Newspaper Page Text
THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. JANUARY '23; ' 1008.
WIT TT TTT.
SPECIAL SALE OF ALL OUR
FANCY STIFF BOSOM SHIRTS,
SIZES 14 TO 18.
$2.50 qualities . . .
fl.50 qualities . .
$1.25 uallties ..
Broken lots of shirts worth.":
up to $1.25. at 59C
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
WILL THE GROUND HOG
SEE HIS SHADOW
On I-Vh. 2? Then look for six
weeks more of cold weather. If
not, wo will have nti early spring
ami in either case we will he
ready for you wi;h our new line
of fah rios for spring or with a
handsome assortment of goods
for between seasons or for even
in:; wear. In any case, when
you need an up-to-date tailor,
E. F. DORN.
1812 Second Avanua.
If you want the best, and noth
ing but the best in Bakery Goods,
Ice Creams and Candies, go to
171G-1713 Second avenue.
These goods are not only the
fesiiest, but the most wholesome
and most delicious made, and
from nothing but the best ma
terial. Let us serve you some of our
delicious Maple Parfeit, Lala
Rookh, New York Vanilla with
Brandied Cherries, Individual
Forms, Paper Cases, and other
fancy designs. Our line of Cost
Mottoes are the prettiest ever
Telephone or call, and have a
talk with us. We are sure to
Our Turkish Jelly and Marsh
mallows can't be beat for 15c
Q Both phones.
Rheumatism Cured in Three Days.
N. H. Laugley, Madison, Wis., says:
"I was almost helpless with rheuma
tism for about five months. Had t
in my neck so I could not turn my
head, and all through my body. I
tried three doctors and many remedies
without any relief whatever until I
procured Dr. .Detchon's Relief for
Rheumatism. In a few hours the pan
was relieved and in three days th
rheumatism was completely cured an.l
I was at work." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
lr.ot Second avenue. Rock Island;
Gust Schlegel & Son, 20 West Second
street, Davenport. ,
It" fills The arteries with" rich, red
blood, makes new flesh, and healthy
men, women and children. Nothing
can take its place; no remedy has
Jone so much good as Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, tea or
tablets. Harper House pharmacy.
Easy to take.
If your doctor says this
is all right, then say it
ocer and oott aga-n:
GET A TEAM NOW
Secretary Rowland of Dubuque
is Pleased Over the Base
SOME PLAYERS WERE WARY
Has Strong Men on the String.
Gossip of Three-Eye League
Secretary Rowland of the Dubuque
baseball club when the announcement
was made to him yesterday of the de
cision of Judge Graves by a reporter
of the Telegraph-Herald said the out
come was just what he" had expected.
The fact that the management had
continued to sign players was cited as
showing the confidence that had been
felt in -..the result Of the litigation.
Mr. Rowland added:
"The matter has caused us much
trouble, however, in this way. Players
were uncertain . whether or not Du
buque was to be left in the league, and
naturally there was a great deal of
hesitancy manifested on the part of
some of them as to whether they
should tie up under such conditions
or not.- They feared that the matter
might not be adjusted until most of
the teams of the country had been
pretty well filled up. and it would be
hard for them to get another chance
in case they lost out on the Dubuque
.ow. However, said tne secretary.
everything is smooth sailing, and they
expect to land several valuable play
ers whom they have been after for
some time, but who were somewhat
reluctant about signing for the reason
Dick Egan. the Peoria second base
man, who was drafted by Cincinnati,
has been turned over to Harrisburg,
where he will succeed Jack Bonner at
second. Peoria had hoped to get him
back in case the Rods could not Use
Don Cameron has lost his chance
for faster company and will have to
play with Terre Haute, it seems. And
he will not be manager either, for it
is announced that Bade Myers has
been selected for that position.
Clinton fs trying to get Paul Moore
from St. Joseph, which has a string
on the player now.
BOWLING AGAIN IS REVIVING
Old Timers at the Game Are Making
Some Big Scores.
la .ueum.s ui a revival in
uowiing taking place at the . present
"":u" u"u U!J "mers ai me game are
fast regaining their old form. At the
Harms alleys the following schedule
is -m eneci. uerman- Bowling club.
c.m.sa aim ruuay auer-
MOnllL. . . T..l. 1'n,1n 1
...,u..a. villus emu. vune&iiay even-
ms. oanKcrs, ir.ursaay evenings. The
ui ., mauv u.v .Newman eany
... tuB season ana tne score ot Zoi
...aue oj rvaminerer uct. z was passed
uy tne latter last evening when he
ARRANGE WRESTLING MATCH
Terms Closed for Meeting of Gotch
Milwaukee. Wis., Jan. 2:1. W. W.
