Weekly Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1900-1924, November 27, 1903, Page 3, Image 3

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CUBAN BILL
SIDETRACKED
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Senate Sent Newlands Resolu
tion to a Committee
FOR ANNEXATION OF CUBA
Day ;Was Then Devoted
Debate Upon the Two
Questions .
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C'ARJIACK : SAID GENERAL TARIFF
REVISION WAS NECESSAUY.: TO
GIVE DESIRED RELIEF, XKW
1.ANDK HPoKKON RE.SOIAJTION.
HALE DKPRECATKD IT. 5
WASHINGTON, Xov. 2""". The Sen
ate Unlay compb-ted the appointment
t,f the wniQittfpji for the Fifly-elghth
Cotgrew, adopted u motion provl ling
for a reeona'deration vote by which
the Newlands' joint resolution' for the
annexation sof 'ulu was referred (o n
committee and made the 'Cuban r-ci-prm-lty
'bill unfinished business.'
The first speech on the merits of the
fulian bill was made . by C'armack
l-'n.' Tfimifsr, who opposed tin
bill and said iillrific I"!h than n gen
eral tariff rf vision J wouM Klve the re-.li-f
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There wu.i further debate between
Hale Utep. Maine.: T ller UV-m.1 Col
orado, ami Newland oi the Newlands
resolution. In whiw h Newlainb further
outlined hi vit-w ' atnd Hale deprecausi
all agitation on the; subject. Teller de
clared Culw w.is.in no sense a de
pendency of the United States. The
Senate adjourned Until 1'ild.ty.
He Ridiculed Chamberlain.
InIoi. Now 25.! l-rl ltoeberry
jpkt to iei jmhw the fLw-al'ques-tlon
:it Surrey Theitt-r tonight. Wil
li.! in J. I'.rv.ui whs in Ihe audience. 1
There were W.CKjO nnplicsi lions for
ti kets,' the ,isue of which had to , be
imitel to the capacity of the theater.
!nl jltost berry afterwartl addressel
I.wa .-.f1j.v- itAilnv At tt H met
Jriifs he ws Riven; an enthusiastic re
ception arid mII throuith his speeches
h was heartily theered. His brd
ship s remarks were for U tos: art
berlain and hi ptjlhy.
ACCIDENT TO FERRY
PANIAVERTED ON OLD SAU
SAIJTt COOLNESS OF
OFFICERS. .
"KAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 25. The
ferry boat Sausivlito. -which went
iiRround on Artffel iwlaiwl last niK'ht. was
tbMitcd tfT thij aftfrnoon. The S.iUHa
lito struck in dense ton, vhi h biank
eted th bay last; nisht. She ran
(whore m the rtnks on the sojthwest
Hide of the fet.imi. Mar Fort McDowell.
There were abnit; 100 iitsseng-rs on
lioard at tle time, but luckily no fatal
ity HcurreI. The steamer ran her
1mw against the wall of a sheer preci
pice about fifty . fet in height.
A ;aulc n board was preveiitej by
the t'otduess of the officers, whose ac
tions calmed the fe-ars of the friRht--ned
iasetiser. The steamer was
found to be hard; and fast on the
rocks, her how smashed ami torn. It
was 9:1.".. and the rmssenners retnainetl
,m board until taken oft by the ferry
lKat Cafctdero. hch was telegraphed
for from Fort Mvlny11. and -ame to
the assistance of the stranded steamer.
' wasTgrand success
MASQUERADE It ALL AT PRAT CM
LAST NIC.HT WAS LAROELY
L ATTENli:i.
(Front iWednesdays Daily.) '
The in.t.iuer:ide ball gjven by Chas.
Jtice anI John Davenport, at Pratum,.
last ntirht. wa Krand suce-ss in
every sense of.th word. There were
. .a.t Liree nunt-
l,er being present from Sale.n. FiMir
piUes. were awarded, one for the bst
Hustalned gentleman character being
ivon by R Lutty. representing a
srn-en chantry boj. and the successful
lady wa won by Miss Eppa. Sapping
lleld. In the role of a poo-corn elrl.
... . , in Nushtum ana
Ktlna Hamilton, of Salem, dressed as
Indians, were awnrded toe honors.
