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THE STTXDAY OBEGOXIAJT. PORTLAND, OCTOBER 24, 1915.
LI CHICK DENIES
THAT HE IS DEAD
Queer Case Results From Mis
" , taken Identification of
Body Found Hanged.
RETURN GREETJNG JOYOUS
Friends and Associates Think Sul
clde Is Man They Know After
v Viewing Corpse Sweetheart
' . Only 19 Not Convinced.
When Lloyd W. Chick, a -jewelry
talesman, stepped off a Southern Pa
cifies electric train In Portland Fri-
day ho was greeted by his Bweetheart
as one coming from the grave. A few
minutes later Mr. Chick's employer was
welcoming him in undisguised aston
Ishment, and in less than half an hour
telegrams were on their way to carry
Joy to a mother who was hurrying to
Portland, supposedly to Chick's funeral.
ana to other relatives.
This changing of sorrow to Joy xln a
circle of friends and relatives was the
result of one of the most remarkable
cam of mistaken identity that has
come to light in Portland. Last Wednes
day morning a body, evidently of a sui
cide, was found hanging in the rest'
room on the plaza block. Thursday it
was identified as Chick and the identi
fication seemed so complete as to pre
clude any possibility of mistake.
Among those who viewed it and estab
lished the identity was Miss Florence
Alexander, of Spokane, sweetheart of
Mr. Chick, and Miss Alexander s par
ents; Louis B. Marks, a dealer in novel
ties, whose goods Chick sells: H. Rossi,
a fellow workman, and Mrs. Eva Berry,
a friend, and several business ac
quaintances. Mlaa Alexander Doubted.
Of those who saw the body only Miss
Alexander had any doubt that it was
Chick. The clothing, Mr. Marks said
last night, was identical with that worn
by Chick, and the features appeared so
familiar as to leave no question In the
minds of those who saw him. Rossi
ven said that certain scars helped to
establish the identity.
Then, yesterday afternoon, reputy
Coroner Smith received a telephone
message from Amity, Or., from a man
who said ha was Lloyd W. Chick. At
first It was thought that someone was
relaying a grim joke, and Detectives
Royle and Moloney were set at work
to solve the mystery. They got in
touch with Chick at Amity and the
latter took the first train for Port
land, arriving last evening.
Miss Alexander, who alone had any
hope that Mr. Chlck'stlll was alive, met
him at the train. Together they went
to the office of Mr. Marks, who had
Just been taking a nap, and at first
thought he was dreaming.
Reaction Is Happy.
Later they went to the home of Miss
Alexander's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Julius
J I. Alexander, 1332 Belmont street,
where there was a happy reunion.
Mrs. Ci. H. Chick, Mr. Chick's mother,
will arrive in Portland at 8:S0 o'clock
this morning, but the ending of the
trip will be quite different from what
ahe had expected. A telegram con
veying the good news Intercepted her
last night at Glendale. Another tele
gram was sent to Mr. Chick's sister,
who had remained In Oakland.
"I had the shock of my life this
morning when I read the report of my
death," said Mr. Chick. "It would not
have been so bad had I not realized
that my friends and relatives would
also know about It, and I lost no time
In letting them know I was safe."
Meanwhile no light has been thrown
on the real identity of the body that
lies at the Coroner's office.
AMERICAN TO VIEW FRONT
Military Attache at Berlin Will
Go to Serbia.
BERLIN", Oct. 23. Lieutenant-Colonel
Joseph B. Kuhn, military attache of
the American Embassy here, will leave
Saturday night for the Serbian front in
company with the military attaches of
the other neutral countries stationed In
Berlin. The officers will make tholr
headquarters in Belgrade, from which
city trips to the various fronts will be
Lieutenant-Colonel Kuhn has Just re
turned from a two months' stay at the
western grand headquarters, where he
was presented to Kmperor William last
Sunday. The Emperor chatted with the
American officer for 10 minutes and
evinced particular interest when he
learned that Lieutenant-Colonel Kuhn
belonged to the engineer division of
the American Army.
