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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 April 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Pardgup.ic Penciling, ol "Herald" Re porters in tbeir Searcn for Hews. MANY HATTERS OF LOCAL MOMENT I,oral li. in. 11. sai-aing Itilacrllaae nun l.vrnl* \1 lila I, llhii Trans. l>ir, ,1 In and about Monti Isklnm Hurl,., ihe l"-«i lltrk. K.I. Merwin has returned Irom Spo kane. F. Rndenbeck, the Ft. Simcoe miller, was iii the city Tuesday. A ton stamp mill haa been ordered Imilt in Seattle fur the Current milieu at Gold Hill. Dr. O. .1. Hill has lieen appointed county physician hy the commissioners at ii salary of $1.0. per year. It. A. Hume was in the ctty a large purl of the week attending to railroad matters before the land oflice. Mrs. i). W. Stair, who has been spend ing the winter with her sister, Mrs. Car ter, in Honolulu, is expected home about Mn; Ist. K. .1. Hamacher ia in the city visiting relatives. He haa sold bia photo graph gallery in Kllensburg and will Iry to regain his health. President I'enrose, of Whitman college, Walla Walla, was in attendanc...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 April 1897

Household Recipes and other Matters of Feminine Interest Hrrrlpr. foi limn.-'lmlr I nndlr*. Here are receipee for eevcral bome made candiee? To make chocolate almond*: Blanch the almond meats by pouring boiling water over them, and let them stand a few momenta; then turn the hot wnter oil and throw cold water over them. The akin may then lie easily ruhlied off. Break aome sweet chocolate into small 1 ci "S, put them in a small dish, and atand this dish over the tire in a pan of boiling water. When the chocolate in melted put a blanched nut meat en the point of a hatpin and dip it into the mel ted chocolate; then lay it on oiled paper to cool. When the chocolate liecomes set the meats may be again taken up with a pin ; such a second co .ting of the choc olate will please many that are very fond of chocolate. To make maple sugar candy, break one pound uf maple sugar into small pieces and put into a granite pan with two cape of milk, l'lace over the tire and cook until the milk ia boil...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 April 1897

The Herald is the only- Paper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. PRO FESS ION A L CARDS. Oaneu b. aaaraa, F.iiensburg, lax P. I -"ii 11 hit. North Yakima. ( "RAVES A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and a. Second floor, First National Hank huilallng. •yj C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. PnettOaN in Federal and all State Conrta. Offlce over Yakima National Hauk. \y H.HARE, DENTIST. Office over I'oatoffioe. Yakima avenue. North Vaklma. I I J. SNIVELY, .ATTORNEY AT LAW. gtgf' •" „ over Vaklma National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice ln all the courts ol the -Isle and t'. B, laud offices. W. L. IIINK.S. .1 K.Hlltllll. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Kirst National Bank. North Yakima, Wash WHITSON .«. PARKER' *i-wd wh.tsob > > I ruinrsaaiß ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gtWomtc lv First National Bank Building. 1)K P. FRANK, Physician and Scrgkon Office over First National Bank Offlce boara: ll to 12 a. m., 2t05 p. in. \iighl bell at olftce. PALMER E. HBO, M. D., PHYSICIAN a...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 April 1897

