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SALEM. OREGON, TITESDAY. APIXIL IS, 1302.
A fell State Ticket Placed la tic
TWO SALfM MEN ; ARC NAMED
JUDGE' B. V. BOXHAM FOR THE
SUPREME BENCH AND J. E.
GODFREY KOR PRINTER.
Captain Samuel White Was Re-elected
( as Chairman of the State Central
Committee, and He Made a Plea for
Funds for the Campaign, and Secured
a Good Purse, i -; ! . , '.
PORTLAND. Or, April 11. The
t State Democratic Convention i finished
, its labors this afternoon and adjourned.
In accordance wth a law passed by the
last Legislature permitting the various
parties . to place the names of candi-
dates for United States Senator on the
official ballot, the Convention named
C. E. S. Wood, of Portland, for that
position. . -j , J.. . I
A feature of the afternoon session
was the appeal of Oapt. Sam uef White,
cha.rman 'of th State Central Commit
tee, for funds with which to carry on
the campaign. Contributions amounting
- to $2600 were pledged. The ticket as
cofnpleted is as follows: -.'--,.
tSovernor Geo. E. Chamberlain, of
Supreme Judge fj. .F., Bontatrn; of
Marion. ' i ' - r i '
Secretary of State D. W. Sears, of
Polk. .' e
i Stat Treasurer Henry Blackman,
Morrow." ' 1 '' .. ' i -
Attorpey General J. II. Raley, Um-.;i-f.'l.i.
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State Printer Jf El Godfrey, Marion.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
t W. A. Wann. Lane.
For ITnlted States Senator O. E.,8.
Wood, Multnomah.; '
Congressmen, First District J. K.
Weatherford, Albany, i
Congreinn, Second Dlstrlct-W. F.
Butcher, Baker.- : :
J .'.-. j Joint Senators. -
Multnomah and Clackamas Left for
Democratic caucus to fill, in Multno
mah. Marion and: Linn J. K. Jeffrey, of
- Marion. ! '
-ITmatMla, Union and Morrow Walter
' M. Pierce. :
Baker, Harney and Malheur Willi
am Smith, of Baker.
Joint i Representatives.
Multnomah 'and ClackamasV-ft tf,T
Clackamas Democratic Central "(mi
ni It tee.
Yamhltl and Tillamook .r-Charles
Grlsnea. ' T
Polk and JjiHColn I. M. Simpson.
Douglas and J k-kmn floritce Mann.
, Cooaahd Curryl!ued. . .
Www, Crook, Klamath and , joMp
A. P. Doak, rJurl Sander. I K. Moiw.
Wascor Sherman Gilliam, flranrf and
Wheeler P. G. Haiun, Steven
son, E. P. Wler. ' .
l'rf.on and WJIwa J. A. Burleigh.
Ilaiwy ukI Malheur F.. H. Tent.
I'matiHa and Morrow W. F. Mit-
Circuit Judge. Klxlil); Judicial IHb
trict Thomas II. Crawford..
i Stats Central Committee. '
1 The State Central Committee' copshds
of thf fonowlfW'mt-mlM.-rs, selected by
the several rnuiity delegations:
apt. Samuel White, chairman, f
- Baker M. Fuch.
. Benton B. F. Irvine. v
Clackamas J. I. lvf-tt. j . . i-Cbitsop--W.
J. Cook. ' :
Columbia W F. Slaughter. V
llougtos O. P. Coahow.
tJllltam Sa.m K. Van Vaetor. '
(irnitt J. C. Woolery- r
Harney Ham MKhersiiead,
Jackmm J.J. Ibmck.
Josephine J. O. Booth.
Lan B. R. Sklpworth.
IJncotn J. S. Stewart.
Linn S. M. Garland. ;
Malheur W. H. Kinir.
Maxion F. W. Durbtn. .
Morrow ilif-nry Blicknmn.
Multno'mah J. C, Wolch.
INiilk D. W. Sir..
Shermjin John Faulk.
Tillamook J. B. i Delsman.
ITmaUtfc El D. Boyd.
t'tton J. D. Sfciter. ;
Wallowa S. Rvi vis.
Wasco H. J. M tirt. - '
- AVahlngton J. M. Wall..
YamhJU R. M. Sneli.
TO MEET HAKKIJIAN
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
1 MILLER TO PH,OT RAILROAD
V MAGNATE TO OREGjON.
