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GASCARETS WORK Ip WHILE YOU SLEEP ••Its, Calomel and Cathartic PI Ila art violent—they act on bowels as pepper acts in nostrils. Take a Cascaret tonight and thor oughly cleanse your Liver, Stomach and Bowels, and ?ou will surely feel great by morning. You men and women who have headache, coated tongue, can’t sleep, are bilious, nerv ous and upset, bothered with a sick, gaasy. disordered stomach, or have backache and feel all worn out.. Are you keeping cteau Inside with Cases rets —or merely forcing a pass ageway every few days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? This is Important Cascarets Immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry off the de composed waste matter and poison from the Intestines and bowels. Remember, a Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by morning. A lu cent box from your druggist means a clfar head and cheerfulness for months. Don’t forget the children. LOVE-SICK ITALilll PAS PROBABLY DROWNED SELF ——— Antonio Lazzeri Disappears, Leaving Note Saying He Will Jump Into River I ♦ Broken hearted over a love affair. E tc the extent that he saw no further use of tarrying on this terrestrial sphere. Antonio Lazzeri, butcher, 27 vears old and living at No. 6H9 Rivard- AfcTOfclO I. YZZF.RI st„ was still polite, and wishing to cause his friends no unnecessary trouble, arranged the details of his melancholy end with careful attention. I.azseri first wrote a note to his chum, Antonio Harbenno. who roomed with him in the home of Luigi Stator elle, No. UG9 Rivanl-st.. making pro fuse apologies for committing suicide, end hoping that it would not incon venience his friends too much. Lazerri had roomed for six months In the Statorelle home, and worked iti Statorelle’s butcher shop, so he re frained from mussing up the premises when he shuffled off # According to his polite note to Barbenno, he contem plated throwing himself into the bosom 't.f the broad river, and he left full di rections as to the later obsequies, to be performed by his friends—always provided that it would not be too much trouble. “I have had a quarrel with my sweet heart,” the note read, "and I write these lew lines to tell you that I in tend to do away with myself. Give my regards to all of my friends, and apologize to them, for me, for what I pm about to do. Detective Emmanuel Rcggers Is my fellow member of the Lombardi club, and if it is not too much trouble for him. I would like to have him take charge of my body when it is found, and also settle up my affairs. “Bidding you all an affectionate farewell, and again begging you to ex cuse me, I am, Antonio Lazzeri.” Lazzeri s disastrous love affair was 1 a shock to his friends, as none of them knew anything of It. He disap peared from home on Sunday, and the letter, postmarked Monday afternoon, arrived Tuesday. It was turned over to Detectives Roggers and Crowe by Barbenno. KII.MCD HV Tlt AIX. ALPENA, Mich., May 2—John Mur iray. 70, died this noon from Injurl. n sustained when he whs struck by u awttcli trnln at the Huron J'oitUnU Cement company’s plant two hours previously. NEW ENGLAND WES / ) \ 'f B * ' If- 1 \ u ry^K^ I i. wr likeMaMakes' L i Fresh Every Day Sold Everywhere Make Your Grocer Supply You. NEW ENGLAND PIE COMPANY ftk. Main 4007, City 5648. BAY CITY m CONTINUES FIGHT ON LAWLESSJALOONS Insists Dives Must Go Before He Will Budge From His Posi tion On Question POLICE STILL ON WATCH AND WHOLE TOWN IS DRY “Aldermen Must Adopt List Which Excludes Undesir ables/’ Says Woodruff BAY CITY, Mich., May 2.