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withheld, until nlhtr i
Tha All mm wn !ntn In Wimhlnflon
nd t (M nothlna lo It no I will i
r-v n ithlnf about t lie effect the Titan!.- '
l'attr may have upon the rarnlnaa
a mt lb White Htar line. I m aolne;
he-n for a complete reat and I hellovc
I . an nhtaln It better at are thnn ashore.
hnt Will ba nothlM to rttstra-t me."
Adriatic were Officers l.lahtrnUcr. low.
man. and flnxhall. who were .avail
MM Titanic. All had appeared be.
bar the HrnMorl.il comm'ttrc In Wash.
titm. nrat. thf .hip'i lookout who
I cinnpl.ilned thai he wan not furnlshej
I with marina alnaaes. and about twmtv
I Ovt other me mbers of the Tltanli i'I
J crew, alan aelliwa on iha a I'll1
SMITH'S EFFORTS TO
TRACE SEWS HOLDVP.
fcnator William Aliln Hmlth. ohalr-
Brnn of thr Senate commliti-r inveatl-
a In thr Tltanli- illaaster, waa Miked
again to day In 111 rfforta lo Bit to the
li ttom of the mystery fnirroundlni tat
eoernt bjr tile White Hrar offices In
"ew York of a trlesTem ' t to have
ialren te fill' iletalle of the dlaaatcr trn
limtre bafora Ilia airsmahlp company
admitted that It knaw anything- daOblta
about tha Tltanlc'i sinking.
K J. Dunn, tha Nrw York man aim
. i ii.xr.l Sanalur Smith In Washington
to produce thr arrant who told DIM I -w " "
eabmit tha receipt of this meaasae In theler RM propoai-d agreement tha Prated
Western Union office In New York, an- Sl iU-a would fcet much the betler of (t
peare1 before the Senator and admitted
Jtli.it the operator In ciueat Ion had loft
town ami could not he found The
Senator haa Ma own men now on the
-trail of the missing wltneae
4 WaalaM TT 1 n niunlnt who M.
maaaaya Mr. Data toll
ia kBowa to ana," aald
ike aaator. -Bat It cuu la sock
MiUHUal manner that I eaaaot
dlvalge ba information to tka pub
lic at ike preaent time. Tka op
en by tka way baa sot been
eeea etna hurt Bandar eight."
Nothing la more reaaonahle In my
Kind than that lamay ahould have
hurried off a message to Kranklln Juat
aa aoon aa he found hlmaelf on the
t'arpathla and that In thla mraaage he
ahould have told the real facta about
athe dlaaater to the Titanic. I am con
v1n,ed of the truth of DMt'l atale
j ment relitlva to the exlatence of such
- a telecram."
Senator 8mlth made a definite atate
. ment the Brat that he haa given con
icrnlng what the Investigating commit,
te considered to have bean the net re
aulta of Ita etforta and what would be
Iha recommendations made to tho Hen
ate upon tha raaulta of the inveatiaatlon.
Pointing to a lar leather folio he aald:
wa rat U f i
af Bar aapreaab to
kataiU la tka loe,
Bli tkat tka peo-
aUaf tka i
aia aot rt kau
wka waa aat af tka laat to leave
bafaaa eke want town.
I ta kavbar aaaa la tka laat
a crewd af aaaa and
tkaaa ataaaaar people appeared aa
tka kaat aaaka hafaret Bad tkay
baaa laatiaiatt from daaar aot"
WOMAN UMVIVOf) TELLS OF
Mra J. Htuaxt White of Brtarcllff waa
eaaualaed at a private beartnr at ike
Waldorf ejy Senator Smith. Bbe tettl
04 that aoon after boarding; tha Ti
tanic at Cbenbour. aha ellieped and fell,
aaraiBlnc bar ankle and waa confined to
kar atate joom until the alarm waa
(Ivan after (he ahfp a truck the ice
here;. Aided by her maid, ahe went on
fkeak aad waa ordered Into tha aecnnd
lifeboat to leav the ahlp. In it ahe
kM vera twenty-three women and
three man. The boat, ahe aald, would
aaatlr nave held alxty peraone.
There waa only one eeaman," ahe
aald, "two brina atewarde. They dl
aat even know how to handle, an oar.
I aaked one or them wny he Ada'! put
I wa w hi i ne iiki - linn, Ritii oe nil: i
1 -Oh. ! that what that thlnr la for.'
