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JHE -OREGON-SUNDAY JQUBNAi; , PORTLAND. SUNDAY MORNINO. . IXAY 27, 1SC3.
i'O.ITLArJD ACADEMY 1Y
Students L Expect Faculty to Make Announce
r. ment . Jhis-Week' to That Effect j
. School Has BeerT Leader int.Game
Students of the Portland academy ex
pect tht this weak the principals will
announce their Intention to abojleh foot
' ball in the institution. . '..
Z x. salal of t he-report was made "by
Iter. i. It Wilson. D. XX, and ,Xr. 8, ..
Johnston ths principals of the academy,
whan they were) seen yesterday aftec-
..' noon . J ' . ." ' ...
''We have reached a decision and It
will be announced In' the next number
of the-Tiwrt(Jour,he-eleHiy- paper,"
, said Or. Johnston. "We prefer that the
'. announcement be made In the school
, paper, and I do not car to say anything
i before that appears."
For several weeks the students of ths
.; academy have been talking of the dts
1 turbine rumor. .'Athletics Is one of ths
' most prominent features of student life
at the school and elargeeperceptage of
1 the boys and a number of ths (iris as
well take sn active Interest or partlcl-
pation in one sport sr another.
Oolnabia Kay Be to Blame. ' -While
ths principals decline Just now
"i discuss what Influenced them to male
' ths decision. It Is believed that ths rul
Ins; of ths faculty of Columbia unl
" " tersity wnd other eastern1 colleges Is !
sponsible. -- Portland academy Is prl
msrlly a preparatory school for college
ICrants Pas.-MiniterWa$ .Not
; - Lost, : at Hit Family :
j.. , Believed.
CAUSED THE TROUBLE
Epistle of Explanation Did Not Reach
Destination, and So WlfTlfhpufht"
He Had Disappeared and Caused
Sewchto-c-Stirted: "','""' 7""
Rev. W. T. Ooulder, pastor of ths
M. K. church South at Grants Pass,
whoso family thought bs had mystsr-
These fabrics, were
woven in ; Oregon from
I the best grade of Oregon
- wooL Let us make one
to your measure and dem
onstrate'triatr it pays "you
to boost home-made prod-
ucts. A '.;.V--- -
A - splendid line of
striped" ".trouserings to
- your measure
" ELKS' BUILDING
Seventh and Stark
work and ts naturally Influenced by any
movement among .she larger educational
institutions of the country, i .- -.
For Ave yeara the academy team has
W'n th ponriMnt in the Jnterscholastic
league. 8oms of tha members of Theae
earn s have vruagnt honor to ins e
In Portland by thslr playing upon
legs teams. ' Plowden Stott. Willis
Chandler and Kenneth Kenton have been
among the strongest men on ths 8tn-
- u. n.. i.n iri' Ath
letics and the lovs of "sport' I "oeepljT
rooted in ths student traditions or tns
school. And it's ths football team that
occupies ths plaos of honor. '
Hamilton Corbet who played on ths
eleven Uat year, has .. already - been
elected football captain for next season.
Other members of last fail's team who
will rsturn to the academy next Septem
ber a rs Ralph Hurlburt, Jerome Thorns,
Vernon Cook and William Ford.
The next issue of - the' -Troubadour,
which will contain ths announcement of
the principals, is expected to appear
during ths latter part of the present
-week, and every student In the school is
eagerly awaiting lta appearance. Much
disappointment j? expressed, of course,
one mads will be strictly adhsrsd to by
the faculty. -
y disappeared -while on a trip io
California, Is safe and sound in Port
land. He reached hers by boat from
San' Pedro today and learned In the
newspapers for the first tlmethatn
letters which he wrote his family from
ijOS-Angeles-an which- failed to reach
ance acare. .A soon sa ins preacner
learned that his family waa uneasy
about him he telephoned to them front
this city and explained how ths thing
"hafflilppenBd.': "."IV".." - . '
Mr. Ooulder is stopping at ths New
Grand Central hotel and will depart to
morrow for his home. Ho- left-Oraota
Pass on May f last to go Into southern
tallfofnla"orf a hunting trip. " WTien hs'
reached Loa Angeles he was ill and de
cided net to undertake the hunting trip."