It. B. MlBer, Cieneral Passenger and
t-Yrtght Agent of the'Soutliem Pacific
Company, paw'throuRh this ity yes
terday rnminr n nmte to San Fran
clMtv to 4el Mr. Harrtman. the grU
railniHtd -mngnate wJk controls the des
tiny ofTho Sothirn padflo railroad,
and J. C. HtMbtM, Chief Traffic Director
of the. same company, Wh are in San
Francisfo and an contemplating a
ijour of inspection over this line. It Is
prMwnel' that Mr. MiUWs .able .In
arottg to. S "mijrlft i to j'ikt Mr.
Harrtman over this division.
The new gravel platform and drive
way, which 1ku bivnln course of ,con
strutn fr 4h patt three weks at
the Southern Pacific freight depot. In
this csty, under the supervision of Sec
tion Foroiiwin P. li Irtmty.' was com
plH.ei yesterdly and most creditable
pt4 of work St is. j Under tito new ar
rangement the depH doors can be ap
proacheil Jrora any point vt-y conveni
ently, whereas, ,wtth the old plank
platform, which wa oyer two feet In
height, (the teams oould only, approach
from either end and It sometimes
proved very Inconvenient and unsatis
factory, besides there was an everlast
ing expense of repairs. The driveway
lulling to- and from . the. depot frays
aliro beep well travelled and much im
proved, end Mr. Prunty aays thai be
Intend to request the officials of the
company to supply him wtn more gra
vel with which to grade that section of
Trade street between , State and Front
streets, which, if hi request is grant
ed, will be a great improvement over
its present condition. Forty-live car
loads of . grave were required and used
in making the improvements just com
pleted. 1 ' " .
Adopted by General Smith in Samar,
Will Be Investigated
WASHINGTON, F April ll.-rt-tary
Root Is not now in a position to
take any action "with regard to the al
legation . of the extreme military
meksures on the part of General Smith,
who eomamnded the American troops
in the Island of Samar, which has been
made public In the Waller court-mar
tial at Manila. t The Secretary said to
day that Jf General Smith had comtniti
ted a breach of the rules of war in the
Samar campaign,, the War Department
wlU take steps to discipline .that of
ficer. , : .
- -A BOY SUICIDES.
VANCOUVER. B. ti. April S The
11-year-old oii " of ; George . Tumross,
of Revejstoke, B. C committed sui
cide, today by 'hanging. His parents
can advance no reason for the act.
Of pew' Attack on Tbelr Peculiar
flection Methods "
BRIMS OUT HOT RfSPONSfS
BLACKBURN DEFENDS THE GOE-
BEL LAW AND INFORMS THE
NEW YORK MEMBER
That He Is Not Informed on Kentucky
Politics The Cuban Reciprocity BUI
Is Safe In the House -A Commanding
General Has No Place in the Ameri
can Army. r 1 . ' i
WA SHINGTON, Aprift 11 Some re -
marks, which Depew made lesterday
c-oncerning the proposed amendment to
the Conatitution providing for the elec
tion of Senators by Doimlar vote, in th
course of! which, he adverted L to ' thi
Southern jeieotion methc-ls, precipitated
a nveiy qeoate in the Senate today.
sensitoil Money replied tartly to some
of the statements of Depew, and de
fended thf suffrage clauses In the Mis
siasipii CotMstitution. , Depew made a
warm,. reply a.nd attacked the eietrtion
ni-thoi f severar other Southern;
"t-itew. His remarks drew a sharrt fire
from sve toil Senibtors. Bbwkhum
warmly arraigned the New York Sena.
tor for comment on the Kentucky
eleicuns, defended whiiit is known, as
the Goebel election law ' and asserted
that the New York Stmator was not
lnf(rmed air to the facts -of Kentucky
Whfli the tiineso Kxciuslon bill was
taken up an agreement Was resichcd
that, n vote houM be takeu next Wed
The Bill Ssfs.
Washington, Ajrrll 11. The i debate
on the Cuban reciprocity bill was con
tinued in the House today, the principal
sfteeches being made by Long (Kans.)i
and Shafroth (Colorado). The feadeis
f the Hoiwc who have been much
worried as' to the outcome of the con
troversy were considerably rellevel to
day when Watson Indiana ),j who is
artlng athe Republlcali whSp, inform
ed them that, after a careful canvass he
was positive that when an attempt
was made to overrule the chair in order
to make May for an amendment to
abolish 'the differential On refined su
gul', the chair . would tie sustained. It
is conceded tlrat the uncertainty re
garding the: fate, of the bill hinges on
the q-Uejtlon of overruling the chair.
