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norTpnu.ttUi uilLl "U15KALL), hKlUA t TOVIfSER 12., 1915.
n t EL G, AECOCIC JIMffS Is E armed. oooo Saved if " ' i V hi gSJ(Q) Aii t i I tell you 1 can sell you a suit lower than the other fellow can buj the cloth. I don't ask you to buy, but, "I ASK YOU TO LOOK." November is considered a busy month. I am after it with hammer aid tongs to make it one of the busiest No vembers that I lave had. I have gone through my en tire stock and adjusted prices. All suitings that former ly sold for $15, $18 and $20, will be placed on sale UNCALLED FOR Suits or Overcoats $8.00 . . 1 . .50- This means exactly what it says, and carries no restriction reservation. Included are plain worsteds, serges, clays, thibets and unfinished blacks "For Fall." OVER 500 DIFFERENT PATTERNS TO SELECT FROM All orders taken from now to Nov. 20th will be ready for Thanksgiving Day 394 JlOBM Maimi Sttrcett Mew Britain KITCHENER ATTACK i MADE IN COMMONS Lynch Criticises Leaders of Brit- i ish Warfare London, Nov. .11. Col. Arthur Lynch vigorously attacked both Lord Kitchener and Field Marshal Sir John French in the House of Commons to night, sayings ' "Lord Kitchener blundered in not moving to the defense of Liege, again cn the v question of munitions and once again in Serbia. The blunder in the Dardanelles ... was at least . the .Glass of Hot Water Before Breakfast a Splendid Habit 6pen sluices of the system each ; morning and wash away the poisonous, stagnant matter. Those of us who are accustomed to feel dull and heavy when we arise; solittine headache, stuffv from a cold ioji! tongue, nasty oreatn, acia stomach, lame back, can, Instead, both look and feel as fresh as a daisy always by washing the poisons and toxins from the body with phosphated hot water each morning. -.We should drink, before breakfast, a glass of real hot water with a tea spoonful of limestone phosphate In lt,to flush from the stomach, liver, kidneys and ten yards of bowels the rrevious day's indigestible waste, sour bile and poisonous toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening , and purifying The entire alimentary tract before put ting more food into the stomach. The. action of limestone, phosphate and hot water on an empty stomach Is wonderfully invigorating. It cleans Cut all the sour fermentations, gases, wtpte and acidity and gives one a splendid appetite for breakfast and 1Mb said to be but a little while until the roses begin to appear in the cheekB. A quarter pound of limestone Phosnhatft will cost very little at tm drug store, but Is sufficient, , to make Wnvone who is bothered with billnna- yiess, constipation, stomach trouble or Trngumatlsm a real enthusiast on the jfcuEJect of Internal sanitation. Try ana you are Assured that you will look better, and ,feel, better, Jn v every, w4y shortly. blunderof a man (Churchill) who meant ty do something. "The Wr is being conducted with signal incompetence - and unless there is a chaage the country is moving straight m disaster. "I woujl sweep away 70 per cent, of trie hither British command, be ginning with Field Marshal French, who has been in command fifteen months ar,d has made no progress. "In the I last offensive the allies broke throigh the German lines, but in the superior command decision was wanting to take full advantage cf the moral victory. 'The Govtrnmeint has no plan of campaign. The idea of a successful war of attrition is absurd. . The war must be woi in the field. The men are good and; munitions are there. It is leadership- and direction that are lacking." Lynch Convicted of Treason. Lynch commanded the Second Irish Brigade on the Boer side in the South African War, fti which Kitchener was Lord Robert's! Chief Lieutenant, and French won fame as a cavalry com-v mander. Afterl the Boers were con quered Lynch vas convicted in Eng land of high treason and condemned to death, whlci sentence was com muted to penal iervttude for life. But be remained in' France and Russia until in 1904 he was released on license. Three yars later he received a free pardon from the Crown. He was a Member of Parliament for Gal way when he was sentenced as a traitor and two years after being pardoned was elected for West Clare. Mr. Joynson-Hicks found serious fault with the naval air service, .vhich provoked Me. Balfour to reply: "We are building a not inconsider able number of lighter than air craft at the moment, largely for scouting. The question of lighter than air and heavier than air craft is still unde cided. Many persons think Germany chose wrongly in choosing Zeppelins. "The largest part of the defense of London must be a coast defense, and as we get more of tbe appliance for this purpose, we shall more nearly succeed in achieving' it. At present the Admiralty are limited by their means of defense, but' they are mak ing guns as fast as they can. Just as they are making aeroplanes and de veloping pilots as fast as they can. The anti-aircraft defenses are