WAIL PAPER J^*» a. m «k«__rii_i« i New Styles . . CARPETS New Piices ME VAKIMA HERALD. I. M. RKED. BI.ITOK AND MANAtiKK Pnbllfthed every TlmrMay: ivbacrlptloa fl.oo pel year m advance. A-lvertiMiiK rates upon application. THURSDAY, APRIL a, 1897. TIME TO THINK. This Iron) the Oregonian of April l'.i'h . and it is well worthy of careful consider-1 ation; • * • "We are running be-j hind. Ia 1889 OUT receipts were M48.-I 136,670, and our expenditures 1856,46-,' sS'.i; but in l^'.Hi the receipts were M 09 -,-476,408, while expenditures bad grown to 1484,878,064. For the three years 1894, 18.5 and lS'.Hi tbe excess of expenditures over receipts was, in round numbers, $14".iii".ihii. This is a slate of things sufficient, not only to hurry congress to gether, but to (give every thoughtful citi zen pause. "Noeffort is being made to solve this problem by increasing revenues, and as revenues can only arise from tributes levied directly or indirectly upon the people, the government proposes to...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 April 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Par_gr.pl.ic Penciling. o. "Herald" Re porters Id tbeir .earcn for Hews. MANY MATTERS OF LOCAL MOMENT inni ii. ,„s ii, _»r,n„ii in., ttAmmm* ..<•- I I \. 1,1, I, II .<•.,- Trasia I'H.il 111 Mild \ Ihiiii >,arlli . aklllin ■Hiring Uir I'iia.i Week. Thos. Lund, ot the Alfalfa, is the owner of a new buggy. The hoy's dormatory at Fort Simcoe was completed last week. Bishop Wells will conduct confirms lion services st the Episcopal church ou Sunday. Mrs. Flora Rockett secured a divorce from George Rockett hefore Jud^e David eon this week. Mrs. T. K. Maher ol Kort Simcoe, left for l-.lli'i,nliiiri_ this morning on a visit to her daughter. tl. A. Fechter has leased the plats and records of the Yskims Ahstract company Irom Samuel Storrow. Dick Case, who has lieen keeping up hia record as an undefeated pugilist, re turned this week from Seattle. Tlie case of the Northern Pacific vs. J. 11. Ntedham resulted in a verdict for th" defendant, Court adjourned on Friday,...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 April 1897

Short Tales Entertaingly Told. feminine Mrklrnei*. A writer, who is evidently of Quaker extraction, is responsible for this l "Yea; verily, girls are of few days and full of mischief, and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise. When tbe fair onp clipweth her gum with much ha«te and etampeth her pretty fool, then beware. She cometh forth in Ibe evening with low neck and short sleeves, and in the morning the lieth iv bed while her moth er hustleth She eateth all winter of the devoted young man's oysters and par taketh with glee ol hia sleigh rides, but wben the gentle springtime cometh, shl winketh the other eye snd goeth forth with Ilie new beaux." ■ -•_»» — -Kiinir. 11l Till* oamiii« The Providence Journal says thai Mine. Blame thinks that the young men of America are the most chivalrous in the world. Tbis is a distinguished compli ment from the eminent Frenchwoman, and it would be gratifying to think that it was deserved. Bal WS greatly fear that the actual manners of our young ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 April 1897

The Herald is the only Taper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ( AKK..I.L X lißtl'Bl, Klll'llSlllirH. Ika I' Km.liiiart, North Yakima, ( IRAVtt A KNGLKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. I'.naiiiis 7 ainl 8, Second floor, Flrat National ra ik titilMltiK. SJ 0. HKN'TON. to* ATTORNEY AT LAW. l'rai Weat in Federal and sll state Courts. Office over Yakima National Hank. 11. HAUK, DENTIST. Offloe over .'oKfofliee, Yakima avenue, Nortb Yakima. 1 J J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. fyaiiniee over Vaklma Natlnnal Bank. North aklina. Will pracllee 111 all the courts ol the state ami I. I. land offices. W. 1.. .IHSBB. J. M. NEWMIK. JUNKS A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Firat Natlnnal Hank. Nortti Yakima, Waah WHITSONAPAKKER' "town whit-oh > \ . rain I'lHn, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. f^-intiee in First National Bank Biiildlnf. I Ut I. FRANK, Physician and Surgeon Office over First National Bank Office hours: 11 to IS a. ■„ 2t06 p. in. Sight licll at office. VI.MER E. lIEG, M. D., ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 April 1897

