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4 4 THE WASHNi SWNGtQN GTQT TILTS St1TTi SATURDAY DAY NOVEMBER 19 1910
FIND NEJSECOND SECOND TRUNK TRUNKON I ION
ON MURDER SCENE SCENEI SCENEnpty
1 1npty I
npty Receptacle Sheds No NoLight NoLight I ILight
Light on Mystery and andSearch andSearch andSearch
Search Is Continued ContinuedTrunk ContinueduTrunk Continuedrun
run Trunk Mysteries M sterIes Which WhichHave WhichPuzzled II IIHaYle
Have Puzzled the Police PoliceBody PoliceDOIly PoliceBody
Body of Anna Pulitzer found intrunk in intrnnk intrunk
trunk In Morris canal Jersey JerseyCity JerseyCity JerMeyCity
City September 18 1 190 190Trunk > > O2 O2Trunk 0 0Trunk
Trunk cuntBinIB containing mangled remains remainsof
of Fnther Caspar C Uipftr Armenian Armenianprieat Armenianprl Armenianpicot
picot prl t found IB trunk In Went AVestTbirtyseventh WentThirtyseventh Cit CitThlrb
Tbirtyseventh Thlrb enth street New York YorkMny YorkMay YorkJln
May Jln 22 1O07J 1O07JUnidentified 1DO 1DOLnlclentffled 1iOrnidentIned
Unidentified body bOtl of girl found in intrunk Intrunk intrunk
trunk by picnickers near nca Cam Camden Camden Camden
den 3f J Amraxt 16 199S 19963lrs 199SMr 1 > > 86 8631rft
Mr 31rft alary Inr J Hadrian murdered murderedat
at New cw Haven Ilae Conn and l Itod Itodfouud body bodyfound ody odyfuund >
found in trunk la a ten XC York YorkEI York10hloJ YorkIodgIng
10hloJ house ofAugDMt INs 1l6SElsie INsElide
EI Elide Ie Slcel daughter of General GeneralSI GencralSIel GeneralSigel
SI SIel eel murdered by CrkrnamanWIlllnm Clilnamau ClilnamauVIlIInm CltlnamaDUlInm
VIlIInm UlInm Leon and body bed fond In Intrunk Intruuk Intrunk
trunk In latter rooms June IS ISinoit 1
inoit inoitBody 111011Body 10011DOIly
Body of Minos Iw I Dfbajlaa fount IB IBtrunk latrunk Intrunk
trunk at Lynn 3Ia Mans st July 28 g i i1x00
1x00Perilous 1900 1900Portions 1 nOD nODPortions
Portions of body bed of f uHldcatiHcd uHldcatiHcdgirl unltleDtllieclgirl usidentI ed edgirl
girl found in suit case atxTIver atxTIverton atTIcrtoo nt Tlver Tlverton
ton R I October 12 1 19 1MO 1MODod 1990Body O OBody
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Body Dod of Mary JIar Crittenden Cantle CantleChnrlton atieCharlton OawtleClinrlton
Clinrlton found IB trunk at Lake LakeCo I IComo i iComo
Como Co mo Italy June 9 191O 191OMoses 1910Mosea <
Moses Sachs jewelry merchant j jfonnd I i
found strangled to death In trunk trunkIn trunkIn
In New York June IS 1 1920 1819 1819EW 180NE j jNEW i
I
NEW NE EW V YORK Nov DTIle The trunk mur murdespite JDUIder murder
der mystery was as deep as ever tcMJ today todaydespite y ydespite
despite the fact that the the best detectives Aetectlveof iIetect detectivesof oe8 oe8ot
of the city had been at work for for1ban more morethan mwsthan
than thirtysix hours t Uateae WBMam WBMamLewis W WLewis WilllfautLewis
Lewis the miseinc mis Inc t c waiter is I found thecare the thesolved uedlSe
care will be another 8C New Yerks Yerksaolvecl un unaolved
solved crimes erlDtcsThe crimesThe j
The ponce no pollee ce acain searched the ceMarj cellar edlarat
at the home homethe of < Jamn J Iber > > er wbs wIMN wIMNthe rs rsthe I
the victim was found and a came cameanother callieanother upon uponanother
another trunk Wee the one in which the thebody Utebody thebody
body was placed rilm ed except that k contain coataiaed contained cntalaed
ed no zinc lining IIn or box It was empty emptyNobody emptyAobod
Nobot Nobody in the bo horse ± se could b he 1O found nd who whoTTOuW whowould whowould
would admit ownership o of this trunk trunkThe tnmkThe trunkThe
The detectives d Yot1n eoni eonisiderahie I Islderable
are devoting votinc con considerable D ¬
siderable time in an effort to find findMiss a hadMiss f
Miss lIss Margaret Wlllu Wiatoa Win Urn a a chamber chambermaid eba chambermaid er ermaid ¬
maid who is said to have ha ve been ac acquainted acquainted acquainted ¬
quainted with Lewis She formerly formerlyworked fOnRerlyworked formerlyworked
worked at Twentieth street and andMadison aDdMadison andMadison
Madison Square but left there several severalyears severalyears 5everalyears
years ago agoOn agoOn agoOn
On the theory that the t e EMUS was wasfirst wasfirst wasfirst
first made made1lllC uacoencleus unconsci > 8llselfHa ouo with wit witPrf drugs drugsProf dragsProf
Prof John McAllister XcAlUst r of of BellevueMedical Bellevue BeUevueMedical BeIIeYueMedical
Medical College today began making makinga
a chemical analysis of the remains
The most important due that has baseloped de developed developed ¬
veloped since the result re ult of the autopsy autopsyBras a1ltOpBywas autopsyHas
Bras made known has been the finding Ain AinQf
of a tag on the trunk trni c that was over ¬
looked at first firstAlthough ftr8tAlthou firstAlthough
Although Althou h It is as yet undecipherable undecipherablethere UJldeclpbefabIethere nndedpbe able ablethere
there is handwriting handwrttl on the tag which whtrhmay wb whichmay h hmay
may aid the police greatly really In their hunt beetfor huntor huntfor
for or William mlam Lewis owner of the trunk trunkIt tnIakIt trunkIt
It is covered c vered with dirt and grease but butwill hatWill butwill
will be subjected to chemical vrw vrwbe proces rocese roceseThe es esThe
The thorn that the body might erea ereabe eB eBbe
be that of Lewis himself was advanced advancedtoday advancedtod advancedtoday
today tod todayOLNEY
todOLNEY OLNEY MENTiONED MENTiONEDTO MENTIONEDTO
TO TO lubUluttbLylh lubUluttbLylhClevelands onnnrrn SUCCEED LODGE LODGEClevelands I LODGEClevelands onor
Clevelands Attorney Gen General General Genera ¬
eral era May Be Compromise CompromiseCandidate CompromiseCandidate CompromiseCandidate i
Candidate CandidateRichard CandidateRichard CandidateRichard
Richard pines Ohte Attorney General GeaeralSecretary G GSecretsn GeneralSecretary
Secretary of State ate under Preside PresideCleveland P PClevetattd Prre Ident IdentCleveland
Cleveland Clevetattd is looming 1o n ftf up wv as < a possible possibleaucessor jumjiblcsuccessor
