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THE OREGON' DAILY JOURNALS PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1C07.
DO HOT DEVOUR
McKenzle River. Resident, De-
1 claree Trout Would Not In-'
x 'terfere With Hatchery.
DOLLY VARDENS EAT.
THE DEAD FISH ONLY
Believes Fish Warden Found Fry in
Trout's Stomach Because , Great
Number Had Been Smothered and
Thrown Into the Supply Creek.
Residents In the vloinlty of the Me
Kenaie river are considerably stirred up
over- the arUcle appearing jn the Ore
5 gonlaa April 11, written, by ex-Deputy
" Fish Warden Webster, In. which he aa
aerta that the Polly yarden; trout and
whit flan are cannlbajs" end'of a vor
: acloua nature, reeding chiefly upon the
, young salmon fry. The assertions of
- Mr. Webster are vigorously denied' jj
' the following letter written The Journal
,' by J. F. Mlnney of Vlda, Oregon: ,
"Mr. Webster did not make any new
t dlaooverles. nor flit he prove hla aster
. . tione when he claimed the Dolly Verdun
' trout and whlta flsh devour the young
' salmon fry in great numbers. Ha
laboring altogether under a wrong tin
' presalon, evidently because he wasnot
fully informed. If ha was then he has
done McKensle residents a, greet Injus
. tioe in denouncing this stream as suit
able onlv for an evelna station.
"The-McKenile haa always been the
natural spawning ground for salmon and
an Ideal stream for the rearing of the
fry, where they are unmolested by "the
trout and white Men. -
"It baa been the custom of both my'
aelf and many others for many years
east to dissect troutduring the oeaaan
and examine the undigested contents of
their 'etomacha in-order to ascertain
what they are feeding Upon and what
halt will prove the most successful with
which to catch them. a
"1 have seen thousand! of .these fish
so treated and-l¬ one instance, have
I seen a-salmon fry in the stomach Of
- a trout. This statement ; can be cor
roborated - by many resldente of this
, "Mr: Webster' advises the' first com-
i .mission to use caution before establish
ling w 10,000,000 salmon hatchery on jiiie
McKensle lest they make the colossal
1 mistake of making It a feeding ground
vfor trout. - I agree with' him that the
hatchery would be, the" means of supply
ing food for the-trou if-they permitted
-' the present custom o.f throwing the dead
tfry Into the eupply creek. From hero
'they drift into the McKensle where the
trout and white . flsh congregate to pick
' up the dead flsh, -'!..' ' -'
"I do not wish, to convey the idea to
' any one that I do not believe Mr, Web
'nter found young .aalmoa In the atom
'aahs of the .trout he examined. Perhaps
he J!d"Tor the reason .that the Dolly
; CVarden and white flsh . are , scavengers
and gain their livelihood by eating such
food as they may pick up. .' , ;
v '"However, he does not inform' us that
. about the tim tit ' hlsHmvestlgutlon there
.were tsome SC00O young salmon fry
But Hia Father Will Not Cease
. Efforts to Secure His
, Final Liberation, i. .. .-.
LONG-SILENT BOY GIVES
COMPLETE LIFE HISTORY
On the Stand jro Describes HaJlucJn
at Ions Mid Draws JJn . Between
Chester Sane and Chester Seeing
and Hearing fJnreal Things. I
HIOYER DOES IJOT SOUTIIERfl T.1UST
GET FAIR PLAY SELL IIS I
evelt : Fails to. Apply Hi Attorney-General Bonaparte Is-
, A UNIQUE RECORD
Not Another Like It In bur . Broad
'. , j Republic
quare Deal in Idaho Assas
sues Orders to Break Monopj
' . oly in Oregon
(Special Plitpateb' t Tbe Joomal.)
Tacoma. May f Judge William
Snell . yesterday afternoon sentenced
Chester Thompson, the slayer, of Judge
George Mead Emory of Sesttle, to the
Insane ward of the stats penitentiary at
Walla WaWa. ; Young Thompson was
brought before the court for Judgment
on the verdict of the Jury in the murder
trial, i The alienists selected by the
court to study and report upon Thomp
son reported him rapidly recovering
from his insanity.
