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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, JUi;2 8, ltZX
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EiGLISH ROYAL FAMILY JAR
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and yueen Has Lost none 01 ner
: SpunkResult: Discord
IN GOOD IIUL10R
(RWlal ntwatrk br Lease Wirt to Tha Jearaal)
- Windsor. Eng.. June z. Deaplts re-'
rent domestlo fc-rlcfs. Queen Alexandra
Jibs not lost her apunK and does not feat
to lecture her royal husband upon hi
, Ispnes from hla civic and other, dutlea.
. Tha royal party was due to arrive
at Windsor cast la early this afternoon
to spend Whitsuntide. Not arriving on
time. It was learned that there had
been a scene lit Buckingham palace be-
, tween the kin and queen. For a long
time the queen refused to accompany
the kin. Shortly after ( o'clock ehe
was fairly hustled Into an automobile
and theroykl - Journey -Wlndaorward
morning, when a arena ensued between
-their majesties. concluding, with tha
queen's declaration that aha would not
go to- Windsor. . Tha queen'a absence
from Windsor castle would have cauaed
awkward gossip, which the king always
seeks to avoid.
It waa stated In Windaor today that
this Is not the flrat occasion tha nueen
has declined to accompany the king be
cause of his devotion to the friends who
live In Portman Square. -
Extenuating the king's conduct."lt is
eald hla majesty Joined merry bridge
party at Jilefrlend s bouae. - i ne sun
had been up hours, before he entered
bis private brougham to return to Buck
males h-ft Buckingham caatla and
drove to the house of one of his fiienda
at Portman square. :. t,v'yv'
. ' Hut majesty did not return, to Buck
ingham palace, until late Saturday
Tontsht It waa stated that the queen
.n.v ith th kin v hcun flatur-
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y- morning -nor-me-aiuu:--o.cinc a, bis j tuiJ!L.iii.5j - - - ipori;r jiier 1 """" 7, "
lUSeu 19 III LU n lliunuii .1 . .
tlngulshed house party had gathered,
because tha king had included tha namo
of a woman whom .the queen qeiesia n
tha Hat of the castle gueata.
FIRE BELL TO GALL
LOST BESSIE BAUER
" Unless Bessie Bauer la found by the
searchers before o'clock this morning
the Seltwood fire bell will be rung, the
population of the town will be eum
moned together and sent out en masse
to spend tha entire day acourlng-the
woods " south of Rlrervlew cemetery
"Irraearrn uf Hie missing glil.
, Late yesterday afternoon Miss Bauer
7 was captured by two amall boys, but
.they were unable to hold her until help
could be summoned, and . she escaped
. Into tha woods again. V Her trail was
followed for soma distance, but waa
lost completely in a dense undergrowth.
7"EafIyr""ll)a ""morning" a" w6maiJV6fe
waa heard in the woods.' on tne mua
west of Fulton, but' a search failed to
-- produce any reauKsr
After the girt waa seen In the canyon
south of the cemetery early n the efter-
further trace of her-was secured until
'j she was discovered In the southeastern
' corner of the. cemetery Juat.before dusk
by two young boys. The Tads came
upon her unawaressnd - seised her
- clothing, She was too much ror their
strength and easily freed herself" from
their grasp. Into the woods she darted,
and though she was ptirsued Imme
diately by a, party -af- searchers, ' tha
trail was -completely Vast leaauihan two
blocka from the cemetery. -. i'
- .Thirty men -and boys spent tha night
in- the woods to the sooth and west of
the- cemetery Detective Lou Hartman,
who was in charge of tho party, sta
tioned them at vantage polnta along tha
riverside drive, through tha woods at
points where she might be expected to
seek shelter or ' water and along" tha
edge of the foothills. Tha searchers
lay In hiding all night where they
- . A m.Sm at a la aa gall isTrtaM sls'Sai
fFTjWfyWfWTWtTlfsfsr- Wf"w wsrsws-w as s s ewwwaraav"
Ing country yet not be seen. Detective
Hartman acted upon tha theory that
the young woman, if made to believe
that the search had been abandoned,
would work her way out into tha open
and might be caught.
Shortly after midnight a woman's
mation in the woods west of Kulton.
