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THE SEATTLE STAR
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Tolnnhono Plko ISO
ftmrv* So. 1101 ■ • 11.1..1 liriinr
taMtol •< the |<mtu(nr*M Hraiil*. Waittliif
'. n a- «Hi»il<Ull Biikllaf,
Ju4Rlnc from th# •»pr»«»l.>nt mad«
to tha Star toitay by a lame numbrr
of prominent cltlttßS. BoatUt will
rala* a fun.l for » M| cclibratlon on
«hr day »li. t> th* Wa»hiniH-in volun-
i-ra com* horn* from Manila.
Tfctr* mm i.i !>«• but one vole* In
ifir matter. ai.i that i» In tnak* th*
w.li..iii.' rtwrb«rato from Ih* la«
• 4.1. «to th* Olympic*. Th* ntrca
•iijr for • commlttc* to look afirr
th* d«tall* at th* affair 1» tjr*«d) up.
parent. Thcra la non« too much
tiro* ahead tor proper preparation*.
Th* U»»hln»tnn volunterra are
known round th« MM M int.iil
flcbtera. Day after day they hay*
led th* rh«r«>« In th* l»hlllppln««
and have won victory after victory.
Th* Half of Washington may welt l"»
proud of ber voldler*. It la a mat
ter of concratulatloo that over three
hundred of the** men are cttlteni
of Seattle. Their bouwcotntnr will
be mad* a red-letter event In tho
hl.t.-ry of to* city.
The determination of th* American
people to do honor to th* returning
beroea of th. »'hltl|>|.in* war wttl
find expreaslon In many emphatic
forma within ihr n.it few «■■•■• In
Philadelphia tb* omc«n and crew
of the Kalelgh. have Ju«l h<-».1.-.l a
triumphal proceaaton. and have been
|\i.)li of honor at the unveiling of
Oeiteral Omni * n|ur*irun atatu*.
The returning rvgtmenta of volun-
tecr* will nnd an enthu«lastl>- wtl*
com* la la* land of th*tr nativity.
Old veteran, da you recall th* wild
accnea of entbualaxn that cr**t*d
th* blo*-ct>at«d boys marrhlna* horn*
from Dtxl* In tb« *>•' There* so
los to be another aacb hot tiro* when
tb* Waahlnston volunteer* appear
IB tbla city.
i Whether the war In th* rhUlpplne*
maw at once or not. tha volunteers
art coaaitkg borne.
DYNAMITE ON RAILS
Two Atltmpts to Wreck Bur
ST. JOSEPH. M,». April I* — Two
attempt* war* today mad* to de
•troy a Barllnclnn train with Jyna
mtt* near Nodaway, a, amall atatlon
betweea St. Joaeptt and the tow*
line. Stick* of dynamite w*n> In)
on the track and Uu> Denver flyer
was siven a th - k at 4 o'clock th.«
momlas «hat broke all the window*
la th* coaches. Th* Omaha *xprm*
had a similar abxa-k ten minutes af
ter. Burtlnitt ofltciajs went to X••
ttawajr od a «p*<-lal train three hour*
later. They express tb* opinion that
th* work was don* by vandals.
Th»r* la nothtns; to Indicate that
robbery was tb* motive.
Looks Like Murd-r.
■WVTERI>»>. lowa. April » —Th*
body at Mrs. Henry l>emper was
found today In Cedar river alm--at
In th* heart of th* city, Thr- «■«•
man disappeared about (Is weeks
•cow The body was la plain •lent
from a thoruufhfar* o*«r which
hundred* of person* paaa 'tally ft
*■•• supposed label bundle of old
rasa and small boys amused them
selves for days thr>iwlna" stones at It
a» a tarsrt The body was thus dl*
todctd. Th» r»>!lf« bellav* the wo
nun waa murdered.
VTCIEEUNO. W. Va . April 9 —
Th» body of a man. evidently In the
water for sore« tim«. waa pulled
ashore near Mmindwill* today. Ho
waa well dresaed and apparently <M
years old and & feet • Inches In
holirhth. In his elothea was found
• silver watch, in, keys and other
trinket*, but nothing by which ho
could bo Identified. It Is believed ho
1« tho man lost Ml the steamer Vir
ginia aom* two months a«».
E,e Coughed Out.
ALLKNTOHN. l"a . April » — C.
Welsbach was found unconsclmis to
day near the outskirts of ' h ■ city,
where be was waylaid by tramp*,
and last night was beaten In'> In
sensibility, robbed and thrown Into
th« bushes. He was removed to th*
poorhouse, whrre he lies in a critical
condition. When the doctor raise J
hi* eyelids one of Welshmen's eye*
rolled out on his cheek. Tin Is no
due to hi* assailants.
Avalanche of Gravel.
CAKI-TO.V, Minn., April ».—A<
the Kaat Minnesota railway cr.in-l
pit, two mllea east of here, last night
two men were killed by .i cave-In.
fteven others were burled for a
tlma under a hundred feet of gravel
FIND A WAY
Even a Smallpox Quarantine
Did Not Keep Them Apart.
