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THEf TSS&SffinyKWr JOURNAL; PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING, MAY ' 13. 1C07. '"
PLOT TO JUROEk
AccWeniil Dfscovery of Greatest
of Terrorist Conspiracies ;
i rl Leads to 'Arrests.
JoBMSl Special Serrtee.J ' -,
1 Ixmdon. May IS. A Bt, Ftreburf
i dispatch report tha accidental diaeov-
try ot tha fraataat terroHet plot alnca
tha December conspiracy IS year aso.
Th correspondent aaya that ha baa
- tha sensational story from two rallabla
i sources. , Eighty oonaplratora raaolvad
two month ago to assassinate Emperor
. ' Nicholas. Tha plottara , Include re
' aerva rfioars and other official and
civilian, whose loyalty had been un
doubted. A large- oumbar of plottara
V wi necessitated by tha elaborate pra-
caution adopted to protaot Imperial
" personage. The plan waa to approach
: Tsarso elo tn different grounds, and
f' than eiecute a, sudden attack en tha
. palace. ' .-' '
Tha HrI group, coniinini 01 i wnmn,
v. arrlred la Kussla Good Friday, whn
suspicions wara arouaed and tha whole
14 wara arretted. Document found la
' their, sossessiote lad to tha arrt of
, other members of tha band In St Pe-
taraburg. ; a -.-- - .
ILLUSTRATED PAGES V
NOTABLE FEATURE OF
: . ANNIVERSARY NUMBER
e Af feature never before pre-
a ' aanted In a, apeclal edition by any
;, newspaper oi tha Faelflo coaat
will b tha 10 pagea of llluatra- e
e - tlona out of tha M pagea which a
will compoaa Tha Journal a fifth
a , anniversary number, In .addition
4 to th regular Uu on that day.
. ma excellent , Halftone, on
) ; these pagea will be devoted to a
portrayal of every. Industrial and
e . commercial feature of tha state,
a besides ahowlng with photo-
graphic' aceurateness It many, .
; and varied resources. The lllus-
e , trated pages will te printed in
color, from half a dossn. to SO
vviews occupying a page, eacn m ?
e " tha latter being confined to aome
special . feature , of the atate'a
a progreaa and development.
Thaaa page will contain be- )
tween TOO and 1.000 vlewe more )
than haa aver been publlahed be-
; for la any alngl special aditlon
, on th Paclflo coaat , Each page
of photographa la arranged with
fa apeclal color border, and da-
v acrlpUve test matter will follow.
CARS MiniG Oil:
5 TROLLEY LlflES
Backbone of San Francisco
Strjke Seems' Broken
Crowds Gad to Ride. v
, (Josraal Special Bervtee.) "
!' Washington, U. C., May II. Thara are
Indications that tha. navy department
believe that private ahlp yard entered
. into a combination to hold up tha gov
eminent on tha two radnaug,htB.,, au.
, Ihoriaed by congress, at a total coat of
' which may approximate 10.000,000. Aa
the department la very ; proud of Ha
wark on tha Connecticut which i aoma
f tha naval offlcera believe could de-
tiol!h anything afloat, tiere would ,l
rejololng If the building of tba new bat-
' Ueahipa ahould be awarded to tna gov
irnment yard. It la hinted that oon
rlncing evidence of a determination to
"cinch"' the government may reult In
til private blda being rejected, and tha
two vaaaela being built at tba navy
rarda. :- i '
' Mardereaa a New Court,
lleeraaf BMdat arrto.l
' Sioux rail. B. D., May II. Counl
for Mr. Moaea Kauffman, wife of tha
Billionaire brewer hare, who la charged
alth tha murder of Agnea Polreya, bar
tervant, will - apply for a change of
renue, alleging that a fair trial her
it - her1 homo, la lmpoaalbla. At her
rrt!mlnary hearing, tha woman waa
nobbed and feeling la high agatnat bar.
I'he caaa will be called, next week.
HEIRESS SEEKER HELD
IN JAIL FOR DEBT
(Jonraal Spedal Strvlee.)
New York, May It. Max Coater, who
atata he la a lieutenant in tha German
army and that' meeting with financial
ravaraea ba came to thla country ilx
montha ago for the purpoae of marrying
aoma helreaa, waa bald In tha Jefferaon
(Special Dlaptteb to Tfa Journal.) -
San Franolaoo, May li.- Streetcara
were atarted upon five Una thla morn
ing, and all carried paaaengerav If af
forded adequate protection,1 cara will
ba run un'.il 7 o'clock tonight ; r .