-.r xstts Ooes Astray.
Hs wrote a lettsr to hla wife explain
ing the change in his plana and notify
ing her that hs was going to San Fran
cisco and Oakland, He. wrote .other let-
tersTtd"her fromthose plsesteTlinir
her that-hs was going back to Los An
geles, then take ths boat to Portland,
and . directing her to . writs to him at
this city. Ths letters failed to reach
her. but hs did not know It. .
Ths wife, not hearing from him and
learning that ha had not gone with ths
hunting party as expected, . became
alarmed and, through ths Modern Wood
men, of which ha is a prominent mem
ber, had search started for him. In
the meantime the minister had taken
oat for Portland. Storms on ths sea
delayed the vessel several days and Mr.
Ooulder did not roach Portland until
this morning. ' Ths first thing hs saw
was a story In ons of ths papers telling
about hla mysterious disappearance. lie
lost no time in calling up his wife "over
the long-distance telephone and assur
ing her that fte hadn't-dtaappeared at
"She simply didn't get my letters and
not knowing where to And me became
alarmed. J don't understand why my!
letters aia not reach tier," hs said.
night says that ths family of the min
ister had been nottned"of hla presence
in roruana ana tneir anxiety was al
BESSIE BAUER IS STILL IN
Police Unable to Find Slightest
Trace of SellwoodCirP
- Five days "have slapsed since 'the dis
appearance of - Bessie Bauer.-'jret all
trace of her has been lost sines she was
seen at the Waahlngton street entrance
of ths City park. Where she went from
there or what fate has overtaken her
ars -questions that may never- b an
swered. The case -4s ons of .the most
mysterious and baffling that Ihe police
have been called upon to unravel- Every
clue that has been unearthed has come
to naught and ths detectives arc no
nearer a solution of the affair than -on
ths first day, of ths search. - If On sui
cide bent It is considered highly Im
probable that the missing girl would go
from Bell wood to Portland's pleasure
grounds to accomplish her purpose. It
has come to light that ths young woman
was suffering from an organic heart
complaint, from -which. he may have
Dr. Clara T. Darr prescribed for Miss
Bauer on May I, and at that time found
her in a aerlous condition from an aneu
rism of the heart. Tha unfortunate
girl ascribed her condition to overwork
and mentioned having been employed In
stock-taking at some large department
store. She seemed morose and declared
that she would never get well. She did
not vlalt the physician again and Dr.
Iarr ha a seen nothing of her since.
It is regarded as possible that In climb-
irg one-of -the -hills back -of th"Ctty
- Every effort Is being put forth to find
the missing woman but so far no prog
ress has been made In the search. De
tective Hartman is working on the case
arid every patrolman has been given
special Instructions to keep a sharp
lookout for any one answering. Miss
UMATILLA SPORTSMEN TO
. CONFER WITH VAN DUSEN
IftperUI Dlapsteh to The Jntirnil.) '
PendletonrOr.. Msy Si. H. O. Tan
Dusen. master flah warden of Oregon
will be In thia city tomorrow to meet
local sportsmen for dtacusslon concern
ing complalnta recently mads from this
place. A meeting of-the Anglers' associa
tion will be held at which time matters
pertaining to Ash ladders and1 kindred
subjects' in t'mstllla county will be laid
before the state official. .
Giving Away of Franchises for
Overhead Trolley Systems
v j Roundly Denounced.
NOT REPRESENT LABOR
Servitude to Corporation Brings
Forth Censure of Central Labor
Body Live-Wire System Declared
Antiquated and Dangeroua.