LOOKING FOR DISCOVERY
stkamhr Rr6ii cnuia BEli-
JUNO SKA FOR THE WRECK
ED STEAMER.
' SEATTLE. AVn, Nov. f3-1?
steamer Rush is , now searching for
new. of the wrecked steamer Discov
ery, believed to have been WJ"
irhfln the F.ush gets
back to Sitka, which ought to be In
few days, some .definite; news may be
expected.-
. Is a Long Tow.
cattle. Nov. . ' 25 The disabled
staimship eteor will probably reacu
this port in tow the tu Tyee fton
Dutih Harbor during"the first reek ot
Dec.mbeiJ. The Tyee-will brins the
disabttnl essel by way ft an insid?
pas--sage, a distance of SCT miles.
I ,aJl,m-0,t JnHUf remedy for disease, of the Throat and
Lun,. known and med the world over for almost a century?'
ctt rr from your. caucasT.
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COURT AT CORVALLIVS.
OORVALLIS, Or Not. 25. District
court commenced here Mondav.
Judge Benson, of ; the Sixth district,
presiding in the i absence of Judge
Hamilton, who is traveling in the East
for the benefit of his -wife health.
The thirty-two -eases on the docket re
laainly civil suits, there be in,- hut two
appeals from ' the i city police urt.
One is the City ysl Mary Smith, for
Riving liquor to minors, and the other
the City vs. Jake Blum berg, junk
dealer, for maintaining a nuisance
within the city limits. The only charge
to be brought before the grand Jury is
that against R. Maimer for assault
and battery on the,', person of Reuben
KJifer of tola city.: The case before
the court yesterday was that of Jams
Lewis vs. Polk "County Bank, for dam
ages, arising out of a former teplevin
suit by the bank. The trial is Ixfoie
a Jury. .... . .!
NO EXCUSE
I FOR CRIME
Coroner's Jury Investigates
! "T.... r. J.- A !- I- KT
ua&cuy a i nusu, near .
Lakeview
PROSKCUTINO ATTORNEY SEEMS
j INpIFKERirxT jAItOCT IIOLDIXtl
JJAItRY TO ANSWER THE OCX
j -WIKUJEU HEARS A HAD REI'LV
i TATION. 1 - .' "i
j IKEVIIAV, Or.. Nov. 2.-,. At the
inquest held over the rmains of Tim
Ahernflast night. : the coroner's jury
agreed ujifm a verdict to the effect that
Ahern caine to hisi death by a gunshot
wound, inf!icteI by a pistol in the
hands xtt Phil R;rry. The evidence
produced indicated that the shooting
jfaa- not justified and without doubt
Ihi.-s community wfll noon have a rour
tr trial on the hourdfl. ' ' :
1 Owiut; to the feet that the roads are
trm-My and 4iXinst impassable, details
f the killlfiB of Ahefn have been hard
get the crime! having: been com-
mi tt;d ul'lufth, ii small jlac;i, forty
mius iiortheft of Lakeview ami across
the Warner ranjre. of mountains. The
acta as stated at the inquest, however,
lire that about, f o'clock oh the after -iwoa
of November 22 Phil Barry, aged
1H years, son of. WV K. Barry, of Lake
county, , shot Tint. Ahern with . a 44
iealiber pistol, the ball passing througrh
tlie jwk and lo.lKing in the vertebra.
Ife died about 11 o'clock the same
V:njnir. Young Barry came to Lake
vtew'and the sheriff took him in charge
thugh up to th It time no one haa pre
ferred any charges against him.
Coroner Harris left for 'the scene of
the shooting Monday morning, accom
panied by E. M. Brattain, attorney for
the defendant. District Attorney Conn
being absent, no one represented the
state. Coroner Harris : returned with
the body to Lakeview.
According to the best report. Ahern
was riding- a horse belonging to Barry
after some stock and got Into a pot
hole in the Warner valley and drowned
the horse, for which young Barry be
gan ; to abuse him, Barry being on ,a
horse and Ahern on foot, about thirty
feet away. Barry had been drinking
and drew his pistol and fired the fatal
shot. Young Itarry is also Said to have
f threatened se-eral other persons with
a gun that day, ? even going so far as
to point It at hem. John Cogburn,
who lately settled on unsurveyed land
In Warner valley, was forcibly eject
ed therefrom by young Barry, and his
father was at the time of the shooting
In Lakeview trying to get out a war
rant for Barry's arrest, both for poiut
ing pin at him and making threats.
