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TITE 3IOKNTXO OREROXTAX. FRIDAY, DECE3IBEB 10, 1915.
GERMANY WILL NOT
ACT FIRST III PEACE
GERMAN CHANCELLOR. WHO ANNOUNCES HIS COUNTRY WILL
LISTEN TO TEACE PROPOSALS.
Chancellor, However, Says
Nation Is Willing That
War Should Be Ended.
J.EAR-COLLAPSE IS DENIED
If I'neeatra, hay BVthmaaa-Iloll
, rtz. Make rropooala Com pal
Itl With Dignity ana t-atrtj,
K T1J Will Be DlsoiMcd.
l'..fi Vtv rt-t rsa .
com ffctie; aftr th great
r-a.s la Jtrbte; after th opening f
ral to tir TurhUa alliea. with
tho In el ad threat against th meat
iiit spot of ta rntia tu
moire, maat Bt our nml reallJ
tr tail moro that th cam for thara
1 loot Mt not many a man inox
. who that tho war will aot d
X' our d:dvtas. a" felmaetf th
a'leetioa. why further sacrifice, why
nut th tiarmaa (t(ml offr
"la raisty bob of our eemle baa
,-Driw'4 u wi'.a suggestion et
i.iri It ta their lnlerat to attrlbat
to no feiaalr attar of pao.:. I'-otk
fact kae th sam- plnatloa self.
t.pti.a rort iotpft whlcfc w
';- enrr tnaka tf wa ap
oruakxa thorn with oaa.ro- propoaaia.
taat4 of waitia for than to cam
"t: I am ta raafe about oar a
aa.-a rendition I mjt frt eaemtae
tha f:it oaac. eu-id i f. ion a of'oor fea
foaa la the first Intottrattoa of
hopae at ar the broJa.t goo.1 aad
tr:lim4 the dtru- tic af Gar
Biany. .aLn.4 i willing, tf na
arr. to wase war fir 3 taara. Ttta
Bepl tlar. rnaaaejbila. hev. borom.
a bit alirm.. at th wMlilT of
war of thai length. Their final goal.
''pita latarmatiiato aat. ramaioa
Ti I'haaratlor hst.'Ba.t -. pat(ka
of too caatral puwar aad sa.d.
"Trie pmn of trto way la tha Naar
rl ta a l.admark lr taa al.tory of
trua war I'irart military cenaectlaa
wii Tarkay la of lnaatimatl. valve,
Lroitrnkallr the Import from taa Hl
kaaa aromplate our supplia la tbo BJet
I af are 'rail af fTeealae-.
Tro-pecta. aotaKtr, fir taa fvltar
ara faU af promisa.
"Tanka to tno f potL-y of
Kiaa r4 aaoJ. a t.raa tfMja baa
tua.tra. ta.t frana tla l.ioloM ail 4
Kai.ar powar. Ida u tai aa4 lao aar
Aftar taa caarl iaioa of paaca ta
krl,io wt: at raua4 wlta tha Ia4
of man-Ms battlisa. but wtll part a
lr wtrkj aX paoco ti4 cviiura.
VKorooa applauaa lIIcaai lata ra
avara. M lr. lHrH Ifltar )rtat.
-ma t of tao Iattt.-rio tun." walca
a!')aat a I'aat commotiaa.
catiauic. tka Caaa'-aiiar iaU:
la tto r-'proal amctanca of oar
gfi-ii wo nU atraactrtaa too frln4-
ivp coo;i4ta.t by lao cornra4aaaip
La arwa. aa la orti.r to otlr op nation
as iat aa-a otriar. hat la oriar to par-
l ipata artlvaly lr t.ia rto af couatriaa
aat paopiao aaairou of mcorooa 4a-
aalopmaat. our a lararla baa
taai potitirally aa4 paUifarlty la tba
Ha baaa tay aro bow atcamptiatT to
compaaoata triamarlTiaa for by a poliry
aai actiana of Viwiaaco aaainat aautral
piwara, taaraNy famalaina trua to taa
princip.ao wfcicn tftay bao follow a4
frooa taa boctaaiac
linma Taia (an a Xnl.
' It la Cirvmrm i tarn. To aa
laato ail al flrt tat woaa i fn
tata Iroapa waro Ua4d at Saloo.al
ba4 aakal tor taair aaaiataaco.
