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DEMENTED WATCHMAN IN
THE DEPARTMENT OF
Placed Under the O?ice of Secre
tary Houston-But the Fuses
Washington, Juno 2.-Several hun
dred clerk* Hud officials fled in frighi
from their offices in ?he department of
agriculture today when Daniel V.
Jauch, a watchman; scurried through
the corridors shouting tim*, the build
ing was about to be destroyed by dyna
Led by Jauch, several of the cooler
depprtiueut officials ran to th? ?basc
ulent where they found four sti 'ks of
dynamite on which the fuses had been
burned out. Apparently an explosion
had been averted because tho fuses had
been jammed Ko tightly Into thc dcto
nation raps thal the lire wau extin
Janell who had suffered severe in
juries to bili bead while serving as s?
soldier in the Philippines several yeun>
ago was taken to a police ^tatton and
subjected to rigid questioning. Later
tlie police announced he had admitted
that he himself placed thc explosives.
Department officials said they believed
the watchman intended to "discover"
tlir dynamite before lt could do harm,
hoping to win promotion for hcrolBin.
The dynamite"had been placed di
rectly I cneath the office of Secretary
I loudon. Tho secretary was out of
town, but immediately across the cor
ridor from his office. Assistant Gallo
way and several other officials were
Janell has been employed for five
years in tho department.
Government Figures for the Past
Month Show That Butter Is
There is but little difference io be
noticed in the local market, or tn fact
there ls not much difference notice
able in any part of tho state but the
market quotations op" ineat, butter
and poatoes his changed somewhat in
the last month.
Butter prices; in'i?onth-CaroHua-Iast;
- mouth were about the same as-dur
ing May, 1912, acording to data gath
ered by the federal government. Th'?
' average for the country as a whole
was 3.2 cents less than for the cor
responding month of last year. Farm
prices of eggs also show little varia
tion. Chickens bad farm price In
South Carolina averaging 2 3 cents
more than lu' May of last year.
The aVenige price per 100 pouuds
paid to the producers of pork fn South
Carolina during April was $7.80, or
14 cents per 100 less than on April 15
of last year. This is true also of tho
country as a whole. The lowest .state
. averages, according to. government
data mado public yesterday, ls $6.10
. in Florida and the highest ls $9.60 In
Rhode iBland'and ConnecUcutt. North,
Carolina's average was higher' than
South Carolina's by 10 cents per 100
Irish potatoes paid to the growers
la South Carolina.during April show
ed a decrease of.14 cents per bushel
less than for tho corresponding month
of lost year.. The only other state
reporting a decrease was Louisiana.
Tho country as a whole reports an in
crease of 23.? cents, or a gain over
1913 of abolit 48 per cent. Lowest
prices prevailed in Idaho, Washington
?nd Oregon.., '.
/ BODY ?F j LAWRENCE luTDiG
Distinguished English Actor Drowned
In the St. Lawrence
Quebec, Jifne 1.-The body? of Law
. ronce Irving, the English actor, waa
' picked up last night on tho west bank
of the St. Lawrence below' Rimouskl.
. This information- was given out today
' at the Canadian Pacific offices.
Irving's face was bruised almost be
yond recognition. A signet ring'with
. thc initials "L. fc?i led to tho Identifi
cation. One 'hand still clutched a
piece of cambric, probably from the
clothing'of his wife, whom ho. waa
making desperate offorts to'sava when
they wore last seen olive.
THE REPEAL BILL
NEARING A VOTE
Senator Simmons Claims It Will
Receive 52 Votes," Not Count
-, * in g Doubtful One?
..Washington. Jubb 1--Developments.
In tho sonaU,-today encouragea lead
ers in tho belief 'that a vote Would bp
taken by Saturday night on the canal
' toll3 exemption repeal bill, Atbongh
an effort td secure unanimous coneent
for a vote nt 4 o'clock Friday failed.
Senator O'Oorhran opposing the repeal,
, announced that, beginning Wedno3dr.v,
the bill would be;- kept eoEatabtly be
before the Senate until it waa dispos
ed of. .
