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urnnXTXft OKEGOXIAy, TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915.
HEAD OF SCOTTISH RITE MASONRY IN THIS STATE AND MASONS
HOTELMEN TdAY ASK
28 TAKEN IN HOTEL
' RAID FACE COURT
Save Green Trading Stamps and Reduce the High Cost of Living!
Manicuring and Hairdressing Parlors, 2d Floor-Tea Room, 4th Floor
IN HIGH 5TANDIWG WJAU wiui rnxioius
VOTE ON DRYCHANG
Frank A. Clark, Owner of Al
leged Disorderly House,
Held for Grand Jury.
EIGHT ATTORNEYS PLEAD
J'ollec Testify Keeper of Place Was
AYarned to "Clean Up" JO Plead
Guile), Six Fined and 13 to
Be Heard Thursday.
Frank A. Clark, proprietor of the
Clark Hotel, was bound over to the
Fraud Jury under 1500 bond to answer
the charge of conducting a disorderly
house: six men arrested in the hotel in
the Sunday morning raid were fined $10
each; 13 cases arising from the same
raid were continued until Thursday
nd two men and six girls were dis
charged or continued scctences were im
posed on them for statutory charges to
-which they pleaded guilty, when all 28
captives" appeared before Municipal
Judge Stevenson yesterday afternoon.
A Jury trial was asked for by At
torney W. M. Davis, who represented
Clark, but as the charge was made an
indictable misdemeanor, the motion was
dismissed. Mr. Clark was not put on
the stand. Ten persons arrested
changed their pleas of not guilty to
guilty at the close of the afternoon,
when the evidence offered by the raid
ers had been heard. Among the law
yers interested in the case are Attor
neys W. M. Davis. F M. Long. J. H.
Page. H. Bennett, George Tazwell. A.
TV. Orton, A. B. Ferrers, and T. B. Mc
Devltt. Clark Waraed. Raider Testifies.
Tollce Lieutenant Harms testified to
details of the raid at S o'clock Sunday
morning. He mentioned the sums sev
eral of the girls arrested had said they
had paid for rooms and what men were
paying them. The raid was the result
of many complaints, testified Lieuten
ant Harms, who declared that in sev
eral conversations with Mr. Clark he
had warned the botelkeeper that the
Clnrk Hotel would have to be "cleaned
up' or arrests would be made.
Police Srgeant Wells testified to
arresting Mr. Clark on a warrant half
an hour after the hotel had been raided.
Answering accusations that rooms had
been broken Into by the police. Patrol
man Wise said:
"There was only one door broken in.
I did that for I had a warrant for the
Arrest of the woman inside, who re
fused to open the door."
Six Slea Are Piaed.
In addition to the holding of Mr.
Clark for action of the grand Jury,
statutory charges were disposed of
against others arrested in the raid by
Judge Stevenson as follows: J. W. Bar
low. $10 fine: C. F. Hubbard, $10 fine;
Angle Angleson. 110 fine: John Aid
rich, discharged: Eva Felton, dis
charged: Katherine Johnson, continued
for sentence; Lettie Sanders, continued
for sentence: Mamie Sullivan, con
tinued for sentence: Hugo Wagner, 110
fine; Charles Gilbert, 110 fine: Olga
Olsen. continued for sentence; Bessie
Williams, continued for sentence; Alf
Parky, discharged; Leek Davis, $10
Those who entered pleas of not guilty
and who will have a hearing Thurs
day were: Mrs. Kose Kline. Clyde Kel
lev. -H. U Anderson, Virginia Miller.
Ralph Scruggs, Mrs. B. Morris. Eva
Kent. Georgia Davis, Betsy McGee.
Ethel Krelta. Gertrude Henderson. Mrs.
Ada Parsons and Mrs. O. L, Bowers.
CITY PAYS FOR INJURY
Slan Kicked by Fire Horse Allowed
135, bnt Liability 'ot Admitted.
Although City Attorney LaRoche has
ruled that the city is not liable for
carnages in personal injury cases, the
city Council yesterday decided to give
K. Raino $125 because of his having
been kicked by a fire bureau horse.
