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? Blue Ribbon The Beer of Quality A'N order for Pabst "Blue Ribbon" Beer carries with it the distinction of quality and good taste. Served with your lunch or dinner. Blue Ribbon lends zesfcanxi refreshment most satisfying Every bottle is worthy of your table. Bottled only at the brewery in crystal clear bottles, showing at a glance that tt is . clean and pure. Lisbon. Portugal. July 8.?.Sporadic royalist uttcmpts. with a view ^to the, restoration of tho Portuguese monar? chy, conlnue to he made in various part* of northern Portugal. A number of royalists tried to-'lay to , dynamite a bridge over the rl\er Mlnho, near the town or Camlnha, but causer) only slight ?1?triage. Although many of the royalists have been subdued or arrested, two Impor? tant detachments still maintain activ? ity, one la commanded by Capt. Cou-1 eclpo. with headquarters near the town of Uentclegre. The men are well aru.ed With r.flcr,. revolvers ;.cd knives. A second force of monarchists, ac? cord. nK to the lant repo.t received, was inarching from Verln to Chavez In the province of Trax-Os-Montes, The government, which icrnalns In session night and day, is rushing tro ips and war vessels to the north. No royalist movement h-s broken out yet either In Lisbon, Oporto, but | the government, fearing an outbreak at Oporto, la concentrating a. large force there an! Is distributing other tri ips along the frontier. Warships at Oporto, .ne battleship Basco de 'Jama, carry? ing troops and machine guns, and the cruisers Kepubilca and Almlrante Heia have arrived at Oporto The telegraph wires have been cut between Braga and Via-nna, do Casteilo and the Sspozende r??lron<l has been cut. and blocked with , timber at Barrellcs. where martial law has oaen procialmeri. At Morslra de Key the population has ra:sed royal Standards on the houses and joined the rebels In a tight with thf, republican guard during which many of each fac? tion wero killed or wounded. An attack on Valenca de Mlnr.o by a force of royaJIats. led by Captain Hepulveda. formerly ai d to Queen il:. rla Pia, was repulsed. The captn'n, thirteen other officers and forty of the| royalist troops recreate! across the in-i t-i national bridge u%?r the Mlnho, where the; fell into tilt arms of the Spanish troops and were arrested Oth-! era escaped by swlmm'jig the river. ! It is alleged here that the CarllsC leaders In Spain are, secretly helping' the Portuguese royal l-its, ?rid that many of them are now In Portugal endeavoring to spteed the m->t.ar-bi?'. revolt. EXPIATE C?KS IN ELECTRIC CHAIR Osslnlng. N. T.. July 8.?Three men.l Gulseppe Clrolll. George Williams, a' negro, and Kants Zanza, were put to! death In the electric chair In quick I succession at King Slug prison this' morning n the order named. All were' convcted murderers. Clrolll walked to the chair with head erect and knelt In] ireyer Just before he was seated for his doom. The other two men showed less composure, and Zanza had to bo! carried and assisted to the chair. Zanza was one of the band ot slxl Italians convicted of the murder of! iire. Mary Hall, wife of Henry Hall, a] euparintendent of construction on the Croton aqueduct, In a lonely farmhoube ut Griffith's Corners. Wcatchester coun? ty, on November i. lall. Hla tlve com-i pajlons In crime are to be executed; during the week of Ausust 13, Zanr.n Confesses Crime. Ir. a letter to Governor Dlx, Zanza confessed the actual murder of Mrs.; Hall, but claimed he was forcad to kill: her by Angelo Guisto, who had accom-l rtnled him to Mrs. Hall's room and who threatened to shoot nlm unless r.e. obeyed. George Williams, the negro, was convicted on circumstantial evidence of the murder of Charles Conklln, .?tatlon agent of the New York Cen? tral Hallroad at Croton Lake, on the night of April S, 1611. Trouble Over Mncnroal. Clrolll stabbed Nicola Paulo on Februarj' 1911, in a shack on the Hill view lieservotr at Yonkers. Paulo died two days later. Four Italians wore in the party and trouble arose over the