M-aawato VaaUaloo a. ITam iar . a
t mamit opraa.:y latara4 ta tro Oraaa
("aarabar luat taa lao-iinc of taa troopa
at Kaioaiai kat no roenacttoa witit M
aariiar laiairy aa to wbataar taa
taata rot! t plaro In rvadtaaaa I ;.)
ara fr IKo aaaucarwo at lira
i l iu:aria.
Mrlrbi!rnii1 fcaaTaa4 aal rranro ba.
Baa a.aambaritiRa tronra at Kaloalkl
! pr aa.44 wlta tna laadmc In (pita
af tiwrtilK protaata af tha Uraaa o
ammmnt. ow taay ara baaatBt toro
a mv.ear of t&a cmiBtrr. A o ara now
wttaaaaia tBa tnCaroatioaT apa-ta.-ta of
bow taa carnfrataae of I'ruaaiaa mill
tariaaa wrlur ta dumiaatina powar of
lia nrl'.-a r.aat a a brutal tn.
I rompat ta liraak rorcriimiol to vio
lata kta 4ntiia aa a aaulraj.
"Tba Oraaa aayoraaaaat. daplta tbo
t.frw-uU aitaatiaa. ta raoit.4 to ran
ttauo to praaarao Ida aavitraltty. Mci
arraapoa.t to Ita daatra aa4 tl.t
tatocoaaijaratiea taa diaaity. la
aiapaaUaaco aa4 lataraaia af Uraaca. Tba
avatfar la aa( ya coaa:!a4o4.
w t:i cuaajia- pta maaatr-maal
r.nalaaul lrapr4 oa taa world ta
fciaa taal ta aaMo uaaalfuaaaao It tank
ap arm I taa aaka of a VlulaCad
it.ia aai waa cail4 oa to laflwt
tanutiiBMi oa liaraaar f r lata a-1 af
! Cnclartet aut.a44 la ait
capita oat of tnat. but la lima aaa had
to airo ap Valiuia aa tbo aottT for
"KlMf parauaa a pottcy of oppra.
oaxa aa tao aatanta la now par
inward ,rr caa a a kr play
l aalM Oaaiora-d kma
t aa artiila oa imV IJ ta
iratmintr ta"ta apaly adTOi(ta4
taal i:nutai had takaa artna aa.a.t
larnum b-.-aua that waa tra only
war aa .rmany coui bo asaa
tara.l Tka fl. know OaW. at
taa for wa-rt. at r.alaa4
raanini, ta.a aaardar of aaltaaa
K.'.rt.a t tna aaiUtary oituatiaa.
faa I nifli-a.iuf aat't
"la fia luat our troupe wita t
Auatf-ttnariAaaw aro o?trupt taat
f af a4'.d aat auff0aaU4f da
raaoa. ti paaitloa of ;uai la al
li It la trua. taa Irani aa4
lirttia.t with t.1 sr-ataat daf!aaco of
daata la a-tuaaaad la our fro at at
aa-r-a pointa. bat t&a trrustlaa falladv
"Tba Auatra-lloacariaa dafaaaito po-
ithoa aalnat lEalr ara firmly lataL
la Agatru t harm d'faaao acaiaat roa.
I a ul atta.-a tho Italtaraa haro baaa
r-P'.ia-Ht wlta c'daatia loaa of Ufa.
2Eay aaoata to rulna paacaful twao
- 4'l!rtPira oao nna!o bar taa a.
"Ta riium tha atroaomiral aitoattoa
ta alaaoat larsul ln-iuary aat com
pnorra kavo baaa Taiafaurata4 : anana-tar-y
maetara hava boao raanUlai. tka
poof railway and H5PH maia ara
a aparatioa: tao priiu-taa of root la
taayaaoina aat raackad la tao laI )uar
ar almaat l l'rt Mil tana.
"la t-oaaj, Ultnaaara ana) CoartarM
fount tarrli.a daatrortioa cauaad
by taa Huaa-aaa a otato of ceaapt-ta
diaauiotloa. Wa rata4 aaar potu-a
and aauatclpal taw aa t tamtary or
Baaiaatloaa, Jyar ta hiatory wkaa a
war asiUioaa aro ftcktiaa la a Ufa or
daoea otrraacta ha at murrt paaraful
work baaa ccua(!;t4 baDiad ta
"i:coook;:r hat auft.cuat
yriauoaa U aVairi. slad. Ta
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NEW BATTLESHIPS 1
Government Awards Work on
Two to New York and
Mare Island Plants.
MORE EQUIPMENT NEEDED
rholo Copyrlsht by Uodcrwood.