They wrr very dlacourteoua and
amoked ptpea, allhouah tuerv waa dan
aer of aetttiuj (Ire lo the women' i lotb
lnt" John Rottomlv of the Marron! Com
pany waa aummoneJ lo atve a atite
ment th'.a afternoon.
Caarl l aleadar (al Itorrn
Judge Malone, who prralded during
t u motitll .' April In fart IV. of Oan
apai aeaalona. made a record In tha
i.ieuoatt.uii . llialcimenta bruught be
fore til in . With the aid of Aslatant Ida-
tn t-Attorne) a Waaservogel, tllinan I
and Culllnan. Judge Mulone dlspused of
l! Indictment. In the other parts of '
LV, u . i.. . I 'u f
f ' - - - . - ......... i.iiiiug uiinii
the cali-n iu.h of liiu . rlinlnal omrta
nearly four hundred cases. The stand
ing calendar of the District-Attorney's
nfflce which waa It'll Vat, 1 lt.it -
A..MAN.tt' tua Til UAV.
hub iifcti . i Ji -im wt.... t, ; ; ii ou rl,
tlBSr Hi. ) . . . ,
a IS tn io ; in
!' !! .V'? S 83 t.n
u,m - in T loan
.. j" I
Guided by Results
aaraont In Much of capital am'
IBvettment. had printed, lid
MM Mere Than Is the Herald
World Ads. or Variety
World Ads. for Results.
tka raaaa. AM
aaamkeea af tka aaatr m tka
"Wa will Miataiaal tka kaUa-
Uaa aboard tka gtact ataataklaa,
rraataa aanaaMaaal tm aaOlaa
tkaaa aktaa, tka mm aC saarak.
arkta aaa tka badeUaa' af a atv
Ma akU tmmtkmyk taw wkoU af
"I asm w$mm akavt tka nuaia
raaatTea arry wamlna aaeaaaary
taaaaa, aa M
TAFT' RFHIPnfll!rrY!Fl'r' Pictures or
LtlltK MAT NJKUt
RECALL Of BRYCE
j Missive Head in Roosevelt Con
Iroversy Brings Attack on
TAKEN TO PARLIAMENT.
President's Talk of "Making
Canada an Adjunct to U. S."
Stirs Wrath in London.
lONION. May :.-Th.it Atnl.aaaador
Ilryce may la faaejlas e the reeult of
the MMMMM Of I'm hi Taffa ot
'cra to f.'nl. Jtooarvelt In wfhlch he lla-
. ...1 i i .... . . i .. t .n
waa the belief In tiauaJly well Informed
clrclivi thla evenln-. In fact a rumor
that he had alreuily been trailed wna
Not in many yenre kM the country
at large been ao atlrreil over a political
luratlon aa at preaent. I'realden
Taft'a letter to ltooatvell, eapnclally
hla utterance th.it rei'lproclty would
nuikc f. Mi.nl. i dd iiiljuncl to the I'nlteil
stnt. .a. ta being puhllaheri broadcaat.
It will come up in the llpuae of Com
mon at once
PARLIAMENT MEMBERS TALK
OF "TREASON ABLC ACT."
TI.e reaentment over the Senatorial In
veatlgation of the Titanic and the
irltlctam of Englleh ateamahtp mniiaBe
tnvnt In America have embittered Kng
llahmen generally. The Anervatlvea
have united to turn the reciprocity ut
trrance of the Prealdent to their polit
ical alvaiitage If poaalble.
I'nlonlat mrnbera of the Houae of
fotnmona are prepared to catwhltr the
Oovfrnment regarding wh.it they char
acterixe aa Amlmaaador e Bryce'e "trea
aonaltle act'' In attniportiing the propoeaila
made by I'reaident Taft in tho matter
of Canadian reciprocity and aa to
whether the Government propoaea to
recall iha Ambaaaador.
Arthur Shirley Benn ia anxloua to
know If Mr. Bryce waa aware that the
object of reciprocity waa to make Can
ada an "adjunct of the United Htatea."
If hla acquleacence therein waa not
traaaonable and whether, In view of
the publlehed correspondence between
Hvealdent Taft and Theodore Kooaevelt,
It Ii the Intention of tha Uuvernnent to
recall the Anrbaaaador.
TO QUESTION ASQUITH ON GOV
(Juration will alao be addraaaad to
Premier Aaquilh directing Mi attention
to the letter on reciprocity written by
I'reaident Taft to Theodore Kooaevelt a
year ago laat January and recently made
public, una auggeatlng tha urgency of
the policy for Imperial preference to
defeat American dealrna.
