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CANAL WILL BE
Chicago Engineer to Con
struct Gigantic Miniature
PROJECT TO COST
Passengers Going Through
Structure Will See Pan
ama as It Is in Life
An exact reproduction of the Panama
#anal, on a scale large enough to show
the most intricate details of the im
mense achievement, will be among the
concessions in the amusement section
of the Panama-Pacific international ex
position in 1915.
Announcement was made yesterday
that the concessions committee of the
board of directors had approved the
application of Lewis E. Myers, a Chi
cago engineer, and had granted him
permission to proceed with the con
struction of the gigantic minature,
which will cost $250,000.
It will be one of tiie largest and
most expensive concessions on the
grounds, and will be housed in a
weather proof building more than 600
feet in length. Not only the canal itself,
but the surrounding country, will be
reproduced also, showing the whole
canal zone with its tropical growths
and interesting topographical features.
Myers plans to build his minature
on a scale of 10 feet to the mile, and
as the canal measures 50 miles from
deep water in the Caribbean sea to
deep water in'the Pacific, the space
occupied by the concession must be
more than 500 feet long. The whole
canal zone covers 448 square miles. Al
though reproduced on this scale. It will
be possible to show in elaborate detaU
all the channels, locks, cuts, dams and
lakes on the zone.
Trees, shrubs and palms from Pan
ama will be Imported to give a real
istic touch to the landscape, and in
order to protect them from the weather
a glass roof will cover the whole area.
Myers is not a showman, but an en
gineer, and visited the canal originally
to study its construction from a scien
tific standpoint. It occurred to him
that thousands of visitors to the ex
position would make a concession
showing the canal profitable, despite
the high initial cost.
He brought a model of his plan with
him from the east, built on a scale of
three Inches to the mile. It is mar
velously constructed, complete in every
detail, and shows ships passing through
tho canal, the operation of tha locks
and other Interesting features. Sixty
four electric motors are used to oper
ate the working model.
The concession will be more than an
Interesting sight. Passengers will be
carried through the miniature canal at
the rate of 2.000 every 25 minutes, on
moving platforms equipped with easy
chairs. Compressed air and electricity
will furnish the power.
Dr. John Loudon, minister plenipo
tentiary and envoy extraordinary of
The Netherlands, will arrive tomorrow
on the Overland Limited to select a
site for his nations participation in
the exposition. The state commission
from Minnesota will come the following
day, and Wednesday afternoon Joint
ceremonies of dedication will take
place on the exposition grounds.
STABBER CHASED BLOCK;
SHOT BY VICTIM'S KIN
Polite Hunt Pistol Wlelder Following
an Affray in the Latin Quarter
Over a Woman
Following a street quarrel and stab
• bing in Broadway last night, Mario
Claudia, a brewery worker, 45 years
old, who formerly lived at 10428 Mont
gomery street, was chased for a block
by William Delfrate. the man he had
stabbed, and was then shot and fatally
wounded at Broadway and Montgom
ery street by Adamo Giusti. who had
joined In the fight. Giusti disappeared
after the shooting and a search was
begun for him by the police.
Giusti is Delfrate'e brother In law
and conducts the saloon in front of
which he shot Claudia. The quarrel
arose over statements made some time
ago by both Delfrate and Giusti regard
ing Claudia's attitude toward the sa
loon keeper's wife. Susie Giusti, when
he lived In the same house with them.
Claudia was shot once in the right
side, the bullet penetrating his lung,
and twice in the left arm. He was
taken to the harbor emetyrency hos
Delfrate Is 20 years /fe lives at
6 Bartboldt place. Ha was not seri
NATIVE SONS' ELECTIONS
Parlors Select Officers in Annual Ballet
Hesperian parlor No. 137, Native
Sons of the Golden West, has elected
President, E. 3. Allen; first -iea president,
B. Jobs neon; second vice president. T. Hourihau;
third ric« president, C. A. Crowley; marshal, O.
Hitter; trustee. E. J. OTarrell; organist, I\ P.
lnilig; inside sentinel, F. Pattis—; outside sen.
tlnel. 3. 3. Ludlow, anrgeona, Drs. W. B. Coffe-,
H. A. Andrews, T. D. Malier, B. J. Dowdafl,
3. 3. Molony.