im proving daily. They are becoming more formidable, and will be much more formidable than they are at present. Men Are Short. "The service is being constantly pulled up by the shortage of men, and no fairly waving of wands can put that right. "The aeroplane has not yet the range to enable it to proceed from these shores and become a menace. The enemy Zeppelins which attack England come from North' Germany which it is not easy for British air craft to attack." Of the charges of blundering in the operations, Mr- BaJfour, said: "I have no doubt there is much talent in the country which is not finding Its besrb operation, nor do I think that every man in high command is the very best man that omniscience could discover, but nothing could be gain ed by such a speech as Mr. Lynch has delivered." New War Committee, Britain's new war committee of the cabinet during Lord Kitchener's absence will consist of Prime Min ister Asquith, First Lord of the Ad miralty Balfour, Minister of Mu nitions Lloyd George, Colonial Sec I retary Bonar Law and Chancellor of the Exechequer McKenna- To make the matter quite cl fcir, Mr. Asquith stated in the Commons that Lord Kitchener has never ten dered his resignation as Secretary of State for War to either the king or to the prime minister. Britain Will Find the Money. When the House of Lords resumed this evening . discussion of the need of more rigid economy, Lord St. Aldwyn (Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, ) I who was chancellor of the exche ' quer in Lord Salisbury's Cabinets of j 1885-86 and 1895-1902, declared: "Whatever the financial require ments are, they will be met, I be lieve the courftry will find the money and that there is no reason for faint heartedness in these matters, giving the foes1 of the nation cause ' to rejoice. But the government is bound to exercise, far more than it has yet exercised, the means of econ omizing at its disposal. I protested against delay in raising new taxa tion for the war. Large as the in- i ' creases which have been made, they are not large enough, especially in regard to indirect taxation " In closing the debate Lord Sel borne said: "It is impossible to con trol the finances of the War office at the present time in the sense sug gested without interfering with the policy of the Minister for War. When ' we take a man like Lord Kitchener j at a crisis and place him in charge I of the war office we must leave him I into his own work in his own way " J Lord Peel amended his motion to ! read that "it is the duty of the gov- ernment to exercise effective super i vision and control of naval and mil itary expenditures." This was agreed , to. Doctor Wants Rheuma Formula An Old-time Patient Claims Great Benefit From Its Use. The following is cliooed ! medical journal of May, 1914, page itj tname on request): "An old-time patient of mine just informed me that he treated with a number of physic ians and patent medicines for rheu matism for the past two years with out obtaining mueh relief until taking a preparation called 'Rheuma', and after taking two or three bottles he claims almost a complete cure. Can you tell me what the formula is? T A. M., M. D., Missouri." Rheuma is manufactured only by the Rheuma Co., Buffalo, N. Y., and is esold by The Clark & Brainerd Co., and all druggists. Cases like the above are numerous, for many users of this great remedy ! for rheumatism find it reaches the disease through the blood, kidneys and bowels, and cleanses the system of the poisonous uric acid sediment. For chronic constipation, sour stom ach, lazy liver or foul breath use Rhe Lax. Heals and cleanses the bowels. Sold by all druggists. OLD FOLKS NEED "CASCARETS" FOR LIVER, BOWELS Salts, Calomel, Pills act. on Bowels like Pepper Acts In Nostrils. Enjoy Life! Don't Stay Bilious, Sick, Headachy and Constipated. Most old people must give to the bowels some regular help, else they suffer fron constipation. The con dition is perfectly natural. It is Just as- natural as it is for old people to walk slowly. For age is never so active as youth. The muscles are less clastic. And the bowels are muscles. So all old people need Cascarets. One might as well refuse to aid weak eyes with glasses as to neglect this gentle aid to weak bowels. The bowels must be kept active. This is important at all ages, but never so such as at fifty. Age is not a time for harsh physics. Youth may occasionally whip the bowels into activity. But a lash can't be used every day. What the bowels of the old need is a gentle and natural tonic. One that can be con stantly used without harm. The only such tonic as Cascarets, and they co3t only 10 cents per box at any drug store; Absolute C losing Out Sale Our Entire Stoct of Ootiig' ail FwisMig Goods;; RETIRING FROM BUSINESS RETIRING FROM BUSINESS Clean, Fresh Stock off FsiM anM Winter Goods at Wholesale Prices. Am QiDDorlminLitty Never Ofiferedl Beflore. II Call Early, Make Your Own Selection, and If You Wish, We Will Hold the