Another aaeatJoa of wklah notion
baa been given will aak wkether the
veraaaeat waa aware of rrealdeat
Taffa Intention ta "make Canada only
an eajnnci at ine vattad
to aeele; the paaaaaje of the
raatproaltp agxeeuient ketwiaa tka
Valtad Btathea aad Canada. Aa ef
fort will ha made fa raise -he whole
aaattaa aa atatlola for aa adJeara-
meat Waaday atoning.
Conservative loaders announced late
to-day that they contemplate the moat
vlgoroua examination of the Govern
ment especially why Ambasaador Bryce
failed to report Prealdent Taft'a views
to the Home Government.
Arthur Shirley Benn waa bitter In hla
denunciation of Bryce for failure to
prevent a "disgraceful episode" and aa
set-ted that the British Government
must enow that It reaenta tha aantl-
menta attributed to prealdent Taft.
Many of the evening papara refer to
President Taft'a letter as a "moat un
Ambaaaador Bryce left Washington
laat week, announcing that he waa un
his way to New Zealand to study gxiv
eminental conditions there. It Is not
studied here, whether hie mission la uf
an oock'lal character.
TAFT'S LETTER ON
HAS ST I RUED BRITISH
In the letter which President Taft
addressed lo "My Dear Theodora" Jan.
10, im. which has stirred a certain Brlt-
' Ish political element to start a move
for the recall of Ambaaaador Bryce
the Prealdent referred to Canadian reci
procity In Ita effect upon downward
revision of the tariff In part as fol-
"The truth Is that the minute we adopt
in convention ths proposal that our
tariff should be measured by ths dlf-
braaai In the cost of production we
necessarily adopt a rule which would
lead ua atialgUt to reciprocity In nat
urul rroUucla with Canada, becauae the
conditions In the two countries are ao
eiiiitlar that there le substantially no
difference In the coat of production.
Jit might at first kavs a seadaaey
to reduce tka cost of toad prod nets
son.ewuati It would oartalnly ;
ths ressrve muoh greatar and
vaat taatBahtoaa. atoaawaUa
auuuni si laanamna proa note wa
would take wonia prodnae a ourraat
af basins aa between Western ffnaals
snake Oaaada aaay aa aAJaaa af tha
United atatea. I see that this Is aa
nrgumsnt against reciprocity made la
Canada aad I think It la a good ana."
In the anawer which Col. Rooaerelt
made to the President's letter on Jan u
"It seem to me that what you propose
to do with Canada Is admirable from
every standpoint. I firmly believe In
free trade with Canada for both eco
nomic and political reasons. Whether
Canada will accept such reciprocity I do
not know, but It Is greatly to your credit
to mane in effort. It will damage the
daily you tackle wool, co-ton. e , as
Removal of Bodies to Halifax Temporary Morgue
IhLnnllRaH' sajaadC 'jjjBS ' 1
IlyH Km4I BsjaaiTt. r J
bib UUAL 5 1 Kmt WBKTami
IN SIGHT AGAIN yyj
from Kirst CSrES,vl wPVKT
In addition to ths 10 per cent
Hn determined waa the opposition tl.-it
the commlttne of ten union miners
which acted with a committee of a
similar number of operators In the selec
tion of nub commute to form a com
promise, agreement bicknd down when
the meeting waa called at 2 o'clock thla
afternoon, at No. 14J Cellar street. They
rejected fhe compromise over the ap
peals of the operators who wanted It to
go before the full membership of the
union either for a referendum vote or
to be considered in a convention at
rltPtK'B TMB AGREEMENT REV
JECTEO BY MINERS.
Following la tha full text of the com-
promise agreement which waa rejected
by ttva miners:
To tha Joint Committee of Miners
Gentlemen: The undersigned, rep
resenting tha mito-eommtttee ap
pointed by vou at your aeaalon Id
Philadelphia on April-10, empowered
to augge.t a method of settling tha
esJaUng differences between the
anthracite operators and their em
ployees, beg to recommend for your
cofmMeiatlon an adjustment of the
following term, and conditions:
That tha terms and condltlona
awarded, by the Anthracite Coal
Strike Commission and supple
mented by the agreements subse
quent thereto ibe continued for a
further period of four yearn, endUag
March SI, mt. except In the follow
ing; particulars, to wit:
(a) The contract mtei and wage
scales for all employees shall be In
creased ten Par cent, over and above
the contract ratea and wage acaiea
established by the Anthracite Coal
Btrlke Commtaalon, as affective
April 1, ltOt. The provisions of ths
sliding scale are by mutual con
(in All contract miners and, labor
era whan working on consideration
shall be paid not less than the rate
paid company minora ami iaborera
at tha mine where the work Is be
REPRESENTATION ON GRIEV
ANCES IB GRANTED.
