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Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon, Tuesday, June 13, 190S.
WILL THEY FIGHT?
ENDS HER LIFE.
Trouble and Remorse Causes
Former O. A. C. Student
Last Friday, in an East Side
lodging house, Miss Wavelle
Cunningham suicided by inhal
ing gas. Much local interest
attaches to this case, as the young
lady attended OAC in past vears
and had many warm friends in
this city. Ji late sne Had ex
perienced serious trouble, and the
following facts are from the Tele-
hand?. For nearly 100 years
these Norse Vikings carried for
ward their plans" of subjugation
and plunder, and their bowty was
taken to their native lands or sold
in foreign countries. During this
Persons well informed on the period little is known of internal
temner of the neoole of Norway conditions in Norway. At a later
r r k. J I
know that to a large majority of period it seems to have been
this people the Swedish yoke has divided into districts and each
been very galling:. As year fol-1 district was ruled by a sort of
lowed year the feeling against chieftain, or petty king. The
Swedish dominion became more most powerful classes were sur-
and more intense until a few days rounded by bands of dependents
ago the tempest burst and the trained to arms, and acknow-
people of Norway declared their ledged few, if any superiors.
independence. About the dose of the Qth, or gram
When a people of enlighten- beginning of the ioth century, Lying still and cold on a slab
ment find themselves compelled Norway became a united king I in the morgue is an attractive
to pay homage at the dictation of doml 7 For years now followed I young women supposed to be
a sovereign who is not of their various kings and? pretenders, of Miss Wavelle Cunningham, . of
choice, their liking, nor even of different extraction?, ; some Nor- Pendleton, daughter of Mrs. B.
their own people, they look lone- weeian. some Swedish. ad some Cunningham of that place,: who
ingly for a time when freedom Danish. Many and fierce were a committed suicide at a rooming
shall be theirs. Oscar was King series of tribal wars that ensued, house at 604 East Alder street
of Sweden this; was enough; Certain Russians also are accredit- this morning by ' inhaling gas
thought the Norwegian. - ed with having ayes on the king- from a rubber tube which she
Whatever may -appear ulti- dom. The kings were generally had connected with a jet in the
mately to have been the pretext oppressive and there was no room that had been rented by her
for action in the present case, the permanent subjection- to them, yesterday. Coroner Finley has
real reason for dethroning King It is also noticeable that the kings wired to Pendleton in hope of 6b-
Oscar is that Norway wanted a nil- were usually short-lived. Bv taming information of the un
er all her own. She did hot wish marriaeel death of heirs, etc.," fortunate and to what disposition
to share heir sovereign with any the Norwegian crown finally pass- shall be made of the body. This
people: sne desired a ruler wnose ed to.bweden in iiq. is Deneved to De tne young wo-
every action of heart and mind From this time forward the man who was arrested in San
should forever be in behalf of the history of Norway is linked with Francisco on a charge of cashing
inhabitants of Norway. that of the Scandinavian coun- a $160 check on A. & C. Felden
What the outcome of Norway's tries. In 1397 Norway and heimar in this city, when she had
declaration cf independence is Sweden entered what is known no money in the bank. The
yet to be is difficult to foretell, as the Calmar union. During matter was settled but of court.
Sweden, the Swedish king and the time of her union with From evidence gathered at the
his subiects, are represented as Sweden, Norway cannot be said scene Coroner Finley says the
accepting, the matter with su- to have, a history of her own. woman appeared there yesterday
preme lndmerence. This appear- At the dawning of the 16th cen- and rented a room, agreeing to
ance of indifference may exactly tury this union was broken and stay a week. She said she want
1 r ml ' 1 I -r 1 . Tr-x I i . .
aenne tneir position, or, on tne Norway remained witn uenmarK. ea to oe wnere it was quiet, say
other hand, it may be but a-mask The Danish kings were accepted ing she was irom Stanford Uni
to conceal whatever may be con- in Norway. - versity and was feeling ill. She
templated bv them. Norway, it appears, was coupl- left the house at ? o'clock vester-
It appears' that Norway is con- ed to Denmark until January 14, day afternoon and returned again
any emergency that may arise, peace of Kiel, Norway' was trans- quietly in her room after thai.
bhe has abundant means at ner ferred by Denmark to bweden. liarly this morning the inmates
disposal, if war should result; Norwegians were at fLst inclined of the dwelling detected the odor
she has guns, amunition and as to off;r resistance, but iound of gas, and on entering the apart-
a pupil of Prof. Taillandier of
OAC, in chapel last Saturday
evening. They were well re
paid for their presence on this
The lady was self-possessed
throughout the recital and there
was at no time any evidence of
extreme nervousness that so
often is apparent to the detri
ment of an artistic performance.