Mr. Raino was working In the street
for the Portland Railway, Light &
Power Company, when a pair of fire
horses in charge of a fireman passed
near him, and one of the horses kicked
He was In the hospital three months,
during which time the streetcar com
pany paid Ms medical bills, but not his
salary. He has a wife and four chil
dren. This was the principal factor
considered by the Council in extending
KLAMATH FALLS LAUDED
Tom JUchnrdon Reports Southern
City to Be Optimistic.
"1 would call the tenor of the people
in Southern Oregon optimistic." said
Tom Richardson yesterday after his re
turn from a vinit to Ashland. "I was
surprised at the finished appearance
of Klamath Falls. The residents of
Klamath Falls are great boosters.
They are making an attempt through
their Chamber of Commerce to have
visitors to the Panama-Pacific Exposi
tion stop over at Klsmath Falls.
"Ashland and Medford are Just 13
miles apart and were enemies Instead
of rivals a few years ago. Now the
two towns work hand in hand and
there is an automobile bus service ply
ing on a good road between the towns,
for which the fare Is only IS cents."
LICENSE MAY BE LOWERED
Collection Agencies Withdraw Ob
jection to Bonding Provision.
As a result of a protest by collection
asencies against provision of the newly
a'lopie.1 license code requiring the pay
ment of a license fee of IIS.AA a quar
ter, it la probable the amount will be
reduced. The question was aired yes
terday before City Commissioner Bige
low at a meeting at the City Hall.
I'p to the time of the adoption of the
new code the collection concerns paid
no license. It was agreed at the meet
ing yester.lay that some license should
be required, but It 1 contended that
III 5 a quarter year is too much.
Objection to the 1500 bonding provision-has
SPOKANE OFFICIAL DIES
Kobert Knlrley, CrimmlssloHer of
Finance, Kxplrrs Suddenly.
SPOKANE. Jan. II. Robert Fairley,
City Commissioner in charge of finance,
died in a doctor's office today of an
acute swelling of the larynx. He had a
tonsil removed yesterday and while at
home noticed that he was slowly chok
inc. He went hurriedly to the doctor's of
fice, where be died in 20 minutes.
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Dr. H. A. Rosenkranz Finds No
Basis for Atrocity Charge.
BALKAN STRUGGLE CITED
Log Angeles Physician With Troops
or Servia Compares Incidents or
Two Conriicts Berlin' Is De
clared Busy and Qniet.
That stories circulated during the
first few weeks of the war regarding
atrocities by both the allies and 0r-
man fn,K,a u- AT MSFMrilt ffrOSSW
and that the Balkan war inspired
mucn more innuman ireaimem
the present conflict, are statements
made by Dr. Herbert A. Rosenkranx, of
Los Angeles, who arrived in Portland
yesterday on his way home after an
absence of more than three years in
Dr. Rosenkrana had left Germany
and was in London when war was de
clared. His mother and sister have
been in Berlin almost since the begin
ning of hostilities, and have found the
situation there almost as tranquil as in
times of peace. Living conditions even
have improved, the cost of some neces
sities being lower than in norma! times,
Dr. Rosenkranx was In Servia during
the Balkan war. He Joined the Servian
colors as a surgeon, with the rank of
Major, and remained there two months.
As a mark for his services he was dec-
. - i . . v. .uA a-a- nf .i finn Savfl
uiaira win, iuv wv) w ...w -
a high military honor. He brought
OaCK lO Amoricn lim tucuai,
with a handful of bullets and shrapnel
which ha extricated from Servian sol
"There is nothing to substantiate tne
Willi DIUI IDO V I-. f v . . v . - c -
soldiers on either side in the present
1 J V "C-l TT1 0 nf
war, 6aiu isr. AuBcuai""
. . rl it avm
in c reporia woiv "
pathy and some were due to the imag
ination or tne xerror-sinv-cu ci uft
from the war sone.
"It was in the Balkan war, however,
that some atrocious things were done.
The Bulgarians stopped at nothing. 1
AnA muba u hpra thd R 1 1 1 -
vttll fuilii iw " " .
garians captured a band of 40 Servians;
they compeiieo xneir ii"'"
move their clotning ana m
. w . mk-0.j. All nf the Ser-
lure uijuuci b,.v.ie. - i
vlans were killed except three. On the
following iay i touna i"
. . i. . i. t.. .karca Two nf the
aiiu iw uiem n . o - -- -
soldiers recovered and the third suc
cumbed to the terrioie wounoa luun-icu
on his naked body."
n . i - A mri(BTI and
1 ' I . iD9CIiniaii O..J a ........ - --
South American women in Germany are
performing a great worn tor mc ice
. V. In f-" r-r-n h n V Ann in giVlhg
assistance to the soldiers at the front
as well as to wounaea capnw. iio
predicts that the war will continue two
or three years, or until a decisive bat
tle is won. Me eciares ine ucim.u
people are united and determined to
win their cause at any cost.
