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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 August 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. VAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (Katabllahtad for the cure ot tb* drink dltcaae.) Office an< Institute, cor. W. Walnut aud rtelah •ta. Oar propoaltloii: No enr*, ao pay. In Teetlcate. DR. W. W. M. coKMiek'. D. K. SMITH, Manager. Phyatclan in charge 'JUCOMA * WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 121 and iii N. Yakima aye. For t*mn, etc., ad dreaa tbe matron, Mlh H. Ellis. JJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kooma 7 and 8, Beeond floor, Flrat National Baok balldlu*. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice* ln Federal and all state CoarU. Office over Yakima National Bank. W H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Poateffice. Yakima avenue, Nortb Yakima. JJ^ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. cap-Office over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all tbe conrta ol tbe atate and U. 8. land offlcee. W. L! JONS!. J H. KKWMiK JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, Nortb Yakima, Waab QEO. C. MILLB, C. E., COUNTY SURVEYOR. Mem. Soc. Irrigation Knglneera. U. 8. D...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 August 1895

THE YAKIMA HERALD. -«. U. EKED. EDITOR AND MANAGER. Fabllahed every Thursday; rabacrlption r_oo per year In advance. Advertising rates upon application. THURSDAY. AUGUST!. M6.~ UTILE DULCI. If there ia all the benefit in mountain camping that ia presumed, then certainly the business men of Nortb Yakima ought to come back from tbeir outings sharp set for any amount of vigorous applica tion to whatever they have to do. It may truthfully be aaid that the people of Yak ima county know their own resources better, aa a whole, tban the reaidenta of any otber locality. Thia annual camp ing serves to exploit all the resources of central Waahlngton in a way that makee known to the men of beet business aense what they bave behind tbem in the Cascade range, in the way of minerals and timber for tbe future uae of a great city where we are now located in the val ley. In tlie valley we find ourselves in a very heated atmosphere in the summer time, and yet in the midst of luxurious vegetation. By g...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 August 1895

TERSE TALES OF A WEEK "Tbe Herald" Searchlight TDrown Over Cltj aod Connty. PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE •»r««riapl«l< HH« ol «...a.l|,. Rn, i-i , News. I'ara.iiala.nd II- pprnlnga (•alhri.il tbem >»rtli Inkimn _iai*4 Her Kai lra.iiin_ iiili.).. Earl Watt returned la.it week from Oregon. Mr*. Joseph Metzger is visiting rela tives in Seattle. ' Mra. E. F. Benson has returned from her outing at Soda Spring*. Harvey Condon, of Coffin Bros., left on Tueaday for a 10-daya outing on the upper Natcheez. Night Policeman Backer is away on a vacation, and W. D. Walker is doing duty in his stead. Frank Shardlow and Al. Hamilton left on Monday night for a three weeks' out ing at Edgar Rock and vicinity. H. H. Lombard, N. Hartung, Alex Sinclair, W. L. Conolly and E. A. Brown will leave on Monday for ten days in the Tietan baain. Judge Brinker arrived in Yakima on Monday night, and left immediately for Fort Siincoe, to take testimony in the fishery cases. M. B. Sandmeyer and wife left on Mon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 August 1895