Deputy District Attorney George Nkk
fcisofi declined to issue the warrant.
; It is rumored that the father of .the
murderer told the boy to kill Aherti
when he ; heard of hi drowning the
i 1
horse, s So far alt persons in a fosltion gestion that physicians, while not ac
id know any of the facts are extremely tually practicing euthanasia, do some
reticent, even so much so that it has times accelerate a death to shorten a
occasioned considerable comment, and suffering that can have but one postd
1 he result of the inquest was awaited bte end. The doctors knew all that
with great interest. j Mr. Wright told them," says this
Ahern was popular young man. ' writer, -and. had they teen In ronft
about 2 years rid. He had two broth- dential mood.Jhey migBt have told him
era here, hutone lately returned to that though they neither desire nor
Ireland and" another is at present in claim the right j to bestow a Vhappy
Siin Frmcisco. The latter has not,k' In-case -wherw.thelr Jupgment
been liearj'from uf present " lurable-fer others lo eon-
time. Mrs. Barry, mother of the tnur-
derer. Is ld to be dangerously III at
sheep camn with tmeumonla. Dis- t
trict Attorney Conn Is expected to ar
rive from The Dalles on tomorrow's i
stage.
There is more Catarrh In this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the List .few
yesfs was supposed to be Incurable, j
For a ' great t many years doctors pro- ,'
-. t 1 Ati ss s nA e i
nounce " J,,
scrlbed local, remedies, and Jy con-
stanUr falling to cure with local re at-
ment pronounced It Incurable. Science
has proven catarrh fo be a constitu
tional disease, and. therefore, requires
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constnuiis-nar - l7"",c,'u. "p ,
tsrrn v-urr, -
ii e v-
: to, joieuW, iu " I'i
tinnal cure on the markeL It
is taken internally In doses from 19
drops to a teaspoonful. , It acts directly
on the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. They offer one hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure.
Send for circulars - and testimonials.
Address,. , .
i F. J. CHENEY it CO, Toledo, O.
Sold by drusslsts.. 5c. '
tHall's Family Pills are the best.
Isa! Blanks, Statesman Job OrTice.
CO0GE2
PATCHED UP j
PEACEFULLY
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Slight Wisunderstanding Over
the Settlement of Strike
COMPANY NOT NOTIFIED
And Operated .Branch Lines
of Railway With Non
union Men
ANNOCNCEMENT THAT CARS
.WOULD , RUN , UNDER POLICE
PROTECTION TODAY CHANGED
AND OLD MEN ORDERED TO RE
TURN TO Dt'TY. . -
f'HICAGO. Nov, 23. Although the
settlement vt the strike of the em
ployes f the Chicago City Railway
V mpany was deciued uiam at 1 : 20
o'clock this inondng. the only cars op
erated today were "manned by non
union crews and .the same conditions
that have prevailed since the inaugura
tion of the strike a week ; ago -last
Thursday, i ' :
For some unexplained reason the
m.fiatcment of the Chicago City Rail
way was not officially notified until to
night that the strike had been declared
off. The company continued to operate
Its rare all day under police protection
on the Ave branch lines that had been
opened for traffic since the inaugura
tion of the strike, and at 5 o'clock to
night arrangements were made for the
cars to run tomorrow guarded by the
poli-e. Tonight, however, tae iKlic-
were notified that their services' would
be required no longer, as word had
leen received that the strike had been
declared off. ,. ;
" The trainmen bave been ordered to
return for duty at 4 o'clock tomorrow
morning. , The electric linemen, fire-J
men o-nd , engineers, cable splicera and
coal te;rmsters returned to work to
night and. tomorrow the. road w ill bs
oierated under normal conditions. ;"
-CIVILIZED" MURDER.
At the annual banquet of the New
York State- edical Association a Uni
tarian clergyman of the name -of
Wright advanced a theory which prob
ably did not startle the medical men
as much as it has startled other peo
ple who have read'the reports of his
remarks. In bnf. Mr. Wright pro
poses thai when a person is suffering
from a painful and incurable malady,
when life means only a continuation
cf suffering with no hope of relief sa.e
by death, a physician should give the
patient a deadly dose of some drug
and lessen the anguish of friends and
relatives who are compelled to watch
his "agonies While unable to do any
thing to tnitieate them.
