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THE CM If 11 NEVADA CflaUCI, CAMF9F Condrti" That Nlfft. I'T-AIT- Rl'NliAY. EEIJREARY , been inta tor in tha camp of the T McArdle. who ha ii SctvH. f!'. w iwaaha. and hta pt made andftU carrying "man- with a era silver vaina - EL than U , flORRIJ are 9 PRINCE 'JOAH Malarial Frver far Several Meat ha. Mra. Boa M. Morris, 2H4 Suffered Hith LaGrlppe. die-tanc- e Mrs. IT. A. 8. M srsb,S131 Reservoir St., Ixms Angeles, al., President Womans Renevolmt Association, writes : I an fibred with fa grippe tor seven weeks, asd nothing 1 could do or take helped m until 1 tried Pcroaa. Hon. C. C. Broriha, Mayor of Banbury, Ohio, also Attorney for Farmers' Ifeltaionre that 1 had at last seBank and Hunbury Building and Loan Co., writes : cured tha right medicine and I kept Within three "I have tha utmost eonlldenoe In tha virtue of Pernna. It la a great modi steadily Improving. eine. I have used it and I have knows many of my friend who have ub . week I was fully restored, and I am J tained beaetkial results from Ita me. I cannot praise Peruaa too highly." I glad that gave that truly groat remedy a trial. MONDAY th Entertainment Cystitis Entirely Relieves. in Mias Mattie MeArthar, care of Hos- tha pital, Medical Lake, Wash., writes i 1 have not written to yon for some time, but. Oh, I have given yon many words of praise. I am so well. I had CjratIUe very badly and could not walk any dlatanea without suffering Intease gala, hut I do aot have a touch ot my old suffering mow. Iran never praise Peruna enough. I am tolling every one how much good Peruna has dona fur Tabernacle. The following excellent program ha been prepared for the popular choir and organ recital in tbe Tabernacle next Monday night, Feb. 4th. at S:16 -- p. m.. 1. Tannhaueer Overture," (Wagner), Mr. John J. McClellan. 1 Chorus, laillaby," (Arnold R. Mote), Tabernacle Choir, Mr. Joseph Ballaatyne, director. I. (a) Berceuae," (Kinder); (b) "Spring Song," (ManJelaaohn); (ei, Old Melody arranged by performer. Catarrh of Head aad Throat Mrs. William H. Hinrhliffe.20 MyrUe writes : street, Beverly, "1 have taken four bottlaa of Parana, and I can uy that it has dona me a' great deal of good for catarrh of the bead and throat. I recommend Pernna to all sufferers with catarrh. I do not think I ever felt much hotter. I am really surprised at th work I ran do. I do not think too mock praise can he said of Peruaa." will never be without it again." Used for Bronchitis. Mr. Frank Battle, Jr., First street, near Charlotte Are, West Nashville, Tenn., writes: "I desire to uy for tha benefit of others that your Peruna haa unquestionably cured me of rbronle bronchitis. It la tha grandest discovery of th age for throat aad lungs. Peruna Is not simply a palliative te relieve some of of the distressing symptoms, It brings permanent relief. X Pe-ru-- Patterson Rt Nashville, Tenn, write Last fall a severe at lark of malarial fever laid me up for eunte month, hly condition was serious for a time and tbeducior who waa attending me did not teem aide to rope with the trouble. "A neighltor advised me to let the dorters prescription alone and try Peruaa, extolling its virtue to the skies, and 1 am now ready to do the same, for In three days I waa much better and In ton days I waa able to be up and lu (wo weeks every Uses of malaria had left my system. "1 now uk reruns off and on whan la need of a tonic aad It braces me up wonderfully." "The Doctors Gave Ms lip. Mr.Lawis Kitchen, Hullngton, Ohio, writes: I cannot thank you enough for th good your Pernna has dona me. About six months ago I could mot teavo my hod, and tbs dorters gave aw up saying that I had consumption and eould not live. Than a friend recommended Parana to ma, aad 1 commenced using Ik "When I started to nee your Parana I weighed 117 pounds, and now 1 walgh 172 pounds. 1 bad been skk for too turn years, and waa so ah-- 1 . 1 eouldthnotnse of over In bed when began Pernna. I think It to the greatest medicine of Us time. I am now feeling well and hearty aad would aot bo without Peruaa." k Weak amt Servo ua. Mr.Charles Brown, RogorsvlUe.Tonn, writes: I feel it my duty to write you a few word in praise of your Peruna. 