I
successor a ce6SOl to Senator or Henry Cabot Lodge LodgeProminent LotI8ect Lodgecf
ct M ssacbasetts ssacbasettsProminent tt ttProminent
Prominent RepobHcaas from Massa Massachusetts 111 111chusetts Masoachusetts ¬
chusetts who have ye arrived in Washing Waahtegon Wa Iriag Iriagon
on with within a day or two ejcpresB the theopinion tbepinlen thepinion
opinion that Senator Lodges Io ceS chances chancesas
f 01 reelection are b1OwI growing less and Je less lessas s sas
as each day passes MI8SeS aDd the prediction predictionIs
Is made that in the end the Senator win winbe wU1be willbe
be forced to give way zo o the thewhich oppoettioM oppoekioawhich oppoettioMwhich
which is growing against apIn t him The TheDemocrats TheDemocrats TheDemocrats
Democrats hi n Massachusetts Ias aeb1l8etts anticipat anticipating aatIdpatin antktpatiug ¬
ing in the Wtter fight which will be 1 e made madeagainst asdeagainst de deagainst
against againstand the senior Senator from that thatState thatState thatState
State and andthe realizing r that Ms saccessoufil successor successorwill succe sor sorwJ1l
will be a compromise complOm 8e candidate who whomust wbomust whomust
must be acceptable aoce t1 le to Democrats and aadRepublicans aIHIRepubUen5 andRepublicaas
Republicans are putting Mr Otney for forward f fward forward < <
ward as the most available man on the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic side sWeNotwithstanding sideNotwithstanding ide ideotwlthstaDdlng
Notwithstanding the th fact that Senator SenatorCrane Se SeniorCrane ator atorCrane
Crane and several of the most prominent promi prominent MOIIII MOIIIInent ¬
nent Republicans hi Massachusetts JIIa acht etts have haveissued naveIssued laveissued
issued statements urging u the reejection reejectionof reeectionor
of Senator Lodge Massachusetts Xas acl1usetts Re Republicans Republicans Repubfcans ¬
publicans in Washington declare they theywill theywill theyWill
will not be surprised at a complete completechange comPletechange completechange
change of front on the part of these theseLodge the theseLodge e eLodge
Lodge supporters in the near future futureThe itureThe futureThe
The prediction KedlctJon is made ma e that Senator SenatorLodge SenatOle SenatorLodge
Lodge e is losing n strength so fast that thatthe tlaatthe thatthe
the Republican leaders will be com compelled C9IIIpeUed cornpetted ¬
petted to abandon ab DclOl1 him if I they wish to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep the t e Senatorabip for a RepublicanRepresentative Republican RepublicanRepresentative Repa liean lieanReprfSentative
Representative John W 1 Weeks chair chairman e chakmafl a1r a1rmaJ1 ¬
man of the House OommKtee on Poetofees Post Postoffices Po t tor
offices or es and Post R Beads Rd Is betas be men mention JDeD1101Hd menIloued
1101Hd tion I as on ODe of tjfe te e men who could couldcapture eouldcapture couldcapture
capture the Senatorsfclp SenatorshpThere SenatorsfclpThere SeDtorShipThere
There is a warm friendship between betweenMr DetweeYr betweenMr
Mr Weeks and Wi Senator Se ator Crane and aadwhile aII aIIwhle andwhile
while Senator Cran Crane has already pledg pledged pJe pledged g ged ¬
ed himself hllll etr to Senator Se ator Lodge it te be believed beHeved belleved ¬
lieved that he would tarn to Mr Weeksthe Weeks Weeksthe Weekshe
the he moment it became apparent app rent that his hiscolleagues his1Jeo hiscolleagues
colleagues 1Jeo s reelection could not be bebrought Debro bebrought
brought bro SQi about aboutWARDMAN aboutW aboutWARDMAN
WARDMAN W SELLS SELLSANOTHER SELLSANOTHER SELLSANOTHER
ANOTHER HOUSE HOUSEMrs
Mrs rs Helen F Alden has purchased purchasedfrom pur hneed hneedfrom aged agedfrom
from Harry Wardman the twoetory twoetorybrick twoelorybrJck twoetorybrick
brick dwelling dweUi at 143i Buchanan street streetfor streeIror streetfer
fer for bind l M The house has eight t rooms roomsand lOOIIIS lOOIIISand roansand i
and attic and lid a frontage of twentyfour twentyfourteet twentyfourtetls twentyfourreet
teet reetit teetIt
tetls It is one of a gtoup of fifteen AlteennceDUy busses howeirecently bussesrecently
recently erected by Mr Wardman Waz 8aaa Thesale The Thesale TIlezale >
sale was made by Shannon d Luchs
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1 f I Navy Romance Brought to End in nWe Wedding ng in New York I II
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Photo Photo by b tartan Boston BostonMSS BeM BeMJIffiS AosteeMRS
MSS GEORGE PERCIVAL AULD AULDFerareilY PAYMASTER GEORGE PERCIVAL PERCIVALAULD PERCIVALPMBerly PERCIVALFermerly
FerareilY Hiss Madeline Ma elbte Gray Swift AULD
BATTLE ON TOP TOPOF TOPOF TOPOFMOVING
OF OFMOVING MOVING TRAIN TRAINCrew
Crew Cr Yl Held at Bay by Armed Robbers Between CarsWho Cars CarsWho CarsXlho
Who Escape Sheriff at Wisconsin Town TownLater TovnLater TownLater
Later LaterI
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LACROSSE LApJtOSSE Win X 11A 11Awfcn battle battlewith
with three thr robbers en the top topexperience u t el a arapicUT arapidly I
rapidly msvhag trelKktrala frelgbt train WaS the theExperience 1M 1M4Xp4I1eIKe
experience experiencebr of Hurry Bs 1e et LaCJHMe LaCJHMea LCres e ea
a brakeman br k nmn on Ute Utelirei = Merehante MerehanteFreight > r < ate ateFreisht
Freight lirei t O o out t of Idbres Mfai I Ien e oli oliWhen e eWhen
When en Bother othr member of the train traincrew tn traincrew n nc
crew c w arrived the robbers dr drew w revol revolvers reYOlvelS revolvers ¬
vers fired on them and placing them themiD themENGLAND themENGLAND i
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ENGLAND iD m mIKEStOffi UPHOLDS UPHOLDSI
I IKEStOffi IKEStOffiNewspapers YANKEE YANKEESAILORSI YANKEESAILORSNewspapers SAILORS SAILORSI SAILORSNevspapers I
Newspapers Ridicule Story StoryThey StoryThey I IThey
They Started Fight FightWith FightVith FightWith
With French FrenchLONDON FrenchLO FrenchLONIjON
