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THE ABGUS. SATURDAY. JUNE 30, 190O.
001MNE0T8 DIREOT WITH
8I0UX CITY, j
PACIFIC COAST jj
Summer Tourists' Rates.
VI l.KK ANO KAIL.
TO ALL POINTS
EAST AND WEST
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(Jan. Pass. Act.
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You can go direct through Chatta
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(ia., and return same way or diverse
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Southern railway through Norfolk.
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Southern railway from Charleston
through Washington, at a trifle high
Round Trip Rate From Rock Isl
and, III., to Charleston $30.70.
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c G. rnxtr.
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Wednesday. Julv 3 and 4.
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l-i mt neutral or colorlf a, c-cnHtautly trim
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pei more kimc- in THE TH1BUNK til an in an)
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tor tH;-e rrawu it Is the newspaper you
Should read during' the forthcoming political
THE TKir.VNE'S financial columns never
ml ilea. 1 the public.
Iim faoilitieit for patbering- news, both local
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sible, and lets it- readers form their opinions.
While It publishes lite m.vt comprehensive
artu-les on all rew feature. If you are busy
the "Siinioiarv of THE DAILY TRIBUNE"
puM.HheO tlaily on the first pair s;tves yon
briefly all tbe news of tbe day within one col
umn. It.s sport inp news is always the best, and its
t-undar Tiuk Sporting Pet-lion is belter than
jnv itj-ortiDiT pa;er lu the country.
It is the "cleanest" daily printed In toe Wes.
Tbe above if a fe-imi;e of the name on tbe
fall board of CTery
GENUINE CHIGXER1NG PIANO
5ole Chkaeo Rrprescntatires:
CLAYTON F. SUM MY CO., ,
a jo Wabasb Ave., Chicago.
Cniclterinc. Us bier. Packard and Pease Piano
MUSIC PPBLISHTRS, IMPOBTIKS ft DEAL Ell
Ex eca tor's Xotle. I
Estate of Mi a G. How en, deceased. I
Tae undersigned lanmi oeea appointed ex-1
teuimnnol tbe last wlU and testaaent of
Minn U. iiowen. late of tbe county of Roe Isl
and, state of UlmojL deceased, hereby rive
notice that they will appear before tbe Bounty
court of Rocs Island county, at the county
court room, la tbe city of Rook lal- ,
and, at tbe Aurust term, on tbe first Mon
day tn August next, at which time all per
son baric- claims against said estate are .
no '-fed acd requested to attend, for tbe per-1
pose of bavtnic tbe same adjusted. I
AU persons indebted to said estate are re-1
e,aet?d to Bona Immediate payment to tbe
Da led this tit day of J one. A. S. IfOA
Kurt J. Svtdib,
Ida M. HawH.
x ecu tresses
LEFT THREE WIDOWS
Of Whom ft Is Not Yet Known
Which Is the Most Thor
COURT WILL HAtfE TO DECIDE THAT
Keport 011 tbe State Wheat Crop Has
Little fclncouragment Dividend
for Ramsay' Creditors.
CbicasoIune 20. Two of the three
claimants to tbe title oT lepal widow
of tbe tbe late Mark II. Maher appear
ed before Jude Cbetlaiu prepared to
contest tbe right to tbe title and tbe
substantial ilaber estate of $HAM".J.
Mrs. Alzuuia L. Maber, widow No.
2, wbo is tryinjr to secure tbe setting
aside of the decree of divorce by
which Maber was separated from ber.
sat on one side of tbe courtroom and
across tbe apartment was Mr. Eliza
beth Bodle Maher, widow No. 3, wbo
was married to Maber a few weeks
before bis death. Both widows are
noticeably good looking one a brU'
nette. tbe other a blonde.
Mailer's Widow N'o. 1.
Mrs. Jessie Keau Maber, widow No.
1. whose claim on the affections on tbe
late Maber antedates those of ber
rivals, was not present, nor was she
represented. No marring ceremony
is advanced in ber case. Her claim to
tbo title of legal widow was sustained
by the probate ami circuit courts and
revised in the supreme court, which
ordered another bearing iu the circuit
Clai i.s of Widow Mo. i. PQ3
Mrs. Alzuma Maher claims that tbe
divorce, which was granted in Febru
ary, 191."". was procured by ber bus
baud through fraud. It Is contended
that after the euteiiug of tbe decree
Mr. and Mr3. Maber lived together as
man and wife till tbe following De
cember, when be married Klizabeth
r.oiilc. Of course widow No. .'! claims
under Mitber's hist marriage.
