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THE SUNDAY OTCEGOXIAN, rOItTLAXD, JUNE 20, 1915.
HEAVY LOSS ATTENDS
LANDING IN TURKEY
Cruiser North Carolina Home
From Near East With Ac
counts of Fighting.
AUSTRALIANS HARD HIT
Turks Under German Officers Are
Good Soldiers, Withstanding Ter
rific Machine Gun Fire and
Yielding Only to Steel.
BOSTON, June 19. The cruiser North
Carolina returned Friday to homt
waters after ten months of varied for
eign service, bringing: accounts of the
fighting in the Dardanelles. Officers
and men said that the British and
French forces had sustained heavy
losses and that the hospitals at Alex
andria were crowded with wounded.
Some of the wounded, they said, told
them that the Australian troops had
Buffered especially in attempts to land
under the Turkish-fire.
The Australians' first attempt was
made from the southern side at dawn,
when the men in small boats met a ter
rific fire from the Turkish batteries
and trenches close to the shore. One
third of the boats were sunk and scores
were drowned, among them most of the
officers, it was said.
Pressing forward daumlessly, the
survivors landed, but were demor
alized by the loss of their officers,
although they captured the first line
of trenches and rushed blindly onto
Other lines where they met disaster.
The Turks, under command of Ger
man officers, make good soldiers, in
the opinion of the Australians, who said
they had demonstrated their ability to
stand up under terrific machine gun
fire, weakening only at the point of
The North Carolina went to Europe
carrying gold to the Americans strand
ed there by the war, and remained to
do other service. Hundreds of starv
ing persons were found at Beirut and
taken by the cruiser to Havre.
The North Carolina will go to the
Navy-Yard at Portsmouth, N. -H., to
morrow. She has been selected as the
aviation ship of the Navy.
TAFT DELUGES BANKERS
Tub Overflows Wlien ex-President
Takes Batb In Hotel.
CAPE MAY, N. J., June 19. (Spe
cial.) Ex-President Taft came here
yesterday as the guest of the Pennsyl
vania Bankers' Association, and among
other things took a bath in his apart
ments in the Hotel Cape May. He
failed to consider the size of the tub,
however, with the result that when he
hopped into the tub the water over
flowed and trickled down on the heads
of the guests in the dining-room.
The bankers, assembled in the dining
room, waited patiently for him, but
wien he did not arrive after half an
hour, they grew restive and decided
something must be the matter. Then
someone noticed a wet.spot in the ceil
The spot grew and grew until water
began to rain on the banqueters' heads,
and a hurry call sent to the manage
ment revealed the fact that Mr. Taft's
bathroom was the source of the deluge.
IRVINGTON TO CELEBRATE
Plans Made by Club for Independ-
ence Day Observance.
Irvington has made arrangements for
a great celebration of July 4 at the
Irvington CIud grounds, July 5, which
is the official day for the celebrations
this year. The -programme will be
from 2 to 5 o'clock and will include
features of Interest for both children
Folowing; are the membera of the
committees in charge of the celebra
tion: Robert Aldrich, chairman; out
door dancing, V. M. Kapao; junior
sports.. Mrs. IL P. Dalton and H. N.
Kandall; decoration. Mrs. Percy Allen;
singing. Mrs. C. E. Cochran; children's
games. Miss Ethel Mitchell; refresh
ments, Mrs. F. S. Fields; prizes for
athletic events, Mr. Frank W. Robinson;
lights, music and general supervision,
F. S. Fields, Craig McMlcken. J. F.
Jaeger, W. J Hofmann.
DEAD MAN'S CHECK WON
bister Gets Victory in Suit for Pay
ment by Kstate.
BAKER, Or., June 19. (Special.)
Word was received here Friday that
Mrs. Julia Guth. of Baker, had won her
suit in the Malheur County Court at
Vale, in which she demands that a S 3000
c heck, given to her by her brother, John
Mtelke, just before his death, be paid.