LONDON LO OO Nov St lTIM The London news newspapers HeWSpeIS newspapers ¬
papers peIS today unanimously take the part partof partor partof
of the American mer1eaA sailors Dons in the tight nghtwith tightwith lit litwith
with French soldiers that occurred yes yesterday yesterday ¬ I Iterday
terday at Cherbourg Cherbourgthe Cbrbou CbrbouIn CherbourgIn
In view oC Ute exemplary behavior or orthe ofthe
the America sailors II IIors who have been beenvisiting beeRvildtl beenvisiting
visiting vildtl m in London the papers refer referskeptically reCerskepUealy referskeptically i
skeptically to the attempt oC f the thedisorder theFrench theFrench I
French to blame Ute Americans for the tbecIiIIonIer thedisorder I
disorder disorderDispatches disorderDiepetcbes
Dispatches tdtes received here from Cher Chersailors Cherbourg I
1 bourg ourg also declare that the American Americansailos Awte e esatIos
sailors remained qui quiet < < until they 112 had hadbeen d dbeeR
been attacked notwithstanding g the fact facttlilat factthat
that they had beeR rob robbed ed both otlt at the thecoast thecoast
coast towns and later in a Paris ParteThat ParILT ParisThat
That T aat the death of the American whose whosestabbed who8estabbed whosestabbed
stabbed body was found near Cher Cherbourg Cherboa Cherbourg ¬
bourg boa docks was due to robbers the the0tspatebec thedI thedgpatdies
0tspatebec dI pa state is indicated by the fact factthat tactthat factthat
that the pockets of his Is eioUim soothing had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been rifled rifledThat titledTbat rifledThat
That the French soldiers also jjfertld jjfertldpated yhrdctpated JJf
pated in the robbing and rioting rlotin is de declared dechLrecl dectared ¬
clared to have been established by the thefact thefad
fact that at Brest the plunder fronr Irourfour fronrfour froarfNtr I
four American sailors was found m III the thepossession thepo thepossessicn
possession po e sI < > n of a French artilleryman artillerymanArmed artlUelyJD8JLArm artillerymanArmed
Armed Arm d Men Watch Tars TarsCHERBOURG I ICHERBOURG
CHERBOURG France Nov NovThree 11 11Three iL iLThree
Three hundred hull kecl French soldiers with withfixed withfixed i iaxed
fixed bayonets patrolled the water front fronttoday frORttoday fronttoday
today to to prevent preve t further fighting ftthti be between I Itween
tween the the American sailors of the sec seeond 1 1oDd
ond division of the American battleshipteet battleshiptleet battleship
fleet and the police Oliee and native civilians civiKansShoIe civiliansShare
Shore leave eave from the ships was stopped stoppedexcept stoppedexcept stoppedexcept
except upon personal application of the tieblue theblue 1e 1eblue
blue Jackets each man being etng compelled compelledto compen compento
to appear hi person before his superior superiorofficer superiorofftcft superiorofficer
officer officerHIgJi offtcftl officerltigh
HIgJi l Ip feeling prevailed today but the thepolice thepollee thepolice
police stopped manifestations of hostil hostility hostility hostility ¬
ity along the harbor front frentnear frontRear
Rear Admiral Vreeland commander of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the second division advised the authori authorities authorities authorties ¬
ties that he would make a rigid inquiry iIMluirYInto Inquiryinto
into the fighting fig of yesterday entay The TheDaval Thenaval
naval officers took steps to prevent a arecurrence arecurrence arecurrence
recurrence of the race riots ots between thewhite the thewhite thewhite
white and colored sailors Thirty men menhave menbave menhave
have been placed under arrest arrestIt arrestIt arrestIt
It was said at the t hospital ho pIa1 today that thatthe thatthe
the negro lIegr sailor who was stabbed would wouldprobably wouldprobably wouldprobably
probably die dieARRANGE dt dtARRAtiGE dieARRANGE
ARRANGE TO RAISE RAISEMONITOR RAISEVI0NITOR RAISEMONITOR
MONITOR PURITAN PURITANArrangements PURITANArrDgements PURITANArrangements
Arrangements for salving the monitor monitorPuritan monitorPuritan lter lterPuritan
Puritan which was as sunk in shajfow shajfowwater sbaJk shajlowwater > w wwater
water off Norfolk Va last Tuesday Tuesdayas
as a result of explosive exp10 tve tests have havebeen hav havbeen havebeen
been made at the Navy Department DepartmentRear DepartmentRear DepartmentRear
Rear Admiral William A Marshall Marshallcommandant XarshaUommandant Marshallcommandant
commandant of the Norfolk ort6lk Navy Yard Yardconferred Yardconferred Yardconferred
conferred with Assistant Secretary Seere ry
Wiathrop After sealing and floating floatingthe floatingtJte floatingthe
the monitor will be drydocked at t the theNorfolk theorfoIk theNorfolk
Norfolk orfoIk yards aDd repaired for the nee neeof veeof tweeof
of the Maine > > atne Naval Mw MUIti MUItiAa1Istant Militia MilitiaAssistant > ie ieAssistant
Assistant Secretary Whithrop stated statedtbt Matedthat
that it was impossible to raise the mon zaonitor monItor monitor
itor immediately after the explosion explosionand explosionDd explosionand
and Dd that no blame b fio > attached to Hear PearAdmiral HearAdmiral RearA
Admiral A lraI Walker for fr allowing anowta the ves vesset vesBel vessel
set to remain sank as has beenrc beenrcported been Te Teported r rported c
ported
solves jwee between two oars defied the thetraamieji tHtraela US UStrainmen
traamieji traamiejiMarsfakV trainmen trainmen3iarsihihll
MarsfakV Katttmberg of Presontt Pi8 Irescoit ntt with wttathree wttkthree withtree
three deputies attempted to arrest arre t th thmea tM tMeR themien
mea eR when they left the train there thereA t thereA ere ereA
A pitched IIItehed battle followed during whichCarl which whichCarl whichCarl
Carl Stein a railroad man of LaCroseee LaCroseeewas LaC Lacroeeeewas e ewas
was mistaken for a robber ro r and shot shotHe sItotHe slatHe
He will recover The robbers were not notcaptured Rotcaptured notcaptured
captured Boyle was not seriouslywounded seriously serJeusiT1IouDded