cooking of macaroni. Clrolll threatened to kl'.l them ail and stnbbf-sl one of the j,ar*jK Paulo attempted to Interfere and was killed. Clrolll contended ho was Intoxicated and was not responsible for tho crime. IIIS SIXTH MARRIAGE. Seventy?Ycar-Old Bridegroom nnpea It I? HU Last, Jeffersonvllle, Ind. July 8.?"I hope this girl will stay with me until I die." said seventy-year-old Benjamin F. Panders, of Louisville, Ky? yesterday, nfter he was married to bis sixth wife, Mr? Mary Plxon, about tho s.im<> age, yesterday afternoon. "I have burjed four ns good women as ever lived, and staved with them to the last, laying each away decently. Tho fifth woman I took for rt wife did not suit and we were divorced." ?With the addition of hla wife's three ton' Sanders heads a Republican vot? ing phalanx of twenty-seven, which will be for Roosevelt, If he runs; If not. for Wilson nnd Marshall, ?tan ders Is a retired farmer. SEF1 XOnTIIRAST tint til. German F.ipedltlon will Alm tu rind Passnge Between Atlantic mut Poelfle. Chicago. July fi.?A special dispatch from Herlin to the Pally NetCMI says that, under, the direction of a number of eminent explorers and geographers of Germany, plans are being perfected for a nexpedit'on having as Its ob joct the discovery or a northeast pas rage connecting the Atlantic, and the Pacific. This expedition into the Arctic ocean and along the Siberian const, will be headed by Lieutenant Schroedcr Strut, the German explorer. Tt will ho the largest of Its kind ever organized and will remain In the arctic regions for four yen is. The cost of the undertaking 's es? timated at J.fioo.oon marks (Jiso.nnoi, n large part of which sum already has heen raised. i The promoters of the project are confident thnt a commercially pr.ieti o&hia route can bo found. They pre mm mm m n arc TUE WILLIAMSBURG BRIDGE, over the East River, connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn boroughs, New York City, is the biggest suspension bridge in the world, surpassing the older and more celebrated Brooklyn Bridge in many ways. The Williamsburg Bridge is -. }o8 feet lorig, I iS wide; lias two roadways and two foot walks, accommodating pedestrians, vehicles, surface cars and elevated cars; height r f su pension towers above Ivtgh water-mark, 332 feet; length of wire in the four suspension cables, 17.404 miles; weight of structural steel and iron, 43,300 tons. Total cost, *>23.100,000.00. The big package of Washington Crisps is, likewise, the biggest thing; of its kind in the world: /T"'"" ~""' ?tv!'7 supreme quality- of toasted cobn flaxes..in AMEt?iCAvrAHD. THAN IN ANY OTHER CEREAL FOOD PACKAGE The SUPREME quality of Washington Crisps is absolutely beyond question, being made from the finest white corn grown in the great Corn Belt of the United States, with pure cane sugar and salt added. They are thoroughly steam cooked, toasted, deliciously crisp, and arc ready to serve. On every package is the unqualified GUARANTEE of the manufacturer that every ingredient in is of as HIGH QUALITY as the ingredients used in the manufacture of Cereal Poods of ANY other make, REGARDLESS OE THE COST; and the further GUARANTEE that Washington Crisps are made under THE MOST PERFECT SANITARY CONDI? TIONS POSSIBLE TO CREATE, IN MILLS THAT ARE SPOTLESSLY CLEAN, AND BY HIGH-CLASS SKILLED WORKMEN. Washington Crisps, during all the processes of manufacture, from flaking to packing, never touch human hands?everything is done by automatic machinery. The fact that the 250,000 retail Grocers in America are supplying, and cordially recommending Washington Crisps, which the Grocers know are the SUPREME quality of toasted corn Hakes, in America, proves that the Grocers are anxious to assist the public to reduce the HIGH cost ot living Washington Crisps cut off one^third of the HIGH cost of living, so far as cereal food is concerned, and both merchant and consumer instantly recognized this?hence our big sales of SUPREME quality Washington Crisps to millions and millions of Americans. Every family in America, which REALLY wants to REDUCE THE HIGH COST OF LIVING, should support, by their patronage and influence, PURE food mills which give MORE pure food, of SUPREME quality, for the same money. WASHINGTON CRISPS are Handsomest Food Package in America T~o tepcfta portra.ti ol Gcefffl WiiMnftc:. on o cry pickaxe, in colon, Lt.iitox; nmth to First in the HOMES of his Countrymen The SUPREME quality of toasted com Hikes, in America. 