DEVASTATED BY FLAMES City of Spnj&e t Bed of Smouldering isles. THE RAILROAD MR SHOPS GORE P.a*l«- Daralll«t«a anal Hsnrlraa. I.*sars Otfr SI,(HKI,IKHI Us, -aol Ur Krbullt Onlj a trw 11..».ra la ted lira Ihr < nnf lag ra Unit. Sphaoi■«, Wub., Aug. 3.—The entire liusine** portion of Sprague is in ashes, hundred* are bomeleea to-night and the lone* will aggregate a million and a qaarter. Tbe town ia almost destitute of food. and Mayor Sanderson haa sent messages to tbe leading cities appealing for aid. Tbe people are appalled by their fright ful losses, and it will be several days tie fore they will know whether to try to re build tbe city. At noon to-day tb* fire alarm wa* •minded for a blaze in Bryant's chop and feed mill, corner of Railroad avenne and D street. The department responded promptly, but the blaze was quickly fanned into a roaring furnace, and tbe fire boys were driven back from the scene almoat aa soon as they arrived. Witb lightning-like rapidity the flame* lea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 August 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARPS. YAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (established (or the cure of the drink disease.l Offlce aad Institute, cor. W Walnut ami Bal* sts. Onr propositionr No cure, tin nay. In veatltate. hk. W. w. Mn'OKMKK. D. I. SMITH. Manager. Physician in cliarice •^ACOMA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 121 and lZf N. Yakima aye. For terms, etc., ad dress tbe matron, Miss 11. Kills. TJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second H-or, First National Sank butldlac. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal anil all Stste Courts. Offlce i over Yakima National Hank. A i i ■yy H. HARE, DENTIST. Olßce over Posteflice. Yakima avenue, Nortli Yakima. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. |f Olßce over Yakima National Bank, North Taklma. Will practice in all the courts o( tbe State and U. 8. land offices. . W. ..'JOKES. I.S. NEWMAN. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bauk, North Yakima, Wash QEO. C. MILLS, C. E., COUNTY SURVEYOR. Mem. Hoc. Irrigation Engineers. V. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 August 1895

THE YAKIMA HERALD. 1. M. KKEII. EDITOR AND MANAGER Published every Thursday: sabecrlptlon I-« per year In advance. Advertising rates ■pon application. THURSDAY. AUGUST IS. 1191. LOOK INTO IT. Somebody ha* called the attention of th* Seattle Time, (which, by the way, ta getting to be a very good paper, and bring* us the latest newa of all) to an old article in the May number of the Irriga tion Agt which is full of error and venom. Why it ahonld be dragged up now ia hard to understand, but it is,aud ao muat have some attention in order to arrest the mis chief it may do. This article goes on to aay that Paul Sbulce dictated the Milroy Bill, under which the State of Washington ia taking advantage of the Carey Act—a statement aa utterly without warrant as can be imagined, and one which would never have been made in tbe lifetime of the man. It further said that tbe maximum price of the Washington lands under the law ia fifty-five dollars per acre, wben it ranges from five to fifty: and we...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 August 1895

MURDERED BY HIS SON Byron McGonigle Killed In a Quarrel Near Ahtanum Settlement. BLACKSMITH J. M. EAVES ALSO LIKELY 10 DIE Slander and a Desire for Its Refutation Leads to What May Yet Become a Double Hurder—A Peaceful Sunday Evening Rudely Marred—Most Sanguinary Results Follow a Wagging Tongue's Insults. With the blood of an aged father stain ing hi* hand*, a posaible rtecood victim whose death must he answered fur, with a broken-hearted mother weeping over the wretched end of a married life of forty year*, a alater mixed up in au im probable and *landerouß smbrogllo and two young ladies, innocent and refined, dragged into the filth of association in a remote degree with the patricide— Charles McConigle lies in the connty jail and the shadow of retributive justice loom* darkly over his semi-craz-ed head. The wagging tongue of scandal has broken ap a borne, agitated a peaceful commun ity, caused endless trouble—aud met a climax in a trail of blood. On Sunday night lust at nine o'clo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 August 1895