Wittig of this city, who has been en-
viva v ui his LKJ i i : mi e a reaiuii
...ate., iu,- iue cnampioiismp i me
V. n t : e 1 1 I
.wuiiu ufiwteu nachtnscnimui. and
v.vnun, ...is lewtnni a -iuR'Sraiii uom
Hackenschmidt's manager agreeing to
nt,ms' u,u K,,he lu "'B
IUUJV UU'I VtUIUllft dilUI-
! toriums in the big cities and later will
accept the most advantageous offer
for the match
Unk Russell Put3 Out Potts.
New York. Jan. 23. Unk Russell of
Philadelphia displayed a lot of class
before the Sharkey A. C. last night
when he stopped Jimmy Potts of Min
neapolis in the second round of one
of the fastest fights seen in this city
for many weeks. Potts, while he dis
played some cleverness, lacked the
punch and did not class with the
speedy, hard-hitting Quaker city lad.
Split Copper County League.
Houghton. Mich.. Jan., 2S The
Northern Copper Country Baseball
league at its annual meeting yesterday.
at which representatives1 of the four
clubs. Winnipeg, Houghton, Duluth
and Calumet, were present, decided to
separate the western eiubs rrom tne
Michigan clubs, each end to organic
a new league. The national commis
sion has granted permission.
Muscatine Five in Easy Victory.
Muscatine, Iowa, Jan. 23. Musca
tine Y. M. C. A. basketball team de
feated the Cedar Rapids association
five last night In a fast game, 40 to CO.
It Does the Business.
E. E. Chamberlain of Clinton, Maine
says of Bucklen's Arnica Salve: "It
does the business; I have used it for
piles and it cured them. Used it for
chapped hands and it cured them. Ap -
piled it to an old sore and it healed it
without leaving a scar behind." 25
cents at all druggists.
Easy to take.
Easy to take.
J. C. Ajt Co..
The Little Heroine of
The Vaudeville House
j ; V
!i 1-. - v 0
Elizabeth Huss. aged 12, of Srayer's
crossing, South Rock Island, who was
awarded a prize on the stage at the
Family theater last Saturday night by
a spontaneous outburst of the audi
ence moved to sympathy by her un
happy fate, being both afflicted and
poor. Manager" I.ewinsohn agreed to
clothe the little girl and pay her tui
tion in the schools of Rock Island for
a year and he is already making
FOR THE NEW PLAY
of "The Westville Cadets
Being Trained by Miss
The rehearsing of the cast for the
diamatic production. "The Westville
Cadets," the work of local playwrights,
has been commenced under, the direc
tion of Miss Anna l.arkin.
The play which is of the military
musical order, is to be given at the
Illinois theater. Feb. lit, for the beiic
fit'of Trinity church.
ACTRESS WEUS IN HOSPITAL
Ceremony Performed at Bedside -of
S?rah Truax at Chicago.
Chicago, Jan. 23. Sarah Truax, the
actress, was married in the Woman's
hospital. Rhodes avenue and Thirty-
second street, yesterday aiternoon to
Attorney Charles Stanley Albeit of
Minilf':lnfili TNw ;iftrrnorm wh. will
im(iergo an operation for appendicitis.
Hei. condition is not considered dan-
gcrous. The marriage was to have
taken Place a few days, asrn, hut was
postponed tu account of the illness of
the bride-to-be. She wa talon to the
hospital and Mr. Albert returned to
Minneapolis. The attorney came back
to Chicago yesterday morning and ob
tained a marriage license. He gave
his agc as 35 , ,h t f Mi Truax
as ?A The marriage was performed
at the bedside of the brid-- by Rev
George E. Day. The witnesses were
Mrs. Emma C. Truax. the bride:
mothor anil Mrc V,vvil XX l'inrw
Mrs. Albert acted with Otis Skinner
in the early TitTs and in 19fi:i succeeded
Viola Allen in Hall Caine's 'Eternal
City." Her latest appearance on the
I stao was in "Tim Kni.w v.i.
