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BABE Vf A? 9PRN AFTER
MOTHER BILLED IN FALL
AND SURGEON IS HERO
Brooklyn, N?. Y,,.April 2... A wo
man fell frolK a window through an
air shaft Ju tho limine at lu:; Col lim
bla street lajtc yesterday afternoon
and was killed, , t?he was .Maria Uuc
chora, aged 23 yeahs, tho pretty young
wif(j of all Italian ? luii;;: hoi''-utaii
Their rooms wore oil tho third floor
and Mrs. Bucc?ioni sat oh thc sill ol
tho window leading to the air shaft
with her baby girl, .Marla, agu j one
year, lu her lap. The mother waa
accidentally overbalanced and she
and the child pitched headlong to
tho collar. Tho woman's ?ku!! wa:,
fractured and death was instantan
eous. Beyond a few bruises, thu lit
tle girl wa? uninjured.
Tho accident caused much excite
ment among the other women in the
house, Gocftusd '.Mrs. Bucchom bad ex
pected to become ft mother in a very
few days. A call was sent to thc
I/ong Island College Hospital nearby
for a doctor, and Surgeon Francis
lWUg carno in ? hurry with the ambu
lance. There! i was so much commo
tion in tho house thai tho young
physician d/d not for a (Imo realize
that p.nnipt action on his part might
itavo anotlu']- life. Ho saw thal the
woman was dead, and he imagined
that tho excitement was due to thc
concern over tho condition of the
Httlo girl, Marla, who was crying Iii
one of tho neighbor's arms. It took
twenty minutes for Dr. liing to as
1 UK) himsolf that tho child hud not
boon seriously hurt, for he made it
most careful examination of its little
body, scokltlg fractures. There was
nono; Only somo bruisos on thc legs.
The doctor was about to leave when
ho -was mudo to understand tho real
situation. A (julck consultation over
tho telephouo with Coroner ocular
followed, ?rod the young doctor got
tho permission ho sought: In a few
inimit?s thero was another baby, a
llltlo girl, in tho dusky cellar, but It
was apparently lifeless'. Its birth had
beeil, delayed too long, tho doctor
thought, but lio discovered a flutter
of life and made a heroic endeavor
to revivo tho dylU? itpnrk. For an
?? .,hour..and ^ hait; the,physician Bought
to" csri?b'ihdi respiration by Up lo lip
inspiration. ' lt WBA a task that tax
ed llhv a?, re UK th and patience. ll S
' Btrugglo In the litterer: of humanl.y
waa watched with silent admiration
by half a dozen of :'.ho women neigh
bors. Slowly his reward cunio.
Them was u goutlo sigh from thu
newborn babe, and soon lt was
Somobody suggested baptism, and a
formal christening ceremony follow
ed. The baby was called Frunces,
out of compliment to 'tho doctor.
Then ho bundled ll up in a shawl and
Ian with it t:>,|!\o hospital. And as
a went ho was cheered to tho ocho
j ? by tho neigh burs. \ Last .night Ute
people ut. tho .h?pital ?aid lt would
' live, , ^Vance's, wa? tho' niost lmper
tant patient im tho InoUtuiion.
"I'm glad I saved tho Httlo ono's
lifo," Bald. Dr. Ring'With . profession^
Why Constipation Injures.
. Tho bowels, aro the natural sower
ngo system of tho body. When they
becomo obstructed by. constipation a
part of tho poisonous maller which
they should carry off ls absorbed in
to tho system,- maklug you feol dull'
and Stupid, and Interfering with the
digestion and assimilation of food
ThiB condition ls quickly rellevod by
Chamberlain's. Tableta. Obtainable
DRINK ? GLASS.
OF BEAL H?T WATER
? ? 1. v ? a
??W. WelwUl' both look and feet'.
<3toan, ?weet and fresh
.and avoid -Illness,
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Sanitary ? ?elenco has of luto mudo
rapid strides with results that are of
untold .-blessing tu humanity. Tho lat-,
cst ai; pi ?call?n ot Ita. un tl ri ur re
search, is -tim recommendation that
ll, l^asy nec?spary .to attend to l?tor
nai'-tahuaUot? of -tlie drainage sys
te ?.:'....:[.thc huuK'.n body as it i? to the
Jra,*i^.o^;th6.hou80*.. . v. .