* red R. • * IM t hi. ago. Eorroa Hkbald—All work and no pla make. Jack a doll boy. So after a *wi I •ring hot day, when the poor irrigator has talks.) arid land*, water power.Jhi delightful inducement* to people to locab and acquire a home and a competency in onr~wonderful~land of alfalfa,lhop*, peaches, prune* and more climate to tbe square inch tban any other land our proud banner of liberty float* over; after he ha* talked until hia throat ia as dry as Snipes mountain and hi* shirt a* wet at a wet rat; after be baa honorably and faithfully tried to indelibly stamp on the minds ot bia listener* the naked truth and that in chunk* nf digeetable *ise*, he hie* himself to hi* hotel, weary, worn, but strong in an abiding faith tbat some day all will be' well and that everything cornea to him who wait*. He get* hi* mail, most of which say*: "Dear Sir—Please remit. Your account is so long pact due tbat whiskers are begin ning to grow." Bleated word*. You feel like a new man ; yon know y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 August 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. YAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (Established for the cure of thealrink dl*aas*.l Olßce and Institute, cor. W. Walnut and Kelah ate Onr i.l.i...anion No cure, no nay. In -eathrate. Hit W. W MnuKMlcK. D. c. smith, Manager. Ptaralelati in ufcii 'JWCOMA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 121 and I.' iN. Vaklma aye. For terms, eta., ml dress the matron, Miss 11. Ellis. J^EAVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 aud s. Second floor, First Satloual Bank building. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices lv Federal aud all state Courts, Office orer Yakima National Hank. yy^ H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Postoffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. XT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm-Ciltlte over Yakima National Batik, North Yakima. Will practice in all tlje courts ol tbe State and I' s land offices. W. L. JONIS. J. M. NIWM.K. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, Nortb Yakima, W ash QEO. C. MILLS, C. M*,t COUNTY SURVEYOR. Mem. Boc. Irrigation Engineers. V. S. De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 August 1895

WE YAKIMA HERALD. E M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER. Published every Tfcnrada.; sabscriptlnn t per raar In advance. Ad-ertlflng rates npon application. THURSDAY. AUGUST tl. 1896. NEWS COMMENT. The consumption of oats tbis coming year ia estimated much lower than for previous year* owing to tbe displacement of horse power by electricity and bicycle*. Frank Pixley, tbe veteran editor of tlie Argonaut, died at hia home in San Frun- Cisco laaCweek and bis body waa cre mated on the 14th inst. Pixley was one of the strongest newspaper writer* thi* country baa ever known, but hia force waa mainly in opposition. His commen datory articles were either cold or syco phantic. E. D. Parrott, tbe inventor, whoae fly ing machine waa to have soared from Ooldendale on July 4th and revolutionize thinga terrestrial, baa postponed aerial navigation and embarked in tbe ship ment of bogs from Klickitat county to tbe Sound. He find* transportation by rail more certain tban by balloon, and that bacon grease sm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 August 1895

LOCAL NEWS A LA lODS A savory Disb of Pottage lade Op or Cirnot Event Id Taklma. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS 9F ALL KINDS Tkal Muay Kipaniai, la* • » err In *e« i.i in *• il.I, tke Paablle Ap. retlte lor Nim la I » Ida in ed Hy Tkeae t.'elaamna. A pension ha* been granted to Moeee T. Ward. F. M. Her and party returned on Sun day from their _r.t:_g ia Ba-itish C.iuin bia. Mr*. N»eh left oa Tueeday night for a long visit at her old home in Toronto, Canada. Asseesor O. V. Carpenter and family returned on Monday from their outing at Soda Spring*. J. B. Rogers, of Tsco'ma, is in the city. Mr.'Rogers wa* formerly connected with the Sunnyside canal conetruction work. Mr. H. B. Scudder *nd family and I. W. Duuley returned on Friday last from tbeir outing in the vicinity of Mt. Adams. J. 1.. Smith, secretary of the Yakima Investment company, left on Tuesday for Portland and Yaquina Bay for bis sum mer* outing. A quickly extinguished blsze in the reetsursnt known ss the Yakima Kitchen called out the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 August 1895

Eorroa Hbbald—We left Bntte thi* morning at 6 o'clock sharp, just ss tbe lata reveller was sneaking home to bide and kick himself for the night's excesses, and the hobo, giving his trousers a hitch, hia abrmlders a shrug preparatory to striking some sympathetic nature for juet enough to get a bowl—and the day opened. With an old timer to do tbe driving, and with a spanking team, we aoon left Butte in oar wake, shaping our course eoutbweat. A ride acroa* the Montana upland* on * cool morning with all th* condition* favorable, ia certainly very de lightful. I enjoyed it hugely. Tbe ob ject of thi* rid* wa* to look over the group of mine* known aa tb* Beaie prop erties, located at tbe head of German Oalcb, in the Siberian mining diatrict, Silver Bow country, Montana, about 20 mile* southwest of Butte. Ac we wheel ed along I wiabed my Yakima frienda could ccc and enjoy tbe beautiful scenery. The monntalna are not so high nor the gnlcbes so deep, but there is something »o sturdy and soli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 August 1895