Every car waa crowded to tha limit
before It reached tha Ferry building.
There were .only a few demonatrationa
and the of minor nature. . A number
of car windowa were broken.
Chief of Police Jerry Dlnan. In a
atatement today,, declared that tha po
lice nave tha aituatlon wall la hand and
that there will b no more rioting. Adjutant-General
luck . axpraaaed : tha
am opinion, . i ; '
MISS EMMA RUNTZLEfc
The Big' Millinery Sale
The big Bale of millinery at retail for
, irholesal price and : 1 end on
in. th. f.nn. nriea aakad bv local mil
t Hnera for aummer hata ahould call to
lay at the St Francia Millinery com
1 tany'a alaughter orifice of fin mil-
K. t tin Witnrtnn itrut Run
( Ihla evening unui o cioca. r -
MEET AT MINNEAPOLIS
. . (Xoaraal Special Service.)
Minneapolis. Minn.. May It. The
Order of Railway Telegraphera one of
tha atrongest of th organlaationa of
railroad employe,. aambld In blen-1
nlal oonvenUon ber today and will re
main in ion a week or ten day.
Uara han AAA AlMaa am in .tf.n1.
l"" vuuii. ivuar u m u.i. I mnfia nrt fhav vanraaant naarlv all tha
E'fT wbjr...M",a5er "J". i prominent railroad ayat.ma of , the
IT- r J . -a7i?- Kin iV i. United fiutea, Canada and Mexico. The
2!f. b,iL.0' !".d :Sl Praaidant 1 H, B. P.rhara of St Loula
wunwui vmriDK iu ur laii. wait i (hi .uimi.n -, t utr
4n" " p""; Quick of the earn city. Thlr report,
owes 121 at tha Hotel Belmont, 17.60 at Dr-Ia,-d fo. . .v'ti thai
tha Savoy, and varlou auma at othar I tha ... v.. ..... .i
4. .1 1 ..1. , TJ. IJt . . VI. 1 "
. v 7 Ja . . . " activity for tha order. Th
rraw uuiiu it wnaivr q Bv
credit at th beat hotele than at aeeond
prettj face, a g-ood flirnro, but
aooner or , later Jeara that tha
healthy, happy, oon ten led woman
la moat of ail to be admired.
Women troubled with lalnting:
Bpella, irregularities, nervoua irrita- -blUtr,
backaoha, the "blues," and
those dreadful dragging sensations, '
cannot hope to ba happy or popular,
and advancement in either home,
business or social Ufa is ' impossible.
. The cause of these troubles, how
ever, yields quickly toLydiaE. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound made .
from oatlve rpota and herbs, It acta
at once upon the organ afflicted and
the nerve centers, dispelling effe
tn all v all those distreasinsr svmt-
toms. Jio other medicine in Uie country haa received such unqualified
Indorsement or baa auch a record of cures of female ills as hag
Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound
Miss Emma Suntrier, of 6S1 Stata SI, Sohenectady, N. Y;, writes:
"For a long time I waa troubled with a weakness which seemed to
drain all my strength away. I had dull headachea, was nervous,
Irritable, and all worn out. Chancing to read one of your advertisements
of a case similar to mine cured by Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable
Compound, I decided to try it and I cannot express my gratitude for iha.
benefit received. Iam entirely well and feel like a new person.
, Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the most suuisssfal
remedy for all forma of Female OomDlalnta. Weak Back. Falling; and
Displacements, Inflammation and Ulceration, and la Invaluable in pre
paring for childbirth and the Change of Life, .v, '.-.v -'v;."
Mrs. PInkham'5 Standing Invitation .to Women
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs. plnkham, at Lynn, Mass. Her advioe
Is free and always helpful. . .
EUGENE IS PULLING FOR
DISTRICT FAIR NEXT YEAR
raphers on aeverai prominent railroad
BeCOnalhava haan inln.l.A" mA ..t.VI. .... n -M. - ll.Uf ... r- ! .
claa. places, wh.ra a guaat's . ability rnVrnTb OT noiullg VOUnxy rwr
.-P.rh ri,V,tA l.M: Nonditlona have been scurd almost
bad established hlmaelt at tha Holland
bouaa whan arreeted
WITH CUSTOM HOUSE
-(Joenal Bpedal a-rrle.)