IT. Rosenkranx studied surgery In
Berlin with Dr. Thomas TV. Ross, now
of Portland. He is staying at the Cor
nelius. MAN DIES IN STREETCAR
C. E. Parmenter Stricken While Ke
turnin? Ilomo Front Work.
C E. Parmenter. a carpenter, of 18
East Eighty-Fourth street North, died
on a Montavilla streetcar yesterday
while he was returning home from
work. Heart failure Is thought to have
been the cause of death. Mr. Parmenter
was removed to tie Emergency Hos
pital for treatment, but death appar
ently was instantaneous.
For IS years Mr. Parmenter has made
his home in Portland and for the past
five years In Montavilla. . He was 63
years old and was born in New York,
but came to Oregon from Minnesota,
A wife and four children survive him.
The children are: George A. Parmenter,
Guv H. Parmenter, Charles J. Par
menter and Madge A. Parmenter. He
was a member of the United Artisans.
TWO HELD FOR ROBBERIES
Suspects Have Stolen Watch and
MonogTam Kings In Possession.
Wfth a watch stolen from the home
of H. L. Hall, 651 East Thirty-second
WAR STORIES DENIED
I t'' V-:' "SSs . l
atsB-a-ssaaiiasl I '
street, on May 8. 1914. in their pas
session, Charles Lett and Ed Wood
ard were arrested by City Detectives
Tichenor and Cahill yesteray. Several
heavy gold monogram rings also were
found in their possession and their
ownership could not be accounted for
by the men.
The arrest was made when the men
were seen acting peculiarly at Third
and Ankeny streets. The watch, -which
is a woman's model with the initials
"G. E. H." on the back, was soon
Identified as one stolen last May. Burg
lary charges may be pressed against
HIGH MASONSTO GATHER
VARIOUS DEGREES TO BE CON
FERRED IX SCOTTISH RITE.
Semi-Annual Reunlcn Will Be Held
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Reception Ielne Planned.
Masons of high degree will gather at
the Scottish Rite Cathedral Thursday,
Friday and Saturday of this week for
the 31st semi-annual reunion of the
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite
members of the Southern jurisdiction.
Valley of Portland. Various degrees
will be conferred under the . general
direction of Philip S. Malcom, sov
ereign grand inspector-general, head
of the order in this state.
Presiding officers over the various
lodges which will confer the degree
are: Colonel Robert A. Miller, vener
able master, Oregon Lodge of Perfec
tion, No. 1: Wallace McCamant, wise
master, Alnsworth Chapter, No. 1,
Knights Rose Croix; B. B. Beekman,
commander Council No. 1, Knights Ka
dosh. and Louis. G. Clarke, venerable
master of the Kadosh, Oregon Consis
tory, No. 1, M. R. a
A reception will be held for visiting
brethren and candidates Thursday
morninc at 9. and at 10 o'clock tho
fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth
degrees will be conferred by Oregon
Lodge. In th afternoon between 2
and 3 the ninth, tenth, 11th, 12th and
13th degrees will be conferred and the
14th degree will be given at ? P. M.
On Thursday night the Impressive 15th
degree ceremonies will be held.
The 16th. 17th and 18th degrees will
be conferred on Friday at 9 A. M.. and
at 10:15 A. M. degrees from the 19th to
the 28tb, inclusive, will be given. The
23th degree will be conferred at 2
P. M. and the 30th desrej at 3 o'clock.
At 8 P. M- the 31st degree will be
E. G. Jones will deliver. an address
to the class on the symbolism and
teachings of the degrees at 11 A. M. on
Saturday, and at noon the 32d-degree
members of the class will be photo
graphed. The 32d degree will be con
ferred upon candidates at S P. M. Sat
PRANK COSTS YOUTH $100
Otto Neubauer Fined' Tor Turning In
False Fire Alarm.