■VHOm tad-, April ■ Frank
Ttobinson and Mi»» Caroline Mumer,
of North Vernon, have demonstrated
that even smallpox cannot cope with
The company had sent MM wedd
ing Invitations to be married at
North Vernon at *:S0 O'clock last
night. Th" smallpox matin its op
l«arance at North Vernon. nn'l It 1*
reported that the bride's fath»r has
the disease. This provr-nted the
■Ml couple from marrying; na an-
MM ■ Thursday morning th«
groom drove to the residence and
stole his Intended brlda from the
house. They started for this city,
where the groom's mother resides.
I l>r. Qn«;n, of the North V«moB
1..11,1 or health ii..1111..1 I'r I. B.
11 111 ii.i. ant »(.|.« »i i.- t uli. 'ii to
" prevent their •tupptaf In th* rlty.
I'r. Mill in. I 111. in .11 they were «-n-
Irrlnji i In- town ami notified thorn
, that Hi. i i mil.l not remain lu-n-, liut
mint return «i .m. tu North Vtf»
< 11..11 They lll'i-l. I on getting in 11
" Hi '.I |i..f..i-.. ■I MIIIIC In 111 II h.iinr.
i 111.1 nnolly Mi- phyalrtan "■lll.tl
> to i mil 11. 11l 10 a! .tn-1 In Iholr
hussy wliili> th* li. v. Mi Cli vniK.r
»!,....! •om« distant-* mmy km.l pro*
- n.mmtM thorn man and wife, lir.
1 Hill hw them lafi ii out of Hi' 1 city.
Corp** on th* Pilot.
, SKI Ml Mla , April »■— Wh*n
;i |..iiwn«.-r train on th« Wtarnnrin
Central railway arrived In Una .11 v
1 about tiaylUcht Una morning llm life
i !>•«» I>.ml> of Tlu-.u1,.!<• llarlpnu, ft
. Weat Menaaha. »■> fuun>l M Hi,
front . ii.l of the engln*. •minx erect
■>» I rovetwl by th* ill.f.r part of a
' t-anlncr mil tho rob*.
' 11. waa .liivliik horn* Hit. l hi* He
waa alru.'k by i mi. Hi. train . i.«
. belni Ignorant of th* n.. i-l<-m.
; MORE TROUBLE
; OVER HONORS
' Credit for Capture of lloilo It
WASHINGTON. April If.—A row
hat broken out t»ivn»n th* army
an>l navy dr|>arlm*n(>v.
' Capl, Wll 1.. V. I N. _• |.r<>trnt.
11*4 ajcalnat the promotion of Colonel
' Millar (a ih<. brlcadltr *;m*ralahl|>.
ma*t*> on th* <ll<-(r<l ground th» t Col.
MllWr a«J»ll*H< Hallo. Th» a»ion
-1 . i»hln« «*.rr<U>n of O»pt. Wild* an I
' friends I* that CM Mill, had ni>(h
--i in* kg 1" with th« taking; .if the -
i Philippine »!riwmh ■! l «;l. • own I
, ; naval r.»r.. «. unl»r hi* personal
command, are credited with tutu
tft. Th* mod Important f*alur« .>(
■ the »!aii-m<-nl I* to the rITr.-l that
i Admiral l*r-w*y lnloi><-a them. The
1 war »nJ navy department* will lake
coa-nlsanc* .f <«!>! Wi. ! | . hare •
Walla Walla ha* a new cornel
i• • •
Pavrnimrl la bavins a butldlns
'• . •
Scarlet ttrtr baa broken out In
• • •
• Tn* W. CT.U. of Cb«n«]P I* brine
. . .
; Calil* h»r«la jrounl r.ur.tll arc
. report*] In. «i»l ronaiUon.
I* * *
; lt»bh»r» 4ru««Ml Jullm Millar In
Bp«kaiM an.l robbed him of 1110.
• • •
Th* l>rmini i*ro*p«<tor ha* Chans*
*■! hand* VI. tor T. Col* I* now
■ It* »!itor.
Au«u«t flmsth committed attleld*
, at Walla Walla .(lot a protracted
I A «avlnr» bank *y*tem la In b« In
. tr<«!u<-*4 to Uk* public achooU at
i Jacob M»<t an Initan* man of
, Mount Vrrnnn. haa b*«B »ml to
.• • •
I Ptv* farm bull.1ln»» w»r« ilaatl
, »1 In Whatcom eountr tfartns th*
: p»»t we*.
.-. - .
i A corot* round up near Walla
I Walla Hundar r-«.ilt- lln tb* kllitit«
of two animal*
> Th» Ppokase Retail Urf«r»r»' •»-
I anrlatlon h»« (Urn Its endorsement
■ to the pure fond law.
i • • •
I John Krrir. f>rmo r ly • r.ew«f.sj<«-r
' man of eastern Washington, died fa
-1 intly In Denver.
I• • •
Hobo* »r. troubling Mount Ver»
I non. an.l the town marshal I* kept
' busy looking after them.
• • •
A telegraph office h«» been estsb*
I!»h<--1 at Marcus, on the Columbia
rlv*r. near th» Boundary line.