1 have tried many different remedies, but have found that Parana to the greatest tools on earl h, and a perfer t system builder. A friend advised me to take Furuaa for Indigestion, and It eared me In a short time. 1 was vrry week and nervous, could sleep bnt little at night, I Hit Peruna cured that tired, albgoao foaling, and made me feel lik a aew man, ao X heartily recommend It to all who are weak and run down, Peruaa m ill give mew life sad energy. I cannot apeak too highly of Peruna, aad will not forget to recommend It oa every hand. I will answer any letter from those desiring to know what Pernna has dons for me." Systemic Catarrh. Miss Maris Leaser, RV W. Kith street, Chicago, 111, writes: "X am glad to give a good word for Peruna, and 1 hope that all who see this who are troubled with systemkee. tsrrk as 1 waa for years, will profit by it. 1 had tried many remedies, bnt none did more than girs me temporary relief and some did not even do that. X took Parana at the angger Uoa of a friend and waa more than pleaded and surprised al tha results. I am now perfectly wed . ead strong." ear-prise- d . wtasp Mr. McClellan. (Toa-tl)- . Soprano Solo, Good-Bye,-" Xiat Myrtle Ballinger. I "Prelude and SidHano" (from Cavallarria Ruiticana) Mnacagnl, Mr. 4. Victim and Chief Actors in McClellan. God la Our I. Chorna, Refuge," (From 46 Plain), Buck Taberaace Choir. (a), "Toccata" (6th Organ Wldor; (b), Oommnnlon in O. Final Duett," (Batista) ; (c), from "Tristan and laelde," (Wagner), T. A few doses of Parana la tha beginning of th cold would hava eared mouths of suffering, as well as great expense for treatment. Pernna Is a reliable relief for cold. Almost everybody know this. Instead of trying to dislodge or kill soma Imaginary germ, if Parana was need at the proper time its tonic proper-itir- a and qualities would soon convince the patient that ha haa found tha right remedy. A multitude of letters nr received testifying to this fact. Keep Parana ia tha ioiw, Use it whenever cold or climatic affections assail, and sickness in tha household will become greatly lessened, if not entirely prevented. Catarrh af the Stamach. Mr. Christian Hofmann, K. F.'D. 1, Hlatlngton, Pa write: For many yrara I suffered with ot the atoatacb. Iwasoougblng day and night. After having tried three doctors and many remedies, on of your almanacs cams to my hand, and I bought aome Peruna. Bo far I hava taken afx bottles, and I have not suffered with catarrh this summer. I am cured aud peruna did lb 1 give Pernna to my children when they feel had and yon should see how healthy they are.1 Nose, Throat and Stomach. Mr. Delbert B. Craft, Lovell, lad, writes: "For a long time J suffered with chronic catarrk ot tbe ease, throat aad stomach. 1 would continually take cold and my stomach waa ia bad condition. I truly suffered untold misery. I took various medicines and tried th treatment of several physicians, but I felt no better. A friend advised mo to take Pernna. I wrote to Dr. liartmaa, who prescribed treatment. As soon as I commenced to Uk Peruna X was at the relief it gave nw. I kept oa taking it nntil I had taken thirteen tot-tie- s and was cured. anti-catarrh- KA1ANIANA0LE pretty goad aaauranra that the Oregon Short Line win build down Into our action from Twin fiCla, a dlatance of about alxty miles The over a natural valley grade. Southern Pacific can reach camp ju.t ai anally and In paaalbly a lcaa and, with the development that will be done during the pivaent year, e feel confident that ana or both roada will reach out for th buainaaa Iniarvated la the Butte la already camp and la, I think, certain to bo eo during the year. Salt have valuable properties, and the eaat le making Investigation right now that should bring capital Into the country. Program of these day almost every ailment te supposed to be censed by disease germs. Th medical profeaetea as wall as th people, seem to have gone mad over th germ theory of disease. Tha universal fear and dread of die. note germs Is becoming m very serious matter to tha welfare and happiaaa of tha people. Dr. liartmaa haa consistently contended through all the rise and spread of the germ theory, that most diseases ore caused by climaiic influences. For instance, catching cold to responof th ilia sible for more than one-hato which human beings era anbjaot. Dealer of neglected Colds. A person catches cold easily, thinks nothing about it, neglects Jr, when it finally become rattled ia aome organ of th body, and ckronte disease Is the result. 