Waahlngton, April ll.-Theeport of
the testimony, given before the Senate
Committee on Military A fairs by Gen
eral 'Schofleld, : formerly
General of the Army, on thA bill to
crate a general ttaff. made puWIc
today. He endorsed the bill, saying
that he had long since come to the
conclusion that there is no room' under
our Const ttation for two comiunndera.
and thsitt hp President whom the Cn
stitution made supreme commander,
must act thrpughfthe Sex-retaryiOf War.
He1 added : . 'J 1 . '
"Thi very exalted' -Individual jOfflce,
so-aUed. of ommandi ng general of the
army, must disappear. There 1s no
room for. it in this .Government, no
matter who occupies it;. It is not a
queitJon of personality nl all, or of the
character o.f the individual, so far as
this question is concerned. We must
have what other nation on the irth
have a chief of staff, not a command
Named by Roosevelt.
Washington, April 11. The Presi
dent today sent the following nomina
tion to the' Senate:
. J;Mnc5 R. i Garfield, of Ohio, United
States Civil Servk'o t'omml sooner;
William WIBiumw. of New York, Com
nssioneif of ImmiitfAtloa''
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; Democratic Committss,;
WaJitington, i April 1 l.Thei 'Demo
cratic COfigressionai .Campaign t'om
iiiittee. as the - result of , consultations
with leadera in different twrts of the
rountrs. h4U i greed on the 6illoinK
executlire commit lee to be formally an
nounced iU, the next metlhg. tmievs
sne hStch occurs: i ' '
IVjt T; Cable, of Illinois, chairman;
Lewis Nixon, New York, chairman f.
the-1wiace Committee; .;'.Iavld Over
meyer, Kansas: Thonjis Taggart, In
dianapolis: Richard' Olney, Maasuchu
sotts. find Daniel d. lainHmt, of New
York. . .; '
1! Kind Tw Kan Kw Eccl
followed by Vi lent Scenes in tne
Chamber of Depaties
TRISIINA1 Of Jilt rnfSIDlNI
WAS STORMED BY SOCIALIST
MEMBERS OF THE BODY KE
1 PULSED BY THE USHERS.
The Entire Country Is a Seething Mass
of Discontent, and Troops Are Every
where Attempting to Repress the Up-
, risings and Strikes Centers of Agi
tation BrtotUng With Bayonets.
BRUSSELS, April 11. The sitting of
the Chamber of Deputies today was
characterized by violent scenes. , At
the dose of the sitting the Socialist
deputie stormed the President's tri
bunal.' The ushers were summoned to
preserve order, antl a violent scene en
sued, in which blows were exchanged.
During the evening there were several
outbreaks in the city.f The police
charged the rioters, and about twenty
five persons were wounded. I
VoUcart. President of the Society of
the Young Socialists Guard, who is
charged with being responsible for th
disorders here, has eluded the ponce
and escaped from the country.
In Chaotic Stats.
Brussels, April 1L Sharp fighting
between strikers and gendarmes oc
curred this morning at Rracquegniea,
near Charleroi. Several thousand
strikers attacKd and stoned a body
of gendarmes, who retaliated by fir
ing their revolvers). A sharp fusilada
followed, and the gendarmes were com
pelled to retreat, A squadron of lan
cers, however, galloped up and. dis
persed 'the mob. ;
, A semblance of order was restored
among the rioters in the Rue Steven
early this morning. . The polk, wha
bore the brunt of the fighting, weiej
strongly reinforced by the stnrmfi
and civil guards with loaded rifles. Or-j
dera were issued to use all force nece
sary to drive, the mob out of the Madi
son du Peuple. Jusi a the order was
about to be executed the chiefs of the
Socialists offered evacuate the build
ing quietly, t '" 1 4
Estimates of the number wounded
during theriots vary from 40 to 100,
but scores! of injured ! were carried off
and hidden by friends. A large num
ber of riooters were arrested, and are
detained. The Burgomater of Brussc'.s
and suburban municipalities have pro
claimed that meetings of more thsn
ten persons are" prohibited, and that
persons carrying revolvers shall be Ha-
ble to six months imprisonment.