—City At torney Auneke hied an opinion, con curred in by Prosecuting Attorney Hitchcock, with Recorder Grant this morning to the effect that the mayor has no right to veto the action of the council in approving the bonds of 120 saloonkeepers Monday night. The authority for the opiuion is the ruling of the attorney-general which the city attorney secured yesterday at Lansing. The advice of the prosecut ing attorney is given, because the sit uation affects the county's reveuue. On the strength of the opinion a number of saloouists this morning made a demand on the recorder to fur nish them with certificates showing tiiat bonds had been approved. This she recorder declined to do and sought private legal advice. The saloonists are now contemplat ing mandamus proceedings against the recorder. The town is still dry today. Mayor Woodruff declares under no circum stances will he recede from his posi tion that certain disorderly places must go. ‘if the aldermen are sincere.” he said this morning, "let them adopt the list excluding the undesirables. It Is hardly fair to the decent element to have them suffer on account of the others.” From present indications there will be no compromise before Monday and unless court action makes a difference the drouth will continue. TEDDY IS POPULAR DOG NAME IN DETROIT If the number of dogs named after the “Man on Horseback” can be taken as any indication of popularity. “Ted dy” is certainly strong in Detroit, In spite of the sentiments expressed by certain representative citizens in con vention assembled. About one out of every four dogs for which the owners have been planking down 41.10 license fees in endless pro cession at police headquarters, answer to the ns me of “Teddy” according to the owners. The licenses are due on the first of May. and License Clerks Rothstein and Cariuody are rushed to death by the demand for leases of life for their canines. v HIIKtkS ARS ( HAXKIXC Al'TO. ALPENA. Mich. May 2—While cranking an automohlle yesterday Mrs. George If. Holmes sustained -*wo frac tures of the right arm. 'lafTr F. Q. LAFER, Propr. Phone M. 6391—City 1886. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY 1 lb, Rumford’s Bakina Powder, 16c 5 Lbs. BEST GRAN. SUGAR 25c Your choice of the above with orders for $1 or more. WHY PAY HIGH PRICES FOR BUTTER? TRY “The Perfect Spread for Daily Bread" Churned Rolls at 22c & 25c Lb. churned expressly for us, sold only at our store and guaranteed to be satisfactory in every respect or money refunded. TEAS and COFEEES Every grade and kind is represented in our stock. Remember, we purchase in car-load quantities for cash, do our own roasting and blending, and can save you money. OUR 25c TEAS sell for 35c elsewhere. OUR 35c TEAS sell for 50c elsewhere. OUR »0c TEAS sell for 60c elsewhere. OUR 60c TEAS tell for 80c to 91 el.ewher*. HEADQUARTERS FOR CANNED COODS AND DRIED FRUITS Let us know your wants; our stock Is large, goods are of the best and our prices can not be beat; no other store In the city is In the position to serve you as welt as we can In this respect. 9 CADILLAC SQUARE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JUROR GETSINTO M3 COURi; LISTENS TO USE Blissfully Ignorant of Error Till Search Is Made From Room Where He Belongs A curious mix-up of circuit cou't Jurors caused considerable confusion, Thursday morning, and for a time threateend to cause a mis-trial of two <ases which had been in progress since Wedneedav afternoon. On trial in Judge Van Zile s court was the case of Alfred E. ingersoll. who lost three fingers in a Wyandot.o lfcctory, and who was suing the red eral Casualty Cos. In progress in Judge Hosmer's court was the case ot Frank LeFleur. who lost three fingers while working for the Michigan Alkali to., another Wyandotte concern. One of the jurors selected in Judge Hosniei f court was James Mcßride, of No. 892 Sixteenth-st.. anew juror who came In with the May panel. Entering the county building Thursday morning, hd lest his way, entered Judge Van Zile s court ami walked up to the Jury box ar.d took a seat. The case was like that on which he had been drawn that he didn't discover his error, ani rone of the lawyers noticed that there was a stianger in the box. In the meantime Judge Hosmer's court was held up waiting the arrivul of Juror Mcßride. When he had not appeared at 10 o’clock it was decided to go on with 11 jurors. Later In the morning Mcßriile’s presence in the Jury oox In Judge Van Zile i court wiu Uiscovered and the case was halted. The juror who had been drawn in the case, when he found his seat taken, supposed he had been dismissed for some reason and took a seat among the spectators. From there he heard the testimony, and when Mr. Mcßride was removed took his proper place and the trial proceeded. Mr. Mcßride ex p’ained that he had never been In the countv building before. The cour*. recognized that he had make n mis take. and he was retained on the panel. Salllag V easel Hits Hattleablp. LONDON. May 2.