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I THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY APRIL 10 1905
will be dispatched d i51m tc h ed in June Ju n C to tu turn rn the tl1
I flc acy scales 8calesJn In the t tJiestruggle e struggle for naval suprem ¬ I I8calesJn
Criticisms of o the fleet in St Petersbur Petersburg g
c hiefly hle Ylnmen lament t the he variety vnrlet in the types Ivp type
of vessels composing it the different dtrC rent
rates tnt s of speed and also that the yes vcs ¬
gels selgare are overmanned o crmlnnedand and supplied to an
extent that ncreasrs I1 reaSfs their veightu10 ehltt 10
per cent c n abbve nb abothe1r v thetf thelr ont displ dtSpltct l Lce
ment mentbI1e wWle Mhoy 4h h y c catr rey 1r fipni fio om 50 ljI OI JA i 0
per perceit cetft cer tmOr more znor ctofil 9 lt1illh than th thej thewcreqn wefecqn cre Qn
itructed f for 1o or i 7
llc Hope cke in theTfavjTi theT vy
The Standards StandardsSt St Petersburg corre correIIPond ¬
spondent IIPond ent says Adtd Adrfciral rat Rogestveriskys RogestetiSIYS S I
undisturbed passage of the Strait Str it of
Malacca is almost welcomed as an au
irury of success SUC 3S The Russian Russl n imagina ¬
tion tlonis is beginning to be stirred
The people peoploar arc evidently pleased plca > e1 by
the thespir1t spirit shown by b the navy at at this
eleventh hour lourlIan iour Man Many y r hope that tho
chances of war will favor fav < r the fleet
Cthers are proud of Admiral 6 dmlral Rogest
renskys ens s effort believing that an UL un ¬
successful Icc ssful battle will be more m re honorable
than lurking under shore shoreb shor batteries tterlcs
Everybody Ee bod is impressed imprcssedwlth with the idea
that the question of peace or war has
been b en transf transferred rred from TsarskoeSelo to
Far Eastern Eastenwnt waters S A decisive success
at sea would wouJdimmedlatel immediately change the
fece of the war but the th loss l ss of the th
fleet would undoubtedly be followed by
anoverwhelming insistence upon peace
With Hope HopdaIld Bop and Apprehension
Russia Awaits A w its Results
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ST PETERSBURG April 10 10Tele Tele ¬
grams received here from various parts
of the country show s how that the people are
hopeful that Admiral Rogestveiisky R gestvcliSkY has
eluded d Togo and that he w will ill now be
able to effect effecta a material c changein hange in Rus ¬
sian ianfcirtupesin fortunes In the war
The most Intense exc exc itement prevails lr cvail3
here The people are all waiting waiting with
feverish h hanxiety anxiety for news of o the tl1011ee1 fleet
All newspapers ne wspapers say sa that Russia has
played p played layed her last stake in sending the the
fleet fleetlinto Into Far Eastern waters Naturally
the outcome of the movement is awaited
with great interest
If Rogestvensky can ca1elude elude Togo en ¬
tirely and reach the Japanese coast or
defeat the enemys fleet Russias posi p si ¬
tion would be helped helpedwonderfully wonderfully On
the tlieother other hand the meaning of a de ¬
cisive cIslvedefeat defeat is well understood
Battle May Be BeFou Fought Pouht ght
Off O Formosa Forrn r orm 9 9or or r Korea J
Nava Na a al l l bmrier officers predic predict pred pred1cthat i t that th tht t thf thfgreal th thi thaL i greal ir at
sea fight flghtbetween between the Russian and Jap ¬
anese fleets will 1ll pccur occur either e in the
Piscadores Piscadoresstraits straits just w west st of For ¬
mosa or r else in the Strait S rat of Korea ore3
close to toJalan Japan
This is based on ori the belief that Ad ¬
miral Togo w will ill refrain from giving bat ¬
tie tleuntllthe until the Japanese ships are in a
position where with their own navy
yards close at athnnd hand and in waters with
which they are thoroughly familiar the
Japanese commander c inmahderwlll will be decidedly decidedl
at an advantage
Togos scout system is so well or cr i ¬
ganized there is no doubt he will be