Lieutenant-Colonel Kuhn and the
ether military attaches had a chance
to soe that part of the French and
British offensive against the Germans
which was directed against Prince Rup
precht's sixth army. j
WARRANT OFFICER DROPPED
Night Issuance of .Documents Au
thorizing Arrests Stops.
The position or night warrant officer
t the Municipal building has been
abolished as a result of the recent at
tack made by Attorney Hume against
the practice of issuing Warrants with,
the signature of the Judge merely
stamped, instead of signed, on them and
Warrant Officer Johnson has been put
back on a beat.
The attack of the attorney was made
in the recent suit brought against Offi
cers Harms, Wise and Martin and Wil
liam H. Warren by the Minook Hotel
Since that time Warrant Officer John
sou only Issued warrants with the con
sent of the judge and it was neces
sary to get him on the phone at night.
This proved so unsatisfactory that the
office was finally abolished.
CHINESE NEAR REVOLT
Antl-Monarchlsts in Three Provinces
MANILA, Oct. JS. The Chinese gov
ernment provinces of Kwantung.
Kwang Si and Hunan are on the verge
of a revolution, prepared by those who
are opposed to the establishment of a
monarchy, according to information
received from a private source, which
Is believed to be reliable.
It is said that many arms recently
have been smuggled Into Canton.
rRIXCE .DECLARED LEADEK
German Correspondent Says Wide
spread Conspiracy Existed.
AMSTERDAM, via London. Oct. 28.
The Yossische Zeltunga Brussels cor
respondent, describing: the trial of Miss
Edith Cavell and the other persons ac
cused with her. says:
"The evidence showed the existence
or a regular organization to bring of
ficers and men of the allied armies,
who had been left behind in Belgium,
over the Dutch frontier. Most of the 35
accused did not deny the accusation.
On the contrary, they declared they
considered it their duty to help their
"The leader of the organization was
Prince Reginald de Croy, who could
not be arrested, but whose wife.
Princess Maria de Croy, was among
those accused. The chief accomplice
of the Princess was Miss CavelL-
"British and French soldiers were
smuggled over the Dutch frontier with
the help of the Countess de Belleville.
Regular stages were established and
the officers and soldiers were escorted
from stage to stage by trustworthy
persons to a central point In Brussels,
which was the British hosDitaL
"Here they remained until they could
safely be taken to Holland, which was
done at the dead of night over the sub
urban tramway line to the frontier.
Miss Cavell denied having compelled
other persons to lodge fugitives when
her own house was full
RESIDENT MEMBERS ESCTEgTAtT
WOMEN RELATIVES AND FRIENDS.
Building Is Decorated With Halloween
Effect Mnalcnl Programme Given
in the Auditorium.
Autumn leaves and Halloween decora
tions combined with the hospitality and
festivity at the T. M. C. A- Friday night
to make the open-house event a suc
cess. The resident members of the
house brought tneir mothers, friends
and relatives, for It was their night,
not that of the entire membership.
The auditorium was artistically deco
rated with' the gayest of Autumn
leaves. Pumpkins were about the hall
and yellow and black streamers hung
from the ceiling. In this setting an
elaborate programme was given from
9 to 10:30.
Every boy had striven to outdo the
others In making his room attractive
and decorative. In one room way down
the hall were hung Japanese lanternJ,
and in the window sat a young man
playing a dreamy banjo-selection. Not
one of the rooms failed to typify the
ideal side of a combined home and
community life. A number of the
rooms were, it was asserted, "Just
slicked up a bit." but others were hung
with Jack-o'-lanterns and leaves. Ail
were left open and the women visitors
rambled throughout the. building and
were shown all points of interest.
Those boys who were too urgently
occupied with their etudlea to Join iu
the early evening's festivities simply
left their doors open and gave an op
portunity, for an insight Into T. M. C.
A. life by persuing their usual tasks
while their brother members enter
tained. Baskets of fruit and candy
were placed in almost every room for
the comfort of the feminine visitors.
