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.4 - TE WPE uIEXPECTEDC d/ER..FRC THE LAS .PA, Eveln Nbbit lay Jack liffrd; Sys H Cos He Ov-$9 000 "SoJac Clffr has a htu ih.wiht a me fo my Arnak cap ha he'sidE ly and 191 . Hews nepesv havel yutof Nhesbitperty. ''eatrck Clbyiffgdthataprop Coy egstdi Herna-me.100,000 himth me sy thio pack for iand I ---- cost.me 100.O0 urin 196, 117.ment at 201 West Fifty-fourth stre t. She produced reams of papers. for ho and 918 Hewan n epenivemost part bills, that she had paid for luxry.I pid ll is ill, ad watJack Clifford. Most of the bills were Is mre Ipaidfor he cmp fomdated after the period metioned in whi~ h sas h wil br m wih aClifford's divorce proceedings athen sbotan.Thecam in ineandI wll he is alleged to have misconducted havehimput ff he popety. herself with'Mugene istrong, an actor "Hetrikedme y )vin tht pop-now playing with Valeaka Suratt in ertyregsterd I hisnam. I avevaudeville. have the checks made out by me to LOV~E AND DANK BOOK. him and cleared through the Lincoln There was a long lint of hills from Trust Company. The records show .Mur'rsy's 11otel and restaurant, where what the checks were for." Mias Nesbit showed the checkn. She ('lifford lived ini February and March. was an extremely engry woman, as she 1818,. ococupying Miss Neabit's apart strolll about her beautiful apart. wnt. Clifford'a hotel expennes then How Nuxated Iron Feeds The Blood Helps Restore Wasted Tissues and Give lncreased Strength, Power and Endurance "Without iron here can be no strong, sturdy men, or healthy rosy eheeked women," says Dr. Ferdinand King, Newv York Physician and Medical Author. Iron Is red 'blood THE TEST 'THAT TELLS food, and wheu the iron in youir - blood runs low your red blood i OAaenlsr f3orcn corpuoeles die by millions, the ~ ~ 3orlo on n e itrength goes from your'body, tihe olwn tC.yOref&e h, color frgmn your face- -that mirror a'ypcnokniowaju of ypuself-and youar every action NuaeIrnteetmerly ltain power.- afrmelfo-towe.Thn lacks t ymest youength aain and see Actual blood teats show that a homuhIUavgie. treme gduply larv nume of 1eople who ie weak an Iill -~lt iron in Bly ep richin~g the blood and crest their blood and that t e~y are ill ing nie red blood cells. Nexated I ron ror no other reason than lsek of streriathenn the nerves, rebuilds te iron, iron deficiency paralvaes. weakent-d tissues and help to insil healthy. forceful action. o ullis down renewed energy and pow intoth the whole organism and weaktens the whole system. * ntire system. A pale face, a ner"- tinlike the older inorganic iron aus hrritdtle disposition, a lack of produtlj Ntixated Iron is easily as teflthand endurRace and the. in- aimilated. does not in jure the teeth, ge ltyo cope with the string vig- make then black nor upset the slo ereus folks In the race of life--the-s. mach. The matnufacturers guarant'. era thy or of wArltung niensls thnt suee msath1 and entire v natinfa.ctorv 'atar~ gves whew lt blo istd ly CVhI r ure o erotr t ey .tneetinm fr want of iron. nonsed by all good druggitt. FOLLIES 01 PRIST TARS OT T AI/EETE UI POTGE1LE . . Jn 2. Heesa hne o om opl bu to e arie t diveal tei pos petierettrube6 a. Fathr Aber F.Rvrpatroh Churh ofthe ssu ptin.none cherge, prohance anr slaoe cpeptbon, and bel mare o year's rall her pany ptihe rpen.tobe w Neabthe eto p.rivershe paido o the Churchofte 'the Allegediondiacreunond tharge becuy Clrdage aint bs een phfm, l ced in edearingfu terms. he will maryve ou alwaype"ishinre quarent provide. and elbont reptiobe. andwil ey wote year'srnta "foe any avilae res.-idec here selete byn throupnkfrle".'tin helt ra wabot$5 aw gwngtoek adnk tor "esi lhoedaho.wn to prv h athemn. bir. He ascecived ltt he gotth altcherin endoking rurat aunt passae. andalary Thetruthr. 