a able ble to follow the exact movements o of
the Russian ships 5hI sls s The mobile Japanese
fleet will williceep keep constantly const nUy in mot motion on to
guard iuard the coast It t is here that Togos
fleet with its itssuperior superior number of cruis ¬
ers wll Wiloffse offset f the larger Russian S bat ¬
tleship tl hip array ar arrn
Seaweed and Barnacles
Naval N al officers here do not notattac attach h too
much importance to the reports that
iluss R Russ ss lan 1a 1 ships are ar are dragging dr gglng immense
quantities of seaweed along their water
line An officer said
It is not the vegetable v getable growth pn
the battleships batt Ships water Jine 1inetlhat 1inetlhatc jthat counts c i in n f
So o much mu clt Th Tha J Jc jT can c ca n he be berexiovd removed r mov b Dy y dlv dh
irs t rs A ship In Introvical tropical waters often
Efis g < ts a a long growth pf f seaweed between b tw en
wind and nd water
As lonz as there is barnacle or
S shell growth this would not interfere
rfaterialy ma rial with her speed Then too
the main thing is to keep the barnacles
< off Tftltepropellers the propellers This can be done by
divers
Still the Russian Russianshi11s shins have possi ¬
bly blybecome become ver very foul on the bottom due
Jo to their lonr cruise i
May Seize Chinese Ports
In some circles clr 1es there is a revival rC II of
the old rumor that the Russian fleet in ¬
stead of striking an immediate blow iIOw
l lainst iigainst ainst the enemy may be s sent ent into
a Chinese Chlnes port por with ith a a vlewvto view to taking
possession > sse sIon The Internatlo Inteniat1m IntOrnational ria i f complica om pIica ¬
tions that thatwould would follow would would wouldnot ould not be so
serious scrI usto to Russia now that the war
has hasresullcd resulted so disastrously di a5trously already
Russ Russia ia ahas has repeatedly repeate l protested
against alleged aIle ed violation violatlonofChinese of Chinese neu ¬
trality by b the Japanese and the threat
was as made madeat at one time that to toretal retal ¬
late Russia would seize scI e a Chinese port
when the opportunity and the necessity
presented itself I
Some officers omc rs are of the opinion that in
order to get his ships in good condition
for or the big battle now at hand Admir ¬
al Rogestvensky Rog stverskJ wUlseek will seek an anchorage
in a sheltered harbor Such Sucha a one oncas as in
the Tons TongKIng King Gulf is I suggested This
is off the thcpartof part of China in which whichFrance Francs
dominates and the well known friend ¬
liness of the two powers may m Y be count ¬
ed upocto upon to influence Rogestvensky in l
his choice of an anchorage anchor ge
May Not Make Port
Ac According C According cording to the laws of neutrality neutralit
he will not be able to enter a port but t
must remain three miles oft shore sh re Offi ¬
cers ers rs say this will give him plenty of op ¬
portunity to put his ships in good trim l
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CHILDREN AFFECTED
By Kotheis Food Food ood and Drink Dr ink
Many babies have haveb been n launched into
life with wlthconstltutions constitutions weakened by b dis ¬
ease ease taken in with their motners motnersmilk p1ilk nilk
Mothers cannot be bcloo too careful as to the
food they use usewhil while nursing their babes babe o
The experience of a Kansas City Clt mother
is a case casein in point
I was a great coffee drinker from a
child and thought tnou ht I could not cat a 1
meal without it But I found at last it t
was va doing me harm For years I had 1
been b cn troubled with dizziness spots be ¬
fore my eyes and pain p n in my heart to
which was added two years ears ago a 1
chronic sour stomach The baby was s
horn 7 months ago and almost from the
beginning it too suffered su lered from sour sou
stomach She was taking 1tfrom it from me
In my m o distress I consulted a friend
of more mor experience than mine and she e
told me to Quit coffee that coflee con ee did l
