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In a Word This Tslla of tha Paot.ici
CVninwrclal Club Won on Tins (n Last
I ho Northwestern lino.
Ntght'a Fln'al Game.
Yon have the most convincing evidence of this
fact every day. Otherwise beautiful faces marred with
black heads, blotches and pimples, muddy or sallow com
plexions, and red, rough or oily skins are some of the
most common and conspicuous symptoms ot bad blood.
You can hide these ugly ana humiliating blemishes by glazing them over with face
powders and rouge, and the rough and discolored skin is made white and smooth by a lavish
use of cosmetics, but these artificial complexions and false skins only last for a day, when
the eruptions and snots stand out as bare and brazen as ever. The natural beauty and
smoothness of the skin cannot be permanently restored by the use of external applications,
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soft and smooth as ever.
Bad blood tells in many other ways. Itch
ing and burning eruptions, rashes and sores, boils
and carbuncles show the presence of some irrita
ting poison or unhealthy matter in the blood, and
these aggravating troubles will continue until the
weak and slow circulation has been quickened
and the deteriorated blood made rich and strong-
. again. $pmc are born with bad blood, and it begins to tell in infancy; scrofulous affections,
sore eyes, scalp diseases, nasal catarrh, stunted growth, brittle bones and soft, flabby muscles
are some of the early manifestations of bad blood by inheritance. These symptoms, if
neglected, may develop into some deep-seated and serious blood trouble later on in life, but
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HER BEAUTY JtXSTORED.
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ae head wm eattrely tmnl She vaa tmal br
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kaa a aaarnUoant growth of kair. Hot a aim of tka
dreadful disease kaa ere retained.
8814 Pisa Street, at. Louis, Xo.
Few bowling tournaments hekt In
the Northwest have proved a popular
a that hloh ended at the Irving Club
last night, when the teams split evim
on game. The series aroused, great
enthusiasm and revived interest In the
sport. In all, 2i games were bowled.
and the unqualified success of the se
rles has prompted the enthusiasts to
lay plans for another contest. It Is
proposed thnt first and second team
shall be formed and games bowled
weekly. The new wntests will not
take place, perhaps, until September,
by which tlm both clubs will have
much stronger teams.
The Commercial Club team won last
nlehfs victory tsuch as It was) In the
rst game, when the visitors scored T
pin m we than the total of the Irvlngs.
The talent (also such s It was) was
larrely to tha bad, but the other fel
luws pulled up the total for the Coin,
nierclals and contributed by far the
greater portion of the S4S pins. Thv
Irvlngs scored ST- The second game
went to the home team 310 to 305. Tha
Commercials gradually went down tke
line and In the third game secured but
2S3. The Irvlngs got 277. The last
game capped the climax for tha visit
ors, whole total was S60. or 84 less than
that of the home aggregation. An aw
fully bad kingpin In alley No. J was
largely responsible for the poor show
ing of both teams.
Chutter was the bright, particular
star of the night. He bowled four fine,
consistent games for 171. Captain Aat
bury was a close second, with 16$. For
the Commercials. Laws secured the
"high" total 1S5. Domestic difficulties
conspired to bring about the downfall
of Jim Taylor, the Commercial won
der, and he landed at the bottom of
the pile, with 17. The Commercial
team average was slightly over 37.50
and the Irving average slightly less
than 3, The scores follow:
J. V. Mathena
R U MeCabe .
A. C. Kos ....
P. Woodlteld ...
J I. Taylor ...
W. C. Laws ...
P. R Sovey ...
"Win Prizes at the Show Held In the
Sheriff Thomas Linvllle returned last
night from Portland wlwre he had
been in attendance upon the dog show.
He reports the show a success and un
der good management. He pays that
the decisions rendered In awarding'
prizes were prompt and gave general
satisfaction. He reports some very fine
dogs at the show. There were some
very costly ones, too. A noted bull ter
rier, and prise-winner, costing $7000,
was there. A S15G0 bull terrier owned
in Portland was also on exhibition.
Astoria dogs were not behind as
prise-winners. Several bad won prizes
before the sheriff left and judgment
had not been passed in many cases.