TO HITTI1tt-llO.IAi:t. 1 Till: IMI'llHI IX WHICH UK ArPEARKD
ik Tin: mutiibTAu .i3Ti:nuAi.
aamy f.r Important footulf I pay
In j- bichar prlraa than ta."
Tho t.'han;allor oarly la bla rl
rattawad rarrnt Bttaranraa rortrarn
laar coadllrona of paaca rnada In
rountrtaa orPoaod to i-rmauy. park
a tba tmdiaf ovar of Alaaro and
l-nrraina to Kraar. tbo annihilation of
"ITsaataa mliltarl.ra." tha aapoialoa of
tho Turka. caaaioa of tho laft bank of
tho Halo and tha rraatloa of a tcraata
Darbta. locluilln Uoanla.
"J-ma.-1 roantriaa aro In parlou
ptlxht lnr Kncland bai bean flfhllr.
far tbarn." ha r. mar h.d.
Mo dlaantaaad tbo prlnrlplo of nation
lily aa appllad to (iarmany'a anrmlaa.
Ha aikad wbtkr tba Brlllak Colonial
f-rratary kaaw that of tho l.Oi."
Inhabitant f Alaaro mora I ban
par cant upok Uorman aa tha moth
load. Ila ak4 whathar I'oland b-
obc1 ta Itusaia by rlgbt of nation
ailty and wbathar thla prlarlpl loa
It powar bad lo If applied to India
I'ood a ad rowawr tarolarow Hafftcloat.
For thla rnrpoao thor bad barn In
rant-4 lha ih-ary that Carmany rould
turtad. Oa thla point ta Chanc!
lor aalj with particular rmpharl:
W ail ara that our food auppll
aro utficiant. that th only Importan
OM-atloa ta diatrlbotlon. Tho oronomle
anil atrat.hlnar from Arra Into Ma
potanava canaol b cruahtat cooomlc
A to oppar. th Cnanratlor da-arad
CaroLaay bad taimana ateroo. auSlclaat
RafarrtaaT to tba diaruaaloa wbathar
rtarmany' anamta would bo ablo to
briaa- craatly uparter forra Into th
Id. th Chaocallar roanllooad tbo fart
that r raao alraady haa ca.lad to th
coior ta Uao of 1JJ. brlBclntr Into
tha war youth uadar tha uruat mill
Tba Cbaacaltoy rfrr4 la th chars
trcia win Ileaulra ll.4lf tfA
I'oanda of Stractaral Strl and
AAAurancca Are GItcq TIir
Will Ik Xo rlar.
WASHINGTON-. tc. . Secretary
Danlrla announced today that cootrmcta
for th construction of battleship
number 43 and 41. autnorUed by tha
laal Conitr. bad bean awarded to tba
New York and Mara Island Navy-yards,
Tho bids were: New Tork. I7.C90.92S;
Mar Island. ..l..U. Th decision to
build tho ship In tha Government
yards waa reached at a conference be
tween President Wilson and Secretary
ianiris in me tatter otilee.
Tha rieoretary announced that he
would aak. Contrrea to authorize tha
equipment of tho Navy-yard at Phila
delphia for battleship construction at
a cost of approximately 1 1.000.000 In
order to bo better prepared for tho In
creased bulldlos; proa-rammo contem
plated la th Administration defense
Krai to He Laid Meat laaatr.
Krela of battleships numbers 41 and
44. Mr. Iwnlals said, could bo laid In
Auirust or Paptember of next year. The
battleship California, now bulldlna; at
lha New York yard, will b off the
way by that time.
Secretary lianlals said hla determina
tion to order th construction of the
hips In Navy-yards had been talked
over with the chairman of the Senate
and llous military committee and the
reason for the decision explained to
them. The la't battleship constructed
by th Navy, he said, bad cost ST.ZOO.
0i for bull and machinery, but In
creased torpedo defense In tha new
ships would mean an additional cost
of 1150.000 to I ITS. 000. Congress set
the limit for cost of each ship at 17.
100.000. and tha Secretary (aid that,
whllo th department would not bold
Itself to the estimate submitted by
th N'w lork and alar Island yards,
there waa a wld marun bat ween
tho figures and the Congressional
Material Will t II Delayed.
Tha ship will require t.42!.::0
pounds of structural steel and bids
recently received from steel companias
show that It can ba obtained at less
than the cost estimated by th yards
Armor plat price ara unchanged
from last year. Assurances bav been
received that there will ba no delay
In tha delivery of any material. Mr.