.•t ' i •
, i lloth Anacortee and Kalrhav»n are
I claiming- tho Mir flab cannery that
, la to bo built thin summer.
• • •
California robMns are * i! 1 to havt
, mined field* of youna* pea» In What
. com county by pullln* up th* ibootn.
• • •
[ Th» Walla Walla H«Ut»sm«n la
re*pon*lble for the statement thai
strawberries »re getting tip* In that
• • •
Clinton naldwln. postmaster and
. merchant at IJtlle Hork. In Thura
• too county, ii. i Wednesday, aged
, thirty-five years.
• • •
A n«-w tupplr of toughs In Wallula
> are making It hot about the 0 It
I * N. drpot. c»vfr«l paawncera
I 1 have >•••■:• Mti up durlnc the pslt
I few days.
,» a •
l Kloorlx are OMMrtMMi on the up
per Columbia, and the p*or/l* ther*
f*ar hlch wat«r «lmllar to that of
MM. whin th'iunan'lii of dnllari
. worth of properly were dntrojr»d.
' • , • •
' Wh**lm#n of Cnoliomlah county
' irr> tallnir. of bulMlns a blrycle path
from flnnhnmloh to Monroe. H»v
--1 era] hundred dollari have been tub*
' (crlbed toward the project.
• • •
We have a few iMfH Indiana near
t'.ivn. li la a mranK" thins: that
t'n' Ham provides ■ place for th<*»«
prople, and then i<t» (ban prowl
' about urn.ill towns, where they cet
whisky at will If reservation agent
Khi«kv m will. If r»«orvatlon
airents were (it for the positions they
■ hold. It mlieht itlve a different c.m.
pli Klon to the case.—Caaco News-ne
c ' Instructions have been luaued
, from the Treasury department dl-
I fiiim- th.it the revenue cutters
Hear, Iluah nnd « i« in. now at Hun
Pranr-lsco. proceed to fleattlc anil
await Instructions prior to drpartlns;
• on a rrulse In Alaskan w»tri<p< The
t MeColln ii which Is now nt Mare
t Inland, will not return la Manila as
- was previously BB4erstood, but will
. -ill for Prattle "ii June 1. At thin
• port sho will take on the K;iiii. ink'i
t commission, which Is to determine
- the boundary line between Alaska
• and liiitlrii Columbia.
I Th» cutter Orntit Is now lirlnK
t ovorhaulile «n the Qit.irtrrmaMrr
, harbor dry dock In preparation for
. tho northern '-mint.
Advising Thorn to Laava tha
U. S. Sorwicu.
Furnish the Toplo for a Oablnat
Dltcuislnn — Dcicrlbed at
SeJltlon, Net Tr*«ao*.
WABIIINOTQ.V, April »-There
It no present int.mi. that the ad
ministration will pruuwute or pun.
leh any Individual for treason or se
Oaa Oils cabled that he h . l Inter
cepted a.into teleitrama which he re
garded .1- conducive to Inciting mu
tiny and sedition among th« vulun
This was casually dl-*u«»«-'l at the
last cabinet meeting. After exchang
ing views It waa decldrd that den.
Otis be, requested to forward all the
communicatlona la the l*rra|dent.
The idea was not advanced that this
should form a baala far pnwrcutlnn.
but the politicians In the rablne felt
that the printing of 111. " telrgrama
would offset the advantage It waa
thought the senders tntendm] to ob
tain. Hut It was sußseotirntly n.i,
muted that this very publicity might
be ivnatru.'i-l as an effort to curb
free speech and action, thus destroy
ing any beneficial results.
There I* little probability that any
steps will be taken when 111* Inform
ation I* the possession of dni.nl
i >ila l« rwfiifrl Many of Hi l<-l-
cram* can only b» ron»truv4 an ml
*I" >r>\ On* of th«m la lo lb» Tenth
lVnn»>iv«ni» «-liintr< mil I* un
•lenrd. II «imi ly coatalm tb« ihr.,
Dhl ".!!.t ban "
Th» word '-lr»»«oq" h«vlnc b»»
uawl lo .li-.<rli»« III* cabinet .!!•■ u»
■ion ef the c*bl**r*m from "•..•n^rnl
(Ml affurdxl all In* p«rll< ip«ii-• an
opportunity <) •tnphatlrally -I" in
thai ihi« particular ih-ii><- had nut
b**n under .ll»--u««l"n. Th« «V ";«n«
tlon und«r whl'h th» aiil.;. ■• t •a*
.ti«<-u«»»'l *M ••■ iin<m.
Tb* liv vn ardltlon r«ad* a* fol
")',\tty prrton who Indie*, ha« on
foot, aotat* or • >«*««• In *ny r*b#l
lion or ln»urr*cilan ■#»>'••' "' «u
--(aorlljr of the fnli<-l »•<*'••• >r th«
law* thereof, ahall I* i-un:>t. I by
lm»-rt««itimni not mor» than t*n
)».»m. or by • f)»« o( not murt than
|l«*M. or by both ot aurh •■"■•>
iiwnta. an4 ahall. i»en-'»»r be io
rapabte .1* boldln* any oOlea unl.r
tlic L'nlt*4 KUt**. 1*
KitUd by a Train.