! The theory Is not a new one it has
been discussed in, all ages by all sorts
of people. It was put into practice by
the ancient Spartans, who went ov?n
further and killed all deformed or de-
dective children. Euthanasia, las thi
theory has been calietl, meaning an
easy and painless death ' has much to
; commend it when Considered In the
I Abstract; but. when, It comes to appli
cation in the individual case the prop
osition assumes a very different as
pect. The Brooklyn Eagle, comment
ing on. Rev. Mr. Wright's proposition,
says that snot long ago an eminent
lawyer of New Haven wrote with sig
nal ability, oij roan's 'right to a natu
ral deal h. a pamphlet which put for
ward In more extended form th
theory that Inspired Mr. Wright'a
speech. Mr, Wright acknowledges thit
euthanasia is still a dream. It will
never be anything else in civilized com
munities. J ;
But now' comes a writer In the New
York, Times with the grewsome wig-
nn "r me- 'fl f "
fact, they; not infrequently mitigate
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life to any considerable extent. That
is as far as any doctor wants to go.
and It is rather more -than he wants t
procNim from! the housetops or ever
from his place at an sbc!atl-n div.
ner.' TV rererend scntlefTtm Incau
tiously butted into a chamber where
mystery- and sHence. are most ; becom
ing. He was lucky to get out of it as
easily as he did. Perhaps he Isn't en-
yet,W he Is still .to hear
-: ontregatlon on the ,ubject
inf ..uib-MsiA- V i
But more than that, the imputation
that they : sometimes practice a mild
jform of murder has stirred up th pby
skians, and many indignant pro-
teats are forthcoming. The truth prob
ably is that rorne physicians do that
very thing, and t that others, rarticu
larly those who have had: religious
training, do not iractice.or counten
ance anything of the kind. ,
The bronze atatue- of Cecil Rhodes,
w hlch was recently completed at Ful
ham, England, for rtipment to" Sauth
Africa. Is one of 'the largest ever cat
in England. ( It is fourteen feet Tilgh
and weighs more thanfive tons.
SHOULD BE
CARED FOR
Alaskan Eskimos Are In
Destitute Condition :
at
GENL..FREDERICK FUNSTON
Reports Upon His Investiga
tion to the Department of
the Interior "
SAYS THE DEPARTMENT SHOULD
TAKE r THEM : UNDER! CONTROL
AND STOP THEIR AIMLESS WAN
DERING 9 TO MINING : TOWNS
AND WHITE f S ETTLE II E NT f?.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 23. Brigadier
General Frederick Funston has sub
mitted his report reviewing the resu'ts
of the investigation of the reyrts of
destitution among the natives of Al
aska. Jdr. Inston says his investi
gation was: made in the summer sea
son and that. 'as the destitution com
plained of occurs in the; winter, the
data he obtained, were, mostly i from
conversation with' traders, missionaries
and miners. , . ,
lie reports,' although there have oc
curred isolated cases o , destitution
among-most of- the- tribes,' it Is only
among the Alaskan Eskimos that it is
frequent, among whom, he says, here
is now a. certain amount of destitution
and occasional starvation.
He re-ornrnends " that : they be put
under control of the Department jot the
Interior .and their aimless wanderings
and visits to the, mining towns axid all
settlements of Whites be prevent-!.
' : For Public Library. ' ,r
"Walla "Walla. Wn, Nov. ?. Andrew
f'arnegie has offered $23,000 for a. free
public library in Walla Walla, If the
city ' will constrlbute $2300 annually!
xmd provide it suitable site. 'Tiio offer
will probably be acceptej; i
MEETING WITH SUCCESS
LEWISBCRG pEBATING AND LIT
ERARY SOCIETY AN -INTERESTING
FACTOR. . F
(From "Wednesday's Daily.)
The Debating ami Literary Society,
recently . Organized at this place, is'
meeting' with ' hc.trty suiport. The
question for'next time. """Resolved that
the'Indians 'have 'suffertHl niore severe
treatment nV' the hands of the whL
race than th" ncgrrM-s." bids- fair, to
be interesting Friday, night. ' Both sides
havegcoJ 5Ui)ort.
