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San Francisco call (Newspaper) - October 29, 1901, San Francisco, CaliforniaOthe san Francisco Call tuesday october 29, 1901. Sacramento. Oct. 28�?the rainfall for the forty eight hours ending at 7 o clock this morning was general throughout the Sacramento Valley and the Foothills Section. The fall in this City amounted to nearly half an Inch. In Redding at the head of 4he Valley it amounted to nearly six inches and the downpour at red Bluff was not far behind. The rain will be of great Benefit to the farming lands. In some sections of the 1 country on the River islands the bean crop has not been thrashed. It is not believed however that the storm just ended will do any damage. The North. Wind will soon dry the crop of Beans so i that the threshers May be set to running again. The fruit shipping season is about ended the bulk of the shipments to the East consisting of apples grapes and pears. Thirty two carloads were shipped from Sacramento this morning. Corning. Oct. 28.�? the first heavy rainstorm of the season visited this place last night. About an Inch of moisture fell. This will sprout the summer fallow Grain and enable Farmers to prepare their Fields for Winter planting. Beets and fruits Are already gathered so that no damage will result. The rain came just when needed. Stockton. Oct. 28�?there was quite a heavy rainfall Early this morning but the Clouds have broken and to All appearances the storm is Over though there is a brisk wind from the West. What Little Hay that is not yet under cover May be damaged very slightly and Beans May suffer a Little. It is doubtful however if any damage Worth mentioning has resulted. Since 10 a a cock yesterday morning .41 of an Inch of rain has fallen. San Jose oct. 28.�?the heaviest rainfall of the season came last night the sky Clearing during the Forenoon. The total for the storm was 1.11 inches for the season 1.66 inches. No damage has resulted As the Croag Are All stored. Santa Ana. Oct. 28.�?after raining intermittently for thirty hours the weather has cleared in this Vicinity. The total precipitation for the storm was 1.65 inches. Crops especially celery have been greatly benefited. Woodland oct. 28.�?there was another heavy Shower shortly before Daylight this morning and the rainfall for the season now Aggregates 2.28 inches. This practically puts an end to Eastern grape shipments. Milton. Oct. 28.�?one and fifty six hundredths inches of rain fell Here during the storm of the past two Days. The precipitation was timely and will prove beneficial. Yuba City. Oct. 28.�?the rainfall for the recent storm was 2.17 inches making 7l85 inches for the season. Santa Rosa. Oct. 28.�?nearly an Inch of rain fell Here last night and the storm was succeeded this morning by a Strong North wind. Secrets of grand jury Are revealed in court Phoenix judge establishes a precedent in the interest of jus Tice. Phoenix Ariz. Oct. 2s.�?whether warranted by precedent or not. The interest of Justice made necessary to Day an unusual proceeding in the District court relative to the Secretary of grand juries. On september 19 George Mcdonald shot and killed e. P. Gardner an employee of Ringling Brothers circus. The grand jury indicted him for murder. His actor re Eye made a motion to quash the indictment on the ground that it had been assented to by Only eleven grand jurors while the Law requires twelve for indictment. The attorney source of information was it disclosed. Chief Justice Webster Street to Day called each of the fifteen grand jurors before him. Questioned each separately and each acknowledged assent to the indictment. The motion was denied. Largest Cruiser in the world. London. Oct. 28.�?the King Alfred the largest Cruz amp or in the world was successfully launched at Barrow in Furness to Day. The King Alfred Cost �1,011.790. Bhe will have a Speed of Twenty three knots. A mama Cook says a we should always have California Hutney a uce for steaks g a me Etc. 15 4 at. 25 Al grocers special dispatch to the Call. Helena. Mont. Oct. 25.�?the business men of Helena have set an example that might Well be followed by the residents of All mining towns who have the welfare of their locality at heart. In future every mining company that claims Helena As its Home will be thoroughly investigated and if it is found to havoc any a Wildcat Quot characteristics it will be a sparingly condemned through the medium of the press and unsuspicious investors will be warned away. The necessity of this move has been made apparent from the fact that throughout the East. A Large number of these irresponsible mushroom companies have been formed without a foundation in fact for their extravagant claims of fortunes that await those who buy their Stock. The fact that a decided interest is being taken in the Mineral District round about Helena has caused numbers of these unscrupulous concerns to claim a location in this City. A postmaster a. P. Fisk states that he continually receives letters from ail parts of the East from people asking the postmaster if they can place Confidence in such and such a company. He has repeatedly gone to the county records Only to find that such companies never existed except in the imaginations of their putative officers. Fisk has so informed All who have applied to him for information. The business menus association has now taken the matter in hand. The committee on mining will henceforth have this As one of its Especial duties. The reported Richness of the Mineral resources of this Region is not a fable by any Means. Never yet has there been a systematic Effort to develop a single Prospect far enough to really determine what there May be in it. The business menus association is considering the project of organizing a Gigantic Stock company to systematically develop Ope after another the Many prospects South of the City which have been begun and then abandoned for Lack of funds. It is believed that Helena will yet be the financial and mining Center of the state of Montana. United states Marine corps proves effective general hey Wood recommends that the commandant rank As a major general. Washington. Oct. 28.