wounded woundedAVIATOR 1IouDdedAVIATOR
HOXSEY BEYTILLS HOXSEYTHRILLSAUD1ENCE
I ITHRILLS
TILLS THRILLSAUD1ENCE HEDGE AUDIENCEII HEDGESucceeds I ISucceeds I
Succeeds in Feat Attempting AttemptingWhich AttemptingWhich AttemptingWhich
Which Ralph Johnstone JohnstoneLost
Lost Life LifeDEX
1 1DENVER
DEX DE DENVER V VER R Col Nov No 10 19DarIRg 10Darin Darteg Axch
Koxaey Hox ey whose wbo e thrilling feats the themmonted thelamented
i iJameltted
lamented Ralph Johnstone so often oftensought oftensought oftensought
sought to 0 excel and Bud Mars lars another anotherintrepid anotherIntrepid anotherintrepid
intrepid aviator t4 r of the Curtiss schoolare school schoolare scboolare
are today the attractions at the aria aviation aT1atiOR arialien
lien grounds over which still hangs hangsa
a pall of gloom gloomWalter gloomI gloomWalter
Walter Brooklns who oo went to Kansas KD8 KansasCity
City with the body of Jehnstone Jokn tono willbe will willbe
be on the Sunday card with Mars Iars and andHoxsey andHoxsey
HoxseyIloxeey Hoxsey HOX8eYHoxae
Hoxsey Hoxae was the lone performer on enthe onI
I the tlMMOSnUft program yesterday He startled startledtbe startledthe
the 3i0e 111 > > spectators spect tors with his 1 is feats of ofdaring ofdaring
daring including an an imitation of o the theperformance theperformaDCe theperformance
performance which cost Johnstone his hisBf hislite hislife
life Bf e the day da before Running Runnln his M Mplane htpIaBe hiplane
plane to an an altitude alUtu e of about 2tOd W feet feethe
he sped toward the foothills at the rateof rate rateftf
of a mile a minute Returning to the theaviation theaslade
aviation field he hovered for a 8 momentover moment momentover momentoer
over he t e spot where the life of John Johnstone Jo m
atone had been crushed out and then thenwith thenwith thenwith
with lightning htn velocity he heaped sped earth earthward eerthwant earthThis ¬
ward wardThis wantTts
This This feat is called the e spiral descent descentaad descentand
I and lid is faentlcally f the same one that thatJohnstone thatwas thatJohnstone
Johnstone was Attempting when he hecame hecame hecame
came to his frightful death The crowd crowtlwas cro crowdwas tl tlwas
was horror stricken when the Intentions Intentionsof
of Horsey Horseytashed flashed across the minds of ofthe ofthe
I the several thousandsSighs thousands thousandsSighs thousandsI
I Sighs r f relief elle went up from the thei thespectators
i spectators as as Hoxsey touched the earthand earth earthi
i and walked away to his quarters smil smillag 5001IDg smilr smillag
lag grimly grimlyiFLONZALEY grimlyi
1 I i i iFLONZALEY QUARTET QUARTETr
j i r t SURE OF A WELCOME WELCOMEFirst WELCOMEAppearance
I First Appearance of String Players PlayersI
j in Washington Pleases Audience Audiencej Audienceat
j at the Columbia Theater TheaterI
j I A re reoirn urn engagement of the Flonzaley FIonzaIeyI FlonzaleyString
I String Quartet which gave its first firstcltamber firstcha1riber
I I chamber concert in Washington at the theI theColumbia
i j Columbia Theater yesterday afternoon afternoonw afternoonwgyld
j j I weqW w q1it be most enthusiastically wel welconied welcotrled welcomed
conied by b those who ventured ventur d forth onthe on onthe
the strength of o the organizations repu reputation reputaUon reputation ¬
tation tationThe taUonThe tationThe
The program given was In three partsoompsing partscompisIng parts partscomprising
j comprising selections seJ ctlons from the works ofMozart of ofitozait ofroml
Mozart roml t Debussy DebusSand and Haydn The Thethree Thethree Thethree
three numbers by the lastnamed com composer composer composer ¬
poser were perhaps the most injoyed injoyedaad Injoyedand injoyedand
and the most skillfully rendered renderedThe renderedThe renderedThe
The first selection sel tloir was Mozarts quar quartet quartet quartet ¬
tet in G major which was given with withgreet Withgreet withgreet
greet charm A taste of the French Frenchwas Frenchwas Frenchwas
was given lven in the second number De Debussys Deb Dchussys ¬
bussys b ys quartet q arietin in G minor In the last lastnumber lastnumber lastnumber
number Haydns quartet in n F major majora
a violin IoIln solo by Adolfo BettI was most mostheartily mostheartII mostheartily
heartily heartII applauded applaudedThe applaudedThe applaudedThe
The following were the musicians musiciansAdolTo musiciansod musiciansAdeho
AdolTo od BettI Bet first violin Alfred Tochon Tochonsecond Tochonsecond Tochonsecond
second violin iolln Ugo Ara viola and Ivan IvanaArchamjeau lvanArchambeau IvandArchambeau
aArchamjeau celloSINCLAIR cello celloSINCLAIR ceUoSINCLAIR
SINCLAIR CALLS MEETING MEETINGA
A Leftwich Sinclair Sinclair chairman chaf oman of o thelaa the thelaw thelaW
law and legislation committee of the theChamber theChamber thechamber
Chamber of Commerce today called ameeting a ameeting ameeting
meeting of the committee for 4 4p jj p m mJuesday
Tuesday to consider the report of the
insurance committee submitted subJIlltt d at tie
last meeting of the Chamber by b John
Edward Kreb art irtJ
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MISS SWIFT WEDS ViEDSPAYMASTER
PAYMASTER AULD AULDQuiet AULDQuiet
Quiet Marriage Recalls the theCourtMartial theCourtMartial theCourt
Court CourtMartial Martial Scandal in inNaval inNaval inNaval
Naval Circles Circles3CHFIBLD CirclesR CirclesRICilLD
3CHFIBLD R JK SPRINOS RINOS X Y Nev NsvWA 3J NevItA v
19 ItA A romance 11 of the t e nary which be besaa Dega began
saa with a broken engagement ensalJeMeat ia Ute thenodal tl Utesocial e ecUarioated
social d eInIe rele ot the DoR Boston Navy aYy Yard YanlC Yardctimtnated
cUarioated C lRtD8tell today In Ute amrria marriage e of ofXfes etXi ofMies
Xfes Xi Madeto XatlellDe e Swift daughter of Rear HearAdmiral RearAflmiral Rearmhal
Admiral mhal William W JIm Swift U S X and andPaymaster aader ander
Paymaster er George Perdral Auld U USo US
JS So S X XThe NThe
The couple who also figured red in a anaval anaval