(Special Otapatcs by Leased Wire te The Jnml)
- Ban - Krsnc1sco. " Mar'- I. Tiie - Ban I
Francisco Labor oounoll, which oonslsts
v& wfw ivv iima,ietu unium ana rvprv-
ssnts mors than to.000 wage-earners,
last night, denounced by resolution ths
Schmlts administration for Its servitude
to.tha publlo servica-corporatlcmav-Tha
turning over Of ths streets of ths' city
to the United Railroads by the mayor
and hla board of supervisors was ths
subject of. ths denunciatory resolutions
which were drafted and Introduced by
Andrew J-Furuyseth. -secretary of the
Coast Seamen's union.
Speeches flaying the administration
for its flagrant betrayal of the trust re
posed "In It by ths people were delivered
by Walter MacArtbur. editor of the
Coast Seamen's Journal." Andrew Fur
uyseth. T. E. Zant, P. Scharrenberg, A.
Seaman and others.
Ths gist of the speeches were to the
effect that sines going over body and
soul to.tha United railroads and .the
ministration no longer represents ths
laboring people of this city. -
The overhead . trolley ,r. system was
roundly denounced by the speakers, all
-ef whom declared that the danger -a
inefficiency of ths antiquated overhead
live wire syiKenv was notorious througtui
out this country snd Europe. The key
note" of ths prevailing sentiment at the
Fumyseth when he saldK"
JTho.Teaon I am offering these reoo-
Jutlnna Is to ato;
dency of the administration to glvs
away the rights ofthe people. I know
we are considered mudsills, but even
mudsills have some bratnr and had
brains enough to 'elect this city govern
Walter MacArthur. editor of the Coast
Seamen's Journal, -also- ecored the -administration.
. Tr,--. .T... T 'T...
NO CONCESSIONS! MADE-TO
MINERS SAY OPERATORS
Mitchell's Statement of Victory
' -Coal Owners.
(Special Dhpetck by Leued Wire to The Josrsal)
New York, May J. The anthracite
coal operators issued a statement today
in reference to aasertlons made by
President- Mitchell In - addressing the
mine workers' convention at Scranton
on May V. Ths miners' leader then
"You have taken a most advanced
step, and have secured for -yourselves
advantages never before enjoyed in the
history of your movement.- You have
an agreement not only with the. United
Mine Workers of America but with Its
officers." -t '
L'The operators in their statement-to
6thTfi g In thefoTm of 'the-fsnt
settlement of the anthracite eoal con
lioteisy tuiistltuted eren'ln a leiuote
degree a recognition of the Mine Work
"Ths negotiations between the' an
thracite coal operators and their em
ployes show that the arrangement re
cently concluded Involved no. further
concessions to the union mine 'workers
retarding its standing than waa in
volved In the strike settlement of 1802.1
Thin arrangement-doe not conetltut
with any one professing to represent )t.
At no point whatever was tha exist
enc of ths Union recognised and even
when the final arrangement was made
it-waa merely -one-between- the respect--
ive companies ana their own employes:
DEMOCRATIC RALLIES DRAV
Meetings at Montavillar Sylvan
- and on Street Corners" Are "t
Several rallies were held laat evening
under the auspices of the Democratic
county committee, One of tneen was a
street westing at Sixth and Washing
ton streets, which . was addressed by
Isaaa Swett. who )a1ked for the state
ticket, and Edward S. J. McAllister of
the Municipal league, who made a
strong appeal for the reelection of
Bherlff Word. - - . ;- .
Another of the meetings waa held at
Montavilla. . In .Warner's hall. . A- Iarga4
crowd was present- Music by Campbes
military orchestra was one of the fea
tures of this - rally Th - principal
speakers were Robert A. Miller, candi
date for attorney-general, and A. F.
Flegel, candidate for Joint aenatnr.
Short addresses were" made by E, N.
Kmsry, George 1 Hutchln, John Van
Zahte and Oglesby Young;"
Stttl another meeting" was htd At
Upton l,0-eup 4
by J. A. Jeffrey and. T. J. Concannon,
candidate -for- representative. Princess
hall was filled and considerable enthu
siasm was manifested. R. H. Love was
chairman of the meeting.