At 9 o'clock the male chorus, under
the direction of W. M. Wilder; began
the programme in the auditorium with
a number of catchy selections. Ml6
Nadine Baker followed with interest
ing readings. Hartridge G. Whlpo's
vocal solos were repeatedly encored,
as were the flute selections by Robert
K. Millard. Mrs. W. L. Melllnger read.
Miss Anna M. Prlske sang, and Miss
Roxana. Wommelsdorf completed the
entertainment with a well-rendered
The affair was arranged by the dor
mitory boye. It' is. probable that in
December an "at" home" - will be given
for all the members. - Those respon
sible for the auditorium decorations
are J. W. Palmer, E. E. Swartsstru
borg. W. J. Clarke, Jack Harris and
RUSSIA GAINS IN SOUTH
FETBOCRAD REPORTS CAPTCRB Of
Berlin Says Attacks Near Baranovichi
Are Repulaed -Threat to Raze
PETROGRAD. via London. Oct. 23.
Further Russian successes on the
southern part of the front were an
nounced today by the War Office. It
is said that several Austro-German po
sitions and more than 7600 men. have
BERLIN. Oct. 23. (By wireless to
Sayville. N. Y.) Russian attacks north
east, east and southeast of Barano
vichi have been repulsed by the trooDS
of Prince Leopold, it was officially an
nounced Dy tne uerman war Office to
day. The capture of eight officers and
1140 men is recorded.
At this point it is said that the
army of General von Linsingen has cap
tured a nussian oiucers, ssoo men and
eight machine guns. The report adds:
"The loss of six cannon, which we
captured yesterday, was due to an at
tack by Russian divisions to the rear of
our artillery lines."
LONDON, Oct. 13. The following dis
patch was received here today from
iveuier s r-etrograa oureau:
"The Germans have informed the in
habitants of Mitau, Courland, that if
they are unsuccessful in their attack
on Riga and are compelled to retire.
tney win raze iu villages in the line
of retreat. I
"German reinforcements which have!
been sent to the Riga district include
landsturm called out in September, who
have received little training."
CALIFORNIA JERSEY WINS
Satsop, Wash., Cow Defeated
Three Pounds of Batter Fat.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 13 By Just
three pounds of butterfat did Pearl of
Vendera. a Jersey cow owned by Guy
C. Miller, of Modesto, Cal., win the
championship Friday In the Jersey
class at the Panama-Pacific Exposition
cattle show. Pearl beat Mohican's 38,
owned by E. L. Brewer, o'f Satsop,
Wash., by two-tenths of one per cent.
Judgment was based on their verified
milk record for one year.
Other prizewinners included Alblen
L. Gile. Chinook. Wash., for Junior and
reserve Junior champion cow classes,
and D. N. Leeney, of Jefferson, Or, re
serve Junior champion bull class.
J. L. Smith, of Spokane, Wash., car
ried off awards for grand champion,
senior and reserve champion bulls, and
William Bishop, of Chimacum. Wash.,
and the Carnation Stock Farm, of Seat
tle, Wash., won prizes for Junior and
reserve champion bulls, respectively.
ENGLISH DUKE. BANKRUPT
Manchester, Son-in-Law of Ameri
can, in Receiver's Hands.
LONDON. Oct. 22. It was announced
here tonight that an order for a re
ceiver had been issued against the
Duke or Manchester on the petition of
The Duke of Manchester married
Helen - Zimmerman, daughter of the
late. Eugene Zimmerman, of Cincinnati.
AS SEAPORT FOUND
Co-operation of Railroads and
Dealers in Poultry Im
ports and Exports Vital.
INTERCHANGE IS ESSENTIAL
Establishment of Local Industries
to Consume Incoming Goods and
Produce for Foreign Trade
Part of Programme.
In Its study of the steps necessary to
build up Portland as a world seaport.
now that the barrier f the Columbia
River bar has been permanently re
moved, the trade and commerce bureau
of the Chamber of Commerce, work
ing with the trarfic and transporta
tion and the manufacturers and In
dustries bureaus, has found that three
main factors are involved.