Mr. Mielke lived at Jordan Valley. In
Malheur County, and Mrs. Outh kept
house for htm and managed some of
his affairs during his illness.
Mrs. Guth neglected to cash the check
until after his death, and when she pre
sented it at the Jordan Valley Bank
payment was refused on order of the
administrator. The suit and the wom
an's victory followed.
MRS. SOPHIA DAVIS DIES
Cerebral Hemorrhage Fatal to Pop
ular Vancouver barracks Woman.
VANCOUVER BARRACKS, Wash..
June IS. -(Special.) Mrs. Sophia S.
Tavlj3. 5 years old, died Friday at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Moore, wife
of Captain Richard C, Moore, who is in
command of Company F, Engineers.
Death was due to cerebral hemorrhage
late last night.
Captain Moore is now with his com
pany on a mapping detail near Gilroy,
Cal. Relatives in the East have been
notified. The body has boon removed
to the Knapp Chapel, pending arrange
ments for the funeral.
The news of her death gave a great
eliock to all .in the post, as Mrs. Davis
was popular. - -
WILSON VISITS WITH BRYAN
President Calls to Bid Good-By to
.WASHINGTON, June 19. -'president
Wilson called at the home of ex-Secretary
Bryan late Friday to bid good
bye to Mr.'and Mrs. Bryan before they
depart for a Southern trip. He re
mained chatting for ten minutes with
the ex-Secretary and his wife.
The visit waa described as entirely
social In character and tnere were so
references to the International sltua- f
Soon after the President left the
Bryan home. Secretary McAdoo, accom
panied by his daughter Miss Nona. Mc
Adoo. also called.
In the afternoon Mr. Bryan made
public a statement denying reports that
have been circulated since his resigna
tion that he had been ignored by Presi
dent Wilson while Secretary of State.
He said there never 'were any material
differences on questions of policy be
tween himself and the President until
the foreign submarine controversy
"I am glad to make refutation," said
Mr. Bryn, "and to say that the Presi
dent has done me the honor to confer
with me about everything done in con
nection with the State Department. Not
a single statement has been issued by
the President, or prepared by him.
about which I have not had the privil
ege of conferring with him beforehand
and the opportunity to offer sugges
tions after It was prepared.
"I may add that we have never had
any materia differences on any ques
tion of policy until the submarine con
troversy arose and our notes my note
of resignation and his note to me ac
cepting it have clearly and distinctly
set forth the only, difference that ex
isted on this matter."
Mr. Bryan goes to New -York tomor
row to deliver a peace address in Car
negie Hall. He will return here Sunday
and in the evening will leave with Mrs.
Bryan for Asheville, N. C.
DAKOTA GOVERNOR HERE
LOUIS B. HAN.NA ARRIVES IV PORT
LAND EN ROUTE TO FAIRS.
Hclurm Visit Premised About July I.
ImprndlBg Prohibition Approved.
Flower Are Presented.
Governor Louis B. Hanna. of North
Dakota, who came into Portland Friday
night on his way to San Francisco,
brought with him a big bundle of
optimism from the Middle West, and
hie opinion seems to indicate that the
coming year will witness a big advance
toward prosperity in the wheat belts.
"I don't think we have had better
prospects in tne'wneat crops than we
have now in many a year, and with
the prices that cereals are bringing, as
a result of the war conditions abroad,
this means an exceptional year for us."
Governor Hanna, whose state has
been In the dry column for 26 years,
did not seem to feel that Oregon needs
any sympathy upon its Impending
period of dryness.
"It may take some time and trouble
to get adjusted at first," he said, "but
when the people have become ac
customed to the new regime it is prob
able that they will like it. I believe
in our own state, if we were to vote
on the subject now. the state would re
main dry by a mighty majority."
Governor Manna's party will leave
this afternoon and will participate In
the celebration of North Dakota day
in San Francisco Monday. The party
will celebrate North Dakota day In San
Diego June 26.
"I expect to be back in Portland
about July 1 and will remain here sev.
eral days, probably, as I have many
friends here," he said.