El Capitan parlor No. 222 has elected
as its officers:
Junior past president. Dr. H. S, Bil.bero;
president, H. riUunentual; first Tim president,
J. 1,. Christiansen: second -ice president,
Charles Rogers; third vice president, Fred T.
Oreeablatt; recording secratary, Edgar G. Cahn;
nnancial secretary. Walter E. Bassett; treasurer,
David Kron; marshal. William Balling; trustee.
IS months. Herbert 1.. Pulton: trustee. 12
months. Harold M. Calm; inside sentinel, Nathan
J.owenield; outside sentinel, William Mcdan.
Niantlc parlor No. 105 has elected
as its officers:
Past president, Charles J". Boyd; president,
Nicholas 3. Sweeney .lr.: flrst vice president,
Percy A. Stang; second vice president, Edward
C. Xonoeman; third vice president, John M.
Steffens; marshal, Harry A. Sweeney; inside
sentinel. Fred A. Hunt; outside sentinel, C. K.
Renault; organist, Henry V. Groscup; trustee,
William 11. Harvey; surgeon. Dr. E. P.
FORUM CLUB TO GIVE CONCERT
A program of music will be given
Wednesday afternoon at 2:45 o'clock at
the Forum club, 220 Post street, by
Mrs. Frances Hamilton, coloratura so
prano, and Emelyn Lewye, pianist. The
program will include compositions of
Schumann, Moszkowaki, Gottschalk,
Brahms, Liszt and Taubert.
JORDAN TO DELIVER ADDRESS
David Starr Jordan, president of
Stanford university, will speak this af
ternoon at 3 o'clock at a local option
mass meeting at the First Baptist
church, Octavia and Market streets.
Professor James Ferguson will be
chairman of the meeting.
Diseases of the lower bowel. Dr.
Re<?se, o3Q market. S. F.—Advt.
Jury Picking Prettiest
Award in Two Weeks
Jury of artists who will decide winner of grand prize in The Call's pretty girl
wage earner contest.
Noted Artists Named
To Judge Call's
The winner of the grand prize in
The Call's pretty girl wage earner
contest will be announced two weeks
The Call of Sunday, December 22,
will contain the picture and the name
of the lucky girl who is to make the
steamer trip to Honolulu as The Call's
The jury of noted artists, who will
pass upon all the photographs that
have been submitted to The Call and
say which one of them all Is entitled
to the grand prize, has been selected.
The three members of tho jury are
Giuseppe Cadenasso, painter; Earl
Cummin gs, sculptor, and Will Sparks,
These artists need no introduction.
They are among the best known artists
of California and the west. Their
splendid productions in oil and marble
have been seen In many notable ex
hibitions and have helped to give Cali
fornia high standing in the world of
American art. The ability and fair
ness t?f these three men are beyond
question. They will consider carefully
the photographs of lovely young
women and will pronounce a faithful
Cummings, Sparks and Cadenasso
will begin their work on the photo
SAN MATEO RUNAWAY
GIRL FOUND BY MOTHER
Martha Boudry, Discovered in San
Francisco, Makes Serious Charges
Against Father and Chauffeur
Mrs. Frank Boudry, wife of a cement
worker of San Mateo, whose 14 year
old daughter, Martha, ran away from
home four days ago, found her child
early yesterday morning at the home
of Mrs. Charles Battonley, wife of a
streetcar conductor, at 413 Naples ave
The girl pleaded hysterically not to
be returned to her father, against
whom she made serious charges. She
finally was taken to the juvenile deten
tion home in Sutter street near Scott,
pending an investigation by the au
Denying the reports her father had
circulated to the effect that she had
been lured away by white slavers, the
girl said that she had run away be
cause of her father's treatment of her,
and that she feared to return to San
Mateo. She also said that Charles.
Hurles, the San Mateo chauffeur, ar
rested on charges made by her father,
had attacked her.
The girl was befriended by Mrs, Bat
tonley Friday morning, when, footsore
and travel stained by her tramp from
San Mateo, she had knocked at the
Battonley's back door. Although she has
four children herself, Mrl. Battonley
told the girl to return.
SANTA CLAUS BANISHED
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec. 7.—To pro
tect the happy illusions of the city's
children, the police of Kansas City,
Kan., today ordered that Santa Claus
must stay off the streets there.