Pleading guilty to turning in a false
fire alarm. Otto Newbauer, 22 years
old, of Broadway and Lincoln street,
vesterday morning was fined J100 by
Municipal Judge Stevenson. Newbauer
was arrested Saturday night within
a i .... .,,a an alarm YmA been
.j minum a.. -----
turned in from the Portland Lumber
Company oook, to wmcu nvo xno tym
panies and the fireboat responded.
As the law provides that the inform
ant or complainant shall be paid one
half of the line levied in such a case,
H. P. Coffin, chairman of the Public
Safety Commission, who assisted Fire
Marshal Stevens in finding the qulprit
received 350, which he will pay over
to the Commission's fund for distribu
tion of fire prevention literature.
Association Members to Meet
Today to Discuss Petition
J for Special Election.
PLEA TO ASSEMBLY PENDS
Plan Prohibits All Bars and Saloons
and Proposes Serving of Beer and
Other Liquor Under Prohi
A petition asking for a special elec
tion in November, when there would be
submitted a constitutional amendment
modifying the "dry" amendment passed
last November, will De brought before
the Oregon State- Hotelmen's Associa
tion at the Multnomah Hotel today,
and. if approved by that body, will be
presented to the State Legislature now
If the Hotelmen's Association sanc
tions the petition copies will be sent
to every city and community in the
state for signatures. When 50.000 have
subscribed the petition will be present
ed to the Legislature, with the proposed
constitutional amendment now being
drafted. The association leaders plan
to have on the petition names of some
of the best-known residents of Oregon.
The petitions will be circulated by the
hotelmen themselves and there will be
no paid circulators at work.
All Saloons Prohibited.
The petition and proposed amendment
would, among, other things, ask the
. . 1 tha ntmltned selling
vuiers IU am.uv - - -
of malt liquors and other products of
Drewenes in me emio ,
tha aalllnv nf linUOrS tO
, . , A Wrmnv rfltRtrthutinat
noiei pan una -----!... t
depots lor laiHiij ----
the establishment or operation of a bar
barroom or saiwon j v. ... -
state. The amendment will carry a
provision keeping the local option law
in eiiei;i. ' , . ,
mw- . : . ! nthtnli trnAH h f-T f T O tllO
j lie jjciiuuii , ....... o ; --
hotelmen today ana wmcu, 11 is
pected, will be approved, follows:
To the Legislative Assemoiy 01 mo
of Oregon: We, tlis undersigned citizens and
legal voters of the State of Oregon, be
ti.vHn, tr, hnmi manufacture and local in
dustry, and that It is far better (or the
moral ana Dusiness mwreow vi - . -that
breweries located within the State or
Oregon be permitted to manufacture and sell
malt liquors and othor products of said
breweries to the people of this state, and to
export said products from the state, and
that hotels should be permitted to supply
their patrons with liquors, and that sales
of liquor by home distributing depots for
family consumption should be permitted,
rather than that breweries and dealers out
side the state, or who are not under the
supervision of the officers of this state,
should be permitted to ship malt and other
liquors Into the state for consumption by
the inhabitants, respectfully petition the
Legislative Assembly of the State of Oregon
to cause to be submitted to the people of
tho state at a special election to be held
,n, nm nrlment nf ttlS
in lovemoer, -itu. " '"r . C
constitution of the state which shall modify
the so-called -dry a menu raoui. .........
been already passed and which takes effect
January 1, " - --
within the State of Oregon to manufacture
ana sen tne piwukw i .,-
hotels, distributing depots and for family
consumption within the state, and to shin
the same to other states: and also to permit
hotels to supply liquors to their patrons,
and that local distributing depots may be
maintained for the sale of liquors for family
trade only; all such breweries, hotels and
distributing depots to be located within the
state, and licenses for the operation ot tne
same to oe issuea
governing bodies of such municipalities, it
. .1 u - ma ha r- hn r - r ml m or
Demy unueraiwju wv -v .. h
saloon shall be operated in thia state: and
..... ....,i,..,iAnal amendment
shall contain a provision authorising : the le
gal voters or cities mo -
state to- suspend or reject the operation of
said amendment within the limits of such
Incorporated cities or towns.