Each number was well received,
but the piece de resistance was
the concerto in A-minor, by
Hummel. This is a most inter
esting work throughout and
has a splendid development of
themes. The orchestra part was
played On a second piano by Prof.
The lady has a splendid trill
and in a certain style of passage
work' she is really' admirable.
There is considerable grace and
elasticity in her wrist movement,
and no one can deny that she is
a very creditable graduate. - She
was the recipient of many bou
quets and ' much' praise for her
Work She intends remaining
here for the summer for the pur
pose of doing post graduate work.
In connection with' the recital
it may be stated that her grand
father, Geo. P. Root, : came all
the way from Grand Rapids,
Mich.v to attend the recital, ar
riving Saturday. Her mother,
Mrs. E. I. Hewes. of Roseburg
Or., was also in attendance.
Both of the latter are to remain
here about a week.
At the conclusion of the pro
gram, Prof. Taillandier, in a few
brief remarks, presented the
Feel Impending Doom.
Foley's Honey and Tar has cured
many cases of asthma that were con
siderad hopeless. Mis Adolph Buesirg,
701 Third St., Davenport, Iowa, writes :
"A severe cold contracted twelve years
age was neglected nntil it finally erew
into asthma. The best medical skill
available could not eive me more than j fort and relief.
Tar was recommended and ove fifty , the worst form," writes Marion Lee of
cent bottle entirely cured me of asthma , Dunreath.Ind. "I tried eight physicians
which had been growing on me fori without relief. Only three bottles of
twelve years, and if I had taken it at (.Foley's Kidni-y Cnw made me a well
the start I would have been saved years i man." Fot wale Ht Giuliani & Wortham's
of suffering " Graham & Wortham j drag store.
Keep it tor sale.
The feeling of impending doom in tha
minds of many victim of Bright's lis?"
ease and diabetes has been changed to
thankfulness by the benefit derived from
taking Folev's Kidney Cure. It will
'cure incipient Brighl's disease and dia-
Slight, disorders are
A Bod Scare.
good men as are on earth; her themselves too feeble and accept-
army is splendidly disciplined and ed the inevitable for the time be-
very efficient for its size,
Furthermore, it appears that
before taking the final step to
wards dethronement of their king,'
the people of Norway had an un:
derstandmg with Great Britain
and were assured of her support,
come what might. On the other
ment found the young woman
lying at the foot of the bed ar-
Smoklag In a Powder Magazine
Is courting death more suddenly but not
more surely than neglecting Kidney clis
orders. Foley's Kidney Cure will curs a
slieht disorder in a few days and its con
tinued use will cure lhe inot-t ohstinate
cases.- It has cured many people of
Brishl's disease and diahetps who were
thought to be incurable. If you have
kidney or bladder ; trouble, commence
taking. JFoley's Kidney Cure to-'ay, be
fore it is too late.( Graham & Wortham
have it for sale.
Rome day yon will get a bad scare,
when you feel a pain in yonr bo el, and
fear appendicitis. Safety lies in Dr.
King's New Life Pills, a cure cure, for
all bowels and stomach diseases, such as
headache, biliousness; costiveness, e'c.
Guaranteed at Allen A Woodwaid's
drug store, only 25c. Try them . 1 " -' -
0. C. ST. STEAMERS
Steamer Oregona, leaves Cor
vallis, Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, for Portland and all
way points at 6 a. m. For rates,
etc., call on
A. J. SHIRLEY, Agent.
lt was a huge task, to undertake the
cure of such a bad case of kidnev dis
ease, as that ef C. F. Collier, of Chero
kee, Iowa, but Electric Bitters did it
He writes: 'My kidneys were so far
gene, I could not tit on a chair without
a' cushion; and suffered from dreadful
backache, headache, ani depression.
In Electric Bitters, however, 1 found a
cure, and by them was restored to per
fect health. I recommend this great
tohic medicine to all with weuk kid
nevs, liver or stomach. Guaranteed by
Alien Woodward, druggist; price 50c.