�?in his annual report upon the condition and services of the United states Marine corps for the past year brigadier general Charles Heywood Renews a former recommendation that Congress shall make the rank of the commandant of the Marine corps that of major general. This recommendation it is stated is embarrassing to the general inasmuch As such action would result in his own promotion but he Points out that the present authorized strength of the corps 6062 men should entitle the commandant to the rank of major general As the army regulations provide that the appropriate command for a major general is four regiments and 4800 men. General Heywood strongly recommends that the Law providing that officers of the Navy who served with Honor during the civil War May retire with the next higher rank be extended to the Marine corps. The total number of casualties in the enlisted Force of the corps during the past year caused by discharges desertions. Deaths and retirements was 2800. In conclusion general Heywood says Quot i am pleased to state that the corps has been Able to meet promptly and satisfactorily the Many and varied demands which have been made upon it during the year and feel justified in stating that it has maintained its High reputation for _ entombed Miner rescued. Salt Lake utah., oct. 28 a after be ins entombed in the Highland boy mind at Bingham Utah for sixty Ohe Hovirs Charles Nutting was taken out to Day by the rescuing party that has Ween constantly at work since the Cave in occurred. He was alive but very weak when found. The space in which he was imprisoned was so Small that he was unable to stand up. A plentiful Supply of fresh air however served to prolong his life until to Day. When he was taken out. One a the a Man William Anderson is still in the mine and the rescuing party will continue its work until he is found there is no Hope however of funding him alive. Big Bui for a Bible. London oct. 28.�?during the course of the hearing to Day of the claims against the Duke of Manchester it transpired that in order to secure �200 Cash the Duke was obliged to take a Bible which the Money lenders valued at �73 for the Cash and Bible the Duke gave a promissory note for �450. As the Duke said he did not immediately require the Bible it was left behind and was never claimed. Those who Are trying to Settle up the Duke of Manchester a affairs objected to for it and the judge in the bankruptcy Case reduced the Bill by �40. A Nobleman on his wat to America and wife who has secured divorce. Czolgosz repents not and is Unco fessed continued from Page one. Tend that they would be protected and that the body would be Given decent burial. Czolgosz was obdurate however and Collins finally told him that if there was a Well grounded suspicion As to the motive in claiming the body he w Ould refuse to surrender it Law or no Law. Czolgosz then seemed inclined to. Give in and went with the superintendent to the office of Warden Meade where a paper relinquishing All claim upon the body was drawn White it was being prepared Collins called up the chief of police of Cleveland and asked him to discuss the matter with Czolgosz or. Collins asked that the question be fairly stated to the father and that if he agreed a Telegram of relinquishment be signed by him and sent at once. The Cleveland police expressed the Hope that the body would never be sent to that City. 1 a when the superintendent submitted to Czolgosz the instrument relinquishing All claim to the body he refused to sign it until he had an Opportunity to advise with Waldeck Thomas Randoms Al his brother in Law who was the Leader in the plan to secure the body. He promised a final answer at 7 of clock when he was to sell with band Waskl for a final visit to the condemned Man. Collins agreed to Send for him but would not Lethe brother leave the or la Ort. Finally he was at 6 o clock informed that the people at the Buffalo crematory would not accept the body and superintendent Collins at once pointed out to him that he would have the body on his hands. At a few minutes past 6 of clock he agreed to sign and it was decide to Bury the body in the prison. The agreement signed prohibits any portion of the body being removed from the prison and this will be strictly enforced. Foster tells his Story. Says the negro Parker a statement is a fairy tale. United states secret service agent in zen of this City has received a letter from George f. Foster president Mckinley a bodyguard giving inside facts on the assassination and How u was possible in spite of the Strong guard that had been placed Aro Jid the president. Or. Poster is the Stalwart