With the adoption -of thia i plan the
bill wil com up:automatically ?t.; I
Sgg^clock.es^li day and not be displaced
by apgTopriation bi?? or ^tbar m
ur ?8. During the day conference be
tween Senators Kern, Simmons and
Lodge at which the forces for and
against repeal were reckoned, led to
an announcement by Senator Simmons
that li expected th bill to receive fifty
two votes. Senator Simmons declared
lie did not include any senators count
ed as doubtful and if his prediction is
fulfilled thc repeal bill will buve a
majority of nine.
Good Attendait" * and Splendid
Addresses Are Making Mision
ary Meeting Success
(From Thursday's Daily.)
A splendid attendance marked the
second day of the Woman's Missionary
Conference of the Saluda Baptist As
sociation, now meeting at Anderson
The morning session opened yester
day at 8:45 o'clock with devotional
services conducted by Mrs. J. M. Sul
livan. This waa followede by the
Hilde Study class, directed by Prof.
C. M. Faithful and then came the
meeting of the personal service clasB.
Tho forenoon session was concluded
willi the mission Btudy class, conduct
ed by Mrs. A. L. Smethers.
The afterriwn was taken up with a
business session and last night at 7:30
o'clock the vesper service took place
conducted by Miss BcsBle Shirley. At
8:30 o'clock, a splendid address was
delivered by Kev. W. T. Tate of Bel
ton ami tho mcccting was adjourned.
The following ls the program for to
day as? through Friday morning.
8:45- Devotion, Mrs. E. J. McCcwU.
10- Personal service.
11- Mission study.
12:15-Dinner, study and rest.
3:80-Waya and Means; business
7:30-Vesper service, MISB Helen
8:30-Address. Rev. Edward S;
Reaves, subject, "Stewardship, or
Christ's Teaching Concerning the
Bight Usc of Property."
8:45-Devotion, Mrs. E. P. Gumbrell.
9- Bible study.
10- Porsonal service.
12- Noon devotion, Mrs. E. W. Mas
Good Game of Ball Played at
Buena Vesta Yesterday Be
tween Tow? and Y. M. C. A.
_^ % .
(From Wednesday's Dally.)^.
AB far as ls known the Y. M. C. A.
.earn has never claimed tho champion
ship of Anderson or the right to the
title of "Champions" but since it seems
to be tlic habit here, when one decides
on some step in regard to. baseball, ta
take that step, regardless of what any
one. elsa, thjnks, the Y. M. C. A. team
hereafter should be known as thc
This decision luis boen reached by
the eminently dippy sportB writer o:
The Morning Intellect and hereafter
no other name shall-be applied to tue
Y. M. C. A. organization.
(However, even laboring under a han
dicap like that, the Y. M. C, A. sue?
ceeded in winning a good game ol
baseball from the. "Federal" team
composed of the baseball players ot
the city, when the two met at Beunu
Vista park y*t?terday. The Y. M. C.
A. played a botter game of ball than
did the town boys, doubtless due to U:?
more practice and won In handy style
fact that tbc.Y. M. C. A. has had
by a score of 6 to 4.
It Is understood that another game
'will be scheduled between the two
teams at en early dato and come good
playing is expected..
MR8; AMANDA MERBITT
Died In Bratty Creek Township Mon?
Mrs. Amanda Merritt, wife of Mr. J
A. Merritt, of Brushy Creek townshjp
Anderson county, died Monday morn
lug after a sudden illn?ss. She Was 5?
years old. Mrs. Merritt was a mem
ber of Siloam Baptist church Bfhci
her carly Ufo and in nil of Ute rela
tlons as wife, mother and consecrated
Christisn she did her. part well In life
. She is survived by ber husband
four ?tonB, D. M. Merritt, W: H. Mer
ritt. J. H..Meriti nndAfSzcll Meriti
of Anderson county, .Mrs. Lula Jones
Greer,. S. C.; Mrs. Rettie Dobson
.Greer; Mrs. Nellie Fremari, Picketts
Her funersl services""wilf be ?t' SHoatr
church this morning at ll o'clock
R?y.D. W. Hlptt officiating.