WALL PAPER . . CARPETS ME YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. REED. EDITOR AMI MANAGER Pnl.llahi'il every Tliuraaiay: mih.i-rlj.tl,in f1 no per year in advance, a .Kenning rates ll|a..|| »|.|.|ii B'liill. THURSDAY. APRIL SO, 1897. Theodore Havermeyer, the great sugar baron, died at his home in New York. April lii. Even his millions would not aave him from the ravages of the grip— or, it might be said, lie failed to get sugar-cured. The' Kentucky legislature found time in spite of its senatorial troubles to pass a bill reducing the salary of the adjutant - general from rfl.uo to tl per year. If generals are only worth a dollar a year in the blue-grass State her large stock ol colonels must find it very short picking It is eetimated that Ihe loss of property caused by the Mississippi floods will reach $100^00,000. This an.l the further fact that .'i)i lives have been lost should be sutllcient to arouse the people of the great valley to the wisdom of mending levees before the waters are at their door...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 April 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Paragraphic Penciling, ol "Herald" Re porters in their Searco for Hews. MANY MATTERS Of LOCAL MOMENT I „, ni Ham, 11. larding Hi.. . risnr. ••". Ir. rills VI 1,1. I, II uir irsni. m. .I In nnd limiit >nrili liiklniii ■InrliiK ihr I'sx link. Wm. Imhrie expects to leave for Port land net seek via Ooldendale and The -Mist, The uonvenir programs for the gradua ting l.i-i of '117 are the finest ever seen in this city. Billey Wren left yesterday with saddle ami pack horses for the liosaland district where he has Home mining interests. ('. M Hauser thinks Yakima ia good • n a.i-b f..r bim, so has returned to re . main after a year's absence in Missouri. Hit family will follow shortly. Mra. I>. W. Stair and youngest son arrived home on Monday evening from tbs Hawaiian islands where they spent the winter most pleasantly with Mrs. Fred Carter. Mr. I-;. ▼. Smillny states that 10 cts per Ih. is Iwing paid for wool on the Yellowstone. As the price in Yakinia is only 7% c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 April 1897

The Herald's Encyclopaedia of Knowledge and Queer Facts liipi Una 1 niim_r. A French doctor declares that he has ' discovered s means of injecting courage into men hy means of a syringe. The material he uspr is a mixture of sea water and phenic acid. __■— -^—*^. • • Hil!»i IWrdltal 11.. i|... The oldest medical recipe is said by a French medical journal to lie that of a hair tonic for an Egyptian queen. Il is dated 400 B. C, snd directs that dogs' paws and asses' luiofs lie boiled with dates in oil. —— — -m^*- « rrlllloutr of liarnii In Kngland no physician may legally give a certificale of the cause of death unless he haa prescribed for the person at least 48 hours before death. Without such certificate no undertaker is per mitted to bury the body. Nome I urli.aii 1, •. of Mill Ide. The late Sir 15. W. Richardson is credi ted with the follow ing curious information on suicides r The rate of suicides is highest in the hi-t four days ol .lime and lowest in February , more common amon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 May 1897

The Herald is the only Piper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. PItOFi:ssiOSAL CARDS. CAMMUB, OBaVeS, Flli'inliiir-f, Ika I. I ■■■■, i ii ihi North Y«kim». ( JU.WKS _ ENULKHART, attorneys at law. KfHiinn 7 ami H, Scoml flour, Flrat National Hunk hiilMiug SC 0. lIKNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'ihi iii.« in PsdSMl ami all State Coarta. Office ri <t Vukimi. NtitiiiiiHl rank. 11. MARK, DENTIST. Office nvf.-r Post-office. Yakima avenue, North YHkiinn. II J. SNIVKLY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. /■•-office over Yakima National Bank, North YHkimH. Will prartica in all tha court.of the Kateaad T. s. laml offlcea. At. 1.. KINKS. .in M*ms. JONKS Jk NKWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Hank, North Yakima, Waul) W'HITSONAPARKERj *dkd whit-son » > 1 FRKD PAHIKR ATTORNEYS AT LAW. f,ari>*lic'<* In Flrft National Bank Building. J)K P. FRANK, Physician and Surgeon Office over Kn>i National Bank (Mice hours: 11 to 12 a. in., 2t05 p. m. Niijlit bell at office. J7LMER E. lIEU, M. D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 May 1897