Captain Howard is back on the mail
route again.' His genial face is' u
Tleasing addition W our numberj. He
expects to move up In the spring.
A baby girl of the regulation slse
made its advent in the home, of '-Mr.
and Tdrs. Charles Heater on Saturday
morning, November 21.
Arthur. Barlows and 'Pat" Gibsosi
have taken a f.rip to,' California." . .
Mr. ' Archibald has purchased a fine
organ from an; Eastern firm.
Mr. Oispn sold his hops last week
for 18V events. He, lost several hun
dred dollars by holding them for be
ter prices, as he was offered 23'i cents
directly after picking1. , :
The smell of "Thanksgiving turkey
Is In the air.- Several families here are
going to eeleiyaje and the ;rest of the
neighborhood ,1s going- ei df'infr
with them.
, Lewisburg. November 25. 1903. '
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK
ING
When you take Grove's Tasteless CKill
Tonic, because the formula 'Is plainly
printed on every;bott!e showing that it
is simply iron and quinine in a taste
less form. No cure, no pay. , :
DIAMONDS OVERLOOKED
HOME OF FRANK PARKER. AT
ASTORIA, ;Bl'RGLARrZED
LITTI: STOLEN.
ASTORIA. Or., Nov. 25. The resi
dence of Frank L Parker. On Fifteenth
street, was burglarized during the early
part of Monday evening,' .while he and
his wi'e were t the thefiter, and the
house, was', unoccupied." The thief ef
fectel an entrai-e through a rear win
dow -and ransacked every cfoset and
drawer In each rooirii as well as throw
ing clothing ou'the ftottr and trampling
on it- ' ,
As far as known the thief ' secured
only $3 in cash, but' there was an
dent belief ' thnt ' some valuahies h;d
been concealed about tle bouse, and
this belief was justified, as Mrs. Park
er had concealed in an old shoe, just
before going to the thetiter. her dia
monds, valued at over tloO". ,T1h -lice
believe that the burclar had full
knowledge of this tct and was In
sean h of the snarklers.
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, 6o different games ail new
one ia eaCh package ,o '
ydiSllSoffifoci;
at your Grocer.
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GOOD ACTIONS.
A DUTY WOMEN OWE THETIS EL VES-
Coorl - artion3 soealc louder than
words," so too, does' the testimony of
many tnousanus oi women uurinif a uuro
of a century speak louder thaa mere
claims not . packed by a guarantee of
some kind.. That is the reason why the
proprietors of" tr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription are willing to offer $500 re
ward for women who cannot be cvfred.
Such a remarkable offer is founded on
the long record of cures of the diseases
and weaknesses peculiar to women. If
there is an invalid woman, suffering from
female weakness, prolapsus, or falling of
womb, or from leucorrhea who has used
pr. lHerce's Favorite Prescription with
out complete success, the undersigned
froprietors and makers of that world
amed medicine would like to hear from
such person and it will be to her advan
tage to write them as they offer, in per
fect good faith, a reward of f 500 for any
case of the above maladies which they can
not cure, No other medicine for wom
an's ills is possessed of the unparalleled
curative properties that would warrant
its makers in making such an offer.
The Sisters of theTGood Shepherd, at
their convent, "Our Lady of the Woods."
Carthage, Ohio, -use a great deal of Dr.
Pierce's medicines; they say,-in a recent
letter to Dr. Pierce: "We beg to assure
toii, of the great benefit these medicines
give our ailiag on. We cannot sufficiently
recommend their excellence."
WILL POUNCE
UPON PANAMA
In -Case General Reyes Is Un
; r successful In Mission
TO THE UNITED STATES
Colombian Government Ord
ers Army Footing Raised
to 100,000 Men
THE SUBJUGATION OF PANAMA IS
REASON GIVEN BY GOVERN
MENT CARTAGENA AND SA VA
NILLA PORTS ARE CLOSED TO
VESSELS FROM COIXN.
t6l)N, Nov. 23. The correspondent
j of the Associated Press today receied
a telegram from Bogota dated Novem
ber 21, saying that the ov-.i?niment
had issued orders to raise the aimy
footing to 100,000 men in the etnt
Gnernl Reyes, mission to Washing
ton should prove fruitless. - Tlie t b
hjgntion of I'anam;i "is given as '.the
reason for the government's action.
