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WOMAN HEADS POLICE FORCE
Gary (Ind.) Suffrage Leader President
of Safety Board.
Gary, Ind., Dec. 17.Mrs. Kate
Woods Ray, president of the Civic
club and a suffrage leader here, will
appointed president of the safety
board, Mayor Knotts announced. Mrs.
Bay will be head of the police and
Rejected Suitor Kills Girl.
Minneapolis, Dec. 17. Martin
Tjimm, rejected suitor, shot and
killed Lena Johnson, aged twenty
four, at the residence of Henry J.
Moreton, where the girl was employed
as a domestic. Trimm attempted to
commit suicide, but was unsuccessful.
MEAT CAUSE OF
Take a glass of Salts if your Back
hurts or bladder bothersMeat
forms uric acid
If you must have your meat every
day, eat it, but flush your kidneys
"vrith salts occasionally, says a noted
authority who tells us that meat
forms uric acid which almost para
lyzes the kidneys in their efforts to
expel it from the blood. They be
"come sluggish and weaken, then you
suffer with a dull misery in the
kidney region, sharp pains in the
back or sick headache, dizziness,
stomach sours, tongue is coated and
when the weather is bad you have
rheumatic twinges. The, urine gets
cloudy, full of sediment, the chan
nels often get sore and irritated,
oblidging you to seek relief two or
three time during the night.
To neutralize these irritating
acids, to dense the kidneys and
flush off the body's urinous waste
get four unces of Jad Salts from
any pharmacy here take a table
spoonful in a glass of water before
breakfast for a few days and your
kidneys will then act fine. This fa
mous salts Is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia, and has been used for
generations to flush and stimulate
sluggish kidneys, also to neutralize
the acids in urine, so it no longer ir
ritates, thus ending bladder weak
Jad Salts is inexpensive cannot
injure, and makes a delightful ef
fervescent lithia-water drimk.
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WEDNESDA DECEMBE 17,1913 1*^ S:.kV,i' SS5!r5S
half cent a
I PAY CASH
For Hides, Furs, Wool, Copper
Brass and Rubbers.
W. H. NEWTON
You want something better, especially when it
pays back its price week after week, year in and
This is a wonderful mechanical washer that a
child can operatethe one machine that runs eas-
ier loaded than others do empty.
Desert the board and tubthey are your enemies.
Welcome the Motor''High Speed Washerit is
Guaranteed for 5 years and put out on trial and
the price only
"Home of Good Hardware"
HEAD OF ORDER OF INCENDIARY BLAMED
Says Press Agent Placed So
ciety in False Position.
Washington, Dec. 17.Officers of
the Order of Carabao sent assurances
to administration officials that they
entertained no spirit or purpose of
hostility to President Wilson's Philip
pine policy when they gave their din
ner last week and gave travesties and
satires on members of the cabinet
and other public officials.
Rear Admiral Howard, honorary
president of the order, repudiated the
work of the press agent who furnish
ed advance stories about the dinner,
which declared that what was said
and done was designed to show the
"lack of sympathy for recent develop
ments and tendencies of the Philip
Admiral Howard said neither he nor
any officer knew such statements were
being given out.
Brigadier General Aleshire, Briga
dier General Mclntyre and Admiral
Howard conferred with Secretary
Garrison and promised to furnish a
report of what occurred at the ban
President Wilson's order for an in
vestigation of the affair has created
a great commotion in army and navy
MADRID MAYOR GIVES SAL-
ARY FOR CHARITY.
Paris, Dec. 17.Dispatches
from Madrid say that Francis
co Rodriguese, the newly elect
ed mayor of that city, has an
nounced he will turn over all
of his salary to some charit
able institution. He is one of
the wealthiest residents of the
Spanish capital and he will go
into office on Jan. 1.
AMERICAN BEEF REDUCED
Navy Buys Prom Argentina, Forcing
Down Prices Here.
Washington, Dec. 17.The recent
action of the navy department in buy
ing beef from Argentina has forced
down the prices of American packers.
This is shown, the navy department
announced, by bids just opened at
various pay offices from competitors
for domestic contracts for the months
of January, February and March.
At every port except Norfolk and
Hampton Roads prices for American
beef were based on Argentine quota
tions, resulting in a saving of several
(RAISE FOR SHOE WORKERS
Fifteen to Twenty-five Cents a Day
Granted by Arbitration.
Boston, Lac. 17.Increases of from
2-5 to 25 cen..s a day to outer and inner
sole workeis in Brockton shoe fac
tories weiK awarded by the state
board of conciliation and arbitration.
Must you server life sentence of
Did fate wish this laundry slav
ery on you, or did you just drop be
hind in the race because you
thought that the "good old way"
was good enough?
FOR FIRE IN HOTEL
Suspect Arrested for Cincinnati
Blaze Fatal to Five.
Cincinnati, Dec. 17.Five are dead
and a score were injured when fire,
believed to be of incendiary origin,
destroyed the Salvation Army home
for men here.
Many of the injured were overcome
by smoke, while others suffered hurts
in making their way out of the fire
swept building. Several of the in
jured are in a serious condition.
The dead are Arthur Sandell of
Bangor, Me., bookkeeper and clerk of
the home T. Shoddell, believed to
work in this city, and three unidenti
fied men. Sandell is a son of a Pres
A charge of incendiarism was placed
against a man who gave the name of
Frank Meyers. He claims to be a cir
cus rider and said he last lived in
Arizona. The property loss is esti
mated at $55,000.