New Tork, May 10. Mr. Cornelius
vanderbllt Br., and tha euatoms authori
ties of this port ar reported to be at
aerlouB odds over th amount of duties
which ah muit pay on valuable paint
ing forwarded to her from Franc. Two
of tha painting ar aald to be portrait
or nereeir and her daughter. , 'Mlaa
STATE MUST PROVE
(Continued from Page One)
Given Up Agricultural
. Society's Election.
tory of Fenlanlem baa nothlnar at all
Ilk It It aaema a nightmare of lmpoa
albla horrora. And yet leat night I
talked with one man who had a verv
intimate -knowledge of some parte of
the hlatory of the eaaa - who - believed
Quit profoundly la tha truth of thea
alleged horrors. He has no concern
with this caaa at all; he haa not and
will not take any port In it. and yet he
?.!!..!. XSJJPfA -..plainly lu .HI7 mi onV;
- ' - -vw w.. ui. nnailT lOmt M tilt Mr1iI h.
eutom official In raising the valua
tion of tha painting. . Details of th
controversy ar withheld by u torn of
fleer, and also by Mr. ' Vanderbllfa
renreaentatHraa . hut it haa ti KaAftfvia
known that Appraiser Fowler considered
tha invoice price placed on tha painting
ty the broker in fans, who attended
to tba shipment as far too low, and he
He wai rattled atill by th memory of
mem. ui aa not neea spoken of bare
as any proof of tha truth of the
chargea It do not seem conceivable
to m that they ever can be eroved:
but hi knowledge of aom of th eni-
sodas that will ba recalled In thla trial
waa flrat hand and Intimate, and ha be
lieved quit profoundly that a "reign
(Special, Dtepateh te The Journal)
Eugene. Or.. May II. At a meeting
of tha Lane County Agricultural aoclety
held Saturday it wai decided to aak
for th Second Southern Oregon diatrlct
fair for Eugene in the fall of 1901. Tha
diatrlct comprUea Lane, Douglas, Cooa
and Curry count lea Lane county has had
th fair out once, Roaaburg , having It
tn all other year lnc th organisa
tion of tha diatrlct It la proposed to
purchaa a suitable sit near th city
for tha fair and bold It bare at lat
one In two years hereafter. Tha local
association and the Idea of holding a
county fair will ba given up.
Officers of the Lane County Agri
cultural aoclety were lected'as follows:
President F. M. Wllklnsj ; vice-president,
O. O. Gross; secretary, J. M. Wil
liam; assistant secretary, C. M. Young;
treasurer, P. E. Snodgrass. The board
of directors consist of the' following:
Ell Bangs, D. Ev'Tforan, O. O. Gross, C
SUBMARINE TO STAY ;
UNDER SEA 24 HOURS
- - ,;V;,t,' : y
' y '
Wonderful Ship ! Octopus 7 to
Make Long Time
added from 100 to tOO per eent to the of terror" had been deliberately designed I at Toung. Amos .WUklna. I I Whit
Invoice flgurea The matter haa greatly
annoyed tna. vanoerbiitar-,
f- - ..I 1 i.l !
Tberss notmng so gooa ror a sore
throat as Dr. Thomas' Eelecttlo OIL
ures It In a few. hour. Relieve any
pain in any pan. .
by the man; and ha ahrank from hi
own vivid memorle. ;
For my own cart th whole thin i
beyond understanding. It is not my
business, It is tha business Of no news
paper, to try this case. That rta with
th court and the jury that la balna lm-l two years
yanuiwu luuajr. out II 1 lor me Un-1
thinkable that It ever can be nroved.ll in MAV ODWCD DAD AT
And I hope it never will be. If It la "ln ""'H1 un" nl
proved, u will do one of the most aa-
founding eases In the blstorv of "civil-1
' Jwraal toectal aenice.1
Newport R. L. May II. Under the
sea for 14 hours, with trial board Cap
tain Marlx. Commander Walling, Lieu
tenant Commander Smith, Naval Con
atruotor Taylor, Lieutenant Tlmmons
and a ersw of If on board, la the teat
th wonderful submarine boat Octopus
will be called On to undergo next weak.