AH centers of agititlon, arc bristling
with bayonets. Stiuaus of cavalry are
continually patt rolling the. streets and
guarding the shops, which were threat
ened with plundering' by the rioters. A
mawifesto.-slgnef by the general coun
cil of the Labor Party, has been widely
iMtstcd.- It demands a revision of the
constftution and unlveral suffrage.
Telegrams from the country districts
indicate the widespread character of
the movement, which threatens to cul
minate In a grand coup next week
during the refo. m debate in Parlia
A thousand' demonstrators - caused
great disturbances at the St. -Nicholas
last .night until routed by the repeated
charges of the gendarmes.- , f
At La Iiuvre, f.00X,men -tajsed to
wort, forcing the workers in the larce
industrial establl?bmenl at I a Croyere
and Illne St. Pierre to Join them. The
strikers "threaten to burn all -'. fact orb
where (the workers refuse to quit.
Strong detachments of cavalry are now
patrolling 'the district, in order to pro
tect the factories.
A telegram from Mons lays work
sttl! continues In the Borange district.
but a strike I threatened. Troops hav
been sent to 1 he district ' to cope with
possible rioting. .
Additional regiments of cavalry, in
fantry and engineers arrived here' this
morning. A battalion ! held in read
ineoj ior moiion ai eacn oi me oarrai'Ki.
AH the troops are supplied with two
packages of ball cartridges and1 two
packages of so-called strike cartridges.
t Clnrtji rmm am rfM v-il 0-11 - r mwa cr .am
w: ncau4ui iris 111 - i LJ ,
numbers, and rigorous instruction!
have been Hsuorl for instant rejre.4on
of other outbreaks in their Inclplency.
Four' regiments arrived at Charleroi
today. InTantry has been itnt to
Iuvain amli Valvorden, and squadrons
of chasseurs have been distributed in
the midland. . ,
A COLONIZATION COMPANY.
Rio Grands Vallsy to Be Settled and
KL PASO. Tex., April . A Coloni
sation Company ha been organised and
wilLspttle, forty thousand acres of land
in the Rio Orande Valley below this
city. ReTit extDtriemetitshave d
UKmwt rated the fact thrt waiter ran ho
gotten from WVIlw with putni to Irri
gae laixis ax a small cowt. The land
Hill be sWd only to bona Ode settief s.
7 FOR ATI f LTK "S.
SPOKANE, Washl. t April 11. The
Inland Empire InterrSchotastic Asso
vUxim was organized todny by the re
presntMtlves of Whitman Academy,
the Cheney and Ellensburg State Nor
mal Si-hools, and the filgh sc hool M
Walla Walla. Lnwtston, iJavenport and
Spokane. The object is to promote in
terest tn oJthtetic events.
A RED LETTER DAY.
, GRAND FORKS. B. C. April 8. Sat.
urday. April 12th Is a red letter day in
the history, of tirand Forks and Re
public. The! occasion will be th formal
owning of the Kettle Valley Railroad
line. . --!-.., : s
Blown to Atoms. I
The vid idea thst the body some
times needs a powerful.' dratatir. purga
tive pill has been exploded; for lr.
King's New Life Pills, which are per
fectly harmless, gently stimulate livrr
and bowels to expel poisonous matter,
cleanse the system and absolutely cure
tonstlpatlon and Sick Headache. Only
2Sc at DR. STONE'S drug stores. s
Brodrick was as&ed if Kitchener . had
been .authorized to oiler any terms of
pease besides an unconditional surren
dr. He replied: :r ; - t
-I am not in a position to make any
t;Uement' regarding the conference
between the Boers."
TROOPS FOR AFRICA-
VANCOUVER. TC C. April 8. The
marhlncrv for the j Canadian Militia
UeMrtment was set' In motion today.
for the enlisting of a, contingent of
soon .'mn for South Africa. The De
partment will have the contingent out-
fittmi. eouii ncd and ready; to SQ on
board steamer In three weeks ,
Ths Thrtist of a Lanes
la scarcely more agonizing than the re
current pains in the abdomen wli'.ch
foIlowUie atingof tmiroper food or
too fpiee lndutgenc in ice-waer. xie
immeate causie of crujnps and colic is
often the distention of the bowels by
gas., i Quick relief follows the use of
Perry Davis' Painkiller. Careful
housekeepers give it the place of honor
In the family tnedictne chest. .