CAPT. ?NO. W. CARLISLE
A Galmht Conf?d?rale Soldier kai
; .atpartanharg. s. v.,'Juno L-Captait
John W. Carlisle, prominent cltlsot
and confederate veteran died here to
day Ho was 87 yeara old.
Capt. Carlisle Waa the father o
Howard B. Carlisle, state senator, ant
and V briner-of the late Dr; Jas H
Carlisle, president of Wofford (Allege
Capt Carlisle wa? a, very gallant con
SUPREME COURT MAKES IT
ATTEND TO IT3 INDIVID.
SOME OLD FRIENDS
Are Under the Ban of Displeasure
of the Courts for Violating the
Washington, Juno 2.-Dissolution of
tho so-called thread trust was order
Thc decree, states that tho Ameri
can Thread Company; the Thread Ag
ency and tho English Sewing Cotton
Company, as one group, and Thc Spool
Cotton Company. J. & ?. Coates. Lim
ited, the clark Thread Company, the
Clarkc-Mlle-ond Spool Cotton Compa
ny, George A. Clark & Bros.. J. UV.
Coates (Rhode Island! Inc.. J amer.
Chadwick and Uro. Limited, Jonas
Brock, Sir Thomas Glen-Coat c, bar
onet, James O. Clark, James William
Clark, Walter 1?. Neel. Hobt. P. Sey
mour, James Valentine and G. Sion
Allen, as another group, have, entered
into a combination to retrain thc for
eign commerce of the United States
in thread ami arc enjoined from car
rying out any of their arrangements
under such combination in restraint of
Officials of the twp groupa men
tioned arc forbidden to acquire or to
hold any property Interests in the or
ganization effected to corner the bus
The decree wa3 agreed upon by the
government and the defendants.
TO SPEAK HERE
Mr. Mnilully rushing His Candidacy
Editor The Intelligencer.
I have spoken as a candidate for
governor In Charleston, Columbia,
Nowberry, and Orangeburg..
I will speak at thc court house in
Anderson Saturday afternoon. I be
lieve Anderson ought to have the gov
ernorship this time. Collaterally it
will put her more securly on the map.
I am making great sacrifice of time,
labor, money and peace of mind to run
I shall be elected. I speak by tho
Very sincerely yours,
Jno. B. Adgcr Mullally.
Mr. Mullally has published lils plat
form In which he endorses G o'". Bloasc
: enthussiostically. .,
Of The Ladies of the Missionary Con*
terence of Saludo.
There is quite a largo attendance
upon tho sessions of thc Missionary
conference. Mrs. E. W. Masters and
her associates who have tried to make
tho conference a success arc much
The first ?esston of thc conference
wus hold thin afternoon. The dcvo
1 tiona! exercises wore conducted by
? Mrs. Leo Sander.-, in the absence of
F.ov. J. P. Vines.
Tho^adies assembled, then began
class work, consisting of the Ways and
Organization was planned and man)
. questions were discussed.
SENT BACK TO ASIA
Rich Hinda and. Ills Conni ry mr n are
Not Wanted. *
Vancouver, B. C., Jupnc 2.-r-Curdlt
, Singh, the rich Hindu leader and his
' 375 countrymen who Bought admis
t sion to Canada as British subjects are
about to rail back to Asia on the
L steamer #KOmangata, which brought
them here. The Canadian Immigra
j tlori authorities adopted a policy of
l delay which tho examination of tho
prospective immigrants would have
j lasted two or more years.
, Gurdlt. Singh declares he hopes to'
I stir up serious trouble for the Brit
ish Empire in India becauce bf tho
alleged indignities Inflicted on his
countrymen on the Canadian - weet
THE EMPRESS OF IRELAND
May Be Impossible to. Raine Yess*I
From River Bottom.
'Montreal, ?uno-z.-^-Lloyd's, the In
surance underwriters, will decide'
' whether lt will be feasible to raise the
' foundered Empress of Ireland -from
i tho . bottom of the St. Lawrence'riv
. er, lt was learned tod.ay.The Canadian
, Pacific Railway, owners of the vessel.