VOL. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. YAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (established for the cure of the drink disease.! 01114* and Institute, cor. W. WaluHt aud Selah sts. Our praiposillaui No cure, do pay. In vestigate. UK Vt W Mn aiKMII k. D. I. SMITH, Maiisg.-r Physician In rhante »pAOOMA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 12) and 1_( N. Yakima aye. For terms, etc., ad dreat the matron, Miss H. Bills. REAVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, Flrat National 1 Bask bulldliiK. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all State Courts. Olßce over Yakima National Bank. yy^ H. HARE, DENTIST. office over Poataffice. Yakima avenue, Nortb Yakima. U J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. /B**~-()ffirr over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all tha courts of tbe State and U. 8. land offices. W. L. JOSTII. 1. U. NKWHSN. JONES tt NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash p FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. I.ate Surgeon Washington state Sol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 August 1895

THE YAKIMA HERALD. X. U. RIKD. EDITOR ASP MANAGKk. Pabllahed every Thursday; sabacrlptlon HOD per year la advance. Adverttslus rates opon application. THURSDAY, AUQVST !9. 189 S. THE HOP LOUSE. Onr esteemed contemporary, tbe Daily Times, is exercising itself needlessly about tb* general character of th* report that many of tne Yakima hop yarda are thi* year in very bad order. Tbe fact is per fectly well known, and ia ao evident tbat no one who know* Anything whatever about tbe business can fail to notice it. It ia very poor policy to shut our eyes to thi* state of thing*, »nd is conduct worthy of the oetrich, tbat creature of folly and feathers, to suppose thst be cause we shut our eye* other* wont see. Bnt It is worse than foolish, it is dis tinctly hurtful to Ignore snd gloss over the unfortunate fact. The Timet is de serving of high commendation for ita en terprise, and Yakima and Th* Hsbald wish it all *uccess. But The Hebald baa been bere sines before North Yakima had an existe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 August 1895

TERSE TALES BF A WEEK "Tbe Herald" Searchlight Thrown Ofer City md County IIDLET OF INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS i Paragraphia Hits ol ).n..lp. Vorlrlr dalhrrrd .houl >orch Yaklasa aad Her Inilronlni . alter*. Oeorge L. Rose, a Puyallup hop buyer, ia in tb* city this week. A total eclipse of the moon is scheduled for September 3rd and 4th. Mia* Gr»c* Perry, of Cheney, i* visit ing the family of Prof. Mills. Mrs.. K. R. Herman, of Fairhaven, is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. A. J. Willis. T. G. Redfield and family and Orlando Reck and family have returned from Soda springs. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ssylor left for Tacoma Wednesday for a visit of two weeks. Mrs. Mary E. Fletcher and grandson returned Monday (rom a three weeks' visit to Tacoma. Mrs. A. B. Ross returned Tuesdsy from a visit of several weeks with Mrs. Andrew tiibson st Martin. 'L. E. Sperry and wife left on Wednes day for a visit of a week or ten days at Tacoma and neighboring resort*. School Superintendent J. F. Brown a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 August 1895

1 FIEII IP MIIiIBIUSI. Dlcrlaa tis* B»*r Fraaa th* Oravj riaaa His Wlls Alive. ._^ A *trange psychological phenomena is pnszling tbe residents of McDonald, a •mall settlement ju»t across tbe line in Pennsylvania, says a Burlington, N. V., special to tbe St. Loui* Republic. Tbomaa Wilcox came to thia place sev eral years ago from St. Louis and pur chased s farm. Mrs. Wilcox' health waa not very good, bnt the couple were re markably devoted to each other. Wilcox ia a somnambuliat and ofttime* at night his wife would dream of • certain *pot or place, and he, aa under influence beyond bi* control, wonld arise and go to ths scene If it wa* near by. He could never give any explanation of hia action and wa* apparently much surprised when he awoke. Daring a recent thunder storm light ning struck the Wilcox bona* and passed through tbe room in which Mrs. Wilcox was sitting. Though no mark* of the fluid conld be found en ber person, she had been struck, and the result proved apparently fatal....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 September 1895