First of these isto obtain the active
co-operation of railroads in routing
their through freight, inbound as well
as outbound, by way of this port.
Second is the co-operation of dealers
In handling all possible Imports and
exports in their territory through this
Third is the necessity of balancing
off the outbound and Inbound trade
by establishing Industries here that
will consume commodities from every
territory where merchants of this port
go to sell, thereby not only drawing a
big inbound trade here, but supplying
the essential inbound cargoes for the
vessels of steamer lines establishing
connections with Portland.
New Ship Line 'Assured.
As told previously In The Oregonlan,
the Chamber has already accomplished
much. It is conducting negotiations
with 14 steamship lines, and has posi
tive assurances that at least three, and
perhaps five, will establish connections
here within the next 12 months.
To assure the permanance of these
lines by keeping them supplied wita
plenty of outbound and inbound
freight, however, the three phases of
the problem cited must all be solved.
How much may be done by the rail
roads In the routine of inbound as well
as outbound through freight by way of
a certain port when they desire to
route it thai way is illustrated by a
case with which Portland ehippers are
familiar. Some years ago- when the
Portland & Asiatic line was operated
direct from Portland to the Orient by
the O. R. & N.. now the O.-W. R. & N.
Company, their steamers brought here
in their inbound cargoes great quan
tities of matting from Japan.
This port, in consequence, was for
years the main Pacific Coast distribut
ing point for matting. The O. R. & If.
exercised its influence to have this
commodity shipped to this country via
Portland. With the withdrawal of the
Portland & Asiatic, these matting Im
ports were diverted to San Francisco
and Puget Sound.
Railroad Co-operation Essential.
In outbound through freight the influ
ence of the railroads is even more po
tent, for they control the routing of
most of this traffic. So to ensure tne
success of steamship lines, it is point
ed out, co-operation of the railroads
io first of all essential.
A more aggressive determination by
dealers in this section to handle all
possible exports and all possible im
ports through this port is also neces
sary. If this determination can be
aroused, it should not be difficult of
accomplishment, for this city's 154,000
miles of trade territory can be served
on lower average commodity rates,
the study by the chamber's experts
has demonstrated, by way of Port
land than through any other port.
The population of this great trade ter
ritory is approximately 1,400,000.
But the third factor, that of balanc
ing off the outbound and inbound
trade by establishig local induetrles
that will consume some commodltl-s
from every territory where merchants
of this port go to sell, ranks in import
ance with the first factor named, that
of co-operation by the railroads in
routing of through freight.
The Chamber is now making an
earnest study of this problem, with a
view to determining what industries
are needed and then bringing about
The principle is that there must be
an interchange of commodities.
GIRL-WIFE IS OVERCOME
Philadelphia Court Scene of Swoon,
ing of Bride or Year.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 17. A pathetic
scene was witnessed in the police sta
tion early today when a girl-wife, after
testifying against her young husband
and hearing him sentenced to three
months - in the House of Correction,
staggered from the court and swooned
in a dead faint in the arms of Police
man Miller and the matron. It was
some minutes before she could be re
vived. She is Mrs. Louise Brooks,
scarcely out of her teens, and a bride
of slightly more than a year.
John G. Brooks, her husband, was
arrested on a charge of disorderly con
duct. The police say he threatened
Mrs. Brooks at the home of her mother,
on Montgomery avenue near -Twelfth
street. Mrs. Brooks told of her mar
ried life and how her husband left her
a few weeks after her baby had been
born. Brooks, she said, was living at
104 North Nineteenth street, and, al
though they were living apart, he an
noyed and threatened her on several
occasions, she said. He was formerly
employed by the Philadelphia Rapid
'Car you get on without him?" Mag
istrate Morris asked her. "If you can,
I'll send him where he will not be able
to annoy you."
When the sentence was imposed Mrs.
Brooks thanked the magistrate and col
lapsed. ALFALFA GROWTH GREAT
Close to Million and Half Acres
Seeded by Kansas Farmers.
TOPEKA. Kan., Oct. 17. Kansas
farmers increased their alfalfa acreage
14 per cent last year. The total area
devoted to this great forage crop is
now 1,259,500 acres.