—The reserve bat tleship Empress of Irulla was rammed by a German sailing vessel oft riplt head today while being towed to a new berth by the cruiser Warrior. The warship had a hole stove In her side above the water line and the sailing craft lost her headgear and foretop mast. DRU I*3 UKAO l\ HOME. BAO IN-A XV. Mich, May 2. —Mrs. Ma tilda Peck, wife of a policeman, sat down to rest yesterday, and a few min utes later toppled to the floor dead. She had been housecleaning and It >s believed overtaxed her strength. bhe leaves two young children. Good and True Safe and reliable—for regula ting the bowels, stimulating the liver, toning the stomach—the most famous and most approved family remedy is BEECHAM’S PILLS SsU sssrywhsra la bw« 10c-. 25a. 1 Vwl GILT EDGE COFFEE, .TOc would cost you 40c elsewhere. LAKESIDE COFFEE, 25c would cost you 35c elsewhere. OUR JERSEY BRAND, 20c makes an excellent drink. OUR SPECIAL BRAND, 18c 3 lb,, for 80c. TH'E DETROIT TIMES: FRIDAY, MAY 3. 1912. BROS. Wholesale and Retail. Goods Sent C. O. D. CHANGES IN XVEATHER START TROUBLE Spring weather. with Its sudden changes, its cold. raw. damp winds. Is lad for rheumatic sufferers. It starts the aches and pains, the twinges and tertures. But every rheumatic suffer er must remember thst the weather is not the cause of the rheumatism. 1? merely arouses the slumbering rheu matic poison apd the poison is in the Liood. The only way to reach the trouble and cure It Is through the blood. Lini ments. oils and other external applica tions may relieve the pain temporarily hut to cure rheumatism—really cure it. so that it will stay cured, the pois on must be driven from the system. Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills do this. They enable the blo-J to absorb ox*- Mil, the oxygon changes the rheumatic I oisou chemically so that It Is excret ed from the body through the skin. Lowels and kidneys. At the same tlmo tbe blood which always becomes thin in an attack of rheumatism is built up and the system is guarded against an other attack. As long as the blood i» Kept rich and red there is no danger of rheumatism. t Mrs. Kitty Farwell. whose address is R. P. D. No. 3. Thorndike. Me , and who owes her complete cure from rheumatism to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, says: About ten years ago 1 was left in a weak condition after a severe attack of typhoid fever. From that time I was a constant sufferer from rheumatism. There were severe pains in my knee joints and fingers and I was so crip pled that I could hardly move around. For a long time I could not do my work. My stomach bothered me con stantly and 1 took so much soda that It was in very bad shape. Everything I ate turned sour and gave me muen distress and pain. The gas. which formed, made me short of breath and dizzy. My head ached continually and I could never find any relief. I whs frequently confined to bed for a day or so during my entire illness. I ios* In weight from 185 to 150 pounds. "The doctor's medicine did not seem to do me a bit of good. I then tried BETTER wheat than goes into Henkel’s Bread Flour and V’elvet Pastry Flour does not grow in this country. If your grocer asks one cent more a sack for any flour, than for Henkel’s Bread Flour, de mand Henkel’s. You can have the best and cheapest food the worud knows. Just think of the good things at little cost, that you can make from HENKEL’S SE VELVET PASTRY FLOUR BREAD FLOUR, Jr.