Upon the arrival of the party at
the North Bank Depot last nirht a
committee from the North Dakota So
ciety, headed by B. G. Skulason, met
tnem and presented them with bou
quets ot Portland roses and escorted
them to the Benson Hotel, where they
had made their reservations. The North
Dakota Society will be hosts to the
Governor until he leaves Portland.
In his party are Mrs. Hanna. R. L.
Manna, his son. Miss porothy I Hanna,
and Colonel and Mrs. C E. Batcheller.
Many members of the party went to
San Francisco by other routes, and the
party probably will be larger when it
visits Portland Retrain.
BIGELOW EXPENSE $700
P. GROSSMAYER REPORTS SPEND
ING S388 TO DEFEAT C. V. COOPER.
Candidates at Rewat Eleetloa Not
Filing Expenditure Vouchers fcy
Tuesday Liable to Arrest.
To re-elect City Commissioner Bige
low at the recent city election cost the
"BIgelow Booster Club" a total of
J700.13, according to the. campaign ex
penditures statement filed yesterday
by C. C. Hall. The statement does not
include the amounts expended by Mr.
The money was raised by donations
from various persons. These are listed
as follows: A. E. Kern. 3100; C. A.
Wood, 150; J. O. Wilson, 125; T. J.
Kreuder. 25; L. M. Lepper. J125; W.
H. Markell. 50; C. C. Hall, J225.13.
The money was expended for adver
tising, printing and other campaign
Philip Grossmayer filed a statement
showing his expenditures in opposing
the election of C. V. Cooper, who was
a candidate for City Commissioner. The
total cost is given as J3&9. Of this
amount all was for newspaper adver
tising except $75, which went to Rich
ard Lee for investigations he made and
to Mark Woodruff for work In prepar
ing advertising matter.
These are the only two campaign
statements filed so far. The candi
dates have until next Tuesday at S
o'clock to file their statements along
with vouchers of each expenditure.
Failure to comply with the law 'in this
respect makes the candidate liablo to
arrest and prosecution.
LABORER SHOT, ROBBED
Trackwalker on O.-W. It. & X. Line
Is Victim Xear Bonneville.
hot through the head and robbed.
an O.-W. R. & N. trackwalker waa
found Friday night near the Eagle
Creek bridge., about one mile east of
Bonneville, according to a report re
ceived by local officials of the O.-W. R,
& N. Company.
The bullet had torn the Injcred man's
mouth so badly that he was unable to
give the amount of his loss or a de
scriptlon of the robbers. Deputy
Sheriffs Phillips and Beckman left at
once for the scene.
The man was found by laborers from
a construction camp. He will be
brought to Portland for treatment to
PARK CONCERTS TO BEGIN
Opening Programme of Season to
Be Given Tomorrow.
The band concert season in Portland
psrks will be formally opened this
afternoon with a programme of
eight numbers at Washington Park.
The band directed by W. E. McElroy
has been selected and an excellent pro
gramme of popular and classical music
After the opening concert the band
will give a concert each day In one of
the parks. Every park in the city will
have at least one concert. The larger
parks will have more than one. The
band has been engaged to play 80 con
cert . .
PAVING IS TO START
Detail Record of Operation
Will Be Kept for Refer
ence in Future.
MR. YEON ENTHUSIASTIC
Work. Declared Largest Order for
Higb-Grade Hard-Surfacing Ever
Given In "West Close Check
to Be Kept on AH Mixtures.
The first spadeful of "hot stuff."
that being vernacular for bitulithlc
paving mixture, steaming hot as it
comes from the wagons, will be laid on
the Sandy Road next Monday morning
day after tomorrow and with it
actual work on the paving or 70 miles
of highways in Multnomah County un
der the $1,250,000 bond issue will be
With this first spadeful, also, tbe
dream of S. Benson, John B. Yeon and
other far-sighted and public-spirited
citizens for a system of hard-surfaced
trunk roads through the county to
bring the city to the farmer and the
farmer and his produce to the city will
have begun to come true.
