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DAILY EVENING EDITIOH
EASTERN OREGON WEATHER.
KMr tonight end. Tl..ir..r, probably
ik tn Irniit Inexpoeoif rim-,., tonight.
"ro"' maRK TMI? rni
PKNDLETON, UMATILLA BOUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1901,
'r V CONNECTION
RENTER OF BLOCK
Now for the Fourth
Of course you are going to celebrate in Vendit ion.
If you are or if you're not, you'll bf intnvstt'd in our
preparation for our nation's birthday.
A suit of clothes, a dress, a hat, a ptnol, a
pair of shoes; perhaps some dainty Lit of mrkware. 1
pair of glovt-s or a pieo of uftdtrwMU', or maybe iomt
other wants may lind you an prepared,
We ve thought of just the
have them htrejtlsl to suii you
you'll need and
Pendleton Ukiah Stage Line
nuitonft Carney, Prop's.
Lear Pendleton BTtTJf day t 7 o'clock
jgtShj, to nU Roj-k, Nye,
?,.' Ilk anil 'kill.. Oood (
map, "'" freight and
Ily office t TmIIhibii
A Co' drug
Our White Fair
Will continue this week
Alexander A Hexter
The Boston Store
WERE TOO BUSY
Selling Summer Goods Cheap
to write an ad today.
Pendleton's Big Busy Store.
Pebiit .leiit Jsereened 17,::!7,::m
LaM year M,6U name were
to thi- peniou roll.
Secretary Hitchcock nfue to
Ihe Open lag of i tklnlioiita latidx.
BolomM mid ineiirgent OtBoera have
taken tin' oath of allegiance in Hainan.
-I'll Chaffee i preparing to otaoh
the Insurgent chief Valvar In Booth'
Persia need all her grain end
American exporter Bre not ifi.tl to keep
ttn ir hand nil.
OUjty hit M counterfeit note have
been p I need in circulation in the lat
twelve month. ,
The draw ing cheme of the govern
infill lor the net t lenient of the Kiowa
MM OueSBnohS country will be con
tooted. A giant trnct ha heeti formeil, with
a capital of t'.tl.iHKl.tMH), to control the
output of the bI tit M- of PoDthf.lt
Report from Mtllb, in KtirdiMan,
nay the Kuril are plundering village
anil have killel 14 Arntenianp in con
sequence of the lielief that the latter
nnrdered a RardlBh notBhie : .. .
sheriff of Aghan.
DEATH LIST IS
In New York So Far Deaths
465, Since Midnight 100.
KKLIKF SKEIS NO NKAKKK TODAY
Police Headquarters RfcelrlnK Messages Kvery
Wompnt More Loss of Life Re
ported tl I'lllshuty
Washington, July ;t. the weather
bureau oneleli Mated thin morn lag
that no indication bad appeared any
where in the country of general
paraMUMBl relief from the heat wave,
it was explained that veMcrdai 'b
thnmleretormi were partly loeal and
hi ! , I . n i n i,i, i i' in tii. .it . If... I I'....
The KB I en agencie in Cleveland of ! , ml hi.l, iu'mi.,,.i , mJ i......i
lllmniM -i,.H company, the n,.n .,, .lei. .it r,...l n, ...... ..t
the territory affected by the recent
torrid i t v.
Celebrate the Fourth.
Going Home Loaded
aflgt 3c ado to S5.85 lsn ' alvvays a plaaaanl experience
tach. Roman candles ioc 1,L" " IS u,llu:" ss',n whan you pur
a dozen Skv W t 'k t ' ''as' lt our slor'' ils Wl' nertivei all
2 -2C tn LU t 1Me 01 (-"lr;, anu fr""U'i'N
VaWll. I WO o i, ml ttr ult.r ic .....
I " ii' 11 wi vn iv vi. ill atui v - vva--
Tire - . , l ... .
- , M(it'lllL'S in
"reworks one cent up.
with good things in all the delicacies
1 of the season. For high grade fancy
j and staple groceries our prices are
lowest in town.
II r .
oner a Ui.OO
meeil tor Sc
the lllmoifi Steel company, th.
can Steel Hoop company, the National
Steel coinpanv and the l.trraine steel
company have heen coiiKolhlated with
that of the ('iiriieitie Steel company.
.fockev Oebarii had bit w broken
while at the potl for the Marl at Waal.
ington park, Ohieaga He had the
mount oa Keitna I.. and Kdncate
whirled suddenly cnMhiug the boy'l
feet between bet body ami that ol (he
horne he wa riding.