** . - ftJss9fir \3r In V"”] _ IJPSN; x . XJ, Our Soda jf \/ r-*raP Fountain EO y * Dept. H V/ «g«*»T 100 Frf»fc IMaenpple 1 A p I JUj / Saadae lu u M / W liolr 1 k««rry 4A n ■ r \ 1 / M dWU B n \ Waplr \at Xuadae. 1 Ha ■ M Bf |H lurae " •111 9 LavrrM* Delight IRg / Fine Confectionery Nifty assorted chorolates, regular 40c value. Special for Saturday and Sunday, 2,>c the »b. boa. Johnston’s. Apollo. Reputation, Morse s. Lowney’s and Dolly Varden’a Assorted Chocolates in 1 and 2*lb boxes. Always fresh. t Special for Saturday, Maple Marsh -5 mallow, JQc box * different remedies without any benefit. 1 had been sick for eLght years and had given up hope of Kettintt well, but heard aud red as much about Dr. Wil liams Pink Pills for Pale People that I decided to try them. They seemed tc be Just the thiuit for me for I gsin ml In flesh and appetite. I continued with the pills uutll cured. 1 can now do a hard day's work without effor*. I can hardly express my thanks for the benefit 1 have received from Dr. Wil liams Pink Pills for Pale People.*’ If you awake In the inorniug to And ii Joint stiff and that moving It causes r. sharp tinge of pain, that Is rheuma tism Perhaps with the use of th*» limb the paiu I nfhe Joint will disap pear. but it will come back and prob ably spread to other Joints. If the pain la in the muscles so thai It is torture to go about your daily work, that is muscular rheumatism This form does not disappear with ex ercise. if the tender membranes surround ing the joints are Inflamed and the sur faces red, angry and swollen, that inflammatory rheumatism. The one great symptom of hreuma tism is pain, the one great danger t» life is that it may attack the hea't, the one cause is rheumatic poison tti the blood, the one great remedy is Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills. These pills have cured so many esses of rheumailsm. so many forms of the disease, at every stage from a simple twinge to a body crippled and distorted with pain, that it is folly for any sufferer to go another day without giving them a trial. The benefit starts with the first dose for when you build up and oxldlie tho blood you are assisting the forces of nature to combat the disease. Our free book. ’Building Up the Blood.’ tells more about rheumatism, and how tc treat it and contains proof of cures in stubborn cases. Send for it today. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all druggists, or will be sent by mail, postpaid, receipt of price. 50 cents tht box- six boxes for $2.50. by the w Williams Medicine Cos.. Schenectady, N. Y. BUY YOUR GUM BY THE BOX WWrigley’a Spearmint, Yucatan, Beeman’a Pepsin, Sen Sen, Black Jack, Ejflkt v ssc the Box inßww 3 pk^s for 10c A PLEASANT PLAGE TO SHOP Where Jefferson and Myrtle cars intersect with Michigan, Mack, Baker, Sherman and * Trumbull, COR. MICHIGAN AND GRISWOLD. Where the watchword has always I been QUALITY, where Cut-Rate Prices prevail on all standardized articles, and where Drugs, Sundries, Confections, Soda Fountain Drinks and Cigars arc v not substituted. A further cut in prices for SATI RDAY and .MON DA x :■ 50c 9Q n Listertne *i o- Rlln ivruna OZFtJ ll.o‘. Pinaud’s CC. Kuu dt* Quinine I'm- Mermen's . 4 4 A Talcum Powder ■ ■al esc 50c (loan'* n a. • Kidney Pill?* J 4 *® Special Sale of TOILET PREPARATIONS, SUNDRIES SATURDAY AND MONDAY 75c Bristle AA n Hair Brushes •...**“** 10c Fibre Hi nd Scrubs OU 35« Prcph vlactie Ag. Tooth Brushes mOW 25c Sun Toy 4 Set Talcum Powder ■ aNia 25c I timer's 4 Almond Meal ■ 76c Pure Cold Cream, a Q|, pound cans..., no® 690 Swift Specific 1175 07 Swift,. Specific... 4* I ■ 11.00 Pierce's Favorite Prescription** mw |1 00 V D. T>. , RQ g Lcsema Cure.. ••• II 00 ftfiil I>underine. 50c QAn Dnnderlne Kx-Zoma-Fo. a scientific and efficacious remedy 4 CIO f.,r cci.