beea assured that It "will be considered
when the rate bill ls out ot the way. both
Senators expressing a deslreto see It
Mr. and Mrs. Brown were entertained
at dinner by Senator and Mrs. Fulton
Thursday evening. T
Cushman Makes Standpat Speech.
OREGOXIAX NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington. April 2S. Representative Cush
man entertained the House today with a
half-hour speech, defending the present
protective tariff and ridiculing the speech
of John Sharp Williams In favor of tariff
; revision. He was making campaign ma
terial of the standpat variety, and the
frequent applause which bis remarks
elicited illustrated the approval of his
arguments by such men as Dalzell. Payne
and other House leaders. Cushman Is
against any tariff revision, contending
that the Dingley tariff has brought unpre
cedented prosperity and should not be
Oppo&e Free Lumber tor Frisco.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington. April 2S. The Senators from
Oregon and Washington have received
telegrams from lumber Interests. In the
Northwest protesting against the reduc
tion or removal of the tariff on Canadian
lumber temporarily for the benefit of
San Francisco. They say they are able
to furnish all the lumber necessary, and
will sell at prices that will be entirely
satisfactory to San Francisco buyers.
Jones Going to Dismal Swamp.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington. April 2S. Representative Jones
will accompany the other members of the
river and harbor committee to toe Dis
mal Saamp of North Carolina to Inspect
the big ship canal. He leaves tomorrow
"Will Celebrate at Champocg.
At Cbampoeg next Wednesday the anni
versary of the organization of the first
civil government la American territory
lino ri tho Piplflp CVji t -vtll Km MtljtK-at
This event JasUfies the characterization
of the locality known as "Old Cham
poeg," r the "Plymouth of the Pacific
Coast." "There on Msv ? TUT mr
handful of Americans, true to the spirit
of the free institutions in their respective
states, amidst which they had attained
manhood, and feellnir the need of umn
organized and coherent form of govern
ment, agrcea upon a a piaa ot action ana
carried It out. Thus was the acorn of
ruit and rrasa this feeble hesinnlnr
sprung, every American state west of the
St. Paid Officials Arrive.
H. J. Horn, general manager of the
Northern Pacific, of "St. Paul, accom
panied by W. E. Albee. superintendent
of the Western Division, with head
quarters at Tacoma. reached Portland
yesterday In Mr. Horn's private car,
and left oh the late train last night
for the Sound. The two officials spent
yesterday oa the line of the Portland
& Seattle, above Vancouver, Inspecting
the construction work en the road.
They expressed considerable satisfac
tion with the way the work is being
rushed and at the first-class road that
ls being ballt-
Work on Cold Springs Dana.
OREGONIAN NBWS BUREAU. Wash
lagloa. April 38. The cess traction e-f the
Cold Sprifias dasa ea the. UsaatJUa. Irrl
gaUea arejeet. far which. Mds hare beea
tavHid. Involve euMe yards et
earth' aad gravel exeavaUea. 3m cable
yards of reck excavation. Saleable 'yards
of eeerte. aad X,we eMc yard of riprap-
aad reck M. ,
I -unng- from obstinate con- U YMTirm
Villi HiXWTOK: fiHiiW; jui
tX5 ms. a-j.davls. mil
J Ka5hville, Tenn,
Finds Relief in Pe-ru-na After Suffering Twenty Years
Mrs. M; S. Davis, 1503 Bucna Vista strecr. Nashville. Tenn., writes:
"After having beea a reaatant saftTerer from catarrh for more than
tweaty year aad niter trylnjr alraont every remedy advertised, and bav
lax lest all heae,I very relactaatly began the aae of Peruna about two
"Everybody says I look younger bow than I did 36 years ago, aad I
actually feel younger and better, aad welsb more.
MI am recemmeadlBK: It to my neighbor aad all with whom I come la
Pe-ru-na Eemoves the Cause of
Peruna has no bad effects upon the
system and gradually eliminates ca
tarrh by removing the cause ot ca
tarrh. There are a multitude of homes
where Peruna has been used off and
on for 20 years.
"For a number of years requests nave
HON SHOWS TEETH
Great Britain May Use Threats
CRISIS IN TABAH AFFAIR
Sultan Claims Half Sinai Peninsula
and Naval Demonstration May
Be Necessary Germany Sus
pected of Backing Him.
LONDON. April 2?. The patience of
Great Britain with Turkey over the Tabah
affair is about exhausted, and It was un
derstood at the Foreign Office today that.
If the Sultan does not soon'accedo to the
British demands, there will be another
demonstration before a. Turkish port with
in a short time. Some months have
elapsed since the Egyptian government
discovered that Turkish troops had en
tered Tabah. heretofore considered to be
an unimportant point.
