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' TnE MORNING OREGOyiAX. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915. '
STATE GAME WARDEN'S MOVING PICTURES OF HOME LIFE OF
J f GENT CASE PUZZLES
BIKDS AMI BJiASis -t" "'-JJ'
IFIIM RIILS nMUSFfn a . nnr" HAH TT 9i
: .-. ....... n ti & if is m m is i n
Definition of Counterfeiting
Passed On to Court.
PENNY SHINES LIKE DIME
Ilagh O'XclI Bound Over to Wail
Decision to Whether Brighten
ing of Copper Was Mutilation
of Tnlted States Coinage.
if a man brightens a r-nny so that It
ear. be passed as a 10-cent piece la he
guilty of counterfeiting?
This unique question was debated
before United States Commissioner
Drake In the PostofTIc building yes
terday by Assistant I'nited States Dis
trict Attorney Johnson and Iar"'
O'Neill, the appointed attorney of Hugh
Dave Sprecher. a wooa sawyer.
tilled that Hugh O'Xeil. while In Blaster-
saloon recently, traded him
briKhtened penny for two nickels on the
representation that he was giving him
a 10-cent piece. Pprecher later re
ported this to the police and O Neil,
who had only two pennies and a nlcKel
at the time, was held at the station on
a charge of vagrancy. "
Ka.tera Case la Cited.
After the matter was reported to the
Federal authorities it took Mr. John
son some time to tind a precedent case
covering prosecution for counterfeiting.
The law which describes defacing, fal
sifying and mutilating as counterfeit
Ins Is limited to gold and silver coins
and he did not think it could be con
strued to cover a penny. He, towewr,
did nnd a Federal decision handed down
In Massachusetts which held that the
clianting of a coin to a higher denom
ination by any kind of manipulation,
including- plating and golding. Is coun-
KvenTf Mr. ONell did not mutilate
the penny Mr. Johnson contended
yesterday that he had deceived Mr.
Sprecher into believing that he was ac
cepting a 10-cent piece. This was ac
complished, he declared, by changing
the color without actually altering the
latexlratloa la Fin.
"This case is Important, because the
Government must prohibit any tinker
ing with Its coinage." said Mr. John
son "And the Government justly Is
jealous of Its rights in matters of this
k'."urk O'Neill, a veteran Portland
lawyer, who is president of the famous
Kentucky Klick. an organization of
Southerners, was appointed by Com
missioner Drake to defend the penni
less Hugh O'Nell. Overlooking the hint
that he was chosen because of the sim
ilarity of names. Mr. O'Neill took up
the cudeel for his Impoverished client
and says he will see the case to the
"I contend that the evidence does not
correspond with the allegations in the
complaint, which allege that Mr. O'Nejl
lias falsely, knowingly and unlawfully
counterfeited a coin after a silver coin,
said Mr. O'Neill in his argument. "Al
though the penny was brightened. I
contend that the dcnonynatlon was not
changed, that the penny was still a
copper cent and that it bore no resem
blance to a 10-cent piece other than In
"If a man should dip a silver dollar
Into a chemical liquid and give It the
semblance of a 20 gold piece in color,
he would not decoive anyone. It also
should be pointed out that the defend
ant was so drunk at the time of the
incident that he didn't know what he
(earl's Declsloa Wanted.
In binding the defendant over to the
grand Jury in 500 bail. Commissioner
i. -..t.i k 4a hut thA nuestloil
ITiLKff IUIU Ms - . - "
Should be raised In the United States
District Court. tie remarneu mui me
AiA nnl amount to much.
case in - -
but that It was one In which society
. ... II.. IT. Tl.akA
was tnieresiea viiam. ' -
. . . . i ..,....! inicnt Mark
IftO IW wnotuu " - :
O'.S'eill for his generous support of the
An amusing circumstance resulted
during the hearing when C. II. Tray,
a Secret Service atfent, rushed Into the
courtroom In his shirtsleeves after be
ing attracted by the arguments ho had
heard while working next door. To
preserve the dignity of the court Dep
uty I'nited States Marshal McSwatn
r ... riM !LK.iar In Tlllt
inSirUCieU 1." H " 1 J v -
him out of the room and order him to
remain out until he put on his coat. At
first Mr. 1'ray seemed disposed to resist
. i. . . . v. .. rtn4ii u o rpmnTril.