WALL PAPER) naaaiMMM N6W StVI6S . . CARPETS New P. ices ME YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. REF.iI. KIIITOK ANH M IHAOIR Published every Tlmrnlay; satMCription lI.OU l»er year in ad-ranee. AdvsrUaiui rates iipnii application. THURSDAY, MAY t, Ut7. (iovernor Blink has signed the bill creating Greater New York. Mr. Bayard says Mr. Cleveland is tie logical candidate of the democracy for 1900. Mr. Bayard fails to recognize that he is not in touch with the democracy ai he and a few thousand more Kilted the national ticket last year and a-sistrd in the election of McKinley. The C S. senate has killtd the general arbitrstion treaty bill by a Vote of 43 to 26. The grounds were that as amende,l the bill was objectionable and contradic tory in terms, but a ruling Influence was that an alliance with a nation which bad taken such a i>ectiliar stand regarding tin (iraeco-Turkish imbroglio was undesira ble. James Hamilton Lewis is making him self recognized in congress. This time it isn't the report of lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 May 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST I'dr-ignpUlc Penciling ol "Herald" Re porters in tbelr Searcn for News. IAII HATTERS OF LOCAL MOMENT I.ccml li. "i» Hi eardtng *»li«« • llniii nu. Kvrtil. \» m. li Hi, i. Tr.ni l'l.< .1 111 Hiid I In.in >nrlli » Mkltnit IturliiK (In- I'm.l Hiik. Attorney W. L. Jones will deliver the Meai'.rial -lay address at Olympia. Mrs. (). A. Feebler has gone to Wis lonsinoua visit to the relatives of her husband. The ladies if the M. K. church will S' ris dinner at the Hotel Bartholet on I Is. oration day. A. M Toby and Frank McCandless are iv tlie city from Fllensburg, having made the trip "ii their wheels. Meeari Court w right and Barnett of V (Kiiua Cty, will leave on Monday with a band of saddle ponies for the I! j- 'and lliS.ri: t. Married, at North Yakima, May tith, by Justice Frank Rodman, I.ouis l.anch of theCowychee, to Mrs. Augusta Shane nf Parker Bottom. '■Mud" PoWtll and Hick Ball are mak ing arrangement! to go to their mining claim* in the Gold Hill distric...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 May 1897

The Herald's Encyclopaedia of Knowledge and Queer Facts HIS VIGILANCE REWARDED Vh» Story of • Man Who VTw Prrparrd For Toot pad*. There is a man in Buenii Park who has always been afraid of being robbed by footpads. A few weeks ago he decided that he would prepare himself to defend his property and person if attacked. So he purchased a revolver—not nn ordi nary revolver, but a long barreled one, the sort the cowboys rurry 081 west. For several nights he carried the gnu, and the assurance with whit h be walki d no doubt frightened the footpads, for they left him unmolested. He was pleased with the M nas of security he felt from tho thumping of this wea] i against his leg, and his fears were quiet ed nntil one night not long ago. Tbe sidewalks were slippery, and he was picking his way along toward his home, when n man bumped against bin. The offender was profuse in his sp i!o --gies as ho straggled to rcguiu his foot hold. "It was purely accidental, I assuro yon, sir," said he. "Certa...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 May 1897

SUPPLEMENT. ■ lAfll/f ~ a A CYCLONE COMING ! * THE STAR CIOTHING HOUSE * MAY 15 TO 23. : - Here fs me Besf! ,-,,* * ■ * ■ 1: ISOtIS VVI ( IjH lion Prices be flic (■ui<liii;*'S<ai* I* flisif will lead Wise Ssii,vci*« fo our Store. m^mmmmmamnm—~mammmxmm»m***mmuAmwmmmm' I Me a Day Off! - [Vakii I 'ill, ■itomiv.i; r*rl the I ill H i of ' g I I I I. H. DILLS i CO.

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 6 May 1897

CUSTOMS OF COSTERS. Kbey Vend • lrr, «H.,ii« I.lfr, bnt Are I'lil !oM>|iher. All tlie Time. A writer In the London Quiver says that the oosteni am now a largo class. Though the coster's work is extremely hard and his profits are precarious be lives for a good purpose. When be speaks of himself as "a general dealer," be meana that he trades In anything which ; enables him to turn an honest penny. Ills ordinary mode of life Is even lower | than is meant by living from hand to mouth. When ho turns out in the small hours of the morning to look round the markets, he may not even know whotber this trafflo for tho day will consist in fish, vegetables or fruit Ho may take • hasty penny breakfast In tho street and then go to Billingsgato with the idea of "loading up" with the first, only to find that everything is too dear, and then ho must hie away to Spitalflolds or [ Covcnt Garden. When he thn. arises with the lark, hr cannot t»ll whether he will havo "a good day" or a very poor one. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 May 1897