. automatically relinquished all claim ter*
i her-when she sank.
In spite of their coritentiop that tho
Storstad was.not to blame for tho cbl
\ ll sion, her owners today prepared an.
application to tho admiralty court, de^
' mandlng the rcle?seof the collier from
\ arrest. .
I TAZA, KEY TO MOROCCO.
' Captare' sf Town Kale* France So
preme In the Empire. >
- Although full accounts have been
. received hero of tho capture of Tazo
by the French troops under aecoral
Baumgarten en the night of May io,
yet . the significance of the .capture
1 reemo to have been overlooked by the
1 French press. The importance of the
* ancient stronghold to Franco will at
once be apparent If wo take a glance
at ? map of North Africa.
f The great' Moroccan . plain . which
\ extend*, arong tho Atlantic Coast is di
. Tided from Eastern Morocco abd AI
. g/ria/by tho Atlas Mountains which
? stope/ eo to speak, right across that
corojV ot Africa, Throcgb these
mountains there is hut one pass-thut
in which Taza i.< built-and so long as
the French wore not In possession of
Taza there could be no direct com
municatiOu bc. wen I thc Moroc
can capital, and thc French colony of
To go from Fez to the Alger in n
frontier by any other way lakes Uh
times as long. For example, recent
ly Gen. G-ouruud then In Western Mo
rocco, was summoned to attend a mili
tary couuc.il on the other side of the
Atlas mountains. Ile was obliged to
go to Casablanca, take ship, sail round
the Spanish corner of Morocco to
Oran in Algeria end thence go on to
thy, ni ace of meeting. It took him ll
days. Vin Taza bc could now do
it in less than one. .
When it ia considered thal all the
French military stores for the Moroc
can campaign an- in .tlperia the eap
lure of Taza means that France ls now
practically master of the Moorish em
SLIGHT CUSSING .MATCH.
Whltmlro, June 1.-Cor. Blease ar
rived here about 1 o'clock from New
berry Saturday and after considera
ble handshaking addressed the. crowd
which had assembled in the public
sanare to bear him. He began his
talk about 2:30 o'clock. Ills speech
touched on many subjects, and it was
to a largo extent of a personal nature.
Shortly after he began to speak of
matters particularly of interest to
Wbitmire, Mr. William Coleman, pres
ident of the Glenn Lowry Manufactur
ing company, rode up and in a few
minutes after hhs arrival Gov. Blouse,
singling Mr. Coleman out. stated to
the audience that he wautcd to ex
plain why Mr.- Coleman hated bim.
Mr. Coleman immediately stood up in
his buggy and interrupting the gov
ernor told him that he did not hate
him, and that he wanted an explana
tion a8 lo wJiy he accused him of ha
tred. Gov. l?base said.that any man
who would oppose a motion in his be
half at a club mauling was his enemy,
and that Mr. Coleman had done this.
Mr. Coleman stated that such was not
the caee as this could bc easily proved
as a great many present were mem
bers of thc club and he was sure no
one would state to tbe contrary.
Gov. HI ea se then brought up another
matter, which Mr. Coleman denied
and begged to be heard. The govern
or retuned absolutely to entertain any
explanation whatover, whereupon Mr.
Coloman told him to go to hell and
! drove away.
After thc above incident the speech
was mainly a criticism of individuals
j who were not after thc governor's 11k
' ing. Tho governor ond his friends
who accompanied him here left in au
tomobiles about 7 o'clock for New
A Georgia Physician.
Macon. Ga.. June l.-Dr. Samuel C.
Bondlct, 58 years old, of Athens, OH.,
president of the Georgia board ?of
health and dean of the school of phar
macy of the Unlvernity, of v^Oiorgia,
j died here today where he nair *^een
-for several weeks afflicted with apo
plexy. He was born ?n Hartford.
Conn. . . i - xii'>
"SWAMP BABBIT" SOLD
The Would Be Competitor of the Blue
Ridge Changes Bands.
(By Associated I'rosH.)