WUVES MARRIAGE PORTION
Contract for Szechenyi-Vanderbilt
Wedding Made Public
Npw York. Jan. 22. Count Laszlo
SzM,henv! and Miss Gladys Vanrh-rhiU
have subscribed to the contract whic!
nrnrlilne f It.u.Mvof:..,, nn.l
joynient of their property interests as
a!fcctert bv their "marriage next Mon
tlav. Under it the count and his bride
will share mutually their combined
fortunes. In view of previous mar
ringe contracts entered into between
American girls and titled European
in which fortune has accompanied the
hand of the bride, the arrangement ae
cepted by Count Szechenyi and Miss
Vanderbilt is offered in proof of so
ciety's announcement that it is a love
match above all else.
MICHIGAN WOMEN MAY VOTE?
Word "Male" Is Ordered Stricken from
Draft of Organic Law.
Lansing, Mich., Jan. 23. Women
I suffragists won an important point las
night when the committee on elective
I franchise of the constitutional convcn-
liRn decided to mae a report favora
hle to universal franchise. It is rec
ommended that the word "male"
stricken from the organic law.
SUICIDE WROTE A LETTER
Dr. Jones of Keokuk Left Note Found
by a Woodchopper.
Burlington, Iowa, Jan. 23. A note
cigned by the late Dr. George W.
Jones of Keokuk, who wandered away
from Burlington and killed himself
near here Christmas "night, was found
yesterday by a woodchopper near the
bpot where the body lay. It was writ
I en in lead pencil and made a ramblin
I statement concerning- his contemplated
deed and a request for forgiveness.
The vagueness of the note leaves lta
j'ontiT for doubt that, he doctorwas
iut of his mind when he ended his
Beer That Is Beer.
If you want to drink good beef, order
ho Davenport Malting company's pal
sport Delivered anywhere In Uocki All the
j Island. . Both phones 169.
IS UP TO CONGRESS
Voting of Funds Will Insure Im
petus for Schoolboy Rifle
GOOD RESULTS ARE SHOWN
English Government .Took Up Subject
Long Ago and Is Spending
Large Sums of Money.
Washington. D. C, Jan. 23. If the
plans of the national board for the
promotion of ride practice and the Na
tional Rifle association meet with the
approval of congress, a great impetus
will be given to schoolboy rifle prac
tice in the United Slates. A tourna
ment recently held in New York cit
met with such conspicuous success
that when the board of directors of
the National Rifle association assem
bled in Washington it was unanimous
ly agreed that congress should bs-
asked for au appropriation to further
the work among the school children.
The marvelous shooting of the An
napolis cadets and the navy team,
which was composed almost exclusive
ly of young men, at Annapolis, coupled
with that of the school boys at. Creed-
iikku- and Sea Girt and on the minia
ture range at the recent Sportsman's
how has demonstrated that lads from
G years old upward can be taught to
:andle the military ride with precision.
At that age boys are enthusiastic
ihout guns and outdoor sport and it
s proposed to turn their attention to
ward tiie use of the military rifle with
the idea that as they grow older their
fondness for this sport will increase
and that on leaving the schools, col
egrs or universities they will join the
national guard or civilian rifle clubs
aid thus continue the work.
I'.iifiliwh Sat'iitl l.nrsc Sums,
The English government spends
argo sums ot money annually 1:1 en
couraging school uoys rme practice
and other countries are turning their
at:ention in this direction. The na
tional board has recommended u the
secretary of war that an item be in
;crt'd in ths army appropriation bill
setting aside SltMUKi') for the promo
tion of rifle practice in public schools
olleges, universities, and civilian rifle
practice, including ' the cost ot arms,
ammunition, prizes and the necessary
material and appliances therefor and
for the expenses or indoor and outdoor
competition among the students, and
members attending or belonging to
the same and the traveling expenses
Mid pay of persons designated by the
secretary of war to superintend sucn
.nst ructions and competition.
are to be conducten in accordance
with regulations to be prescribed bv
he secretary of war. General Robert
Shaw Oliver, assistant secretary of
war, and president of the national
hoard. General James A. Drain, and
General George W. Wingate of New
York, "the father' of ride practice,"
have been named as a committee to
present the matter to congress.
HARNESS "BIG MUDDY"
DEMAND OF MEETING
First Meeting of Missouri River Navi
gation Congress Held at
Sioux City, Iowa. Jan. 2:1. With
delegates in attendance from seven
states, including governors, congress
men, mayors, and other prominent
men from the principal cities of the
Missouri valley, the first annual con
vention of the Missouri River Naviga
tion congress was opened yesterday
afternoon in the New Grand theater.