99 die: that the result of the expedition J will be of great economic as well as scientific value, us an Arctic passage from Kurope to the Orient, would be shorter than the route by way of Suez Or Panama. The expedition Is expect ed to start In the spring of next year. Kills < htldreu and Self. "tVestchester, Pa., July S.?I)espon detit from Illness. Mrs. Florence Boyd, aged forty-one years, killed herself nr.d two children, May, aged seven years, and Noble, aged flva yeara to? day at their home with Illuminating gns. Milady's Toilet Table Bv Mme. D'MILLE "Face powders now offer Inadequate protection. The hot ami burns and the shine of perspiration causes annoy? ance, Dissolve an original paoksge of mnvntone In a half pint of witch hazel and rub a little on the face each morn? ing. You will have n complexion pro? tector and beautlfjer far superior to anything else. May&tdno will not come off nor show like powder, and keeps the skin soft, fair and girlish looking. "Many suffer from Itching scalps In warm weather. A dry shampoo re? moves dust, dirt nnd excess oil; leaves the scalp clean, cool and refreshed, nnd the ha'.r light, wavy nnd beauti? fully lustrous. To make a perfect shampoo powder, mix four ounces of powdered orris root with nn original package of therox. Just sift a tea spoonful of this mixture on the head nnd brush It out thoroughly. "Wild hairs are n disfiguring blem? ish 'o .1 beautiful face. They can be easily, quickly nnd safely removed hy the use of delatOlte paste. Mix pow? dered delatone with enough water to cover the hair, apply, and after a min? ute or two rub off. w.tah the skin, nnd the hairs will be gone. elf the eyebrows nre thin nnd strag? gly, pyroxln should be applied with finger-tips, and they should )>,. brushed gently each day to train them to grow Into an inch PyrOXln will also make the lashes grow lonir and silky." C1t<5 ln?t.\nt Reil* I and Rapidly curtt GOUT. RHEUMATISM. RHEUMATIC GOUT. SCIATICA, LUMIJAGO Stops all pain In the head, face and limbs Al ?II Dnifzott, or bom Sil? Agenii E. FOUCKRA & CO.. Inc.. N. Y. Hopkins Furniture to., 7 West Broad St. Cash or Credit. ? nVFAM MORTALITY LOWER, Dwrtu-o tn New Vor k Uruili Rale Attributed to Bure Milk. New York, July S.?A report Issued t>y the Babies' Welfare .association shows that during the first week of July?the beginning ? ,ho pe^loi most dreaded by welfare workers?267 babies died in greater New York, as compared with 347 deaths In the same week a year ago. The suvlngr of lives Is attributed to tho work of the pure milk stations, which are now serving milk to 13.00'.? registered infants. MUNICIPAL LEAG1 B CONVENES. Mayor Alexander Makes Address of j Welcome ?u Los Angeles. I.us Angeles, Cat. July b.?Execu? tive Officers and members of subecm.- i mlttees of the National Municipal1 League were busy to-day completing Una! preparations for the organization to-iilKlu of the annual convention here. A parade of nil employes of the va- . rlotis municipal departments of Los I Angeles was held tills morning. Major Alexander. >.f Los Angeles j made tho address of welcome to-night. | to which Dr. Alberl B Hart, of Har? vard University, responded. Dr. Hart made the principal address to-night, his subject being "Expert city Gov? ernment." ??MOBY'S," \T YALE, >0 MORE. I'oiuout Student Chop limine ami Meet? ing Place < loses liuor?. New Haven. Conn.. July 8.?"Mory's." a chop house and student meeting place famous In Yale s"ng and story, has at last formally closed Its doors, and the little old frame building at Tempi.