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kwordsmen fighting in armor.. Th Unjth and six of th tword used indicaUt tha atranflth of tha
littla fightara of tha Land of tha Rising Sun. .
.4FTERAATH OF BLOODSHED
IN COLORADO CAMPS
Though Crowds Still Congregate on the
Streets There Is no Present Trouble
at Scene of Crime.
Denver, June 7. While early reports
today from Victor and Cripple Creek,
where yesterday strife and bloodshed
ruled, indicate that semi peaceful con
ditions prevailed, fears of another out
break at any moment are general.
Throughout the night squads of citi
zens, reinforced by details of the mili
tia, traveled over the district making
arrests until now the bull pen is filled
with 400 or more prisoners. The city
marshals of Anaconda, Gold field, and
Independence are among the prisoners.
Together with the city marshal of
Victor and the sheriff of Teller county,
this makes a total of five officials of
the gold camp towns to have been de
posed since the troubles of yesterday
Adjutant General Bell remained in
his office at the capitol here until a
late hour last night expecting a call
for troops from Cripple Creek, but none
came. The fact that Sheriff Bell, the
successor of the deposed Teller county
official, has expressed a determination
t handle the situation without the aid
of troops, other than the local com
panies, gives assurance to many that
the citizens of the camp have offered
him all the assistance necessary to
fmeen the conditions and that the
trouble will be brought to an end by
sheer force of pluck. Sheriff Bell Is
.known as a man of nerve and this was
demonstrated when he compelled the
deputies appointed by the deposed city
marshal of Victor to surrender their
commissions and guns to him, person
ally. No attempt Is being made by the
so-called vigilantes and the new police
officers to Interfere with crowds who
congregate on the streets, and, al
though nearly every one is ' carrying
arms unconcealed, Sheriff Bell and his
deputies and the soldiers mingle free
ly among them searching for persons
upon whose arrest they are bent All
citizens of the district union and non
union sympathizers alike, unite in con
demning the atrocity at Findley which
caused such appalling destruction of.
life and property, and precipitated a!
condition In the district little short ofi
turers. Officers will be chosen at a
later date. The association's principal
objects are to establish a bureau of
information to bring forward the new
and Improved method in construction
and to take such action aa would be In
the interests of Its members aa regards
alcohol as fuel.
Mukden, June 7. The authorities
announce that the Interpretation of
Journalistic criticism of things Rus
sian, written before tha war or be
fore military recognition of the press
Is now waived that all charges against
correspondents detained here on ac
count of such criticism or for other
reasons have been removed, and the
correspondents are being allowed to
proceed south. Few of the newspaper
men, however, are allowed to go for
ward at the time though about 15 will
go to Liao Yang soon. This step Is
taken at the order of General Kuropat-kln.
CAN'T FIND THE CUP.
Another Trust Formed.
New York, June 7. Forty-four lead
ing manufacturers of boats have, at a
meeting held here, formed the National
Association of Engine Boat Manufac-
King Misses Famous Trophy Won by
New York, June 7. The case of the
missing Cape May cup won by his
majesty's yacht the Brlttanla, promises
to become famous, says a Herald dls
patch from London. It Is reported that
diligent search for the trophy has been
m ide at Windsor castle, but no trace
of it can be found.
A careful record 'Is kept of all the
Ju-mH 'Of furniture, sliver and gold
ornaments ut the cnstle, but the only
trophy there is his majesty's Ascot
gold cup, which Permlmmon won In
1S97. The inspector at the castle be
liever, thut such a trophy would never
have ben rent to Windsor at all, but
ore of Herpicld
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS
Newbro's Herplclde a success?
Because it has the
"Force" or capacity to produce an effect
What Is the effect?
The destruction of the invisible, vine-like, microblc
gT-owth that lodges in the sebaceous glands of the hair
follicles, where its growth and development causes dan
ruff, itching scalp, falling hair, and later, Incurable bald
ness. t Wornidde cleasant to use?
Clear as crystal Newbro's Herplclde Is the daintiest,
most delightful and refreshing application ever prepared
for the scalp. It contains no oil, grease, sediment or dye
matter. Careful people who now consider it a duty to use
a scalp prophylactic, to insure cleanliness and freedom
frnm rtnndruff contagion, prefer Newbro's Herplclde on
account or lis extreme puriiy, exquisite
fragrance and refreshing quality.
Ladies, in particular, become enthusi
astic over it, because It keeps the hair
lieht and fluffy and gives It a silken
STOPS ITCHING INSTANTLY,
A Healthy Hair.
THE FIRST HAIR-SAVER.
