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THE OREGON- DAILYx JOURNAL, i PORTLAND,, -MONDAY EVENINGr SEPTEMBER 22. ; 1903.;
Money Coming In Right
W : Along.
; Theater Performances, Athletic
Exhibition and Concert
i Tha executive committee of, the Are re
; . lief general committee met this morning
at the room of the Merchants' protective
;" Association. Those present were Messrs.
I Hill. Derers, Kowe, FlegeL Fleischner.
- ' Sabln and Mrs. Dr. Cressey.
. Mr, -Cabin-reported that, a committee of
., v prominent men from Lents called on hlra
'' and gave him a detailed list of those In
need. The committee went over this list
cartfollp and approved it.
A letter was .read from J. R. O'Donnell,
Mayor of Klma, thanking, the Portland
. people for their aaslstancs and stating
that no more is necessary at present
- Mr. 8abln also reported that he had
sent out Valentine Brown to Washougal
r andJLa Camas and C W. Embody to the
Lewis JUver country to Investigate con
; ditions there.
The" committee wishes to announce that
5 If anyone lias any supplies, a wagon will
be sent for them If the name and address
la left at Ames A Harris' warehouse, or
. i telephone Main 877.
" L . " GENEROUS PEOPLE. "
- Portland nay well be called the most
generous Wy In the 'West. by the way
"-caah subscription and supplies are eom
Ing In -for" the TsUef of the Are sufferers.
yesterday,1 and $W.2Swas netted In the
musical benefit, making a total of W835.8U
; contributed, to date for this relief work.
? -Some of: the benefits to be given for the,
:- iliw.ewtterera rand, which should- be well
"patronised, are the performances at the
-J4 Marram and Baker Theatres tomorrow
t afternoon,. -the athletlo exhibition at the
UjSxposition, building Friday evening and
-the coaoert andantertalnment at Wood
' , Saaa'a hall tomorrow, evening. jj "...
; i r STATEMENT OF COMMITTEK.
" at, Tha -following statement haa been Issued
.. by those' baring : charge of the relief
i Td'tbe Public: .
' . .y'The Fire Relief Committee, appointed
Friday at the City Hall, met and organised
Ha turday morning end desires now through
,' Its officers to advise the people of the city
r Its plana.
First-Mr, B, I . Babln. No. JL Front
4 street, Portland, Oregon, is secretary and
treasurer pf the committee. All corre
v Spondenoe relating to fire sufferers should
- be sent to him. . '
- ' BecondAAmes & Harris' warehouse. No.
' J2 Second street, baa been selected as a
central depot for the reception an ddistri-'
. button of all goods.
.'Churches, lodges and individuals having
s &UPPH, for .-he' sufferers, are requested
4 "end IJJternvia earijf as possible to this
receiving station. 4"l-,t
, TbfedAll 'lftrJons 4wh have' already
pent assistance to any of the needy dls
, i jtrlcto are requested to report to Mr. Babln
. order that a complete record may be
, 1 secured. ,
, f. j Fourth All committees of relief in the
burned districts arej requested to commu
: pleat a with the secretary, or this com
, mlttee. stating the seeds In ther localities
, fa order that the work of relief may be
. ? simplified. Such local commltteess mak-
Ing application for assistance are urged
Jto state specifically what fir required, tn
. . f ach Una ox supplies and In what amount.
Fifth The public' la requested to send
- 'in no more clothing except, such as has
Already been fathered, until further an
y touncement Is made.
V-. Sixth The committee Is now sending
,?enta 2 the.principai.spsnea-of dJatreaa.
; and It Is expected that the committee will
be able In a few days to give more definite
, Information as to needs.
"f EPQAR P. HILL,
R. L. SABIN.
. ' v Becreary and Treasurer.
AT SHIELDS' PARK TESTERDAY.
An addition of $66,25 to -the relief fund
Is the result of the musical benefit given
at Shields' Park yesterday. The program
as published In a recent Issue of The
Journal, was thoroughly enjoyed, as the
75 musicians under Leader Brown did ex
tellent work. All the participants in the
benefit donated ther services, even the
candy vendor giving a share of the pro
ceeds of his sales.
i . AT MAKQCAM AND BAKER.