I>IIIL.At>KI.PIIIA April tt~A
•horklny mrti\rr\i rau«<l In* death
•r Harry llaCKIDan, ihu .fi»<.i.»m.
after an hour of tarrtbl* »utr»rtn*.
II- »•• rrua»ln« ln« Hratllnir rail
war track* at front ar.« (lrr«n
*trr«ta wb*n h* wa* (truck by a
freight train and thrown under ih.
wbvtl*. Th* train tv atopp^l a*
y£ / \
The Star invites communica. \
/ tionn from it- reader* upon the
/ heM way In celebrate the home*
/ commit of the Washington Volun
Shnll there he music, flrc%vorka
ami other accessories "' a big
' time? Writedown your opinion-.
A\ - and send the MinK to The Star for
— \ __
i • y y _ ir
•oon as po»»lbl*. but th. mainTTSvly
rouM not be found, altbouch thrre
were spot! of blood alon« the track,
rinalir * mwD wa* heard, and
tiaduntn «■• dMrovcn I wrapiwd
• round th» alls or • (■ leh! car.
ll* waa removed, and an eiamlna
tion showed Hi*' b* bad suffered
four frarlurm and a crushed hand
•nit foot. beside* Internal Injurtoa.
Children Want to Marry
WAHIII.VOTO.V. Ini.. April It —
Orett* Lovtalt. the adopted daugh
ter of a well-known farmer, and
John M«rl«lt. *en of another farmer,
but were r*fu*«d on account of their
youth. The r'rl I* thirteen and th*
wouldbe l-rll' «' " seventeen. Ac-
rompanled by a constable, they
•tart>><l |.i drl*» In Vlncenne*. and.
If nec«*tary. they will ( ■• to llHnola.
The parent* and Kuardian» art will*
In* tor the chUdren to marry.
Oil and Gas Struck.
KIIiNKV. (X. April »—A «u»her
'oil ami «a« well wiia ilruck In Van
llurrn townahlp la't nlKhl The «■»•
and oil cam* up with MX d force and
an suddenly that It wan l«n it. I '••
fora lh* f(r»» In t»h boiler could »v"
put out. The derrick, loola and
thoutanda of cnll>>n* of oil were ron
■umod. William Sherman, one of th*
men. narrowly eacaped with ii" life.
11.- «vi aerloualy burned. Th* well
open* up a new field, I- i.c located
murh further aoulh than any new
A Fashion That Is Going Out
WABIIINOTON, April 20. — Th*
city will not allow even a m< mt>«r
of th* Iloune of n*pre*entatlvea to
utllli* hi* front yard foi th* pur*
poM of drying freihly waaheil linen.
When Representative. Joa. D. Show
alter, of l'ennaylv»nla came to Con
area*, h>- rented a home for hlmaelf
and family at 101« Rait Capitol atree
and family at 1016 Baal Capitol
ulr-i'l. a rather fashionable ai-rtlon
of th* city. The first VlondHy morn
|nK Mr. Hhowalter occupied the hnur«
th* front yard preMnted an array of
linen of all kinds and charaetera. mil
the neighbor! looked on In i urprlM,
mortification and imiirmrnl. Ii
wn» an Innovation to which th*
ifiiinl people of that acctlon were not
accuttomed, but after a few »■■• k>
Tin: SEATTLE staii.
siime of tin- in inhiii,i N. r hi t» !>>•
tlvve that ih" plan oi uilllaliiK frmu
yiirda as a prop*.* iil.n •• to dlaplay
r.iinliy liin ii wna prrhnpa a ti«*
1 i>ii. hi, .tni they forlhwlth pr.i
--• .-•■ 1.-.1 |n ropy .ifh i- tils I'enWiyt"
II >v«a rrnt lulls' Ijpfnre the fi.uil
v.inN nt a ii-it. ii or niiirtt Capitol 1111 l
famlllßS wan bcilßikod with Hi.lit,
airy and sutttcrstlve r"""" 1' "'
overy charactiT and daaerlptton,
«hi. h 1... I hcmt"fure linen ai'i'Ua
liiitird lo 1m put nut in dry I'l the
rear yarda. 11 MOD I'.'Kllli to havn
ttie ap|«arance uf a roluny nf wunh>
■ ■rniuiii-M. and the mure t'lrrumapwt
and prudtsh nt'lihUors entrrnl n
limit ami vt«iiroua protMt at the
■I. "■■■i.ilii'ii <if the popular Street.
Kffurta to have a stup put to iii- 1 Ha
!■ in 1.1 kin lly anil nrlelitiruiy TV
questa .iv.iii< ■! iiiiiri* and nt a la«t
resort the iibjprtura appealed tti ll>«
district rummlsaUmer*. Tlio rlty
fathers have rarefutly ahd prayer
fully i-niialdere I the protests, with
the i. -..iii that the pall depart
merit has Juat Im-cii nalldrd that the
congressman and his vi. tiitioii. must
tie required lo •.•;!•■■ ilrylna; rluthrw
' In front yards.