Newbro's Herplclde is the first "Halr-Hnvor." It was
not made until the microblc and contagious nature of true
dandruff was discovered. Before this discovery, ap
proaching baldness was considered Inevitable, and after
It came the scalp was treated with tincture of canthar
Ides (made from dried blistering bugs) and other Irritant
to make the hair "grow." Every dermatologist now recog
nizes the fallacy of this treatment Save your hair while
you have hair to save. Kill the dandruff germ with
Newbro's Herplclde and give nature a chance; marvelous
results will follow.
MATERIALLY BENEFITED BY ITS USE.
I have noticed a very material benefit from the use
f Herplclde and believe it will effect an entire cure."
(Signed) C. S. MUDGE.
Baker City, Ore.
"I used a couple of bottles of New
bro's Herplclde with marvelous results.
Dandruff disappeared and my hair
stopped falling out."
(Signed) CLAUDE WATKINDS.
T. F. LAURIN,
At Drug Stores $1.0. Send 10c In stamps to THE HERPICIDE CO.,
Detroit, Mich. , for sample.
DESTROY THE CAUSE YOU RE MOVE THE EFFECT."
Aa Unhealthy Hair.
wouldthave been kept at Sandrlnghfim
with hta majesty's other trophies,
which are very numerous and Include
many yachting and racing cups and
ptlsca won at agricultural shows. A
careful search Is now to be made at
DEAD COMES TO LIFE.
Dootora Save Life of Girl Who
Bn Put in Har Coffin.
Chicago, June 7. A dispatch to the
Tribune from Caster, H, 1 says:
"After lying 8 hours In hr coffin,
Mabel Fearing, the 5-yeur-old daugh
ter of C. M. Fearing, has been revived,
The child was saved through the In
tervention of Dr. K. S. Norton, a rel
ative, who was at the house to attend
the funeral. Dr. Norton noted the rosy
cheeks and unchanged appearance of
the child and refused to penult the
coffin to be closed. He called other
physicians and an effort was made to
revive the child. At lust signs of
stethoscope Indicated a return or
strong heart action. An hour later the
child was sleeping In the anna of Ita
mother. With proper care tha child
will soon be In an advanced convales
FOUGHT FOR HONORS.
Spirited Boxing Contest Said to Have
Taken Plaoe in England,
New York. June 7. At the National,
Sporting Club there has been a well-
fought boxing contest for $1500 between
llantamwelghts Jimmy Walsh of Bos
ton and "Digger" Stanley of England,
says an American dispatch from Lon
don. They boxed 15 rounds at 112
pounds to a draw. '
Despite the American's failure a
month ago against the same opponent,
ho was favorite und much money was
bet on him at 4 to 6. Walsh's weight
was 1UH pounds, while Stanley tipped
the beam at 110.
What Makes Popularity?
The futility of attempting to decide
upon the particular character of stories
In which the public Is Interested, to
the exclusion of others, nt any one time,
has been demonstrated again and
again. Even while the nature story,
the tale of adventure or the romance
of humble life may be In the highest
favor apparently, there will suddenly
begin a sale for a book of entirely dif
ferent character ond the chameleon
property of popular attention be
proved. A case In point Is offered by
two spring novels, "The Issue" and
"Cadets of Gaseony." The first, by
George Morgan, Is a thoughtful study
of the days of Clay. Webster, Calhoun
and Lincoln, cast In Actional form.
"Cadets of Gaseony" Is a rattling story
of French life of bygone times and the
author Is Burton F. Stevenson, already
well known for his books, "At Odds
With the Regent" and "TheJIoIluday
Case." The advance demand on 'each
of these boks was sufficient to compel
the publishers to print a second large
edition before the lwok was put upon
A WOMAN'S BACK.
Tha Aches and Palna Will Disappear
if This Advice la Followed.
A woman's back has many nches
Most times 'tis the kidneys' fault.
Backache Is really kidney ache. ;
Thafa why Doan's Kidney pills
Many women know this.
Read what orte has to sny about It:
Mrs. Painter, wife of J. W. Painter,
expressman, living at 810 East Seventh
street, Portland, says: "I have had
more or less kidney trouble all my
life. When quite a young girl I had
a severe spell of sickness, and all who
knew me thought I was going to die
I finally recovered, but ever after my
kidneys bothered me and I have suf
fered at times terribly. I could no
more He on my left side than I coul
fly, and could not stoop to pick any
thing off the floor without workln
hands on my hips. In addition to thl
myself up gradually by placing my
there were headaches, dizziness and
trouble with the kidney secretions, for
all of which I doctored and used more
than one remedy said to be a sure cure
for such annoyances. Nothing brought
me relief compared with that received
from Doan's Kidney Pills. The results
stamp that remedy as one fully up to
representations made for It."