: Protests Are Unheeded. -;"A "
Colon. Nov. 23. The Italian steamer
Venezuela, which arrived, here today
fi-om Savanilla confirms the statement
to the fffect that Cartagena nnd Sava
nilla are closed to steamers Ryfiig to
or coming from CIon. The lirotests
ttl iiie iit-ikii ctu:uiJ Mini 11 ' " j
agents are sun unneetiea.
Pan Francisco, Nov. 25. Acting Col
lectors Hamilton received a telegram
to-lay from the Secretary of the TreasW
ury Instrw ting him to formally retog- .
nine Tlamon Arias Ferand, Jr i,s the
consular representative of the new
Republic of Panama at this port.
TQ FORCE SETTLEMENT
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COM
PANY WILL FIGHT FOR
. LUMIJER TRADE.
SEATTLE. Yn Nov, 23. Little
hope of the settlement of the fight
j between the Pacific Coast Ste-a-ttship
- Company and the steam schoon-rs in
the lumber carrying -'trade Is .enter-
tained by the officials of Jhe former
! company. The steamship - company
nas maae arrangements ror securing
? all th? lumber required to enter, into
a bard fight for the control of the Cal-
. if ornla lumber trade. A fleet of steam
schooners will be put on the; run and
j tne company believes it can Tore a
settlenwtit on Its own terms. .
DEATH OF RESPECTED. FARMER.
.north Yamhill; or.. Nov. 25.
Joseph Petch, a well known and , Rre-
spected citiasn, died at his tome about
three miles west of this place,' W ?d-
Tresdajf morning, of heart disease, Mr,
jterment was in the Pike "cemetsry, at !
it o ciock this morning. -
3CkKCti 4roat. 60 years of hge and feared that 4hei hark ARlex.u5dre, and
an old resident bre. He leaves a wife crw of thfrty-liiree wrs lost in a hur-
and two sisters to mourn"hhsr loss. 'In-f Hcane 'Saturday last". - The Alexandre
' An experience which
mny women hsve wns re
lated by -Ml- Agues Meb
Lmg, of U Kat Juth St.,
N. V.. fUo: "I bad
irrr puur bcolth f-r a yar
nat'il life looked drk muti
dicary, t me. Hd bead
aoLcf. backscbe, s.lo pain,
mv siceu wss broken sod
fitful. I longed for beslth.
Trietl several medicines but
none were of say lasting
benefit j until I took Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion. I soon reslUeC that
I had found the right rem
edy. It helped nature to
tii row off the poisons that
saturated the system, re
moved all wains and
strengthened the digestive
organs, - and brought the
rmes of health back to my
cheeks. This medicine if
taken occasionally keeps
the system in perfect con
d U ion, helping it to throw
off the disease and conse-
Suences of exposure to
ampness. I am pleased
to give it my endorsement."
The anxious mother
often is worried and sick.
The doctor's visits are
expensive At such times
she is invited to write Dr.
R, V. Pierce, founder of
the Invalids' Ifotel at
Buffalo, N. Y., and receive
medical advice free.
. " My baby came the latter
part of October, ana is s
fine boy; weight a boat nine pounds," writes
Mrs. Annie H. Hagermsn, of York, Pa.,
(West Philadelphia St., Klberton). "Am
sure he would not be what he is had it not
been for your 'Favorite Prescription.' He
is really a very strong child. 1 have been
feeling fine since taking your medicine.
Have not the pain around ray heart, and
nerves have been a great deal better. Uter
ine trouble was much better all the time
I was taking your medicine. I cannot
recommend it too highly. Have told my
friends abont it. and one of them said she
wss going to write to you at once. I took
twelve bottles before baby was born and
two afterward."
"I cannot praise your medicine highly
enough." writes Mrs. Jennie Hippeuhamer.
of Kustertown, Indiana. "I began taking
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and took
it steadily for six months. I was not once
sick at stomach, never vomited once. Took
the 'Favorite Prescription' three times a
day and when in severe pain took an extra
pain. I felt pleasant all the time and did 1 something that is as
not get nervous as I used to. When my j god as Dr. Pierce'
baby girl came lat August she was healthy. Golden Medical Dis
She is now eleven months old. Am thirty- covery, just tell him,
eight years old and never got through o "There's nothing just
easily in all my life, Why should women wood He mav
I am able to do anite a washimr and ironinr
which I could not da for eight years before."