No doubt the best money-making bene
;$50 CASH PRIZE
Jouraat AhVerygine Number ot Vote8 CaBt n Coupons Cut From The
l ,; ROLL-TOP DESK
,- - f
?2J0rTni,on Rece,vln the Second Largest Number of 'Votes Cut
Tip Union fa Barred Open to All.
TT . CONTEST OPENS SEPT. 2, 1901.
And U for the purpose of ascertaining which two labor unions In the cltv
; iZJ1!? t mott popular progressive and enterprising. Sgo in cash and i.
. IfTL.? "'i:10! writing desk, represent the first and second . prises re
spectively, tio union Is barred from entering the rae: i is free for alL
t ! voto for..
PoAIanSI popu,w 0rw
; s v (Voter's name)
m Contest eioees October 2, 1002.
September 20, 10Z.
fit will be that of the performances at
the Marquam and Baker Theaters tomor '
rbw afternoon. These performances will
probably1 net close -to (S090. -
The program at the Msirquam will com
mence with the performance of the "Lot
tery of Love," by the James; Neill Com
pany, followed by "Nancy & Co." by the
NIU Stock Company. ' The performance
at the Baker will commence with "Nancy
Co., after which the "Lottery of Love"
will be, given. The performances will
commence at 1:S0 and will conclude at
1:30, representing four hours of continu
ous pleasure for those who are lucky
enough to procure seats.
Messrs. Nell, Helllg and Baker are to
be congratulated for carrying out these
performances and the participants are to
be highly commended for their unselfish
ness arid large-heartednees In ottering to
perform a hard day's work for the bene
fit of the fire sufferers.
CONCERT AT WOODMEN'S HALL.
Another benefit which ought to net a
good round sum I the concert and en
tertaJftment to-be .given tornarcaw. evening
by the Mllwaukle Band at Woodmen's
Hall. The program will consist of musi
cal selections, clog dancing, legerdemain,
cake walks, quartets, etc. Miss Eva
Bcott and John Wetsler are to be com
mended tor the untiring energy they are
displaying to inake this affair ; a grand
ATHLETICS -EXPOSITION BUILDINO
Something that will Interest all who
care anything for dean athletics will
be the exhibition at the Exposition Build
ing next Friday evening. The program
for this exhibition has not as yet been
announced, but it is known that Bobert
Fltssimmons will box two rounds each
with Tom Trace y, Alonso Cook and bis
sparring partner. Tracey and- Denny will
also give a boxing exhibition of six
rounds. Besides these there will be other
numbers from members of the Multnomah
and Portland-Athletic Clubs. F. Alonso
Cook, "The Human Megaphone," will do
the announcing. . Every local amateur or
professional athlete 1 Invited to present
his name at Tracy A Denny's for service
LEAGUE IN SESSION
The executive committee of the Repub
lican League of Oregon is now In session
In the Hamilton building. The purpose
of the meeting Is to elect a vice-president,
vice I. A. Macrum, deceased, and to elect
11 delegates to the National Convention
of Republican Leagues to be held In Chi
cago October 1 and S.
' Isaac Miller Hamilton, of Chicago, Is
president of the ' national convention.
which meets once in two years.
President Roosevelt will attend the next
convention, when be will deliver an ad
dress. - - --
The executive committee of the Repub
lican League of Oregon are: J. . M.
Church, of La Orande; Theodore Camer
on, of Jacksonville; J. - W.- Mldrum, -of
Clackamas: Q. W. Johnson, of Dufur, and
J. P. Kennedy, of Portland, the latter be
ing secretary. Fred W, Mulkey, of Port
land, Is National League viee-prealdent
for Oregon and W. H. Moore, of Moro,
Im the Oregon member of the National
League executive committee.
AGAINST THE BEGRO.
INDIANAPOLIS, v Bept.. 2J.-The third
encampment of the Spanish-American
War Veterans haa attracted to this city
a large number of those who fought in
Cuba and the Philippines. At the session
tomorrow a heated discussion Is expected.
as a resolution is to be Introduced by the
Kentucky delegation, barring negroes
from the order. It is quite likely the reso
lutlon will be defeated, as delegations
from the North and East will oppose It.
CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET.
Green vs. WIndle. motion allowed.
Hume vs. Multnomah County, motion
Baughman va. Taylor, motion allowed.
Noble vs. Lombard, demurrer overruled,
with leave to separate defenses.