Meeting to Be Held Today.
n.u- unnlmoti'n Association will be
In session today and tomorrow. ine
meetings open at lu ociocs. iu
i., t fhc. "Multnomah. There
will be a luncheon at the Commercial
Club at 12:30 today.
There will be between 50 and 75
. . 1,. .HanHanrp. delegates
notei-meii " ' .
from Tillamook, Marshfield, Newport,
Albany, Medford and intermediate
points already being in the city.
Several other hotel-men's problems
will come before the convention, chief
of which are hotel "dead beats," pro
fessional checkwriters and good roads.
especially tne raciuo n'8""J
.imoTi'a Association had been un-
11 n in fhf nast in the up
building of the highway In the North-
Tho innnal election of officers will
be held Wednesday
CAVORTING GIRLS WIN
TWO GREAT ACTS VIE FOR FIRST
PLACE AT PANTACES.
Eleven "Whirlwind Beauties Slngt and
Dance, Llghtnlns Buss Set AU
Langhlns and Others Delight.
r.. ... 1 .j i .. jiBDimn,, a r 1 4 divide
i wv . . ........ .
headline place on Pantages' bill for
lis weeK, xne 11 wuiriwuiu uchum,
ho have gifted feet and voices, dance
and sing with acrobatic tendencies.
e of the 11 is a regular limb or batan
her deviltries, "Kidding - tne orcneo-
.t.i-jni nn tha nlhpm In the
I .1, J'i "'"h "
eievenette" and poking royal fun at
herself. She should by all odds be pro
grammed as to name and fame, sne is
eccentric toe cancer anu m a.
song sne jmn.at.es awnio ui t.n
i.K.n rt th ctnorA. She dresses
H-JIV" ' ' 1 -
. v, . , r A la a rinrinff
B. Kftreyiuw 6'"t i,v m . .
id original comedienne. The rest ot
11 beauties oress in smart
1U Ullll-C avuu.a..
The two lightning bugs, O'Neil and
Wamsley. are the laugh hit of the show.
of the two Is a fidgety, nervous.
d-to-aeath individual wiin a iare,
a luai f . li fc DbH , . ,
ii-foolish smile that sets his audi-
'nee nis6ii"6. i l . . . . l 1 -. - -itraight,
and the two play into each
ier s patter ana caiiin jub "
Idity. All tneir quipa are sparminB,
and fresh from the fun mint. The
sine-, and nicely, too, wnen tnej
started. Their act goes great as
The sketch on the bill is farcical in
nature and has for subject a highly
imorous adjustment ot tne tunrese
estion. Cora Simpson, a capable
ss. plays the role or a sunragei-
... v, ,.,, fnr nfTir-A dtirlnST
of the jaunts of her travellng
iman husband. The husband is
(-splendidly enacted by Robert Simpson;
makes a great snowing wii.ii wi
in the audience, who applaud hali-
Slmpson s Keen remaras on ui
The sketch is of quick action
la noma luiciu
Artistic and full of melody is the or-
'ing of Alauame emi aim oigiiur
sreri, operatic duetists, who sing In
Italian only. Their selections are well
Opening the bill is the Baker troupe
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Pacific Phone Marshall 4800 Home Phone A 6231
37th Annual Clearance
Rare Opportunities to Save on Dependable Merchandise
Sale Silk Petticoats
, 4 Splendid Offerings
Second Hoor Clearance of hundreds of high
grade Silk Petticoats grouped into four special
lots for easy choosing. All popular styles, all
colors, all sizes. S. & H. Stamps given Free.
Lot l$2.29 .
Second Floor These excellent Petticoats ar
made of good quality silk messaline messa
line with silk jersey top and all-silk jersey.
Deep and narrow flounces ani CJO 29
tape bands. All colors. Clearance
Lot 2 $2.59
Second Floor Petticoats in this lot worth up
to $4.50. Splendid heavy quality silk messa
line, messaline with silk jersey top or all-silk
jersey. Plain and plaited flounces fl?Q CfQ
Complete line of colors. Special V
.Lot 3 -$3.59
Second Floor In this assortment there are
wide range of styles. Some of crepe de chine,
others of messaline and silk jersey. Wide
and narrow flounces. All colors CQffQ
in this special lot. Clearance at P
Lot 4 $5.00
Second Floor Women's high-grade Petticoats
of silk messaline, silk jersey, crepe de chine,
etc. Plain colors and fancy effects. Wide or
narrow plaited flounces. Patent CJff ffk
bands. Choice of these Petticoats P
lines women s and
n r i c e d for Tues
day's selling way
below real worth.