Kansas City, Omaha and Yankton, S.
D.. are after the next convention.
Victor E. Bender of Council Bluffs
is temporary chairman and A. B. Beall
of Sioux City temporary secretary.
Upper river delegates believe the Kan
sas City boosters desire to confine the
improvements to the river between
Kansas City and St. Louis. Should
this prove true, no doubt t!ere will
be a hot fight.
Bimouets at two hotels last night
were addressed by Governor Cummins,
John L. Kennedy of Omaha. Governor
Crawford of South Dakota. George I).
Perkins of Sioux City, Lieutenant Gov
ernor Garst of Iowa and A. N. Jeffreys
FROM THE ANTILLES.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Bene
fits a City Councilman at
W. O'Reilly Fogarty, who is a mem
ber of the city council at Kingston.
Jamaica, West Indies, writes as fol
lows: "One bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy had good effect on a
cough that was giving me trouble and
I think I should have been more quick
ly relieved if I had continued the rem
edy. That it was beneficial and quick
in relieving me there is no doubt and
it Is my intention to obtain another
bottle." For sale by all druggists.
Baloon Voyage Postponed.
Quinc-, 111., Jan. 23. The baloon
voyage to have been started from here
fby members of the Chicago Aeronaut!
cal club has been declared off. Sy
Baldwin, the Quiney aeronaut, sa'd
last night that the trip had been post
poned on account of the stormy
weather and failure to obtain coal gas
of sufficient buoyancy.
news all the time THE
(Sixteenth Strict and Second Avenue.)
Jaii. HI Jnue lorcornn In A Doll'
Una. 2G "At Yale," timllnr.
Jan. IW "Tbo l.ily and tUr I'rlnrr."
Jan. 31 Mary Sh:v, iu ;Uoh(m.'
The Elite. . ;
( Eighteenth Street, Xorth if Sjeeond
Vniitlr ille at X S mid i. in. To
m:i(im-(-H Numllij ami luilitla j .
(Second Avenue. Kast of Nineteenth
VuuiU'villr at 3, S im.l !:!. p. m. Two
ma tiller Siiinlnv ni:il l:o!il:i.
Critics Spesk Highly of Ganz. H.
L. Hubbard, the linioical critic for the
Chicago Tribune, has the following to
say of Rudolph Ganz who will give a
Joint recital with Max Bend.x at the
Mcline thea'er tomorrow evening
Mr. Ganz returns but little changed.
His art has broadened and mellowed
JAMES M, BRQPHY
SUPPORTING JANE CORCORAN IN
"A DOLL S HOUSE,". AT THE
slightly perhaps, and there is still
mere of authority and a deepening of
tiie poetry and sentiment in his per
formance. He plays as quietly and. un
affectedly as he always has done, he
- - t - 1 - "
ft ,: . n
These'1!,ms just as haimonically true' in
u ""nAt '"' . "ls wonv sa
'sfics 1,nrt .,l"ddens by its technical
reflection and us interpretative sail
lty as it iias for several seasons. He
is - one of the master pianists of thr
present time and the opportunity to
hear him is ever welcome."
"Madam Butter'ly." Among the
Italian grand opera composers of the
present day Signer GiaconiO ' Puccini
fills (he first place. As the generally
accepted successor of Verdi, it is but
right that Puccini's latest wark
"Madam Butterfly" should speedily
have found its way to this country,
where his previous operas have been
received with marked favor. The an
nouncement that it is soon to be sung
here by Henry W. Savage's specially
organized English grand opera forces
will he hailed with genuine delight.
"Madam Butterfly" is conceded to be
the greatest operatic success and nov
elty out of Europe for many seasons.
In his supTb production. Mr. Savage
is said to have tptite.-reached his mem
orable achievement -.in the presentation
of Wagner's sacred music-drama. "Par
sifal." The reception of the master
piece in New York was sensational.
At the Garden theater it enjoyed a run
ef ",:) consecutive performances, an un
precedented triumph for grand opera.
This broke all records in th musical
history of the world. To offer this
one opera eight times a week calls for
three complete sets of principals, a
fine chorus and a large orchestra. Tiie
company to sing it here consists of
nearly l."u people, including an orches
tra of an musicians
-i yaie. une ot th? best scenes
in the college play "At Yah" which
will le seen at the liiinois Sunday.