Roadmaster Busy Night and Day.
Mr. Yeon was enthusiastic last night
when he made the definite announce
ment that road work would start Mon
day. Small wonder, for ever since the
bond issue was first proposed, througn
the special election campaign, the
preparation of paving specifications,
and finally the suspenseful period pre
ceding the award of the contracts, Mr.
Yeon, serving as county roadmaster
without salary, has been hard at it day
"We are all ready to go ahead," said
Mr. Yeon. "The District Attorney baa
preDared the form for the maintenance
contracts and at a meeting before the
County Commissioners at 10 o'clock
Saturday morning, at which all the
contractors are to be present, I expect
all tbe formalities to be finished and
the contracts approved and signed.
Hot Stuff" Ready to Pom.
"On Monday morning the Warren
Construction Company will begin lay
ing 'hot stufr on the Sandy road. It
has assembled its equipment and is
ready to start work on the dot.
"In a couple ot weeks x nope to nave
work under way on every one of the
roads to be hard-surfaced."
Mr. Yeon said the county "would have
an inspector -with every paving group
to keep absolute tab on the work and
see that the county gets Just what it
Is paying for.
We , will know where every shovel
ful of material goes." said Mr. Yeon.
Frequent laboratory tests will be
made of the mixture laid on every
road, and our inspector will check up
on the material as It is mixed and laid
down. The specifications will be fol
Contractors Are Co-operating.
'The contractors are showing a
spirit of co-operation. The cement
people have asked that they be per
mitted to have inspectors of their own
with every concrete gang to make
doubly certain that the specifications
are rigidly adhered to. we are glad
to have them do it; they are just as
anxious to get the best possible pave
ment as we are. The bitulithlc people
will also have Inspectors of their own
to supervise their mixture. The result
will be that Multnomah County will
have the best hard-surfaced roads that
can possibly be laid, and work Will be
provided for probably 2000 men in the
"More than that, these road3 will be
in as good Condition 10 years from
now as when they are laid, for the
10-year maintenance which we prom
ised the people at the election and
have insisted on obtaining makes that
District Attorney Evans said last
night that he has the form for the
maintenance contracts ready to present
to the Commissioners in the morning.
As soon as these contracts are ap
proved by both parties, which, it is
hoped, will be done at this morning's
meeting, the Commissioners for the
county and the contractors for them
selves, and the Commissioners have ap
proved the securities offered by the
contractors to guarantee the bonds.
the naving contracts themselves can he
signed up In about as long as it takes
to tell it.
Contracts Lara-eat In West.
Herbert Nunn, road engineer under
Mr. Yeon, says that the paving con
tracts awarded Thursday represent tne
largest number of miles under high
est class specifications ever contracted
for west of the Mississippi River.
"I doubt if the record has Been
beaten east of the Mississippi River,
though I cannot say as to that,'" said
Mr. Nunn. "Contracts for paving a
greater mileage have probably been
awarded at one time, but never before
west of the Mississippi has there been
such a mileage calling for such specifi
cations as in this case. The specifica
tions provide for the best pavement
possible of every type selected. Thus
tbe contracts for bitulithlc call for
brick at the sharp curves and on steep
grades, and the cement concrete roads
will be paved with the Wayne County
mixture, the best concrete mix, with
crushed rock aggregate and armor
joints, the highest class of specifica
tions for that mixture."
CROP IS HAIL-INSURED
Kansas Farmer Pays $850.85 to
"Play Safe" on 1015 Yield.
COL.DWATER. Kan., June 15. Jacob
Reiss, Jr., is playing safe. Last year
he harvested 20,000 bushels of wheat
rfn his ranch near here, consisting of
1515 acres. He sold the crop at prices
ranging from 85 cents to 1.50 a bushel,
realizing an average of more' than $1.