Daniel expects both ships to ba com
pleted within S4 montha
Chairman Tillman, of- tha Senate
naval committee, announced today it
would introduce a bill for the con
struction of a Government armor plant
of SO. 000-ton eapaci
000.000. Secretary Pa
d the construction
year and will renew hi proposals this
t jn i ii ii itm
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ADunr.a o i.rstt
Th war caa ba terminated
only by a paar which al l give
tao cvrl.lud that war wUl aol
retwra. U ail ara about
tio a la th rouatrla of
ar emia th guilt and lg
tanctad Willi coafualoa of puMie
opiaaoo. It would bo folly for
(arosaav ta ma a a paar pro Poo
s', a. whwk would aot :.orta.
but m-it langthaa th duratioa
of th war. first lha rnasha
aatat b tora from lhlr fat.
If our nmi tnak pear I ro
pa!e rompatibla With Gar
maa y d.ally and safety, tbaa
wa B.'t alwar ba raadyat dta
cua Kanv fully raurlaii of
ovr aaaaahaa military aurraa.
w d-lia raapoasibiuty for ron
tiaaatma of lb mtaary hi.h
voar f,i. k-urvpa aad lb wbolo
W all sera that our food up
ptla ar sufflctaat. that tha only
Important quaetloa I dtatrlba
ttoa. Tba Korcmlo unit stratch
lag from Arrae Into aleoptamla
cannot bo cruobad.
A 4a aol flaht la erdT to
ublugat other nation. YV
fiat for th protection of our
lit aad libart. for th Gr
naa gvrnmat. th war baa
alway baaa what It was al th
beginning a war Of defenao for
tb liarasaa nation and for br
Thank to ti fr.lchted pol-l-y
of King Kerdtnand. a at roe g
brldsa has baaa constructed unit
ing firmly th cvatral powra
with U tUlhao and th Naar
eluded thla brtdg will not r J
sound from lb lp of man h-
log battaiiona. bat win srv th
works of civilisation aad paar.
Agalaat tb coarlaring power
of taaa fart, our anemlee ar
fcalplaaa. Tar t nothing In th
ttuatioa now which could anaa
Sl'nMARIXKS TO BE FAST
that members of th crew of a German
submarine bad bean shot while de
fenseless by lha crew of th British
patrol boat Ila Talons', and said th
Knllh preaa had concealed th fact
la this caa from th nation. Aa b
mad th remark th whole hou
arns a aa zprealon of Indignation.
- do not flrht la order to suhju
gata other nations. ba said. V
Debt for th protection of our lif and
liiaerty. For th German government.
at tha beginning a war of defensa for Bids to n Opnod In Fobrnarjr for
Craft of New Type.
WASHINGTON". Dec. . Announce
ment wa made today that bid for the
two fleet submarines authorised by tha
last Congress would be opened at th
Navy Department February 1. Opaci
fication for boat designed to bav a
surface aoeed of 15 knots hava been
sent out to prospective bidders.
Eighteen similar or larger sUDmersi
bles are Included In tbe five-year build
ing programme for the Navy recom
mended to Congress by Tresldent WU-j
Tha naw vessels mark a departure In
naval construction, th department'
announcement said, and were designed
by tha department Itaelf. Tbey will
have a displacement of 1300 tone aa
compared with the 300-ton boata -now
In commission and tha 1000-ton Schley,
So far as known, no European power
u vet produced a ubmersibl bp-
illiiLLlST BE SAFE
tn German nation and for ber future.
Peoro Moat Bo Penaaaeat.
"Tba war can b terminated only by
pear which will glva th rertltud
that war will not return. W all scree
about that. There lies and there always
will Ii tb root of our trsnfth.
"When blstory finally pas har ver
dict upon th responsibility for this
moat frightful of all wars, sh will
uncover th horrinl evil which ha
tred. Ignoraoc and falsification bav
"Se long aa this mlxtur of guilt and
ignorance dominate tha feeling of the
bostll nations and their leader, every
tender of peac on our aid would be
folly, which would not shorten, but
langthrn th war. Th maska must
first be dropped; our oemle ar still
waging a war of destruction against u.
With theories and declarations re
garding peace we make no progress.
Whenever our enemies approach us
witl peace proposals which ar in con
Washington Positive in Policy
as to Submarine Attacks.
TIME IS INSISTED OP,
Note of Protest to Austria
on Official Admissions
Ancona Was Torjcdoe4
fore "Passengers Cot Away.