:. frhds^:tt^t|?^Mid,aro accustomed to
.iee!. iLoffiiiafcSeavy ?vhon wo arise.
toui;toH^dei?wty breath,. acid stom
uvlv.Vac.^hftad. feol aa frosh aa u
dai.;y by <n en! 11 g tile Bluicop of tJtO:
system v.ft?iih moraing' ant*. -f lushing"
outr UieVNthpiu or the internal pols
WfSraffl| whether ailing, sick cr
wef 1,7 r^pdloV each morning before
break tasty ;Jd? ink a glass of real h?r
. w,i'rer Av|iif a teaspoonful of Hwev.
.)tpno phoBphuto In it to wash from
I li i( e toni aclu liver and bowels the
urcv??SVdto^ indlgcsllble . wasto,
sour bltav^na poisonous toxins: tlitib
pl^irfna^lwjwlng^ and . pubrlrying
the. entireAlimentary, ca?al'i befara
putt'UK i.noi'j-,fo%Ki into the st?ma?n.
'Qjbe acihi'a et hot water ?ad limb?
stone phosphate oh an empty stom
ach 4? .Wonderfully Invigorating, lt
.cleaue, >ut all-.the nour fermentations,
v * ?afc( B,V .VVttste und acidity and gives
' bile a epicndUi appoU -e tor breakfast.
. While voil are enjoy lng your brcr.k
m~ : ? . .u
JAMES W, GERARD
American Ambassador In
Berlin, Who handled Corre
, spondcnee on Si^narincs.
WHAT WOULD HAPPEN
IF WAR IS DECLARED?
United States Would Lend
Moral and Financial Aid,
Should Hu' wornt come <>f lilli prc; cut
crishi i? i he rein tiona between ibo
United Bluies and Ocrmaoy* nnd Ibo
two countries declared war upou oncb
other .what part would this country
Thia la n question Ibat bas been
asked many times, and the answer ls
Would the United State* nrmy bo
sent to the trourbes In Flanders and
around Verdun V
Would Ibo United Stales navy bo
sent to nhl tho nilled squadron in pa
trolling the North HO?? nnil nsslat lu
making the blockado of Qcrmany com
: Would n call bo lRs?ied for volunteer?
In this country upd'tbo recruits sent
abroad tu begin training for service?
All of those results ar? possible, but
noue uro probable, lt ls must likely
that thc United Slates, if actually
drawn Into tho war, would piny a part,
a great deal similar to that of Japan
todcy. .lupan ?nd Germany are nt
war. But tho only part that Japan imn
played ls to send munitions to llussln,
.with maybe a/fow officers to direct Ibo
movements of the boals of Russian
troops. True. *br has given her com
pleto moral ami llunnclal support to
the allies. - <
*Th? same course Would probably bc
? uvw'ucd'li.T.-'tU* United Hintes. Tn the
event of actual warfare this govern
jp.yit would lendjils tnndlvlded moral,
conimcivhil. ?ndTwtrin? arid flnauclnT
.support Xi* Um cjplentp .allies, but ^ bi
doubtful If Americans would- actually
partic?pale in the world war.
Our rapidly grov ing steel rind mn
hltloh' factories .would 1H> put rp. work
overtime lu the VlY?fVa io turu,^?C'd'sr
many shells HS possible. The OcrmaSi
liners now 'Interned in various 'Amer
ican ports would be seized by the gov
ernment und put into service carrying,
all kinds of supplies,to the allies. . W
The bankers..of the United .Stat*-*
would stand Solidly behind the allies
and lend'alt I"1 9?MjW dnanclnl uid, anil,
this,probably wcuid lu- ono of thed^:'
Adding features of tb^v-.-r, lt baa of-'
ten been-aald'titot.''tho aide with the.
most money would be the ultimate vlc
"tor, apd with tho.Unlte'd' States ou the
able W l'higlund,. France, ilueala^nnd
JtalyifvSre ts mi> apjib't' that the Aban-,
elnl tide would bo tinned against' the
Tou?oh?c'iK>wer?r ; >Sj*
?' PRESIDENT'S STAND ? *.*
+ ..< j ON SUBMARINE WAR?'>'
? Tho. Kncro? and Indisputable 4.