This year Mr. Keiss has the same
number of acres planted to wheat. He
is certain that there will be a bumper
crop. And he is determined to realize
He sees nd chance for a drouth, but
he is afraid of hail. That is why he
wrote out a check for $850.85. the other
day and took out a hail insurance pol
icy on his 1515 acres of grain. The
face of the policy 1b $15,470. "I would
rather be out that $850," said Mr. Reiss,
"than to have to sit still some day and
see a hail storm pound that wheat into
the ground. I'm going to be on the
MAN IS QUILT CHAMPION
Challenge Is Issued to World After
Making 20 Coverlets In Year.
BINGHAMTON. N. Y., June 14. W. W.
Yale, of Ouauaga, champion standing
broad patchwork quilt plecer of the
state, defended his title by completing
his 20th quilt for the year. For a time
it was feared that he would crack un
der the strain, bat he kept his bead
uncracked and slammed in the last few
fragments of the quilt In the most
amazing toe-to-toe sewing imaginable.
Encouraged by his tremendous ac
complishment for the fiscal year. Mr.
Yale, who fears no thlmbled demon in
America, has Issued a challenge to
every hemstitching, quilt-making em
broidery lover in the Nation for the
coming year. He says openly that he
will complete 25 quilts or know the
reason why. and those who know Mr.
Yale declare that this is "strong lan
guage for him. Already the champion
has made arrangements for the con
struction of a quilt the central decora
tion of which is to be the Ouaquaga
town hall. Those who are familiar
with the Ouaquaga town hall figure
that the reproduction in needlework
may be life-size, which would make
the quilt ample to cover a cot for use
as a doyly.
A great number of half-witted pun
sters make remarks about Mr. Yale
and his life work, but he never gives
them a thought, as is evidenced by the
fact that he has heard their tirades fre
quently without so much as dropping a
10 OFFICERS TO STAY
MR. BAKER NOT TO MAlvE CHANGE
I ATTORNEY OR PARK HEAD.
Commissioner-Elect, With Wife aad
Son, Off oa Vacation Triy to
Beach. Cor 1 Days.
George L. Baker, City Commlssioner
lecet, announced Friday night, prepara
tory to leaving Portland Saturday with
Mrs Baker and their son. Brace, on a
10-day vacation trip to Cannon Beach,
that he will make no changes in the
office of City Attorney and Park Su
perintendent after he is sworn in as
Commissioner July 1.
"City Attorney LaRoche Is entirely
satisfactory to me," said Mr. Baker.
"I have made inquiry about Mr. Con
vill and find that' he is efficient and
that his work has been most satisfac
tory. . I am interested in having the
best men in the positions that come
under my department, and I don't want
to lose the services of such men as
Mr. LaRoche and Mr. Convill.
"This will be my first real vacation
in, oh. let me see well, years and
years and years," continued Mr. Baker.
"Mrs. Baker and I are going away with
our son to take a good rest. We shall
rough it a little and relax. No, we're
not going to pitch a tent and climb
mountains or anything of that sort,
but we will move along down the coast
just as we feel like it, and take our
own good time about it."
Mr. and Mrs. Baker have several in
vitations from friends at the beach to
visit them on the trip, and Mr. Baker
said they might accept them all. The
Portland theatrical colony will De at
Long Beach in a few days, and they
may run over to the Washington side
and visit there before coming home.
"I am not in a position yet to make
any announcement as to my private
secretary," added Mr. Baker. "Nat
urally, I want somebody who is close
to me in that position, because the
policies of the Commissioner are re
flected in his secretary. I won't- de
cide about that until after I return.
"I will be back In time to attend to
my affairs, so that I can give my un
divided attention to my duties as Com
missioner." -'. '
VACATIONISTS SEEK GOLD
Summer Resort Visitors Become Dig.
gcrs for HiddenTreasure.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala..' June i. Catoma
Creek is Montgomery County's favorite
watering place and fishing resort, out
they are not doing any fishing there
just now. The. population or tnat sec
tion has turned out-en masse to aig
for buried treasure. '
A short time ago ' the county jail
held four alleged train robbers, men
who were supposed to have gotten
away with $50,000 in a hold-up of an
Alabama Great Southern train at RloD
ville. In their day corridor at the jail
was a wild-eyed, freckled and Inquisi
tive country "boy. who haled from tire
banks of the Catoma.' The boy admin
istered a daily third degree to his com
panions, going something like tms:
"Where io you recKon you couia una
a place to hide all that money?"