Emphatic endorsement can he had
right here In Astoria. Drop Into Chas
Rogers' drug store and ask what cus
Sold for 60c per box by all drug
gists. Foster -Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
in. i., soie agents for th United
Remember the namelj0un's
take no substitute.
. kt measure Is 42,
IT ysur "
ooat would ba little unoomfortablo
and would oausa soma aomment mong
your friends.. Is your advertising
penditure out too small for your busi
ness cheat measurement?
DON'T GO TO 8T LOUIS
Till you coll at or writs to the Chi
cago, Milwaukee A 8L Paul Railroad
Office 1J4 Thlrt street, Portland, Or
Low rates to all polnta east, In connec
tion with U transcontlnontals.
II. B. ROWS,
A DIRECT LINE
to Chicago mi all point aat Louis
ville, Memphis. New Orleana, tnd all
TUB "AIR ROUTE,
via, Chicago or Nsw Orteana to It.
LoviU. U om thl ttv y tD nf
and th fact that tn
r r .Mrm CENTRAL olteri unaurpai- (
,. aervlcs via these potnU to th.
WORLD'S FAlll, anu i -
lion to all points beyond, maKes i
your advantage, In cos you com
plat t trip to any point taet, to
u bafor making final uranism
W can offer th cholc of at
a doien different route,
B.. II. TRUMBULL, Commercial Af
. . . . nutUM Aval!
141 Tnira airsei. i viuhih ,
J, C. LIND8ET, T. F. P. A. V
143 Third atrttt, Portland, Or
I. B. THOMPSON, F. P. A.
, Room 1, Colmatt Rid, 8ttl, Wah
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
Bee that your ticket read via th
lillnola Central R. R. Thoroughly mod
em trains connect with all transconti
nental line at 8t. Paul and Omaha.
If your friend ar coming west let us
know and w will quota them direct
th apeclally low rite now In effect
from all eastern polnta.
Any Information as to rate, rout,
etc., cheerfully given on application,
B. It. TRUMBUuU Commercial
Agent, 141 Third street, Portland. Or.
J. C. LINDSEY, T. T. A P. A., 141
Third etreet, Portland, Or.
P. B. THOMPSON, r. A. P. A..
ASK THE AGENT FOR
LEAVH PORTLAND ARRXV
100 a m
Portland Union D- 11:19 a m
pot for Astoria andi 1:40 n
For Portland and
10:10 p m
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11:14 a ml
Astoria for Waren
ton, Vlavet Port
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Bsaald for War
Steven A Aatorlaj
All train mlk close connection at
Oobl with all Northern Paclflo train
to and from th East and Bound polnta
i. C. Mayo,
Oenarai Freight and Pasa. Agent.
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To Spokane, 8t. Paul, Minneapolis,
Duluth, Chicago, St. Louis, and all
points east and south.
Q OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY Q
Z The Flyer and 1 he Fast Mail 6
UP TO DATE EQUIPMENT
Daylight trip across the Casoade and
For tickets, rates folders and full In
formation call on or address
City Ticket Agent.
122 Third "Street. Portland, Or.
8. G. YKRKKS, O. W. P. A..
612 l-'lrst Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
If it ia worth while t do buainaas
at all It is worth while to do a lot of
it-and this means, always, a proper
tionate amount of newspaper pace.
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aese tiny Capsules are superior
to balsam ot lopaiba,
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CURE IN 43 HOURS'!
the same diseases with
and Union Pacific
70 hours from Portland to Chicago.
No change of cara.
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OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
All sailing datea subject to ehang.
For Ban Francisco every fly daya
I tally n-
day a Cam
Columbia River to
Cortland and Hay
Steamer Nahcotta leavea Astoria oa
th tide DAILY FOR ILWACO,
connecting there with train for Long
Reach, Tioga and North Beach poln:.
Returning arrive at Astoria same '
evening. ( , , ;
Through ticket to and from an prln
clpal European cities, j
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A transcontinental trav
eler twys: " I've tried them
all and I prefer the
It's the best to be found from '
coast to coast."
It's "The Tram for Com
fort" every night in the year
between Minneapolis, St.
Paul and Chicago. .
Before starting on a trlp-no matter
There-write for Interesting- Informa
tion about comfortable traveling.
H. L SISLER, General Agent
132 Third 6i Portland, Oregon.
T. W. TBABDALK,
General PuiKuiiKi'r Agent, ,
Ut Paul, Minn,