ILLINOIS WHEAT OI TLOOK IS POOR
Hesian Fir Ioe Damsce to
Wheat Too Much Hain.
Springfield, Ills.. .Tmie IMi. A sum
mary of the condition of some of tbe
leading crops of tbe state, compiled
from reports received at the Illinois
department of agriculture under date
of June shows that the encourag
ing outlook for winter wheat on May
1 has not been continued. On the con
trary, there has been decided deprecia
tion and tbe June ' condition of th"
crop is IS points below that of May 1.
and but f7 per cent, ol a seasonable
iverage. Iu northern Illinois the June
I'll condition is 75 per cent, of an aver
age, in central Illinois 1 per cent, and
in tbe southern division tk per ceut.
Tbe principal cause of this de
terioration is the Hessian fly. A few
chinch bugs are reported in tiome sec
tions, but they have not done much
damage to wheat. In southern Illinois
and In a few counties in the central
division of the state the excessive
rains have either caused the wheat to
lodge so it cannot be cut or made the
ground so wet that the harvesters can
not get into the fields. On tbe whole
tbe prospect for tbe wheat growers of
this state is aliout as discouraging at
ever known at this date.
Gov. Tanner Makes More Appointments.
Si.ringiield, Ills., June 3. Governor
Tanner yesterday apjioiiited Iavld M.
I'.rotbers, of I'hicago, suierindentent
of the north side free employment of
fice, succeeding v.. K. Woodman, re
signed. James I. Fletcher, of IJidce
Farm, was appiuted trustee of tbe
Heme f.r Juvenile Offenders at Ge
neva, succeeding J. J. Southward,
whose term expires July 1. W. J.
Meese was appointed trustee of the
Northern Illinois Normal school, suc
ceeding (.'. II. I)eere. resigned.
Society Wedding at Kockford.
UocivtenJ. Ills., Juub 30. Tbe mar
riage or .miss rannie k. Harnett,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bart
lett. of I.'ock'ord.to Charles V. French.
principal oT Hyde Fark high school.
was celebrated at estminster I'res-
byterian church in this city Thursday
afternoon. MUs Iiora Mitchell, of
Brattlebcro. Vt.. was maid of honor.
Two hundred and lifty guests wit
nessed the ceremony. The couple will
be at home after Aug. 15 at GH2 Drex-
el avenue. Chicago.
Setantli Infantry to Did and.
Springiicld. Ills., June Tbe adju
tant general yesterday issued an order
mustering out of the state service com
pany G. Seventh .ufantry. This action
s taken i;pou the recommendation of
the general commanding the First bri-
ade. Colonel Morianty Is instructed
P see that all the men receive honor
Railway 5lut I'ay HertlO.OOO.
Chicago, June o". A verdict for
damages in the sum or jiu.iau lias
lieen entered iu Judge Gary's court in
favor of Miss Klcanor Weeks, of St.
I,oui. Tbe suit was brought against
tbe Chicago and Northwestern Itail
wav company for lujuries received by
tbe plaintiff by being run over by one
of the company's express trainat IJav
enswood May 17. l:s.
Illinois Allied I'rintlna; Crafts.
Danville, Ills.. Jnue 30. The dele
gates to tbe annual state convention of
the Allied Printing Crafts finished
their business Thursday andadjourned
iue die. after a itiot harmonious ses
sion. Klgin was selected as the neit
meeting place, and the following state
otticers were elected for tbe year: I'res
idrnr, T. I. Shehan. KIsiu: secrtry.
Joba Oiijuu. IVoria.
. Dividend fer Ramsay's Creditors.
Carlyle. Ills.. June :o. The creditom
of tbe late irufus N. Kamsay will be
paid 5c cents on the dollar at once. Ad
jrder was entered in the probate court
jere directing the payment of all rr?
fcrrd claims acd the TO rr cent, div
idend to tbe depositors !n tbe defunct
Brukers f irm Closes
Cbirl-ton. Ills.. June CJ Cbarle
tlmtn & Co.. grain and stock brokers,
rlosed up Thumday. The Charleston
State bank took Judgment against
tbetri for nearly J0tX).