Greenville, June 1.-Tho Greenville
and Knoxville Railroad, which for
soveral months*- has boen operated un -
der a. receivership, today was sold at
public auction to W. T. Thompson cad
associates of Atlanta, Ga. .Tho price
poid was announced us $35.000. Tho
road, which extends from Greenville
to Rlvor Falls, S. C., IB.28 miles long.
Chamber lulu's Colic, ' Cholera anti
Evory family without exception
should keep ihir preparation at hand
during tho hot weather of the summer
months. Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth
more many times Its cort when neon
ed and is almost certain to he .needed
before thc summer ls over. It has
no superior for the purpose for which
it is intended. Buy it now. .For pale
by Evans* Pharmacy. . Adv.
Newcastle, Pa., June 2.-Reports of
.the Home Mission Board andy the com
mittee on church extension today
took up the entire session of tho
United Presbyterian general assembly.
Thc mission report was finally
adopted. : ' ..; " .
?L0GS THE KIDNEYS
? ' '.. . ..'.V<>l'-'*'.f?
Take a" glass of Salts If your Back
Harts or Bladder hu titers you
Drink more voter . . >
If you must have your meat every
day. eat lt. but Hush your kidneys with
salts occasionally, says a noted ,au
thority who tells us that meat - form<*
. uNc acid-which , almost paralyse* rho
kidneys In their efforts to expel ?< It
from tho blood. Thoy become slug
gish and weaken, thc you suffer with
a. dull misery In the" &l?*lteft**?'*t
sharp pains In tho back or ?Bick head
ache, - dirtiness your stomach - sour?t
tongue ls coated' un d when tho weather
ls had yon have '-"rheumatic twinges.
Tho channels often get sore and irrlal
ed obliging you to seek . relf?t two or
tttr?o tlmCB daring the night.
To neutralize thefe irritating nclds,
to cleanse ?he kidneys and flush of. tho
body's urinon* traste get four ounce?
of Jad. Salts t\om arty pharmacy ?w?>;
tale a'-tablespoonful in a.. glass bf Va
ter before breakfast for a "few. d Ay s
and your kidneys will then ; act 8ne.:
Thin Yamous salts .l? made .from ;tnc?
acid or grapes ond lemonJulp?, ;C0TO
blhed with lithla/ahd bas been Used
for generations to flush and stimulate
sluggish kidneys, also to neutralise
the acids in urine, so it no longer ir
ritates, thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts ls Inexpensive; cannot In
jure and makes a delightful cffervia*
cent lithia-water drink. Evans Ebnr
THREE DECISIVE ENGAGE- ?
MENTS HAVE BEEN
Thc Constitutionalist-, Arc Getting .
Arms From New York While
Peace Is Being Made
Durango, Mox., June 2.- (Delayed In
transmission)-Three decisive engage-1
monts with Federal troops between J
Zacutccas and San Luis Potosi .were
won by the ennxtlf utlnnnliRts on Muy
30 and 31. according to reports ra-j
ceived today by General Carranza.
Colonel Ferdinando Reyes, with six |
hundred men of the command of Gen- j
eral Carrera Torres .who Is investing
San Luis ol'tosl, administered a dce.l- I
:;ivo rief eat to a large Federal force
ut Salinas and later defeated a force
sent from San Luis Potosi to rclnforco
the Salinas garrison.
At Salinas the Federal loss was 46
privates and fo tr officers. Fourteen if
Federal officers were captured and ex- |
ocutod, Including Colonel Curios Cha- -
vez, two llcutnnat colonels, ono major, j'
four captains and six lieutenants. . [
Colonel Cntooa, of tho command
under General Panfilo Natera. Invest-?
lng Zacatecas^ captured H. federal1
troop train at Pines on Muy 31, killing ,
r.ixty Federals and capturing a con- ;
Bidcrnblc supply of ammunition and ,
Munitions of War,
Washington, June 2.-Ammunition
for thc Mexican constitutionalists left <
American Bhores from Now York today
bound for Tampico, while Mexican me- j
diation apparently marked time at Ni- j
agara Falls, the attitude of the con- \
8titutIonallst& i H still a stumbling ?
block in the negotiations.