"The practice of stores sending out
men dressed out In Santa Claus regalia
has become obnoxious," said Judge J.
L. Carlisle of the municipal court to
day. "Besides, children whose parents
never could afford to buy them expensive
toys, wt>uld meet Santa Claus on the
street and shake his hand and request
that he deliver a great number of toys
at their homes.
" 'Sure, I'll bring them to you,' the
obliging Santa would say. But when
Christmas morning came there would
be only disappointment."
MRS. J. OGDEN ARMOUR HERE
Mrs. J. Ogden Armour, leader of Chi
cago's exclusive set and collector of
rare works of art, arrived In San
Francisco last night in her private car.
She joined her husband, J. Ogden
Armour, the packer, at the Palace
hotel. Today, with a party of friends
that accompanied them from the east,
they will depart for Santa Barbara,
where the Armours will make their
RABBI NIEXO TO LECTUBX—Rabbi Jacob
Nleto will give another lecture at the Temple
Sherith Israel, California and Webster streets,
this morning at 11 o'clock. Ilia subject will
be "Ideas Pie, Ideals Never." The lecturea
that have thns far been given have attracted
large audiences and much interest has beer
manifested in them by the general public.
Dr. Nleto Is well known as one of the able
orators of the Pacific coast.
STOMACH SICK, SOUR, UPSET AND
FULL OF GAS? PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN
In five minutes! Time it! All Indigestion, Heartburn and
Dyspepsia gone and your stomach feels line.
Wonder what upset your stomach—
which portion of the food did the dam
age—do you? Well, don't bother. If
your stomach Is In a revolt; If sour,
gassy and upset, and what you Just ate
has fermented Into stubborn lumps;
your head dizzy and aches; belch gases
and acids and eructate undigested food;
breath foul, tongue coated—just take
a little Diapepsin and In five minutes
you will wonder what became of the In
digestion and distress,
Millions of men and women today
know that it is needless to have a bad
Stomach. A little Diapepsin occasion-
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1912.
FIREMEN'S SONS JOIN IN
PARADE BOOSTING NO. 5
Hundreds of Enthusiasts in
March Stop to Give
Cheer for Call
A parade composed of several hun
dred enthusiastic boosters for amend
ment No. 5, which. If passed, would
give the firemen a two platoon sys
tem, was held in Market street early
last evening. The marchers, who were
uniformed, each carried a banner ex
tolling the amendment, and among
them were scores of small boys, the
sons of firemen. In the lead marched
a drum and fife corps. When the pa
raders arrived in front of The Call
building they were halted by their
leaders and three cheers were given
for Ths Call.
Another strong Indorsement was
given the amendment when the
Woman's Democratic league adopted
resolutions placing that organization
in the fighting ranks for the firemen.
Mrs. Mary T. Gamage addressed the
league in favor of the amendment.
The following are a few of the
thousands of Indorsements given by
prominent persons advocating the
passing of the amendment:
JOHN J. VAN NOSTRAND, judge—l
will do all I can to help in obtaining
the adoption of the proposed amend
ment urged by the firemen.
RAI,PH McLERAN, supervisor—In com
mon with thousands of other citizens,
I will take great pleasure In voting
for the amendment. I believe the
fireman should have more time to de
vote to his home.
DANIEL C. MURPHY, supervisor—l am
personally In favor of the amend
ment, as It is In line with the policy
prevailing throughout the Industrial
world *of bettering the conditions of
all workers. It will improve the ef
ficiency of the fire department.
WILLIAM H. MCCARTHY, supervisor—
From my experience as a member of
the board of fire commissioners, I
think that the proposed two platoon
system will prove of inestimable
benefit both to the citizens generally
In the matter of efficiency and to the
members of the department them
selves in affording them relief from
the present system of 24 hours of
LITIGANT'S PRESENCE ORDERED
SAN JOSE, Dec. 7.—An order for the
production In court next Friday of aged
Mrs. Margaret Russell, who Is juing
her husband, Thomas Russell, a Milpl
tas capitalist, for separate mainten
ance, was made today by Superior
Judge E. Richards, following the an
nouncement that she had disappeared
from the home of her daughter in this
city without the knowledge of her at
torneys, and is now supposed to be
with her husband..
The attorneys were afterward served
with a notice of the intention of Mrs.