guard who made Many friends when he was Here with president last summer. The letter is As follows Washington d. C., oct. 8, 1901. Dear Georgo i received your very kind letter and you done to know How Good it made me feel and at the same time know that times like now Are the time to teat one s True friends. It was awful that of tar. I can to drive it out of my mind. In bed on the Street in the office the whole occurrence will come flying through my mind. The Only Consolation i have is that i did my full duty. The whole of that Day i Felt uneasy something seemed to be around me that i could not account for. Around Niagara Falls in the towns or Lewiston and Niagara i was at the presidents Side. Never for an instant did i leave him even on the porch of the International hotel while he was resting and smoking a Cigar. I Aat within ten feet of him and when he went into the dining room i had him in full View. The Only time i Rode on the Box of his Carriage a to that Dav on account of that uneasy feeling i had. I done to think i Ever worked harder around him than i did that Day. When we got him into the Temple c music i hate to write the name of the place i Felt uneasy for we had passed through a solid mass of people something like that at a Frisco at the ferry that evening. I took my stand in front of or. Milburn who stood to the president s left with or. Cortelyou on the president s right. I was the Only person of the left of the line except operator Ireland who stood directly in front of the president. On the right of the line were about sixteen or eighteen exposition guards and members of the Twenty third coast artillery. The fellow passed All of these people and reached the president without any person stopping him and right Here is the Only place where i think if i had been on the other Side i might possibly have had my attention drawn to that misshapen hand and stopped him. Now this is Only a possibility. Among the sixteen or eighteen exposition guards were some very Bright looking men and As i understand since the shooting were some old Pinkerton people so i might have passed the fellow up like they did. I was the first to pull him away from the president. The negro Parker had Shook hands and had passed on about fifteen feet the other Side of the president and the next thing was seen of him was when he came Back and was breasted by the coast Guarda and told to keep Buck while we Laid on the floor with the Assassin Parker was put out of the building with the rest of the crowd and there told his Story and of course the first impression is the lasting one. He is now going around the country lecturing in negro churches. He is Here to night. He is the greatest fraud Ever came up the Pike and ought to be arrested for Quot conning the people. Why Penny would not put him on the stand at the trial. Please give my kind regards to chief Sullivan and Captain Wittman and Tell them that i often think of them and Hope to see them East some time to give me a Chance to get even for the kind Way they treated me while in their City. President Roosevelt talks of taking a California trip next year some time a a a. If i am sent i expect you to be with us until we leave the state. Your old Friend. George f. Foster. V by an explosion severe Accident occurs to artillerymen at fort Leavenworth. Leavenworth kan., oct. 28�?by an explosion of a Colts automatic firing gun at fort Leavenworth to Day. Captain Tenoper and five men of the Twenty eighth Battery of Field artillery were wounded three severely. The gun a new one was being tested and was allowed to become too hot and when a Shell came into the Breech after firing the Shell exploded tearing out the Breech fragments of which struck and injured the men. Those injured private Snyder leg severe private Meripol Arm severe private Reider Arm severe private Hayes leg slight private Jones hand slight Captain Tenoper. Hand burned and wrist injured. Frances merchant Marine. Paris oct. 28.�?the chamber of deputies to Day began the discussion of the ministerial project aiming at the revival of the decaying French merchant Marine. The project provides that any Iron or steel vessel exceeding 100 tons Gross tonnage engaged in International Trade and flying the French Flag shall receive an annual subsidy in proportion to her tonnage until she is Twenty years old. A larger subsidy is accorded to vessels fulfilling similar conditions built in France and under fifteen years old. Admiral Rienour Republican criticized the Bill As being ineffective and suggested a tax on foreign flags entering French ports. Files cured without the knife. Itching Blind bleeding or protrude pm piles. No cure. No pay. All druggists Are authorized by the manufacturers of Pazo ointment to refund Money where it fails to cure any Case of plies no matter of How Long 3tandlng. Cures Cefi diary cases in six Day the worst cases in fourteen Days. One application gives ease and rest. Relieves itching instantly. This is a new discovery and is the Only pile remedy sold on a positive guarantee no cure no pay. A free Sample will be sent by mail to any one tending their name and address. Price 50c. If your druggist done to keep it in Stock Send us 50c in Stamps and we will Forward a full size Box by mail. Manufactured by Paris Medicine co., &t.louls,mo.,who also manufacture the celebrated cold cure. Laxative Bromo quinine tablets. Rather romantic Story of a courtship by mail Indiana girl is travelling to los Angeles to wed a Man she never met. La Porte ind., oct. 28.