- NibHn -ft. - ReJd et al., demurrer over
ruled. Falca vs. Banfleld et al.. demurrer sus
Spapldlng vs. Bpaulding, default.
Williams vs. Williams, judgment.
Cottell et al. va. C. K. Henry, default.
Cottell et al. va. C. K. Henry, judgment.
NEW MINING COMPANY.
Articles Incorporating, the Wolf Creek
Mining and Development Company were
Hied this morning with the County Clerk
by Milton B. Boaworth, A. V. Pendleton
and Scott Bosworth. The capital stock
Is fixed at $1,000,000.
Secretary George Lamberaon, of the
State Board of Horticulture, has returned
from a day's trip to Salem.
All Votes iuust Be Written on Journal
nd enterprlsln0 Labor Union In
for use after
Prominent Railroad Men
Thirty-Four Cars of Livestock
Frorn Fair Camejn. ,.,
" Last Night. .
F. J. Erfert, Assistant Oeenral Freight
Agent of the Wisconsin Central Railway
Company, or Milwaukee, arrived una
morning on the 10:10 train. Mr. Erfert
will remain about six or eight weeks
looking over this country, and Intends
taking a lot of Portland advertising mat
ter with him on his return East. He said
to a Journal reporter this morning that
the Northwest country presents grand
opportunities for homeseekers and while
hare he shall endeavor to study the ad
vantages thoroughly, so as to be able to
assist in advertising Oregon, Mr. Erfert
and wife while here will remain at the
THOMPSON ' SPEAKS.
F. W. Thompson, General Western
Agent of the Rock Island system. Is (n
the city and is stopping at the Portland.
Mr. Thompson was here In 1883 and stated
to a Journal reporter that If it were qot
for two or thee landmarks he would not
recognise the city at all. He is greatly
pleased with Portland, the amount of
business done by ; the railroads In thin
city, particularly that of his Una, which
Is under the supervision in this city of I
B. Graham, a moat. able railroad man.
I g he. course of .Jcgnyersatlon he said:.
"Yes, our office in this city has increased
Its business wonderfully, and can com
pare very favorably with that of other
eastern roads having an office In Port
land. We Intend strengthening our Port
land branch and do our share in adver
tising: this country. I don't think there
Is a more wonderful or better country
than Oregon, and would not be a bit sur
prised to see this state stride forward t3
amailng proportions In a very short time,
both in wealth and populatloekiu i 1
HOP-PICKEKS RETURNING. "
Three carloads of hop-pickers from
Brooksabout -ISO In all came in this
morning from the hop fields. They report
that all others are getting ready, to go
home and all hop-pickers will be back In
a short time.
Thirty-four cars of live stock came in
from Salem last night, having been exhib
ited a.t the StateFair. The Southern P3
oiflo Company have sent on another en
gine so that sock may be forwarded
more promptly. Probably more live stock
Is coming up tonight.
The Southern Pacific annual Inspection
has started under the direction of J. H.
Wallace, engineer of maintenance of .way.
The Inspection board consists of Mr. Wal
lace and several division superintendents.
They Intend going as far aa Durikraier.
SIOUX CITY ELKS''
Making Preparations to Receive
SIOUX CITT, la., Sept. 22. -A big street
parade marked the opening today of the
Elks' street carnival, which will continue
during the week. Shows are located on
the principal business streets, and the
city is gay with bunting and banners.
For more than a month the work of prep
aration has been In progress. The streets
are lined with booths decorated with the
Elks' colors. Every day during the week
there will be excursions Into the city,
bringing thousands of visitors. Presldert
Roosevelt will be here Friday and it will
be the big day of the carnival. Other
days have been designated as Sioux Falls
and Tri-State Day, Traveling Men's Day
and Children's Day.
ATTENDANCE WILL BE SMALL
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 23. The attend
ance at the National convention of Em
ployers' and Employes promises to be
small. Judging by the earty arrivals. The
principal address tonight will be made
by Labor Commissioner Carroll D.
LIBRARY GETS NEW -BOOKS.
The past two weeks has noted a large
addition to the already fine collection of
volumes at the Portland free library,
During that time several hundred new
titles were received. The list Includes
books for the old, the young, the mer
chant and the clerk.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Caroline Collins et al. to Emma J.