Mr. Mhowalter's rluthts ■ drying
Iroubh • i.- ill the fart that the
Chancellor to the German ' .'..tlon
gut Info the aame predicament a few
years ago. He then lived In a fash
ionable section, and It was the cus
'lll at his servants to place a week's
wash In 11. frmit yard lo dry. Tina
shocked the finer sensibilities of hi*
wealthy and aristocratic neighbors,
and the dlatrlct rammisalouors were
• ■«il<-.| upon to 1 hi a stup to the »•■
--calad outrage. The Chancellor pro
tested to the ialun*>ra thai he
had the light to use hla front yar<!
for the purpose of drying clothea or
for any other purpose, » > Ions; aa no
one waa personally Injured. ll*
further claimed that the order to
rease dryina; elothea at the place
named was against laws and usages
accorded to members of foreign le
gation. The protest of the Chan
cellor availed not. and he waa forced
to haw hi* wash strung out In l.la
TO BUILD FURNACES
The Cambria Company It
Preparing to Do So.
JOHNSTOWN. li April S».— Th* r
Cambria Iron company has decid
ed on the erection In Ihla •Ity of the
largest furnac# ever built In lh«
fi.li"! Hi !»•••■ In short. It la au
thoritatively announced two of thrm
will be lar«»r than any heretofore
constructed, while th* thirl will not
b* much smaller, but will '•• util
ised In a d!fter*nt class of work.
Report* from lh« head>|Uarters Of
the company In Philadelphia, which
are without qurstlon of a reliable ,
nature, at* l>> •!»• e««»l thai Mm
trrl»t>.n of th» mmpany t« erwl the
adilltlonal plants «a* arrived at only
a few days ago. and that the h*ads
of th* department* here have brrn
' notified that work will begin during
the comlnjr summer. The capacity I
of earn of ■»>• two Ml plant* will
bo SM ton* a day. while that of the
third furnarw will probably be 1«»
Johnstown | < <\ !•• will hardly reai
lt» )ii«i how near the rlty came to
I -«!i c the prospective plant*. When
th* matter »..« fliat cunridered the
Intention waa to locate the new fur
nacea aomevrhere nt\ the lakes, and
llil" wrmld probably have been (lone
had not Influential Juhnntown penpl«
•.•.i»' l from the Pennsylvania
X ii!r .i l company a cnn«-*»*ion <>n
frelcht ratra which enable* the Cam
bria company to compete with th»
laritr mill* In the neighborhood of
TO JAIL IN BLANKETS
Toledo Woman Fought Offi
cials Enrouto to Cell.
TOLKDO, f>., April 19.—Cnn»table
Marry <*h«>rry today aerverl th» war
rant rtiarßlna; Marie Cirotte Wlliion
nlla* Mrs. nurriiushn. »lih perjury,
but found It nprceimry to break hi*
way Into her home, nwcar In half a
donen new^pnjx-r men an <l*putl«t«,
and carry the woman, rind only In
a ilr-iiMnir iinvn. In blnnkrt* to th«
Mr*. HurrouKh* and Mm. \Vll«.n
a few dny* m<i brnuxht >urt •Rnlnm
id.- city of Toledo 'I other* ii«kln>t
■ liinuiK'« to the amnunt of t-:,n.n.Ni
for all»»i"l ml»»trrntm<'nt. Tli» «nr
rnnt charfc-InK Mm. Iturroushit with
porjur*. nllrßfil to havr> l»«-fn coin
milted nt .i trlnl In « iii. h "ii wait
•ulna; |T.'lnin. ill .ill/. in..l which
wa» derlclrd ilnal her, mi" not
served lieforo, becauie »h<' Ml In
<^on««talble Cherry vv i■ rrfiiaed «d
--mlttnnre to the houm nt which Ik*
wa* Mopping, nnd, nfn r lirrnklnft In
M Ni.it>' I. found ii"l woman In bed.
Hhe r.HUi. .1 iitt.'Ki Ind touch I like
a demon until |il.ircl In a • ■ ii.
Maid by tho Machine.
JAMESTOWN, April 29— Mini Ac
n< « Pold nit't with n pTUllar ncrl
dent yenterdny. Whllo ahe wna op*
eratlnK B m'Wlnt in i. him Hi.' ti.■»•<! I>
penetrali-fl hrr nnuiT. It bent M It
■truck tin i■■•!" ■>>' i •i ■ i ■ in ntlj lock
ed Hi.- tmirhlnc
Hhe ill .tl..n.' nnd II wna more
than nn boat l>. for* her -ills for ri!»
nlatanco attractpil nttcntlon. When
nailManrn arrival la " m Impowlbla
to turn Hi" mm him- an m 1., rclrano
iii. prlaoner. v marliinlut and a
phynlclnn WtffJ aint for,
The matfiln* hmi to i«> taken apart
1,. !'• . th« iinfnrttiniitil victim of the
accident cuuld Ua released.