!>? ritl?s ef 'Inl'?rnfitl?fiBt' j?w^a?v-f*
fecilng noheotohatanits.TvbJch tba *
+v.Ublted, :Sta?*44ibstslefl Germany ?
?^ftbaii' observ-^ln ber submarine ?
?>".. w/nr?nre, mayba>*8Ummed Mp na
?#?'<?rh}Vf'a: j .; ?!
? ', Ir rc i? li t or pn sa cn Ror snips shall v
<. tm 11io attacked without warning. ?
They ?bail not be tired on un- +
less they endeavor to resist or es- *
>,,,ttf^ capare,. - ?
m t?erorq m?* talt?n the/ shall *
j *' bo visited' anil searched for erl- ?
I;*, donen tn establish their belllnor- .>
I entorttidni/?ty or tho presence of ?
a contraband cargo. ?
? ' They shall abfc bosun* U?t? fV
4? proper provisions have been made ?
? ..fo^tb^ safelly Of passengers and ?
? crows. ' ' . ' ' <
? Placing thon? in lifeboats and 4
? turning themadrift ls not suffi- ?
>f?:jpnc unl?fe? th?1 condition of tho *
? sea abd j^roxlmity of land or dth- ?
^?vj?fcel?, warrant the belief that +
? they win bo rescued. ?
SALTS IF KIDNEYS
OR BLADDER BOTHER
Harmless to lush Kidneys and]
i Neut? ab. e Irritating
Kidney ami bladder weakness r
tiltil from flirlc acid, says a noted au
thority. Tho kidneys filler this add
fruin tho blood and pasty lt on to thc
bladder, whero lt often remains to Ir
ritate and inflame, causing a burn
ing, scalding sensation, or setting w.t
an irritation ut thu neck of tho blad
der, obliging you to seek relief two
or ihre? tlmea during the night. Th?
sufferer is in constant dread. thc
watt".' passe? sometimes willi a
scalding sensation and ls very pro
fuse; again, Ibero In dlillculty in
ai olding it.
Bladder weakness, uiost folks call
it, because they can't control urina
(.lon. . While it ia extremely annoying
and sometimes very painful, this ls
really one of the most simple ailments
to overcome, (iel a bon four ounces
of Jad H:\lia from your pharmacist
ami taku a tablespoonful in a glass
or water beToro breakfast, continuo
thia for two or tlirca days. This
will neutralize thc acids in the urine
so-. lt no longer is a source of irrita
tion to the bladder and urinary or
gans willah then act normally again.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless, j
and is made from the acid of grapes |
and lomon juice, combined with lith
ia, and ls used by thounand? of folks
who aro subject to urinary disorden
causcd by uric acid irritation. Jud
Salta is splendid for kidneys and
causes no bad effects whatever.
Hero you havo a pleasant, effcrves
cent lilhla-water drink, which quick-1
ly relieves bladder trouble.
City Candidates' Cards
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election as mayor of the I
City of Anderson, subject to the rules
of thc democratic primary election.
J. H. GODFREY.
I hereby uuuounco myself a candi
dato for hiayor for tho City of Ander
son, Hubject to tho rules of tho demo
cratic primary election.
WADE A. SANDERS.
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 1
I hereby announce myself as candi
dato for alderman from Warri 1, sub
ject to rules of tho city democratic
W. E. ATKINSON.
f iforeby announce myself as a
candidate for Aldorman from Ward i,
subject to tho rules of tho democratic
i> ri ma ry election.
C. W. McOuo.
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 2
I horooy announce myself a candi
dato fot re-election as aldorman from
Ward 2, subject to tho rules of the J
democratic primary election.
Tho friends of A. M. McKall hereby j
announce him'as a candidate for al
dorman from Ward 2, subject to the j
democratic city primary.
F FOR ALDERMAN WARD 3
I hereby ann omi co my;, eli a candi
date for alderman from Ward 3. sub- I
ject to tho rules ot tho city demo-1
eratic primary election. ? ",
8??f*t?*w '-BRir?firr B??AN.
i i . .
I hereby announce myself a candi-: j
dato fer re-election as alderman from
Ward 3, subject to tho rules of tfi c j
democratic primary election. .? * ..