Two-dogs from a near by house rushed
ish ana chased
the hill. Bearrhers followed but could
get no trace of the girl, though they
were positive It waa she. A big. dry
cave was discovered -tn the brushjind it
ls'-supposed - she-was -making -for . this
to spend tho rest of tha night. .::
. Mr a. Curran. living at 4(4 fcast Iiavls
street, reported last night that a girl
wearing sr-ed-aklrt. and pink waist
called at her house about S:4Q and asked
to use the telephone, then went away
without using it. " - She said tho girl
acted queerly and she thought she' waa
Miss Bauer.. - Miss Bauer was seen in
the cemetery about this time and it is
known that she wears a dark brown
skirt, a striped waist, a long brown coat
and a red hat " "
NO -GAMBLING GAMES
CAN BE STARTED IN
, -' (Special bispeteh te The JootmI.)
BIHInga, -Mont., June t, People., of
thla town are determined to squelch the
gambling fraternity so effectually that
they -wilt not datwtw lift their heads in
. tha community again. ' .
It has ' been, rumored that gamblers
Intended to reopen gambling during tha
opening of the Crow reservation for
I the purpose of fleecing strangers who
may come here to register for land.
.The Cltlsens' league has adopted reso
lutions pledging -Itself to vigorously
prosecute any one who may try to con
duct a gambling game or slot machine
f or -every sparate - offense,-- Publle
splrited ' cttlsens declare that Billings
will hot tolerate gambling any more,
especially during the presence of tha
expected visitors, being determined to
make, the best Impression possible upon
prospective settlers to Induct them to
come to this locality. : ,
DEEDS SENT PUTER VERE
TO SCHOOL LAKDS
But Finley Morrison Says He Is
Willing to Show All the
Tfca deeds-rhlch were sent by Finley
Morrison to 8. A. D.-Puter.tn the reg
istered envelope which followed the fugi
tive through tha middle west at tha time
of his first flight In May, IMS, and now
in the possession of United States District
Attorney Bristol, were, deeds for school
Hand They were for the west one -half
of , the east one half of section It, range
a south. U east, and south one half of
southeast one fourth of section X. range
a south, 10 east They had been exe
cuted by- William B. Thornen of Tuol
umne, California.- and were in payment
of a debt to Puter.
- Finley Morrison acted merely as the
banker In all of his transactions with
Puter. Puter and Tborsen traded lands.
Thoraen giving Puter script to tha value
of S. 000 and the above described school
lands, for certain properties owned by
. Puter.. - As a banker Morrison sold this
scrip and paid certain debts, as per
Puter'a .instructions. He then mailed
him the deeds to the school lands given
him by Thorsen and sent him the re.
mainder of the. scrip money.- Finley
Morrison Is une of -the best -known llm
bermen in the northwest and he Js
ready to ahow all of the records concern
ing his transactions with Puter. v
SURVEY IS ORDERED ON
UNE JOSKEENA RIVER
-Victoria, B. C., June 2.
party of Is has gone to Prince Rupert,
the Pacific terminus of the Grand
Trunk Pacific, to aurvey a route east
ward from the transcontinental railway.
They will locate a line on Kalen Island,
on which Prince Rupert Is located,, and
continue it on the mainland to Skeena
river " It Is believed "tha Una" may"
cross the, Skeena river at Kltsalas can
yon and continue on tha south side of
the river to Haselton.
BOARD MEETS MONDAY
8peelsl Dfcpatch by teased Wire to The Jon null
Indianapolis, Ind., June t Tne na
tional executive, board of the miners'
-union in the anthracite field is sum
moned to1 meet-heTsr-Mondayr""Ttierea:-aon
Is unknown, but the - rumor that
John Mitchell is to resign is scouted.
To Your CrbcisT
And get good bread. Those who arc tired of
ordinary bakers' bread will appreciate the kind
we bake. We have studied the bread question
Jboroughljr, and are satisfied that the product
of the Butter-Nut "Bread Co?a bakery i as
near perfection as it's possible to make iU- A
loaf will show you Vie difference. The bread's
unusually good flavor will linger in your mem
ory, and you will undoubtedly, specify it again
when ordering. .
Remember that there- are imitations of Butter-Nut
Bread that's because it's so good
and to be sure to get the genuine article buy
none without this label printed in blue 5
Poses for the Men Behind the
' Shutters. Before Leaving
- for Europe, f ;
"ON OUR HONEYMOON AT
LAST" SAYS NICHOLAS
Congressman Declares Trip Has No
. Significance . Other ' Than Continu--
ation of Wedding Tour Which Has
Extended Over. World. .'