�?miss Leoria Bishop a popular Young society woman of Elwood this state started last night for los Angeles cal., on a romantic Mission the sequel of which will be her marriage to Steven Bowden who is said to hold a position As superintendent of a California Railroad with Headquarters in los Angeles. Miss Bishop corresponded with los Angeles friends and in one of her letters she sent her picture. Bowden saw her photograph and at once became infatuated. His infatuation resulted in overtures being made for an Exchange of letters. This was agreeable to the Indiana girl and a proposal of marriage soon followed. Bowden wrote to miss Bishop to come on to los Angeles and on he arrival if impressions Are borne out a marriage ceremony will be performed. Miss Bishops relatives have consented to the Union. Babe is abandoned at priests door Waif found under Back Steps of father Conland a residence in Redwood City. Redwood City oct. 28.-a three hours old girl baby was left under the Back Steps of father Conlan s residence Early thib morning. The housekeeper was awakened by the crying of the baby and found it wrapped up in an old Blanket under the Steps where it had been placed out of the rain. The Waif was taken in and Given medical attention and is now doing Well. The officers Are searching for its parents and it is believed at least one of them is known. The child will probably be sent to some foundling Home. Alleged forger arrested. Sutsun oct. 28.�?henry Schmitt was arrested Here this evening by Constable Downing town marshal Mcdonald Deputy sheriff Donaldson on a charge of forgery. He is accused of having signed the name of Captain h. Boynton to a Check for m0 and exchanged it for goods and Cash in a local dry goods store. The forgery was immediately discovered and the officers notified. Thev found the Man in the act of buying a Railroad ticket. He tried to escape by running Down the track but was capture l after a Short Chase. Schmitt was taken before judge Hitchcock and his Bonds fixed at $1000. Schmitt came from Saa Francisco a month ago. To clue a cold in one Day take laxative Bromo quinine tablets. All druggists refund the Money if it Falls to cure. S. Groves signature is on each Box. 25c, a naval Board on construction to submit plans to Congress for enlargement of the Navy officials will recommend the immediate building of four first class battleships four High Speed cruisers and thirty gunboats of latest design special dispatch to the Call Call Bureau. 1406 g Street n. W., Washington oct. 28.�?what will be probably the most comprehensive programme Ever submitted by the Board of officers to the Navy department for transmission to Congress will be submitted this week to Secretary Long of the Board on construction. The programme urged to Day by the members of the Board for adoption included four first class battleships of 15,000 tons displacement carrying the heaviest armament and protected by the thickest Armor possible on such displacement four armoured cruisers of 14,000 tons displacement of High Speed carrying the heaviest armament and the thickest Armor compatible with displacement and Speed eighteen gunboats for service in South America and the Philippines of More than 1200 tons displacement twelve gunboats of a few Hundred tons displacement each for service in the Philippines. In addition it is a ave purpose of the Board to recommend the construction of auxiliary ships including Colliers training ships and an engineering repairing vessel. No torpedo boats or submarine boats have been suggested for incorporation in the programme and it is extremely doubtful if any construction of these types will be considered. It is the intention of the Board to hold another meeting on wednesday when there will be a renewal of the discussion relative to the characteristics of the programme to be submitted. Some of the members of the Board thin the programme considered to Day too extensive insisting that the shipbuilding capacity of the country cannot accommodate so Many new vessels. Other members hold that As Congress adopted no authorization of additional Armor lads at the last session of Congress it is desirable to ask that a programme be adopted which shall make provision for the ships that should have been Laid Down during the present year As Well As those which in the usual course would be provided Fop in the Law to be passed during the coming session. No naval officer has lost sight of the action taken by Germany to expedite the completion of its programme of ship construction and there is reason to believe that this matter will enter into the consideration of the Board on construction. In conversation to Day with representative Fitzgerald who represents the Brooklyn Navy Yard District and representative Rupert of new York City president Roosevelt declined to make any recommendations for the construction of the warships in Navy Yards As suggested by the Brooklyn congressman on the ground that such recommendation should properly come through the Navy department. He said the subject had been discussed with the Secretary of the Navy on several previous occasions and the latter has invariably held that the construction of new warships can be accomplished cheaper and to better advantage to the government at private shipyards. Encouraging news is received at state department. Special dispatch to the Call. Call Bureau 1406 g Street. N. Washington. Oct. 28.