Russell to dismiss the suit. In court
they stated that they were entitled
to know whether or not she left tha
home of her daughter of her own free
Action for separate maintenance was
brought a week ago by Mrs. Russell,
who alleged that she was neglected and
In ill health and needed medical atten
tion. Ths couple were married in 1866
and have raised a family of seven
ally keeps the stomach regulated and
they eat their favorite foods without
If your stomach doesn't take care of
your liberal limit without rebellion, If
your food Is a damage instead of a
help, remember the quickest, surest,
most harmless relief is Papa's Diapep
sin. which costs only fifty cents for a
large case at drug stores. It's truly
wonderful—lt digests food and sets
things straight, so gently and easily
that It Is astonishing. Please don't go
on and on with a weak, disordered
stomach; it's so unnecessary.
CITY BEHIND ON
Bion J. Arnold Emphasizes
Need of Passage of
Within Next Five Years, to
Keep Pace, 75 Miles of
Track Must Be Built
San Francisco is six years behind
street railway extension progress, and
must construct 75 miles of single track
within the next five years to maintain
the average established between 1900
and 1905. Following the construction
of this 75 miles of extension a second
program involving 50 miles of trackage
should be entered upon to meet the
needs of the present decade. There
is being operated at the present time
only eight miles more track than in
These are statements contained in
the report of Traffic Expert Bion J.
Arnold on the San Francisco trans
portation problem, which was pre
sented to the board of supervisors yes
MAP SHOWS SITUATION
The report is a long one and is
accompanied by a map showing the
existing lines and extensions, together
with proposed extensions that should
be made immediately, those that should
be made after five years and those that
will ultimately have to be made. The
distribution of the sleeping popula
tion of San Francisco is represented by
dots on the map, and from this ar
rangement the districts served and
in need of traction improvements ate
The map also shows the contours
that should be made in evading hills
While the report of Arnold deals with
immediate and near future needs pri
marily, it tells how the program of
extensions into districts that demand
some transit service can be constructed
so that ultimately a connected operating
system will result. Whether tiie work
is done by private capital, corporation_
or the municipality, the work outlined"
will work toward the one end—a uni
SPACK TO BK ECONOMIZED
In the construction of the system
recommended a maximum grade of 10
per cent will be adhei'ed to as much
as possible. Chicago standard, or nar
row cars, will be used where prac
ticable, so that the street space left
to vehicles will be sufficient to allow
two teams to pass; also the curves will
thereby permit of cars passing each
other. The duplication of service by
parallel lines and a consequent dupli
cation of investment Is discouraged by
In his conclusions and recommenda
tions Arnold deal? with the lack of
extension work, and says that $5,000,
--000 should be expended within the next
five years on extensions to keep pace
with the growing population; that it
will take about $12,000,000 to complete
all he has outlined on his map, and
that within the next decade an addi
tional $6,000,000 will have to be in
vested in extensions, additions and bet
terment of the transportation facilities
of San Francisco.
SIBIRBS FIRST CONSIDERED
The expert advises that the lines
from the business district to thickly
settled suburbs should receive the first
consideration, while development and
speculative lines should be considered
In the final program.
In much of ths work single tracks
are recommended, with turnouts, thus
saving considerable money In ths con
struction work. In building single
tracks ths report recommends that they
be placed to one side of the center of
the street, so that as future demands
develop double tracks may be laid.
Owing to the topography of some
sections of the city it will be Im
possible to serve the districts
adequately unless new subdivisions are
CUTS DOWN EXPENSE
In some portions of the city small
cars may be operated on a shuttle
service, passengers transferring to
larger cars, thereby cutting down the
expense of a through service.
Arnold concludes |>is report with
the statement that the construction
of the system outlined by him needs
capital. They can either be built by
private capital, financed by the city
through bond issues, or by assess
ing property benefited. To make this
possible he says it is imperative that
amendment No. 34 of the charter be
carried at the election Tuesday. Not
only does the city need the added Im
provements in transportation, condi
tions, but the success of the Panama-
Pacific exposition depends materially
upon some work being done at once.
ANNIVERSARY MASS-—An anniversary requiem
mass for the repose of the souls of deceased
bishops and priests of the diocese was held
yesterday morning at St. Mary's cathedral.
The services commenced at 10 o'clock and
ArchblshoD P. W. Rlordan waa present.