Archambeau, und. H int. eH lots 8,
4. block 63. Holladay'a add ........ t 1
Wm. Ladd and wife to K. II. Gig-
ham, lot 14, 14 ft of alley adjoining
on n. side Hlllcrest . 6S0
Wm. Seyler ana wife to Nelson W
Bowland. :63 acres sec. 19., twp.
1 s.. r. 3 e (78
Ahio S. Watt, to Annie P. N. Steel,
60x24 ft 20th and Upshur at 100
E. E. Ma. lory to Daniel Eprague. lots
5, 6. 7. 8. 17 to 20. block 2; lots 1
to 4, block 2, Normandale ., 1
E. E. Ponnay and husband to Tillle
Lincoln, lot 11, block 11, Sunnyslde
add . 87S
Chas. H bnoles and wife to Marga
ret C. Wolf, t IT, block 21. Kings
2d add esna
Martin Foater and wife to Mathilde
uullland.. e. Hi ft. n. 67. ft wtt lots
7. 8, block 238. city .... . mnA
Jas. M. Myers to Mary J. Woodward,
lot l, block 13, city .... .. i
Get your Title insurance and Abstracts
to Real. Estate from the Title Guarantee
Trust Co, Chamber of Commerce.
Authority, fif the 'United States Is
XwASHINOTOlf Sept 22. Officials
Washington are highly pleased at
late news received from the seat of trou
ble in 8euth America. Commander Mc
Lean of the cruiser Cincinnati cabled the
Navy Department this morning that he
has complete control of the situation at
Panama, The message indicates that the
forces of the Colombian Government have
recognised tha authority of the United
Statee over. Isthmian traffic
CONFERS WITH POPE
Premier Lausier Discusses Canadian
an American Affairs.
. ROME, Sept. 22.The I'ope today held
a so-n.VU audience With. Premier laur
ier, which, way devoted to the discussion
cf Canadian and Aemrlcan affairs.
A G. Woodbury, aged 20, Eva May Nel
son, S3. k
Joseph M. Burke, 26, Frances L. Slln
Chas. U. Toung. 34, Tenia A Douglas,
OVER THE WIRES.
Marie Laraen was killed by a Coast
Line passenger 'train at Htanwood. Wash.
Friday. He leaves a. wife and nine chil
dren. -. y
The safe in the Meridian, Idaho, post-
office was blown up by burglars early
h rway morning; Between zuu ana w ue
ing secured, . : -
A renort from Kmaston. St. Vincent, H.
W, I.; says that tUsre was another erup
tlorr of ta -guufrlera - early "yesterday
morning, but no oss of life.
The district fair, and, carnival at Baker
City is a disappointment to the commit
tee. the citisena .and' the visitors. The
exhibits a re. meager and the attendance
very light. ., . fi ', ,
A correspondent pf the London Chronicle
cables, from Vienna Jhat neither Russia
nor -Austria will JlUPpert the appeal ot
the United States Jn. behalf of (ha Jews
of Roumania, - D ; . : . - . a
In a fight with a posse, near Omaha,
yesterday, Peter -Olsen, who shot and
killed his sweetheart in that city, Sep
tember 8, received wdunds from the effects
of which he faled.--''-
Behind the bars at the Walla Walla
penitentiary are 128 convicts who are serv
ing- sentences of. tett years or over. Four
are life men, and one Is serving a sen
tenco of 40 years-f
A new ordinance in Helflngfors, Finland,
provides that officials are placed beyona
Judicial prosecution;.'1 without the consent
of the survivors, and toe officials are re
movame by the Senate.
Flour mill men of Minneapolis, have
made a demand for an eight-hour day In
the mills in that section, and unless their
demand is complied witb-i tay September
29 there will be aneral strike.
MMlnii ira tn Kil held throughout Oer
'Ini 'protest 'iXffljst thelhign prices
orWeat Wow prevSrthg intftat country.
and ask that authority be given Depu
ties ta lntanellatetha , government re
garding the boycott off foreign meats.
A Paris dispatch says that the Duchess
of Rochefoucauld, daughter of United
States Senator John M. Mitchell, under
went an operation for appendicitis sat
urday. The operation was successful an.
her conumon today Is entirely satlsfac
Gus Kate, night marshal ot Goldfleld,
Colo., was shot and killed byarglars In
Stowe's drug store at an early hour yes
terday morning. Kate saw two men enter
tne rear of the store and followed them
in. They opened fire on him, shooting
him through the heart.