WASHINGTON". Dec. 9. The note the
United State baa sent to Austria-Hun
gary on the sinking of tbe Italian liner
Ancona was based, it was learned to
' kik 9& knot' surfaCB VPaed. TO Ll.,ki ilmBfllv nn th virtual nrlmlfl-
dcu.s thTro. In full o.c7ou... of 'n,r hT Unatd ?.P-7"o. -"r tmt.mgnt that the
th? rc.s 1 .,m, whlVh a h. br ,lrmm u"1 on ship was torpedoed before all the pa-
:uVn'.rd.!r;..:pobT.T,yh'fr 'r.rpBorl.d'Jmt'ed: be l
frlinTruXT.nd To'r'I "v- iom apprehension bad been felt by ofIt"-.aI(1 aIeo tnat th. po.itlon of
r l?l .ah T. TS! Smr f,'c',"i.a0.W,hethPer.f? "a United States as outlined in IU
nnnM.VVo'conqurr'Vh'.'or Kri' "u-t ewd'ay- bowar. communication asking reparation for
that country a. I gu "- JZXSX for th. Am.ric.n IWes lostnd .urancc.t
Itaowalao Warae4 of Falare.
Ia prvtou peac ha I sketched th
general aim of tb war. t could not b
in or dafialt today or say what guar
antee th Imperial government de
mand, for eaarople. In th Iilgiaa
Ouaatloa ar what constellation of power
ema accessary as a foundation for
Tur foa muat tall themselves one
thing tb longer aad bitterer they
was Ihi war against ua tba greater
win b th aaceasary guaranteea. If
or anamlaa wish to r-t a barrlr for
all tint between us and th rest of
lb world. 1 should aat b surprtaad If
w arrange our tutur so that neither
specifications and are expected to sub
mit propossla. It Is thought PrJl"
that an will b constructed by tb
Government In any event. ,.-
Th bOata Will mraaura ........ ..
tit feet In length. It I understood, and
,,i . itrutainr ranius aim - - -
going gu.lltle. to mak. them e'fectlv.
in any weather and able to crulsa with
th battl fleat.
FRANCE TO LIMIT HELP
r-ot.ilnird From flrr r .
ncll of th allied Admirals It I cer-
- --a- -i a (fia. stnntr - . linn tf Be
la the taat nor th.' W,t may our foe. tain that w hould ba "rl"'B
entrknc gate throuah
attack, or threaten ui
Whers th Chancellor ended bla
p-re. h tha whol chamber Joined la an
outburst of applaua.
After th Chancellor bad mad bis
reply to tb Socialists, th other partle
mad a joint declaration approving lb
aaariiur attaraac and Indorsing
h view that la tb conditions of
peac made after tha war there muat
bo guaraatea for Uermaav'a aafatv.
va If this Implies annaaatioa of ter
SECOND SPAN IS READY
Another Section of 1117 Bridge
IVr flared Today.
VANCOUVER. W.th Doc. (Spa-
da.) Th acond span of tho Colum
bia Interstate bride Is to b floated
out about 10 tomorrow morning.
Preparation were mad for floating
It out today, tba tugs ram over from
Portland aad mad fast after th
bare bad been pumped out. but by
hat fim it was so late th span could
Dot po.aibly b placed before dark. As
verythtog Is la readiness now. tba
bents In plac and th barge amply.
n bridge engineers hop to gvt the
paa started on Its way towards tb
lere wher It I to rest early and
probably local It In position before
A large crowd waa oa th alert all
fteraoua and tb movlng-plcture men
aet oa band.
.. .i.. tH- TArlt.
cpl tb suprem oir;iu '
Eagld Declared rrepared.
"For th conduct of th great Conti
nental war for which England was so
lll-prpard. with an army composed
purely of colonial Oeneral and officers,
th. frame-work. It was bo difficult to
enlarge, why should not England trust
soma what to our genoral staff, which.
deanlte Imperfection, la neverinei
th general taff of on. of th. great
warrior nations of Europe sna to mo
who posses to a high degre. th. tem
perament and Instinct for war and are
accustomed to ret turop.an warsi
-In any rase, tb dlscusalon of th.
Balkan baa lasted too long. If Eng
land I haunted by th Idea of defend
ing Egypt and doea not feel that-It
should rally to th opinion of tb. ma
jority of tha allies, then let Italy, Itu-
la aad Franca alona go to tba rescue
of tb. Serbs."
Mr. Trout Denies Candidacy.