not make good milk I have since inct ascer ¬
tained that It itrealb reallydries really dries rles up the jhllk nilk
So I quit coffee and tried tea and I
at last cocoa But they theYdI did not agree a rec
with lith me Then I turned to Postum Cof ¬
fee ce with the happiest results It proved i
to be the very thing I needed nee ed It not t
only agreed agr < ed perfectly perfect with baby and my m ¬
self but It increased the flow of my InV
milk My husband then quit coffee and an d t1
used Postum quickly got well of the e
dyspepsia with which he had been 11
troubled I I no loy io er r pu1Cer suffer from the
r 7zln mmrBPen5 laU u
or rsonr soiir sour stoma stom stomach ch chPosumhas Posfum has cured
them
Now we all drink Postum from my
husband to my seven sevenmonths months old baby
It has proved to be the best besthor hot drink k
we wcha have ever used u5ed1Ve We would not glw
up Postum for the best coffee we ever C > 1
drank rank Name given ivcn by Postum Co Cot t
BUttle Creek Mich
Therca a reason
Get Gtlthe the little book The Road R ad to Well
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before 1 eforemoving moving northward again to at ¬
tack 1 Japan
Most of Tosos Togo ships are fresh f1e h from
an overhauling in Japanese shipyards
The Navy ay Dcpartmcntsome Department some time ago
sent s nt orders to the commander C of the
American Asiatic fleet to see that neu ncu ¬
trality tralit was observed in the Philippines I
This fleet is lsn9wnPtwld now not widely ly separated
from Russias squadrons and nd the French
and British squadrons 1realso are also hovering
off the Chinese coast
In view of Russias blunder in the
North Sea when she mistook a fleet of
English trawlers for Japanese boats and
fired upon them there is special Interest
in the location of the foreign fleets for
the reason that the Russians with
nerves at tension expecting expectlngaoe a foe might
err again
JOHN 1 WELSH o ftSF1 VAN YAt HOOK I
IS DEAn EAll UF OLD AGE
Prominently Connected With Past
Progress in Washington and Balti ¬
more morcEn Enriched riched by Real Estate
John Welsh Van Hook for years a
prominent promine nt real re estate esia te dealer dealerin In this city elt
died at an early hour yesterday morn ¬
ing at the home of his daughter Mrs lIr
Middleton Smith 1616 Nineteenth street
northwest Mr l1 Van Hook Hoo k was vas eighty
years cars old and his death was due en ¬
tirely to old oldoge age
Funeral services will be held at atl 1
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oclock tomorrow afternoon from the th
j
house and will be conducted by the Rev Re
John McKee assistant assist ntrectoro rector of St
Johns Episcopal Church The pall r i
bearers arers have Been chosen c hosenrom from boy ¬
hood hoodfrlends friends of the dead They arc
James B B Wymer Charles Tucker
Charles E Cook CookandDavid and David G Browns
Philadelphian by Birth
2Mr fr Van Hook was born in Phila ¬
delphia delphIaPa Pa in 1825 and left that city r
when a mere boy to go to Baltimore
where he hercsi resided ed until 1S52 Then h he 1 J I
came to t Washington and amlentered entered the the
real estate business He soon attained
prominence and twenty years aero ago hav hi ¬
ing amassed amasse < a considerable fortune re ¬
tired from business Since that time
he has resided with his daughter Mr Mrs o
Middleton Mlddl ton Smith Smlthj j at her Nineteenth I
street residence
Both in this city and an in Baltimore
Mr Van Hook was well known socially soclalh r
and in business He has taken a a promi ¬
nent part in the progress of both cities
He was the founder of the Uniontown 1
postoffice now now Anacostia D C It I t was
at his suggestion the thcstreets streets there th < le were
named after the different Presidents of f
the United States Working in con ¬
junction n nwith with Johns Hopkins of f Balti ¬
more m re he was Instrumental in beautify ¬
ing the suburbs of that city cit
Mr Van Hook served during the civil I
war in the capacity of special mess ¬