- Harry 8trong, who -mi shot through
the neck by Captain MUes W. Romney
tha proprietor of the Ophlr Saloon, at
Salt Lake, last Sunday afternoon, died
at Holy Cross Hospital early yesterday
morning. Strong was tho adopted son of
Dr. E. Treat Payne, of New York.
Moses T. Hale, ex-City Treasurer of
Colorado Springs, charged with embeztle
ment of 310.000 of city funds, withdrew his
plea of not guilty and pleaded guilty In
the District Court. Judge Seeds suspend
ed sentence, saying that It appeared that
the shortage, which waa Incurred through
the defendant's generosity to friends, had
been settled by his brother, Wlllard Hale.
September 20, to the Wife of James H.
Irvine, 6 First street, a boy.
' CONTAGIOUS DISEASES.
Pearl Chance,' 74 Mai lory avenue;
Lela Goddard, 45S Going; street;
September 20, William H. Wetiell, aged
7 years; Inanition.
September 19. Lawrenco Noble, aged 48
September 16, Fannie E. Haynes, aged
43 years, 11 months and 1 days; cancer.
Beptembet 19, Ida Rae Myrick. aged 43
years, 7 months and 3 day; pneumonia':
September 20. Myrot- Hutchinson; still
J. P. Flniey A Son. Undertakers and
Emalmers, comer Third and Jefferson
streets, do first-class work and deal hon
oably with all. . ...
The Edward Hdlmart Undertaklna Co..
funeral directors and" embalmera. 280
Yamhill... Phone 607.
Crematorium, -n Oreaon City 'ear
line, near Sell wood: modem, scientific.
complete. Charges Adults, $35; child
ren, $25. Visitors, g to O. m. Portland
Cremation Associatlonjuportland. Or.
Derby Man Identified as
HIS FATHER CABLES
Will Assist Son If He Gives Him-
DER8T, Conn., 8ept. 22. The man ar
rested, hese who gave the name of E !
wards and claimed aa his residence Fort
land, Oregon, has been identified as Wil
liam Hooper Young, wanted for the mur
der of Mrs. Pulltier.
ADVICE OF FATHER.
NEW YORK, Sept. 22. Attorney Hart.
who has been engaged by John W. Young.
father of the accused murderer of Mr.
Pulitser, received a cable today with a
request to give it to the newspapers and
to William Hooper Young: "1 hear you
are suspected of a henious crime and oe
Ing aougbt for. I advise you to surrender
to the officers and face the charge l.ke
a man. No one knowing you believes y.-u
to be gujlty, and you owe it to yourself,
your family and the religion you forsook.
to prove your innocence. It you take this
course, I will stand by you.
CLAIMED PORTLAND HOME.
DERBY, Conn., Sept. 22. The man be
ing held on suspicion of being the murder
er of Mrs. Pulitser, in New York last
week, told the police this morning that
his name was Burt Edwards. He claims
to have a daughter, Mrs, Jennie, t)3
wife .t. Uenix Caxuthers... UvJng..a.t 60.
Sixth street, Portland, Oregon. He says
that he left Portland four years ago and
has been tramping ever since, through
New England. He claims that he his
been working at intervals In different
towns throughout the country. When
asked by the authorities he positively -t.
fused to sit for a photo. The description
pf the man tallies with that of the mur
derer of Ms. Pulitzer, W. H. Young. The
New York police have wired Instruction
to the afrthdrities here to hold the suspect
untrt the arrival of detectives who will be
sent to Identify the man.
Diligent inquiry has been made at the
number mentioned, but no such person Is
(JFFICERS GO TO DERBY.
NEW YORK, Bept. 22.-0" receipt of
Information that a man had been cap
tured, on suspicion 'of being the murerer
of Mrs. Pulitser, detectives were immedi
ately, sent to- Derby,--Coti.7 -to- decide
whether or ont the suspect, giving the
name of Burt Edwards, and held there, !
the man wanted for the murder of Mrs.
Mayor Williams is In receipt or an in
vitation to attend the National Congress
and Convention of the American Forestry
Association, at Colorado, Springs, October
tith to 9th next. In case he cannot respond
personally he is Invited to name delegates
which he will do if any representative
citizen wishes to attend the congress.