-^—ANOTHER STARTLING -^
MAYO THE Worker —
—, .; -
Removes a Tape Worm Over Sixty Feet
in Length in Less Than
Mr«. A. W. Fhrl.k. residing at Wf HHltllllM attended Mayo a Free L**-lure tor l.adl«s Only at
Armory 11*11 Friday, and was so favorably Impressed with what oho h«-ard. '*••■'• she derided to lake ad- v
vantage of MAYO KItKU CONHUI/TATION at U*o Occidental lluiel, and call on him. An examination
Kit msdn. and It waa found that th« lady waa troubled with Tape W rm. Bhe waa given «n« do** of the
Mayo nmi .1|..» at 1:11 B. 111 . and at • o'clock Mrs. BwM tut:..-4 from tn-r home with a minuter I araslte
.■vi-r co tmt in length.
Mrs. Khrl.k will be pleased 1.. 1.-II her . i [.. rl. n> i- to any on* who may wlih to call un i ec« her.
Another link In the chain of proof. Non-belleverg are now forced to admit that the MAYO ItKJf.
i:l'IW are all that I* claimed for thorn. Cripples are made lv walk before » commlltp* t-f your moat
prominent nltlaom Kvery demonstration haa been made In public, and there l» u« <hanc«. no nred far
deeepllojt. QUACK DOCTOR! carry a supply of Tap* Worm* purchased In the East. Thvse worma
are "placed" at the proper time, and the patient >• i.-i to bWlev* that i,< haa b«n relieved. In Introducing
(he MAYO mMI! .1 l.t«. there la no necessity for FRAUD TIMH n-medlce have stood test of yesra.
Thep have, been used and applied right In your midst, day af er day. and the suffering public ar*
at U«l turced (.. admit that MAYO and hla KKMMXKH ar* Justly BMMftJ the WONUUIUi.
• •••••if .JLjljL X. KJr••••••
will give another miCE UtiTl'llK at AItMOHY HAM, TtWIOIIT. ami the t.-atirm.ny of roar mott
prominent cltlsrns will b* rlvrn In person. It. •■! of the miracles performed Thursday night. Call OB
the people who were ■■ <• •ftii.ii-i. and bo convinced that the Mayo Ileme<Uea> not only effect a cure, but
a permanent rure. Attend the t«rctur<» tonight and «■■«■ fur yourself.
Mr An«ii* M,K.n.:i residing «' -'°- l|u; Mroadway, a gentleman alxty-flve yean of age, and for years
a sufferer from Übeumatlam.
He ram* upon the atag* in a pitiable condition, an4 people wrr* hrard to aay: "Ha will
__ ' never cure him." Mr. M«K»-rraJ rould not raise hla arm above his wal.t without suffering
(T^ the moat eicruclatlng pain. The attendants wire rornprlled to remove la clothing, and It
t* ff was nlm.wt imimaslble for him la li« «n hl> sM» lone rii"<<iich '■ !>•• treated. In thirty mm
IJr^^ Utra Mr M.'K.tr*! «•• OllipfiOili to nn I hlmavlf al.l. (• wave bla «rm» above hta hp«<l. the
gvYfjnk tull iiM. i.f hie Urn"* having tmn reetored. It. !r*-«af«1 hlrn*«-lf without imy aaelatance
KCA ki^Di "hatevpr ■ test he mi 1-mi utial<;. to accomplish for many months past, un I went ttutna th«
Bf^''rMk happiest man In Keattle. | '[-'■
UA£mBB fall on him " *'" '" I•'«-«»•»*-1 t<> verify thr above.
Vilu^B Mr ' Jacob Kuhti ■■' No 411 Ka>tl*k« avenue, haa f..r ■ lorn: tlm« Htltrrr4 with Ith»um»t-
L^mSn^W '*m *" """ '*» """ he ''"'■' "' bend !l<* n«Tht lr« at all 11,.. km. waa l--rrlt.il> km-. IN-n and
wjjjnm h1" hi It" '• pain lo endure. In « f<-w momenta afn-r h<- had been treated, he aal.l he could
|T.hH9 feel that he waa b*lnc relieved, and In « quarter of an hour ha wu auk. tto stand up and
f^^^Brßß lKn' '•'* •**• II" .111 *'■ an-1 'm'"1"-1 (hat It «n lh' "nit l.ni. In man) month* be had
gfW\JM <l'>n« ••• Aftrr hla r»iurn In th- »tair» he »ti a»k«-1 l<» run up and down th<- hall. He Old
KJffcJ*J •;. at a ral« that •ur|irUc<l many a y»\inr*T ruin and r» u ».-4 hi* frl.-n<!a who »rr* : r««. Nt
tfl jjßr lv wonder If It «rrr<- truf Mr Kuhn la wtlllnc >" run a footrace with any man who will .all
HI Kf at hi* r< •ll<-nr« ! to te« him.
W|M| Mr •' « Hn>wn Hv. am K-.iith Park, on Oran't »lr.-< I. ju»t lh<- i.!h>-r side nt the bridge.