Tired of his constant queries, one ot
the suspects finally said:
"We hid It at the catoma ureeK
bridge; but don't tell anybody."
The boy was released from jail a
few days afterward. Since his return
to Catoma tbe population has aban
doned farming and taken up treasure
hunting as a dally pursuit. A hundred
or more farmers are digging up the
banks of the creek for miles around
the old bridge, while a wild-eyed,
freckled and inquisitive youngster
TWO WIVES IN SAME HOME
Wisconsin Man Arrested, Pleads
Guilty and Is Sentenced.
LA CROSSE. Wis., June 15. Paul D.
Christian, who runs a hay farm here
owned by one of the biggest lumber
interests in the Northwest, was arrest
ed, pleaded guilty and was -sentenced
to serve a term in the penitentiary of
a year and a half for bigamy.
Christian has two wives living in
the same home with him.
Christian was married to Violet Levin
January 11, 1914, in St. Paul by Rev.
A. C. Haase, of that city. He Drought
the woman to La Crosse. Shortly aft
erward Christian took Mary E. Kroni
as a domestic. He became attached to
her, according to letters, and, accord
ing to his confession, married her at
Winona April 11. 1914.
the Vital Organs
Hot Weather Conduces to
A disposition to coniine one's diet
to cold food and to indulge freely in
iced drinks is one reason why consti
pation and diarrhea Is so prevalent in
summer and there is no season when
bowel disturbances should be more
carefully avoided, as much serious
disease is directly traceable to these
To regulate the bowels and quickly
relieve even an- aggravated case of
constipation, the combination of sim
ple laxative herbs with pepsin, sold in
drug stores under the name of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, is highly
recomramended by many physicians
and all those who have used it. Un
like cathartics and violent purgatives.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin acts
gently on stomach, liver and bowels,
without griping or other discomfort
and brings relief in an easy, natural
manner. Mild, pleasant to the taste,
and Inexpensive, it is the Ideal family
laxative.. By cleansing the bowel,
tract and. eliminating- the foreign mat
CANCER CURE, TOPIC
Knue umy Hope, rnysicians in
Addresses Tell Hearers.
RADIUM NOT APPROVED
Causes, Remedies and Dangers of
Disease Are Related as Part
of National Campaign of Edu
cation Being: Conducted.
The only positive cure for cancer is
the removal of the 'cancerous growth,
and this must be done in the early
stages of the disease. This was the
substance of the address delivered Fri
day night at the auditorium of the Cen
tral Library by speakers representing
the American Society far the Control of
Speakers were: Dr. Curtis E. Lalte
man. of Boston, secretary of - the so
ciety; Frederick L. Hoffman, of New
ark. N. J., statistician of the organiza
tion, and Dr. Leo Ricen and Dr. An
drew C Smith, of Portland. The meet
ing was held under the auspices of the
City and County Medical Association
and was presided over by Dr. Kenneth
A. J. Mackenzie.
That the death rate from cancer is
increasing in the United States 2Vi per
cent every year was asserted by Mr.
Hoffman. The deaths from that dis
ease in this country last year were SO,
010, he said.
Irritation, he said, is a common
cause of cancer. He also said:
"Cancer is more prevalent amons
those of overweight than those of
"The extremely poor are seldom
bothered with cancer.
"Cancer Is not hereditary and is not
"Gall stones and ulcers of the stom
ach are pre-existing conditions of can
cer." He said that prompt attention should
be given to troubles of the stomach. '
He scored so-called cancer remedies,
which are advertised as cures for the
disease. He said that radium had done
wonders in some instances, particularly
In cases where the cancer was not of
a- serious character. He insisted, how
vere, that radium is not practical, even
if it should finally prove to be success
ful, in that it is impossible to procure
enough of it to work the cure.