�?negotiations for the liberation of miss Stone the american missionary held prisoner by bulgarian brigands have at last been opened with her captors. This was the encouraging news received by the state department to Day from or. Eddy Secretary of the american legation at constantinople. Eddy reported the receipt of a communication setting Forth the terms upon which the woman would be Given Freedom. The proposal was not made Public by the state department but it is said that there is no abatement in the demand of the abductors. there has not been collected More than $65,000 toward the Ransom and the a United states has distinctly announced that it cannot add a cent to that sum. The negotiations which will be conducted will include a counter proposal which will be made either through or. Eddy or through the missionaries who have been vainly searching for traces of the captive. The brigands have doubtless been apprised of the fact that the friends of miss Stone Are unable to raise the sum of $110.000, originally demanded and it is hoped they will now accept less. The exact whereabouts of the hand which has Possession of miss Stone is not known to the state department. It ha3 the general idea of its location but the information is withheld because the department does not wish the turkish or bulgarian government to dispatch troops to the place of Refuge of the brigands with the result that the latter would probably flee to another hiding place and be More chary of reopening negotiations. It is understood that the russian government is co operating with the United states in the negotiations. Sofia Bulgaria. Oct. 28.�? is Young bulgarians have banded themselves to search for miss Stone the american missionary and her companion. Mme. Zsilka and with the consent of the bulgarian authorities have left Simakov for Nehomia with this object in View. The absence of news about miss Stone has led to a revival of the report that she has already been killed and the brigands have dispersed. I is the capital aged bicycle thief a Fate. Fresno. Oct. 28.�?for stealing a bicycle. For which crime he was found guilty by a jury in the Superior court last week. Richard Dalton 50 years of age was sentenced to Day by judge Church to six years imprisonment in tl>3 Penitentiary at san Quentin. Greatest steel corporation in the world being organized. Cleveland Ohio oct. 28.�?a special to the Leader from Youngstown Ohio says with the opening of the new year will be organized one of the greatest steel corporations in the world. Capitalists in this City and throughout the Mahoning Valley will be largely interested As stockholders in the new corporation the men who were largely responsible for the great Success of the underlying steel companies constituting the United states steel corporation and who disposed of their holdings will be prominently identified with the new company. Several Independent steel companies we hich have refused to join the United states steel corporation will also come in. H. Frick of Pittsburg will it is said be president of the new corporation and the capital Stock will be $2.000,000,000. Negotiations Are now in Progress with Pittsburg. Youngstown and Philadelphia capitalists with a View of bringing the interested parties together in a solid organization. Little information will be Given until the Charier for the corporation is secured under the Laws of new Jersey. _ Tower to command the Straits of Fuca american government adding to its fortifications on Point Wilson. Tacoma oct. 28.�?government experts Are superintending the construction of a conning Tower on one of the commanding eminences of fort Worden on Point Wilson near port Townsend overlooking a Long stretch of the Straits of Juan de Fuca. The Tower is provided with a system of mirrors which reflect on a prepared Chart the exact position of any vessel entering the Straits. These Waters Are divided on the charts into Small squares the necessary Elevation for the gun Woric on any Square being prepared in Advance. In the event of invasion the observer simply communicates with the a Man behind the guns the information that the invader is in a certain Square. From this information the bombardment is at once commenced with great prospects for sinking the incoming vessel. As is the Case with the British defences at Esquimalt. This conning Tower will he placed in such a position As to be invisible from the Straits and consequently out of reach of an enemy a guns. Other conning towers will be erected at admiralty Point and marrow Stone Point. Professor Wheeler at White House. Washington. Oct. 28.