ANXIETY RUNS HIC.
CoQtinueJ fro 31 Flr-it Pace.
iu ukow. in order projieriy to provioe
for the protection of missionaries mil
!i reign merchants In the southern aJid
eastern parts of the Chinese empire,
liave ordered the governor of Shanghai
to submit to all tbe consuls and i
combine with them iu the following
Protection of Lives and I'raperty.
"Article 1. The measures we have
taken have in view tbe protection of
the lives and projierty of missionaries
uia of foreign and Chinese merchant3
v. Ithout distinction.
"Article -. It is understood on both
sides that the Shanghai concession
shall be protected by the foreign
"Article 3. The viceroy of Nankin
and the viceroy of Hankow formally
engage to protect the properties of
missionaries and foreign merchants iu
the valley of the Yaug-tse-Klang and
iu the ports of Fouchow ami Hankow.
Orders have been given by them to the
local authorities In the various prov
inces forbidding the spreading of false
news and directing the arrest of tho
Regulation of Foreign Forces.
"Article 4. In ports where foreign
warship are lying they are author
ized to remain at anchorage on condi
tion that the sailors remain on board.
"Article 5. Should the foreign pow
lers send warships to the Yang-tse-Klang
without the consent of the
viceroys and governors, the latter are
not to be responsible for the misdeeds
or massacres resulting, and China
shall not be called upon to pay in
demnity. "Article t. Foreign warships shall
iiot approach or anchor near the Woo
Sung foits or those in the valley un
der any pretext, not even for the drill
of sailors, iu order to avoid any mis
understanding or unforeseen misfor
tunes. "Article 7. All the foreign powers
undertake not to permit their war
ships to approach or to anchor in the
iieighlxirhood of the Shanghai arsenal,
and not to permit their sailors to ai
proaeli the ammunition manufactured
in the arsenal and Intended for use
against rebels and the protection of
missionaries and merchants. Should,
however, a viceroy or governor with
draw any (ammunif iouV he must not
be iUSei ted.
Forelcners Not to Court Danger.
"Article S. Iu places thus far de
void of troops missionaries and for
eign travelers are not to go. in order
that they may not expose themselves
to any danger whatever.
"Article !. The protection of the
Shanghai concession shall be carried
out with the greatest calmness and
with an absence of ostentation for in
the present excited condition of the
people the slightest alarm might pro
voke disorders, of which evil-minded
persons could take advantage to in-
Siisnte dangerous agitation. If other
action is taken than that here ex
pounded It will le imjHissible to pro
tect the lives and properties of natives
Not Yet Signed by the Consuls.
Tbe consuls have not yet signed the
agreement, but are awaiting author
ization from their respective govern
ments. The viceroys conclude by in
stiMcting the minister, iu tbe Interest
of the various provinces of southeast
Ch;na. to submit this arrangement as
luickly as possible to the French min
ister of foie:gn n flairs and to lieg him
to accent It.
fcTORY OF SKY M OCR'S MARCH.
p tu res Immense Stores of Hire, Modern
Arms and Ammunition.
Lor.don. June 30. The adventures
of tbe hard-lighting allies under Ad
miral Seymour, their reuching Anting.
twelve miles from IVkbig. the decision
to retreat, the capture of rice and Im
mense! stores of modern arms and am
munition, affording material for a
strenuous defc-nse until relieved all
this Is told 'n a dispatc h from Admiral
Seymour received by the admiralty
last midnight, which runs as follows:
"Tlen-Tsin. June 27, via Chefoo.
June 2!. 10 :." p. m. Have returned
to Tien-Tsin with the forces, having
!een unable to reach I'eking by rail.
On June 13 pro attacks on the ad
vancfd guard were made by the Box
ers, who were repulsed with consider
able loss to them and none on our side.
On June II tbe Boxers attacked the
train at l.ans Yang in large numbers.
and with great determination. We re-
ffidsed them with a loss of about 100
killed. Our loss was live Italians.
"Tbe same afternoon the Boxers at
icked the BritlsH guard left to pro
tect I.ofa station. Kclnforcenicnts
were sent back and the enemy driven
off with 10O killed. Two of our sea
men were wounded. We pushed for
ward to Anting and engaged tbeenemy
on June 13 and June 14. inrlictimr a
loss of 175. There were no casualties
on our side.