Turkey, so Great Britain believes, occu
pied Tabah, because she feared Egypt
would obtain control ot the Gulf of Aka
hah. But Great Britain claims- that this
Is not the purpose of Egypt. The Sultan
contended that Tabah was within his
empire. This was disputed, but Great
Britain offered to submit the question of
the boundary to a committee. Turkey In
the meantime to withdraw her troops.
Turkish Claims Enlarged.
The Sultan declined this offer." but of
fered to negotiate with Lord Cromer, the
British agent at Cairo. The British gov
ernment acceded to this. but. when the
negotiations opened, tho Turkish Com
missioner at Cairo claimed half of the
SInal peninsula and stubbornly adhered to
his demand that half of tha peninsula,
which Is considered to be a buffer state
ot Elgypt. Is Turkish territory and that It
be given to the Sultan. The negotiations
were broken off. and tha Foreign Office
here will take up the case with the Porte.
Thus far no communication has been
sent to Constantinople on the subject.
Great Britain, ls said to be anxious to
learn whether the Sultan authorized the
Turkish Commissioner at Cairo to claim
half of the peninsula. This has been
found most difficult, as the British Am
bassador has been unable to see the Sul
tan, who Is either 111 or feigning illness.
Turkey's attitude Is the cause of much
Irritation here, and the government is
prepared to take ths most severe meas
ures to protect Egyptian territory.
Germany's Hand Seea In .More.
There are many theories as to what Is
influencing Turkey. The British Foreign
Office holds that the Turkish Commis
sioner at Cairo ls largely responsible for
the present situation, and that he prob
ably has beea led by German scientists
'and merchants at Cairo to believe that
Germany will support Turkey's aggres
sion. There appears, however, to be no
ground for seaw of the press statements
that Germany la actually so doing.
May Take Forcible Steps.
King Edward aad Sir Charles Hardlage,
ifee perssanest under secretary of tha
FareJga Office, will return to Loadea ear
ly 'jMxt week, when a ateetiag ef the
eouaea w-Ul he held aad peaslMy Anal
steps tat the auer saay b -taxes to Im
press the SttUan with the necessity fer
the withdrawal at his dscaaads.
Ths BriUi crasser 3Userva left fact
come to me from a multitude of grate
ful friends, urging- that Peruna be
given a slight laxative quality. I have
been experimenting- with a laxative ad
dition for quite a length of time, and
now feel gratified to announce to the
friends of Pe-ru-na that I have Incor
porated such a quality In the medi
cine which. In my opinion, can only
enhance Its well-known beneficial char
acter. S. B. HARTMAN, M. D."
Said for El Arish today to ascertain
whether It Is true that the Turks have
moved the boundary posts at certain
AM PUT OX AX EQUAXITT
Society or French Artists Makes
Radical Change in Rules.
PARIS. April 2S. The salon of the So
ciety of French. Artists, opening to the
public May I. presents again the lesson
of the survival of the fittest. Although
In Its Utth year and having passed
through many storms and revolts. Its
youth and vigor are unquenchable. Evi
dence of this will be seen In the work of
the Jury of selection of this year. Many
burdensome traditions have been aban
doned and new rules passed since the be
ginning of this century, but none so far
reaching as those adopted this Spring.
Heretofore all members and exhibitors
having gained the title of "not compet
ing" have been exempt from passing the
Jury of admission and by tradition were
accordede the beat places on the line,
leaving for the great mass little choice
of place except skywards. By the new
rules all must now receive a number for
place on strict equality. Favoritism also
has been abolished In other directions as
Many who have been first are now last
and many are cast into outer darkness.
It Is rather hard for these last, but in
finitely good for all true lovers of art
and strenuous effort. The salon is good
throughout, but" a serious examination of
the merits of each-picture worthy of note
would be impossible.
TVIM SUCCEED VOX BUELOW
Prince Von , Radolln Clio Ice for
Chancellor of Germany.
LONDON. April 2?. (Speclal.)-Accord-Ing
to Reynolds' Newspaper, Prince von
Radolln Is almost absolutely sure to be
named as the successor of Chancellor von
Buelow within the next few days. The
newspaper claims that its correspondent
has received this Information from a very
high source In Berlin.
Make Murderous Autos Pay.
BERLIN. April 25. The Government
Introduced in the Reichstag today a
project for a. law obliging automobll
ists to pay life annuities to those de
pendent on persons killed by their
motor cars or to persons permanently
Injured by such accidents.
Monks as Chauffeurs.
Geneva Correspondence London Express.
The monks ot the Grand St. Bernard
will soon make their debut as chauffeurs.
After a struggle lasting over a year they
Is certain if you take Hood's Sarsaparilla.