naval 1 scandal scandal at the Charlestown CluLrle toWJI yard yardwhich yardwbteh yardwhich
which resulted re ufted In a courtmartial had hadkept hadkeIK badkept
kept their plans secret and only mea members meJRIS meabees ¬
bees IS of c the immediate families were werepresent were6HDt werepresent
present 6HDt at the cereweay teday todayMies tedayMfes tedayHI6s
Mfes Swift was formerly f rmertY engaged toHarry to toHarrj toHarr
Harry Harr D Storer of Atlanta Ga Taoy Taoywere Th Thxywere < y ywere
were to have been 1 eeR married last Ztecem Ztecember DeeeIRber Deceasibee
ber but after Storer had arrived ia faBoston iaBoston 111Bo
Boston Bo tOll for the wedding it was an announced 8tlHtunced announced ¬
nounced that Miss XIe Swift was ill and andthat aDlithat andthat
that the ceremony had l beeR > een iadeAntteir iadeAntteirpostponed i ladednitelypostponed deAnltelypo
postponed po tponed Admiral Swift came to toWashington toWastl1tgton toWasl
Wasl Washington tngton at the u time but refused to togive toYe togive
give Ye any further explanation of ofquglatec his hisDaughter hisdaughters
Daughter conduct coItdu t Mr 1 Storer Stor with withdrew wtt wtt4rew withdrew ¬
drew and frothing further was said m mregard ill illro haregard
regard ro to the wedding which was to tohave tove tohave
have ve been beenThrOBgh beellThroug beenThrough
Through her friendship with Paymas Paymaster PyJINlStee Paymaster ¬
ter Aura in the same month Decem December December Decemher ¬
ber of last year Miss Swifts name was wasbrought wasbroutht wasbrought
brought into a naval scandal which re resulted resulted resulted ¬
sulted in a 8 courtmartial for Auld and anda
a friend of his Assistant A8 l tant Surgeon SUl eoft E H L
Robust HoeaetSurgeon RO RobustSurgeon Det DetSu
Surgeon Su n Robust was engaged ed to me TV TVMiss
Miss Dorothy Heeeler of Chicago Ch o who whowas whowas
was a guest at the navy yard 8nI At t a anaval anaval
naval hop Auld was with Robnet when whenthe whenthe
the latter told Dr Edward E < < wanI Spencer
i I Cowles that his hJ preeence was unwel unwelcome unweltrio ¬
come C l owing trio to his attention to Miss MissAnid aliasE
i Hes8ur E BlOws were struck between betweenIAUkl betweenAuld
IAUkl Auld and Cowles which resulted In Incharges Incharges incharges
charges being preferred by Dr Copies
i and his 1s wife against agaJn t the two young youn menAt men menAt
At the courtmartial te wan stated that
I Dr Cowles was informed that tha it > t was wasMiss wasMls
i Miss J Swift at whose invitation he and andMs andMrs
Ms X Cowles had attended the hop who wh whowished
I wished him to leave Miss Swift Swifton
on the witness stand denied that she sheehad
had expressed 8Xpree ed such a wish or had sent sentsuch sentS1Ih sentsixh
such a message me flge
i Auld and Robust were found found guilty
J of conduct unbecoming to an officer officerEach oCkerE2cl1 officerEach
Each was sentenced to a reduction in inrack inrank
I rack and transferred from the Charles C Charlesto
tosrn to wit station stationTUG stationTUG stationTUG
TUG IS RAMMED RAMMEDAND RAMMEDAND
AND CREW LOSTSAN LOST LOSTSAN
SAN FRANCISCO Nov IS 1fSearch Search Is Isbeing isbeing
being made for the bodies of four men mencomprising mencomprising
comprising the crew of the seagoing seagoingtug seagoingtug
tug Sea Prince who were drowned last lastnight 1astnight lastnight
night in the bay off of Angel Island IslandThe IslandThe IslandThe
The British steamer Greystoke Castle Castlerammed Castlerammed Castlerammed
rammed the tug and Capt L Langre Langrewas Langrewas Langrewas
was the only man saved savedIf savedr
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j I If If3our your time is worth any anything anything anything
thing Sunny Monday laun laundry launI launy ¬
I dry y soap will ill be a boon to toyou toI
you Its I 15 1 wonderful vond rful dirt dirtstarting dirtstarting dirtstarting
I starting qunHties qu 1ities enable it itto itto itto
to do the work with little as assistance assistance assistance ¬
sistance irorn from you while itspurity its itspurity itspurity
purity is indicated indi ated by itsurhiteness its itswhiteness itswhiteness
whiteness It will double doublethe doublethe doublethe
the life of your clothes clothesThe clothesThe clothesThe
The best is the cheapest cheapestin
in the end endin In laundry soaps soapsas soapsas soapsas
as well as anything else elseTHE elseI
11 I THE THEN = N tf K FAIRBANK CHICAGO COMPANY COMPANYCHICAGO COMPANY COMPANYCHICAGO COMPANYCHICAGA
I SANE COOPERATION COOPERATIONURGED COOPERATIONari
URGED BY NAGEL NAGELI NAGELExtravagant ari ariExtravagant
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Extravagant Ideas in Last LastCampaign LastCampraign LastCampaign
Campaign n Says Cabi Cabinet Cabinet Cabinet ¬
net Member MemberKANSAS MemberK MemberKANSAS
KANSAS K SAS CITY Nor If ItcJ1arie ItcJ1arieaSoI iLCharlesNagel Charles CharlesNagal
Nagal aSoI Secretary of Commerce and aadLabor andLabor
Labor has occasioned mash n 1Ida ea comment ceM1Reatand commentand commentand
and criticism by a speech which he hedelivered hedelivered hedelivered
delivered at t the sixteenth slxt eatla aaawal ban banquet kafiUet banquet ¬
quet of the K Kansas City Commercial CommercialClub CeMMerclalClub CommercialClub
Club last night lgkt in watch be yunlve yunlvecated advo advocated ¬
cated active and Rational t1011el coopera cooperation eooperatlon cooperation ¬
tion between the national and State Stateauthorities Stateauthorities
authorities in regard to the com C4 common commonproblems MIIIOR MIIIORproblfJRS men menproblems
problemsMany problems problemsMany problfJRSMany
Many peraoas thought t that Mr MrNagel XIagel MrNagel
Nagel agel intended to give lYe Cllouel C > > lonel Rouse Rousewelt Roosevelt Roo e eelt ¬
welt elt a sly dig di in his allusions to the thetime t ttime thetime
time wasted in the last political campaign cam eampalgn campaign ¬
paign in the beraldia heralding < < of extrava extravagant extravagant extravagant ¬