1Wll able terme. We have CONCERT can cheerfully recommend your Peruna as a very effective remedy for coughs, colds and catarrhal trouble. vn gold. The It rrie. to 7 or per cent True Cause of Disease. lf copper, and the day la coming. I am confident whan then great dykes, aome of them 1 900 feat wtda, Mn, with the flaaurp la then, be mined in their oatliety. jaat M H li proposed mine the porphyrlea of Ely. Two or thwo emnpanlea have ahafU down to deptha aPPrailmatlng 200 feet, white aumarona taala and open cut comhave dlaclosed ore hodlae of good ledgea of mercial value and many high grade hare been encountered, a well A number of mining engineer. rep recanting big men bare been in the dlatrlct during the puat few month and, If their etatementa are t- he believed, every one of them will moat favorreport to their client in X Prince Junah Kalanianawlo, Dewey Hotel, D. C., Delegate to Congraa from f Hawaii, write: Waliingkn, conoec-JLIin- tta PE-RU-N- A. . pfo organised a compwy or twj tETwill ia.ure a lively campaign oI in the dlatrlct during the talent year, gpcto te pull out for Jta dltfinaa agalu la a day or two. -U'ebellrte That we have a our a iremendoualy big iTELr JrodtKmr. li Mr. McArdte S25rtay Uterneoo. The dlatrlct dtr ievaa name from the tact that It iLatalna a great contact lode between . that makes in the Jwm ahereaahoe. Tha heel, of tha blTbow are about alee mile, apart iS to the point where the bend eala at the other end. the dlatanea Either aide la about twonty mllea. Th. ar bow la flanked by lime, STinBldeareore.Uirahlte. Running the granite from one arm ot .aTcaiitact to tfca other aft numerou Sirf PphPnr. 7 1!m7. 3. GRATEFUL MENWVOMEN PRAISE th Qavs H OMDEX. EXAMINER: SIOKNINV, Madison Square Garden Tragedy aym-phon- Mr. MeClellan. 9. Solo 'and chorua Fear Not" (From Flrat Christmas) Coombs, Miss BalBnger and Choir. I. (a), Intsrmexao," J. J. McClellan; (b), The Famous Largo," (Handel), Mr, McClellan. The crime for which Harry K. Thaw, but 37 yean old, ia being tried, took place at a few minutes after IX oclock at night. It circumstance STRIHCIHC WIRES and setting were unusual in the extreme. Western Union Haa Largo Gang oi The prelude to the tragedy occurred Man at Work on Lin. in Martins cafe, where Thaw and hla A gang of linemen for the west wife, with two friends, had dinner. Aa era Union commenced stringing wires tha four ant at table Stanford White, along tha line of the Wbetera Pacific with two other men, entered and obco-pleon Wednesday last Telegraphic fad! a table near by. Thaw, accordIttoi are now easentlal In the con- ing to his own account, did not know struction of the road and In tha opera- of White's presence until the agitation tion of work trains, and the Western of hla wife attracted hla attention. Union will push work with all possible - Suddenly I caw her get very pale and begin to shiver, and I thought aha The telegraph line doee not begin was III," said Thaw, In describing tha at Salt Lake, bnt at Tipton, about for- affair after hie arrest. I made a ty xnllaa west of that point There la motion to inquire what waa the matter, telephone communication between Tlp-tn- and she called a waiter and wrote a and the messages will be trans- note, which she sent around the tbe ferred from the telephone to the tele- table to me. The note said: 'That dirty graph wire at that point, temporarily. blackguard to here.' Then I turned and Only one wire la being strung at pras-rat- , saw that fat acoundrel sitting there. but within a few months four Mg and healthy, and then I saw her wlras win bo suspended. Under the and how she was." present arrangement only twenty poles That la all Thaw has said cf the dr to the mile are to be used, but when cumatancea which, were the permanent line la built this will the Immediate causeapparently, of tbe shooting. be doubled and forty poles per mile After dinner the Thaws went to a will be need. theatrical performance at Madlacm 8quare Roof Garden. White went to the Manhattan Club, of which he was COMWIE MEWS a member, and did not reach the roof until nearly 11. Mrs. Alice A. Johnson entertained garden about a dosen friends last Thursday Gay Crown Present The garden waa thronged with a evening. Mra. Bosley who was reported bet- brilliant crowd of plenaure-aerkerter last week has been having a very laughter and gayety were everywhere. serious time for th last few days. The Thaws set at, their table for Mr. Ivaraon of Ogden was n guest some time. Then Mra. Thaw got up, at T. G. Brown's over .Sunday. left her husband alone and went beWord was received last week In Og- hind the scenes to aee an actress den of the death of W. V. Helfrich friend. Left to himself. Thaw rose la Idaho. Mr. Helfrich waa a nephew and wandered away from hla table. He of Mra. J. W. Guthrie, and waa at one began to pace up and down the aisles time a familiar figure In Corlnne. oa one aide of the garden. He was Death waa caused by pneumonia. deathly pale. He was In evening dress It looks now aa K the Ice crop and wore a kmg, black overcoat. would h short this year. The river At Brat he half concealed behind la froaen to a depth of 10 inches