Skin and Hair
Soap and Ointment
No other emollients do so
much for the complexion,
hair and hands, nor do it so
quickly and economically.
Their use tends to prevent
blackheads, redness, rough
ness and other unwhole
so.ne conditions of the skin.
CnHeara Soap ud Ointtoent sold throwrbout the
—**. Übaral aainla of Mah __*d frea, artth
«H_boo», Addna "Cut****." t **. 1». Batten.
•*~T—- ar-Caaad na-a afca~ 1» a»atl«n wl'S CWl
curaScv. Sha-lnr fuck, ase. LH* I aar-pla w -a*
Midnight Revel Narrowed
Down to Four on Gun
Report Sent to Washington;
Bar Tender's Wife Ex
pected to Recover
Special Dispatch to The Call
VALLEJO, Dec. 7.—By Vlibis or dec
larations that they were not present,
several of the persons at first supposed
to be connected with the now famous
dinner party on board the Vicksburg
Thursday night, as a r%sult of which
Mrs. Andrew Muller of Vallejo incurred
a fractured skull, have cleared them
As a result the blame has been nar
rowed to four junior officers, the guilty
ones of whom may suffer court mar
tial on charges of conduct unbecoming
officers and gentlemen. They are:
Ensigns Marion and Mitscher, As
sistant Surgeon Bobbins and Assistant
Captain Bissett of the gunboat was
ashore that evening and did not learn
of the accident until he returned to
the ship yesterday. Lieutenant W. J.
Moses, executive officer of the Vicks
burg; Lieutenant R, L. Stover, senior
engineer officer and caterer, and Chief
Gunner Emile Swanson were also in
Vallejo at the time.
According to Dr. A. V. Doran of
Vallejo, Mrs. Muller will recover from
the effect* of the accident.
As a result of orders from Captain
Bissett, the wardroom officers refuse to
discuss the matter further. The story
that Mrs. Muller was struck by a bot
tle is still in circulation, although the
officers of the gunboat deny this.
The naval board of inquiry, com
posed of Commander Bissett, Douglass
and' Allen, completed their findings to
day, whic)»wiU be forwarded to Wash
ington by Captain F. H. Bennett, in
command of the vessels afloat at the
island. He is held directly responsi
ble by the navy department for
breaches of regulations that occur on
any of the ships. The navy depart
ment will decide whether a court mar
*tial shall be held.
The officers who formed the party say
that no one was intoxicated, as only
a few bottles of white wine were con
sumed, along with several bottles of
CZAR'S BROTHER BOUND
TO RENOUNCE THRONE
Despite Russian Ruler* Pica He Will
Forsake Court for III* Morgan
atic Wife and Child
ST. PETERSBURG. Dec. 7. —Czar
Nicholas and the members of the
imperial family are greatly upset by
the determination of the czar's only
brother. Grand Duke Michel Andro
vitch, definitely to renounce his rights
of succession to the throne.
The morganatic marriage contracted
In 1910 by the grand duke with the
divorced wife of a brother offlcer was
recently blessed by the birth of a son.
This event prompted Grand Duke
Michel's decision. He wishes to re
tire to the private life of a country
The sons of the late Grand Duke Vla
dimir, who would become the next
candidates for the throne, unhappily
share their father's intense unpopular
ity. All classes of well informed Rus
sians, Indeed, regard the possibility of
their ascending the throne as disas
trous for the dynasty.
Decision In Land Case Is Upheld
MARTINEZ, Dec. 7.-—The appellate
court of the third district yesterday af
firmed the judgment of the Contra
Costa county court in the suit of Jo
seph Cook vs. the Suburban Realty com
pany, which had been brought on ap
peal from this county. The suit In
volved valuable property in the vicinity
of Richmond, and judgment was in fa
vor of the plaintiff.