gant Ideas but with the exception exceptionof
of f r this phrase phra > > e the Secretary carefully carefullyavoided earerullYavoIded carefullyavoided
avoided political topics topicsWith topleYlth topicsWith
With Ylth regard to the ppbullding u1 buUdlag orthe of ofthe o othe
the foreign trade of the United State StateMr Stt SttMr States StatesMr
Mr Nagel advocated the establishment establishmentI
of a corps of experts for the collec collection collectIon collectian
tion of information formation for American Americanmanufacturers Americanmanufacturers JReoeaamanufacturers
manufacturers wherever trade is pos posslble possible poesiNe
siNe In addition to this thl he would wouldLave wouldLavE wouldave
Lave ave a Federal F eral incorporation law to toinsure toinsure toinsure
insure a central control over the com companies companlt8 companies ¬
panies enjoying foreign business bUld jiriv prlyh iv ivrleges
ileges h > ge8 He strongly advocated th the es establishment e etabllshment etabllshment
tabllshment of a meshatJt mecba t marine by byCt byte
te Government GovernmentJudge GovernmentDETENTION t overnment overnmentDETENTION
DETENTION HOfflEBILL HOPE HOPEBILLSUBMITTED
BILL BILLSUBMITTED BILLSUBMITTEDJudge SUBMITTED SUBMITTEDJudge
Judge De Lacy LacySends Sends Com Commissioners Commissioners Cornmissioners ¬
missioners Draft of ofMeasure ofMeasure ofMeasure
Measure MeasureWith
With the t1l request reque t that It Itto be forwarded forwardedto
to Congress C4 ftgreI with their approval Judge JudgeWilliam JudgeWlitlam
William H De Lacy of the Juvenile JuvenileCourt JuvenileCourt Juvenl1ecourt
Court court has submitted to the Commte Commtestoaers CommIssIoAenI Caaadsaioases
stoaers th the draft ratt of a bin providing providingfor novidtagfor cov1dtog cov1dtogfor
for a home of detenttoz tite Uo = for Juveniles Juvenilesat jwYeaUeat
at the corner of Eighteenth ElKbteea Ua and E Estreets Eb1reets Esireets
streets northwest northwestThe DOrUlwatThe northwestThe
The measure contain aa aau apprepriatiea appropria appropriation ¬
tion u or of SMcea for the erection of the thebonding Ute1MtI thebuilding
bonding bondingrented 1MtI buildingThe 1Dg
The 1Dgpre pre present nt house cMI e of c detention e oa 1 is a arented arented
rented building buildingadapted and id MId to 1M be my myadaptecl lilyadapted
adapted for the purpose purpo e The annual annualrental annualrental
rental te 909 HI a 3 year yearTHE yea yeaTHREE yearTHREE
THREE ARE KILLED KILLEDChauffeur KILLEDIN KILLEDIN
IN AN AUTO AUTOSMASH AUTOSMASHChauffeur SMASH SMASHChauffeur
Chauffeur and Two Women WomenGo WomenGo WomenGo
Go Over Embankment Embankmentto
to Death DeathBAKERSFTEtD DeathBAKERSFILD DeathBAKERSF
BAKERSFTEtD BAKERSF ThD C CaL L Nov 3 1IAn 1IAnaatom ILAnautomobile An Anautomobile
aatom automobile blle ooataiateg a party of four fourpersons fourpersons fourpersona
persons plunged down tOW1I a twentyfive twentyfivefoot tweatyftvefeet twentyfivefoot
foot embankment near Marioopa early earlytoday earlytodar earlytoday
today todayThree todarThree todayThree
Three occupant of the ear es were In Instantly InstaDtiy instaetiy ¬
stantly killed killedThey kllMdThe killedThey
They The are Frank Stevens the driver driveraad driveraDd driverand
aDd Marie lane Brown and Gertie Davis DavisMACCABEES Davl DavlMACCABEES DavisMACCABEES
MACCABEES TO DANCE DANCEThe DANCEThe DANCEThe
The annual meeting Bteetln < < and dance of the theLadies thei theLadies
i Ladies of the Maccabees of the tb World Worldwill Worldwill W orld orldwill
will take place at the old Masonic Tem Temple Ternpie ¬
I pie next Wednesday ednesda evening A larg largclass I large largeclass
i class das Of new members m mbers will be pre presented prei preserved ¬
i served sen ed to the State Commander > r Mrs MrsM MrsKtlva MrsI
I M Ktlva lva J Caswell CaswellIn CASwelli Caswellrjusi
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i1 In Town T own Yn This 1h is Morning MorningThe MorningI M ornlnQ ornlnQT ornlnQj
I The Theof TheFirst T he heof
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of the new newAlmost I
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Easy terms if desired desiredDEUfVS desiredPERCY desiredFoster
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BRITISH EXPECT EXPECTThis EXPECTANOTHERPARTY
t ANOTHERPARTY ANOTHERPARTYThis
This his Accepted as Only Solu Solution Solution Solution ¬
tion for Present PresentCrisis PreSentCrisis PresentCrisis
Crisis CrisisLONDON CrisisLOlloDON CrisisLONDON
LONDON N Nov r 1 llTlte The noUtfeal leaders lead leaders leaders ¬
ers In I the eonetUvttenal e neU na1 imbroglio got gotdown gotdown ot otd
down d wJt to btaesg today to map oat nextw next nextcampaign JMXtw
w a campaign d I9aImt and untangle uniaD e the theI theiii r
IItkaJ iii I compUratioas Uttas a asa mack as aaiItIe ensible 1 1le
sible iItIe le Weekend par turtles rtf dec were canceled canceledconferences ameCiedc canceledconferences
conferences c aferenca were held and steps taken takenby takenbT takenby
by the followers of Premier Asqnith ltJl to torosfc totDMt toresit
tDMt rosfc through throu h commons eomme next xt week only onlysac enlys onlysus5
sac s sus5 e1 portions portI n of otthe the budget as s present presentan
an opportunity for favorable action actionPremier act1onPreD actionPremier I
Premier PreD er Asnukh today went further furtherIn
In Ms efforts e < < rts to nlacate his own follow followers followers
ers A definite d lnlte promise was given gi von to tothe tothe tothe
the tabortt 1taborttI 5 it was reported that thatMM a a1HII abill
MM will b be forced lon = ed through ranting salaries sal salaries salaries ¬
aries to the members of parliament parlatmentAnother parliamentAnother
Another Party In Sight SightA SightAg SightAra
A Ag the situation becames more grave graveIt gr8eI graveIt
It I is I made evident to the shrewdest shrewdestleaders 8hrewde5tI shrewdestloaders
leaders I that the best solution will be bethe hethe bethe
