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T II E l.s PAIIj V W OBLD, I ) N 1 1 S l) A h .1 I I. Y 1 9 1 ft TULSA JITNEYS TO 8E UNDER BOND CUue ;iiil Gregg UM ructt to Secure Information Prom Companies, il I. rill lll.nl'- i n hI National art i i a 1 Tusla jiim h win be placed under bond to guarantee the city agalnel damage suits, according i" tlon taken by the cltj commission rester- ilu v City Auditor Cllna and Commta gjontr t'url Gregg wore i iifat i u-1 . i to acure Information fr"m 1 panics us to the procedure token bj Other cltlea In bonding the Jit nay a Mini also i purred a recommendation iih in tiir amount al which tha bond hi. -, m be placed. it wan tin- Kinm' of i hr commission that tin' bond ahould not be fixed at n figure that would he prohibitive or run the Jitneys out of bualneaa, They im u iy dealra to take the atep s precautlonan measure, and it is likely that the same bond required from the jltneya will iilao be asked of the atreel cat eonipanlea, i ither I'ltlea w hi re i he bond pro vtalnn for jltneya hna been adopted have worked it successfulli and their action has been upheld by the hlghei courta, it yas pointed out by City attorney John n Ramsey that unlcaa ln delimit) bonds an' required from the borde of lltneya m Tulsa the rlli may have t" pa damagea, in the event of accident oi tin- other hand, ll I hi bonda are pui up, u will protect the iitv from mnii consequences in tho even! of accldenta to the jitneys. "JIM THE PENMAN" IS HELD BY POLICE FOR NEAR FORGERY thai Wrlghl Was III , it. .1 i he ' in-' 1 1 daring II had boon it Doty'n hlddlni in addition, Wrlghl admitted making an fforl i" paaa the phei k. Police have nol yel decided what ai in. ii to take agnlnal the i" nman, but in the meantlint he la being held i'ii- Inveatigatton, FIREMEN ARE GOING ON TWO WEEKS REST it s yai ation time In the city fire de partmi nt, 'no- firemen, four at a time, are drilling out of the city for a two wi i in, ' .ii atlon, And Ihej .in- Hated among the claai of peraona wh" spend their lima recreating without flnan Iclal loss fui their pay goes on Juhi I t ho ka mo. Bundai morning four firemen re turned from a two weeka1 vacation laud Monday t ninK anothal quin tet left the city for various points ! Those who air now on a two woikv leave are itoss Hhepard, central eta tlon; ' Murphy, etgtlon No. t. Prank Wakefield, station No, t. and Fred McAnnall) . atatlon No, . MILLIONAIRES ASK FOR FIRE STATION Stonebruker Heights Peti timis the City for Addi tional Protection. "Jitn tho Penman" In tho persoi C M Wrlghl as urn stid yvsterdity afternoon bj Bergeanl H ll. Keraej nt a local depot Ho admitted having drawn a check for $! f"t hi' com panlon, C. V. Doty, wanted bj the Cleveland, Okla., authorities on a serious charge, and for whom tho po lice were aearchlng when they found Wrlghl also. Dot) was i" have been delivered to an officer from Clevi land earl) this morning, imt it is probable Wright will ho retained hy tho local police pending developments in his CM Chief Hums was notified yesti tday morning i" be on the lookout f"i Doty, who was described aa a "had actor" ami whs wanted In Cleveland for aomethlng ho had "pul over" during a brief sojourn there. Deacripilona of tho man wi n furnlahed nil patrolmen end sergeants, aftei which mo chlel reclined in his chair and awaited do velopmenta, convinced thai if Dntj wiio Inside tho ottj limits, his men would find htm. When Dot was found Wright w ll wi:h him. Thej were at a local depot preaumably for the purpoaa of board inn train to carry them to aome distant point. At police headquarter! m It chei k drawn on Cleveland bank blank Waj found on Doty, and latoi it patltlon atgned bj a large ma- Itorttv of the raaldanta of the south weal part of tin- city, including nearlj lull of tho weuilthi peraona who own I cost I) homes in Btonebraker Heights, asking for the placing of a fire atatlon iin tho VlClnlt) of Fifteenth and Main. waa preaented to tin- city oommlaalon eaterday, No action was token hy the com .mission hut it waa Indicated that in the even! tho necessary funds can ho i ired the station will !" built i There h long bean an urgent i oed for ti flri- station In Hint part of Tulsa, Under the preaenl condltlona .i largo section of the city, Including more than half of tho most coatly residences in Tulsa, Ih without ade quate flro protection on account of Ita h i inci ftoin fito station The petition ' ills for th erection . f a iningnloM type atatlon. such as was recommended