Aprons of a good
errade of gingham.
Open down sitle-
front and tnmmea
with bias bands.
StraD across back
and pockets, 57 ins. Qr
long. Priced special
Bargain Circle Children's
blue and white check Aprons,
made kimono style in5?Qc
ages 2 to 6, Clearance
Child's Aprons 39 Kimono
style, blue and pink check
ginghams, trimmed with
braids. Sizes i ana vu
6. Priced very special''
$1.00 Set of 3 Potts' Irons 85
$1.75 Self-Wringing Mop Pails,
priced very special, each $1.39
25o Sleeve Boards, special 19?
Standard $3.50 guaranteed Elec
tric Irons, Sale Price $2.69
of cyclists, two pretty girls and a trio
of men, who dash Into comedy awheel.
ASSESSOR WRITES BOOK
"Factors of Value" Tells How to
Figure Worth ot Property.
.u.- t,., f value" is the title of a
booklet just issued by Assessor Henry
E. Reed, which explains the new sys
tem used in arriving at assessments of
property in this county. It details at
length the elements taken into con
. . . i i j.tapmlnine relative val-
SlueraLiuii in . . .
ues so that taxes may be levied in
equitable fashion against an fnipciy.
Assessor Reed says that the New
York system has been adopted, by
which the value of a building is deter
mined by multiplying me square -of
floor space by an appropriate factor.
The factors recited in the booklet
range from 60 cents to 14.50 per square
toot. , . . ,
Land value maps also are said to
, fmiTifi tn be of great ad
vantage in the work of the Assessor,
whereby a unilorm system 01 :
ment may be brought about.
BENEFIT BANQUET DOUBTED
Japanese Fined for Serving Iiiqnor
at Affair "tor Belgians."
Doubt as to the authenticity of an
alleged banquet for the benefit of the
Belgian relief fund, being held by 40
Japanese In a grill on Fourth street
Saturday, resulted in Y. Nakata, pro
prietor of the restaurant, being fined
fS in Municipal Court yesterday after
noon for serving liquor without a
Saltan which contains a high per
centage of alcohol is said to have
been served at this "banquet" at which
the doors were locked against intrud
ers. Officers testified that there had
been numerous such "banquets" lately
and that the doors always were locked
on such occasions when sake was
served. A permit to hold a banquet
was produced, but it was for a dif
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Annual Clearance 01 myummi "
l - . T T II
, " i
Plush, Velvet, Velour Coatings
Clearance Vz Price
Department, Main Floor Beautiful, rich materials for women', and
misses' Coats and Evening Wraps. Fancy velvets, plushe and
i ; i.i i- t,;f .i .ninrs in hrnnades. stnnes, etc. Priced
vciuuia ill uiav&f nwiio ,- 1
for immediate Clearance at the following extraordinary low prices.
- W V . t stf f
RD Fiuifiv Plnsh. vard SI. 25
$4.00 Fancy Velonrs, yd. $2.00
$5.00 Fancy Plush, yard $2.50
$5.00 Chiffon Velvet, yd. $2.50
$6.00 Fancy Plush, yard $3.00
$7.00 Fancy Plush, yard $3.50
New 1915 Special
Special at $5.95
TWcrfrtM. Wednesdau. Thursday
The swiftly-sweeping, easy-running
er cleans without dust, and at the
. i;,, in One
i ne BwuiiT-BWTCKii'ui - o
er cieaua wiluviii- uv?
up pins, lint, ravelings, etc, in One
three large bellows, creating a powerlulsition for
taking all dirt out of rugs and car- $5.95
pets. The usual $12.50 kind, special
Be Sure to See This New Model Demonstrated on the Third Hoor.
i r. r.,t anA Tronsr.r llanirers
priced very special at only 1UC
12o Kettle Knobs, a dozen C
Regular $3.75 guaranteed Clothes
Wringers, clearance price Jfs
$150 Gas Heaters, Sale $1.19
WOMAN ON THE BATTLEFIELD
Wlat she gives to ft nation.