CASTOR 1 A
V Tor Infants and Children,
Th thi Yea Hara Always BcsgM
SHOT HIS WIFE
Awful Deed of a Smelter f mployee
WHILE IN A fIT OF Jf ALOtSY
SUICJDB OF A MINISTER IN
WEISER AS THE RESULT OF
One'of the Detroit Murder's Cleaml Up
by the Confesshin of the Slayer of
Carrie M. Jennet te A SU Louis Ne
gro Hanged Thirty !' Minutes Before
the Reprieve Came.
SALT LAKE CITY; Utah, Apr.ll.
A sitec-ial to the Tribune from' Ana
condaj Monf sars: '
Fred Bauer, an employe of the Wa
shoe Smelter, In a. fit. of jealousy to
night sho lus wife and-then put a bul
let through his own brain. Bauer died.
His wife has little chance 'of recovery.
A Minister Suicides.
Weiser, Idaho, April 11. L. L. Shear
er, ii Presby tcrian minister, committed
suicide' by shooting this morning. He
had 1uer. a sufferer from consumption
for several yws, and became de-iond-cnt.
Confessed the Murder.
Detroit. Mich. April 11. Professor
Jrseph M. MIHer ttday confesses! that
he murdered Crrle M. Jennette, one
of his former pupils, , last Wcdnj-sday
ni&ht, with a small hatchet.
Reprieve Too Late.
St. Louis. April H.-lIenry FlUtchet,
colored, was hanged at Sontlse Iu.Ihv
for the inurdf of Louis Roth, 16 years
old. August 27, l',O0. At ,:4.1 a. in-, 30
"minutes after thei final drop, a telegram
was received by Sheriff Jos. K. Dick
man from ,'.overnr Dlckery, granting
a respite of la days. t
At 11 o'clock last nlKht Circuit Att
torncy Folk telegrapbed trovernor
Dlckery recommending a 10'ilays' re
prieve In order to invctttig!tc more
fully the testimony that Fiulcher act
1 in self-defense. it', message from
Jefferson "ity ii"d that the Governor,
when arouaed ly ,the meawnger stuck
his head out of s-cond-st,ory wjidow
"What's wanted?" The messenger
told him the nature of the. mesvage
arvi he ordered It. put undr the dir.
Ebariff IWckmann concluded that thla
meant no Interference. At S:&0 Sheriff
Dlckmann told ihe condemned boy to
prepare for the march to 'the gallows.
Th next five minutes was socnt-ln
prayer. , When Flutcher had finished,
he turned to a deputy and placed his
arms behind hiiq.
Wll go now," he said quietly anl
tb rot was tied over his elbow.
The boy walked to the gallows with a
steady step and when? asked by the
sheriff if he wnshed to say anytning,
began a speech that lasted thre? min
utes. ' lie declared that toe fired the
fatal shot, but disavowed any inten
tion of murder. His object, be said,
was merely to disarm his assailant.
Flutcher concluded as followa: "'
"Wlthoirt the desire to reflect oa the
mh who sent me to this fate, the
I worst that can txfall a mortal than. I
want to ay that not nhr have I been
prosecuted, but retentlesily i,Tjtecuted
as well. This shameful end So my !Up.
a iK' life, mark ' t h final uiumph
of money over ' Justice.
"The time is paat when anything can
be done. Death la very near to' me,
but before it lays Its band let me say
a: parting word. Khun evil companion
advice that Is just as good for the old
the younfc. Had I done mo thert:
would have leen no fight, no shot-
Ing, no hangman noose.
With . a' sweep of his right hand h
bade the crowd gowuVbye and turned
to the sheriff.. Twenty s'on-ls latet
SherUr Ditkmann sprung the trap.
Flutctier'a neck was broken In the
drop.- After a formal inquest, the body
was turned over to the family.
1 did my duty," said Sheriff IMck-
mann. after the hanging. ( "and I a hi
glad it' over. The death warrant
called on me to execute Flutcher be
tween tne nours oi s in tne morning
and In the afternoon. It was nearly i
15 mfnute after in th
wnen me oron ten. . , f
"Ttic answer t Mr. Folks telegram,
fi the Covernor came to the Four!
Courts at 2:S in the morning. In the,
from of dispach, from the Western
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In Ion ofrir. at Jefferson C'fty.
ed tho telegram, thinking It migli
tain a Reprieve. Jnstead l,t i
the Kyernor noi c-or.e to a w
and when ..fold the nature of t h
sage bad dire t d It to be plsV ci
the door tnl had shut the vi
whhnt tufuYmg .m answer.