Whoa No. 1' pulled in at QlejUl'l
Kerry vemertlay a hoho called out,
"Hold 011 there; a man here with lux
leg cut on. Wtien he rrawle.l out
from the truck it wa found hi left
font wa crtihed and entirely off from
Mm Initep oat. it wa la horrible
condition. He aaid In- name wa
John Clark and wa from Montana.
PACIFIC NORTH W 1ST NEWS.
A creamery ha heen Martcd in
HarveM hand at Walla Walla will
ileii.Hiid from fj to f.'i a day.
John Sullivan' temporary appoint
ment a chief of police of Seattle wa
Loreu'.o Kcch, a 7.1-year-oid man,
wa downed at t'olville, Wah., while
Lathing in the river.
I he l ourth v ill he celehrated at the
penitentiary at Walla Wall lor the
latnefit of the convict.
Su.aine, aged 7', the only urviving
daughter of chief Ye cue of the Molalla
lu.liaiip, wax horned to death at Ore
gon City Monday.
Frank Tow unci., I wa run over hy a
train at Shoehoiie, Idaho, ycMerday.
Ilia ankle wa dillocated and hi head.
hack and ki rut.
H. I., iirigg haH juat returned to
Walla Walla iron, the John Day coun
try with a pint of gold ingota which
he Mad melted and run together from
dual procured in placer opratioiia.
Hon. Tho. Hetiev premoited a large
nuuilwr of pet 11 1,, up t,, the l.laho atale
nardou hoard t(lay in the intereat of
raul Corcoran, who wa neultmctid to
the penitentiary f,,r participation in
the Coeur d' Alene murder caau.
The trial ot Char lea I'e France wat
comii.ei.ee, 1 at Walla walla. al. ,
yealerdav. Ie I rame wa arreated at
Colfax for the alleged emlwxxleii.e.it
if li,iHi I.iiMicIn of wheat from the
Shawnee WHreliolIKe, where the grain
had lH-en tored. A uutulwr ol the
hright ligh'H 111 the legal urofeaaion
laaac llantian, olherwie known a
NaiMileou, i one of the promitieiit
characlera on the treet of North
Yakima. He claim to he 1 J W year of
age. Tardea who have Iran-, 1 tna Ina-
tory hack into the pioneer day a of
Canadian horder hie ay he la over 1U0
vearn o.il. lie clalliia to U a uephuw
of Napoleon lionaparte aim an heir to
the e.tale of In- father, Joaeph liona
parte. lie wan among the early
pioneer- I i in gon aiet V. alni.gloii ,
and l.a fought many Indian haltle
He aay hi mother wa deaerted hy
oaeph ltoiiaparte almul HID vear ago,
and he waa kept hy a family named
baai ink 38c
m 741: to 3.60.
"lie ..in v I
Doea out alwaya keep an w th woman 'i
will. Therr are rnrrgrtn , home -loving
women who hy alieer force of will B000
Uicniarlvra going, and fancy that kUeugtu
ot will oea take the place of atreugth of 1
New York a Morgue.
New York 1 July The tornd wave
1 Mill here. At I ,,'1 lock Mill MOM'
ing the teiiiarature wa H7 , The tor
tore of humidity in added to hy hliMter-
nig heat today. Hanldlts la the one
thing that ha heen teareif atnee the hm
nell hegan. It ahenre eJOBO Ml hbv. iI
the city from the lirt heat calamilv
in it i.itorv. It wa predicted early
j tin morning hv the weather harii
1 that the eventO day of the hot wave
I might )h the wort of all. Fight
le.it I - have heen reported from mid
night to o'clock. The total rSti 1.1 Hr
of death hi nee the hut "pell hegan m
A oon a the tin mounted high
an, I lociixeij 1 1 h hot taM,,i. the cilv,
the rcnrt of death fmui the heat
imply ihiiimmI into police headiptar
(era. Co to III:. to thi morning fio
death are reported ince midnight.
The death roll from midnight to I
o'cliH-k tin afterm in near the hun
Brooklyn ha aafleted alit dee thi
tietwocn thoae lioiir. The humidity .
Plttebarg, July J. -Six death, a'Ven
eriou iiroatratfon reaaltod in PltU
luirg hetween midnight and H thi
morning mi account of the heat.