■iw er: I can fire you a remedy that lam
will cure you and one that la absolutely
lesa and pleasant to take. Make a syrup
with one pint of granalated sugar and one-half
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Anxious M. —Give- your children for .bed- con,, t o a boy. then cool and aftd the contents
wetting 10 to jj dropa in water berore meals, the 0 f t 2V_ oa. bottle of aasance mentho-laxene,
following: Tincture cubeba, 1 dram: tincture -, n i en yoa c _ 3 purchase at any drnj store, and
rhua aromatic, i drama; comp. nuid baimwort, 1 _. jjj naTe a plnt 0 j t he finest con ah syrup
oe. Mix well. This should be given about one £_ th „ market toda _. It v tb6ut , tgbt times
hour before mealß in water. _ cheaper than ordinary labeled cough medicines
Doctor: "I have a very severe caae of e.tarrh " d wlll laßt mne * l™ 8 "' .
of the bead and throat. My blood ia bad and " ,_ „_ ... ___
my stomach and bowels are affected. I would . Mary" says: I would Uke something for
like a cure as I suffer greatly." Indigestion. I can not eat and am cross and
irritable all the time. I fear it will cause ap-
B. F.—l would advise the following local pendlcltls."
treatment: Obtain 2 oss. antiseptic vllane
powder, to a half teaspoonful add one pint of Answer: Ask your druggist for tablets trio
warm water and from the palm of the hand snuff peptlne and take according to the directions,
the water through the nostrils several times a These are pink, white and blue tablets and are
day. Mix a level teaspoonful of ths Vllane to be taken morning, noon and night, respectively,
powder to oce ounce of lard or vaseline ana ap- This will cure your Indigestion and prevent ap
ply this balu to tbe nostrils aa far up as possi- pendlcltls.
Me. For internal treatment use the following: • • •
Obtain tbe following ingredients at any well i
stocked dmg store, mix by shaking well: Syrup "Nervous Dorothy" writes: "I have no appe-
Sarsaparllla comp. 4 oss., comp. fluid baimwort tlte whatever. I can not sleep at nights and my
1 o*., fluid ext., buehtt 1 oe. Take one teaepooaful nerves are In a terrible condition. Can you tell
four times a day. what would help me?"
"X. Y. Z." writes: "My balr la harsh and Answer: The following has helped thousands
dead looking and my scalp la covered with daud- *_*> B _>* er M you 6o '- «_* s °* s - "/ ru P °_ h *P°
m«r r-n you h«io me?" phosphites comp. and 1 oa. of tincture cadoraene
rns. . can you neip me r (not cardamon) and take a teaspoonful before
Answer: Get a 4 oa. jar of plain yellow mln- meala. This tonic will restore your nervous
yol and use it regularly and your hair will be- system and yon will be strong and well within a
come soft and fluffy, and tt will bring back the very short time.
Intense natural color to the hair; your daud raff • • •
will be cured and you will be rewarded with a ~..,., .__„_. ..f».„ -«,, »-_.»-!»_ .„.r-i-
henith- -rowth of hair 'Carl' writes; Can you prescribe anything
oeaitny giowtn or nair. f _ one that ~ tOO fat? j na _ c tried Mr „ al
_ „ _. * * . , remedies but they do not help."
"Mrs. (I." writes: "I want something to la
crease my weight about 15 or 20 pounds. My Answer: I would not advise the use of tbe
blood is thin, watery and I have a pale complex- ordinary tablets and pills for reducing weight.
lon. Doctors say I am aenemlc." bat here is a safe, quick and snre remedy: Get
___-__, ______._* 5 on. of aromatic elixir and 1 oa. of glycol arbo-
Answer: Probably your assimilative functions _.„„, M j x by shaking well and take a teaspoon
are impaired and aenema is the result. I would H_ a fter meals for the first three days and then
advise that you begin taking three grain hypo- doable the dose. A reduction of a pound a day
nuclane tablets at once and continue until your j a not unusual after the first week or two.
blood Is revitalised with red and white corpus- • * •
cles. These tabl'-ts aid digestion and cause the
body to assimilate tbe fatty elements in food, "Q. K." writes: "Please advise something to
thua giving color, weight and strength to the take that will cure chronic constipation. I have
abnormally thin. suffered for years and have used many kinds of
• • * pills, but they do not cure."