by Virt Chief ll. C, Hilar i" his ii ii ii mi 1 report recent! suhmlttid to th.' city commissioners. I Tii, stall hi will n. i oust mora than 1 ,i fi w thousand dollars if tho peti tion is granted a site Hl ho secured somewhere in tin viclnlt) "i Fifteenth and Main. vt present there are onli four sta tions in iho .;!i two mi Weal Second street, i no blot k apart, one on Norl h m im and one on Baal Third near Madison. If tho proposed now south hide sta tion is hunt it probably will ho equipped with a combination automo- jhite chemical, steamer and hoso j i agon Good for Boys Camping mho a. ,i i mio of joy for the youngsters, Very few things ire needed fur n cracking good tune n tent blankets, plain, stunt clothing, mid plenty of good, whole some food. A splendid food to take along is Grape -Nuts It is nr. ideal camping f''"i nourishing, appetizing and alu a s read to eat. This '. cious wheal and barley food contain! ;:reai nu trition with little Imlk. It i made from the natural, whole grains, retaining all of their vital mineral snlts. particularly necessary for building health and strength in rowm boys and girls. Grape-Nuts K v. ady to serve direct from the package ,l add good milk or cream. Summer rams won't hurt tlio uppl. packages are wax-wrapped and moisture proof. "There's a Reason lor Grape-Nuts 99 sold by Grocer! everywhere. PRINTER hENRY TO BE A ROTARIAN Walk Over" Levj Will Peg ;i I'ow Kxtra SoIoh iii I'tcil Tt(lti . TRAIN SCHEDULE jmuamm. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmRm'. is unsatisfactory i There Is Still a Good Assortment of Women's and Children's Low Shoes at the UUNT-R1DD1CK STORE liiverj tutomoliibiti Ila) tani M'ngern n( MaoadamUed I toad tiouu, .Th.- uahlng hti.-r Follows: don't Know "mifo" for rail J .a ovy, I nit ff anything that would printing" than a story Today will be a buaj dnj among the ((otaM.uis nf Tulaa ih. regular would) luncheon will ho held at I'i li o'cloch .it tin- Hotel Tulaa and tho iiih mcmberi in have charge of the reception at tho new v. M C a building during the afternoon and evening to ail fraternal organlaatlona of i ha city, Laal aeeh tho Rotary iluh Koi behind tin benefit baaeball game for the Datentlon homo and achieved iplendld reaulta, Ooorge W Henry, known for "better printing," will preside al to day's luncheon, and thr sfoaKirs will he I all I'I. ill. ami Joe l,. v. Both of theae men have Interesting topics to dlaeuaa and this moans an IntiTeslIng lunchei n Boms aide llnea arc sched uled thai will liven up proceedings onatdsraMs, The weekly it"trv Deal Kotmlan I whether it would be Clark to Walk liver' I don't know make i" ttei to this affect. Joe in not a "rough-ahod" fellow he father believes in "gum -all oe" methods, which are uaed hy tho "fool (iiiils" ho haio heen utiuhlr to work the romblnaUona t Clarlt'a strong boxea We don't know what joe is running for. hut it comes to us authoritatively that ho is going i" toll a story In the illning room of tho Hotel Tulsa, Wednesday, lhal will make the fairy tnlo of tho "Magic Rnota" look like, a dirt) deuce in a new deek, '.oi Olark la wound up for a dis course on MtrmiK boxes, and tho time look is set for 18:15 o'clock sharp on Jul) :'v I feel "safe" in asylng that your character will ho "sufe" from attack by both apsakers. and v"u haio ii" other exoUSfl for not being present. Secretary Olbbona "needs tho monoy," su If you haven't paid your dues for the CltautUg yeiir. ga Imsy, it tukis "wheela" t make the buggy move Voiiis fur bettor programs attendance ami Incidentally printing Rotarlly, ".in (HOE W HENRY he of of spi . lal n Th World, DRUMRlOHT, July i "i i mlsed i oad hoi ween I 'run. i 1 iihhh is being agitated tho commercial organlsatlona of imih low ns, will take tho passenger bual neaa almost entirely SWS) ft "in the Santa i branch, it is believed At tin- preaenl time tin- railroad schedule between flushing and Drumrlghl is ion unaatlsfactory because of had connection with other roads at Pushing, a round nip either way may made in a day allowing fthuildanci time in town to do am amount bualnesa usually performed In day. hut with persona going toward Tulaa or Oklahoma City, it is neceaaary to wall nibOUl a half a day ill CuaUtng on the way out, I'or this nasun tho automobiles which did do a paaaenger bualneaa from Drumrlghl have nol been damaged iy tho railroad to any gri ai extent Mver) oars run on u schedule con necting nlcel) with tho main Hun trains at CUBhlng, and Since the rail road has hi'iin