(SpwUl Dispatch by Lesatd Wire to The loeraal)
New Vork. June J. "Well, aU-Jast
we are on our honey moon. ' said Nlch-
olaa Lonrworth to ' an Aanerican
more newu?ateif and Ttodak" ' men orrf
the upper deck Of tho Bt Louis a ban
hour .before ahe left the dock of ' the
American line thla morning. Long
worth entered, Into a corapaot to posa
for the photographers and induced Mrs.
Longworth . to face tha . brigade. She
skipped lightly out upon the deck,
bowed amlllngly right and left and con
sented cheerfully to face 'the cameras.
Now. waan't I good T Mrs. Long
worth aaked wljen the last "click" had
clicked. ...- -
Mr. and Mrs. Longworth had spent the
night prior to tha ship's departure on
board. -They had been the guests of the
Cornelius Vanderbllts at the New York
theatre to see "His Honor the Mayor."
and after a aupper they had been driven
to the steamer by the Vanderbllts. No
personal friends visited tha steamer to
see them off. but a quantity of flowers
srrlved for them:
The suite the Longworth s are occupy-
numbers. .20 and 22. and is on tha
starboard side aft.
- ' A WMaln Trip.' '. '";
"Really this trip has no slgnlflcanca
at all," said Mr. Longworth. "other than
a wedding journey. In London wa wtl
be entertained by Ambassador and Mrs,
Reld and a number of dinners and re-
will meet Rie king I cannot say,"
'Does not the Thought of meeting the
imit snrt thi
Germany lmpreaa you a bltr
"Why, not at all; I am an American.
TrHT'n6t7ffH"dTinTnWll -Is Of offtenti
greatness, that la in men. Jjj Impress us
in that way."
: "Our London - visit," he - continued"."
"wtll last two weeks, after which1 we
will leave for Parle, where we will be
band, the Countess and Count de Cham
brun. As the count baa a touring car
we will pass a good' deal- of the time
"on little trips in and about Paris," going
to see the Riviera, and of course to
It Is said that during their - Berlin
visit the Longworths "Will be received
by Emperor William and . that Mrs,
Longworth will , thank him personally
for the beautiful Jeweled bracelet which
ha sent her ,ns a wedding gift
W1U Hot Tlsrt Bossis, - - -
- "We will not visit Russia," Mr. Long
worth snld emphatically. The decision
not to Inrlude Russia rn t h" wedding
tour recalls the intimate friendship be
tween Mr. Longworth, Miss Roosevelt
and the Countess CassJnt, who was re
ror ted at . one time engaged to Mr.
Longworth and who became estranged
from the two after the engagement, of
the young congressman to tha Presi
dent's daughter was announced. '
Concerning politics, Mr. ; Longworth
'said' : -
"I expect to run for congress, again
after ths expiration of ray term next
year. I will be back: for the .congres
sional convention of my district, which
will be held during the first part .' of
September. Theodore Hortman is in
the field against me with George B.
Cox-4ehlnd-Jllroi-THe is a Jolly good
fellow, but I am still In the running."
"Do you" .Intend to remain in politics
to make your career for good and all?"
Mr. Longworth was asked.
"Well, really." ha replied, "people in
politics are like English sparrows, they
are never sure of their next year's nest.
I like politics Immensely, but have no
thoughts of a career: I am still young
enough to, 1st tha future tske care of
itself. .When we return wa will go to
Cincinnati, where we will make our
TheXgntworm Will return on Ath
gust i. An allegwT threat of an Italian
anarchist to blow up the steamship St.
Louis and Incidentally the Longworths
brought to the pier a half score of po
licemen who made a vain search for the
would-be bomb thrower.
' Just before the St. Louis sailed a man
on tha pier Is alleged to have been ap
proached by a rather dark-skinned, 111
dreasud foreigner who aakad If nA
Mrs. -Longworth were on board tha
ship. When he was . told they were
he produced 1 a mysterious-appearing
package from under his coat, saying as
he did so:
"This is a dynamite-bomb. - It will
make short work of Mr. Longworth and
the president's daughter. I am g6lng
to throw it Into their stateroom."
. The amased cltlsen hurried to the en
trance of the pier where a policeman
was stationed and Informed him of tha
man's threat. Tha policeman sent In a
caU.tOthetatlonandJhen the men.
were hurried to the pier. A search re
vealed no one answering the description
of tha Italian.