It is believed several other bodies
are in the ruins.
CAPTAIN IS CRITICALLY ILL
Condition of Frederick L. Chapin, U.
S. N., Is Unchanged.
New York, Dec. 17.The condition
of Captain Frederick L. Chapin of the
United States battleship Wyoming,
who is critically ill at the Naval hos*
pital in Brooklyn, is unchanged.
Captain Chapin was taken to the
hospital when the Wyoming arrived
from the European cruise of the Atr
TEDFORD IS GIVEN FREEDOM
Chicago's Jean Valjean Pardoned by
Springfield, 111., Deo. 17.Maurice
Knright, sentenced to life imprison
ment in the Joliet penitentiary for the
Vincent Altman murder in Chicago,
and Joshua Tedford, former Chicago
policeman, who escaped serving a
penitentiary sentence through a clerk
cal error, were pardoned by Governor
Tedford was convicted in 1903 on a
charge of conspiracy to defeat justice
and given an indeterminate sentence.
The mandate, of the supreme court di
recting the enforcement of the sen
tence was pigeonholed by a clerk in
the criminal court and lay unheeded
for several years.
With sentence hanging over him
Tedford obtained employment in^a
clothing store in Chicago and in the
ten years since his trial and convic
tion has arisen to the superintendency
of the State street establishment.
EXPLAINS GERMAN MISSION
Only Technical, Turkey Tells Britain,
France and Russia.
Constantinople, Dec. 17.The grand
vizier replied to the ambassadors of
Great Britain, France and Russia with
respect to the German military mis
sion to take up the reorganization of
the Ottoman army. The ambassadors
had demanded that the grand vizier
put in writing the precise details of
the role to be assumed by the nation.
The grand vizier now replies that the
duties of the mission will be purely
technical and declares they will have
no authority over the Dardanelles and
PHONE DEVICES IN TRIAL
Mississippi State Senator Accused of
Vicksburg, Miss., Dec. 17.Accused
jointly with Lieutenant Governor Bil
bo of having received and solicited
bribes, G. A. Hobbs, a state senator,
was placed on trial here.
Governor Brewer, it was sate,
would be one of the important prosecu
Evidence said to have been obtained
by use of telephone devices will be
introduced by the state.
EGG BOYCOTT IS EFFECTIVE
Prices in Kansas City Forced Down
From 40 to 30 Cents.
Kansas City, Dec. 17.An egg boy
cott declared ten days ago at a mass
meeting of woman's organizations of
Kansas City has been lifted.
Storage eggs were selling at 40
cents at the time the boycott was
started. Now they are retailing at 30
to 34 cents.
SHOT TO DEATH WHILE ASLEEP
Well Known Butte Woman Murdered
Butte, Mont, Dec. 17.Grace R.
Hogevoll, well known Butte woman
and wife of Swan T. Hogevoll, former
ly one of the best known lawyers in
Montana and wealthy, now resident of
San Francisco, was shot and killed in
Seattle by J. Orville Blakeslee, a
horticulturist, who stole into her room
and fired a bullet into her brain as she
lay sleeping beside her mother. Then
Blakeslee fired a bullet into his own
Mrs. Hogevoll has a sensational di
vorce suit pending In the Butte courts.
The newspapers of the state have car
ried lengthy accounts of her startling
allegations involving alleged affinities
of her husband and her pursuit of him
and his "affinity" across the continent
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ranged on 5c, 10c, and 15c
countera go it is easy to
Dolls of all kinds
Banks from 5c up
Toy grocery store
We Refund 5 Per Cent On Railroad Fare
The Story of the
Christmas buying has started earlier this year than usual. For sev-
eral weeks we have been showing and selling any number of gift ar
tides. Those of you who are buying early are really looking for your
own best interests, for you have not only had wore time to look, but
you may shop unhindered by the large crowds. It is a splendid thing
for the store, too, for it lightens the strain of the last days before
Christmas and enables us to serve you more satisfactorily in every
way. We have a large force of very competent saleswomen who will
give the best possible service.
We have one large room, our annex, devoted to nothing but toys. It is the
largest toy department in the city, and the toys are shown on 5c,
10c, 15c and 25c counters, so it is easy to shop
THE LARGEST TO DEPARTMENT
IN THE CITY
ONE LARGE ROOM OUR ANNEX, DEVOTED O NOTHING BUT TOYS
We have our toys ar-
Big line of Christmas boxes, all sizes 5c and 10c
Christmas tree ornaments Christmas iron tree holders 50c
In our main store we have presents for the older folks, big line, of
leather goods, silverwear, ivory articles, manicure sets shaving sets,
toilet sets and many other articles too numerous to mention.
We have the largest line of fancy and common dishes in the city.
Our prices can't be duplicated ask anyone who knows our stock. All
our fancy dishes will be put in Xmas boxes free of charge. Either in
sets or by the piece.
THE LARGEST VARIETY STORE IN BEM1DJI
See, our line of Electric Reading Lamps ^.^il.i.f^v.^fefe^.l.Ss.oo up
Teddy bears, 10c to $5
Sleds and skis
Hundreds of other
toys too numerous
Big line of Xmas tree