(c) There shall be an equitable
division of mine cars aa set forth
In the award of the Anthracite
Coal Strike Commission and the de
cisions of tha ConelUntlon Board;
and further, the ratea paid by any
contract miner to hla employee
shall not be leas than the standard,
rsts for that particular class of
Id) At each mine there shall be a
grievance committee, consisting of
not mors than three employees, and
luc.i committee shall, under the
terms of this agreement, take up for
adjustment with tha proper oflVotale
of tha company all grievances re
ferred to them by employees who
have nrat taken up aald grievance
with the foreman and failed to affect
proper settlement of the same. It Is
also understood that tha member of
tha Board of Conciliation ejected by
the mine workers' organisation or
hla representative may mast with the
mine committee and company officials
In adjusting disputes. In the event
of the mine committee falling to ad-
Just with the company officials any
grlevanre referred to them they may
refer tha grievance to tha members
of the lloard of Conciliation In their
district for adjustment, and In case
of their failure to adjuat the same
they ehall rerer the grievance to the
Board of Clnclllatlon for final set
tlement, aa provided In the award of
The former occupants of the
houaaor annrtnient vou mnvn intu
i may have left the terms of gome
disean. Purify every suspected
The Odorless Disinfectant. To
wOMMi advertise their presence is
iw invne Muptcioa nu criticism.
THE EVENING WORLD,
Arrival of Titanic Death Ship;
Incroiae 'oil"lt!li e -V "
the Anlhrnrlte Coal Strike Ciimmla
elon and the agreement auhiriiucnt
thereto, and whatever settlement Is
mnde shall date from tiie tlmo the
giicvanee la raised.
STRIKE COMMISSION'S AWARD
(e) Contract miner Khali have the
rlgtit to omiploy check welghmen
and cheok docking buaaes, as pro
vided by the award of the Anthra
cite Coal Strike Commtaalon and
the decisions of the Board of Con
ciliation, and when so employed
their rights ahall be recognised and
they shall not be Interfered with In
the proper performance of their
work, provided they do not Interfere
with tho proper operation of the
ylHery. Check iwafaThmen and
check docking boaaes ahall be
elected, by contract miners In meet
ing assembled specifically for that
purpose, and for such term as said
miners may determine, and the
chairman and secretary of said
meeting ahall certify such election
to the mine foreman.
(f) For the purpose of facilitating
the adjustment of grievances com
pany officials at each mino shall
meet with the Grievance Commit
tee of employee and prepare a
statement setting forth the rates of
compensation paid for each Item of
work under the provisions of this
agreement and certify the anmn to
the Board of Conclllstlnn within six
ty daya after tho date of thla agree
IN JM STATE
(Continued from First Page )
accord with the decision. He aaaerted
that the only purpose of the vMI was to
attempt to clear up the confuaed situa
tion In Massachusetts. One of the mem
bers of the party aald that some of the
Taft candidates for delegates-at-large
had announced before the primaries
ware held that whatever the result of
Ihe preferential vote they would not
support Cot Kooaevelt at the Chicago
Convention If they were elected. On this
At Nineteenth Sf.
It pays to pay cask
i ui mi lire V
account, he said, some of the delegate
did not feel like aupportlng President
"Col. Roosevelt doesn't en t. rely under
stand the situation In Maaaachusetls,"
The Colonel will remain at Sagamore
Hill until this evening, when he will
depart for his Maryland campaign.
It Is noticeable that Senator Murray
Crane, the real bralna of tne Taft
forces In Maaaachuaetta, hasn't uttered
a pet-p alnce the primaries. Senator
Crane la a secretive man in politics.
What he advises will be done, and It
Is probable that hla advice will be to
refuse the Colonel's delegataa and
The latest revised cfllclal figures of
the vote cast In the Republican primary
are as follows:
Presidential preference Im Fotletta,
2.000: Roosevelt, 81,864; Taft, M.0W.
Deleantos-at-Large Baxter (heading
Roosevelt group), M.U4; Crana (heading
Taft group), ."