SUFFRAGISTS TO HOLD
. FINAL MEETING TODAY
A meeting In the interest of equal, suf
frage will be held in the Marquam the
atre thla afternoon at 1:80 o'clock. An
Interesting program has been .arranged
for the occasion. Addresses will be
delivered by a number of prominent
speakers, Including Rev. Anna M. Shew,
Mra, Eva Emery Dye. E. S. 3. MacAllls
ter, J. tU Jones, Judge Rufus Msllory
and others. There will be no admission
gnd everyone la Invited to -attend.- -
.,',.... I .
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UNION MEETING VOTES
' IN FAVOR OF WORD
At a. large union meeting of Republi
cans .and Democrats at Sylvan last
night' the spirit was overwhelmingly
in favor of Torn-word for reelection to
the office of sheriff. Speech were
Jnade.by -SenatorC. W. Nottingham.
Bruce Wolverton and John Haiti, sSCre--!
tnry of the Municipal association of
Portland. The audience waa enthusl
aatlo and cheered every time the name
uf Word was mentioned.
, atad Bees Before the Judge.
"We all have our burdens to bear,"
remarked the minister. -"Life at best Is
but a series of i trials." " . ...
"I don't mind' the trials, parson, said
Senator Smoothguy. 1 "It's the convic
tion that hurts."
"Wdml CiciiitQ & Cgo
FOURTH -MID VJASH1UGT0U STREETS
Taken at Par
Positively No Mail or Country Orders Accepted at the Very Low
I J Prices at Which These Goods Are Offered. " .5 v.
Free Delivery to
All Parts of City
Cut Glass for June Brides ot- nh f;rxp,r you,n d and
Flower Vase, 14-inch
Pedestal Vase, 12-inch. j.-.. $6.00
Whiskey J)ig, Oriental, -.$11.00
Fruit Vase, newest shape. .$16.50
Pedestal Bonbon, 12-inch.. $12.75
Colonial Decanter -and . 6 - -
r Whiskey Glasses. . . ; . Vr. $13.65 f
. f 8.70
Colonial Caret Glasses, y
Colonial Cocktail Glasses,
y dos $3.95
Ice Cream Tray. ...... ....$16.00
Berry Bowl, besutiful cut.. $15.00
Wster Pitcher, whirl cul $8.50.
Pedestal Cske,- 10-inch. . r. $8.00"t
Nsppies, Spoon Trsys, Vinegars, Oils, Salad DisheSrAVater-Classesr-Sherbets, etc, all
S PER CENT DISCOUNT.
If you are going to buy Cut Glass take advantage of these extremely low prices.
, , . .
'At your price, f 2.95 to fia.OO for .fifty feet
lengths, and a noxsle free. Every hose fully
guaranteed, v . ' ' '
Hose Reels worth $15 each.'
Don't fail to examine our stock before you buy.
jreas variety, Take-one to-the shore-wtth-
you. 50c and 75c - ; .
- AT UTTLE M0HEY . .
rFinefold Port, ouart. Ren. 5l)c. Special. 77. M Z
Fisher s Bourbon, quart. Kegrji-ZSrSpecial. . .95
3-star Cognac, quart. -Ktg.JflJ bpecial.,
Officinal Brandy, quart. Reg. $(.00. Special., - .73 ,
- Metal Towel Racks. Reg. 35c, Special..,. .19 .
Bath Room Bracket. Re?. $1.25. . Special.. . .90
HAlcohol Stove fdr Hampers. Reg." $1.00.' Spl.;,,65 -
Guaranteed Alarm Clocks. Keg. VHc Special.., .73
Fair View Books. Reg. 25c -Special... 10
.Highland Linen Papeterie Reg50c .Spl ;.29,v
Writing' Fluid. Regular 5c. Special.... J03 7
Mucilage. Reg. 5c Special................ .03
Ruled Writing Tableta.- Reg. 25c Special,-.10
Hardwood Toothpicks. Reg. 5c " Special ... .03 '
'Frisco Views and Books, 10c to.. '.25r
- Crepe Shejf PaperReg. 5cSpeciaU.,.,,.. ',04
Taper Napkins, extra fine; decorated, per 100. v , ..
SoCCisu ----- - -- ar tfw a a a m a ai : .19 "
Wax Gas-Tapefs. Regr 10cr-Special.; . i . ;-
Shoe Polish, pastei Reg. 10c Special...... .0,
- If. It's S new Handbag or Suit
Case, we csn please you In style
and pries. -"
PHoio Days Are These
-'Our nhoto department is brimful of
1 fessionsl photographer cameras,
- plates, films, tripods, developing out-
tST-earnefa-cases, albums and a thou. 1
Developing and Printing z
Bring us your films rwe develop
and print them with the highest skill
and your work is finished on Schedule'
Use our-dark room.