enger It was part of his duty to carry o
dispatches from Philadelphia to tills S I
city via Ia Baltimore
Mn Van Hook is survived by seven
children three sons and four our daughters laught < rR
They are John JohnC C CT Can Van T an Hook of Helena
Mon Charles G GT Van T qn Hook of Seattle
Wash James M r Van Hook Hooko of New Ne
York Mrs Middleton Smith and andllr Mrs
Emma Morris of this city Mrs Tarle
ton H Bean of New York and Mrs lnj I
David G Browne of Fort Benton Mon fon
VIRGINIA VIRGINIAOPFICIAL OFFICIAL TAKES
BACK ESCAPED PRISONER J 1
Agent AgentPardsh ParrSsh of the State Farm for I
Criminals at Lassltcr Va arrived In 11
Washington today and took to k charge o of t
Tobia Smith fortyone years y ars ol old l and an d
returned him to that place this after ¬
noon
Smith Is said to have been sentenced 1
to the farm for eight years y nrs bri onucharg on ii u charge
of housobrenking hOlls > breaklng He cscuood in Au ¬
gust 1902 and has been at liberty ever ever I
sinc inc Poiic Pokcman < man Long Lo rS of the Sixth ixth pre pr ¬
duet arrested him on Saturday Satur a and r1
Captain Uoardman informed the Rich ¬
mend penitentiary r authorities nuthoril1eswho who com ¬
municated with the Jlr farpi JT1 JT1authoritlc authoritlc authorities <
WEALTHY WEALTHY MAN WEDS I
A CHARMING NURSE N RSE E
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BOSTON April 30 iOStepiten Stephen Cot Co1man lman I
Jr a man of great vcalth calth and audm andmember member m > mbeJ
of a family of great gre lt social eminence emn > ncc
has morrled > Miss Alary > L1rY Sullivan a beau ¬
I tiful professional nurse formerly em ¬
1 I ployed at the Massachusetts General i
k Hospital IIospll I aI
t
Pres ident Beyond Reach j i t
9 t
LjLl4tlr Hunts ffiin i V for for tJl 9Texas Tp Texas JL > vvvl fi < O Ifflnnj WQlves Ho rr X6lC 1v s o
t
0 s
Not I Heard From Since Saturday SaturdayN SatiidayNothing Nothing thing of
Enough Enoughlrnportance Importance Im portance to Justify Calling 1 I
From fromSeclusion Seclusion of the Wilds
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FORT WORTH Tex April Aprill0 10 10Secre Secre A A large batch of f mall was received r c ehed 1
tary 1 ti1ryI Ix Loebhas > eta obhas has heard nothing from frOm the over oerIlight night from fromWn Washington hington Nothing othi g j i
President or his party since Ineo leaving has ha developed dovel pod oSu of sufficientimportance l tq tc 1 i
Frederick Saturday Eitur ayeyenlrig evenirig evenhflgnor nor norhas has disturb the thePresidents President5sv Presidentsbunt hunt l1unt
any news concerning concerningnlin film leaked leak d out of The o President PreI ntand and friends w rith ith him hl hin i on on ti j
Frederick the hunt arc t safely in secliision sec1 sion Secret Secr 1 I
Undoubtedly ndoubte 1 he spent spcntSunday Sunday resting res resting tin g gtary tary Loab Leb and an dthepres the press representatives re reprOsOnta pr senta t1ve Uvei j j l
on t the great greatBurk Burk Bennett Benn t ranch and are stationed statiol d here until the hunt is i
today j will start on his wolf hunt over i s
WILL QF MRS SAUTTER
FILED FOR PROBATE
The will of Sophia Sautter Sa tterdated dated No ¬
vember 12 1903 1 3 which was filed for
probate 1 today todaydirects directs the following dis ¬
position jco jcosition sition to be e made mad of or l1crest her estate te
To her nephew Charles Charl s Howard Mill ¬
er 10000 to her nephew Frederick
William Miller 5OCO OOO to the three chil ¬
dren I of h3r h he sister Cliristinan Kohrbach f
who reside In Germany 1000 lOOOeachnnu each and
to the threechUdre three children 1o of her sister Marl lIar i I
Dern who also reside re3ij In inGerman Germany 1000
each <
The remainder of her estate eatat is left to
the 1 Washington Loan and Trust Com ¬
pany pan in trust to be be divided equally
among I m ng her brothers nephews and an and d
Ti hieccs ieces
DIED
PULIFER PUUjlFERQn On Sunday Sund April 9 1905 jOOal at
1143 a m mi WILLIAM H IULSIFER at t