A partial tabulation of town clerks'
returns for the other candidates In the
Rooeevelt and Taft groups for Jelegates-
at-large shows very little variation In
their vote from that given the heads of
It Is claimed on behalf of the Taft
people that, even though thousands of
Taft supporters voted for nine delegates-
at-large, Instead of eight, this mistake
did not Invalidate their ballots. They
talk of going to the courts to have a
decision rendered on this point, but It
may 1 that they win dodge, the courts
and put the matter up to the conven
tion In Chlckgo In June.
POPULAR THREE-DAY TOUR
LABT OF THE BCABON
Thursday, May 9, 1912
$12 from NEW YORK
ladudUf hotel aseommodatlou aad
TODB TO flETTYnBUHG BATTUOTBLD
May IB B1S.00
Threr-dtJ tour eoiertrn all necaeaarr eipaoaae
Tiokata and full Information of Ticket Agents
or E Mudds, niatrtot raeeenaer AantTwin.
Pennsylvania R. R.
Patent Leather Boots
kid tops, welt soles;
modes in suitable
for summer wear.
Above Forry-fif ih St.
Irish Home Rule Bill
If you are arulout to know Hs provi
ilona read the full text of the measure
in this week's GAELIC AMERICAN, now
on tale. Office of publication, 165 Will
iam St ., New York. Price, 5 Cents i
copy; ))2 yearly.
AMTOB. At aea. en April It. JOHN
JACOfl ASTOIt. In the iSth year of hla
Private funeral aervlcee at Rhlnrbecli
30 BOMBS HURLED
First Peal l est in Aerial War
fare Made by Italians Who
Destroy Enemy's Camp.
I NOME. May ?. The drat succeaful
1 use of the ilirlglhle aa it weaiKin of
offensive warfare took place nt Aaltla'.i,
In Tripoli, tn-lay. nhen, nccorillng to
n terse official report recelveil by the
War Jdlniatry. two of the new diri
gibles circled over tho camp and
dropped thirty bombs, completely de
stroying the enemy's position with re
sultant heavy loea of life.
Hlrlglblee had previously lieen used
i for reoonnnltcrlner. and a few homba
hal been dropped, but thla was the
drat Instance 1 ntlic history of the world
where they wrrr used at length aa war
machines and kept at the task until
an entire camp hnd been wiped out.
No particulars of the loss of life have
been received othr than the laconic
, statement by the Italian military com
mander mat it waa very heavy. The
Turke tried to utilise their field pices
to destroy the dirigible with ahrapne-l.
I but they could not get enough eleva
tion and the expdoeivea fell far a
Jnntlre ( olllna on Bench.
Cornelius F. Collins, who was appoint
ed by Mayor (laynor s Justice of the
Court of Hpeclal Heasions, took hla seat
upon the Uench to-day with Justices
Zeller and Mclnerney. The new Justice
received floral pieces from admiring
friends In the Central Tammany Club
and from former associates In ths Cor
poration Counsel's office.
It's the height of the season, and we'd be sure of a good busi
ness at regular pi ices but that won't do mow. We've got to un
load this entire immense stock that is why we make prices to turn
everybody's steps this way.
The clothing is unsurpassed. High grade, union mxde, new,
rich, handsome altogether the choicest as well as the biggest
stock ever made for this New York market.
TO-MORROW AT8A.M.WE START
Spring Suits and Overcoats
Suit or Overcoat
Suit or Overcoat
Suit or Overcoat
Suit or Overcoat
Suit or Overcoat
Suit or Overcoat
Suit or Overcoat
$30.00 Tuxedo Suit, Silk Lined .
$10.00 English Cravenette Raincoats
$15.00 English Cravenette Raincoats
$20.00 Hodgman English Mackintosh
$25.00 Hodgman English Mackintosh .
Furnishings and Hats
Every Department Bristles with Bargains
OPEN SATURDAY TILL 10 P. M.
No. 1 UNION SQUARE WEST,
Special lor Thursday, the Sad
Thine1! s Ollerlsi
AMERICA BEAITTV FILLED J a
KaJ. km .m JBH M .
. sad 'ortlan.it atrees stares ease .very eeealaa- nam 11
All ear stages epea tatnreay ftaajji until 1 1 o'rlork.
The tentr. I. a novel combination ef
dairy butter and rleh nuta. entirely
covered with eur Pre
mium Milk Chooolate.