JUfnf III* Shoulder «n In a frightful r.tilitl-n t«-in«; an »»r- an<] awoll.-n that he m«M harily Ixar
a£*-ar jjr - to have It tourhed. Ills waa the worst case which MM offered for free treatment, and con
siderable Mm* was required to show an Improvement, 1. 111 Mr. llrown left the h«Ji al»u»
• w»n>|i-r ful cbasce. On* more application .if the dectric Kluld will naka him a, new Duo.
Men Only— Mysteries of Sex ExDlamefl.
At th« r»«i"'«l of a *;r<-*t many men. MAYO has kindly consented to repeat hi* !«WTriti: yi>}i MF*V /
OXI.Y at AHUOItY IIAI.U HU.VDAY ArTEItN«X)N. AT 1 O-CWICK. and no Man who desires Mr
fart health should ml«- this opportunity lo bear and learn. It la the duty of every Father and every
Kon to hear this L.KCTVIIK. U'ltb the aid of special charts and manikins. Mayo will make thla 1,. tu
aa Instructive, and tnteresUnr aa poa«|ble. and It must be beard to be appreciated, every old Man. iw
Mlldle^Aced Mao. Bvery V un« Man will have MOO* to thank th. I>octors for the plain unvarniahid
f». t« which are to l» lntruduc#d. This la th« chanc* of a lifetime, andsaoutd nut b« m!«..-i ' ~u.aa«i
for the l-:-m -ft.-.- who were unable to take advanuar* of UATO'I PRKE CONHII TAXI, iv ik
om--ea at the OCCIDENTAL IHTei, will remain open until 19 oil. SUNDAY NIOIIT an r.r.
au(t«rer, no matter what your ailment may be. should not fall !• consult th« DOCTORS who ha»« p«^
(ortned sorh mlracl»«. , * per*
• BKIKMIIKR. U»e Kl'.ll: CO.VHUiyrATION will continue for only 10 day* tourer and no nutter h»
discouraged you may be. you should not fall 10 tak« advantage of this unusual opportunity. m""rr aow
/Minor atu *round that the leader had shown I nil DPI 11 >l r\
unuuL ui.ni ii
The Tragic Suicide of H. Gar
colon at Alamoda.
Al,\Mi:i< A. April t»— BMM »><■
fancied he would bay* i.> undergo
a •ur«l>»l operation and dreaded th*
ordeal. i....- ii«n.l..n. formerly a
bookkeeper in th*> wnploy of I>-vi
Htrau«* and company, blew out hl»
bralo* yesterday afternoon with a
U-4-alibvr Coll'a revolver of ancUnt
Oarcelon had been llvtmr with hl»
widowed mother at ISM Railroad av
enue. ll* had lonr complained of
kidney mi and about threw
monlhaairo i«vi' up hi* position on
nn-i.unt <>t hi* ■llmt ni. I>r» Htaff
■ r 1 and K.yr. who hi.l !■<•< n attend
ii « him. tHumi him thai hi* alck
n- «« was not s*rtou», and he ln*i«tel
that he would d!t •inlra* an opera
'lion wa» performed, which the phy
sicians declared waa qutl* unn<---».
CJarcelon'a mother left him In th*
house about 3 o'clock yesterday af-
I rn"n whll* «h« wrnt to »MI a
nclnhhnr. Bh* returned at 4 o'clock
to nil I <ht houa* mi' 1 with mntiki".
She .!■ t.-.ie-l it;.- smell of luirm 1
powder and at on. Imagined In ■
wort H.i.t'-nln* to J.«t-|«h M»rUI".
. a neighbor, irhe told him of her fear*
and Marlilo rushed to the h..ii»<- and
found Oarcelon lylnir "■> hi» bed with
the clothing saturated with blood.
There iv » taping wound In the
head which told plainly or the cause
if death. Thru chamlierit of th* re
volver were rmply. but only one of
the »hot* fired took effect. One went
thrniiKh the f>!<]- of the building and
another cut it wire hut.Unit a pic
Hire, dropping It on th* bed In m 1.
the «ulclde. \. .
Will Co to Alaska.
I'M I I.A >ri.l'HT A. April -n»v
.l;im.-« Wt.ll.iflon Kirk, who fnr
(•••vi nli'ni ye»ra ha* been pn«t.>r of
Hi.' • rIMKI"M Avenue I'rrabyter-
Inn church. I(ii«lii>i.hikM. h»a n
>|lli'»lr'l hla cu|lirri-l;illl"'ll ti> join
with him In a»kln* tIM prMibytpry.
which mi <■(• on Til. «ii:iv In <•■<
|mnn town, to h«vo hl» pwtnraJ to
iiti.ii" "I'll I hi- church dlsanlveil.
ll»r. Kirk rtoalrea to ii' ' '•!'< an M
[Hilntmrnt from the Hoard of Home
MlMlona, to to to Knxln City, on
ih.- Yukon river, Ain»k.i. 100 mll«»
hpynml Dawion City, to Inaiißurata
mlmilon work In that <Il*trlrt. Mi<
Kirk ■ 111 i ciinii'.iny hrr huatian lon
Chorry Sister* Defeated
i iHH M< •! KM, lowa. April 29.—
Tin- three Chrrry alitcra, who nlv»
.1 MktW that la ao bail tint It
amount* to a kooil thlnic. have hern
Ir.vlim to recover |»r| iiuma of
mmipy from the Dm Molnra ln<mli r
horuuan the paper rppiintnl an 111
ticle from the Odobolt Chronl< i-. a
little country paper, maklnK fun of
' their allow.