191otthe woteacosei love from kiseks. The salaridyo go pi to min aI was orever wrting hecak for Clifford. Florens Zeclaeld thot e gotath itheouricl." in ororc an't paid m salry.ouhu.rut is y ot they contat. Her is nt fomt woes Thn $a00ra was. paid toif aord ad fevon writing weks forh wasfrd th locren." fl roem redit yoelfonned "oute wate manaes notgested more tanthe areer. Myai clif tracssalra ey Nesbit conindd dancing partner.' "The plaeg at Upper Chateaugay lAke belongs to me. and that fact will be .very clearly demonstrated in court. I did go up there the other day out of curiosity more than any thing else. I suspected there was a woman on the ,place; yes, one of the two I have hath1ed in my suit for divorce. Clifford says he threat. ened to shoot if 7 crossed the lake. He is ridiculous. J went up with H. A. Htrong-s-o, not Eugene strong, who is named as the co-respondent who acted in a legal capacity. Louis P'ilcer, brother of Harry Pilcer, mat us st the hotel at Merrill. JOet across the lake fromn my plae. Harry told us Clifford ha4.a guti and that he 'wquid *aboot. LUER TUBE MO~lIsu. "We equidn't get # motorboat asi had to row aefos. Wen we got STHE~ PASE A ~lie DWIVm ' / 1 Y OQ, Jo you within view of the shore there was Clifford strutting up and down. He presented a funny picture, if you have sense of humor. He was loaded down with a heavy cartridge belt, just jakimed with ammunition, and at his right hip was slung a tremendous gun. He looked for all the world like a cheap imitation of William S. Hart. "We pulled the boat up on the shore and I approached Clifford. One would naturally expect a threat un der the circumstance, but on the con trary, he said. 'How do you do?' I said, 'It's a lovely day.' He pulled the gun out of the holster and ran over and locked the door of the camp. I said, 'What's the ideai' He replied. 'Nobody gets into this camp.' I said. 'I have a perfect right to stay here. It's my camp.' He said. 'Nobody is going to clay here.' But I put my suit case downt and said. 'F~or heaven's sake. Jac'k, take off the camouflage. You would if you knew how runny you looked.' "Mr. Strong got 'out of the boat and joined us. I introduced him. It was a twister for Clifford. He must have thought it was IEugene Strong. the co-respondent. Mr. Strong pit out his hand and C'lifford shook 4t. 1 didn't figure' in the conversation si all for a while. Mr. Strong said, 'This is a beautiful place you have hi.re; I'd like to see more of it.' t'lifford said, 'Ali right,' and unlocked ih' doore and teok us both through ic house. It looked terrible- dirty 'nd without furniture. You know. T re plevined the furniture and had it taken away." "A REC'ONt~IATION!I" "Did -.ou go up to seek a recen ciliationi" Miss Nesbit was aske.. She bounded like a rubber ball from the couch on which she was sittinr. "A reconciliatIon'" she Fang. "1I should say not. Nobody can cihi at me out of miy property, and nobody strike my son Russell and. get sway with it. He did strike Russell. Thrt was the finish, it was the cliax la many Indignities." Russell is nlow nine years old. lHe is a baseb'alI fiend, and was playing the game on the street under the' window. HUNT ESCAPED CONVICT. - 7ARRW#OWN, N. Y., .June 27.--Tne eatate of John D. Rockefeller at Pr. cantico Hills was the scene of a man hunt with bloqdhounde last night. A posse di nearly twenty men, including six maembers of the State constabu lary. all heavily armed, was searching for Frank McCord, an escaped pris oner from the West chester county jail. POMERENE IS CHOSEN. SAN FRANqClR(O, June 27.