to handlo the freight heavy loads were taken off the road, and tho oil field dirt roads are in much better condition for travel than ever before, it is an ordinary stunt for an old fn Id chauffeur to Luke four psasengera in a Kuril car, leave flush ing with the Santa Ke and hi at th train to Drumrlght. "lis old road hoys can meel tho price and beat the time of .hit rail road with a macadamised to i i right down the section line from Cuahin' to Drumrlght," said a member of tho local motor brigade the other day, FRISCO EARNS MORE ONDER LOWER FARE better hitter EXPLOSION OF AUTO TRUCK INJURES TWO PORT WORTH, July 27. Clnrem - W, Thompson, .tii. is reported dying and Km. st A. Imtt, 41, is painfully Inn nod as tho result of tho explosion of tho lutomoblle irui'k on which they were riding while near st. Joseph's hospital here this after noon. Win dows In the hospital wore shattered and tho building took fire, bul tho flames were extinguished with small 0S( A number Of patients were transferred hastily to safety. Tho truck was loaded with find oil and the company to which It belonged can tin im cause fur the explosion. DRESSMAKER GETS DESPONDENT, DIES do tit ss a aged SpetUl to Tba World. M'Al.ESTRR, July 27 les... at nol being able t" find work dressmaker, Mrs J. C Hatcher, 4r.. and wife Of a former MeAlost, r contractor, took strychnine poison ing, then went out mi tho streets t" die sin feii in a faint, was carried to hei room, and died shortly after ward The husband wires from Cal ifornia, their present home, that he is unable to tare for the body. Mrs llati her. after leaving McAlestcr sev eral iiars nirn. returned Inst no nth. ) WOMAN BOOTLEGGER FINED BY CLARK Ifficienoy Experl for Road Shows That 2-Cenl Elate Is Better. ccompanlcd bj l.lttlc lrpttj S-Ycar-uiii Child, she Was Pitiful Object, With her I -year-old child clinging to her hand, pretty-fated Mrs. Harry Kills appeared before Municipal Judge Clark yesterda) morning to answer to a i harm of I Hogging, preferred hy a negresi Whom Mrs Kills had ar- ii si, 'i evens dais iiko on h charge of aaaa .it. The n egress, In retaliation, told the pollCM that the young woman had been seiims liquor at bar rent denco on Archer street. The police searched the Ellis home bul found no Intoxicants On the inl ine of the Negress they then visited a livery barn two hioeks sway where the) found several quarts of whisky. which the nasi ass claimed had been pul there hy Mrs Kills Judge Clark fined the woman lit'u yesterday, Mrs Klhs. who appeared to still he in her teens, stayed at poller bead- quartan until friends put up a I SOD appeal bond for her release. She gaVS notion of appeal to the count) court, Her husband eras in Joplln yesterday, FINED $25 FOR JAY DRIVING 50 MILES HR. i K I .Alii IMA C1TT, .luh earnings of the St, l-onls and San Pranclsco railway company in Okla homa during the year 111 14 with the 2-cent rate in effect were greater than the gross earnings of the road in ISIS with a 8-cenl rate in effect, ac-l i ording to evidence given by T. A Hamilton, efficiency expert of the road, while on Iho .stand in Iho United States district court Tuesday Mr. Hamilton was the only witness exam- I Ined during the day and will he (dared on the stand again Wednesday morn ing. He was permitted to leave the A'ltneas chair an hour earlier Tties da) afternoon in order thai he inii'i I Compile some stutlstti s asked for hy Judge Joseph H. Mill, who oonaucteo the cross examination for the state. The Kress earnings of the Prison in Oklahoma In Hit was 1(66.25 In ex- i ess of the emss earnings of the road fin the year previous, according 'o Mr. Hamilton's statement, who nt the same time admitted that the tram mileage and ear mileage in the state in 1911 Here less than In 1918. He elaborated on these statements with the explanation that grOBI revenue was not taken as a true basis for iiiilginn tho business success of the road, but that the net revenue was taken into consideration. This, In state was not as great as the year previous. Leelanaw Case Is No Longer Serious (Continued From Page One.) that he had ample time to leave ship before being fired upon. Crew went on hoard submarine and remained some time. Ship's lioata taken in tow fifty miles." Previous messages had reported 'hat the crew landed at Kirkwall in the Leelanaw'i own heats. Tho sailiuc of the crew removed from the ease aspects which might otherwise have brought another cli max in the relations between the two governments. There was an