.lu-lr.i 1 Chnrtpi A. Blthop, li.fi.ro
whi>m Iho rim wan trli*«l, declilnl
ngalnat tho i-ldi'r Ilstl i. \ 11.- .
whuso caae vai tried lint, on tin-
**%' ....,,..•>- m ii | iiimiiik hip mt lit if.
Addle wanted to make a speech
when the derision waa announced,
but the court suppressed her, and
.she and her two sister* withdrew In
a huff. Th« other sisters -aill prob
ably go one with their cam*.
Too Much Politic*.
| ZANKHvn.J.i:. ii. April ».—John
UrOrath. district organizer nt the
American Federation of taabor, an
nounced last nljtht that he had ten
dered hi* resignation to President
nompera, lit explained his action
"I am oppoawl to politics In tabor
organisation*, and «h<- tendency of
the American federation la tn ml*
in politic* to a drirre* that I* harm
ful la the cause of labor. I hive al- j
so adhered la the policy of brinKln*
about as far as possible harmonious
relations between members of labor
organisations and their employer*.
"The powers that are opi*>»ed to
that policy and mix.l objections, so
concluded to itet out."
Charm Didn't Work.
Ni:\V Vi'UK, April ».— Minn r>era
£n*land. 24. committe>l culctde ye«
terday in Newark. N. J. She had a
quarrel with her («rr»lti«ut and !•
veloped melAncholla. The x- rvlri*a
of a "divine healer" were secured.
Th<" srirl last Tues>lay attempted to
hurl herself from a balcony. Tea
lerday she swallowed parla preen
»n.l the "healer" was again sent for.
Th* prayer* were unsuccessful and
Up) frlrl wa» taken la the Newark
city hospital, where she died.
Blown to Atoms.
lIRAnrOKD. Pa.. April !».—Win.
I' Hurdlek, on* of the oldest torpedo
men In the oil country, was blown
to atoma at one o'clock thla after
noon. Mr Iturdlck was nt work at
his m>ini'n« In Rutherford Hol
low, when the explosion occurred.
A boiler house ami two aheds near
by were wrecked by the explosion.
An "Old Mall*' «*"liv i nt Inn" was
held nt Klkli.iit. In I , recently.
Have You Noticed —^
Those Dapper Looking
Ultra Swell Built
Business Suits About Town ?
Every One of Tim From Here
Not rVluioh Money Either
$12.80, $15.00, $16.50
Serges, Worsteds, Cheviots and novel homespun effect?, M
up-to-date cut to them, combined with durable workmanship,
makes them unquestionable values. Let's lit one to you the
very next time you're in need of I Business Suit.
"Beit and Bi«R'->»t" In tha Stoto
J. REDELSHEIMER & go.
800-802 Flnl Avc, Cor. Columbia.
* Posse of CJtlzen* From
X«ni» Is After Him.
» «U in, April ».-«heriff Hoi.
• -lay, with « p.**. of ctuena. pa*a*,t
throu«h thl* pu,-^ this morning In
PU«ult of Mai Weat. who 1. aald
to have fled with liii>« , fMt|( , Kroe
man. • bri»ht young K irl of Alia
Vest went to AHaraoat and ma*,
rl«l a. respectable u<jy. with whom
be lived until recently. Luring thin
time Ml** Krojrman «■■ rmi.lovcl
a* a domestic In the family. The (ttrl
went to 11.-.-, h. r City, and about ten
days «*■> Wift appeared at th* urn«
place. t.-lllnsr her. II la *al<l. that
her father had turn. I from \r.
kansaa and he had come after her.
Thry l»>:ir.|.-.t a train and since then
no trace has 1- .11 foand of them un
til yesterday, when they were 1.-at
ed near hen?. Th.- authorities were
notified and they wern ween today
near Orrhardville, eipht mile» south.
They were m-ikinr the trip afoot,
asklnfr tot assistance ilnnic the way.
There la no explanation offered fur
Wtlt'l action, IT] deserted hla «If
and little baby, only seven we«ka
■M « la MM he will receive a warm
reception when he returna to Alta
Pulpit to Poultry Farm.
PinrPExantTßo. p»., April •» —
The announcement that It. v H. 12.
llllm-iitii.'iii had resigned aa pastor
of the First Prv*byterlan Church, of
Alexandria. N. J., to ,n.;n«-<. in tfco
poultry business, hns created jut
prise here. Air Hlbachman war.
formerly pastor of the ReformM
church at Nowburu. this county,
which he left to go Into the Tres
by i lan church.
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Denver has & doathrate at V M, !,.-*
Angctei of 1116, ■m Kranclsco of