the Highlands
Funeral l services scrvlcesal at St Margarets Church
LConnecticut Connecticut avenue and nd Bancroft place Tnes Tue
day morning April II 11 1505 lOO > at at 11 llQclock oclock
Relatives and an friends Invited to attend att nd It
HENKEL HENKELOn r On Sunday April 9 1905 at 4
a a m FANNIE F A NIE M 1 beloved wife of Edward l
Henkel
Funeral from her late home home1G3 1C33 Marlon
street northwest Wednesday April 12 at 2 I
p m aplO2t
CANTYOn CANTY CA TYOn On Sunday Sundll April 9 1905 IPO at 10 I
a m at his residence 519 19 H street north
cast MICHAEL P CANTY CA TY It
GERAnD GERARDOn On Sunday April 9 1905 at 10
oclock p p mi m mo o at her hcrreldence residence re2lc ience 1506 Carolina
street MARGARET C beloved belo beloo o ed wife of the
la a to John C Gerard in the seventieth year
of her age It
VAN AN HOOK HOOKOn On Sunday 1 April Jprll9 9 105 190 6 at l
710 a in fl at Lt the residence resldcn e ot hlsdauuhter his daughter
Mrs illddleton Smith 1616 Nineteenth street
northwest no JOHN TV VAN N HOOK l
c l lc t tN trJ rJ
Funeral services I c s ax 1 p m Tuesday a April I
11 at residence reeldenceFrlend Friends invited
Baltimore Philadelphia and New York
papers please pl IiBe copy It
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DISNEY DISNEYAt At 225 a m mo o on Monday April I
10 1005 005 at his residence e 1242 11th st north ¬
west W t WILLIAM YIlLIA 1 A beloved husband of
Nannie Lynn LO nn Disney Dhmt
Notice of funeral will DC Peglen given In Wash Wash ash ¬
ington Post llth inst It
SUTHERLAND SUTHERLANDDeparted Departed this life Satur ¬
day da April 8 1005 110 at 140 l O p m AUTHUR A tTHUR L 1
beloved son of Rosa and Fendall and brother
of Rebecca Alphonzo and Ruzscl Sutherland
Gone G ne in the best of his days dl1y
Bright In manhoods manho ds tjlooin
Torn from the th hearts that loved him
Asleep in the silent tomb
By ytheFtUnU the Family
Funeral Tuesday Tuc 1a 1aO O April 11 1605 at t f 2 2Pr Pj p m qt
from trombls his residence S3 811 L I street northwest
Friends Invited Inltel1io to o attend It
FUNERAL DESIGNS
Of every ever description descllptfonmo moderately er teJyprfcea tehy priced prce
GUDE
1H4 1 1 1F F Street Northwest rthwcst Phone M t 969 sc
i I 1 WILLIAM LEE
UNDERTAKEll t DERT KEH AND LI LIVERY VERT
32Penn S32 Penn Ave A c N W Wi i Washluxton Vas asiiitigttiii hIiistou D C
Te r lephone Main li3S3 13S
J T TWALKER T WALKER SON SONS
204 Ot 10TH ST N W V
1120 2D St StSE S E
A A firstclass Paint at 175 175 we will sell sd I
for ortwo two weeks weel g at
M f 145 Per I et Gallon I
Conic Quick and get something somethIn
iA A No j Floor Varnish Stain 450 c Quart Quart I
apSlOt ap8 pS10 o 1
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TROUBLES FAll1HIGK FALL TF11C
tOMHS UPON f1mS 1 CLAGETT
Troubles Troubl s haveno ha hav v no not t tvhilted visited Mrs Cur tis s
Clagfctt Clagftto Clagftto506i of 506 506i 506eventh Seventh street southwest I
singly
The serious Injury h1j ri of fher her son s n Ciirtisr
while at t play yesterday r CIday was was wa the fourth fo rtfl
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misfortune mis ortune coming to her ler within four fo r
weeks k
Amonth A month ago ag o her h hrhusbanddlcd herhusband rhusbanddlcd husband died I
Shortly bef b bfore fore ore fhatCurtls that Curtis accidentally accid nta t
shot himself himse lf in the right leg while play p Y
lag 1 with wltharcvolver arevolver and she ha had to jia a iy
a large hospital bill
Abou t tw two weeks weeksago w eeks ago burglarscnt burglars enter entO t ¬
ed her hlrh home tn and stole sto c all the money mon molicy
she had saved sll vcdup up p after defraying the thq
funeral futlCr nl exp exp anses nscg of ner ner husband hu sband and an d
those tho e at nt ththospital tlu th JQ hqspita 5pita i where her son wast w S
treated r
While r hil playing Pla lng at Twelfth T e1t h street and
Maryland avenue southwest yesterday
afternoon Curtis who Is fifteen yeara year