Will H. Thom pson, father of Chester
and the leading attorney for the defense.
adopted the bold expedient of placing
his son on the stand to testify in hi
own behalf of his returning reason. All
day yesterday the boy underwent a eon.
tlnuoua fire of searching questions and
during it all appeared to keep his temper
and Ms noise with so much grace
his questioners. It wsa ths first time
the murderer had been on th stand or
made any statements in publlo since the
killing. In testifying his remarkable
reticence gave: way to frank loauaclty
and with amazing detail he gava a his.
tory of his life, his love for Charlotte
Whittlesey and the condition cr nis
health at the time of and ths Incidents
preceding and Surrounding ths shooting
of judge Emory He admitted that he
had been subject to hallucinations Our
ing that time, and had been Imposed on
by psychic hearing, and with ths con
fldenoa of a. person who sees a subject
with the distinctness of sans vision he
drew a line between hla rational, and ir
rational acts during that period..
Hla .father will make a fight to have
his boy sent to an Insane asylum . or
at l llfcsrt ' -
I am an old man." said he, after ths
court had imposed sentence, "but the
rest of my life shall he apent la secur
ing justice tor ray poor boy."
EAST 0RE60N H0HSES
PARADE AT PENDLETON
Shaw Brings Together Best of
Equine 'Line in That Horse-
.' Loving Region1 l -
(Special PUpateh t Tbe leoreal.)' ' "
Pendleton, QrH. May, demonstra
tion f what eastern Oregon has accom
smothered , and', dumped into the supply plished In the breedlnr'of fine horses
crcelcfrom whenoe they drifted rapidly 1 was witnessed today in the grand parade
Into tha McKensle. and then into the I with which the- Pendleton ' horae - show
Stomachs of the larger fish waiting fori waa opened. .All classes reared in this
them. :- Since they are scavengers what I section were represented. There., was
SHOWS SHERMAN LETTER
TO THE SUPREME COURT
NATHAN HARLAN COMING
TO INVESTIGATE MATTER
Washington . Wonders Whether
Not President Will Be forced to
Comply With Moral Rules lie So
' Often rreacheg to Others.
Possible That Railroad Has Inval
Idated Its Claim to Property by
Previous Bales and Grant Will Re
vert to Government. .
"By John E. Lathrop.
' i '' rWaihlaetoa Bareao of Tha Joaraal.)
Washington, May .Now that there
has been time for blood to cool, after i
the remarkable passage at arms between
President Roosevelt and tha labormen
of the country, observers are drawing
their conclusions. : Here In Washington
tha disposition is to analyse tha episode i
President Booaevelt, with Mover, Hay
wood and Pettlbone In Jail under aocusa-
tlon of complicity. In the murder of ex-
Oovernor Steunenberg of Idaho, a blood.
thirsty act, first wrote to Congressman
Sherman of New Tork, uttering a senti
ment tending to convict them before
they had bad trial "
' Showed Letter to Court.
That ho showed this letter to the Jus-
tiees of the suoreme court whan they
called on him in ths Tall, acoordlng to
custom, to pay their respeets. . and at a
precise time when they were Just about I
to decide an appeal case involving ths
rights of these very men. Mover at ai !
and Involving their personal liberty. I
That, when proteat was made by friends
of Mover et aw tha president reiterated i
ht statement, thus for the third time
going on record against men who were j
merely on trial, but not yet convicted, i
and who, by every consideration of Jus-
ties and fair play, should not have to!
suffer the disadvantage of going Into,
' .1 (Joe real Special Service.) '
Waahlhaton. May 4. Attorney-Gener
al Bonaparte has ordered District At
torney Nathan V.i Harlan of the third
Alaskan district to commence an invea-
tlaatlan .of the Southern Paoiflo lana
monopoly, with the end la view of ter
minating the present condition.
District Attornev Harlan , will- obn
far with Mr. Bristol la tha matter and
set about forcing the railroad to com
ply with tha provisions of tha original
grant, selling upon demand, to bona
fide settlers, ausrter section tracts at
not mora than 11.50 an acre, tne ianaa
It haa hold ao long.
The first work whioh confronts Mr.
Harlan is determining whether or not
further action br congress will bo ne
cessary. If the law now covers toe
case he will proceed Immediately and
will also determine ' whether or not
aalee made heretofore . have been in
violation of tha grant and whether or
hot tha road . haa forfeited lta right
to tha property. ,
RESULT IN DOUBT
(Continued from Page Ona.)
maintain that tha count wUl show Mr.
Coffey in the head place.
The race for mayor would appear to
ba between tha three men Devlin. Ke
court with ' the tremendoua influence of I laher and Zimmerman in tha order
the mlahtlest potentate In the world al- named, with each man having a fair
chance of euoeeee. On the Demo ratio
aide the opinion la almost universal
that Dr. Lana will ba written at the
head of tha ticket . over oeorge H.