I , i f) orucr. uui no i .
much to the edification of his fellow
Hugh O'Neil was unable to obtain
bail last night, having no acquaintances
In Portland, but his attorney gave him
Dioney enough to lay up a stock of
chewing tobacco before he was taken
to the Multnomah County Jail pending
s!pearance before the grand jury. The
defendant says he was born in Bella
Carney. Ireland, about 7 or years
a to. ami that he is an umbrella repairer
ami tinsmith by trade. He lias drifted
about out West for 20 years. The fluid
w hich accomplished the trick in bright
ening the penny, he says, was used to
brighten umbrella handles.
MONEY MAY BE SECURED
Mate Contract With Government Be
'fore June 30, Is Necessary.
If the Oregon Legislature should ap
propriate funds for co-operation with
the general Government in building the
Deschutes Irrigation project, a contract
could be made between the Secretary
cf the Interior and the Oregon state
officials, which. If made before June 30
net. would serve to hold the funds
which have been apportioned by the
,wet.-irv of the Interior for co-operative
work with Oregon. This is the
belief of Senator Chamberlain.
Although the Controller of the Treas
ury hae ruled that such funds will re
vert to the treasury if not expended
prior to June SO. Senator Chamberlain
sav. his reading of the law convinces
him that the funds will rematn at me
disposal of the department If the con
tract should be made with the state for
their expenditure on the co-operative
BABY FOUND ON RAG PILE
Woman Pies in Tent and Babes
Gnaw Candle and Leather.
CONNERSV1LLK. Ind- Jan. 9. Mrs.
Mary A Benson. years old. died in a
tent in the Columbia Township hills re
cently Tcrsons called to the place
found the body lyin on a pile of rags,
attired In the husband s trousers ana
rubber boots. Five little children and a
bbv 5 weeks old were in the tent.
The husband and another woman.
, .... .. ,.iar nf Mm Benson, also
were present. It is said the mother was
not attended by a r-hyslclan until the
Infant was born. She suffered from
.. . . . j, .. Th children were
barefooted and scantily clad. Some of
the children were cnewins -leather
and one was gnawing candle.
. ... . i i nr Tmi a tn'R and
The tamuy nm
parched corn for weeks. The children
I - Star Has Seven Reels of Va- , an i
I : tl x I riexy ana uomeuy.
W K: . ) L i yrt l
W i--- I
Ah- fx yt ' W
1 OreKOB Cub Takes to Bottle -
Aaother Cub lxoklnK for a Friend
3 Young Cougar, Playful as a Pet
KUtC"" FILMS TO BE SHOWN AT HEILIG THEATER-
What are considered by many ''JrmtTt&
home life of wild birds and animals "1 Theater on January 22. 23 and
Game Warden V?. loll money fothe Arthur
24. The purpose of the three-day n'0'" ' b members of the Oregon
8. Hubbard memorial fund which month while performing the
Sportsmen's League. Hubbard was J80 He leaves a widow
duties of a deputy game warden in Southern uregon f
and two small children The motion '""""ene Portland pub-T..-S-V
hn tht J
eBshaa clrdboards can be
exchanged at the box office on and after next Tuesday.
SHIP GREW TO TESTIFY
8ACREMEXTO CARGO, REACHING
CERMAJVS, TO BE TRACED.
Men Interned at Valparaiso to Be Re
turned to San Francisco, Where
Steamer I Investigated.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 14. The crew
of the steamer Sacramento, now In
terned with the ship at Valparaiso.
Chile, will be returned In the near iu-
ture to San Francisco to testity ai an
. k hv Federal offl-
clals of the manner in which the cargo
of that vessel, oestinea ior ... -Valparaiso,
came to the hold of a Ger
This announcement was made Here
today by J. O. Davis, collector of the
port of San Francisco, who said that
United States District Attorney Pres
ton recently requested the return or
the men, 55 in number, and that Secre
tary of State Bryan obtained the prom
ise of the Chilean government that the
crew of the Interned vessel might leave
Chile. . ,
Philip B. Thayer, president of the
company which owns the Sacramento,
formerly the German ship Alexandria
has been In Washington for the past
three weeks on the matter, and has
agreed to bring the men back if the
Government will release him from 120,
OuO bond Imposed when the Sacramento
left this port.
The Sacramento was admitted to
American registry last October, when
her name was changed as well. On
January 2, 1915. announcement came
from Lima, Peru, Intimating that the
vessel had returned to German registry
and that she was an auxiliary cruiser
In the German navy.