Uomex Seei Preildent.
WaHhingtou, July S, Uea (lomei,
Bi'coinpaiiied hy the secretary of tale,
nilled on McKinlev Una inoruing. The
Oebee hen. wa reeolted In the red
room The interview wa hrief, con
lting chiefly of mutual felicitation.
(oiiiie wa profue in hi expreioi
of gratitude for what the president
and American had done lor C.ihaua.
OOBHM Hrt calli'd at the war depart
ment. While waiting to nee the mere
tarv. Gen. Milea.who had heard of the
Cohan leader' arrival, BBBMI in. The
greeting liclween the two mihlier wa
IBOCf cordial. Secretary Iomt then gave
liomex a private interview, after
which lie encurted bim in peraoli to
the White lloue. After the meeting
hetween the preMldelit Bod (ioinex,
lto.it a id th uilerence had no poli
Chicago, July :i. -Chicago owner of
the I'acliic-American Fmherien coin
pany were notified tixlay of the cloaing
ol uegoitatioiia tor the trauafer ol that
plant to promoter of the Paelle C in
mug and Navigation .oiiipanv. the
tiropoaed aaiinoti Irtiet wl.nii the
Chicago la-ople refuned into the deal
except on a Mraight aale. They named
their own price and 11 wa accepted
The I'acific-American "iahorioi com
pany wa organised in 1806 with a
capital of f.r),0O'i,i"H The i omhinat ton
Will include Willie At companlea, and
will control uiiie-teutlia of the aalmon
packing hiiaine of the I'acific coat.
Aiilitaat Secretary to MoKlnlev.
WaMiinglon, Jail Ii Major I'm, leu
today remgned hi eOeUBlilBUNI a pay.
i. otatcr of the army and wa reap
pointed aaaiatant aeiretary to the pr i
deiit, the peeltlea he held lor a niiio-U-r
of yeara until thi aprtng. He
ntati-N hi pofeooel prefereaee to
nerve the preident in the White
Houw I he late Adelhert Hay wa
lated for aaaiatant aecretarv h ip
THI; NUW YORK MARKET
Reported by I L. Rar a Co.. Pendl ton.
Chteaeo Board of Trade and New York
Stoek axrhanaa Broken.
New- York. July It. The wheat mar
ket wa very Itoadjf today and Iho OltMNJ
at New York w . 14 over yeaterdav.
The hot weather in the eat continue"
with no Immediate proa pert of a
change. Liverpool etoggd 54 higher,
I 0'. New York opened 7J 4 to 7'i :t-R
and elOatdi 7'.",. There will he go
OaitOfg market tomorrow, the I onrth.
Cloned yesterday, D 7 H
OtJMM today, ,: HI 7'J
Kange today, 7:' l-.-t to 7i 14
Oloai ti"lay, 7'."4.
Stock: Sugar. 144) aleel , . st.
Paal, i7:i', ; v. v., urn r
Wheat In ( htoago.
Chicago. III., .liny I, Wheat, 'it',
Wheat in sn rranelieo.
San I rat.ciniii, .lull :!. Wheat. liKl1.,
to l.Ht 14.
i lo.ed lor Holiday,
N,.w Yora, July II - The Mock ex
change, bet ettie Ol the holiday tomor
row, will he chmed lor four da", the
governing committee having decided o
leee Ihe exchange I rtday ami -atur-dav,
a well ii" tomorrow.
MSCHAMED SOLDIER BOYS
SeatlerliiK I heir Shekel! In tlie Had
Land of Portland.
t it i hi t July 8, - I hi city, or al
leant the Had Land dintrict. in over
run with aoldier, who have heen ilia
charged ill the Phil tppinen and wi le
landed here Sunday frmn Hot traiinrl
I hy a the per capita Ol I he reliirnei
noiitiern in itiioiif fll , alt liougl. miitiv
are aliuo"t iieuuile lliroiigh galnhliuu
"leu who ariiveil mi the traimiMitl tell
many tale of the game that were con
ducted on hoard without inter. eret.ci
The game heuan when the fhvra lei
Mm. tin an I continued until I'ortlau.