Education of Public Purpose.
"Cancer will never form in a healthy
organ, for there must be some predis
posing condition," said Dr. Iticen in his
address. if allowed to live, he con
tinued, "every unattended ulcer will
form a cancer."
The speaker said that no advanced
case of cancer could be cured. He pre
dicted that cancer would be eradicated
and said that this work would be
greatly assisted by the spreading of
knowledge on the prevention of the
Dr. Smith declared that too little at
tention had been paid to cancer in the
past and that too little is known by he
public concerning it.
"The woman whose clothes constant
ly irritate her," he said, "is liable to
Dr. Lakenian told of the organization
of the American Society for the Con
trol of Cancer and of its educational
MEXICANS SEIZE MILLIONS
Gold and Silver Confiscated at Eng
lish Mines by Carranza.
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., June 19. Tep
million dollars' worth of gold and sil-
ter and poisons that irritate and in
flame it will quickly check an attack
of diarrhea and restore normal condi
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has
been the standard remedy in count
less homes for more than thirty years
and is sold in drugstores everywhere
for fifty cents a bottle. A free trial
can be obtained by writing to Dr. W
B. Caldwell, 453 Washington St.
Many a Wife Cooks,
Stews and Broils
through all the hot days of Summer, sap
ping her strength, youth and good looks
when for a few paltry dollars coolness and
joy would prevail. "HOT POINTS do it.
Plug one of these little devices into your
light socket, then toast, roast, boil, stew,
bake, iron and curl in comfort COST?
$3.00 and up. Come in. We'll show
you without persuasion.
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CASH PRIZES. CERTIFICATES OF MERIT.
ver bullion of the Santa Gertrudis Min-
ing Company, an English corporation,
has been confiscated.
Carranza authorities seised the metal
at the mines, SO miles north of Mexico
City, according to a dispatch received
here tonight from Pachuca.
Court Denies Annulment on Pica,
Wife Married for Money.
BERESFORD, S. D.. June 16. D. T.
Benjamin, a Beresford pioneer who a
few months ago met and married a
young woman on -short acquaintance,
will have to contribute to her support
and allow her to keep property he
deeded In her name, notwithstanding
Mrs. Rosa A.
Kiss. 318 Clinton
City. Mo.: "I bad
a cold In tbe bead.
I used Pcruna.
Was wen pleased
with the results.
I do not nerd any
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"Anaemic" writes: I am thin and pale.
How may I become plump and strong?"
Answer: Three grain hypo-nuclane
tablets taken with your meals should
increase your weight, your strength and
cause your complexion to become radi
ant and your eyes bright. Many satis
fied users have increased their weight
from 5 to 40 pounds in a very short
"Country" writes: "At one time you
prescribed for my brother, when he
had kidney trouble and it relieved him.
Now I have the very same symptoms.
My feet swell,- my color is bad, have
headache constantly and feel tired and
have pains in my back. "Will you
please prescribe for me? It only took
a short time for my brother to get
well and would like to have the same
Answer: For your brother I pre
scribed balmwort tablets. They are
just the thing you need, too. Start
taking them at once. Instructions
come with tablets in sealed tubes.
"Lessley" writes: "I am nervous,
have headache, and am always con
stipated. I feel weak and tired and
ache all over. My complexion is pasty
looking and my tongue coated. Please
tell me what to do and what is thei
Answer: Your blood is Impoverished
and impure and unable to nourish the
tissue and nerve cells over the body.
tine toss mr
FOR STOMACH AILMENTS
"ONE DOSE CONVINCES"
For all Stomach, Liver and intestinal ailments, such as Indigestion,
Constipation, Colic attacks. Catarrh of the Stomach, Dyspepsia, Gastritis,
Sour stomach. Gas In the Stomauh and Intestines. Pressure of gas around
the Ieara, Jaundice, Dizziness and Fainting Spells, Torpid Liver. Chronic
Appendicitis, Distress after eating. Nervousness, Sick .Headache, Symp
toms of Gall Stones.