- and Centre Streets will bo torn down at once to make room for a business block. Yale men have met at "Mory's'' for more than half a century, and tho ?place had grown up to bo almost n part of the college, Loula l.'ndor. who has been proprietor for the past fj>ur t. en years, hopes to i\> able to repro? duce tho building in another section of the elty. At ".Mory's" durltig their college days gi.thcred man} students who have since becomo prominent, notably President Taft. The "Id building Is full Of relics of pile,less value to Yale men. URGES FOLLOWERS TO FLEE, Vollva Declares 7.1?" City Only will lip Spared Destruction, Chicago, 111., July B.?Wilbur Olenn Vollva, overseer of Zlon City, speaking last night at Centiwl Zlon Tabernacle here, predicted the "destruction of Chi? cago. New York ami other large cities and called on his followers to hurry- to oi|i ?q PtriOJH 'pin sou 'i[">|tr.v\ VjljQ l,0IZ only place spared When tho devasta? tion comes. Mod s Judgment is going to fall on the cities of (he nations." lies aid. "Yon must come nut of Babylon. There is no choice In the matter. I command you to come to Zlno Chicago will answer for rejecting TV. Alexander Pnwle. and you must be In Zlon City to escape," PUT PARTY'S FATE ?P TO PRESIDENT (Continued From First Page.) tlon In his present post as secretary to the President. Predictions were freely ma?io to-nlghl that tha chair? manship might not be settled for sov eral d.iys. livery man who might bo availably will be criticized before the subcommittee makes its unai decision, and all hi* strong points and all his weaknesses will be brought out. Presi? dent Taft woa said to be in a recep? tive mood, snd entirely willing to take any man who met with the approval of the subcommittee. The President was host to-night to the members of the subcommittee, und many of the leading Republicans of tiie country at an outdoor reception In the White House grounds. Making Iii? War Pinn-,. Oyster Hay. N. V, July ?.?Plans were outlined to-day whereby Colonel [ Roosevelt hopes to capture local or , State tickets from both the Democratic |and Republican panics in furtherance of his purpose to put the now third party on Its feel, it is proposed to execute the move within the party or? ganizations whore Hoosuvolt sentiment is strong enough to make such an at? tempt feasible. "In certain districts," said Colonel (loose velt, "fhe Republican nomina? tions will be captured for progressive . who will Support our canddiates for ebctor-!. In other districts this will be done through the Democratic Or? ganizations. "As the drst step In the plan, there is under preparation what will be, perhaps, the most elaborate political chart of a country ever inn le. Whon completed Colonel Roosevelt's organiz? ers win have data from every congros btonal district In the country regard? ing the strongth of the Roosevelt fol? lowing and lists of the bent available timber for the party among the work? er- and leading men lu business and the professions. This will ho Colonel Roosevelt's war map It will show liliu at a glance where the best Held lies in . ich Slat- and district for the success ..' Roosevelt electoral candidates, in some cases it Is hoped to airs like for fusion of the Independent und Repub? lican er Demooratlo tickets, provided the candidates on the local tickets will support the Roosevelt electors in ex? change for having the Roosevelt strength thrown to them." ST?RRISCH RAI) ITS PUNISHED. South Afriejso Heavyweight <?"??* Down ne (,,r Hiesrari. Jfaw Vork. July s?Frederick Storbeck, the South African haavywelght, went down be i'T.- .um Stewart, of Brooklyn, .it Mndiant: Square tiarden to-night. The bnul was senaduled to k-> ten rounds, but In the alxth round Storheck.i manager threw Up the ?pongc 10 aave his ninn from further pun? ishment. Storbe.y liod the better of the flrat round, but after that the flfht was Stewart's. The Brooklyn man (Ot to Storbeck with heart und itoraach punrr.?.i and s-.vlnRS Mi the head. and fought his roan to fi ?tnnd I ?tili. In the nflh round Storbeck wua knocked down three times The heft bout of the nlsht was t>ottve.:n Young Jack O'Brien, Of Philadelphia, and younic ilr.nvn, of New York, which went ten round?. It win ? hot flKhl all the wuy. The consensus of opinion was that O'Brien had far the better of the argument MII.SON AMI M.M1S11U.I CLUB ORGANIZER IN ALDBMARLE [Special to The Tlmes-ruspitrh. 