wa reached. there are a few ex
nohlier who were particularly lucky
One lauded here with oyer $11110 which
he had won ii in hi fellow paeliger
during the voyage. Ilther, while not
a lUeoeeefeli have uug hank at
count. A aoldier ntate that he aaw
RUnbef f player hme an average
fat cacti in one .lay to a mngle lor
innate piaver. r.ven tleme who an
iiroKe iieciare that tin- ai.ie wen
OOOd noted mi the munre and that then
rover wa" anv attempt made to
in the Had i.and ti.e preeenee of the
ohlier i io,it i.ntahle and in a cor
r. "ponding mi autre the liiiniuc of the
police court ha litrreaaed, th.e nohlier
wan heaten "i rionnlv with a liug-hot
and then rolihed hv tough, who found
him intoxicated. Women of illHHoluti
Oliarecter are reaping a harvent ami do
not herniate to ml. their viilora of al
the have Beferal lirrenl Were mad
and . onvictlonn necured on tin a,
nun' I'riiuken MoMier are a couiiuoii
Night III the tough region, where tin
w,,r Ie.ne.it on hoard the traimport
i. I ick ty giilliereil.
Although coinparativelv well ui
idled with cah the linninenn men find
few ouetomen among the neweeotere.
lor the aoliliern we.e paid III the I'hll
iiipine and iM.ughl outfit hefore atari
. t . .. . .
tug n.r nonie. I lie low naloona are
coining money, however, and will do
o for Before day to come.
Portland flr.l trem. una.
Cortland. July I -The lirat crema
tion in tlie North WOefj wan made ye
torday at the new cremator .inn in Sell.
Band, a nuhurh of thin city. The alfair
wa- private, I, tit l aid to have heen
Lilly an tu, a . .p.-. i.-.l Then
a a a i.uiuler of t od,. - in aulta here
watting to he cremate, I Thene were
-hipped to I'orl'aiid from yariou
polnte in Oregon, Wanhingtou ami
FIRST DAY OF THE
Weather Conditions Ail That
Could Be Desired.
ENGLAND'S FAMOUS ROWING TOWN
Drew riiotintts m pfopi. to Witness
Rtres FeuosvlitDiins Given I
I he I eander crew
heat from the new
I tHBO Praatleally Win,
WeMiiiigton, July .1 Preeideel
ll'Couiiell of the International ao
elation of Ma, hi. nl natd thai In- re
garded the HMKbinlete' Btrlke a prac
''Kvcn if an order I he inil
a! thin time dire ting all men out lo
return to work 00 the old hai the
n tue hour day would la. won " Con
tinning. he aaid : "The li.ineuie.il
ha heen attended with every aucce.a
and in many reoecla i the mon' re
markahle ntruggln on reiord. Fhera
are now only Hikjo men out. and agree
ment are helug nlgned every day re
hieing thia BOBlber.
1000 "Wte mat.
Ui P'nt baaford
"O-N IIUX IMlii'i 1 i o s
ir ...... - .
j. .y u. iiv .,er mx
. Ji and tiaaua
K paper, etc.
Ve an i.v.. l i . t
"""lagerer, 101 OI
tUv hJJe certificate! ioc up. See
la. U I i
r I,. ,
"'- finest Iiouerial trmit
K'Ves i;t)0(i ariina a,,,l
y" a luceaauf..! ..n
ad4Uurni for office sup
p,lcNhlank book a, tichuol
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
To make giaai hread uae Byera' Beat Flour. It took tirM
prni. iiuin at the Chicago World' Fair overall competi
tion, and ijivea excellent aat intact .on w herever uaed.
Kverv aacl ia guarantuod. We have the heat steam
Kollod Bailey, Meed Uye and Beardleaa Barley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYERS, Proprietor.
"See Dem Freezers
J have a full line of
The Peerless Ice Cream Freezers
from one pint to ton quarts, will 1'roeze omani
in from 1 1 1 rue to Ii ve- minute; alao have a full
lipjt of Kahing tackle, haiinu.x ka, etc. .Sue my
line hefore buying
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.
f I boay. Hut it
fi waaraaaa v
Kvery day will
a 1,-s.s ol
and t h a t
hy a lofta
of weight. When
the weight lgm
to fall helow the
nrjruial it u ttlue to
111 general, ill
health in won., n
may I tiuied to
i n g draiua,
cure female ar.li.iru Where the
diaraee ia marked hy loee ol lieah, there ia
a ateadj regain iug of weight eoiocMeal
with the cure which provea the renewal
of bcaUUi to be tlnurouh and permanent.
Three )c. eg"," nm Mi John Grehapli
"I MjiH Plumb Mrccl (frnukfurdl. flnUdrluliu
huiii "I had a very tnul utUuk ul diup.