Ask us Questions.' :
' Come get a book of instructions or
fthone us your wants we have been
earning for half a century this ex
perience .is .at your service and as
tree as sunshine. , - ' :
: JuSt remember that anything you
purchase at--this store" has our
money back guarantee behind it.
Of all kinds.
Of aU kinds made to your measure on our own;
looms.. Satiafaction and, perfect fit guaranteed.
iZxSend for . measurementjjlajnk'and pries list .
Our Rubber Dept.
Is very complete experienced saleSladtei who
know how to wait on you all rubber pur,
chases guaranteed ons year. "-:
S Great tonic days
- f orinvalidst-r-glvs
thern s little- aun
ahlna 1 and -f Oregon
osone in a' comfort '
able Invalid chair. ' '
ii r ii ii i
For porch and trailing plants, beautiful design,
all sizes, prices from 60c to $175. Ask to see
them. ;:z7;7::,"rL:-7:z-::;j:: js -;. r
Uncertainty Prevails Efoth on the Part of
Companies and Insured Some Con
cerns Offering to Settle at Discount
8pMtt Ritieetelifte Leases Wtae teTeeIeeraat4
San Francisco, Juno 8. Six weeks
have rolled by since ths business dis
trict -of. this city was devastated by
Are and the insurance situation is still
In the air. Until the Insurance compa
nies say the, word no man knows whore
hs stands. ' -.- - - - ---ji
A lew losses have been paid. Some of
tha wealthy corporations, eastern and
foreign,-have settledindividual losses, rpotlcrr
dollar for dollar, but theae Involved
only one company each and were upon
frame buildings that withstood the
earthquake and succumbed only to the
So far as known no big elalms on
buildings carrying risks In several com
panies have been . settled. These are
awaiting what the .underwriters vaguely
term adjustments." . Nor have the
companies yet touched brick "buildings
or structures known to have been de
stroyed by dynamite. There are- ques
ttona of law affecting such claims
which it is expeoted will bo made the
subject of test cases. , '. .
Xasuranoe Stem at Sea.
The insurance men themselves have
no data from which to estimate their
liabilities. They contend-that- a cer
tain amount of damage was done by the
earthquake and they propose. If they
can, to make deductions for thla It has
been hard to obtain evidence and the in
surance men are reminded that they will
not be permitted to make deductions
where the damage not caused by Ore
did not reduce the value of the bulling
to an amount below the face of the
A Are underwriters adjusting bureau
has been established here and in Oak
land, and its hundred and odd members
are discussing the earthquake propo
sition daily. It has been suggested to
make aa estimate of earthquake dam
age by striking an average, say, for ax
ample, It per cent, and treat all alike.
" - aartkoaake Clause.
I Fourteen - oat, e 4h-l iS companies
Involved: In the tire have what they call
"earthquake, clauses" in their polloles.
That is to say In the clause purporting
to exempt the companies from liability
for loss caused "directly or indirectly"
by certain specified dlsaatara or disturb
ances appear ths word "earthquake." It
remalna to.be seen whether all or any
of these 1 companies so protected will
' I urvitWH :H:! fhh I '
dsre to clslra that this clause covers
the entire San Francisco conflagration.
Then there is ths dynamite question.
The standard form of insurance policy
purports te exempt the Insurer from lia
bility for loas occasioned by "act of
civil authority." . Corporations that are
hard pressed may elaim exemption from
liability upon dynamited buildings. The
law and the authorities are the other
way. In fact, it is generally recognised
that ths dynamite losses must be paid.
From the foregoing it can be seen that
the situation is most unsatisfactory.
There are whispers that 6S per cant of
the companies are face to face with
bankruptcy and must resort to sharp
practice to keep alive. " Some are offer
ing compromises for cash. "Take 10
per sent now, instead of being -forced
to accept less after two years," ssy
It waa in the nick of time that the
Examiner1 opened a policy-holders' bu
reau in the olty, with lawyers and clerks
in attendance to ehow the people what
to do and How to do it. The crowd at
the bureau dally is evidence Of the gen
eral feeling of uneasiness.
" Ths Traders Insurance company of
Chicago, which le in the hands of a re
ceiver, sent a lawyer to test the pulse
of the policy holders. ' He suggested is
compromise of 49 cents on the dollar.