Thomas, who U tha active aspirant for
rolloe fndgs OatOook.
at judicial frame of mind warrant! " v.- V...
certain conclusions. . T." y""
ready exerted against them.
Washington, la accustomed to White!
House letters of explanation: alwaya as I
in this instance there seems to be nol
necessity of closs perusal of tha presi
dent's exact words In making his dis
claimer or intention of doing aught than
fair dealing. Tha bald facte considered I
', To give positive homo testimony "in
f very locality is of Itself unanswerable
proof of merit; but when we add to this
the continued endorsement from people
who testified years ago no evidence can
be stronger. A Portland cltlsen grate
fully acknowledges tha good received
front Dean'a Kidney rilla, and r when
time has tested t the cure we find the
same hearty endorsement, with added
enthusiasm and continued praise. Cases
of this kind are plentiful In the work
of Doan'a Kidney Pills, and such a rec
ord Is unique in the annals of medicine.
George K. Parrtsh, musician of ITSH
East Oak atreet Portland, Oregon, says:
"I Just as gladly endorse Doan's Kid
ney Pills today as I did three years ago.
Time has proved that . the benefits I
found were permanent, and this has
been very gratifying, Kidney complaint
made Its first appearance in my ease so
gradually that It was soma 'time be
fore I paid any attention to It A oold
settled in my back aad I began to auffer
from dull, heavy pains in tha lotna and
over the kidneys. It was then that I
was Induced to try Doan'a Kidney PIUS
and, as stated above, waa completely re
lieved and not a symptom haa ,. reap
peared up to this time."
For sale by all dealera. Price 10 centa,
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New Tork.1
solo agents for tha United States. -.
Remember tha name DOAN'S and
take no other.
5:30 TO 9 P. M
Tremendous Cains In . Business
Shown by Comparisons
, With Last Year.
JTot Qlvea Sanare Seal.
That the president's oft-repeated plea
for a square deal was not applied to
. would be more natural for them to feed
upon than ; these fry f
OAKS SUNDAY SKATING
Shetland, . elephantine draft animals.
showy saddle horses and awlft harness
horsea An exceedingly Maudesque fea-
ture waa .S2-mule . team, drawing a
wagon at the tail of the processloni
The order of parade was as follows:
Oregon City Xdne I Women riders; trotting stallions, single
. T-onlirkt. ' v drivers (trotters); trotting teams; trot
ting mares and colts; 'draft stallions;
Cars4 Sunday Over
Big Tlm Tonight.
Sunday is alwaye a popular day forSh"tianda. draft team.'. draft mareB an
skaters -and the bg rink la packed from Uot.: j.mui team.
eany morning' tm late at nignt. - The
. morning session is devoted to begin
ners and those practicing. In the aft
ernoon and evening the big band will
rentier special' musical ' programs. - It.
Is a pleasant car ride to the Oaka and
well worth taking.
. There will be a big time at the rink
tonight and a fine crowd is anticipated.
If you are at liberty, tonight go to the
."' ' Tha beginners class opena every Mon-
eay arte moon now, but anyone may
join at any time. One term of six
lessons with skates and Instructor,
$2.(0,' or single lessons 60c. Compe
tent instructors are provided and give
the i peginners every attention, teach
ing plain or fancy skating. Join the
class now, don't put it off, and you
will be able to skate In a week.
WORKED THREE DAYS
' . WITH SKULL CRACKED
dots; St'mule team,
The line or march waa from the Talr
pavilion ' down Main, street to Court:
Court street to Mill; north on Mill to
WaterK west on ' Wat;r to Main: up
Main' to the fair pavilion. " h
Tha history of this region IS such aa
to have made its population equestrian
and consequently good lovers and good
Judges of horses. The interest in to-
day's event : has been widespread 'and
felt by all. Enthusiasm at sight of
the magnificent parade today was
A noticeable incident1 of the parade
waa tha relegation of the automobile. It
waa the horse's day and the cnoo-choo
abdicated out of consideration for his
. . t
MEXICO AND GUATEMALA
ARE AT SWORDS' POINTS
..fjnarnat dpwial Srrtce. '
Washington, May . -It Is stated au
thoritatively today that the diplomatic
relations between Mexico and 'Ouatemala
are about to be ruptured. Little stock
la taken In the story that Ouatemala
haa apologised. ,
: v (Special Dlapateb te Tbe Jonrnal.)