old len fell and broke his hisriQht rieht leg The
injury was of such a serious nature
that it was deemed inadvisable nadvisable to take ta Ie e
him home Police of the Fourth pre ¬
cinct clncls cinctsummoned summoned s an ambulance a and sent sentf f
him to the Emergency Rpsptal It ltWus was
reported there that he was much muchim Im V
proved
Dont Don miss being at Benning tomort totnor
row to see the beautifu women garbed
in beautiful beauluIgow govng 1W 1Wald and fetching spring
hats This Is the thesoc society ety day ot thp tb
spring aprin meeting The rh Southern Steeple Steel ¬
chase for Hunters the Amateur Cup for r
gentlemen riders on the flat and four f u
other firstclass flrstclassevents events
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Wonder Won Wonderwlat erwl1at1Iertz what Mertz will say toda today 1
Store closes clo es 6 pm 9 9 9pm 9pm pm Saturdays Sa UrdIYS
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MERTZ TAILORING T ILORING
Choice of a big line of ofsw swe swell dl ll
styles in highgrade Suitings suitil1 gs d I
worth to 20 20to to measure in 1
theMertz the way jert Mertz for J 13 I35 a 5 5
I Alerfe and an d Mertz Co
I I II a 906 oo F Street Stre t 1
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MTYMAY8 DAYS REMAIN EA1
1fiBUUl TOG TO GET T Y Y M G AJUNn AJUNni A 1 FUND i
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on fident Expectation Exists at Head
quarters q qua u ua a irs i rs That atBalance Balance Will
Be Secured
When headquarters headquart rs of the committees
lav aving v ing ng in charge the rats rais ing of the j
lu u ildlng trig jfana f t1a furnishingfund furnishing fund of the pie
Touns oung Mens Me Christian Assoclattn Associatipn
were wf eb opened this thismorning this thl morning th there re
but btlt twenty d4ys ktysin j Jiv which w lch to
ise tHe balance balanc necessary to secure
the e generoug ge I1C r us offcr of Messrs Woodward
and nd JLbtHrbri Lotl f rt to contribute 525000 25000 to to the
fuhdi undlt ndIt lt the ther theeritire r eritire amount is subscr s bscr ibed
by y May 1 L The sum of 33034 3034remaJns remains
b raised in thpsetwenty those twenty days da s So
far r in the campaign 3l96G has been sub ¬
scrIbedl1cludlng scribed r1bed Including the conditional offer
f Messrs t Woodward and Lothrop
oth1ng but tit1hemost the most confident confide nt fexpecta pecta
tipn m that the them money ne will be secured
cxistsrtmon exists tits among K the committees commItt shaving haying 1 the
work ork inv I Inhafld hand han
THe citizens clUz hsco committee rnmltteeof of one one hun 1un ¬
dred rdd ah has 8 barely barel been b norganlzedbutsev organized but sev
al v of J Itsriiemb it < mcuiuLis rkiembers rs have have imvc prom prOmf prOmsed urumiacu ised f sed to iv > bf ut
responsible for th9ra1sing the raising of 1000 each
The work of t the ewornen women in Turn1shln furnishing
th the e building bUildjn received recelycdanimpetusyeter an impetus yester ¬
day ay by b br cooperation cop ration of the churches
several se j jer eral er r of ofwliI ofhich which h will Invite the associa s s scia cia ¬
tion Oh toshov to show the plans pl ns of the building bull ding
to tneIrcohgregationSi their ongregatlons
STOPS stoPS bPs NEW NEWS SONGS NGS
LOiNpON L01j0NApr i April IIO 10 10bwlng Owing wing to theln the In ¬
ability bility of qt the i ieautfioriti eautfioriti authorities sto to suppress su pprcss 1 I
wnplesale ilolsale I Sfll niiisic ilc piracy chiefly of popu ¬ 0 1
lar la ar r songs s < ngs > a score of ofLondonmuslcpu London music pub ¬
lishing hingnr firms f11s have p ve agreed to cease c atje
publishing new composition until fur ¬
ther her notice il t1ce
Indigestion lu iii igestion
offer all Stomach StiJferers S a aFnll Pu Pull
Dollars Worth WonhofmyBemedy of my Bemedy
Tree to Try ry
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I lean can a afford fford tro tl1 to o offer tt tter er a full dollars doll rsworth worth 1