$173 AND $204
For. the B es t Medium
Grade Pianos on
Wo want to dispose of three carloads
of these planoa the present week, and
we are going ' to sell them at dealer'a
wholesale prices. They are Instruments
that have been sold by another retail
house heretofore for $275 snd $300. The
Instruments we are offering today for
$204 and $173 are better made and more
Improved than they were when they eold
for $275 and $300. Further than this, they
are fully warranted by us They are cab
inet grand style In mahogany, oak and
walnut, full 7 1-3 octaves. Terms are
surprisingly sasy, $10 down secures the
Instrument In your house and $6 pay
ments In monthly Installments completes:
the purchase. a
These terms and prices are low, wo
know, and ws could not begin to moke
them were It not for the unequaled facili
ties ye possess for selling plsnos cheaply.
Having four large houses, one In each
of the largest cities on the Coast, we
buy pianos In such Immense quantities
to supply them that, we alwaya secure
the very best prices. Shipping -them
without boxes as we do makes another,
great aavlng; having warehouses located
right on the railway tracks and owning
our own trucks, and teams saves much
money In handling. These unequalled ad
vantages you get the benefit of In the
shape of lower prices on good, guaranteed
Instruments than you can get anywhere
also,.. ...... , .
Do not hesitate. Bring your wife snd
daughter In tomorrow and make them
happy with a new piano.
If these planoa do not suit, we have
numerous other makes of all grades, clear
up"tothe very top of high grade pianos
the Weber of New, York, the Chickerlng
of Boston' and the Kimball of Chicago.
These pianos are going to bo sold. You
delay your purchase at your own risk
EILERS PIANO HOUSE
' 851 Washington street.
Branch houses . In San Francisco. Sac i
ram en to and Spokane.
, Special courses in modern languakea . ahd musUv , New - buildings;
modern equipment; private sleeping roms; no Open dormitory; largs
armory; " recreation ; rooms; athretloi . promoted and encouraged!
chemioai and physical laboratoriesVexperlenced faculty. , . :
A boarding and day school for boys of all ages; younger boyi
i r or
PR.J. W. HILL, Principal.
MARSHALL AND TWKNTT-JrOTJRTH StC j! "tPORTLAND OH.
fall term opens September 17,
Do you want paying employment with
merchants and business men,' With , the
banks,, railways and other great or-
nnratlona or tna
can' "help -yu. Fdr
Women between 14
, .we obtain salaries
.to 11000 a year,
uosltlon lor any one
pare for the work to be done, and when once placed, there Is a chance to rise!
Write for our catalogue now. while you are thinking- ot It It will show yoa
that we can nt you for business and find business for you. Address
HOLMES ENGLISH AND BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Eleventh and Yamhill Streets. Portland, Or. ' ' ' .
The Press Association of Washington
convenes at Walla Walla September 23,
21 and 25.
The Waverly, Wash, beet sugar fac
tory has commenced operations. A.bout
1?5 persons are employed.
George D. Carpenter, 6f Dryad, Wash.,
has been found guilty of criminal assault
on his 13-year-old daughter. The girl re
cently gave birth to a child.
At the present time fully one-half the
wheat crop of the Walla , Walla Valley
has been hauled from the field and either
lodged in warehouses or shipped to tide
water. The Vancouver & Lewis River Trans
portation Company's river steamer Lur
line struck a rock while going down the.
river about t o'clock Sunday morning.
and Is now oh the beach near Waterforil,
According to the prediction of drain
inspector Arriamlth, based on personal
Investigation, the wheat crop of Washing
ton, Idaho and Oregon will be at least
3,000,000 bushels short of the expectations
c-ntertalned earlier In the season.
Amelia McBean, the wild girl of the
Walla Walla River, has been located In
Walla Wallu, where she haa been quietly
flaying for a day or two after leaving
the country districts. She says she ran
away on account Of III 'treatment, and
that she will not go back.
Charles Alyea, a . farmer living near
Second and Oak Streets
HOW T CAH BE OBTAItJEP
How to Make a Marvplously Perfect Complexion
and Restore Youthful Looks.
HOW TO REMOVE PI M PLES. FRECKLES, M OTH, BROWN
PATCHES, BLACKHEADS, 01 LI NESS AND ALL DE
FECTS FROM JHE FACE, NECICAND ARMS. -
There it nothing more beaut! ml than the human lace with its ftradons countenance,
ibl parkllng eyeUtt pleasant smile and perfect symmetry.