Kxtensive destruction of tbe rail
way in our rront having made inrtner
advance by rail impossible I decided
on June 10 to return to jang 1 sun. l
where it was projiosed to organize an '
advance by the river to I'eking. After j
my departure from Lang Yang two j
trains left to follow on were attacked
on Jntt It liv I'.overw .ind inmpr!:'. 1 -
troops from Pe-king. who lost from b
1 . .... . . . . I
to 5O0 killed. Our casualties were six
killcei tend forty-eight weninded. These
trains jolne-el me at Yang Tun tho
"The railway nt Yang Tsnn was
foiiml e-ntire-ly demolished, and the
trains e-euild not be movel. The- force
liebig short provisions ami h.imie-r'd
with wouneleel e-orui-clli-d n to with
draw en Tlen-Tsin. wjh wbie li we had
rot lx-en in communication for six
days, and our supplies bad been cut
off. On June l'. the-wouneleel. with
rteee-ssaries. started by beuit. the force
marching alongside the river. Opsi
tion was exiee-rineet-el during the who!
ceiursr of the river from nearly every
village-, the Bxers. w lien dcfe.itcd in
one village, retiring to the next and
skillfully retarding our advam-e by ex-i-upying
well selected .sit ions from
which they bad to be forcel often at
the point of tbe bayonet and in face
tf a galliTig fire, dlttlcult to locate.
"On June -j:; we made a night march,
striving at daybreak opiit the- i;n-pe-.-.al
j,rm .ry almve Tlen-Tsin. wher -.
fier friendly aelvances. a tre-ae-b-rou-
heaty lire- was oieiiel while- our me l
were ex-osed on the opiKwite river
t atk. The enemy were kcjit In cheKk
by rifle tire In front while their position
va5 turned br a party of marines and
, seanien nner .Major jonnsoa. wno
J rr.-he and occupied one of the saliert
' p-olnts. seizing tbe guns. Tbe Germans,
lower down, silenced two guns and
then cr.issed the river anil captured
liiem. Ti armory was next occupied
by.tne cvmbined forces. leterminel
artempts to retake the armory wer.
made on th" following day. but unsti
"Found immense stores of gnna.
arms and ammunition of the lafst
i'atern. Several guns were mounted
iu nrr defense and shelled the Chinee
ions lower do.vn. Having round ,ni
muirt'on and rii' we could have held
out for some days, but leing hampered
with large numln-rs of wounded I sent
to Tien-Tsin for a relieving force,
which arrived on the morning of June
25. The armory was evacuated and
the forevs arrived at Tien-Tsinou June
, 2'. Wo burned the armory.
I "Casualties to dato:P.ritish Killed.
1 T' wounded 75 t in.trwHiu Kill. ..I
wounded. 25. French Killed. 1:
10. German Killed. 12.
G. Italian Kilbd. .'
3. Japanese Killed. 2;
3. Austrian Killed. I;
1. Russian Killed, 10;
WAITED TO BE CERTAIN.
Chief Justice's Daughter Fostpones Her
Seron it Marriage a Day.
" Bangjr. Me.. June 30. A social to
Tbe News from Bar Harbor, says that
the wedding of Mrs. L. Aubrey, daugh
ter of Chief Justice Fuller, to lr.
Samuel Marcus Moore, of Kvanstoii.
Ills., which was to have taken place
yesterday, was iostiohed on account
of the non-arrival of certain lepers
supposed to be- connected with her di
vorce from her late husband, Aubrey.
It is understood that when the di
vorce was granted a time-limit was
tixed by the courts within which Mrs.
Aubrey could not remarry, and the
documents are liolioved to be iu the
nature of a oomiH-oiuiso reviewing the
time restriction. It is expected that
the wedding will take place today.
Kyan Out-Classed If is Antagonist.