;''. Spokane, Wash., May 4 That a man
can go about for days with his skull
fractured and attend to business waa
.proved' by s-Joseph Tubs, a cattleman
-this city yesterday with a load of FATHER AND DAUGHTER
4 route he fell against tha car and
. cracked his cranium. Ha stood It for i
three days, but when' he reached Bpo- i
Kane he had become so ill he was taken
, from the train to a hospital.
tha are-ument though tha aupport of
Blaster brothers, which has been given
I to Julius Sllveetone, may draw .down
the margin between the 3 candidates.
Moyer et al,; that Hla reiteration of the Friends of J. S. Winchester, while they
square deal plea in a letter which reit-1 do not believe that their candidate" will
crates his prejudgment of Moyer et al. (land tha nomination, are confident that
before they- had been tried, doaa not! ho will be given eurprialng support
lighten the force vf tbe Indisputable The contest between William MoQarry
fact that ha did not give Moyer et al. a f aad John P. Kavanaugh for city at-
aquare deal; that the preachment of I torney is somewhat of a puxsle and no
moral truths , which no one denies, tone seems to bo able to Judge IL la
coupled with a distorted application of eome quarters MoOarry la given the
them, does not acquit the prealdant of lead while In others ' Kavanaugh Is
being unfair. " t picked for a winner. Kavanaugh has
No one, excepting the men themselves I been conducting aomethlng of a still
and possibly half a doien others, knows I hunt eampalsn and hla strength le
whether or not Moyer et al are guilty I matter of conjecture.' MoOarry has
aa charged. But here in Washington 1 been out after votes witn a nig net,
the opinion la gaining ascenilancy that I ; , . wot wfo"
that la not the real issue in this dls- Ttl. .,Mtn. is also
puts, that the true issue Is , as to BOJBie end no one seems to ba wllllna
r . . ...
whether or not the president of tha
United States shall comply with the
moral rules whloh he himself so often
preaches to Others,
THREE THOUSAND PEOPLE
ARE IMPRISONED BY ICE
Field Rfty Miles Wide Closes
Cabot Straits and Gulf of '
' St. Lawrence.
totcM Dtspateh to Tbe loeraaL)
Uifax, May 4. Over a.000 persons
to make a suggestion as to the success
fut candidate. . The same is also true
of eouncilmen at large, though George
Hyland Is picked for ona of the winners
in that contest.
The polls will close at T o'clock and
counting win commence at once, it is
believed that tha results will be known
HEAVY VOTE FOR MAYOR
Continued from Page Ona) .
Tkard a trana-Atlantio liner are faat In
ice, - which completely blocks Cabot
Straits betwen Newfoundland and Cape
The Sardinian, bound fromLbndon to
Montreal, was forced to land 000 pas
sengers here, her efforts to .pass the
barrier being Ineffectual. She reported
Ti elrhteA the Ontarlon of Vancouver.
unable to move except with, the unoer 0' jar own preclnot"
tain motion of the ice, and the Ionian,
with 1,000 passengers aboard is believed
to be in the Ice in the Gulf of St Law
rence. The ice field Is SO. miles wide.
favor of Dr. Lane, with ona exception.'
he said. That exception la tha precinct
committeeman from the ward. Tha
sentiment In his favor Is very strong
not only among the Demoerata but
among the Republicans. I am aura that
he will carry the ward this afternoon."
' Sunnyside for Lana.
N. A. Feery of the eighth ward Is
sure of precinct 47. TTne vemoorata
of preclnot 47, the Sunnyside precinct
are unanimous in their aupport of Dr.
Lane," he said. T do not know how the
rest of the ward is for I have not made
inqulriea and do not wish to speak
where X am uncertain, but X am sura
The most unlocked for feature of com
mercial Ufa in Portland tola year is tas
wonderful Increase of the bank clearinga
week by week. A large increaaa waa
to be expected, but not tha range of SO
to Tl per cent Increase that has pre
vailed for the last eight or ten weeks.
For the week ending Thursday night tha
Portland clearing house showed 'clear
inga of I7,077,11.70. aa agalnat 14,468,
867.11 for the same week last year, an
inoreasa or mora than ss per oent.
Tbe clearings for the laet alx days
were uniformly over 11,000,000 dally.
There waa not a bad day In tha lot The
business for tha month of April as a
whole ohowed an average Increase ox
78.4 per oent over April. 1900. The
total April clearings were $II.110,Ji,5.
compared to l,40S,J8 " for the
month last year.