The above ailments are mainly caused by the clogging of the Intes
' linal tract with mucoid and catarrhal accretions, allowing poisonous flu
Ids into the stomach and otherwise deranging the digestive system.
THIS REMEDY PAINLESSLY REMOVES these accretions without sur
gical operation. It is different from any other remedy and is in a class
all by itself, both in the way it is taken and the astonishing results ob
tained. It is entirely harmless, cctalning no poison or what could
hardly be termed a drug. It is a pure Nature's remedy and is immense
Allays inflammation in the intestinal tract und assists In rendering
the same antiseptic.
Manufactured and Guaranteed by
GEORGE II. MA VII, Mfg. Chemist
Anyone having stomach, liver.
matter how lone, they have suffered, should try Mayr"s Wonderful
Remedy. One dose convinces. This remedy is now sold by druggists
everywhere with the positive understanCing that money will be refund
ed without question or quibble if ONE bottle fails to. give absolute sat
isfaction. . .
& CO. wSxSWS
his cdntention that she sought him for
! his money.
The court decision just handed down
in the case declares that the responsi
bilities of the marriage vow were not
lessened by the motives of the bride.
WARSHIP SPEEDS 32 KNOTS
Xevr American Xestroyer Much
Faster Than Required.
NORFOLK. Va., June 19. The torpedo-boat
destroyer Jouett returned to
day to the Norfolk Navy-yard after a
speed test, in which it was said she
developed 32.73 knots.
The contract requirement was 30
Mr. wniinm E.
Cennr. 10M Park
7 7 O h i : W a s
troubled with ca
tarrh ot the bead.,
nose, throat sad
stomach. I am
V. S. Pateat OSee) 1 srreatly relieved by
Ready - to - take
&f-Z?G Zetrs jBaAc?
The questtons answered below are
general in character, the symptoms or
diseases are given and the answers will
apply in any case of similar nature.
Those Tt-lshinsr further advice free
ay address Dr. Lewis Baker, College
bldg., College-Elwood Sta., Dayton, O.,
enclosing self-addressed stamped en
velope lor reply. Full name and ad
dress must be given, but only initials
or fictitious name will be used in, lny
answers. The prescriptions can be
filled at any well-stocked drus store.
Any druggist can order of wholesaler.
You'll find quick and permanont relief
in the use of three grain sulphcrb tab
lets (not sulphur). They aid digestion,
overcome constipation and clean and
tone the blood.
"Beauty Parlor" writes: "I wirh I
could find a pafe and sure dandruff
cure which contain.-" no alcohol nor
grease. My customers are always ask
ing trr something of this kind."
Answer: Plain yellow minyol is the
only thing I could suggest which would
meet these reiiuiremerwtu in a hair tonic.
It is a most reliable Ireflttnent for
dandruff and itching scalp. A few
treatments should overcome the most
stubborn case of dandruff.
"Portly" asks: "May T decrease my
si-se without injury to my health? I
am too portly."
Answer: You will find a safe and
sure flsh reducer In the us; of five
grain arbolone tablets. I recommend
these most highly, and patients report
"W. N. K." writes: "Up until a short
time ago, I never knew what it was to
be tired. 1 could do my work and at
tend to my social duties like a man
should. I required very little sleep and
was like a "two-year-old." Always f!t
good, never worried, but now my condi
tion has changed: I'm no longer the
man 1 used to be; I'm very much
alarmed about my health. T feel like I
could faint from sheer exhaustion."
Answer: You have allowed your sys
tem to run down. Too much work, dis
sipation or too much worry, and not
enough rest. Start now using three
r;rain cadomene tablets. These are
hierhly recommended and wonderfully
effectlve. They should restore your
bodily functions and your' brain to new
life and strength. Adv.
Laboratory! 154 Whiting St.,
intestinal or kindred ailments, no