VOL. vn. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. YAKIMA GOLD CURE INSTITUTE. (Kitabllsht-d lor the cure ol the drink disease.l once and Institute, cor. w. Walnut aud Selah ata. Onr proposition: No cure, un pay. in vestigate. I'll. W. W. Mi loKMH'K. D. A. SMITH, Manager. Physician in charge •pACOMA WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, 121 and 123 N. Yakiina aye. For terms, etc., ad dress the matron. Miss 11. Kills. JJEAVIS ,V ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Bank building. _^ g 0. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices lv Federal .and all Htate Courts. Office over Yakima National Bank. Iff H. HARE, DENTIST. Oflice over Posteffice. Yakima avenue. North Yakim*. TT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gtW Office over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all tha courts ol tbe State and U. H. land offices. W. L. JONIS. J. at. KIWaIAN. JONES & NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Nstlousl Bank, North Yakima, Wash p FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Late Surgeon Washington Hta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 September 1895

COFFINIUfIII f||| Pflfllft ALL WOOL FRENCH SUITINGS flL^^^L."^'*"" T3T3/^\Qi I IlLfl I ALL UUUUu Children's Wool Underwear^.^so^o.™^ i n■« *** o™. s ,. g .r,s, I *t.Jl\.V,^k>J» ef SSS FLEECE LINED HOSE, 16C per pair. || | Fruit Jars 90c Dozen IHE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER. Pabllsned every Thursday; aabacrlptlon fi.oo per rear In advance. Advertising rates i upon application. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1895. THE LESSON OF HOPS. Our esteemed, but youthful, contem porary, tbe Times, objects to the words of wisdom anent tbe condition of the Yakima bop yards wbich appeared in tbe last issue of Ths Hkrai.i*. We are quoted ss saying, "Ths Herald says tbe Timet is wrong." In this The Hibald is, as usual, right snd tbe Times is as wrong as tbe times are. A quotation from tbe local columns of this publica tion regarding the probably superior quality of tbis year's bop crop is an indi cation tbat this new Don Quixote is fight ing nineteenth century windmills, for it fails to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 September 1895

A BBPORTBB'S NOTEBOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Wiilcb Were Found Within Hi PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIPE All Carta af Paragraph, leathered In tlir metropalleol « antral Waah l"«ien aad tram Ihr Ureal and Fertile Cavalry Narraundlng 11. J. D. Cornett and family returned from tbs cosst Wednesday night. Theodore Daura has a sulphur spring j on his ranch in ihe east Selah that is said to be of exceptional medicinal merit. E. H. Clarke, the representative of a j leading San Francisco wool house, is in | ths city negotiating with the sheep men. J*'. E. Kelso, of this city, was elected first vice president ol tbe Epworth Lesmie, at tbe district convention at Spokane Ihki week. The Ahtanum academy is undergoing a thorough renovation preparatory to the beginning of the school year on the Mth of September. Charles F. Caldwell, who is largely in tereated in tbe mines of the Kootenai dis trict, is in the city for a visit with bis sister, Mrs. O, M. McKinney. A round trip rate of $3.50 between...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 September 1895

THE CALDARIA. Johanna, the wife of King Philip, tbe Fair of Spain, was passionately fond of painting. If she saw no matter what face, once, sbe could from memory so sketch it that everyone would be struck by the likeness. One day it pleased King Philip to in spect the Queen's sketch book. At that time Johanna waa styled "Royal High ness," wbile Philip, belonging to a royal family of foreign blood, was only styled "Highness," and in all the state docu ments her signature waa appended first and his afterward. Glancing through the pages of the sketch book, King Philip particularly noticed the face of a man, which had been drawn iv a variety of position:. Now he appeared aa a famous hero, now as a praying monk, now on bended knee before the lady he adored. This man must Indeed bave taken poasecslon of tbs Queen's imagination, seeing in bow many different characters sbe had por trayed him; and tbe tenderness of touch and delicacy of art which characterized these sketches seemed to show t...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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