free tx r e ebecause becausc beeau sC mine Is no ordinary remedy remcdY
Or O idl dinary iinary lry remedies rem dIes treat symptoms My rem ¬
edy dy trea irea freats ts fsthecauses the causes that produce the symp ¬
toms ms Symptom treatment treatm nt must be kept u up
Xor or t yer Jerp3 as iohe iougn as n the thecaune cause Is there lly y
treatment riay l1 y be stopped as soon oon as It has lias ha
removed remo remoc o c the cause causefor for tl1ntJs that Is always nha o os s the Hr
end nd of truilble
Stomach trouble is s not really real1 a sickness ckness
but buttLs b ut a syrtintdm ti1ptam It Is a symptom tlln thaI a accr ocr
talrt get et cf r f herves nen nerves o es Is alllngr Not the voluh foluh 1
tary J1yn si nerves < ncs that enable you outo to walk and aa
talk 4Ur U and act actbut but the automatic stomach
nerves h n erves rcsoer over t ahlcli hlcli your ourmlnd mind has no control
I 11110 haVo not room here to explain how these
tender ten er lIri tiny neres nerves control and nd operate Hr the the e
stomach How worry wQrr breaks them themd down ynand and am d I
u cuUses a tilsea s Indiges hidlg IfldI s tion How misuse wears them n I
out n ut t and causes tre3 dyspepsia How neglect Iieglectmay may ma y
bring b 1 ring 1g on kidney kId e o heart and other troubles I
Ihrpugh sympathy I have ha haO O C not x fot room to ex 0 ¬
plain l In how ho thpse nerves may jhay 1 y be reached and ant
streftstherfed d and vitalized and made well wcllby by b
arcrnedy a rernedy I I spent thlrtyears thirty years In Inperccting pertectlng
riowVknpwn uQwrknon n by b Druggists Drugglstseerwhere everywhere as Dr 1
hoops S Restorative RestoraUvE I have h cnot not room to ex ex ¬
plain 11am how this remedy by removing remo O ing the tb I
cause cause c aun C puts 1iut a ri certain ertalncnd end to indigestion
belc b e rching Hlnff lle heartburn rtburn Insomnia nervousness nervou sness
ctyspepsla iSp d tipepsla psln All Allot of these things are fully ull cx ¬
plained p laicecl In the book I will send you youwben when you OU I
write
Ity Iii mQre m rc than thanr a r million ml1Uonhomes homes my myremedr remedy remed
Is 1 I s Known > lthas It has cured stomach troubles no not
once on o nce but r rfpeatedly1erand rtpentedlyover epeatedly over and over again
1 Yet you may mni not have heard hea of It Itorhear Itor or hear
ingnMi Ing ngmay mn1tlCde1a > have delayed ea or doubted So I I
make ake thB tbJsCrrer offer to you ou a stranger that tJint
every cvery e possible MMl le excuse for tordoub doubt doubt may be erc re ¬
moved S Sdnd rid ndme me no money monemake make me no no ni
pronllsc prori1lscotatc ta ke no noriskSlmpl risk Simply > w write rlte lte and nd ask ask
If Ihou I you have not tried trledrny roy remedy I will wUlsend send sent
you y ou an order on your druggist for a full del do ¬
Jar arbcttlenOt j jbctUen bottle not t a sample Samplebut but the regular
stanaard bottle he keeps constantly constaI1 ly on his lii
chelves TIM druggist will 111 requ require ire no con ¬
d ditions ltIors H He S will accept acc pt my m order as cheer ¬
fully fu1 hs s though your dollar laid before him
Henvlll sfend s nd the bill blllto to me
Will youiacccpt yoUa oti n cept cptthls this opportusttj opportu to lean z
at at riiy my expense e xt iben ei1i > absolutely absolute how ho to be rid for ¬
ever ctoflllforms of all forms o or stomach stoma h troubl troubisto to fc b
rid rldnot not only of the trouble but of the verj rer ery r
cause which produced It Write today
For O free order orderDook Book 1 lonDysp on Dyspepsia psla
for tor a full fu il dollar a llar bot Book 2 on the Heart
tl tie t Ie you o oii11iust must address ddressDook Book 0 on 011 ts ti the i Kidneys KIdne s
Dr Dr Sheep Box A765 Book 4 for Women yomen
Racine Wis VIs State Book 5 for Men M n
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Mild 1o d cases cases are often cured by b1 a single bot i t
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