J. C. Mohler. of the Kansas Board of
Agriculture, has Just compiled the al
falfa returns. They show a tremen
dous growth since the crop was intro
duced in the late '80s.
HALF-CLAD THRONG OUT
Fire Rescues in Philadelphia Come
in Early Morning Honrs.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 17. Several
thrilling rescues were made by. a po
liceman, and one man slid down a rope
made.of bed sheets from the third-story
window, when fire early the other
morning damaged a three-story store
and dwelling to the extent of about
The clanging of the fire engines
brought many persons to the street in
their night clothing and excitement
was caused among the patients at the
unuaren e Homeopathic Hospital, which
is half a block away.
The fire was discovered sho-tly after
9 o'clock by Policeman Peters, who
broke open a side door and rushed to
the second floor of the building, where
he found Samuel Docterman, his wife
and three children unconscious in their
beds from the effects of the smoke and
Petere picked up the two smaller
children: Cecelia, 1 year old, and Julius,
7 years old, and carried them to the
street. On his second trip Jennio, 15
years old, was carried to the street.
The father and mother were then car
ried to places of safety and revived.
In the second-story back room the
policeman found Aor.iham Jaffe, his
wife and their child, Samuel. 7 years
old. Arousing the eieepers. he picked
the boy up and ied the way to the
In the meantime rme one bald that
Alexander Taub was asleep in a room
on tne third floor. Peieis rushed back
into the building, but arrived in time to
see Taub s head disappear out the win
Fearing that his escape had been cut
on, xaub had tied te bed sheet to
gether and attached them to j. bodpoet
ano slid to tne street and safety, much
to the amusement of the half-clothed
residents who waccaed from doorways
The fire originated in lh l-actt of
the store and is b. lived to have teen
caused Dy a u ouse gnawing on
TURKISH TOLL IS HEAVY
ARMENIAN ENDURANCE IS
Presence of Vestige of Race la Won
derful, Says Canadian Missionary
DETROIT. Oct. 23. The presence of
a vestige of tne Armenian race, after
what it has endured through centuries
of oppression, is one of the miracles
or history, deolared Dr. James P. Mc
Naughton. a missionary from Turkey,
in an address here today at the Na
tional Laymen's Missionary convention.
Dr. McNaughton, a Canadian, was im
prisoned by Turkish officials shortly
after the ottoman empire became in
volved In the present war, but later
"All Ottoman subjects at the out
break of the war were called on to
contribute 25 per cent- of all movable
possessions with the exception of house
hold furniture," he said.' "From the
farmers 26 per cent of their crops was
demanded. Calling to the colors of all
men of military age left thousands
"Today what is left of this mighty
kingdom is fighting for its life. We
cannot but admire the bravery of the
armies that are making a supreme ef
fort to guard what remains of the
THIEF HAS NO CIVIC PRIDE
Brass Caps From Benson Drinking
Portland has one thief so lacking
in civic pride that he does not ven
erate the celebrated Benson fountains.
This developed last night in a report
to the police that someone had stolen
the brass drinking caps from the foun
tains in the Park blocks above Jef
The caps are the little nozzles from
which the patrons drink.
Jury Awards $600.
VANCOUVER, Washs., Oct. 23. (Spe
cial.) A Jury In the Superior Court
for Clarke County late tonight report
ed a $600 verdict for Jack Archer in
his $2330 suit against John kolzer,
following injuries sustained when
Archer's horse was frightened by the
Kolzer motorcycle. Kolzer is a Van
couver business man, while Archer was
formerly employed by the streetcar
J. P. Schantln Case Dismissed.
The case against Joseph P. Schantln.
charge with obtaining money under
false pretenses, was dismissed in Mu
nicipal Court Friday morning. Mr.
Schantln Is an uast side merchant. The
evidence showed that there .was no
grounds for his prosecution. He was
represented in court by A. W. Parshley,
Adrcntist Membership Grows.