According to this announcement,
which was attributed to the Chilean
government, the Sacramento at that
.! i ..w nrriT t ii 1 f v Val
paraiso within 24 hours or to disarm.
RESOLITIOX IX IDAHO SENATE PRO
VIDES FOR SPECIAL CONVENTION.
Proposal Is for 20 to SO Delegates
Who Would Reconcile Original
Draft and Amendments.
BOISE, Idaho. Jan. 14. (Special.)
The necessity for calling a constitu
tional convention, the first in 23 years,
or since the constitution was drafted,
was siuarely presented to the Legis
lature here to-lay by Senator Elliott, of
Bonner County. He introduced two
companion resolutions, the first limit
ing the number of delegates to attend
the convention to 50. and not less than
'0 and the second setting forth the ne-ce'-ity
of the convention. The latter
Includes the fact that 22 amendments
have been added to the constitution and
there Is a constantly increasing de
mand for many new ones: that there
are conflicting provisions in it and un-
. , : i .1, fundamental law. The
cenainiiea jm . .
resolution calls for ratification for the
convention by the people at iu.
election in 1916.
1.. ..vi.inn of the fish and
game department of this state, bringing
It under the supervision of a commls
. fnr in the Kiger-
sion. is t"""-."' ', 'k.
Koelsch bill mtrouuceu i -
Th. bill calls for a radical change In
CABLE IS MADE FREER
E3 IV1 a - a -' -
OUTSIDE OF EIROPE.
. . tf.t Be I'aed but
Privilege Is Not Extended to
eutral Nations in Europe.
NEW YORK. Jan. H. Relaxation of
the censorship exercised over the cables
between territory of the allied nations
and between those nations and neu
tral countries outside of Europe. In
cluding the United States, was an
nounced today by the cable companies.
This is to be accomplisnea o i
of speified code, under certain re-
strlctions. on ana n
lr' "f a th British censors
between places In the allied countries
in Europe on one nana uuu .0.-0
aalonial possessions. British territory
or allied or neutral powers, outside
of Europe, on" the other; the colonial
possessions themselves, and between
colonial possessions and allied terri
. v, am-fr- nituated.
, '.j mAeca0-Aa Addressed to or
. r 1 tnrrltorv
emanating irum ... ----- -
Europe will not be admitted. For the
present, messages exchanged with
1- Tt-iH.h territory must be
'" a c fifth edition
drawn uu 111 l " . . ' -
r .w..-. ctr. tenth edition or the
The announcement of the cable com
panies asserts that with regard to
messages exchanged with other places
where coae is . VC.t l
nations have been Informed that they
onthnrlze the use 01
codes they prefer.
nm.-n HISHMT.TOS. D. C GIRLS
WED GERMAN OFFICERS.
Miss Elisabeth Rodger Becomes Wife
of Kalserlne's Nephew, Prince
Christian, of Hesse.
BERLIN (via London), Jan. 14. Miss
trn-rahath Ttaid Rodgers. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reid Rogers, of
Washington, D. C, was marriea ai noon
toHav in Trlnitv Church to i-nnce
Christian of Hesse. The Prince is a
nephew of tne German ump.
' . . -, . j . . V. .
Miss Cecilia Jacounne may, uuuB..i..
of Colonel and flirs. nenry
Washington, was married today to
Lieutenant Wilhelm von Rath. Jr. Am
bassador Gerard gave away the bride.
Lieutenant von Rath was attached to
. , . Amv,aav in Washington.
tne UCi man " " ' --- , , -
but returned home on the outbreak of
v.o Thirtv-third Cavalry Brigade,
anri is now an wruiwu-o
on the eastern frontier.
LANE HOMESTEADER WINS
Secretary of Interior Holds Froli'
matler Entry Is Good.
r.T.TTw vwwq TttTREATT. Wash
i.n 14 Following a contest
lasting several years, over the noe
stead entry in Lane County or .bert
Frohmaaer. iormeny o.
contended he was entitled to a soldier s
Frohmader. formerly 01 "' ""-
rights. Secretary iane, 01 me . ....
Department, has advised the General
. r.,., a- final d i CfinfilTl ItTl
iLAna 1 1 ice ll nionc
VA uottl Al
Thi information has been given. Hep
4 . .. 1 1. I rt oriiCt(
iavoruuic i 'j mo ov-fc-. -
.tion has been given .Hep-
resentative Hawley. who interested
LI oqa nnrl u nred that
. 1 1 1 kaan inpllliipn
In the Siuslaw National forest reserve
many years after Mr. Frohtnader naa
settled on me piace
CHAIN SAVES BIG TRUCK
but Accident Is Avoided.