--On delegates lb the national liemocrntle convention in caucus lnst night uinen Imously elected 14enator Alee Pni.ut rene as their representative on tio' resolutions committee. Opposition in Pemer...enad to r., ... an . fi . ~ING SHOW By ' Washington Boy Scouts had the time of their lives yesterday. The Boy Scout camp Theodore Roosevelt was officially opened for the 1920 season, and a bunch of boys. all, in their khaki garb, arrived there early in the morning, immediately starting the day's activitiep. (Games were play'ed. lessons in scoutcraft and wooderaft were given. and when the "official bugler' of the camp Hounded the mess vall, a flock of half-starved boys responded. Around noontime, anyone passing the mess tent wouldl have thought those fellows hadn't had anything to eat for a week, but in reality they were just putting away a "light" lunch. after the morning exew ices. Dish after dish1 o(f food dlisaipeared am if by magic. which went a long way to show that the boys were perfectly satisfied with the new cook. who hiad been loaned by the United States Ma rine Barracks. The afternoon was tnkeh up by hikes. .swims, games. etc., and when supper was ready and the ('ook step ped out of "the most tho'ught-of place in camp" and in his big bags voice shouted to the bugler to tall the boys to "conme and get it." the mess house was packed In ten minutes. (Campfire st ies were the feature of the evening, and wh~n "taps was sounded on theii still night air a nunm ber of tired boys sought th~eir bunks. and as they Iay' there gaging out at the starry sky, the ripple of the Chesapeake making mnusi(' ini their earn, their 'eyes slowly closed and they dreamed of the good times that are to come during their stay at the camp. Scout headquarter. announced that inew sending andl receiving wireless Sth has been installed at ('amp Rioose velt. F'ive boats havn also beeni co ured for camp service, and a library of 100 books from the l'ubhli' Laibrary will lure many' bookworms Into the reading room. C. Raymond D~urling. sixteen years old, of hscout Troop No. 02, Baltimore, has. been selected to represent that city In the internationlal scout meet to be held In l~ondon in the near future,' aecording to word received from THaltimore today. .lames i. West. chief scout cNe'nutive' of the Roy SCouuts oif America. will Recom-. pany the boys from the linited States who will atienid the meet, 'Troop 10i celebrated the winning of the trophy 'uap and the fIeld day treet wit - hbannuiet rently .t the tro.. -By Hfanlor 0t * wI.wED GE1WRDT -1H*QMN GCIVTIESP I~ 1Wash ington 'BOB." headquarters, the Ninth Street Chris tian Church, Ninth and D,~ streeta northiieast. The troop was complimented on its high standing in scouting-it, having one Eagle, eleven Life and Star scouts, all won during the advagee ment contest - by Mr. Hell, deputy commissioner of Division No. 1. Prizes won during the individual advancement contest within the troop were presented by $coutmaster A. L. lHowman. The winners were: First prizec. two weeks at Camp Roosevelt. Alfred D~eGrootz; and second prize. one' week at the scout camp, Latng horne Price. Addresses were delivered by the Rev. George A. Miller. JT. A. Scott. sr.; 1V. A. Carpenter. Mr. iteil, and J. T. K. Plant. field executive of. the Boy Scouts. Among those present were Mrs. A. L. Bowman. Misses Imogene .lohnston. Mildred Htewes, Etta Webb. Ethel Harris, and Margaret Foster. A lawn fete and band concert wats given for the benefit of the Boy Scout Hland at Sixth Street and North fCaro lina avenue southeast. Friday ee ning. There was plenty of ice cre.i, lemonade, cake, candy, fruit, peanuitA and grab-bags, and everybody had a hang-up time. The proceeds from the fete will be uased to send the membere of the lland to Quantico, Va., for a two-week camping trip) in August. 