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no hope. Mr, Polk, whom lone
nwspaiter men -alld -over: the
trKughl thqt'same, and so tlH th
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flovernor In the orin who had the an
thority, and he L rcSonaibh; fJr-the
whol inehWnt." '
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received and .pened the telgrsrib con
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lished, t V
Kvery dl.-cas. to
whiclt the human!
race is subject la f ii
ly treated in thuVx
New diseases. Treat
ment 'and-'. .Theories'
w.hlch have: ap3ri
within the last '"few
years, and which, are
not even mentioned
in other o-ca!l-t
medical jMKiks. ' are
herein discussed, .and
the t reat nient - and
romedles set . forth;
such a BacterloIuKy.
Appendicitis, 1 Tuber
Venereal end Skin
Diseases, La (Irlppe.
Ner-ous . Dleaec..
etc. j " ;
Treatment and curs
of every discs se of
Men and Women sml
Children. The sim
plest and bet feniic--dles;
w u n d s, S c a I d ;
diseases wJ . '
bruises ahjo for sudden
cause, the symntoini. t He ! Mature, "the
- '7v varice. cnarny, i iii rniiiiiRs, nn
body: eminently. calculated to arouxe th
to a great 'degree .upon the .croixr !i
emotions. " .
; Use of Tobacpo, 8U'(?i)
list or the principal remeitte. iri'lit lniK
vegetable remedies; -.rierrriltf ion of 'cadi;.
how 'to preserve same;'', tludr prep t ration
Treatises in Anatomy, Phyid-ology'iiud Ily-
hnmorajr-Acntllation, Iure and linpiite Air,
Hiainagc; Disinfectants, t ., etc. Pliyalt'.!
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OREGON : . v . ;-' - '
These criebrstcd powders are made from recipe of a noted
Praasiaa Veterinary Sarirroa, and have been thoroughly tcatrd
for the pt IS years in this roaotrr. Composed of pare vrr
etshte retnedirs, are w safe and rare CURE for ME AVO snd ntt mi'-
mertfroi which heaves arise.sarlt MCoOgb, Colds, OlSTEMrEs,
Pink Bye, Episootic, and Ixms of Appetite. As a blood pwnfrrr
they have no rnnsJ. For sale by Wholesale and Ketail In-tor-
rhnt. PiH-e f.o-rnt prr pakspe. Pv majl, OO rent a. Pron
PRUSSIAN REME0Y COM PA Y, I. fktJL, MINN. KaiM Uus oaucr.
w hlf Ti mu suffice If ; jh "'ace - w-rf
Iccpt In a '-glass '.ease.; The face n d
hot water applied lil-ily to It with
'th hand, and generally Ibe e. of
ptji-e. lionTirrttstltig soap will not
rnK W'auli ttftthn are often - an.
alwrmlnatlorC , they are l't s'-l l'iui
free from fmpurltles, affl ..th ."satn's.
statement is true f . .'spnges. Thy ;
aro' U f t lmi-rfc-ctly -'leansed frmtW".
soap that has, b et , lseli stid iare dr l'-d
at Ihf w.liJtawl, when I after every
day u.e they ahoul l.-br w-Hhl; bJ!'d
ami hung In th Mir. I hav f ten o
faces "Hh iiiiill)''.ili6ir, Jlted'. wi'h
bl kfit win and pimple 1ccause'.'-li)."
purities '-froni ' wash cloths and yponK'"'''"
had bejn rubral into the skin to
Infection. By riatifr'm TUxar, If Jh'
fe is oily and filled with fine' b'-v k -heads,
t ho . latter tan b re move, i il
rubbing them with a soft cloth dipjd
In alcohol oi In c'iua'l parts of o--logne
water. Th latter will' -clean""..
Ibe fa1 better than snyt.bing elsie-, wr
ing uim the tkin an a gentle stlrno
int. The contact of -ihe fingers- with
tht face-seema to bave a vivifying ffr
fer t. It Is eay while thu dnxhinx Ihf-.
water In th fa;? to massage it ai 1
bring the tthmnt to the surfacif. - ' ' .
Toba.cc seeda ar- estremely r,mnll
and an ounce of them contains froui
TiKO.'ftt to 40o,)0 Sr-lsv A luge l"r-
centage of tlin however, will not
sprout. ' -tinmriH them are not fertile.
and othrshavt very hard coating
too reslrttant to. moisture. " -
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Igal Clanks at the tst-tesman office.