but aome shrubbery and watched tbe enis covered with snow and the ice ia of trance. but he soon began to walk up and down, keeping an eye all the time poor quality. Grace Fields gave a party last Sat upon the door. Present! r White entered, although urday tnfo number of bar little friends aid all had a very happy time. without Thaw seeing him, and be Rev. R. B. Gilpin, waa taken com ij moved to n table.' He sat there for pletaly by surprise last Friday even- some mlnotea alone, and ' then was ing when thirty of his friends.' mostly Joined bv a friend.. The two chatted members of his church , walked in together Then the friend left In upon him, without previously announc- the interval Thaw had made out ing their intentions, their object be- White's face. ing to remind him that he was forty When the doomed man's companion ve years old that night Just after left Thaw threaded hla way to the table at which White rat. midnight. It Is reported that Wm. Kendall, Arrived there, Thaw leaned over the proprietor of a drag store In Corlnne table's edge opposite Ms victim. Aa three or four years ago, died at hi he did this White recognized him and tome in Kanea recently. Box Elder made a motion as if to rise. There Report. .waa no time. Thaw drew a revolver and pumped three ballets into the CONGRESSMAN FLACK DEAD. body of the oilier aa faat az the pistol eouid be fired. The round cf the shots Malone. N. T, Feb. 2. Congress- was lot to some extern, in the strains man William H. Flack died at hia of I Could Lwe a Thanrand Ofra." home today, after a long Illness. He being atrag on the rave. That was bod been nnaMe to attend the present the dath hymn of Stanford White. eaealcn of congress. White uttered ne sound. He slipped who ia d -- and then tumbled on the Bo quickly had the crime been committed that those at adjacent tables scarcely realised what had occurred. Then a womans scream waa beard, and in n moment tbe whole garden was in turmoil. Murder!" The word ran like magic through the throng. Pandemonium ensued. Thaw seemed to be tbe coolest parson In tha garden. He raised the revolver above hla head with a gesture as If to Indicate ita use waa at an end then broke the gun, letting the remaining cartridges fall on tbe floor. He started to walk quietly out when a fireman put hla hand on hla shoulder. You needn't worry," sBId Thaw to the fireman. Then a special policeman came gp and fhaw bowed aa If to signify bis readiness to go to tha pohalf-roun- d floor dead. i i' moment Mrs. Thaw came ditching up, having rushed out from the scenes. She threw herself with a cry Into Thaw's arms, and station, i l Just at this lice fainted. Thaw waa removed to a police station, and slnre has lived In the Tombs. Principals Widely Known, The trial will derive much of Ita Interest from the fact that lbs three chiefs figuring in the tragedy have been to widely known to the public. For vears Harry Kendal Thaw, son of tbe late William Thaw of Pittsburg, who left 140,000,000, has filled space in the newspapers with his escapades All the millions of the hTaw family will be cast tn the scale to prevent the silgma of murderer" being formally added to the family'! heritage by a Jury's Judgment. Evelyn Florence NeSblt Thaw has been one of the moat talked oliom women in the country because of her beauty and because of the notoriety attaching to her relatione with Thaw prior to ihelr marriage. Aa for Stanford White, he was one of the most famous architects In the United States, a man who did an Incalculable amount for the spread of ideas hi American architecture, and who haa left behind him many noble buildings aa the monuments of hla genius. Madison Square Garden, in which he waa killed, waa one of the structures he designed, and in that building be maintained rooms, where much of his best work waa done. It was in these moms. too. that the gayest of gay parties are alleged to have been given br White to women and girls cf hla araualntanre. Thaw Wild Spendthrift. Thaw for yesra has been one of th wildest spcndcn" In this nation of spendthrift acna of millionaires. Hit ar-tlei- inreputation aa a good fellow ternational. and he has scattered his father's money a freHy jn London and Pari a he has In New York an-Plttebtirg. His father made hla fortune In the coal, coke nd Iron bna.'