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11,267 or 9.85 per cent in the member
ship of the Seventh-Day Adventist
Church for the year 1914 is shown in
tne annual report or . ti. Rogers,
statistical secretary of the general con
ference . of that denomination, made
publlo today The total membership at
the end of the year was 125,844. -
Five Women Arrested.
Five women were arrested on charges
of vagrancy Friday night. Lizzie Gra
ham, Ida Hicks, Bertha Mlms and Ruth
Wilson were taken in a raid at Twelfth
and Yamhill streets by Patrolmen
Eubanks and Long. Gertie Western
was arrested at Sixth - and Irvlnar
streets by Patrolmen fichad and Fair.
British Sink Fonr Germans.
STOCKHOLM, via London, Oct. 23.
The British submarine campaign
against German shipping In the Baltic
Is being carried on actively. The sink
ing of four more Uerman steamships
Is reported the Hernoeaand. I1S2 tons
gross; Plauen. 4210 tons; Rendsburg,
4639 tons, and Electra, 1261 tons.
Theft Suspect Arrested.
Carl Covert was arrested by Detect-.
Ives Hellyer and Tackaberry Friday
night on a charge of larceny in connec
tion with tne theft of 1110 and some
jewelry from Frank Bristow, a sailor.
last Wednesday night. Two other men
ana a woman- had already been ar
rested. Eight Autolsts Arrested.
One woman and seven men were ar
rested Friday night on charges of hav
ing Improper lights on their automo
biles. They were Mrs. G. Lawrence,
M. L. McNamara. C. E. Davis, J. M.
Flick, Charles Eckelman, E. Close, A.
Meyer and H. Jacobson.
Auto Skids; Five Hit Pavement
Five persons were thrown on the wet
pavement Friday night when an auto
mobile owned by H. P. Devore, of Esta-
cada. skidded and upset on the curving
streets in uaa s Addition, on tne East
Side. No one was injured.
Chinese Arrested at Lottery.
Three Chinese were arrestesd Friday
night in a raid on a lottery game at
84 Second street by Sergeant Van Overn
and Patrolman Hunt. -
Ants have the faculty of crossing wtT
by raeana of tbe surfara tension of the
liquid. bu -key resort to It enly under great
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CYPRUS 13 REFUSED
Greece Announces She Will
BULGARIA IS BOMBARDED
Nish Estimates Losses of Austro
German Army of Invasion at
60,0 0 0 Berlin Asserts That
LONDON, Oct. 23. According; to tne
Times, 100 miles of the railway run
ning from Salonlkl to Jilsh are now In
the hands of the forces Invadlncr Ser
bia, who, It adds, are threatening Vsfcup
LONDON, Oct. 23. The Greek gov
ernment has informed tbe quadruple
entente powers that It does not see its
way clear at present to accept the pro
posals. Including cession of Cyprus and
other concessions, offered in return for
Greek military co-operation with Ser
bia. While Greece's refusal of the offer Is
definite so far as the present is con
cerned. It is felt by London commen
tators that a material strengthening of
the entente allied contingent at Sa
lonlkl would have a material influence
upon the attitude even of the Greek
government. It also Is believed by ob
servers here that Greece cannot persist
in ner present amDiguous position and
that publlo opinion, which is generally
understood to favor the entente allies.
probably will exercise its influence.
Bulgarian Coast Bombarded.
- A dispatch from Athens says it is of
ficially 'announced a bombardment of
the Bulgarian coast from Dedea
ghatch to Porto Lagos, a distance of 31
miles, was begun by the allied fleet
Another dispatch, from Sofia, savs
that no damage was done at Dedea
ghatch. A dispatch from Nish says official
announcement has been made there
that the losses of the Austro-German
army of Invasion have reached 60,000
dead, wounded and prisoners. The
Serbians are said to have repulsed the
The message was forwarded to the
Exchange Telegraph Company from its
Athens correspondent, who says this
Information was contained In an offl-
An Old, Family Cough
Easily Prepared Costa Very
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$2, as compared with the ready-made
kind, but you will also have a much more
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t overcomes the usual coughs, throat arid
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Get from any dru? store 24 ounces of
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?uickly loosens the drv, hoarse or pain
, ul cough and heals the inflamed mem
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u vti(.uuiui me persistent loose coujrn
h V Rfnnninir trt Wm.tiAn Af .kM i
the throat and bronchial tubes.