Ian. 20, matinoe and night, is. in the
first act, where the boys are cramming
for their Greek examinations. In the
midst of their work, a nie:-enger boy
enters and nothing will do bi;t to let
the boy read the English, translation
while the young collegians make the
most of the reading. This Is a scran
from the immortal bnrd as given in
Jimsey's dialect: "Den sure the l;eht
had lied from Jones' eye, but nmdder
Venus when she saw her son hard
pressed by mighty Jones, flew to his
ride. From the . field she born him
far from Jones' wrath wrapped in a
hollow, cloud," etc.. etc. Rather confus
ing, but none too bad fir the hard
pressed " students. Jimsey is a char
acter worth seeing.
Ibsen Better Known. The world
'..as cime to a clearer understanding
of the great Norse dramatist. Dr. Hen
rik Ibsen, who wrote "A Doll's" House'
in which fiss Jane Corcoran.-niu'e-
t'ne'direction of Arthur C. Ailslon will
appear at , the Illinois tomorrow
Twenty years ago Ibsen's name was
unknown in America and for a num
ber of years after his first play was
produced in this country, his work
MORE PLANS MADE
Chairmen of Various Commit
tees for Y. M. C. A. Annual
Circus are Named.
NEW FEATURES WILL BE SEEN
An Increase Will be Made in the Num.
ber of Participants and Attrac
tions Will be Enlarged.
The executive eommittee having
charge of the Y. M. C. A. circus ar
rangements held an important session
last night at the association building.
at which were discussed numerous
projections for the new features to
he added to this year's entertainment.
Ir is expected that 10(1 or more mem
bers cf the junior and senior depart
ments of the association will partici
pate this season, there having been
in l:ict winter's circus. Two bands
will practice for the event, and the
menagerie, concert and side show will
be given greater consideration and b?
presented on a larger scale. It is the
intention to make the grand entry, a
highly successful feature of the for
mer performance, a sublime and thrill
ing spectacle, in which the wild lieasts
of the menagerie will be paraded.
' tinirnieii Niliueil.
Chairmen of the committees having
in charge the various departments of
the circus were named as .follows, each
chairman to pick the members of hi:-
Comedy gymnastics Willis Wood
Circus comedy Joe Smith.
Music Frank Watts.
Decorations Wyman Reardslcy.
S:d show Charles Weigand.
Menagepie George Duflield.
Costumes A. L. Rurnett.
Pure gymnastics Harry Sniffer.
Take off committee George Duflield.
Refreshments Arthur Fehlman.
General e:i!erta;nm?nt and publicity
Advertising A. I,. Durnett and
was mocked avid scorned. Yet at his
death a few months ago, in iiis 70th
year, the dramatic critics of the worl
united in saying, that no one since
Shakesneare s time had made so
strong an impression and left so ds
a mark on ihe stage and ils patrons
"Today in America. Ibsen is recognized
in his true light." writes Sherman
Danby. "It would seem as if the
theatergoer in America has a keener
perception and the ability to discover
the true greatness of the man and his
works than the people of any other
clime." Ibsen's "A Doll's Homf-"
speaks for itself, the characters are
so -finely drawn and their emotions
are so real that everyone acknowledged
the technique and remarkable analyti
cal powers of the author. Ibsen is
not a pessimist as many imagine and
as often been asserted.' On the con
trary, he is pointing the way to loftier
and better things ami showing that
he believes in the regeneration and
reformation of society. It is because
the works of Ibsen hit straight at the
very existence of the people, because
they strike at tho root of society and
because they make the people that go
to the theater think, that Ibsen has
become such a blessing to the Ameri
One More Opportunity. One of the
most popular and pleasing productions
of the season is "The Flower of the
Ranch." which the Joseph E. Howard
Amusement company will present at
tne Bums tomorrow night tor a re
turn engagement, with Joseph E. How-
aid and Mabel Harrison as the stars.