"It ' Is remarkable how business Is
growing," said a real estate dealer.
There la enormous eotlvltjr In real es
tate, and It la all based on moderate
values and solid business transactions.
An immense amount of thla business Is
Investments In : homes for permanent
residents ex . Portland. The population
la growing and a large amount of the
money that Is being invested is new
Tha substantial Increase of business
dates back into February. The March
clearinga were nearly t33.000.0p0. Real
estate is by no means the basis of tbe
city's prosperity, but there is an im
mense increase in tha Jobbing trade, in
manufacturing and in various payrolls
that are larger this year than . ever
before. The large railroad investments
made In Portland In the last few months
have been a strong factor In the City's
business aotivity, Portland banks are
disbursing money for Improvements
costing many millions of dollars within
the citys trade territory, as well as
within its corporate limits. Thursday
evening's clearing house report showed
balance of $805,261.47 as compared to
8558,844.71 for the same week last year.
MARK TWAIN SAYS HE -
IS PADDLING CANOE
' Journal Special Berrloe.)
New Tork, May 4. Mark Twain was
amused this morning at the accounts
that he was lost aboard the Rogera
yacht off Hampton Roads. Tbe humorist
says he is auve ana ashore, "paddling
hla own canoe." ;
GYPSIES KIDNAP AND ;
RELEASE SPOKANE BOY
.t Professor Horner at Salem. ' ,
.," ' (Speeiti Dispatch to Ths Journal.)
Sal era, Or., May 4. -Professor J. B.
. Horner of the English department of the '
'state agricultural college at Corvallla,
gave an interesting lecture at the First
Metnoa ist Episcopal church last even
, ing.. - The views were of Palestine and
soenes in xne; Moiy LAnd and Egypt
; Professor Horner, being a graduate of
Willamette university, class of 1886, was
. given rousing reception. The audience
jilted xne cnurcn to lis iuu capacity.
MISTAKEN FOR ELOPERS
Peekskill, May' 4 a father and
daughter, from Poughkeepsle were held
by tha ponce this morning as Rev.
Cooke, the eloping minister and Flor-
atta Whaley. - They established their
Identity, however, and were released.
CHINESE OFFICERS SEE :
AN AMERICAN FORTRESS
Leavenworth. Kan.. May 4. The via
itlng Chinese army and navy officers
were shown about 'the fort this morn
in and then started for the rock Is
land arsenal, enrouta to Jamestown.
The Best Scotfrfag SoiplUte
A Scouring Soap
A Metal Polish
A Class Cleaner..
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Spokane, Wash., May 4. Gypsies kid
naped the 11-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Broughton yesterday about noon.
The lad was playing in a barn when
he felt a atrong arm clasp htm and .a
wet cloth thrown over his faoe. It waa
aaturated with chloroform, it Is be
lieved, as the boy ' wss carried, in a
stupor, about 10 miles east of town.
He was there let go, probably through
the Gypsies' fear of being caught He
came to his senses late In the afternoon
and began wandering, v ' He came to a
railroad track and had the good sense
to follow its course, which., led him to
Chester, where two women noticed his
peculiar actions and took him in charge.
They telephoned to his father aa soon
aa they round out his name and 'tha
boy was taken home. Officers are In
Hpwrsult of the kidnapers.
L. T. Peery in the ninth ward Is con
fident of Lane. "There are 600 regis
tered Democratio votes in tha ward,"
ha said. "1 believe that about 200 will
vote this afternoon and of that number
Dr. Lane will receive the majority, f I
am confident that he will receive the
majority in the ward."
C A. Ambrose in the tenth ward. Is
working for Dr. Lane and is sure of his
nomination. - "I . have canvassed ; ths
ward," he said, fand I find no man op
posed to Dr. Lane. There may be a few
but X did not find them. There are (00
votes in the ward and X feel sure that1
enough votes will be cast for him In tha
tenth ward to nominate him In the city.
I am confident of his nomination."'
All Colors and Sire '
Royal Enamel Ware
L"" "' 1 " 1 -J
La Sails Station:
newest (n CbJcagjo and ' '
oolj ona on elevated loop.
"""Anywhere any point Tanywherc in. the
Great Middle West, . between Chicago,
St Louis, Memphis and the Rocky Moun
tains is Rock island "Home Territory.
Five convenient gateways for travel East,
Scs&esst and Scclh: Chicago, St Louis,
Kansas City, Omaha, Memphis.