Chicago. June 3. "Syracuse Tom
my" Byan easily gained the ve'i'dict
over "Young" Mahoney. of Phila
delphia, lie fore the Fort Dearborn
Athletic club tonight after six rounds
if rather slow work. Hyan, who was
in splendid condition, apparantly com
pletely eiutclasseil the Philadelphia
boy. whose- work, though cbver, looked j
amateurish in front of Kyau. v. I
New Krn in the l'lillippiiies. '
Manila. June The "non-sen-tar-
ian" college of primary and secondary
education was opened in .Manila yes
terday in the presence of Judge' Taft.
president of the civil commission, and
his colleagues. Judge laft sj)oke. The
institution is the hrst edue-ational en
terprise in tin' Philippines that Is not
under tho control of the priests.
NEWSFACTS IN OUTLINE.
Mrs. Lillian Bauer, three months a
Chicago widow, is to marry Thomas
David Williams, fireman, was killed
:?nd I'leveii other lireineii injured at
a $3' MUM to blaze at Pittsburg, on the
Be'st Manufacturing company's ma
The" Chicago Board f Trade- has ex
polhMl Charles K. and Allien O. Me
l.ain for bucket-shopping.
Benjamin Snoll. who murdered a
child, was hanged at Washington yes
tcrelay. He weight 237 pounds and
tlic rope nearly e-ut oil" bis head.
Helen Gonld was in Chicago yester
day for a while-, e-n route from Three
Oaks, Mich., to M iiineapolis.
S. 15. Dole has been formally in-t-talled
as governor of the territory of
The Milson Itemlering works, near
Checktowaga, N. Y., were burned.
Chicago consumed more water In the
month of May than ever before iu Its
history, the- amount be-ing !,572,03 1.337
America's sill; exhibit at Paris is to
Ik- awarde-d the- gold me-dal over all
Charles Kiickaka. of Philadelphia,
inhaled smoke from another man's
cigarette, broke a blood ve-ssel by
coughing and died.
Terrible rain and wind storms swept
over many provinces of Spain, and it
is believed thousands f lives wcru
Governor Roosevelt is gre-atlv In-
e-ensed because photographers have
lieen taking snap shots ef his children.
The sultan of Turkey has been pre-
scnte-d with a sumptuously-equipped
Texas has 3'Uio,772 acres of unlm-
u roved land.
PRESIDENT STARTS FOR CANTON
Goes w ith His Wife to His Old Home for
Washington, June 3. President
and Mrs. McKinley left Washington at
:45 p. m. yeste-rday for Canton. O.,
where they are to remain for several
weeks. With them also we-nt Secre
tary Ceirtclyou. Dr. I'. M. Kixey (the
presitlent's physician), and a stenog
rauher from the White- House-. The
party occupied the private car Grass-ine-re-.
and the- train is scheduled to
reach Canton about 1" a. ni. today.
As the train pulled out the pre-si-
eleiit a p tea reel on tin- platform ef the
car ami lifted his hat to the assembl.-d
....... ..-.t .....1 I .... W..T-I..1 1
crown, ami .Mrs. .nci-viiiu-y waveel a
giKxl-bye- with her handkerchief from
the car window. The- preside-nt loeike-d
well and apN-ared to Ix- in exi-ellent
Hay Tine -tby. It'o: prairie. V) to 110.
ttraw 4 f"3.te
Potatoes -Ac: new. flOc.
Ilutter Choice to fair; 14c, fresh creamery,
Hens 7o per pound.
Spnnr ebfekena, IA00 per dozen.
I osi Soft. tic.
Cattle liuchers pay for corn fed steers,
3c; cows and belfers, cGc; calves, 5c3
Spring Umts-2 S0QJ3 SO.
Hogs U fMQM 7i
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children.
Tba thi .ca Hare Aivajs Bssgbt
The Kind Ton Have Always
In uso for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations nnel tTust-ns-grtMMl" are but
Experimeuts tbat trillo witb nntl entlaiiiror the bealtb"oC
Infants and Cbiltlren Kxperienco against lxpcrimcuU
What is CASTOR! A
Costoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, lrops and Soothinjr Syrups. It is llcitsant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
And, allays Fevorisliness. It cures Diarrliu-n and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Const iiMttiou
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and liovvcls, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR1A ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over SO Years.
TMf Cf NTAU1 COMMMV, TT MUttMAV tTBtfT. ITCW VOwN Cftf.
Anheuser-Busch Bottled Beers
are without a peer
The materials used for
very best obtainable.
but How Good" is
The sale ci three million bottles cf this elegant
Britain in i,-o proves trx it nas surpassing
has b(ii a M in to thou-at.cU
who lia-r fieri tm cr.iy r i.auf.