The effect of Pine on the membranes is
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penuine Norway pine extract combined
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There are many worthless imitations
Of this famous mixture. To avoid dis
appointment, ask your druetrist for
ounces of Pinex," and do not accept any
A truarantee of absolufa aHifatfrn-
ot money promptly refunded, goes with.
jnis preparation. I'nwr ( ;o !,
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, WHEEL CHAIRS
If you don't want to buy,
we will rent you any kind
of wheel chair you want.
If later you decide to buy
the chair all rental paid
will apply on the purchase
price. They are acme of
comfort and a real neces
sity to the invalid or con
valescent. Foarth Floor.
$2.00 Bath Sprays on I f)Q
sale now for. 5 I iU3
$2.25 Three-Quart Cloth - In
serted Fountain Syringe, two
year guarantee, on sale 1 1 OQ
now for only v it3
J. B.L. CASCADED VllZ
Ask for Booklet.
$2.00 Brandt Razor Strops QTn
on sale now for 01 w
2.E0 Straight Razor on I I Q
sale now at only ...... W 1 1 1 0
2.00 AlarmClocks, nnr
guaranteed one year. iUU
K e e n Kutter S a f e ty I ff
Razor On sale at only. . wliUU
WE SHARPEN SAFETY
The Structural Steel I i.rC
Builder, prices. Ol 10)3
J?.?.?. OK - W- GREEV STAMPS
!AKD IS SEVERAL DOLLARS EARNED
-MABSHAU. 4TOO-MOME' A6I7I
cial telegram from Nish to the Serbian
legation at the Greek capital. It is said
thrt among the Austrian, and German
prisoners are many officer-;..
Some Bnlgar Succeaaea Denied.
The same dispatch contains a denial
that the Bulgarians havo occupied
Vranya. Velesza or Knjazevec, but con
firm the report that they have cap
tured Istip and Kotchana.
A Berlin report declares that Bul
garian troops have advanced south of
airumiisa ano nave driven the forces
opposing them across the Varrtar Rlro.
Occupation of Kumanovo and Veleze
Dy Bulgarian troops is also announced.
Field Marshal von Mackensen's Austro-German
forces have further ad
vanced in the north. General von Koe
vess' troops having reached a line run
ning from Arnayevo to Slatino Moun
tain, while the army under General
von Gallwltz has advanced to a front
running through Salevac, SJavlnovao
and Trnovca and to the north of
ITALY HOLDS MUCH COTTON
Shipments Intended for Germany
Valued at $50,000,000.
NEW YORK, Oct. 23. American cot
ton valued at approximately (50,000,000
consigned to Germany, is n possession
of the Italian government, according
to Captain J. W. Batchelir, of the Liv
erpool Salvage Association, who arrived
here today. For several months, he
said, before Italy joined the allies all
cotton consigned to Germany through
Italy was detained.
One of the last pretexts used was
that there was a shortage of cars, and
to overcome this Germany sent to
Italy a large consignment of rolling
stock. Italy is in possession of both
cara and cotton.
I0WANS TO GET LIQUOR
Federal Court Orders Railroad to
Accept Open Shipments.
CHICAGO. Oct. 23. A permanent In
junction was issued today by Judge
uarpenter of the united States District
Court, restraining officials of the Chi
cago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway
Company from refusing to accept and
deliver consignments of liquor to
"Ill" writes: "How may I regain my
weight and strength? I'm so weak
and thin. I should weigh forty-five
Answer: You will find just the proper
tonic and flesh producer you require
by using regularly three-grain hypo
nuclane tablets. They build up
strength, health and flesh. I have
prescribed them many times and they
are highly recommended.
"Grey" writes: "My hair is coming
out. I have dandruff and itching
Answer: I always recommend the
use of plain yellow mlnyol to restore
the scalp to healthful condition and
overcome dandruff and falling' hair.