-it X'-"T"rTT T? Wo o -TftTt. 14. (SDe
TJi ' - -
cial.) A heavy chain across the end
of the Vancouver ferry, today saved
tne vancuuei . (
one-ton auto truck from plunging;
, . i . 1 . . . v, ; -Riwn nn the Ore-
- Aa h,n an inexoerienced driver
forgot how to stop his machine.
The driver, wno was u uv-'-'v' "
strator. thought he could drive the
truck onto the ferry.. He did, but when
he reached the opposite snd he could
not stop and crashed through the Iron
gate Only the chain held the machine
from Jumping Into the river. The dem
onstrator, who hadL cranked the engine,
rushed to the machine and turned off
the power. No one was hurt.
BREAD PRICE LET ALONE
California Bakers Decide Xot to Dis
turb Present Status.
SN FRANCISCO. Jan. 14. California
Bakers' Association, whose member
ship includes wholesalers from all parts
of the state, decided at an executive
session held here today not to disturb
the present price of bread.
In a resolution adopted by the body
hope was expressed that the present
abnormal price wi uvui """'
. r . w - iTnltiul YTinpilnm
u.. f.n .inc. 1901 from t per cent to less
than 3 er cent. J
J. W. KERRIGAN FEATURED
Columbia Is Temple of Laughs, Its
Headline Photoplay, "The Battle
of Love," Presenting Side
J. Warren Kerrigan and Pauline
Bush share honors in two dissimilar
features which began at the Star The
ater yesterday and will run until Sat
Kerrigan is an amiable Irish adven
turer in "Captains of Villainy," while
Miss Bush is a lovame usnmmuu
model in "Star of the Sea," a rather
unique photoplay of studio life in Italy.
"Captains of Villainy" thrills with
the politics of nations and "Star of the
Sea" grips with the politics of love.
other features in a seven-reel pro
gramme are "The Silk Worm," concern
ing that Industry In Japan; a Aiaia oy
Proxy," which Is amusing enough for
anyone, and a cartoon comedy, "Hunt
ing in Crazyland." which makes the
crowds shriek. The bill runs two hours
and is unusually well-balanced. ,
LAUGHS RULE AT COLUMBIA
"The Battle of Love" Is Crowded
With Kollicking Comedy.
UUUll, n uvicauwc 1 ...... ,
that makes persons laugh and forget
tneir trouDies, is onereu in xuo
of Love," a three-act photoplay which
opened yesterday at the Columbia and
in which Francis X. Bushman is fea
tured. The nrv enncerns a triangular love
affair. Arthur Chandler and Bessie
Wells become engaged and are most
devoted until an actress enters upon
the scene. Bessie's jealousy is aroused
and she breaks the engagement. Jack
Fixit makes a wager wilii iue lauicis
of the young couple that he will bring
about a reconciliation and marriage be
fore 24 hours. He obtains the aid of
... . . .... nj Dhe entires Chandler
IIIH 1V Li CI5 O " "
into the country, where she mysteri-
ously aisappears. uoboio
. i .. . 11.. n-i-l ha. heen murdered and
thsit her sweetheart is suspected. All
others apparently turn againm. "
ceDtlng Bessie, who stands by him and
"The Crimson Moth' has unsusai
onri "Th a Professor's Ro
mnnce."' started by "mother's little
angel children." Is a splendid comedy.
This bill runs tooay ana iuiuum uv.
"SAMPSON" AWES MAJESTIC
Man of Wildness. and Ferocity Is
Portrayed by William Farnum.
.. .. .V. n.nlnnl.. .t the Ma
Bamoou, 1 r
jestic Theater which has created a pro-
1UUIIU o -1 ..'i . . ...
is Stilt mere. x o . . t u . v. ,B -
fhe best in which William Farnum, one
of Americas foremost actors, ue p-
a tt ia the utfTv nf a. man be-
glnnins at the foot of the ladder of
fame, wno, mrougu mo no1Dlw.
forts and inborn business ability, rises
. . 1 1 . t.a, hla crnlilen
to ino noigiiu), wuij w a
temple down to avenge the, woman he
n Kilt WMIllP Sit the
una tamio.. ihhk " . . .. -
marvelous strength of the man, both
mental and physical, and It is this
strength which at last wins over the
woman who has so shamefully mis
treated him his wife.