ACTRESS ADA: REH AN
New York. May St. Miss Ada Rehan
may be forced to go under the knife
within the next few days as the result
of an acute .attack of appendicitis, which
caused a sifdden postponement, today of
a trip- abroad.
Juet aa ths 'American line - steamer
New York waa about to sail word sud
denly reached the pier that Miss Rehan
waa too 111 to leave her home... - The
message by telephone reached the dock
hardly half an hour before Sailing time
and.w.1 result parti of. Miss Rehsn's
luggage is now on its1 way to Southamp
ton, v - . . . ,
Secretary Root Orders Reform of
BOARD OF FIVE CHOSEN
TO PASS ON CHANGES
New Rules Adopted, Regulation and
Inspection Provided' for and Rela
tion - ,With Embassies of Other
; Lands Looked After. '. ' V :
(special Dhpatcs bj tsaaed JVire ts The Jasraan
- Washlnrton. - Mar Secret arr ?bf
State Root has made public an order
Intended to make a great advance in
ths consular service of the United States
and to carry out ths most important
feature of the plans for the rsorganlsa-
tlon jf. that acrvica which wars nnt dealt
with in the act recently passed by con
gress. , .-, . i .
The' order creates a board of Ave of
fleers, comprising some of the most ex
perienced consuls which will mset In
Washington June 4 to prepare plans for
the Meslred reorganisation. 4 That tooard
la charged . .with the consideration of
several topics, the first being "regula
tions' for the new . inspection . service."
The second toplo to be. considered Is
"The relations between consulates and
tha embassies of legations in the, coun
tries where they are located."
r -The third -toplo-le -"The -rulee -which
should govern the promotion and ap
pointment." Other topics- for the good el the sesvtcs
will be gone Into. The board la ordered
to report to and consult with-W. J. Carr,
chief of the consular bureau, state de-
ntrtm.nt. . . - i
e board detailed la:
Mason, consul-general at Paris; Charles
M. .Dickinson, consul-general at Con
stantinople: Robert 8. Chilton, consul at
Toronto; Edward Osmun, eonsul ai-t
BlUUlait 111U 1111118 II. MUIIHIJ. V
sular agent at St Catherines. The secre-
ItetloR wUh-oomo of the J
subject of education of young men for
a consular service career. . L
PRINCESS IS SPANKED BY
OPERA SINGER SPOUSE
British Guinea Peeress Telia Her
Story of Marital Woes In
New. York Court.
(Special Of retch br Leased Wire ts Tbe Joarsal)
- ysw-YorluMay . ZtjnTtie Princess I
Msrle of British uulnea and the Baron
Victor de Oalowita of Hungary told
thslr Ufa history to Magistrate Wahls
In Harlem court yssterday. The prin
cess is now the baroness, for the eouple
are married. She had the baron arreated
for abusing hsr, said abuse consisting
of tying knota In her shoe strings and
corset strings, so she could not drees to
go out." Whenever she untted the knots;
she said, hs spanked her in American
style. : '..: .
After much talking and tears by both
she relented, withdrew the complaint
and went out with him, leading her 12-year-old
When the baron waa arrested It was
as plain" Tictor d Gal, "and 1t war not
until- later that hla wife told of his
belrtg a baron. He is one of Conreld's
sin sera. '
"j married fhshsron on AprTTT7Taaf,
for I loved hltn and lovs him now,
said the princess. "But I am a princess
of the true South American blood and
i-wHl not be ill treated. He did not j
want to go out If I did he would spank
me, and If I sat by the window to look
out on the street, he would spank me."
' Magistrate Wahls said he would hold
the baron in $500 to keep the peace for
six months. The princess waa overcome
and withdrew the complaint.
j OU ' 7! . ri w ti i7r-i ir
RANSACKED BY THIEVES
(BpecUl piepetd) br Leased Wirt to The Joorkall
tered ths residence of united States
Senator Dryden at Newark last Alght
sir .eaxlUhiijnnrning anarinea a saie
contatnlngJewelry. They- literally- cut
over-- ther aaf e-and r-with - their- tools,
which it is supposed were the latest
things in that line, removed a large
section from the bottom, thus gaining
access to ths contents. -v. .