« ma ■aW 10c Palm Olive Soap. cake m • 16c Imported Spanish Castile Soap, 3 for 25c, Qa per cake 25c Cutlcura Soap. 4 741 cake ■ • u 35c KUen Clarlse Bouquet Toilet Soap. lAa 3 for 25c. per cake... a wr w 10c Physician and 7 Surgeon's Soap. cake. ■ U CIGAR SPECIALS for SATURDAY A MONDAY MARCA ROYAL CIOAR. Cigars made by apprentices makes it possible to sell these y high-grade cigars at u 10 for 25^ ft Box of 100, $1.98. ■ \ FIRST CONSUL 15c size lie* fT 10 for SI.OO WILLIAMS’ i TOMATO CATSUP 10c 15c 25c 6ur Catsup la made In the Michigan fields where the Tomatpea grow. This fastens tba flavor which makes our Catsup unequalled. Do you really care Insist on Good what you Eat and things to Eat made how it is Made? "Williams V5/ay" High-Grade Food Products. The Williams Bros. Cos., of Detroit WILLIAMS SQUARE. “Pick the Pickle From Michigan.” —— COMING SOON—SUMMER AND ——■ Queen Anne Free Excursions D A£ r ** 808-LO" and PUT-IN-BAY In summer enjoy FREE Detroit’s most popular outlnga. All the yaar enjoy using Detroit’s famous “Three Queens” and sav» Heads from wrap pers for excursions and valuable premiums. QUEEN ANNE SOAP, the old reliable, the beat soap on earth. QUEEN ANNE BCOURER, the big can. Cleans, scours, polishes. Works quick. QUEEN ANNE SOAP POWDER, the dry. condensed kind. Take# one-third lest to do the work. Save all above Heads. Also conpooa from Fould’s Macaroni, Spaghetti, etc., good for premiums and excursions. Full Information at QUEEN ANNE PREMIUM STORE, 77 Woodward Ave. Th* expensive ana antniastsa -ystem of over-sollcltlng piano ouii i«m wlia “acant*** or “■oHoUort,’* oonatltutaj tba largest Itam of expense which hat to ba charged to the buyer. This la our claim for saving you SIOO on the coat of hlgh-grado pianos We have no asenta Nothing but tba bast In escb grade at tba LING PIANO HOUSE The Oldest fl LIBRARY-AVB., CORNER GRAND RJVER-AVE. BAST. (New Kins building). Job Printing? Done Rl«h‘. Ttmea Printing Cos.. 15 John R.-»t ' SPECIAL HOUR SALE SATURDAY MORNINC FROM ® TO IS SPECIAL SALE OF PATENT MEDICINES SATURDAY AND MONDAY SPECIAL SOAP SALE FOR TWO DAYS SATURDAY AND MONDAY KINSEL 25c Carter's Little 4 4 fl Liver Pills ■ «»U 100 Quinine Pills, 4 ■ 10c Harlem Ra Oil 10c White & White R n Headache Powders.. »*** 25c Sanltol * 4So ('old Cream 50c Hem pro QQa Glovlne 25c Holmes' 9«_ Frostella ■ 35c Violet Witch Hazel OKaa or Ammonia ™aNNS FHF.K —With every tube of Ellen Clarlse Tooth Paste at 25c; a sanitary toothbrush holder. 25c Bet chain's 4C A Pills ■ 50c Foley's AAa Kidney Pills 50c Parisian OOa Sage *»^® 35c Edwards* Liver AE A Regulators ® 35c Hunyadi 9Ag\ Janos Water.. ““O 11.00 Cutlcura 71%m Resolvent ■ 25c Carhona 4 7 A Cleaning Fluid ® ■ ” 50c on. Cnscaietts %9WW9 100 Ivory Soap. 7m 3 for 20c; cake ■ ® 5 % 1 7r. 80,p - 100 10c Flash Hand 7® Soap. can...... Arcadia Toilet Soap, regular 35c value. 4 flrt 3 cakes for ■ 25c 4711 Transparent Hose Glycerine Soap. Q7 A cake 13c, box w I W EL CARLIN CIGARS. 5c Straight Value, 6 for 25£ Box Price, 84£ LA AZORA CIGAR 3 for 25c size, 6C HENRY THE FOURTH 15c size IOC WEDDING INVITATIONS,., AJVNOtTN CEMENTS AND AT4IOIIB CARDS, PRINTED OR ENGRAVED. ; Times Printing Cos.; Kakera of PRINTING OP et'iUTT. IS Joba R.-OS. Detroit, HleA 1 25c Tlz. for tender feet 10c Liquid Cn C< urt Plaster a, APAF 75c Pompeian AMn Massugc Cr»*am.,...“wV 50c Pompeian QCa .Mar sage Cream 75c Jlckey Perfume, CQ. genuine, or. ** 75c Sail Toy AQ. Toilet Water ‘♦Wisl 25c Johnson's NA A | Shaving Crt*am fcWU 25c Williams’ Alpine 4 M A ' Rose Toilet Water... ■ ww;| 50c Posonna’s QQa i Face Powder 50c Hinds' Honey Q7g| and Almond ('ream.. " ■ 25c Squibb’s 1 741 Talcum Powder ■ ■ 1# 25c 1 Qn Cascaretts ■ w w <2 Himalaya Cl 7R Asthma RemedyANj 25c Nature's 4(| A Remedy Tablet I 91.00 Scott's Santal fUSa* Pepsin Capsules "OU 50c Minna QQn Dyspepsia Ta»)lets... uIFU 25c Palmer's Skin- 4A a i Success Ointment.... iwC 26c Dr. Wilson's 4Q n Anil-Pain Tablets... ■ 50c Tfoan’s A Ointment , “"®: 25c Woodbury's Facial 4 m _ Soap, cuke I‘fO l 25c Pucker's Tar sn , Soap, cake luO 10c Hupolio, hand or A. scouring, cake OO 15c Castile Soap, gasr pound bar* J»c. 3 foi fcO® 10c Jap Rose, "9**. coke i O 25c Roger * Gullett Violet or Lilac Soap, a cake lo® BRINGO. The new 5c Cigar. Special Drive. Box of 25, 58<S FIRST CONSUL 3 for 25c size, 6C Any 25c pipe in the house 18c.