Then policy holders discovered that tho
Traders', upon a capital of $600,00 and
a surplus of $1,100,000, had- iasued poli
cies to the amount of $l0,000,O0 all
over the world and bad lost $6,000,000.
in Ban Francisco. Also- that its dlrec. :
tors are men worth about $$0,000,000.
They arose in their might and rejected '
Lawyer Batee and his proposal. They
have announced their intention of pro
ceeding against the stockholders in the
courts of Illinois.
Some companies, the very few, un
happily, are behaving honorably. The
Aetna, Liverpool dc London A Globe, t
Royal, London A Lancashire, Hartford
and Home have all paid losses without
discount. But -being individual r losses
their payment has not cleared the at.
Biosphere. . -
The merohanta say: "We don't want
our . money now. We merely want tn
know, that ws are golngJto get it. Tell
us you will pay in six tnonths, a year,
twe--yeare. Whenwe have your prom'--lse
to pay wa can go to the tanks and,
get money to resume our business."
When that question Is answeredTTiS"
cloud will be lifted from the insurance -situation.,.
This Snapahot of King, Edward Was Taken Without His Knowledge, ss
He Waa Taking a JValk Along La Place With s.Few Frienda.
- rlSf F-REO-YOIT----
TME L0N0ER THE LESSERA WONDERFUL DISCOVERY
After many years of study sad practice a tMotnment Vh-gwHs ehralcum has dlaoBverod
the cure for all forma of Constipation. It la called Chase'a Constipation Tablet. "I do
not mean, aaad the Virginia Doctor to several of hia colleague announcing his ssceaes
that this Is a fake cure-all. guaranteed to cure every thing from pimples to paralysis,
neither do I meaa J tut aaothsr piU which breeds the pill habit:" my remedy la a enre for
one thinr-a specifio which sever (ails. By gently toneisg the digestive organs SO
uiiub iwuia vuki arm- wa, wtj muf toneuig tne aigestlve organs so
thatthev POlfuiiu theirnatural functions. It natnrM ihm .11 tn hlih unni.
talievea Immediately and In a short time cure Constipation. i
"The more yon take the less yon need until yes need
none for yea are cared; -My effort all along waa to
avoid the evil of the ordinary remedy which pampers
organs already weak and so makes ths patient a slave
to the pill. RememberMature expects every organ .
w uu II. UUIJ,
Physicians have long recognised the fait that con
stipation w at tne Dottom of nearly every disesse. It
saps all eaary, and makes life a bardaai it opens tho doors to aU evO germs and makes
the body too weak to resist them. .
This new discovery Is in small tablets, eaafly
taken, and they are packed in watch-ahape
bottles which fit the vest pocket. Tb tablet la
mild, alt vegetable, never gripea or injure the
most delicate organs.. But it does the work r So
naturally and soothingly they stimulate and
regulate and strengthen that they have- bees .
nicsDsmea i ne utile velvet workers,"
Dost shuffle along with thli great burdeal Be healthy, be strong, be happy.
When a man's liver r working properly, ths bowel are regular
and the kidneys sr active and healthy, what a Joy it is to live.
Voo get up in the morning feeling rested and bright after m
good night's sleep, with a keen appetite for breakfast and a
healthy relish for each mouthful, and when yon go out the sir
emails good sud t ou flit wi luiigw with pleMqr: The nun shiBMir
the birds aing, your every aenae la scuts and appreciative, the
blood bounds through yoar veins, carrying life and activity to
every minute ceQ and tissue, your hopes are high, your mind
clear, your spirits high, yon step buoyant, snd you thank God
that evervthlne- la so beautiful anil that it la an mI tn lln
No man or woman with torpid liver, ooostipated bowels and poisoned brain and nerves
ever feels like that.
Go to yoar druggist and get a bottle of Ckaae'a Censtleatloa Tablets, and If after
a fair trial yoa find tha remedy la not all It la represented to be, your drursist will refund
money without question or argument. la watch shape bottles, that fit ths vest pocket.
To any reader Who sends as his or her
name and address with Ave stamps to cover
postage eapenses, we will st once mad a full
size 25-oent bottle of Chase's Constipation
Tablets, the velvet worker that ears. Not
t sample, mind, but a full-elM 15-eent bottle,
t us prove it to you. Write today, ad
dressing CHASE Mro. CO. :
9S3 Threes Ave, Irsekiya, Nasi Ysrlb
1 have never uaed Chase's Con stipe.
tlon Tablets, and enclose five sternse
for full sised bottle. .,
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