There is a wildness. a ferocity, of
.1 ...1. t ..1. i.i.b.a him flnnerh in
1 1 1 CS 111(111 in'." ....... . -- -
his anger. The spectator almost shrinks
front the picture. The woman In the
nisv Hiwi shrink, but at the same time
she Is drawn towara mm.
ROBBERS RULEWAR ZONE
Japanese Kefuse to Keep Order, but
Bar Chinese Troops.
PEKIN, Dec. 22. (Correspondence of
the Associated Press.) A letter irom
A -i .... in tVelh-ffien In the war
zone through wnicn tne Japanese opui
ated against using-J.au, says mo vul
val of the Japanese so demoralized the
ordinary government that robbery is
rife and certain roaas nave occn
doned by all traffic.
A large temple, plainly visible from
the railway, he said, had become the
, . . wnKKe- hanri The
ncauquaiLCI a o. u. vui, ...... . -
Japanese had disclaimed all responsi
bility for maintaining order, and as no
Chinese troops were allowed in the war
zone, he learea aisoraer nugui eo un
checked for months.
The letter says that where grain and
supplies were spared by the Summer
floods they have been taken, though
paid for, by the troops. An agency 01
the Chinese Red Cross Society has been
established at Wieh-sien, which hopes
i flo aomethlns t0 relieve the wide-
LAKES' LEASE STILL ISSUE
Attempt by Oregon Company Against
1 ui, wan. -. -' I' '
Tnat an attempt is to be made by the
Qregon Mining- and Potash Company,
headed by H. S. Wallace, of Portland,
to deieat in tne x-egisiaiui-e mo
catlon of the contract made by the
State Land Board with Jason Moore, of
If ortiana, represeiuuik, jtxa 1,1 v.
talists. for the lease of Summer and
Abert lafees in Eatsern Oregon was the
statement made by State Treasurer
Kay today. Mr. Kay said that he had
been informed from a reliable source
that preparations were under way by
the company in question to bring pres-
sure to bear to oeieat tne reiLiiitttLiwii.
The 0regon Minlllg- and Potash Com
pany was the rival of Jason Moore m
the bidding for the lease of the lakes.
The bid of the company was higher
than that of Moore, but it failed to
m nff.r with a certified
check for $10,000 which was required
by the Doara.
WRIST WATCH FOR POLICE
Officer Saves Tttis Vest and His X. ni
form by Being "Up to Date."
ITanooa Oi t V Post.
A IS.B iui o ' ' ,
whose monster frame is Suspended from
and the main , waiting-room of the
...tnn it si.rlrtcnlv lost prestige
in the eyes of the traveling public, and
Joe Enright, tne gemai "" 7" "
. i h-- .o-nin rome Into his
ine OiaLIUll n
The electric clock has been regarded
as an eyesore since travelers have
learned that its works have never been
Installed and that so far as It is use
less as a motor-car wiiuoui
But Patrolman Enrlgnt "Original Joe
as he is called has solved the prob
lem. ... , .
Patrolman Enrlgnt carriea ui.iw
Last Chance! Last Two Days!
Choose Now or Never
If You Want Real Clothing Bargains Wake Up to Your Opportunity. This Sale
Positively Closes Saturday, 10 V. 31.
S$3 Hat '
Free y0' 2
B W1U1 jf'.-- S.
l yc x u
500 BLUE SERGE SUITS
in medium and heavy weights, in
new models of today for the stout
man, the slim man and the regular.
They are $20, $22.60, $25 and $27.50
values, A. worthy addition to any
man's wardrobe. Choose at
i.n Mt f timwg! iy ' -I""
PEOPLES CLOTHING CO.
i orT WASH
ulatlon gold watch and chain which
every man nnas a "-'
. .. ! . . i. t, timA was the bane
ClOCIt Wiuuu . ;
of Joe's existence, however. Every min
ute or so ne was asuou i
watch He wore out the pockets of
two vests in trying to serve the pub
Patrolman Enright naturany i a
sourceful man. He decided thai ne
could not afford to wear out the pock
ets of a third vest, so during the noon
hour he went shopping and now both
Joe and the traveling yu"";
lle"wni vou kindly tell me the time.
patrolman? I see the station clock is
not j-unnins, uii- --- k
rrtainiv. replies Enright. Take
a look for yourself." '
And there on his wrist, as he grace
fully curves it toward the inquiring
man or woman, is a nine ui" j'
held in position by a neat leather band.