Among the winners were FAnk Cook's
Flora, which won 2nd; C. W. Lough
ery'a Sport won 2nd, and the sheriff's
fine pup, Odelta, won two prizes, 3rd
In open for all, and 2nd hi another
class; Frank Patton's Irish Setter pup
took first prize. Mrs. Ross' bujldog
had not been Judged when the sheriff
left Portland. ,
MBS. ROSS' DOG WINS.
FoSowing was received by Associat
ed Press at an early hour this morn
ing: PORTLAND. April 17-The prize
wlnneree at the Portland Kennel Club
bench show are as follows: for bull
dogs: First, "Beauty," Mrs. J. T. Ross,
Astoria; black and tan terriers, first,
"queen Bee," Mrs. Levy, Walla Walla.
Other winners are not obtainable at
Ing height of 104 degrees but with the
departure frjm'ihe jalace of Profes
sor Rosenstein pithologiM of Leyden
T.niversity who has ben summoned in
consultation Is considered a hopeful
sign that the crisis is past.
; PROPOSALS WANTEli .
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office of the light house engineer,
Portland, Oregon, until 12 o' cluck m.,
April 28, 1902, and then publicly open
ed -for furnishing and delivering fuel
and provisions for light-house b-nder
Columbine during fiscal year to end
June 30, 1D03, In acordance with specifi
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proposals and other information may
be had upon appllaction to W. C.
Langfitt, Captain. Corps of Engineers,
17. S. A., engineer 13th Light House
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VETOED PENSION BILL.
WASHINGTON. April 17-President
Roosevelt today sent to the house his
veto of bill pensioning Thomas Wal
ter lieutenant In Penusylvania volun
teer regim n ' war. The
veto message states that the records
of the war department show that this
soldier was cashiered for disobedience
of orders as to going on picket duty
and that the disobedience was rdmit-ted.
F ir Purtlsnd ..n) Wi y
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- A SOYAL PATIENT.
AMSTERDAM, April 17. All clashes
are deeply grieved at the Illness of the
Queen. The prince consort Is over
whelms dwith anxiety and hardly
leaves Um Queen's bedside. The moth
er of the queen is also In constant
attendance upon the royal patient. Dr.
Hoeslnges .one of tha queen's attend
ing physicians is staying permanent
ly at the palace. Her majesty's tem
perature yesterday reached the alam-
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All trains make close connection at
Ooble with all Northern Pacific trains
to and from tlie East and Sound pointi
. - , J. C. MAYO,
Gen'I Freight and Passenger Agent.
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7 01) p m
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the soap for fair,
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8: JO a.m
Depot, Fifth md
Irving sts. Portland!
Trains for Balem,
Ogden, gan Fran
cisco, Mojave. Loa
Angeles. El Paso,
New Oreleans and
(daily except Sun
train connects with
train for Mt. An
Natron, and even-
) J ing train for Mt
Angel and Silver-ton.
7:30 a.m Corvallls passen- ( (:6 p.nt
114:5 p.m) Sheridan pasaen- 8:25a.m
'Dally "Dally except Hunday.
7:46 a m
Totalis 343 306 293 260 liil
. C. Ftl'ton 37 43 36 3S 154
!W T. Chutter ... 45 4S 40 3S 171
J. H. Mans-ll .... 31 37 26 37 131
1. Tuttle 25 25 30 39 111)
R. C. F Astbury 40 39 49 40 1SS
W. L. Robb 35 31 31 34 131
F. I.. Parker 32 42 f!4 27 135
IJ. X. Gllffln 31 45 31 31 138
Totals 276 310 277 2S4 1147
Laws has finished With In the 24
games, with the very fine average of
46. He has bowled remarkably well,
and his work Is better than that of
pny othr Northwest bowler fur the
season. A summary of all the games
has not vet been prepared, but Fulton
and Sov.y are probably about even for
sec ml place with between 41 and 42.
The series has been a great educator
ind has male experts of many of the
players. A summary of the games will
appear Iatr In .hese columns.
At the conclusion of the games the
Commercial team was entertained at a
banquet by the Irving. The pleasure
of th occasion was somewhat marred
by the absence of G O Fulton, whose
tine atir was in'ssed. Mr. Fullon
was obliged to retire early with a se
vere headache-both mental and physical.
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