Tha Octopus, which haa been breaking
world's records will submerge for ber
teat In tha vicinity of the United States
naval eoallng station. Narragansett Bay,
and for a whole calendar day aha will
rest on the bottom without, being s
lowed to have any communication with
VHI.IH, TW w. .... j- ,
While tha Octopus 1 undergoing thla
test a fleet of gunboats with th sub
marine tender Nina will form' a circle
with email steam launches, to protect
thoae below th sea from any attacks
or Interference of passing vessels which
might unknowingly cast anchor atop the
steel bull containing it man.
aon. T. E. BchafeiC
rector of jtofojtovirtM TWO INCORPORATIONS FOR
riraT BUSINESS AT SPRINGFIELD
meni oy ui governor lor im wrni vk
(loeelal Dlapateb t The I oaraaLI
Eugene, Or, May !. Alton, Hampton,
la H. potter and F- N. MoAlUeter, all
of Eus ene, have Incorporated the
A SEATTLE RACE TRACK Springfield aoma time thla aummer. The
. 1 . . 1 oapltal atock la f 10.000. f. , j
Ladies or Gents'
O. F. or Hunting Case
Make a small payment upon pur
chasing WATCH: then $1.00 PER
WEEK thereafter. You-wear the
Ywatc(whtte pa-ingf for same,
Every Watch Guaranteed
Hefl. priced i n rr
You Are Welcome to Credit
CC2NER ; FIRST, SECOND AND TAHIBILL
' ' STREETS VV s
Chans aad Chilblain Oared fcv
Ths Household Surseon." Drurrlnta
refund money if Dr. Porter's Antiseptic
Uab 11m aj 1 a II i r ar
UfOilUB VIA IdUB. StOU.
FORMER PALS USE
, ... .;
(Continued from Pag Ona)
tated, th fight or made the flrat aa-
aault la not known, for It was too sud
den for any of the crowd to take notice.
HoVever, Jim Whit and "Myteriou
Billy" were at each other In a second,
and th crowd waa treated to aa lively a
rough-and-tumble flgbt aa la often seen
upon th atreet.
According to those who saw it. Smith
threw Whit to th ground and waa in
in act ox punianing iim when Harr:
Whit landed a erle of kick sad
blow upon Billy's head. He also struck
st i him' with a heavy . umbrella, but
mUsed and struck his prostrate brother.
Smith relaaaarf hla hnM nnA. JTfM mnA
turned hla attention : to Harrv White. V
It waa a general melee from that time.
in which blow and kicks fell furious
ly and blood flowed freely, The three
combatants were bospattared and' tha
fight might have been of Indefinite du
ration but for the fact that tha man
finally became exhausted. No one ln
the large crowd dared Interfere, and
the patrolman happened to ba far down
tha atraat at the time.
- On Conditional Pardon,
Both: "Myaterloua Billy" and Jim
Whit are said to have been aeverely
punished, and Smith Is said to be un
able to attend to business today. Jim
Whits Is at Rainier today attending the
selection of a crew of sailors for a sea
going vessel i
Saturday morning wmti received a
conditional pardon from Governor Cham
certain. On of th condition was that
b should b en orderly end law-abiding,
citlsen. He had been aentenced to
a term ln the atata penitentiary tor com
plicity, la kidnaping a sailer from a ves
sel in th harbor. -
(Special Dlmeteb to Tbe JToamaL) ' "
Seattle, Wash., May IS. Prosecuting
Attorney Mackintosh says if It Is estab
lished by a survey that the public bar
at tha Meadowa racetrack is within one
mile of the limits of either Georgetown
or Seattle no Ucens to" sell liquor shall
be granted for that, place this year. Th
clubhouse bsx will not bs affected by
this statute. County Engineer Valen
tine has not the exact measurement, but
records he ha On hand show th track
to be within one mile of that portion of
Seattle that awing around east and to
th south -of Georgetown. Th course
is clearly over a mil from th brewery
town,"' : -
lor connection with th enforcement of
the law regulating th liquor traffic
riff Smith detailed another corps of
egular and 'special deputies yesterday
to see that tha lid was kept down good
and tight all over King county.