"Tom K." writes: "I have been unable to . „__... » — -■■■-■ „„.* „# ..,_ ut-_-„ <..__.
work for some weeks on account ot rheumatism. _ Answer: I think most of the nines- is caused
What would you adviser' bT chronic eo-htlpatlw. If the follow ng tablets
are taken regularly they will gradually effect a
Answer: Take the following and 1 am sure cure, a« they stimulate the liver and bowel*
you will aeon be back at yonr work again. Mix Into healthy action. They are packed in sealed
tbe following at home and take a teaspoonful at tubes and are called three grain suipherb tablets
meal times and at bedtime: lodide of potassium, (not sulphur tablets) with full directions for
2 drams; sod lam salicylate. 4 drams; wine of ' taking. They will also purify the blood and tone
cplchicnm. % ounce; comp. essence cardioi, 1 ox.: jup the entire system. If you are dyspeptic, take
GIRL REPORTED MISSING
Mother Says Hugheente Jordan Has
Been Gone Since Wednesday
Another 16 year old girl has been
reported missing to the San Francisco
police. Mrs. Anna Mackin, living at
231 I>uboce avenue, says her daughter,
Hugheepia Jordan, left home Wednes
day and has not been seen or heard of
The girl is 5 feet 2 inches In height
and has brown hair and hazel eyes,
according to the description furnished
to the authorities.
When she left home she wore a
black and white check suit, brown coat
and black hat.
INJURED MAN FOT/ND—A man believed to be
M. C. Dillon was found unconscious at Twelfth
and Market streets last night, evidently har
■ Ing been run Into by a streetcar. F. J. Mur
phy, who was passtag in an automobile, took
him to the central emergency hospital.
to Hurt You
When you get your teeth fixed by a
dentist who has no means of prevent
ing pain you not only have to endure
torture of the worst kind, but you have
to pay for it besides.
It is bad enough to have to suitor
from toothache without being forced to
pay for the privilege of undergoing
further torture in the denial chair.
I say don't patronize any dentist who
makes you suffer. If your present den
tist can't fix your teeth painlessly then
quit him and find one who can. You
won* have to look very far. I'm hero
ready to show you that my remarkable
new discovery, Terrysthesia, actually
does away with the pain in ajl dental
Terrysthesia is the only known
method of eliminating pain that has
I proved to be perfectly safe and at the
same time thoroughly effective in
every case. It acts upon the nerves of
the teeth, .numbing them so completely
that a dentist couldn't hurt you if he
tried. Although the patient remains
wide awake all the time, yet he is un
able to feel the slightest twinge of
pain while his teeth are .being drilled
into, filled, crowned, treated or ex
No matter what condition your teeth
are in, nor how sensitive they may be.
I'll guarantee to fix them without
causing you one moment of discomfort.
You won't be put under the influence
of dope or dangerous drugs when you
come to me. Terrysthesia is all I use,
and it is absolutely harmless.
If all the wearers of partial plates
and bridgework knew about my Rex
Alveolar system of teeth restoration
there would be very few of those
antiquated contrivances in use today.
Rex Alveolar teeth stay in the mouth
permanently, just like real teeth. They
can not work loose or fall out, because
they are constructed on a new prin
ciple which overcomes the bad features
of ordinary false teeth.
Any person who has two or three
sound teeth left in his jaws can have
the missing ones replaced by my Rex
Alveolar method. The work of Install
ing the teeth is not painful, and It re
quires very little of the patient's time.
Be sure to investigate this method,
even though you have lost only a few
Call and see me if you need dentis
try of any description. Every bit of
work I do is guaranteed to give satis
faction, and I stand ready at all times
to make the guarantee good. Bear in
mind also that my prices as well as
my dental operations are painless.
Consultation, examination and esti
mate free to every one.
Hours, 8:30 to 5:30; Sundays, 10 to 12.
Those who can not call stafuld write
for the free book explaining my Ter
rysthesia and Alveolar methods.
THE DENTIST WHO NEVER HURTS
223 Pacific BnlldlDK.
Fourth and Market Streets,
1225 Broadway, Corner 13th,
Over Owl Drug Store.
The Doctor's Advice
Dr. Lewis Baker
The questions answered below are
general in character, the symptoms or
diseases are given and the answers will
apply to any case of similar nature.
Those'wishing further advice, free,
may address Dr. Lewis Baker, College
Bldg., College-Bswood Sts., Dayton. 0..
enclosing self-addressed stamped en
velope for reply. Full name and ad
dress must be given, but only initials
or fictitious name will be used in my
answers. The prescriptions can be
filled at any well-stocked drug store.
Any druggist can order of wholesaler.
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about a year and fear I shall never be rid of it.
as It gets worse with every fresh cold I con
tract. Could you give me a remedy:"
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