But the crowning glory of the lace Is a radiant complexion with its lively glow, its Toothful
tinge, and its fine, smooth texture.
Bat the qneattoa is esa snob a. complexion be attained f
- - ia this wonderfully progressive age of art, literature and science i of the steam engine, tho
nighty cannon, the electric motor, the wireless telegraph and the ponderous fabric-making
machines; what Is there that is Impossible f
By a careful study of the nature and textured the skin, and a thorough research In the
realms of chemistry and compounding of Ingredients, a remedy has been at last perfected that
will accomplish these results.
t This remedy Is Met. A, Roppert's Face Bleach.
WHAT g ACK HLSACH IS-Fstee Bleach is not a eoemetlc to cover up, but It abso
lutely removes once and forever all the discoloraUons and blemishes to which the complex tea
Is subject. I ean positively guarantee every woman it will do all I claim. Its action oa U
skhs esaaot tall to remove every defect. It's a well-known fact that the blood la order to
cleanse itself is constantly throwing off Its Impurities through the pores of the ikin ; now If the
pores are not kept open, the Impurities of the blood cannot escape, bnt collect below the sur
face, and pradoM all manner of skin troubles, such as PIMPLES, FRECKLES, MOTH, SALLOW
HESS, EOEEMA, AONB AMD NUMEROUS OTHER BKIN DISEASES AND DISCOLORATION!.
ACTION OS" PACK BLEACH. Now Pace Bleach has this two-fold action ; first, it has
a BMgaetical action, which attracts and draws to the surface the impurities which have col
lected under the skin; and, secondly a chemical action which removes by scaling off (in the
form ot a Ane dandruff) the surface of the outer, diseased or dead cuticle, leaving the under ski a
beautiful, youthful-looking and delicately tinted by nature clear, smooth and perfect ' This
method Is perfectly harmless to the most delicate skin, as it harmonises with the laws of hygiene
and nature, the two' factors which wo most adhere to and follow If we wish to permanently im
prore oarpemorm appearance. ,
THOUSANDS BENErtTKD. Thousand! of patrons, who were annoyed and vexed
with most miserable complexions, have been deliirhted with the grand Improvement If adame
Buppert'l Face Bleach hat produced In their s Una Many complexions, covered with plmplet,
freckles and ecsematoos eruptions (Uchlnav burning aud aeenytnay have beH changed to
bright, -besuhfut skins, and the improvements made In their looks were simply marvelooa.
There Is scarcely a defect to which the complexion is heir which will not succumb to this won- '
derful remedy. Prematureyrrinkles and Jibes those inroads of beauty are quickly effaced,
and those muddy, diaflgarififr, sallow. Jaundiced skins are quickly transformed Into clear. '
wholesome ones by Its use. Flabby- tk!n which also mark the taverns of time become firm
and smooth after a few applications fJkia troubles which have baffled the most skilful phy
sicians have been removed and cared promptly, and many have expressed, personally and by
. letter, their heartfelt and profoun1ejt thanks for thl. wonderful Face Bleach. .
Jl positive guarantee u given u race uieaca
which are ftiroi.bed with each order, that it
Bom your complexion.
AU of Mme. A. fiuppert'i world renowned
The Success and High Standing
Of many hundreds of Dr. Hal's graduates and former P.
Pile during tha last 24 years Indicate the enerit of bh .
methods. Prepares for college In Classical. Bclectlflo ani ;
English courses. Regular courWe . Is ' practical training tot
bualneui Hf vr mial tr InlrrV' anil mvVia nlal aita w4nsT
catalogue. etc, appiz.w v
countrvT II ma. wa a
and 40 years of m'
ranging from . $60(r-;
we can obtain a good
wnom we can pre
Colvtlie, is the possessor of a freafc ot
nature. About six weeks ago one of hu
cowa gave birth to a seven-legged call
with-two tails.-' The calf -is apparent!
perfect in all other respects, la growihf
rapidly and takes its f6od with a relist
along with its companions.
ON THE COAST
AND - ' ' .
OR. B. E. WRIGHT
Hours: S a. m. to 5 p. m., and
7 to 8 p. m.
Telephone North 2191.
34VA Washington Street
is used according to tne new ipeasioiiwuo;
will remove every discoloration and im;
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preparations are sold, by us at reduced prloee.