The same man have also inoerporated
the Hampton Brothers' company, aad
will conduct the dry goods store at
Springfield Banking company, and will
open a banking institution la the town of
Springfield, wnicn la . now eonauctea
by Hampton Brothers of this city, who
own the largest ator of that kind tn
Eugene. - i n capiuu eioca 01 in isv
ter company la also given at 110,000.
MENACE OF CRIMINAL
ELEMENT AT BUTTE
Lumber for Sate' Cheap.
Three thousand feet of new lumbar for
satenrt a very low price. Must be sold
by Wednesday, this week. Apply to
THE SHAFER-WHITTIKR CO.. .
tit Washington Street, Ovar.Goddard A
js-eny isnoe store.
Preferred stock Canned Good. -
Allen & Lewis Best Brand.
(Soeoial DlSDateh to 'The JoarnsL)
v Butte, Mont, May lJ.The Infamous
thuggery represented by tha robbery
that occurred Just outslds the city lim
its at an early hour Saturday morning.
ln which masked men .secured $1,600 in
deposit checks and 1829 In cash from
Mrs. Burns, a widow, has given added
edge to the apprehensions of those who
sea ln the gradual accretion of a crim
inal element that aeema almost a cult
Warden Frank Conley of tha ; Deer
Lodge penitentiary, standing in front of I
the city hall last evening while tha
crowd was in the vicinity of 6,000, re
, "Thla town has a notorious band 'of.
criminal in its midst at , tn present i
time. ' I can pick 17 ex-convict right
In that crowd now, and there" may be I
more I cannot see. Look out for trou
ble unless they ars looked after 1 some
way." - - -;. z .v'
CONFERENCE OF IDAHO
METHODISTS IN AUGUST I
iat: If energy and ambition
a re lacaung . .
M the mind is dull, Inactive or de- -
" ) preeaca sua trifling annoyances k"
? 1 : lrrlute and exuperate, then the
LIVER I In trouble. Tht.yatem
U clagged with nadlgested aad "
I the beet remedy for LIVER
trouble. It idctmim bota energy . m9
and ambition and induces health- 1
ful sleep. It la . g
Z8 Cent at AS Drag Stores.
Booklet ana sample Free. -',
, HOfT CHCMICAfu, CO. .'
(Speeltl Dlinateh to The Journal)
Boise, Idaho, May II. August 21 ths
South Idaho Methodist conference, com
prising eastern Oregon and- southern
Idaho, will ba held at Boise. Bishop
tav!d IL Moore will preside, and the
meeting has promise of being an unus
ually interesting and profitable one. It
Is '' thought that about " 150 olergymen
and lay delegates will bs present and
take part ln tha conference. At this
meeting one ministerial and one lay
delegsts are to ba chosen to attend the
general conference of the Methodist
church to be held at Baltimore nsxt
TO MINE NEAR EUGENE
- (Special DUpatth to The Journal.) 't
Eugene, . Or., May II. The Great
American Mining company, which haa
bonded a . large acreage a few miles
south of Eugene for the purpoae of
prospecting for coal and OIL aent a
large force of Japanese laborers to the
property today to. begin work. The Com
pany has purchased a big supply of I
mining equipment ana 1 supplies irora
the local merchants and intenda to push
the work during-.- the entire summer, or I
until it is ascertained whether or not
coal and oil in marketable quantities
exist on tha land.' The American com
pany is financed by Chinese -capitalists
or Portland, and It is said no Stock is I
How Good Food snay
Turn to Poison.
, rV ECAY la not dlgeatlen, yon
II 1 know, even when It takes
J J place In the stomach.
. food decayed In the body
after being eaten Is as dangerous to
health as food decayed before belnjf
Food nourishes or poisons, Just ao
cordlng to how Jong It remains la ths
Bowels undigested. - i
Most of the Digestion occurs In the
thirty feet of Intestines.
., They are lined with set of UtuY
mouths, that squeete Digestive Juices
Into the Food eaten.. ' v..
The Intestines are also lined with mil
lions of little suction pumps, that draw
ths Nutriment from Food, as it passes
them In going through. - v
But, when the Bowel-Muscles are
weak, the Food moves too slowly to
stimulate the little Gastrin Mouths and
there is ho flow or too lltrtey flow of
Digestive Juice, to chsnge the food Into
Then, the food decays ln the Bowels,
and the little suction pumps draw Poison
from the decayed Food, Into ths blood,
instead of the Nutrition thcyahould have
Now, Cascareta'contan ths only com
blnatlon of drugs that Stimulates these
Muscles of the Bowels and Intestines
Just as a Cold Bath, or open-air Exercise,
Stimulates a Lazy Man.