the formation of another party which whichwfl whichwI whichwill
will probably be called < lIed the t e progressives progressivesTfct progressivesTt MOgree5tvestJIIoaIsu
Tfct Unionists < party is putting tUnc up the thebest thebest thebest
best n fight Uit t possible although many of itseadhte its itsteadtoe itsIeatitnc
teadtoe members J ftDbers admit that the possibWty possi possibility 10961DlUtY ¬
bility of victory rletOI at the polls IIs in the general gen general general ¬
eral election Is slight slightThe 81 slightThe bt btThe
The real hope of the Unionist party it itis It1Jaid ittd
is said lie in the d developments eIopnteDts which whichwill whichwi whichwill
will wi follow the election electionThe eleetloRTbtf electionThe
The present crisis c marks the beIn beInning be beEi beEi1IIDc i intoe
ntoe of the Merest bl btg eet political evolution in
Great Britain The failure of the con conatHvtloaaa COftI conetitutioiW
atHvtloaaa I t1ItIoJ I conference was the thh wiping wipingertol wiptnraway
ay ot the last bar to a new and pow powoctet
octet fal party which nlch will draw from the theranks theran theranks
ranks ran of all th the old parties imrtlesBalfeur partiesBalfeur
Balfeur 1fear Speech Beomed BeomedCopies BeomedCopies
Copies of o exPremier Baifours great greatspeech greatspeech
speech In which he scored 8CCtre the house of oflords ofJonis oflords
lords for the th uselessness 1I8e1e ne s of e many man of its itsmember ItsMeaMen itsmembers
member has been printed prined in pamphlet pamphletform pamphletform pamphletform
form and today copies were distributed cH ributed
literally ttfrerallyThe literallyThe therafyThe
The trades unions were alarmed to tod toy
d dny y by hYa a report that Kin King George se had hadrescinded hadftSdDded hadrescinded
rescinded his intention of postponing JO tponlng
the s general neral elections until unt next > > ext year It Itwas ItWAS Itwas
was said that the th King KIn had decided to tocall tocall tocall
call elections In December I > ecemter on account accountof accountof accountof
of holding Boldin them in 8 a coronation year yearHEPTASOPHS yearHEPTASOPHS yearHEPTASOPHS
HEPTASOPHS MEET MEETAGAIN MEETAGAIN MEETAGAIN
AGAIN IN DECEMBER DECEiIBERTbe
The next JDetfn meeting of the Improved ImprovedOrder ImprovedOnIer ImprovedOrder
Order of Heptsopbs a a newly ewly organ organi organIaed organised
i Iaed ed fratem fraternal I body 1 o4y will be Held at attn atue atthe
tn ue Typographic T raplrlCl Temple 42S5 G Gtreet Gatreet Gstreet
street northw IHKUnveet et OR Monday X0R 8 evening
December IS itThe ISThe 1 1The
The Heptagopfc Fraternal Associa Association Aesoclation Aasoclatlol1 ¬
tion held its first meeting last Mon Montlay ¬
day evening wh when a the t 8 following of ofc o
fieers c rs were elected electedA
A B Claxton of HyattsvIIle Md Mdpresident aidpresident rId rIdpresident
president F H Buechler first vice vicepresident vicepresident vicepresident
president C C Beverid Beveridge e second secondtary secondvice secondvice
t vice president G A Pettey secre
tary G A Annndale treasurer treasur r S
J VTynum yman sergreantatarnis serg ntatarms The Theexecutive Thetxecuthe Theexecutive
executive committee consists of E T
Kltenbach C C C Beveridse J P PI
Greeley Gr ele Dr Ohlendorf and Mr Fos ¬
I ter
ENGLANO tl 1 mm RELEAS RELEASESi19 S
119 19 SUFFRAGETTES SUFFRAGETTESGovernment SUFFRAGETTESGovernment
Government Finds Prosecu Prosecution Prosecution Prosecution ¬
tion Useless and Adopts AdoptsNew AdoptsNev AdoptsNew
New Policy PolicyLONDON PolicyLONDON PolicyLONDON
LONDON Kaj K Ne ILThe The gaveraaMitt gaveraaMitthas g II IIJIas sums tt tthas
has learned a l laooan eesei as tile reaMfe of ofthe orthe ofthe
the prominence the sMttrageUes IMI < < rset1e star f to totheir totkelr totheir
their members menM < < s who have e served MrYe4Isente prison prisonsentences prisonsentences
sentences sentencesHereafter sente sentencesHereafter ee eeHereafter
Hereafter whenever no serious > > o egcact eCweIe egcactte ese eseIs
te cammiUed ctmDIStt 4 there t ele will be I e no notioR JIINMCU JIINMCUtlo
F
tioR tlo of woman arrested for prtieipt prtieipting parddpatlag tWtI pat patI
lag I In demonstrations This was w Indi Mdicated Indicated 1 dI dIeated ¬
cated toda tod w when the women arrested arrestedduring arresteddurlQ arrestedduring
during durlQ yesterdays y ye tentavs outbreaks tbrk about aI OIIt the theparliament therUamert theparliament
parliament rUamert building were ele relea released ed after afterbeing afterbeln afterbeing
being beln a arraignedThere arraigned arraignedTlMre = raiDed raiDedThcre
There were 119 women brought br At into intothe latothe intothe
the Bow street court when it opened epenedt openedtoday openedtoday
t today After they had answered D Werelll to their theirnames tItelrnames theirnames
names the prosecutor announced aRDCMUIe thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the government had decided the public publicdictated publicdictated HIDIJc HIDIJcdictated
dictated the wisdom of dtemieeiiig diemt eiIIg the thecapes thecases
I capes ca and this was Immediately Imt edt tel done doneIt 8oDeIt doneIt
It 19 generally believed that the govern government J gsernmeat MerD MerDment
ment is wilting to put up with riots in inpreference Inpretere inpreference
preference pretere to holding a horde of women womensuffragettes wemensutrragett womensuffragettes
suffragettes in prison K1fon and being 1Mt g com compelled eompeJIed compelled ¬
pelled to feed them themLECTURE themLECTURE themLECTURE
LECTURE ON DIVORCES DIVORCESFlaylc7 DIVORCESFJayJ DIVORCESFIaylnw
Flaylc7 FJayJ the modern theory UtetK sad pear practice peartics llaC llaCtlee ¬
tics llvorce 1 vorce A A Leftwfefc Sinclair Sinclairspotn SlReiahspoh Sinclairspoh
spoh liefore eore efore the Mens Club at the theFeujvijy theFounry theFou
Feujvijy Fou dy 3 x E Eo Church test night on onHuiband onH onHu
Hu Huiband H band and Wife Mr Sfadair Sfadairgave Stadakgave Stoeiahgave