The safe - contained . many valuable
Jewels. They case In which they had
bssn-plaoad waa found on tlie floor
empty. The burglary was discovered
by an employe of a local burglary com
pany, who went to Senator Dryden's
residence to see that the burglar alarm
wires were In proper condition. He
discovered that In order to get to the
safe ths men had forced an iron grating
In the rear, had gone down nn areaway
and in soma way manipulated the wires
In the basement door ao that they did
not glvs ths;larm; ,. I
WOMAN SKIPPER LEADS
ml IPTDhi PUP R Apt I particular. He added that he had made
1.1 r I Ule vUr nHItltW(ll trips into the upper Willamette
(Spectitt niepetrh byLeae'dWlre to The loorsal)
New York, May The woman skip
per in the ocean yacht race, to. whose
sailing her male competitors so strenu
ously objected because of ths alleged
danger to herj got a good grip on to
night and proved that she wss the most
alert sailor In the race. Three yachts
left. Orsvesend bay at t o'clock this
evening for a MO-rotls run to Bermuda
the 1,11a, thsxTammerlane and the
Gauntlet' It Is on. the latter that George
W. Robinson and his bride are making
the trip for fame and the prise.
By nightfall the Gauntlet waa alone
far out In the ocean, because of a aerl
ous accident to the Llla, and the con
sequent stupid turning back of ths
PREDICT MAJORITY FOR
GOVERNOR IN UMATILLA
L (Special Biopsies Tb Joornsl.)'
Milton. Or- May St. After a careful
canvass north and south of Milton.- in
Cottonwood' valley precincts in the esst
end of Umatilla county, the report comes
that Chamberlain will come out with
160 majority. The woman suffrage
amendment will receive three fourths of
the total vote and the Democratic party
111 carry those precincts, in which
there will be MO votes cast altogether.
Frisco Cards and Books ?.
.Largest assortment of souvenir post cardaT
. views and view books of' the San Francisco
'disaster f more than 600 different views.
Post cards from a penny up. Books 25a
A st of 24 views, photo tones, for 10t;
- size of post card, in envelope. Think
";OI it. v . . - , . . . . . Xvy.
10,000 Lewis and Clark souvenir books",
showing ..4uLthe interestmg.luUdings.jndl
: scenes of our great Exposition. Regular ;
. i 25e, now v. . . . . . . . 10'.
Have You Seen It?
; OUR PRICE CASE ,'
On Fourth-Street Side of Our Store?. .
lfyhaven't lerusexplajn that thft is a
anecial disnlav case where we knock to
smithereens the claims or w6uTd-t compet-""
hors and millinery druggists that they sell
lower than any other store in town. Just a v
glance in this case before you buy, and you
will be convinced that we sell for less,
Obesity Belts arid Elastic
Hosiery Made to Your Order
on our own looms. Every thread fits. Send
for measurement blanks and price list.
, No country or mail orders can be accept
ed at the spi prices listed in this ad
vei tisement. v 1 7 ' 7
THINKS EVEN BENTON WILL
FAIL IVITHYCOrJIBE -
C. W. Eyre, Who Is a Republican,
Feels Sorry for Party's
nil J. A. Hlrapson, proml-l
Portland -yesterday- en " route 4o-BeatiIai
wltK a carload of fine horses purchased
in Llnrt and Benton counties. They
spent several weeka In ihe upper Wil
lamette valley and took particular no
tlcs of political conditions. ?"
JWhat- surprised me." said II rv Eyre,
'Is the mannsr In which ths country
people of Benton, county treat Wlthy
combe's candidacy. I felt that he would
carry his home county by a great ma
jority.' but after f mads a' trip through
there It looked different. - Of course, . 1
ont A Bepublican. but' If the other por
tions of Oregon are going to treat the
Republican nomlnoe like hla own county
will do. I really feel sorry for htm.