Hay Hatr-HeaJtb i a h-alth-lul
hair iVf-xl. r"toi:n 3'Mitlilul
coloi arl Nai;i lori-.j ami lurVtl
hair. K . n c a j-: event
dandnih and stops tailing a ul
hrcakin of tlx li;tir. It is not a
dye and prvMtivciy v. ill not h
color I lie sa!p, h.iiid; rt Ir.thiiM.
c d its use raitnot be d'.ltLted by
your bc-t Ir.enJ.
Prevents hair falling; after ?ca
bathing or much i.err'iriUiuii.
One Bctfla Does ft. X large soc.
1 f -i t
Cut out ar-1 jiini fhn Omp'.n ::i me rfiv-1 aid take ii f - nv ol th ('illowinsr HrusKwt. nd tl-y
w-.ll em yfu a luxe ln.tue fit Hay's Itair-HcaUh ..ml i 1-ic. cake llarflns Mrilkaled Nup, tlic
bet SOSD you i jti - fc lor iiair. .s a!p. 1 iipi'M.n. I. uli ..t:rt Vnll. lor f llty rnt ; rriruUr rrli
price. 75 . rni. I n otftt w k,hh1 .m o . r.K tr. ..i.ii- I in. ! . . rr-.lremt-d h- tcsdinc drMZKists every
where at their -hop only, or lii- I.OMKlN SI I-i'l.Y CO.. 5J hronlsiiy. Nrw Vork. either
uh or v.itliiLi fcij. io by c ic:. i icj.atti. 1:1 r.Uin :alt j t. n on receipt ! or.. ami tins coui-on.
NAM! uio ijs
API ! !..-.- V.; '
r allowing c'rnei3ts supply lit'5 :ialr -
For Sale Kxclusivtly by T. II.
A. D. HUESING. Wholesale
"DIRT DEFIES THE
IS GREATER THAN
Bougrht, fAinl Tfliicb has been
has borne tbe signature of
Jin Tieen lunilf midev- 111 nr-r
supervlsiou since its infancy.
Budweiscr, "The ongin.r
Black & Tan, "The American Port r"
Exquisite, "a mericsn Pilscner" V
these brews arc the !
"Not How Cheap ;
the motto of the
U. S. A.
the famous food-drink that physicians recom
mend to nursing mothers, the convalescent,
the aged, the feeble, is made by this association.
hair drowsing In the United 5tates and Great
merit and docs ail that is claimed for it.
b.nr u, yotiihttil ol-ir .m.I life.
It act t.-t ten .; , iii fhmi
I 'it: irqi.it fl tit.ii .hmrnt and
i - itiv ty pro In rs IiiTuriaot
ttii. k fiair rtn ,.4!) hr-tiit.
"Hot a Gr ayHmirLcti,"
lf' I C-1 in w. ny ( htlfiflri '1 USlIlaJ it.
May's liajr-Hcalth is a -Unity
trc- ,:nj and u !. r-ary adiuticl
iu r;y iii!.i, and Mnlikr other
'rrp"r..tnin., lias b -hhliil a Hon
mi thr rrs th hair, ruotn
He- hair if) r-it t iit'irtiiiiil color.
VtM-incr ri:u k, trwti or golncn.
fcoriLEst At Leading Druggists.
Cood tor 25c. tsmkm
H Alt FIN A SOAP.
tturs-in pur. ha'nif May's Hiir-
not o-.;-B K-nc.l ii in.i hjif in. money hark liv ifl.
MiMml .-,1 i'l'l V ( i , S;i lirr-j'l-ssv, NVw Vra.
AVi. - - .' th;t,tntc. thi.tt on knvmg II. . .
;alt:t and Martina Soap in their shops only :
Thomas, 1H30 Second Avenue.
Am Has riialtu
sold In bulk n Knti.
From stock not less than eight month old.
Its brilliancy, palaUbJa taste and compact,
creamy foam are proofs of its body. a;e and
Ht. Loots A. B.C. Bohemian Boer Is bottlm oc!r at taa brswsrr
eacb b-Ails Is a iscksf srsed la 1st. Ixnils, sod oponad br um
Dealer. Kock Iiland, 111.
Telephone 11 S3.