The Herald is the only Taper printed and pub lished wholly in Yakima VOL. IX. I'ROFESSIOX.IL CARDS. I'AiiKoi.f. h. (iHAvrs. Rlleasbarf. Ika I' Knm.khart, North Yakima, ( JR.WKS i KNGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room. 7 and a, rteeond floor, First National Hank hull ling. S^ 0. HKNTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'raitiieain Federal and all State t'ourtn. Office fner Yakim.i National Hank. ii. iiari:, DENTIST. Offlca over FoStOflee, Yakima avcu'ie, North Yakima. 1 I .1. SNIVKLY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. f^^Onee over Vakinia National Rank. North Yakima. Will practice in all tbycourtiot the Slate ami I. .S. land oithi s. J. U NiWXIN. W. 1,. .10NF.S. TONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. (Her First National Bank.Notth Yakima, Wash W'HITSON AI'AUKER' »»» whitson ATTORNEYS AT LAW. f^-Oltico in First National Rank Building. l)lt I. FRANK, Physician and Surgeon OSes over First National Bank Office boon: 11 to 18 a. m., 2t05 p. m. Night bell at office. 1-TI.MKIi B. 11 KG, M. I)., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Ofllca over c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 May 1897

WAIL PAPER)" ewD«sj,Bns n mnrirn i Styles . . CARPETS New P. ices fHE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. REKP, EIIITOK AND MASVIKK PiibltKhed evrry Thiitxlsy; niMcrlpHim 11 .(*' lit year in advance. Aiivertinlng rates upou application. THURSDAY, MAY IS, Hf7, The old trite saying that certain contti tions depend upon "whose ox is gored" is again illustrated by our national legis lature. A year ago the republicans in the senate refused to place an extra tax ujion beer as a revenue measure. Now the finance committee has vot»d to in. crease the tax 44 cents per barrel. Thit change is due to the responsibility which rests upon the republicans of replenish ing the treasury. Oregonian : Naturally, the manufac turers of leather cry out against the duty on hides. All they say almut its increas ing the costs of shoes is true, but it can not increase the price as much as the duty on shoos, which they insist upon retaining. Wearers of.shots may as well be taxed to protect producers of shoes. There is precise...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 May 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Paragraphic Penciling ol "Herald" Re porters In their Searcn for Hews. MANY MATTERS OF LOCAL MOMENT I •'. • I lli in* li' gii rill iik til*, fllmn* ■ Mi* ■ >• in* « (Hi h llhii Irani. I'll. .I in wild V l.i.in Norlli lahlina llurlng Hir l'a*l Urra. W. H. Oaines and Jennie Hill, both colored, were married on Monday by Jus tice Hodman. Jink Sinsel, Tim Monohan and Joe 1- ife i xpect to get away Friday for the mines of the Trail creek district. Mrs. .1. I). Cornell's condition of health, which has been giving her family and friends great anxiety, is said to be much improved this week. \V. L Coiiolly arrived on Sunday from from Pendleton, Or., and expects to re reaiatn until his health, whijh baa been quite |K>or of late, is improved. Don't miss the Bed Letter sale of the Star Clothing house, beginning Saturday, May loth, ending Saturday, May L'2d. Special bargains each day. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown left on Mon day's train for Canton, New York, where they will r...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 13 May 1897

The Herald's Encyclopaedia of Knowledge and Queer Facts Hllllnr.l llall* lull Human I.lira. The chances are that a billiard ball nf the first quality has cost at least one hu man life; and there is not one such ball which may not truly lie said to be stained with men's blood. They can hardly lie considered, therefore, a cheerful accom paniment to a sensitive person's diver eioni. Il ii estimated that every large caravan bringing ivory to the coast has coet more than 100 human lives through fight! and murders in the course of tlie expedition. Thirty more men are likely to have sncciiiulied to fevers or other diseases and the fatigues of tbe march. The hunting of tbe elephants and the capture of the ivory are very likely to have caused the death of ten men altogeth er. Such casualties are the rule in ele phant hunting rather than the exception An average tusk does not furnish more than enough material for two good bil liard balls. 'Inltltilliilliß I rndltlnn, It may pot be generally k...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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