TITANIC RELIEF FUND
IS STILL GROWING;
Tlie Mayor's relief fund for Titanic
asfhjran reached a totnl of 1111.7 l at
noon to-day. I'onti lliutlotn of MMi
received during the fiirrnoon, were:
Natfll W. Fr.inl. tVOO
Brdkar Bt furli Market 321 Wl
Harry H. Ko-blnaon 1.00
William J. 'tirtlw Mift
H. Mi .lackaon ."..Oil
I'rngrrstlVs lloaid Hilk tttUt,
AtMatewa, P lo.c
Methndlat Kplscopal Church of
Sutherland, Iowa Ml
Ilijah Temple, A. A. O.N". M.S.
T. C. M. W
Copernlcua Lodge, No. ZK, I. O.
Previously acknowledged, fill.:.'! : 1
Totl to date tll4.79S,l
SEVEN TITANIC DEAD
PASSED BY STEAMER
NEAR BIG ICEBERG
even dead bodlea. buoyed by life
belts, and parte of the v re -kage of the
I Titanic, were passed April 20 In latitude
j and longitude .S4 by the steamer
Ullirsltar, which arrived tn-dnv. Wh
the bodlea were sighted the OlbraMnr
waa atopped, but no sign of a living
person could be aern.
On re ichlng port to-day officers of
the Olbraitar learned from the pilot
down the bay tha! the Titanic had been
April X the Gibraltar, in latitude 41.47
and longitude 4S.13. passnd an iceberg.
The next day the ateamahlp paaaed the
bodies, all of which were drenned In
black. One was that of a three or four
year ld child and the others were of
men. Two deck chairs and fragment
of cabin furniture were floating near.
ratted atatea Hurt, in.aoo ahara rtrailinn
A 100 sham; Cupper. 1MW enseal; .tm7rie?n
Can. 4S.T00 A area sod 1 nion Parlflc Tsltt
A Record Breaker.
In tha Prices af Utt Valuable Stock.
IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF FINE
At Thla Season el the Year toBaCom
pelled to Make Such a Sacrifice I
IT MUST BE DONE!
WE MUST RAISE
IN 30 DAYS.
Cor. Hlh St.. NEW YORK
Special for Friday, Ibe 3rd
laeludes ta. aaaUlaer.
PaRK maw A.
Scratched Until Raw and Bleeding.
Could Not Wash Them. Lost Three
Weeks' Work. Now Hands Are Soft
and Smooth Through Use of Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment.
dtT West 80th fit.. New York. K. T.
"About eighteen montha ago a rash broke
out oo my light thumb and spread until mf
nana was completely eev
end. At Ant Ii (Imply
Itched, and then II began
to buffi and torture. Vf
hands were In such a si aid
that I could not put tbetn
In water or wash then, j
used to scratch them until
they were raw and bleeding,
and I did not know what it
waa to hare a full night's
sleep. While working I had
to wear gloves with Onset
tips aat off sad I lost three weeks' work.
"1 doctored with druggists, sal ma and
washes for six weeks and did set get any
relief. In the meantime It bad spread to my
left hand and tha torture was awful. 1 was
about to sirs up In disgust when 1 was told
to aead tot a Utile Cutlcura Soap and Olnt
raent. I used to put tha Cutlcura Ointment
aa hi the morning. When I got home tn tha
evening, I put a fresh supply on for Ibe night.
Very often I would get up after being In brd
for a few hour and put some mora on. It
soothed them so I could go to sleep again, aad
tha Cutlcura Soap and Ointment eased my
head so much tho tint night thai I thought
tbara waa nothing the matter with them, t
and them for about two months. Now t am
completely cured. My hands are like a baby i,
so soft and smooth, through tho use of the
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment.' (Signed)
William H. dark. Nor. IS, 1911.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment are sold
everywhere. Sample of each mailed flea,
with 2-p. hook. Address, Cuttcurs.J
Dapt. T, Boston. Tender-faced men ahould
abate with CuUcure (aat Bharlnf BUok.
$20. ISO. M0. 50.
Other makes from Sit to IM.
ImlLaa A Ifar-Johnaon Motor Cyclaa.
i'I a Week
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123-125 Weft 1251b St.
Bat. Leaes aad Tth Atm.
The only umbrella
that can survive a hur
ricane is the
Each tip acta as a safety
valve by bending out to re
lease the wind pressure.
,Fvery "India" frame ia
guaranteed for one year. It
has 10 ribs, is strongly built
and won't turn inside out.
Look for the guarantee tag.
"Indias" $1.50 to $6
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For In! ante. Roblnaon a Patent Bar
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aunalltuta for mother's milk. Raatlw
dl(.sted; nwrlahea: alv.s both bona
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a food without ao equal easily di
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At G roc era and Drusclsts.
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