Bi..ti v that women contribute
only the bandages, the nursing, cheer
ing and comforting the woundedT No!
They contribute the fighters! What
sort of help ana inspiration vu
woman be who Is enfeebled and broken
down by diseases and weaknesses pe
culiar in hir sex ? Can she hope to be a
capable mother or an efficient wife?
The mighty restorative power oi ir
tu..'. f'nvnrite Prescription speedily
causes all womanly troubles to disap
pear compels the organs to properly
perform their natural functions, cor
rects displacements, overcomes irres
..iBitie removes, naln and misery at
certain times and brings back health
and strength to nervous, irruaoie ana
It is a wonderful prescription, pre
pared only from nature's roots and
herbs, with no alcohol to falsely stlm
ulate and no narcotics to wreck the
nerves. It banishes pain, headache,
backache, low spirits, ho flashes, drag-ging-down
sensation, worry and sleep
lessness surely and without loss of
Why should any woman continue to
worry, to lead a miserable existence,
when certain help is at hand?
What Dr.. Pierces Favorite Pre
scription has done for thousands It will
do for you. It'a not a secret remedy,
for its Ingredients are printed on wrap
per. Get it this very day at any medi
cine dealer's In either liquid or tablet
form. In the meantime address Dr.
Pierce. Invalids" Hotel. Buffalo, N. Y
and simply write "Dear Doctor: Please
send me without charge further Infor
mation," and you will receive the ad
vice of a Physician Specialist absolutely
free; lS-psge book on women's dis
eases sent free. Adv.
Bargain Circle, First Floor A
timely sale of dainty white
wash materials for waists,
dresses, aprons, lingerie, chil
dren's wear, etc. Dimities,
Lawns and Nainsooks of fine
stripes and plaids. Eeonoraioal
women will buy now for the
coming season and save half.
Standard 20o White Goods
priced for Tuesday's T
selling only, the yard
Main Floor O ur Annual
Clearance Sale of Men's
Shirts offers economies no
man should overlook. Complete
showing of best makes in all
materials all styles all sizes.
Men's $1.50 Shirts at 91.15
Men's $2.00 Shirts at $1.35
Men's $2.50 Shirts at $1.85
White Shirts are not inoludtid
in the above at reduced prices.
$ 7.00 Fancy Velvets, yd. $3.50
$ 8.00 Fancy Plush, yd. $-4.00
$ 9.00 Fancy Plush, yd. $4.50
$10.00 Fancy Plush, yd. $5.00
$11.00 Fancy Plush, yd. $5.50
$12.00 Fancy Flush, yd. $G.OO
Duntley Sweep- h)i
same time PMlf(ir--.'. hi
Oneration. lias l(
r . pi,, i '
tl 7. AVliiiA Knamelrd Medicinn
Cabinets, Clearance price $1.19
;ific Milk Cans, 2-qt. size 23
25c Coffee Pots, 4-qt. size 15
20c Coffee Pots, 3-jt. size 12c
5c Basting Spoons, 14-inch lie
Acute Articular 1
Relieved by Anti-Kamnia Tablets
The exact cause of rheumatism 1 n-fc-nown,
tboush it Is generally believed
be due to an excess of uric acid in the blood.
It may be also said with equal truth that no
remedy has been found whlrh Is a specino
In all cases. In fact the literature ol rheu
matism shows that there are bnt few druse
which have not been lven a trial, in tn
bands of one observer we find thataeerlalis
drue has been used with the utmost au
factloniotberihavefound the same rmei.v
to be a great disappointment. All Physi
cians however aaree that every method or
treatment is aided by the administration of
some remedy to relieve the psla and quiet,
the nervous system and Dr.Sv. B. Brhultr
expresses the opinion of thousands of prac
titioners when he says thet Antl-Kamni
Tablets should be given preference overall
ether remedies for the relief ol the naln lo
all forms ol rheumatism. These tablets eea
be purchased in any quantity. Tber are
ftlso unsurpassed In headaches, neuralgia
jed all pain. Ask lor A-K. Tablet. -
P.u'o Omega OH gently over ttie ach
ing nrrvct; then cover with flannel
oaked in the Oil. Puttniere of dry
flannel over this and bind tightly
gainst the face. This simple treat
ment has brought peaceful rett tm
people who bare suffered agonic.
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