-nee- s. poor having begun life Harry Thaw mrly in M cademonisrated he that reer intended to devote hla life to "having n good time," and to that end be spent hie energies until he shot Stanford White. Bofore hi death Thaw's father rea Hind whither hla ton was drifting, and instead of kwving him hU portion of the 140,040,000 estate gave him but 92,600 a year. Mrs. Thaw, however, idlolixed her son. ghe haa seen to It that be haa bad all the money he desired. Thaw gave the annual 92,600 to hla valet and himself has spent from 940,000 to 9X00,flHI a year sines hia fnther'a death, all given by bl mother. So much for the man who la to be tried for hla life. And now for the woman who baa caused that trial the woman whose history show the meaning of Byrons expression, the fatal gift of beauty." Story af Evelyn Neobit. It to her beauty and her beauty alone which ha made her the reason for this mur.ler story. Charles Dana Gibson has drawn her profile In tbe symbolical sketch called The EternM coincidence Question" a Ltrange when it is coneldered that it is like an embodied Inter rogetten point that ahe stands In the midst of tbe tangle which had such a frightful ending laat June. Evelyn Neablta early home, like Thaw's, was In Pittsburg. She to tbe daughter f Winfield Scott Nesbitt, a lawyer h bad a small practice aad died leaving the widow with only a pit tance. At ibe age of 14 Evelyn began to work for a living In a photographic tudio in Philadelphia. Her employer tank a picture of her to hang In an exhibition, asd Evelyn woke np the next morning to find herself a famous beauty. Artists begin to beg her to pose for them, and within a few months aba wan earning a good income In New York an a model for such men as Christy. Gibson, Ehwln XYilea and Wells Cham pray. She sat only for the face and hurt, however, never for the "altogether." In these model days she met White. Juat shat ihelr relations were to a mystery, explanation of which must be left to the events of the next few days; but, at any rate. While Induced her to go UP011 tla ataga, and perauad ed a theatrical manager to give her a trial. Later White sent Mis Neblt to a fashionable Eastern school and af- ter that !e returned to the stage. to refer to him aa that odious man." At the cloae of her engagement with tbe Wild Roue company Miss Nfesbll went to Europe with her mother, and Thaw pursued. After a few mouth Mra. Netthlt returned to announce that her daughter was at laat accepting the attention of that odkiua man, and that idie wished to have nothing more to do with her. Mra. Kebit married again, and Xliaa Evelyn went on ber unchaperoned way. Little to known of the European exploits of Thaw and the girl. Thev automoblled together, but were very discreet, the only adventure being an arrest in Bwltxerlend for fast driving, when they were booked by the police at man and wife, Oct. 22, 1004, they registered af Clarldge's in London aa H. K. Thaw aad wife." When Harrys family heard of R they lent cutting cablegrams anJ threatened to reduce Ma allowance. Nov. 1 the pair landed In New York and went to the Cumberland Hote1 When Harry opened up negotiation with hie mother over the telephone she refused to talk with him Nov. 2 they were ejected fnm the Cumberland because they refused to of register as man and wife. Denialsand the Clarldge's affair were made, Thaws brother made a public statement to the effect that they wen. not married. Then, after being refused rooms, even separate rooms, by four hotel, Thaw aud Mias Nesblt parted temporarily. Thaw went to PlttAburg to confer with hla family. Mias Nesblt followed him in the spring, and April 4, with Mra. 1905, they were married Thaw's consent at Pittsburg. White's Career Strange One. Tbe laat of the three figures In the tragedy was Stanford While. Great a an architect, a lover of beauty In hie work and In hia play, a charming companion, a man of klndlineai, possessed of manly talents, a lover of all the pleasant things of life, but not bound by scruples or the dictates of morality such waa White. Wlthla two days after hi death New York rang with stories of strange debauches In which White had played the part of hoet or one of the hosts. Anthony Comstock declared that he bad tried to obtain evidence which would suffice a to bring action against White for alleged excesses, in which both When men and young girl figured. White fell to the floor of Madison Square Rod Garden. In short, his personal reputation fell with him. At an architect he was admittedly n genius, and be has left an Impress upon the architecture of ;hl country which will remain. He transformed the old. unsightly Harlem Railroad freight station Into Madison Square Garden one of the most beautiful long-distan- rar-lou- Century, University and Metropolitan clubs, the William C. Whitney residence and the pedestal of the Farragut monument at Madison Square. He waa the son of Richard Grant White, the novelist and Journalist, and was brn"in 1953. After being graduated from New York university be went to Europe to study architecture. He returned In ISM end entered Into partnership with Charles F. McKIm. and William R. Meade.