This great medicine cures those eruptions,
pimples and boils that appear at all seasons;
cures scrofula sores, salt rheum or eczema;,
adapts itself equally well to, and also cures, dys
pepsia, and all stomach troubles; cures rheu
matism and catarrh; cures nervous troubles,
debility and that tired feeling.
Sfsclix To meet the withes of these wbe prefer
Bsedklae la tablet feras. we are sew pattiag up Hood's
SarsaparUIa ia chocolate-coated tablets as well as ia
the asaal Hepld fens. JBy redaetag Heed's Sarsspa
rill te a seUd eztnust. wa asTe retaiaed ia the tablets
the emeatlre properties ef every aesselaal iBgredieat.
C L Heed C.. Lewel. 3m-
Buttles Ave.. Colum-
bus. O., writes:
"I aare ased your- Person for catarrh of the
head and stomach, nod have beea greatly re-
Therefore. 1 cannot praise Peruna too much
and can recommend It to any one having- the
above disease, as there ls nothing- better. ....
"I always keep It la the bouse."
Danger in Local Catarrh Cures.
There are, a great many catarrh cures
In the world. The most of them are
local applications. Few of them are
to be used Internally.
Unfortunately, a large number ot
these local catarrh remedies contain,
narcotics of some sort. Cocaine,
opium and other narcotics are used.
These remedies give temporary relief.
The patient thinks he ls getting- bet
ter right away. But In a few weeks
he discovers his mistake. Not only ia
his catarrh no better, but It is discov
ered he ls using- narcotics.
One reason, why , Pern n a baa
foaad permanent use la so zaaay
homes Is that It contains bo nar
cotic of nay kind.
Peraaa Is perfectly harmless. If
taken according to directions ob the
bottle. So used, It can be takes aay
length of time without acquiring a
have .received the permission from the
Valais and .Italian authorities to run a
m'oto-cr sen'lcp-j3et'eeii the, hospices
of .Grand SU-. BeraaggslpkV Steljjfcthelr
propertiesand Domodaisahi tiiMRiVpsta.
The chauffeurs will be chosen from tho
monks themselves, who will wear cowls.
The cars which are being specially con
structed to climb the steep gradients,
will at the beginning be employed for
the transport of supplies only.
Later, however, the monks intend to
start a service for tourists who wish to
visit their hospices in the Summer sea
son. ORIGIN OF 'TEXAS."
Data Leads to Belief That It Came
Austin" (Tex.) Corr. N. Y. Tribune.
Edward W. Heusinger, of San Antonio,
has just added to his collection of old and
rare books a. geography which was pub
lished in 1747. The maps in this book are
remarkably well executed, and are inter
esting In that they show the parts of the
world as they were known at that time.
On one of the maps the northwestern part
of North America Is shown as "parts un
discovered." Australia was also only
partly discovered, and it is shown as tha
land of "New Holland." with New Guinea
and "Van Nleman's Land." now called ths
Island of Tasmania, as one supposed con
tinent. New Zealand, too. Is shown as a
partly discovered new land. The Ha
waiian Islands had not been heard of.
The Atlantic Ocean was at that time
called the "Western Ocean." What is
now the Pacific Ocean was called the
"Great South Sea." and tho Caribbean Sea
was then known as the "North Sea." An
other Important map in those days was
that of Mexico, known as "New Spain.
and what 13 now Texas was then tha
"Province ot Louisiana."
The French settlement ot "Natcbl
koches" Is shown, and the countries o
the Natchez and Apache Indians arc indi
cated, and it ls Interesting to noto the
source of the Rio Grande River, then
called the "Rio de Norte," which, accord
ing to this wonderful map, rises among
some mountains in a land about where
South Dakota now ls.
Mr. Heusinger says one Important fac
tor In the text of this work is the descrip
tion of certain Indian tribes "toward the
North River" (Rio Grande), known as the
"Tecas," who "live in villages." "Tecas
was then the name for the reformed In
dians living In the missions, for it speaks
of them as "having embraced Christian
ity" and "being the more passionate lov
ers of the Spaniards." Texas was there
fore no doubt derived from the word;
"Tecas." he says.
The manor house at Saltfleat, Lincolnshire,
Knxland. has what ls said to be the first wall
paper used In England. The paper, which ls
like blottlnar paper in texture and has a.
cream-colored ground and chocolate design,
is fastened to the wall with small tacks.
Hrs. Helen L. Thompson of Lewhtos.
He., reports great benefit to &er little
girl fresa Hood's Ssrsrparilk. whisk
theroBghlr parified her blcod after as
attack ot tkst blood-pobosiag-" cfa
ase, scarlet fever. It tTe her trmtk
aad resewed health. Tbessasds ef
other tali ef similar eares, she carte
ef serofala, sHraaat. seiiaui. eta.