Chamberlain seems to have no enemies
In ths district except a few pollttclana."
Mr. Simpson, who Is also a Repub
lican, agreed with Mr. Eyre In every
valley and each
time had - been - Im
pressed by the strong Chamberlain sen
tlment he found there.
JOSEPH CHAMBREAU IS
STABBED BY ASSAILANT
Joseph 3. Chsmbreau, a bookkeeper
, V- k -TmAJl 11.1,1 HnmMn.
stabbed tlx the nerK before -the Kxn-
149 Fourth street .at midnight last
night He declares that his assailant
waa "Bud" Thomas, a well-known char
acter about town.
i Chsmbreau and - Thomas, between
whom there Is said to be a feud of
long etsndtng, entered the saloon to
gether, and a little later want out into
the street again. A few minutes after
wards tsesers-b7 found Chsmbreau on
the walk, blood flowing from a wound
In hla neck. The police were notified,
and to them he declared that Thomas
hsd stabbed him, but- 'refused to give
psrtlculsrs. He was .removed to ths
Good flemarttan hospital for treatment.
The gash In his neck is three Inches
long but not deep and is not. consid
ered serious. '
... ; . ... Bsmenoial BaiM la Oooe - -
(Rneelel Dtapetch to Tbe Joorml.l
Condon, Or., May 18. Good soaking
ralna have fallen over this territory In
the past 14 hours and' all crops are in
splendid condition, ' . ,'
and Washington Streets
j Absolute purity is observed in our bottling
- department, and both physician and patient
, : liquors. i
, Chicken Cock Rye (bottled, in bond), '.
.' regular $1.15; special.... ...89 .
, 'ilermitagV regular $l.i3 j special... 1 83f '
!fTJ)rSpScrtch"gular $1.25 ; ' - "
"" ' special . . .','.7... ; 7.:. i... . .....i03v
- Fisher's Rye,
. Old Claret, quart, regular 50c; special. JS3f
. CanF6rniare"rry,,Tqf.7regT150c ; specfaT, 23
. Fine Old PQrt, gal.; reg. $1.60 ;pec.f 1.00 ,,
j-Sauterne.'pint, regular, 30c; special... I4f),
Geneva Gin regular $1.00; special. . 1.78e
dfficinal Brandy, pt, reg. $1.25; spe. .88, (
. Rubber Sponges, regular
35c; . special. ..ilOa
.Cloth-covered Hot Water
-rf-Bottles, reg.' $1 ; V ,
" special .. .... 77.73
' special . ,4Qy
reg. $2 special. f 1.35
in wood box all jit
tingsM -reg.- 95c
. special... ..53
. .... A guarantee for . ' one
-, from this department.
Ladies in attendance.
any . one,
Congress Playing cards; special. .....39
Highland Line Tablet Papeteries, regular
50c; special ..29e
Flemish Art 1,1 ncn, reg., 50c;-special . J29ifr
-Victoria Lawn, regular 35c; special r.:19
Lin cnWriting Tablets, reg. 25c; spec,14e
:Ltnen-Writin g -Tablets,- feg.-15c f sptc8f
Bee Playing Cards, regular 25c; spec . 19
CompetitorlFOuntain Peii, fully guaran
teed; very special ;n;.f(hf
NE17 CHIEF OF POLICE IS
.ORDERED TO CLOSE TOWN
One O'Clock and Sunday Ordi-
nances to Be Enforced In
ftueclil ftstwtrh te The . JournaLi
eattle, Wash., May'5. Chief ofPt;
lice -Wappenstein today, --under - ordere
From-Hay6fM6dreT TssuedT'brders "to
captains of police notifying patrolmen
to. see that, beginning Monday morning,
all saloons close between 1 and t o'clock
each morning. Every one must be out
of saloons by 1 o'clock. .