CHICAGO. Dec. . In a telegram
from Jacksonville. Fl-. today. Mrs.
Urac Wilbur Trout, former president
of th Illinois r.quai euiirag aoso
elation, denied that she la a candidate
for tha presidency of tho National
American Woman Suftrag Association
in succession to Dr. Anna Howard
rm of the world's sreetaet railroad tun-
a-la. mra than ttirre mllaa Ions, racently I
aa romplrtrd through nanantalns oa the I
Irarder ut Aala aliaur aad bcia.
no matter whether a merchantman
atops on tha firing of a warning shot
by a warship or after a pursuit, all the
passengers must ba removed before tbe
vessel is sunk.
Reply to Inquiries Nt Receive.
Information concerning tha prlncl
pal factor considered in tb framing
of tb American not wa obtained
after it had been said at tb State De
partment that no reply to th list of
Inquiries recently submitted to the
Vienna Foreign Offlc through Ambas
sador Penfield bad been received. The
admissions of tb Austrian Admiralty
war contained in an official state
ment issued on November 14, which,
after giving the Austrian version of tba
chse of th Ancona, continued as fol
lows: "Th submarine allowed 43 minutes
for tb. passenger and crew to aban
don tba ateamer. on board of which
panic reigned, but only a imall num
ber of boats were lowered and these
Wfra occupied principally by the crew.
Dr. Paul C. Yates
TEN TK IRS or HONEST DENTIS
TRY V axiBTlAHn,
I Have Cut Prices
1 will save you 60 cents on every
dollar on tbe best dental work made
by human hands and without pal a.
I.ULU tHVWM B3.00 I BS.OO
B HI DOE WORK $3.00 t SS.OO
PLATES. 310.00 aad
All Work Gaaraataed Klfteea Year.
PAULC YATES DENTIST
eeoad Floor of Rotheblld Bldg.
rarta aad Waaklagtea.
A great number of boats, probably a
sufficient number to save all the pas
sengers, remained unoccupied.
"After a period of 60 minutes and aa
another steamer was approaching the
submarine submerged and torpedoed
the Ancona. which sank after an ad
ditional 45 minutes."
Admission Is Accepted.
This statement was accepted here as
an unqualified admission that many of
the passengers were still aboard when
the Ancona received her death blow.
Much evidence along this line has been
obtained in depositions secured by con
sular agents from American citizens.
While the United States has in
sisted heretofore that vessels carry
ing noncombatanls ba not sunk without
warning, this is the first case, it is
said, that has developed the view of the
government as to what time is con
sidered ample for the purpose of re
moving passengers to a place of safety,
as provided in the declaration of
The position of the United States is
understood to be that while no specific
time can be settled upon which would
be applicable in every case, it Is evi
dent that sufficient time was not al
lowed in this instance. The Ancona is
considered an extreme case, it bein?
admitted by. all sources of information
that panic prevailed aboard the ship.
When vegetable food ferments It
causes sour rising in tha throat, the
formation of gas in th. stomach which
distends it and causes pain often ex
tending to the region of the heart and
arousing a fear of heart disease. This
condition Is called acid dyspepsia.
Heartburn, a name applied to a pain
In th pit of the stomach, with palpita
tion of th. heart, results from acid dys
It Is a condition that can be corrected
by tha use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
to tone up tbe digestive organs and by
proper selection of food. Send today
to the Dr. Williams Medicine Co..
Schenectady, N. Y., for tha diet book
"What to Eat and How to Eat." It
contains Information about tho diet in
health and sickness and is free on re
quest. It gives complete information
regarding the tonic treatment of many
forms of stomach trouble with Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills. There cannot ba
perfect digestion without a sufficient
supply of red blood and there is noth-
ng better than Dr. Williams' Pink
fills to enrich the blood and tone up
Your own druggist sells Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills or they will be sent by mall.
postpaidal on receipt of price. 60 cents
per box. six boxes for 32.60 by the Dr.
Williams Medicine Co, Schenectady,
White Calf Piped Edges.
Louis heel, light welt sole
' $7.50 Pair
Wright Shoe Co.
Ladies arid Gentlemen:
It affords us great pleasure to advise that we
are in position to route you to the East in Steel
Palaces through Orange Groves and Sunshine,
Mountains and Plains; with Noted Chefs to serve
you in our Dining Cars.
Our Travel Bureau is at your SERVICE.
M. J. GEARY,
General Agent. Passenger Department.
Ill Third street,
A 2666 ; Main 334.