All past negotiations for parties to
write matter for publication in the Ga
zette are hereby annulled. Those send
ing matter to this office for publication
are hereby notified that no pay will be
given by this office for such matter un
less beieafter agreed upon and price
stated. The Gazette wi'l gladly consider
all matter furnished without charge by ,
the contributor. The name of the party
contributing in all case? to be signed to
the communication. For' all further ne
gotiations on this subject, address ' -Corvallis
Cornice, Roofing, Guttering,
and all kinds of Sheet Metal
ing. iney now seem sausned rayed in her night clothing
that they ate strong enough to She had removed a pillow irom
hoe their own row, hawever the head of the bed and placed it
weedy it may be. - at the foot, connecting the tube
with the gas jet she covered the
Don't Forget to Go. lower end ot the hose' with the
pillow and after turning on the
It scarcely seems necessary to deadly fumes, had evidently de-
hand, King Oscar has an avowed speak further regarding "Cor- liberately prepared tor the end,
Germany. If Russia was not so and what it means to our people, and displayed no signs of pain. '
full of her own troubles, intern- By our actions we shall be iudg- Corener Finlev savs the bodv
al and external, she wonld be ed. By the showing we make was yet warm when he reached.
m the game rsomewhere, figur- in numerical strength when we the scene after a' physician had
turn out on this occasion will made an examination and found
those who are" visiting; the Fair that lite was extinct. The suicide
from abroad measure us. Every had written a letter and then de-
detail of our parade in Portland strayed it, pieces of the missive
will be of importance, as little being found on the floor, and
things olten lather great impres- from this the address of Mrs., B;
Notice to Builders.
-,. . . ...
Sealed bids' will be .received up to 3
o'clock,' Saturday V June 7, '1905,' for the
remodeling of the M. "E. Church of Cor
vallis," t)r.f in accbrdarice with," the plans
and specifications now at the office of
Ambler & Waters. Reserve the right to
reject any and all bids.
" " ' VrijGtL E. Waiters,
48-49 Chr. Bldg. Com.
Cheap Sunday Rates Between
Portland and Willamette
Valley Points. ,
Dying ef Famine
me to make a graft, rsut as it
is, the Russian bear will likely
hibernate very ' shortly after the
Japanese are pursuaded to let go.
It may be found interesting and
instructive to our readers to study
the following brief historical .si)hs ahd;ari impressio& for good Cunnihghim was ieaTned and oh
sketch of Norway and her peo- is what we are alter. one corner ot the ;" oaoef "was a
: riy maumg a good snowing message to the coroner saving
the proper impression is created that she had committed suicide
and results beneficial to us, our and riot td hold an inquest. The
city and' 'couutvV'are certain to deceased was about 2 or za vears
tollow. Jbor the glory ot our- of age, of medium height and
selves-we hould go in large num- rather, stout. Her clothing was
hare ann txti r rt aft onthncio c?m I M.Al.t.. A.
Tordanes. some time durin- the XV?- " ? r syu nuamy, uut qu.cuy
w b i n rrr ma Tm-kia l rr fArriunn rnar m- n ' i
-x i.4., ta- u: I kuw" x ui iuoii uiduc, emu sue udu a iiuuk. suit
UL""ulul 'su" lula Potvallis and Benton countv are w nrl or;n tthor rtU
and later, there armenra tn 1e . " . . . 7. ' . " &w" " "
fl,; -V- iui w iub muiw auu t.F vucii smaii amount oi cnange
.. . ., ' ,, t, "7, ; I. hats to none but ladies. Miss Cunningham was arrest-
The indications are that an at- ed in San Francisco last Satur-
tendance larger than hitherto day, being wanted ' in Portland
counted on will favor the ex- on a charge of passing a worth-
cursion on this occasion. Every- less check to the amount of $i6p
thing possible is being done to Preparations were made by the
make the matter a success and local police to send Detective
i a success it has simple got to be. Resing after her and bring her
Decorations ot all sorts and sizes back for trial. The case, how-
are being designed. Independ- ever was settled, and the woman
ence people are doing likewise was released Monday afternoon
and are to share with us the Shortly after her release she start
glory ot this day. - As Independ- ed for Portland, arriving here
f .fV, " "'"w ' "fr-" last uigui. iviiss unningnani
rovers of the north, first appear- mWj efu,fc, f .1, j:j t. .
oA 0A 1Ar- 1,a -RrrHcl, Lvululu "car a Daa reputation,
tr"r .VT r. 7 sv- towns Olicht to result in a time Und V...
coast. From" this period their :U-i7'?"" C7 "" u" -li: Zj-" - "1 Vr"
1 1111 ifw 1 1 1 1 1 v 11 ii 1 1 1 1 1111 11 in, 1 1 1 j 1 11 ii r m n , i n n n ... n c n
- p " " w . 1uiv.uLj, i-ui tx wiiiic ant waa a
Is, in its torments, like dying of con
sumption. The proirress of consump
tion,, from the begiirsfnir to the very
end, is a long torture, both to victim
and to friends. "When I had consump
tion in- its first staae,' writes"; Wnv.