1'resident Colin Livingston. of thi Uloy Scout. of America, has just re eelved a lettef from the editor of the Missouri Parmer, urging that 140) ADVERTISEMENT Proper Thing Now Is to Peel Off Soiled Skin Thnse who abhor sticky, greasy, shiny stremnke"l enmplexiona ahnuld religiousal avnid creams. gimwders and rougen during the heated days. There's no need fot them. nnyway, since the vIrtues of meren limed wax have beenme known. No amnuni of perspiratinn will produce any evidener that you,'ve been using the wax. A. it i applIed at bedtime aned washed off in the morning, the completion never looks like a make-Up. Mercoli ed wax gradiually takes off a bad compe lxon. Instead of adding anythIng to micke it worse. It haes none of the disedvasntae of enamnetien andl accomnplishea meutech nere in keeing the enm~lexllI beeautifully white. rattny andi -nuthfetl, free frnme freceklem. Iuimesc, hintirhem andi other blemiShes. .lunt get an ounce of it at your druggist's andi nee what a few dlays' treapnent will do. Use. lke cohi cr..inm CwrT Me Mow L Dow -P TA REFSED Tro FIX. tS Scouts- be asked to Inaugurate a na- 0 tion-wide paper saving campaign to"INDA AM 98 tide the country -over' it# preent shortage, according to word just re ceived from Boys' Life Magasin<-. He SY R NR-VODY sugfgests that the money earnod by the Scouts from selling papers "b ege egrRaiyRasQ" used toward summer encampments or to equip troop headquarters. to nLwVk u ELECTI ATMOSPHlERE da n lm a h ls fee STA S MOTOR CARS fre ti l D)ELPHOS, Kan., June 27,.-Several akdi eylwvie moo ascuh i eeeds stor her th othr da, msterous ly "ent ead andther drver wereunabe tostar hem Anivstgto di.oe4ta h cas ee n narawhreteat AN FRNI, Ca. Jn 2. /h GeriIeeaioacsls nigt lecedP.A. toal pemaen chiran W.D ndrsn'asnae chaiman f th reslutins cmmit taronwd chapirangh cmmaitoeV hf fuD shotaeacorin t wrdJut S AYS PRISONER; iO DAYS the cous fom ellng apes ~ Alleged Beggar Readily Hear. Ques usedtowrd ummr enampent or tion in Low Voice Put to euip roopheaduartrs.y Judge. - DETROIT, June 27.-That he was ELECRIC T~uSHERE deaf and dumb was the plea offered in5 court by Walter Stanley as an. ex STALLS MOTO for begging, until His Honor l)ELHOSKan. Jue 27-Sevralasked in a very low voice. moto car caght n a evee dut "Were you in the service?" adom ereth oterday msteios "Yes, Your Honor," the dumb - lv "entdea" ad teirdrierssaid quickly. "And I'm a member were nabl to sart hem.the American Legion, too . I Aninvetiga~ondiscosedthatthe In that case we will adjourn your carswer in n aea heretheat-case until MajoF Roehi, of the Amer? mospere as eaviy srchagedican Legion, irnvestlgates your ree witheletriity Allmetl prtsord," the court decided. abou thm ha beomeelecrifed. The investigation developed Ihat ________________Stanley had never been in the icr ve. He was sentenced to . sixty dasin the house of correction with SAN RANJ~CO Ca., Jne 7.-out the alternatitve of a fine. The eoria dlegtio cauus ~it Stariley was arrested on Gratiot nigt eectd P A.Stoailperarsntavenue while he wans asking aims on charma. W D.Andrso wa na~eda plea of being deaf and dumb be ohaima~ ofthereslutonscomit-cause of a "recent accident." Ho hat teeAlbrt owel, J., haim~a ofcollected S15 when the officer arr.st thecreental comitee an Ogened him. On, the typewritten plea h. Parons chirmn o th comitC~gave his name as Michael O'Day. of on rules. Denver. Special Low Prices on Shoe -Repairing ALL THUS WEEK sed . ... ... *AAAMen's and Women's K.$4 s00 1u.u Rube Hel........I Hel... ...-- . .S Soles....... Neolin Whole Soles and Heels. .. .Y * Th50 8pecalfe secid t. 92 th Sat.i N.WSoany ?cAc bi Waiag urefmm thia wew.