�?among the presidents guests this evening were John d. Mccook Andrew d. White John Kendrick Bangs Benjamin Ide Wheeler. Fierce race War in Louisiana results in killing of three Whites and eleven negroes trouble occurs at a Camp meeting when Constable attempts to arrest a coloured Man for conducting a refreshment Booth without License Amite City. La. Oct. 28�?three White men and eleven negroes have been killed in a race riot in Washington Parish. The first jews of the riot was brought Here to Day by Cornelius Mixon who left Franklinton this morning lie stated that White men Rode into Franklinton at 2 o clock this morning seeking help saving that the negroes were up in arms and threatening to exterminate the Whites. The scene of the trouble is at or near Balltown where a negro was burned last week for assaulting a White woman. This was not the cause however of the murder yesterday in which three White men and eleven negroes were killed and several were wounded. Mixon talked with Many men from the scene and they said More and worse trouble was expected to Day. As Arm a men were flocking to the scene and it is reported that the Blacks were equally Active in preparing for a Battle. P. B. Carter arrived from Franklinton a Little after dark to night and said that the situation was terrible and that More trouble was feared. He said Joe Seari s and Charles Elliott and another Wudte Man. Whose name he did not know were dead that e. H. Thompson a while Man. Was wounded. And that eleven negroes were dead. His information was up to last night and was obtained from persons who went to Franklinton tor help. At 3 of clock this morning a posse left Franklinton for the scene of the Battle led by sheriff Simmons and from All the country around armed men Are hurrying to the same place. Carter said that 300 men were probably under arms to Day a Washington Parish. The trouble occurred at a negro Camp meeting and the origin As near As can be ascertained was As follows Greer Lott a negro was running a re freshment stand and a Constable a White Man name not Given went to him and asked for his License. He had none and became impudent cursing the Constable and defying him. The Constable withdrew and obtained assistance. He returned with several White men when the negro Lott rushed out and tired Point Blank into the crowd killing Joe seals and Charles Elliott. The Whites returned tile fire and killed Lott. Then a negro preacher named Connolly rushed out of a House with a gun in hand attempting to shoot and was killed. His daughter was also killed though it is said she was accidentally shot. In the shooting which followed another White Man was killed e. H. Thompson wounded and seven or eight negroes killed. The shooting had no direct connection with the burning of the negro Morris in that Section last week but it is undoubtedly the a sequel to that tragic event. Since that time it is said that the negroes have been holding nightly meetings. Preparing to attack the Whites. Balltown is about Twenty five Miles from a Franklinton in a sparsely settled Section. It is almost entirely Cut off from the outside world. Franklinton is Twenty seven Miles cast of this place and there Are no Telegraph or Telephone lines. Baton Rouge lit. Oct. 28.�?governor heard received a message this afternoon from Deputy sheriff Simmons of Washington Parish saying that a terrible conflict was in Progress Between Whites and Blacks in that Parish Thor to being already dead and requesting the governor to Send troops at once. Governor heard wired governor Lon Gino of Mississippi for permission for troops to pass through the state of Mississippi and governor Long no answered promptly granting the request. Lione or the troops were not sent advices to night saying that Balltown was quiet. A divorce decree recently granted lady Russell is made absolute the Earl presents no opposition to the allegation of his first wife that he was guilty of bigamy in marrying mrs. Somerville in Nevada. Unlucky lord to be permitted to land upon his arrival at new York a a Upland ths5 a ii mis getsit1m me in almost six inches of rain descends at Redding. Business men of Helena organize to protect investors. London oct. 28.�?the decree of divorce granted lady Russell from Earl Russell on May 28 on the ground of the Early a bigamy with mrs. Somerville was to Day made absolute no opposition to lady. Russells application being presented. The suit for divorce followed the Early a marriage in Nevada which caused his trial and conviction in the House of lords and sentence to three months imprisonment. Lord Russell is now on the Way to America where the customs authorities at first instructed the immigration commission at new York to refuse his Landing on the ground that he is an sex convict and an undesirable person. Later however this View was rescinded by the Washington authorities and it is now believed the Earl will not find any obstructions to his re entry into the country. Rheumatism v torturing grinding rasping aggravating pain let it come in the s u1ie a a a a ,as9 sciatica muscular inflammatory. A a come and go Quot 8 i. M Chest in the Back anywhere. I will cure it. My a ctr a. T Kyes to the spot and drives it out of the body. It relieves the pain in an hour and cures the worst cases in a week. A a or. Mclaughlin s electric Belt % has cured thousands of rheumatic. It will cure you. A rheumatism cured. 2 Belt?torh�acushovrt7�.mr a a but one month a a a 1 a an Tbs a a of one of you 1 0 get up in the morning feeling Frelih and rested Istead of ��5 7 1 now a and have increased greatly in weight t worn feeling. A Belt to thank tor j William h. O Neil. 1347 Jess san cat 2 free test la a Surv offerer Frt sciatica rheumatism. A inc l lame Back kidney or bladder troubles Genera 2 r nervous or vital weakness. Indigestion dec to 5 free Book a Elt a Fri at my a a a a Canji a we Send for my Book about to free. Enclose this and. 1 or. M. Mclaughlin 70c2 Arket a to Robt. A Cor. Kearny. San Francisco. W office hours 8 a. M. To 8 30 p. M. Sundays. 10 to 1

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