Caaearets therefore act like Exercise.
i TTiv nroJuce tna mttii anrt n NiiiJ
ral resulthat a SJx.; Mile walk In ths
country would produce without any In
jurious Chemicalsffeot. (
vThe Vest Pocket Cascaret Box Is sold
by all Druggists at Ten Cents. v '
Be sure you get the genuine, mads
only by the Sterling Remedy Company,
and never sold In bulk. Every tablet -stamped
! COFFEE .
Don't be shy; if you
don't like Schillings Best,
take back ypur money!'
Sal Open Monday. Tuesday, Wed
naday Evsnlnga Until 0 o'clock
The Great Sale
i , OF THE . ' ' .,
Monster l7&oIesa!e: Stock
of Fine RlUIinery
From ths Manufacturers and Importers In Paris, New York and
San Francisco, which has been offered at such merciless sscrlfiee
for the put week by th I , -
At their big storerooms, ' S26 Wsshington street, - next above
and over the Goddard dt Kelly Shoe Store, corner of Sixth and
; Waihington itrett. ;, v.. -i.;' !.-r,'V; "; :;'.-V- :r
1YU1 Pcsltlrelj Cose U a End .Tedsesday Nlsht cl mis Week
; The contractors demand the, building and alterations start aIotrt- ,
necessitating- our vacating mot later than Thursday morning next 1
Not being abls to obtain another salesroom large enough to hold
the vast stocks, we have decided to remove them to Spokane and
Eastern points. ; ' 1 ,
Est 3 Days Bemsla for Portland Wcaen lo Boy Ceantibl
ullllaery at Ketan lor Artnaliy less man uiiciesalc Prices!
Monday mornlna w add hundreds of Eleeant Trimmed and - Pat
tern Hats, worth tip to $50; which we shall offer st
$5.00, $7.89 and ?10.00
Thousands of Street Hats and Smart Shapes with bushels of pretty
M. . V. . ' v. . . J - . ; . . . . . - . . . .
i-lowers ana ronare, nunareas oi unarming xisis ior misses ana
Children in fact, before removina: ths stock we shall double tha
number of hats and allow full, free choice first to Portland women
of all the vast lines which will be placed on sale Saturday in the
cities oi tne. norxnwesi opoaan ana ouier locations, cut your
chance ends on Wednesday night, when we close, and ship every
dollar's worth away from Portland and from you. , .
Three Days of Furious Millinery Bnying ;
Opens ' Monday morning nd ends - forever Wednssday : night .'
Three mora days of Retail Millinery Selling at Wholesale Prices.
Thsfs all. . . ' t
'In order to accommodate the masses employed during
lha day. tha sal will be open until the end Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings, until 9 p. tnv - .
Hie Shafer-WWIIicr Company's
Sensational slaughter of the wholesalers' stock of Fine Millinery
at retail for less than Manufacturers' Prices at 326 Washington
...... nu n.w,A .v. n...iA. c tn mA ic .... ...... t
trance next above Ooddard & Kelly Shoe Store.
ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL
Bame Tor r Ibu
Bava Torn Xaltk '
SUtv Yon Wry SJSapa
Sin Tout Mossy
ere Tear Clothe
Bav Tour Ttnpw
Bar Toas Qomplealoa
, Fill in coupon and mail to ns
The iron will be delivered, with
5 all necessary equipment, abso
lutely free of charge-No delay
CUT OUT COUPON AND MAIL TO US TODA
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LXOHT ft POWBR Ca
f First and Aider Streets, Portland, Oregon.
' Gentlemen Yon may deliver to me one Electric Flat-
.at. a- a jt .. .... . . .
return to you withii
Jnon, which 1 agree to try, and if nniatisfaetory to me. to
return to you witnin ju days from date of delivery. - If I
ao not return u ai msi nme you may ensrw same to my
WW UW. . ...n. ...... VH VH. PXiiV J IJlT
..XMllli . f tA Oft Tf la 919 A - W9H t . . HI
made for the iron If I return it within io days. -,
, Name .
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