; V. ; CHAS. P. SPEAKMAN. ,, j
s rmerehy i?tfou?co' myself ?rean?t
d?t?'jfor alderman from .Ward S/sob-r,,
j ?ct to the rutes of tho city dc mo eva-j
tie pMmiiry election.
B. G. BRUCE.
.... i ? ... ? ; .ii i j & i i- ?
-FOR ALDERMAN, WAR:i 4
f I . hereby c?nounce; myself ..a oandl-J
date -te??.alderman from "Ward 4, sobH
I Jec.t :cio,)the rules of ?j the v?tty demon
oralie primary election. ?
'*'?.> 1 wi ?*.i'i,->". *?>V *,?v!\'*?
h.eve!;y announce., myself a candia;
? ' fo r ro - cl co t U i ii aa' aW o r m an fro m
ard''4, surfet to tho rulea" aad ro?
Af \tte' ?Hy &rjfoary, < . ''
% ;.. JOHN a. TATE,
FOR ALDERMAN, W?PD 5
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato fot1 reelection as alderman from
Ward G, subjTct to tho rules bf tho
democratic primary election.
R. R. KING.
Wreby anhonnco myself a? ai
?candtdato for alderman from Ward G, j
uubject to Ul? mles of tho f:ltv dEin
[ ricratlc primary.
_ A. G. MEANS.I
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 8
f T ht?r?by tonounco myself a candi
date for re-?lectlnn as atdorrann from
Wa?r r?, sunleet* to to*' ral*/ of th?
I hereby nnnounco mys ol f a candi
date foral desman from Ward 6. sub
ject to tho rules of the city democra
tic primary election.
Hot Water Ea
Puts Roses ii
To look one's best and feel one's I
best lu to enjoy an inside bath each
morning to flush from tho system thu |
previous day's waste', sour fermenta
tions and poisonous toxins before it is!
absorbed into thu blood. Just as coal,
when its burns, leaves behind a cer
tain amount of incombustible- mate
rial in thc form of ashes, so the food
and drink taken each day leaves in
(tho alimentary organs a certain
amount of indigestible material,
which, if not eliminated, forms toxins
land poisons which arc then sucked
I into thc blood 'through thc very ducts
I which are Intended to suck lu only
nourishment to sustain the budy.
If you want to see tho glow of I
healthy bloom .In your cheeks, to see
your skin get , clearer arid clearer,
you aro told to drink every morning,
upon urlBing, a glass of hot water
with a teaspoonful of limestone phos
phate in it, whibU is a harmless means
of washing the waste material and
toxins from the itomach, liver, kid
neys and bowels, thus cleansing,
sweetening and purifying the entire
i Your Cheeks
alliucntury tract, before putting inure
food into the stomach.
Girls and women with sallow skins,
liver .-,pots, pimples or pallid com
plexion, also those who wake up with j
a coated tongue, bad taste, nasty
breath, others who are bothered with)
headaches, bilious spells, acid stom
ach or consiipation should begin this
phosphatetl hot-water drinking and
?are assured of very pronounced re-!
suits in one or two weeks.
A quarter-pound of limestone phos
phate costs very little at the drug
store, but ls suilicient to demonstrate
that just as soap and hot water
cleanses, purities and freshens the
skin on the outside, so hot water and
limestone phosphate act on the inside
ornuns. We must always consider
that internal sanitation is vastly
more important than outside cleanli
ness, because the skin pores do not
absorb Impurities into the blood,
while the bowel pores do.
Women who desire to enhance the
beauty of their complexion should
just try this for a week and notice
_ ICE CREAM CHURNS
Alaska and North Star in sizes- to suit any
in different sizes; - ^ f ^
Wc well fur tush mu! (lie in Ire:, are righi.
TATE HARDWARE CO.
West Side Square
The man w"ho ex
periments conjes/back: to Fircstones.
The man of experience slicks to Fire
stones. Graduate now into, the exper
ienced class who' enjoy < ;
MOST MILES PEKDOLLAR
See thc Firestone mr.n and find out why you
can get this extra'Service at average: coBt.
--. . '" *^ V.:.i
Automobile and Motorcycle Tires,
Tubes and Accessories
Todd Auto Shop
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by 15th, 1916, a? follows: ?; :
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