In addition to this we run through trains
and through cars to the Pacific Coast
to San Francisco and Los Angeles over
: the two best routes.
So you see there shouldn't be any hesitation on
your part when you are planning: to go East.
. See tbe Rock Island man. 1 -
T. - Merrill- for councllman-at-
THREE JURIES FAIL TO
DECIDE 0'SHEA'S FATE
Chicago,'" May 4. The jury In T the
third trial of Roland CTShea, charged
with uxoricide, disagreed and was dis
charged thla morning.
BEN JONSON'S COPY
OF SHAKESPEARE FOUND
(Continued from Page One.)
to be the most profitable, and I have ad
vocated it." i
' Regarding the probable theatrical
tenancy be refused to talk, it la known.
however, that the Klaw & Erlanger In
terests, or theatrical trust, la negotiat
ing with the iTrustee company for a
lease on the theatre. , ,
The Trustee company of Portland., or-
aranlsed by W. . wood of Seattle, is
an offshoot of the .Trustee company of
Connecticut, a corporation whose capital
and resources run into the millions.
Tha methods of the company are well
known on the Paoiflo coast, and have re
sulted In the construction of lame busi
ness buildings m.uenver, jxs Angeles
and Seattle. "Some months ago the com
pany selected Portland as a favored field
for Its - operations, and - negotiations
throuah it Mr. Evans resulted In the
financing of the two buildings described.
Tha company naa clients wno through
It Invest their surplus funds in revenue
producing properties in growing western
cities, it is pronaDie mat. considerable
Portland capital will go Into tha pro
posed new buildings, i , - -
( ' (Journal Bpeolal Senice.)
Louisville, Ky May 4. A folio edi
tion " of Shakespeare, bearing the date
of 1635 and ssid to be similar to the
one for which J. Pierpont Morgan paid
110,000 has been unearthed by Ben ha
Bree of thla city and will be taken to
New Tork. The owner Is Mrs. Bona
Burwell Tot.d of Owenshoro, a grand
daughter of Congressman . William A.
Burwell, secretary to Thomas Jefferson
The book haa been in Mra. Todd's
family more than 200 years and, lay on
a shelf of their old home place at Bed
ford City. Va, LaBree w:i in search of
soma of Thomas Jefferson's manu
scripts which are. In Mrs. Todd's pos
session, when be discovered the folio.
It Is 'covered with brown velvet. On
tha front page is an engraving of the
bard and underneath Is "Gentle Shakes
peare." The introduction . in verse is
signed with the Initials of Ben Jonsoa.
METAL WORKERS' STRIKE '
IS GROWING SERIOUS
, . (JuroI SpMlal Berrlee.l ' ' . "l
fian .Tranrlsco. May a.--Hope of an
early settlement of the metal workers'
strike seems to be blasted. To, add to
the seriousness of the situation, v the
employers today officially . announced
theyt would declare the open shop.
Four eho'pa which have been in opera
tion since the inauguration of tha strike
will be closed down indefinitely tonight
The atrlkera claim that only 1,000 men
are, now out while tha employers say !
fullr. 1,000 men are not at work, 7 j ,
A Shralfloans Prayer.
' "Mar the frd heln von make RtirV.
len'a Arnica Salve known to all," writes
j. i. jenmns or cnapei mil, n. c. It
quickly took the pain out of a felon
for me and cured it in a wonderfully
snort - time,-- est on eartn torv sores,
burns and . wounds, 25o at Red Cross
rnarmacy. , ,
You arc both judge and
jury for Schilling's Best
Tear grocer rerarst row sjener U yoa don't
like it; we par blnu
ote obzoow cmr uara.
Xomlng. Afternoon and livening,
Join that beginners' class and
learn to skate. Remember ' tha
rink will be open all summer.
One lesson. Including skates, for
the afternoon,' end instruction SO .
centa. Six lessons 13.60.
J promptly antwered.
C. A. HUNTER, Gen'l Agent, 140 8d Bt, Portland.
W. F. CARSON, Trav. Pass'r Agent, 4 10 Pacific BIkH Seattte.
F. W. THOiU'SO.V, Gen'l Western Agent. San Francisco..
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
NORTH COAST LIMITED
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PULLMAN 8TAKDARD SLEEPERS.'
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ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND FAN&
BARBER SHOP. BATH.
LIBRARY AND BUFFET. .
. , SMOKING ROOM.
' ELECTRIC LIGHTS.
all comforts; for travelers
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THREE TRAINS DAILY .
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