gave several illustrations of the work workIng Wwttlog ivorkleg
log of the divorce mttte in the United UnitedStates UlllteolState Unitedstates
States and then t en drew tire parallel eases CIII tE tr trsnow tp tpshow toshow
snow show that divorce is isabroad better regulatedabroad regulated re ed edaW841
abroad abroadI aW841MOST
I J MOST OST CERTAIN ERTAIN WAY TO TOi T TEND
i END A SEVERE COLD COLDSurely COLDSurely COLDSurely
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Surely breaks the most stubborn stubborncoki stubborncold sti orn orncold
cold and ends Grippe misery miseryin
in Just a few hours hoursIt
It is a a positive fact that a a dose of ofPapes e ePapes ofPages
Papes Cold CoI Compound takeR vevery veverytwo every everytwo verT verTtwo
two l bears o rs until three consecutive ooasecativedoses consecutivedoses tlYe tlYed5e5
doses are taken will cure Grips or orbreak orbre orbreak
break bre k up the most severe coW either eitherin eitherin eitherin
in the head chest c est back stona stomach h or orlimbs orlimbs orlimbs
limbs limbsYou limbsYou limbsYou
You distinctly i feel e l the cold coWereaklDS breaking breakingand breakingand
I and all the t e disagreeable grippe symp symptoms symptoms symptoms ¬
j toms leaving after the very first dose doseIt d dIt doseIt
It promptly ends nti the most JJliserDIheadache miserableheadache miserable miserableheadache
headache neuralgia pains p DB dullness dullnesshead dUaeS8head dullnesshead
head and nose staffed up uP feverishness feverishnesssneezing feverJsIIaesssneezing feverishnesssneezing
sneezing sore throat thro t running of the thenose thenose thenose
nose mucous catarrbal discharges dischargessoreness dtse dischargessoreness arges argesser
soreness ser stiffness and Dd rheumatic rheumatictwinges r rheumatictwinges elUBlLtic elUBlLtictwinges
twinges twingesPapes twingesPapes twingesPapes
Papes Cold Compound is the result resultof resultor resultof
of three years research at a a cost of ofmore o omore ofmore
more than fifty thousand dollars and andcontains andcontaIns andcontains
contains no quinine which we have haveconclusivelY haveconclusively nave naveconclusively
conclusively demonstrated is not ef effective effective effective ¬
fective in the treatment of coWs co1 s or orgrippe orgrippe orgrippe
grippe grippeTake grippeTake grippeTake
Take this harmless Compound as asdirected asdirected S Sdirected
directed with the knowledge that tliatthere thatthere thatthere
there is no other medicine made any anywhere anywhere anywhere ¬
where else In the world which will willi willcure willcure
i cure your our cold or end Grippe misery miserylas mlser mlseras miseryas
las as promptly and without any other otherassistance othE othEassistance otherassistance
assistance or bad aftereffects as a acent 25 25cent a acent
cent package of Papes Cold Com Compound Compound Compound ¬
pound which any druggist In the theworld theworld theworld
world can supply
I lAmAn lAmAntom Am An
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I Expert ExpertI r rDentist
I Dentist DentistI
I I And have had many yearsexperience years yearsexperience
I experience in highgrade highgradedental hi highgradsdental hgrade hgradedental
dental work I do not ex experiment exI ext ¬
I periment pe ment with your teeth I IKNOW II II
I KN KNOW OV HOW HO r to treat them themscientifically themMy
1 scientifically My la laEVER methods cause you NO PAIN WHAT WHATEVER VHATEVER ¬
EVER and I make your teeth sound and beautiful at very small smallcost smallI
i I cost to you And I give you the privilege privite e of strikingly EASYTERMS EASY EASYTERMS EASYi
i TERMS See me today todayPatent todavI today todayen
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Largest and Most 3IoJ lost Thoroughly Tborou ly Equipped Parlors In Washington WashingtonAppointment WashingtonAppointments VsAhlngtonAppointment
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We keep k ep oprn until S p m for the accommodation of those who tvliocannot whoeno rhocannot
cannot eno come during rI the day Sunday S hours 1O to 4 4PHILADELPHIA 1BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE t OFFICE iJ E fl West Lexington I O Street StreetPIIILADELPHLt J r t tPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE S 13 Cor Eighth and Market Streets StreetsWhen StreetsWhen
When coming to my office always be sure sureyou
C A U1ilTiirON you ou are in the right place pl ce Remember the thename thename thename I
name Dr Wyeth and the number 427423 4274237th I k7494th 14
7th 4 th street l
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The bearing of children is isfrequently isfrequently lefrequently
frequently followed by poor poorhealth poorhealth poorhealth
health for the mother This Thissupreme Thissupreme Thissupreme
supreme crisis of life fix finding ding
her physical system unpre unprepared unprepared unprepared ¬
pared or the demands of na nature nature natare ¬
ture leaves her with weakened weakenedresistive weakenedresistive weakenedresistive
resistive powers and sometimes sometimeschronic sometimeschronic sometimeschronic
chronic ailments = This can be oe avoided if Mothers Friend is used beforethe beforethe before beforethe
the coming of baby and the healthy woman can remain a a healthy mother motherIt motherIt motherIt
It is the only remedy r < medy that perfectly and thoroughly prepares the system sysSemfor sy5 systemfor em emfor
for healthy motherhood and brings about a natural and easy consummation consummationof
of the term Women who use Mothers Friend recover mere quicldy and andwith 2Il 2Ilmth andwith
with no ill effects or chronic troubles Every expectant mother should shoddsafeguard shouldsafeguard shouldsafeguard
safeguard her health by using us using using ¬
ing Mothers Friend This Thismedicine Thismedicine Thismedicine
medicine is for sale at drug drugstores drugstores drugstores
stores Write fcr free book bootfor bookfor bookfor
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