... I. ... U -A .... 1 1 k WUr( ,r...il... . I..I .Iv.
vrtv weak beck At timei I vu mu bad that I
did uut kuciwr what tu do with myerlf. I ouuf i
tu i'ln:udclpbin two year ago. and lacki.! ai
..at ol you. little buok. uur itmy bcgttu tu read :
wliMt your ' i- . mi iic hi . i lotion 1 had duuc Um i
iithtr. 1 detc. mlucd to t.v it mvnclf 1 look .
m-icu buttle., aud to-day f am a eOroue wci
woman iluua io. uwiink iiavc aauicd ,
tniiiid eioc. I u.rtcil to uc your Favorg.
DaBfOffj July i. -Judge I'aliuer to
diy decideil that under the cmmlitu
lioaal privilege of voting granleil wo
men hy Colorado, they have the right
to pat ron ite bare. Bud aaloouiMl an
not la. puuiahed for aelling them
liquor. He alao decided that reelau
rant have the eonetltaUoaal right to
aell iMaOf Sunday.
heiitlble View by Cai.adlaui.
Vancouver, B. C, July i. A gnaalaj
from Ottawa aaya: The aecretary ol
ntate, acting for the mininter ol BOeV
tun. ha iuil order to Cue-
tome Transit UtBeer n ' at agw
directing him not to luaiat on the din
play of the Britih liag contrary to
popular feeling there, lie had no
order iron, Ottawa to ho. at the llag.
laken Into Cuelody.
London, July I, F.arl Kuaaell, ac-
mupaiiied h Couuteea Mra. holiier
v i lie, drove to Ihe houee of lord vea
terday and apoeared at the bar. lie
waa formally taken into cuatody on a
charge of bigamy. Karl KuMeelJ re
tjuakUai that the trial be uetponed be-j
rood July 18 iu order to enable him
lo prepare hi defeuae. the earl wa
releaaed on bail.
KiebeMfd, Va , July . -The big
lloiueatead hotel at Hot (Springe waa
w,,.i t Ueklroyed by rue.
Ihwlon, July g, -The wharf property
f the Metropolitan Coal , on. pany wa
h-''oy. hy fire Ihia liioruing. Loan,
half a million.
Henley, July I.
won in their trial
college crew .
t he Pnlfi r it v of I'eniinvlvania crew
won it trial heal in the raca for the
grand rhellengo ran today unite
aaeilji rhe l ondon city crew wa ita
Competitor They were . length
behind al the Bniih,
Henlev. Lily I The lirot of the
rvgetta dam n I , .ear and warm
and brought Ihnneanda, Ineladlag
manj tmerlren, In KnglBttd'n lanooe
rowing toon. It ease foregone con
rluBlon "i' Penneyltaala wooM hat
Ihe I Ion in the trial heat and the
principal leMtlnj wa on the race for
the i up 1 1,1,1 of to I were laid
that the II. Id would defeat IVnnavl
renla rhe PennBylvanlene were given
a rXNtelng reception while rowing to
the starting point, The i ondon crew
wa berdll noticed, The Londoner
wen- big, hulking fellow, and under
trai i u.ere wa little Honoring
along the eoarea while the race waa la
nig rowed, a it wa too eany a win (or
the American" Their tima wa neveu
BreoO.il faetOf than that made in the
race hetween the Leamler crew and ihe
new col lege crew.
the two fchamroeki Raea.
Q largo w, inly i Ualua'i two
Bbaairoekl hegan their trial Nptna to
day over a 41-mile courae, from
t.arroi k head to Holy laic and return.
The old in, a. won, iaating tlie chal
lenger home hv a minute and a half.
Columbia Con. tltutlon Raea Off.
Breatoa'i Reef, K. I., July i. -Juet
a the Oonitltut ton and Columbia
-tiried out for thetr rate t 'nn morning,
the Ciilumhia carried away her il
and the (el wan de. land off.
Olieharge of traveling Uen.
M nineapol in, Minn , July I. A a
r. ai.lt ol the plow con.. I nlatloll It feg
peeled the) nearly III! north Weatern
travel lag ...en will he forced to i,,k
for new poHitli.li. In, .it "I o tneae
veatorday traveled oat of If Inneepolla.
the relea i theaa Mleaaaen will aoa
tllnta tin- Urgent w holeeala dlaebarge
nin.e the toliaico trimt aa f , ,rm I
Hig Plrea In Amona.