Orders were issued to close all dance
halls at 1 o'clock svsry morning , and
all day Sunday. ..Women found In such
places after 1 o'clock will be arrested.
ThlawiH ruin the dancd halls, as
Sunday Is ths best day and at-night
but little money Is ever, made until
after 1 o'clock.
Saloons for the present will be - al
lowed to keep open on Sundays, despite
the ministers'. demand for cloayig. Sun
day closing Is likely to come later.
MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP i
" CLUB MEETS TUESDAY
The Municipal Ownership club will
hold a meeting Tuesday night In Allsky
hall, at which time ex-Senator DeguS
of California will peak on the ques
tion of 'municipal '.ownership. The
other speakers will be District Attorney
Manning and Judge Herold of Chicago.
Senator Dague la thoroughly conversant
with his subject, and aa he Is one of
the best..spea ker In Ihe . wes tjh e Joca
municipal ownership people look for
ward to a treat
The Bartow road question will slso
corns up for hearing. The executive
committee has appointed Messrs. Hutch-.
In, Campbell and McOovern to investi
gate this matter, and It Is expected
that their report will be acted upon
Tuesday. The club members contend
that they are especially interested' in
this matter, and are anxloua to learn
the true facts in the case. -
killed by Train
Ellas Bauman, a minister of "the-Reformed
OermaS church,, was struck and
Instantly, killed by a Northern Psoitis
train between Llnnton and Claremont
tavern yesterday St 11:41 p. m.. , Hs was
walking on the track and owing to deaf
ness failed to hear the approaching
train. The engineer blew several blasts
.. By BxpmrU
the highest value in medicinal
regular $1.25 ?- special . . , 88e
-Writing- Fluid,"" special rrrvrV: rmrzirfm 3e g
Mucilage, special -. ..i.v.t'n .-.i .'.3 - M
ooa, Moaaisos an wxsx raax its.
- WanAfosiely farslebfrd, alefastly "SiufiaA.
Breprsof. sitnatea' walk from keerl et
hopples end beelsese dletrlet, all large,
airy, eutelde room., eteeaa heated, eleetrlc
llfhta, telepbeae Is each apartaMnt. ete.
Lerse sMcm., loonslng. amok Ins, writlef.
ledlee reeeptlea perkire. Moons lean id
tiy-anli or t.Upbotw?.
Frlvate eaaaiess suets tralss sad stsssms.
Hoom$ fl.OO to $5.00 m Day
Speelal Katea te Cesusenrisl Has.
XXS. JIAI IAI0.
tFwmerly e( Hotel Ptdpeth, Spekess.)-
-BEST BY 2fl
For Stoeaach and
Bowel troubles, Liv
er snd Kkiaeya. and
all diseases due te Im
pure blood or weak
nerves Small se
(tablets) 2 it. large
size, tl oa At Drug.
gists' (in black boxeaj
if not send tor FREE
. trial box to
: Bassetl's Native
: Cabnaaa, Obte), a
- Sea Fraawlers, CmU
iX SAVF. -
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-. All work guaranteed for tsn years.
!ady attendant -always present AU
workdoneabsolutaly .without pain, by .
specialists pffr9HLllto 0 ysara' ex
Oold Fillings. Bridge Work, OolJ
Crowns. Artificial Teeth. 1
BOSTON PAINLESS DENTISTS
tllH Morrison St. Opp. Meier Fran
' . .. snd Postofflce. -. t -I ;
on the whistle but without effect and
before the heavy train could be stopped '
the unfortunate man had been struck.
Death no doubt resulted Instantly, as -the
entire frontal portion' of the skull
waS crushed. The train waa brought to - -a
stop as soon as possible and, tha body
taken to tInnton. Coroner Flnley was -notified
and had the body i removed t ot
itis undertaking parlors. Bauman 'wa(
A realdent of Columbia siougrvA wldoW ,
nd flvs children survive him. 'He was"'"
s; native ef Swltserland, aged Ti years.
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