Goods for You SALE NOW IN PROGRESS Eo Go Bafccodk l 177: , Main St Events Tonight READY FOR TABS' FAIR, 'In Old Kentucky," Lyceum thea ter. "Carmen," Fox's theater. Moving pictures and vaudeville, Keeney's theater. Jm D. Penfleld Camp, S. of V., meets in G. A. R. hall. Finance board meeting, City hall. T. A. B. fair, Hanna's Armory. CONCERT PROGRAM. Traup Quartet of Boston to Play at Grammar School Hall. This season's first entertainment to be given under the auspices of the United Parents and Teachers as sociation will take place Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Gram mar school hall when the Traup Concert Quartet will play. The mem bers of this quartet are members of the Boston Symphony orchestra. The arranged is as follows: William Traup, 1st violin Walter Blumenan, Viola Maurice Grunberg, 2nd violin .... .... y, . . Emil Folgamann, Cello Quart ejy (a) Andante Spohr (b) Canzonetta .... Mendelssohn 'Cello Soli (a) Melody Gluck (b) Veil dance Goldmark Quartet (a) Folksong Komzuk (b) Fairy tale Komzak (c) Adagiebto Bizet (d) Scherzo Cherubim Violin Soli (a) Meditation (Thais) . Massenet (b) Canzonetta Godard Quartet Quartette No. 30; Allegro; Largo assai; Menuetto, Trio; Allegro con brio Haydn Tickets may be secured from pu pils in the various schools. While Ribboners Make Plans for Big Event Minstrels Tonight. After many months of preparation by an enthusiastic committee, the annual fair of the Y. M. T. A. & B. society will open this evening in Hanna's armory and it Is expected that the largest crowd that ever at tended an opening night of a fair will be in attendance. Prior to the open ing the drum corps of the society and that of St. Paul's society of Kensing ton will give a short street parade. Addresses will be given by President William J. Kerin and Chaplain J. T. Winters. The hall has been con verted into' an auditorium of grandeur by the skillful hands of the decora tors, who haveused a color scheme of pink and white for the walls and ceilings and green and white for the booths. The entertainment will be fur nished by the Boys' Minstrels of St Joseph's church. B. F. Gaffney, 2d, will act as interlocutor and the fol lowing is the program: Opening chorus, "Chinky Chinatown;" solo, "June," D. Mahoney, Jr.; end song, "I Guess I'll Soon be Back in Dixie land," Peter Patrus; solo, "My Home in Ireland," Frank McGulre; end song, 'I:m Going Back to My Caroline," Edward Kllduff; solo, "A Little Bit of Heaven," Joseph Richardson; end song. "Make That Engine Stop at Louisville," Dewey Richardson; solo, "If We Can't Be the Same Old Sweet hearts," John McCormack; end song, "Every Morning I Hear Them Say, Good Night," W. Kllduff; solo, "Promise Me." J. L. Thompson: en song, "Reuben Rag," Edward Mur phy; solo, "Sweet Adair," James Mc Cormack; end song, "The Alabama Jubilee," George Campbell; solo, "The Grand Army Man," Edward Mahoney, Sr., assisted by Edward Mahone'y, Jr.; closing chorus, "William Tell," entire , company. ; . Mrs. Cooler will make their hom' 67 Lincoln street. ?A a I W.W REFUSE OPHlATIOi Tells How She Wai SaVc by Taking Lydia . Pin! ham's Vegetable , Compound. ' it 4 ' 'i Judge J. T. Mesklll has awarded judgment of $80 and costs in favor of Peter Lanza against Steve Maschof sky. The plaintiff was represented by Lawyer M. D. Saxe and the defen dant by Lawyer J. G. Woods. DOCTOR WEDS OX DECEMBER 20. Announcement is made of the ap proaching wedding of Dr. Clifton M. Cooley and Miss Ethel Stone on December 20. The wedding will be a brilliant affair. Rev. Dr. Q. W. C. Hill will officiate and following -the ceremony there will be a reception at ihe home, of the bride, 51 Walnut street. -After a wedding trip Dr. aad Louisville, Ky-,4I thix&if raorW ferine women wduld take Lydla 1 iii ii, ii. .mi .in. him i ii i I) Ipi-I,!.. - Xr..l bl Compound the i would enjoy bett i health. I viZtxt from ft ftmale trc; lihld an1 iVtM AiflrJ decided I had tumorous grow t and would hare J be operated but I refuted ftf I mot beliere in Hons. I had fainting spells, b and could hardly stand the pain ia z left side. My husband insisted that try Lydia E. Pinkham's Veffetabl Compound, and I am eo thankful I did for I am now a well woman. I h better, do all my housework and t&k lone walks. I never fail to praise LyI E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound fo;. my good health. "Mrs. J. M. ResCT 1900 West Broadway, Louisville, K.y. Since we guarantee that all testis - l f . v e - mais wmcn we puousn are gvrouna, u i; not fair to suppose that if LycUvEi . . . . t . a a t : . ) jringnam s vegetaoie ixmipouna nas tst virtue to help these women It wifl Jhdr any other woman who Is suffering la t like manner? . - k ? f If you are 111 do not drag along until an operation Is necessary, but at once take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Write to Lydla E. Pinkham Medicine Co., (confidential) Lynn,' Mass. Tour letter wil be opened! reaa ana answered, by a wom&a and held in strict confidence