- - The firm of A While, largely McKIm, Meade through the genlui f White, became one of the moat prominent in the prole salon. Mr. White waa essentially a club. man, being a member of the Knicker-buckerUnion. University, Automobile. Metropolitan. Player. . lx mbs and He wee a New York Yacht clubs. follower of the etage, a devout flrsS nlghter. and bad n extensive a qualntanre among theatrical people- ills wife, who survives him, wm Mias Itonale Smith, and he left one son, lAwrence, a student at Harvard. VISIT UOUSTBItTicHCOl The members of the legislative committee on puMIc buildings and grounds came up to Ogden and made a thorough inspection of the buildings end the conduct of the State Industrial school. They were the guests of Superintendent Thomas of the school committee consisted of and th Messrs. Westphal, Meughan. Miller, Barnett and Larson. Mayor Conroy f Ogden, president of the boerd of trustees, and Charles R. Hollingsworth, the secretary of tha board, also of Ogden, were present. They Inspect ed the buildings and the apparatus at the school. The object of the examination waa to determine Juat whet appropriation should he made for the neat biennial term. They vlalfr acres, ed the leased farm of sixty-fiv- e on mile west of the present Institution, end took Into consideration the building of a pew cottage for the glrle Their recommendation will be that inch a cottage shall be built and that the girls shall be removed away from the vicinity of the boys' s --i- ia CHRISTMAS PRESENTS GALORE, because of their infinite variety aad superb artist! a beauty la deooratsi china and cut glass, are found more pleasing ead bettor appreciated glfta than any others. At Oleea'a yoa hava aa extremely large stock to select from, ranging from dinner, tea, luach and breakfast sets to fancy aad ornamental creations that are always a source of Joy and beauty. Ia cut glass we have a fine line of useful things. - Eo A. Olsen, Grocer, 2259 Washington Ave. y. school. The board of trustees wae complimented by the members of the legislature for the morale that existed la tbe school. Addressee were made by the Malting member! to tha bore, and muale wae furnished under the direction of Mrs. 8. T. Bradford. A report wee submitted to the legislators showing that the present capacity of the boys' dormatory la Inadequate. There male Inmate, all ere now ninety-oncomquartered in a apace that will not . fortably accommodate seventy-five- is the ehanetar sC tho service we supply our Prompt ml table and at low eosL any time yon any well he oa your Job and haadls it axpsditloualy aad wslL e CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS An examination for the position uf clerk and carrier (male) will hr held at the postolfice In thl city, on March '2, 1907. For sppllratlon blank, an. I for full Information relative to tho examination, qualifications, duties, salaries, vacation, promotions, etc., apply to Frank B. Cleyton. secretary Board of Civil Service Examiners, postolfice, city. Becomes a Shaw Girl. She became a ehow girl In "Floro-dors- . She scored such an Immense hit that she waa given a more Important part In "The Wild Ro-e.PUT DOWN. INSURRECTION Among the ho( of men who were smitten by her charms waa Harry K. were a? first Thaw. Hi attentions Pan Salvador, Feb. 2. The disturbreceived with disfavor, all hough h ance canned by InBiirgen'e baa been had a habit of sending tu her home quelJfed by the government. Th capand grand piano", pearl nerklsr wer edifices In New York. He aldpd In the ture of the ringleader, who are nickboxen nf ei!Ken hne. These gift designing rf Trinity church In Boston. ing for the bonlera, is expected. It is returned by her mother, who rhape expected that the Inauguration of GenLeaves Many Monument. Thaw .pvontly. oned her works in this city eral Fernando ax President on March tr'W'-vefolh.win her ii!:o a Among h!" fam-m- In New York 1. win now occur without further shadow std never giving her n tun are the Hall of Kanothe arch, used the Washington In she those Univera'ty, dnya iiient's " i , ALLEN TRANSFER CO. Fhona IS for yonra. PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH MITCHELL BROS. Koaumrata, Copings and Head-tonDont bay from agents, aa they get large commteaion ad yon have te pay them. See your homo people flrat. Tara opposite City Cemetery. e. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. WANT AD8 YIELD BIG RESULTS.