Information that the steamer An
tilla, which recently was fired on by
conBtttulonalists outside Tampico,
bad left New York with munitions of
war, created considerable stir in
Up to the present Tamptco has been
regarded as an open port. The United
otates, however, bas sought to main
tain an embargo on arms to Mexico
across the border and last Friday,
when it became apparent munitions of
war for the constitutionalists wore
being prepraed for such shipmeut
from New York, no order was issued
to stop shipment.
Tike Plenty of Time to Kat
There is a saying that "rapid eating
io slow suicide." If you have formed
thc habit of eating too rapidly you ure
most likely suffering from indigestion
or constipation which will result even
tually in serious illness unloaB cor
rected. Digestion begins in the
mouth. Food should bc thoroughly
masticated and insalivated. . Then
when you huvc a fullness of the sto
mach or feel dull and stupid after eat
ing, take ono of Chamberlain's Tab
leta. Many severe cafton of stomach
' trouble and constipation have been
cured by tho uso ot those tunic ts. They
are easy to take und most agreeable In
effoct. Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
RECORD IN THE THAW CASE
Justice Holmes May Make a Decision
In a Kew Ray?.
Wauhlngton. Juno 2.-Tun record
of tho extradition proceedings for
Harry Kl Thaw before the federal
?district court in Now Hampshire to
day reached the supreme court. It ls
expected an application will be mudo
within u day or two to Justice Holmes
for Thaw's release ppnding pending
Can't Keep It Secret
The splendid work of Chamberlain's
Tablets ls daily becoming more wide
ly known. No such grand remedy for
Blom a eh and liver troubles has ever
buen known. For sale by Evans'
FOR THE SOUTH
Were Held Unreasonable By the
j Interstate Commission
(By Associated Press.)
L Washington? Jane 8.-Claas freight
rates iron Washington to points sooth
Including tl e- Carolina?, were held on
treasonable today by the Inter-state
co mm ere eommlsnlon.. It was decreed
that rt?'.es In that territory exceeded
*?c iggregate of thc Intermediate
- The proceedings were held open to
permit the railroads to make read
justments. Au application by th? roll,
roads to continue lower rates between
pastern points and Richmond than are
chargea to Washington wes denied. :
MANY MISTAKES MADE
tn Identifying the Head of the Ht.
/"fQuobec, Jbne 2.-The drat public
funeral of victims ot tho collision be
tween the steamer Empress of Ireland
and tho collier Storilad will bo hold
here tomorrow. when the bodies will
. "Mayor Napoleon Druin, aided by tho
Canadian Pacific official? and promi
nent men of the town, arranged for
the ceremony, which Will bo impos
ing. There .will be o public proces
sion beaded by thc royal .Canadian
garrison artillery band and detach
?,pS0nts frojn tlje warship Bese* and tbs
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Have You ???J ?|||
If so, whether going lo Lownd?sville or ??:M
Europe, be sure pf your trunk. It: will ?&?vM -
greatly to the pleasure of the traveling -to'?.-HP
be sure that your trunk will arrive at?-rJJi
iend of your journey in good condit
few of our prices:
Trunks, $1.25 to $25.00
Suit Cases, 98c to $12.50
Hand Bags, 60c to $12.50
THE BEE h
G. H. BAILES, Prop.
local military forces will be in Uno.
Tho schools will close and for a time
business will be suspended.
Tho numbed of disputes that h?vo
arlBcn ls a surprising feature of tho
Identification work. Zn one caso live
perrons contended for possession of'
one of the little girl victims with the
result that when the pier waB closed
last night the body-still was clussed as
So altered are ih*e features *?f the
dead that many mistakes are made.
A curious case was thst of Mrs.
Price, of Now Zealand, who has been
identified by her niece, Miss Town
send of New Zealand. Somowhat of
a dilemma was created when fifteen
or rlxtcen of the Empress crow' ar
rived on the scene and claimed the
body mt that of Miss Leder, formerly
stewardess of -thc steamer. While
tho seamen were Insistent In their
identifications, it was Miss Townsend.