1 Charlottesvllle. Va.. July S.?Democrats o.' Chsrlottesvllle, Alocmnrio county, and the University of Virginia held an enthusiastic nieetlns at th>- ?-ourthoiif,? to-nlslu and or rdnlsed a Wilson and Marshall Club with the following officers: Jamoa H. Lindsay, editor of the, Pally Prosress. president; Wil? liam It. Buke. ronn?r member of the House of Delegates, first vUs-preaJdent; Trof. Wil? liam m Mis, in if the Bnlveralty of vir KlnU Ux School, second vice-president. I,e? Hawkins, secretary; Thomas p. Peyton tr?ajuirrr. County Chairman John S. White railed the meotlnjr lo order, and addresses were ma !.? hi- Judge Archie r>. nnbney and others. Killed wiillc Making Bomb. Lisbon. July S.?A bomb exploded last right In a house here, mlowlng on1 the roof nnd killing a man nuni.-d Cunha, who recently was asquttted of a charge of sedition. Tlie police believe that Cunha was engager] In manufacturing bombs and that one of them went wrong as he was completing It. II IS FIELD DAY FOR JEMEN fContlnu?\l from K rst Bijjo I appoint a Western man as cumpnh :: manager, If his choice for national chairman should be nn Easterner. I also told him that over In New York we wore planning to get out and make a real campaign Ju?t as if we had to fight, Instead of being confident, as u ?? are, of t he result, "There Is no doubt about the out? come In New York. In mv opinion Roosovelt will hurt the Republic/in patty 90 per cent, and the Democratic, party 10 par cent." Mr. Mack was noncommittal con corning the Governor'! probable choice for chairman of the national commit? tee. SATISFACTION IS EASY Republicans Can (Jot What They Wunl !ly Voting for \\ ll*<iii.. Lansing, .Mich.. July ?.?fjov. Ch.is>* .S. Osborno. of Michigan, In a state? ment Issued late to-day. expresses thrt hope "all good Republicans will rcfuso to Join thji malcontents" In the forma? tion of a third party, which is being made by those who are not satisfied with Mr. Taft; that they can got ex? actly what they want by voting for Woodrow Wils m, The Governor's statement follows: "1 am not Inconsistent In the posi? tion I have taken that Reuubllcnns neod not bolt their party and will not be considered as having bolted if they vcae for Woodrow Wilson. Many of ib.- must prominent and Infiuant'al Democrats In the country did not voto for or support Mr. Bryan, "Thoy remained Democrats never? theless and are alt supporting V.'ood r. w Wilson now. I do not think n new party erected upon tho passion* of any number of men can live. When those who are righteously angry be? cause of the action at Chicago, come to their senses, they will dtsoovor that they are angry nt certain men In tho !:, publican party, and not the splen? did obi party Itself. "I wish to reassert and re-emphtslr.e that the Issue Is as clear as a deep toned bell. One half tho work neces? sary to create o now party directed to purify the Republican party w'll pro uu.-e tenfold better result*: "I hope all good Republicans will refu'e. to Join the malcontents tn a new party I do not mean by this that temporary measures should not bo taken to present tho nnme of Theodore Roosevelt and glvo people an oppor? tunity to vote for him, but whatever steps are taken to do this I hopo It will bo clearly understood that they are temporary. "Personally. I am stilt of the opinion thnt those who are not nullified vvith Mr. Taft enn get Just exactly what thoy desire by voting for Woodrow Wilson." "Now listen to me," said Judy to Punch, As they called to a waiter to order their lunch, "You can take it from me, it's a nice little hunch? Post Toasties with cream is the best in the bunch." Written by W. L. LORD, 605 Demonbretin St., NVhville, Tenn. One nf the 50 Jingles for which the Postum Co., Rattle Creek, Mich., paid $1000.00 in May.