Pboeoll. Am., July it. The mining
town of Ol iIh- i HO milea eaet of
I'h, e. hi ha he. .. almost totally de-
etroyed by lire, rhe lo i very heavy.
William, Am., July J. -hire da-
ntroled the l,lllllen p. ft inn of the
town. I he lona in enlimatwl at gl .000. -
I emboli on Vaeatlon.
Wahjugtoii, July l. Ainhaaaador
lamboe ol lnWeS preparatory tn a a
atlon of M.me month in Furoa. made
call upon the preaidetit and eatd
good!.).- Ih. .u,il,aa,,,r aail oil
I'h1 redat, going lirt to farm to . .infer
with the official there and later
travel lag in Hwllisrlaad
Yokohama, July Keia.rta here
frmn Ht I -a that Corea ban nmhieii
reqoaetad lapan Ul loss the latter
"latothce In Cores and withdraw all
lapaiie-ie nliiciall Ih. I In, leaning the
iii. hi betveea Ihe enaatrtoe. rhe
new pai, -m iiuitatn I.-.l alliiaimi to
Huer. gUlieg Barkly.
London, July II Ihe eichailge tele-
g.aph ha received Cape town die-
pad he reporting that the Ih.ere had
i.iaile a hold Bitot k mi Laikly weal ol
Cape Colony lot were drnen ,,t t.v
the llritlnh ..arnnoii I hey hiirnnl
the.r von vol i j reveal Ika falling into
the hand of the llritlnh.
Plood in Buttle.
i,le- a Inly I DiseOtrOUS i,,.an are
ragm in th.- i rimea diatrii t oi Kuaeia.
t" feared there I, ta P.-eli reat loee
Beauty is Health.
Wain ,, l ata. Ail . Juu.l IMS
u f,.r Ibo I., i.i in I ra. !. -. I from
aail tti Wn... of i ardu. I took la
. ii Uy hi .u ao i'Iowui.
i 1 hm Of ao u.u b, aaj body
ir ad. lee en I uia.liviae I
It a,. I i aan in in..,li:.lr tu
waa no haul of life uor any i
8au Frncieo, July a. I'reaidenl
liayee today iaautal a geoeral order
abolihiug aahan l ar on all hoata on
the .Southern I'acific eyalt in
Or. l'u ros'l l lcaaaait Pclieta cleuae thi
bowcJa aiwi atiiiiulalr the aluggjab livoa
Sardeu atot III.
Paris, July The report that
Hardou, the great drauiatiel, waa eari
oualy til, prove untrue.
to ui at all am
euuiiiiein il lal.ii.
.. cam al ihooorreel tnar. o..uUaut Ihraa
day. I liava aa'uad ttri.th aud uiy eelakt
ha. luureaaod Uy liu.iia.nl mf ihe ma.llulue
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Mr. Iuim afkajraaix
womanly heeiih uk.iu Brlafu tyee, reay
cheeiu, ilea loaasieaio and thuOait ef Iwai
Tklt It the youUl uii.acaMired by ycin the
aaauty ol pert.O womanhood. Beautiful u
men are happier aad get at are awl el Ufa Skea
tfielr altltrt who facet kedkaet .ullenwe
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few" ead keftealely luppaw Iiiibii a tmUkv
of taktee laaTiMaBeiaa. aedatkeleaetetiaMta.
It giving tfMMitencU of woaaea heaJtii, beauty aad , gggj (rue Um dree
flag aeiat wni.n mad. irx.r l... ,w mlMebk W.h faou. haaeard tywt
.i..ii m mi w.a raaufM Ol .Ul.crm.
pare wMh Uu torturt of irrteuler awattruelion.
the womb I Beauty fleet uuiikly before the revee.t f tueh
Muvp peuu ol (ailing of the woiah dee pea the craw eretlt hi eke aaea.
Mtmlruel Irrcguieraliet rob the eye af ita fare and the toayaialaa af to
lerupercaiy. Uuiorrhoee dreiiu the body af lit tBwagSB. bad Vaa f
t ardui rt.lurc. th natural beauty, brlghleaw the eve, cieavt Be oa
round, uul the figure end briagt beak the vigor af at tab Meaty
a Ot. city headlct gl.OO bottau f Wme ef Cardea.
far ad viva aad la. Ilia I, ,
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what .uO.rUie can aaev
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