$3,000 FOMTJT will be paid in law-
iui money ot me
Unite.1 States, by the officers - of the
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
if they cannot show the original signa
ture of each individual volunteering the
testimonials herewith and also of the
writers of every testimonial among the
thousands which they are constantly pub
lishing, thus proving their genuineness
and the superiority of these medicines.
REPORT NOT
CONFIRMED
Russian Government Has No
News of Any V arlike
Activities
NO HITCH IN NEGOTIATIONS AT
TOKIO SO FAR REPORTED
SAYS ihsPATCHES ARE SENT
OUT FOR EFFECT IN ENGLAND
AND THE UNITED HTATES.
ST. PETERSnURG, Nov. 23. The
Russian government has no official
confirmation of the Toklo report, sent
to the semi-official agency, saying Jap
anese warships had been dispatched to
prevent the Russian War vessels Cxar
ovitch and Rayan from reaching Port
Arthur. The government says the. lat
est advices Indicate no hitch In tre
negotiations at Tokio. The Rtrssran
forelgn office intimates the dispatches
concerning the wavlike activity of p.ina
are sent out for effect In Enrtaud and
the United States.
-Keeping Eye on Thsm.
Washington. Nov. 25. President
Roosevelt and Secretary If.-.y are giv
ing watchful heed to the.vceiu devel
opments In the situation in the far
East. It is said today the subject was
discussed briefly at a cabinet meeting
yesterday.
Ten thousand demons gnawing away
at one's vitals couldn't be much worse
than the tortures of itching piles. , Yet
there's a cure. iDoan' Ointment never
fails
SOLDIERS COMMIT MURDER
SEATTLE. Wiu Nov. 24. James
Sullivan, a well known citixen of UaL
" as ay v a a a r
wrd. was beaten to death in a saloon J
the town yesterday,
a drunken fight wltii
He got into
two' soldiers
from Foit Lawton.
In the mele? Sul-
(iron ... .Uhlfnlt. Kulu, ,IlK' m
club. 110 was carried from the saloort
unconscious and died soon afterward.
The soldiers made their escape. Go
far the polio have not learned tha
names o? the murderers.
Stspptd Against a Hot Stove.
A child of Mrs. Geo. T. I5enson when
getting his usual Saturday night bath,
stepped back against a hot stove which
burned him severely- The child was
In great agony and his mother could do
nothing to pacify him. Remembering
that she had a bottle of Chamberlain's
I pain Balm In the bouse, she thought
(she would try It.. In less than half an
hour after applying It the child was
quiet and asleep. and In less than two
weeks was well. Mrs. Benson la a well
known resident of Kellar. Va. Pain
Balm Is an antiseptic liniment and es
pecially valuable - for burns. --uts,
bruises and sprains- For sale by Dan
J. Fry, druggist, Salem. Oregon. .
Fsar Shs Is Lost. I
Dunkirk. ItTtdAc. -Nov;- tsU-HtU
left Dunkirk .for Shields on November
jlSth.
The reason Dr. Pierce; lave:;- 1
scriptioa net uch e . '
snd strength builder for rtm-w. a v
is because it fits the need ci tLe i
arfly organism. It is not s " fttLl s
icloe " iu the common view ci tbt t
Tor Dr. R. V. Pierce, many td . .
used this prescriptioa in bis lr? j
rice in nil those case where tu
! tatienu were run-down, servouj t: t
fering from considerable pain it t
periods, due to irregularity or &Ut
the female organs. It i not like r
ot the so-called tonics advertised t
days, because it does not dejn 1 1 ,
alcohol or any narcotic for its et.et t. I .
is TOtrely vegetable ta its cccrj vi. . . .
and without alcohol.
OCX Si ECO D.
The record of work well done ii j t:
haps more convincing than srgucic Lt.
"In regard to my health," mt Mrs. A. I '.