Myers, of Gearfoss,1 Md:, "afier; tryme
different -T edminei. and a vo "l, doctor in
vain, I at last took Dt KitieV Dii
covery, which quickly and quietly
cured me." " Prompt relief and sure cure
for coughs, colds, sore threat, bronchitis.
Positively cures pneumonia. - Guaran
teed at Allen & Wood wall's", drug store.
priue60c- and 1 a bottle. Trial uuttle
free. . . .. . ;i vi"
I,ittle is known of the earlv
history of Norway and the in
habitants of this scenic land.
The first authoritive mention oft
Norwegian tribes was made by
a romantic tribe and what might
readily be taken to be" historical
is quite likely to 'have been :
mvtholop-ical. rather than histnri-
. 07 1 ; 1
It is generally supposed that
the earlier tribes were of Lapp or
Finn origin and that later Ger
manic tribes (closely related to
Danes' and Swedes) immigrated
to that country from the south.
During the latter part of the
8th century the Vikings, the sea
CASTOR I A
Tor Infaats'and Children.
The Kiiil You Have Always Bought
Low rouud trip rates have been placed
n effect -between Portland and Willam
ette Valley points, in either direction.
Tickets will be sold
SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS,
and limited to return on or before the
following Monday. -
Rate to or From Corvallis. $3.00.
Call on Southern Pa;jflc Co's Agents
tor particulars. -
F. A. Hencye
In connection with J. H.
SIMPSON S HARDWARE
Pneumonia follows La Qrlpp
but never follow the uaa of
Gazette Independent phone No
It stops the Cough and heals the Iunga.
Prevents Pneumonia and Comcmption.
Mb. Q. VAora, of in Oigood St CMoac)
vriuai "M if had to erippa ud It Uft mm
wltk mr Wad mmtm. mm bar lose kiai
tobS Horn ajcdTo ard
Ii von 'are looking for some real good
Bai-cains in Btock, Grain. Fruit and
Poultry Ranches, write for our special
IUt.ore me and see na. We will tax
pleasure in gtvlnp you reiiaole informal
tiou.;. also showing yuii over lhe nounty'
iJVIBLER & WAITERS,
VIRGIL C. WTTER8.ICOBVALLia
(CNRV AMBLEft, PHllOHftlH.
Bears. the '
Gazette Bell phone No 341.
If your watch shows any irregu- I
laritv or crives othel1 evidence "that I
', something is "vtrorijET -" with it,1 better
have it examined by a competent I
. watchmaker. You won t ' hnq - any
mrrs '.. Blrillfnl or mftre PYrpriATifprl
anywhere ihah right here. We clean and repair all' sorts -of
watches thoroughly and quickly and guarantee alt our work as
well as our prices to be right. If your watch chain ig beginning
to show signs Of wear, or if you'd like a new chain for any rea
son, we are prepared to supply you with the best gold-filled one
made, at a moderate price. ' We carry the Simmons make, the
best known and most strongly guaranteed chains ever sold.
E. W. S. PRATT, Jeweler and Optician.
Mo Secret About It.
history is more authentic and
readily followed.' They plunder
ed on the southern coast of Spain,
and even entered the Mediterran
ean on their voyages of subjuga
tion. The Danes joined in these
expeditions and it is no easy
Fiance mifiexed gtcgy gjeig . mwA'u,;
student of Pjcific University at
Forest Grove. She was in Port
land two weeks ago.
It is no secret, that for cuts, burns.
ulcers, fever sores, sore eyes, boils, etc .
nothing was bo effective as Bucklen'sl
Arnica Salve. "It didn't take lone to
Classics Well Done.
A. representative audience of
lovers werein at-
the piano recital
given bz Louise Smith,lanyille;
GREAT REMOVAL SALE
In order to reduce our stock and save moving, -we will offer a reduction of 5 per
cent on all goods bought FOR CASH, commencing June 5th and continuing
until removal occurs, or about June 25th Quite frequently a merchant offers,
a reduction on a special line of goods, but it is not often that a discount is given
on everything you buy as will he the case in this Special Removal Sale.
This does not apply to small purchases of less than $1.00.
Remember the date, June 5th.