Mjnyol contains no alcohol to dry the
hair and make it brittle. It Is the
best hair and scalp tonic I know of.
"Niagara" writes: "My mind seems
to be getting weak and my whole sys
tem seems to be losing strength fast.
Please suggest something I may take
to relieve this depressed 'condition,
and restore to my system new life and
enererv and ambition. I feel twenty
yoaxa older Uxaa l am."
Belts Are AH
Stout men will derive com
fort and support from
t h e 8 e strong, reinforced.
Ventilated Belts. Each one
made to the wearer's meas
ure in our factory. Can be
adjusted to any abnormal
condition if necessary. Sat
isfaction or no charge.
NUTS, RAISINS AND OLIVES
Diamond Brand California
walnuts new pack at. nr.
the package ZOC
Seeded Raisins new packOCn
two packages for iOli
California Ripe Olives new
Pack Medium-sized Olives:
Large -sized Olives now at:
CUT GLASS AND SILVER
Many Seasonable and Beauti
ful Novelties That Await
Tour Inspection. Priced
A v ery Complete Line of
Art Ure't. second Floor.
DOLLS I DOLLS!
STAMPS Wrea"m or
soda purchased in
our Tea-Room or at
the Bo da Fountain
from 2 P. r. until
we close at 9 P. M.
points in Iowa arid to agents of the
consignees on the written order of the
The railroad opposed the order in
part on the ground that it would com
pel It to violate an Iowa state law
which provides that the consignees
must designate the drayman or other
carrier who is to receive the liquor
and that the shipment must be marked
for personal use and private consump
tion. Two Spy Suspects Arrested.
LONDON. Oct. 22. Two men. whose
names are not given, were delivered to
day by the civil autnoritles into the
hands of the military for courtmartial.
In all the latest weaves and col
orings. Tailored to please. We
will make you an overcoat for $20
that cannot be equaled by any
other tailor in the world. Com
Tailors and Importers
for Men and Women
Room 609-610 N. W. Building.
Sixth and Wash. Sts.
Ride Up and Save $10.
Cloth sold by the yard. We rain
proof any goods free of charge.
The questions answered below are
general in character, the symptona or
diseases are given and the answers
win apply in any case or similar na
ture. Those wishing further advice, free,
may address Dr. Lewis Baker, College
Bldg.. College - Ellwood Sts.. Dayton.
O.. enclosing self-addressed stamped
envelope for reply. Full name, and
address must be given, but only initials
or fictitious name will be used in my
answers. The prescriptions can bo
filled at any well-stocked drug store.
Any druggist can order of wholesaler.
Answer: Tour nerve cells and tissue
cells have not been receiving proper
nutrition from the blood. Practice reg
ular habits of living and take three
grain cadomene tablets to Invigorate
the system. They should soon improve
"Mary" writes: "Please tell me what
I can do to get rid of this tired feel
ing. My mother says my blood is in
Answer: If you have bad blood, you
need a good system cleanser, blood
riurifler and tonic. Such you will find
n three-grain aulpherb tablets (not
sulphur). Constipation, headache, dark,
sallow skin, coated tongue, nervous
ness and sleeplessness and a tired-out
feeling are symptona of Impure blood.
"W. C. L." asks: "Will you please
tell me what to take for kidney trou
ble? " I have constant headache, chills
and fever. My feet swell and my com-
?lexlon is terribly muddy looking, and
have sacks under my eyes. I have
pains in my back all the time. I am
afraid of Bright s Disease."
Answer: Be careful not to take cold.
Get a tube of "balmwort" tablets at
once, and take according to directions.
These are tbe best you can take to
benefit your condition, and continued
treatment should result in permanent
"Mr. R. R." writes: "Two years ago
your prescription reduced my weight 15
pounds. I have forgotten the name of
the tablets you had me use. Please let
me know what they were."
Answer: I have always recommended
five-grain arbolone tablets - to reduce
weight. Sold by druggists la sealed
tube& with full directions. Adv.