McCresry, of Owtanaula, Ga., "Uu I
wrote to you in Julv toao, was brd a
to do my work. .Was troubled w!:h
heart beating too fast sad breast 1 -o
1 conld not breathe eaaily. as
nervous at times that 1 did not know y ;
to do. Got two bottles of Dr. Tierce's I
o rite Prescription and one vial of I
"Pleasant Pellets' and have hardly tr
troubled since. Have recommended 1 .
Pierce's medicines to my friends and sd v ..
them to try the same."
"I consulted you in August lat (f: ." :
months ago) about my case, and you luc
ray be art felt thanks for your advice." wjii-
Miss B. Home, of S08 Scott Street. Erie. U
"As soon as your reply was received I cow
menced taking yonr 'Favorite Prcts:-
tion, lor lemate weaaneaa ana giaci uu v
les. and now I am well. Have not felt n
well ih years as I do now, after Ukjr? -x
bottles of each kind of medicine. Am gain
ing every day and almost cured. At"
longer pale aud sallow. Am recotuuieii-i-fng
Dr. Pierce's wonderful medicine every
where,"
When the Drug-
j gist says he has
' because be hopes
to uiake a better
profit but Ins own
mixtures have not
stood the test of long
experince and suc
cess as have Doctor Pierce's tueuki;
Tii e Con m on Seme Midual Adt-i t,
iooS pajfts, im aper covers, i$ semi f t i
oh receipt of u one-rent stamps ta
expense of tu&ilinr omv. Addrtzs aVn
A I'. PUrre, Buffalo, V. y,
ALTOGETHER
ON DEFENSIVD
C!l,!mmAn . fsin
Deci:
JTilaIUUUUUd Ut " LlvWi
Over Gardner at End cf
Twenty Rounds
FIGHT WAS VERY TAME : AFFAIR
AND SPEtrTATORS ' WERE NOT
PLEASED FITZSIMMONK TOO
()LD TO FIGHT HARD, HUT OUT
CLASSED GARDNER.
PAN; FRANCISCO, Nov, 23. D b
Fitxsimmons proved tonight . that 1
was not a dead one when he ' out-boxfd
and put-genera lied George Gardner f r
twenty full rounds. While PlIaMni
mons could avoid ' punishment frora
Gardner, he could hot knock his op
ponent out, although be landed a num
ber of vicious blows. "Froin his ror-
formance tonight, Gardner Is not i n
the Fitxsimmons class. He landed 01
the old timer once in a while, but C.
blows were harmless. t
Several times Fitxsimmons app;irei.t
ly had Gardner almost out. but he w.i-.
iither too tired or "lacked hi t !
' strength and could not land th kinn ...
' out punch. FitzsUnmons was v r
i skillful in blocking and dodging
In clinches and breakaways h- v.
j " iui. i ne ngm aia not 1 '
the spectators and the men were i. -quently
hissed when they, w?nt tV r
a rou nd wit hout apiw re n 1 1 y iryii , ; i
fight.
Referee Eddie Oraney, nt the r;
of the enn test, said It was th v,
fight he ever saw. ; He was fon !
give the decision to Fltxslmmr.ns 1
cause the latter scored knock .!
. , .
XrT nl, T'"''1''. ,n
rfcl . ,'','' "' -p
mi.1 claiiwd th. rcsikin tie df 1
TJ T'T. ,nai T"' '
-""- "I ""ill mm t,.na
In the fontest. It Was either for i
reason or because Fltssimmori c .
to act mainly on the . defetmive
the fight was not finished lon 1..
the twer.ty rounds aere over.
I Gardner's eye was cut tu-n tu . l
nose knocked askew, whil- I I
mons bled a little at the timii-.h.
yond that there was to S )!:
either man. Gardner demon ti
did not have a hard punch ia i
Fltzsimons several times stoo-i v.
guard down and allowed G,u J,
poke him In the nose so he i
In and land. There were or .
flashes when Fitzslmmons of ti, ,
times appeared. But It was r :
a moment. He seemed to tire .
and after a short, vicious ruh, "c ,i
which he would land on Ciardm-r
take the, fight out of. him, Y
lapse Into the defensive and rt
Ing the remainder of, the rouna.
J. M. Barrie derives an Iiko
more than $35,000 a year from i
ties on his plays, all of which
been phenomenally succe-t. f !, !
GreatBrltain and In Arnr!
commenced the work of .lr ;
his novels in 185", and la r
to be the richest author In t :
Kingdom.
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