Who won thc day un she wac positive
that the Jewelry warn by Mrs. Price
was known to her and she was hacked
up by Mr. Webber of the Canadian
Pacific railway, who know Mrs. Price
TO NA MK IN (?I IHV
Into the Responsibility For Last
- Montreal, June 1.-Now that the
first hurst of excitement and grief
over tho sinking of thc Canadian Pa
cific liner Em prom? of Ireland has par
tially spent itself, tho public, generally
ls settling down to await Ute result of
the governmental Inquiry .to fix the re
sponsibility for the disaster that re
sulted lu the loss ot nearly a thous
Hl TO ANY SHADE
Don't stay gray! Here's a Himple
recipe that anybody can apply
with a huir brush
The usc of Sage and Sulphur for
restoring faded, gray hair to Us nat
ural, color dates back to grandmoth
er's time. She usod ll to knep her
hair beautifully bark. glossy and.
abundant. Whenever her bair ?fell out
or took on that dull faded or streaked
appearance, this simple mixture was
applied with wonderful effect.
'But .brewing at home is mussy and
out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at
any drug ?tore for a 60-cont bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and ? SiUflhu:' Hair
Remedy," you will got this fpnw
recipe which can be doe-"? ' . - * ;J
restore natural coir-, r .? :o the
hair and ts spiced.ti tor dandruff, dry,
feverish, itchy scalp and falling hair.
A well known downtown druggist
says lt darkens tho hair so naturally
and evenly that nobody, can tell lt hos
boon, applied. You sirriply dampen a
sponge or ?oft brush with lt and draw
this through-your hal?, taking one
strand St a t?ne. . By-morning .the
gray bwr/--disappears, and .after an
other application or two, it becomes
beautifully dirk, glossy, sett, and
A^u.uflfwt, -p?v?p5 pf^fffi:tf$$?
and Uvas. A royal commlsalo
three wus appointed today .to. 1
gate, beginning Juke :?tb, ,the
ming and sending to tho hottom 1
St. Lawrence river early .Friqb?
lng of the EmbWBs of f?oiaaa?
! collier Storstad.
I mission of Inquiry; Captain ;.Li
?dominion wreck commission^'
continue the.?prpllmlnary.. '. jgg
Ition bec un today by taking tc?
I and assembling evidence for t
Tho owners .?i th? Slors?jjd 7*
1 fer a bond of $240,000 and ask t'
collier be released from arrest
$240.000 which ls based on tho
nnge of the collier, represents,.ac
lng to the contention of counsn
?maximum liability of tho Storsi. .
tho damage accruiyg to the Canadj
Shake Off Y our Rnenn*tft|
Now is tho time to get rid
rheumatism. Try a twenty-five ,c
bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment^1
rec how quickly your rheumatic pi
disappear.' Sold by Kvans' Pharnai
Heven Injured <;as: Expl?
Boston. June 1.-Two men were
ed and seven dangerously, injure;
an explosion of sewer gas in East ll
ton today. The explosion'
tn a sewerage pumping
demolished tho building. ^
Barr/d t??lTThe-toVfnr !
Palermon. Sicily, June ?/-A 1
at the eulpbur mines roached q cl
today when a"mob at Porter\Em?
ocle burned half the town, tore
railway track and cut ' telephone
telegraph wires. Troops -were\'4
patched to establish order.
' A tito' Over the Brink, y.
Rich wood, W. Va.. June*!?
Long, a child. was kilted,'
Ballard Haines .ead Mrs. -Sos
fatally Injured .when the
mobile went over a high embah!,
here today. Two other perso?M?
seriously hurt, ? ; ?
A n-HCr FitACE ISAdfjVgH
New York,. Juno 2.-Ml*sr2
Dorman, secretary of the Wo
lng Antl-Suffvs/p League, wt
-Sunday Montana to take
thc r.;m?>algq against voir
. mere thisjsujnmer, **?
ty of opposition-' i TOM
fragettes who plan to aiart
on hor trail.' Mise Ida;Ora
the title of f^olomf'^U
Miss (Qcneral) Rosalie J<
hikes to Albany af^T
Start (or Mentana on,'
.(ones lefr ror the wi
.?danned.-tp Stop, ot,