Thus is afforded one more oppori unity
to see the prel'y play. The play
could stand alone without its musical
features, as there is an interesting
story of -western life told in it. The
musical numbers are said to be mas
terpieces. Mr. Howard is widely
known as the composer of "The Time,
the Place and the Girl," which hohb
the record for long runs in Chicago,
and other tuneful plays, such as "The
Land of Nod." "The Isle of Bong-
bong." "The Girl Question" and "The
District Leader, but he has never
written to better advantage than in
"The Flower of the Ranch." The
burlesque . cf the "Merry Widow
Waltz" song and bachelor scene, as
done bv Miss Barrison and Mr. How
aid, is said to be genuinely unique.
the costuming of the women in this
number being especially unique. The
company number? SO people and an
augmented orchestra will be used.
Public May Inspect Map.
The Iowa Publishing company wishes
to inform the public that the revised
and final engraver's proofs of the new
map of Rock Island city and boutn
Rock Island township will be on dis-
play for public inspection and cnti
cism at the Rock Island county court
house all day TnurEia, Jan. . .
The publishers earnestly request
parties interested to call and carefully
examine same, and point out any
rors'they may discover, so that eor
rections can be made before printing,
as it Is the wish of the publishers that
the new map should be absolutely
Advice to Mothers: Don't let your
children . waste " away. Keep them
strong and healthy during the winter
with Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
It is the greatest tonic for children
Pure and Harmless; Uoea tne greatest
good. S5 cents, tea or tablets. Harper
tfWjgM 7Mmu.Y v"Jiili mil '
Vi ICTI ON CM API B R U N.K I MOT COMPAMV.
Friday, Jan. 24.
Arthur O. Aiston Presents that Talent
Supported ly James M. lirupby and
Special Cast, in Iter Greatest
A Dolts House
Hy Hetirik lliseii.)
PKH'KS 2."i tents l. $l.r.0. Seals on
falf Wednesday, Jan. 22. at 'J a. in
I'lione west 22 1.
IMRltTION ClMnSf RUN.KINPT
Sunday, Jan. 26.
ll.-itinrc mill Mt III.
Jules Murry Presents the Jlcst of All
See the Big Boat Ftece Between Yale
l;i(inee ( liililren. lir.c: iiiIiiMh, th:
lOveiiiii r,, Tt, 7ie, !f.OO.
Seat sale at theater Jan. 21. I'lione
S. A. Lewinsohn, Owner and Manager.
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE. -i!lvllI
A- 0 J". t.ir Cyclists.
JHMK Ui:iM.V. Juggler.
TI!K MISKAL MII.I.KItS.
MH. M Y KIXI.Y.
HAlilil XCWMAX Knglish Come
dian. - -MOW
MOTION I'lCn Hl.
1'KOF. STtli;it OKllli:siHl.
Admission 10 and 20 Cents.
REMEMSER THE JOINT RE.
Moline Theater, Fri
day Eve, Jan. 24.
Tickets, $1.50. $1, 75c and 50c.
Telephone box office.
For a fair and
square place to bor
row money on furni
ture, pianos, horses,
wagons, etc., and
get the lowest rates,
longest time, and
easiest payments, see
MUTUAL LOAN CO.,
I'roplrn nlonnl Ilnnk btilldluK.
Koom 411. Iloi'k Inlnntl. III.
Trl-ihnn. ll nml fi'i.
Offirc hour. K n. in. to H p. in.
Open rtlnpHdny and Saturday
evrniDK" O p. in.
One Trial Will Convince
Is an expert in making your old
clothes new and, and your new
clothes to perfection.
Tants pressed 1I
Suits pressed 50
AU other work at moderate prices.
16214 Second Avenue.
KILL THE DANDRUFF GERM
Or Your Hair Will Fall Out Till You
Modern science has discovered that
dandruff is' caused by a germ that iigs
I up tne scalp ln sca;ei?i as jt burrows
dow (o In roo, nf liair where
- ic destroys the hair's vitality, causing
j falling hair, and ultimately, baldness.
i After Professor Unna of Hamburg.
an Germany, discovered the dandruff
germ, 911 efforts to find a remedy failed
ew until the 'great laboratory discovery
- U.as made wnieh renl:ed in Xewbro's
Herpicide. It alone of all other hair
preparations kills the dandruff germ.
re - j without dandruff, hair grows luxur-
iantly. "Destroy the cense, you re
move the effect." Sold by leading
druggists. Send 10c In stamps for
sample to the Herpicide company, De
troit, Mich. Sold in two siezs. 50c and
$1.00. T .H. Thomas special agent.
pc Witt's Carholized Witch. TTarel
salve is especially recommended lor
I piles. . Sold by all druggists.