"Oh my" exclaimea uie wuiu.n
smile. "How very up-to-date ypu
are." The man says: "very goou, vw
handy." ,. .
And all tne time tne mu. .........
.. . na A Jnm't stir out. of
tlCKS, DUL X.1H1S""- " ,-!- '
his tracks or put an unnecessary wrin
kle In nis unuurin.
Library Board Members Xamed.
ALBANY, Or., Jan. 14. (Special.)
Frank J. Miller. Mrs. H. F. Merrill and
Alfred C. Schmitt were reappointed by
M.vnr Curl and the City Council last
When your baby la cross and
fretful Instead of the happy,
laughing little dear you "a ac
customed to, in all probability
the digestion has become de
ranged and the bowels need at
tention. Give it a mild laxative,
dispel the irritability and bring
back the happy content of baby
hood. . . .
The very best laxative for chil
dren Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin, because it contains no opiate
or narcotic drug, is pleasant tast
ing and acts gently but surely,
without griping or other distress.
Druggists sell Dr. . Caldwell
- i : f r ianr nn
Syrup repain am.
hnrf-l. For a free
?""."f, to Dr. W. B.
Caldwell, 452 Washington St,
n,; 1 EXTRA!
" " ' I 350 OVERCOATS
I ';,'' the prices of which are bntch-
I - V You'll have no excuse to offer for
", J riot possessine an Overcoat now. ;
NJl . " J We've lowered the price bars, and
&r--''-?J you can choose now from $20,
v $22.50, $25 and $27.50 values at
J NINE - NINETY-NINE I
- 106 THIRD
night to the board of directors of Al
bany's public library for a term of three
years. The library board is composed
of nine members, three being appointed
by the Mavor and Council eafh year.
Dr. N. J. Fulton
the Naturopath Physician, has practiced
for 20 years, 12 years In Tortland. The
many marvelous cures made by Dr.
Fulton are sufficient Indorsement as
to her ability as a Naturopath J hy si
clan. Hundreds of testimonials are
The demands made upon Dr. Fulton
from all parts of the '"f
her to devote most of her time for the
past three years to the study ot ! a
scientific method of care for patients
In their own homes.
This method Is now Vcted and
further information regarding it will
f.'.ent on inouiry. X
troublTrheumatism and paralysis are
Call Main 1941 or A 6641. or write P. O
A BnrrnflqfU V in your uw
wneeiuon . i . .
N. O. Adv.
Today 9:30 A. M.
Women and Children'. Shoe. 2e r.lr.
Several hundred pair, of ladles Shoes.
Oxfords and PumEs will be sold at tins
astounding low price commencing this
moS Shoes fn hU lot worth up to
$3.50. Sale price 29c.
WRIGHT'S, S44 Wa.hlna-to" St., Near Sd
' - ? w 1
Restored To Health by Lydia
E Pinkham' Vegeta
Montpelier, Vt. "Wo have frrnt
faith in your remedies. I was very Ir
regular ana wa
tired and sleepy all
the time, would have
cold chills, and my
hand and feet would
bloat. My stomach
bothered me, I had
nam in mv side and
a bad headache most
of the time. I.ydia
E. Pinkham'a Vege
table Compound ha.
'done me lota of rood
and I now feel fine. 1 am regular, my
stomach is better and my pains have all
left me. You can use my name if you
like. I am proud of what your reme
dies have done for me." Mrs. Mart
Gauthier, 21 Ridge St, Montpelier, V'u
An Honest Dependable Medicine)
It must be admitted by every fair
minded, intelligent person, that a medi
cine could not live and grow in popularity
for nearly forty years, and to-day hold
a record for thousands upon thousands
of actual cures, aa haa Lydia . I'lnk
ham's Vegetable Compound, without
possessing great virtue and actual
worth. Such medicines must be looked
upon and termed both standard and
dependable by every thinking person.
If you hare the allghtest doubt
that Lydi E. IMnkham's Vegeta
ble Componnd will hel p you,wrl to
to Lydia E.Plnkham Medicine Co.
(confidential) Lynn, Mas9nfor ad
vice. Your letter will bo opened,
read and answered by a tromau,
and held in strict confidence. '
M n nil
will permit the use of code in messages
)ocal Humane .society.