absence of tension today, for the case was re garded by officials as a diplomatic controversy which would require fur ther legal argument, such as was made in the case of the William However, is t the rate they have been sellinn; since the opening of our Bemi-Annual Clear ance Bale, the sues will soon lie lirokoii. We would therefore urge early shopping i" order that those wanting choice footwear at bargain prices shall nol be disappointed. style 315 White Canvas pump, trimmed with black ; Mt.00 value: Clear ance price . $1.89 We have placed on sale for quick .selling, the re- maining pairs of Palm Beach pumps; lolling formerly for 44.00 (he pair. lor quirk ilisposal they go at per pair . $1.95 Special For Today Styles 5O0-51S-5M Patent Pump8 iiinl Patenl Oxfords with either Qray or Band color inlaid toils; flexible sole; leather Louis Heel if'i values; Very special price $1.89 Style :i."i9 Pumps, patent vamps, lilnek cloth back, black and white buckle; former price $3.50; clear d0 OA price iyuLdU Style 121 White Canvas pump, with black sole ami heel ; one of this sea son's best sellers; $4.00 valui ance ; Clear-price $2.89 One lot of White Repp Pumps, either welt or turn sole; the season's most popular style; ( ilearance price . . . $3.89 Styht 613 Ladies White Calf pump; neatly trim med ; with patent and black celluloid French . $4.69 Children 's and Misses 9 Shoes ijct Growing Girl's Low Shoes; sizes I",. tfM OA to li Dl.Ol7 irL'.T.i firowlrtfr flirl s Low Sinus; sizes In ll $1.69 $2.50 Missis" LOW J 1 FA Shoes; sizes V to 2 MD7 $2.00 Misses' and Children's Low Shoes for . . $1.75 Child's Slippers .... $1.50 Child's Slippers .... $1.25 Child's Slippers .... $1.49 $1.29 $1.19 .. 89c Style 425 "Women's all over patent Lavalliere pumps, Isolds heel, turn sole; $5.00 values; Clear price . $2.89 BAREFOOT SANDALS W, iimn $3.00 (IM OA Sandals ... pl.O7 Women $1.7fi Sandals Misses' ami Hois' San dals; sizes 12 to 2 tor Children's Sandals; sii s SC. to 11 Chldren's Sandals; sizes 5 to 8 for .... Infant 's Sandals ; si.es 2 to 5 $1.19 Boys' San- $1.10 Is; sizes 85c Is ; sizes 75c 44c BOYS' LOW SHOES. Every pair of Hoys' Low Shoes in the store, shoes that formerly sold for .'2 to $.'5 in all leathers and Good Btylcs; di AO special at. . . tpAeTarO THE HUNT-R IDDICK COMPANY Embargo on Arms to Quiet Tiresome War (Continued Crom i ace One.) to Mexico WOUld he cur. fully wateheil. At the close of the last session con en ss empoweRd the president to punish ship owners and shippers who ought to ship ammunition from the country in violation of the law. This ii was argued, while passed with tbi European situation in view, could easily be applied to Mexico. Capita son Isolated, Mexico CltjT remained cut off from the outside world today despite of flelal i Hurts to get word of actual con ditions I her . Reports that ('.'irranza forces under General QonsaleS had returned to the capital lacked official onftrmatlon, The t'urrunsa nncnc here asserted Qonsales already had reached the outskirts i I the capital and would re enter the city. It also stated that lienor. il OhrcKon had seized Sail l.uis Potoat nod would he Joined by Gen era Trevlno and reinforcements from ; Monterey preparatory to a new offen sive directed at Torreon. Troops from the interior were also reported ,arriviiiK at v'era Cruz to he trans- . ported hy boat to Tampico und them e overland to Monterey. I BnrtOB Wilson, chairman of the in ternational relief committee in .iix- :ico city, is expeoud in Washington tomorrow to consult with adminlntra- tion officials. Quid at Iledras erms. Among Mexican advices to the state department during the day were M'IKMII.S Wli ( OLLEUES r BCHOOJj8 AMI GOLXiFGluH. win iam Woods College THE GATEWAY to a Girl's life is her College Education, for nothing else so opens the way to what is best in Li fe as du Learning, Culture and Refinement. ui ilium Woeda (ii-k- nmi Conservator) ol Unie is a standardUed Junior college with i ial departments in Music, Art, Expression, Languages and Home Keonomlps. Faculty trained In foremost universities of Burops and America. Knahe pianos best equipped Music Conservi! lory in any Middle west college, infers teacher-tralniag ovursea, II .i ' 'an. I cami'iis, concrete tennis courts, gymiiasiuui splendid athletic equipment Handsome brick bulldiiiKS, modern appointments; in picturesque college town surrounded hy healthful influences. All nrivnnmcrs Kiinrniitn-il ns Bdvertteed. I'm new Illustrated caiaini;. address the Secretary, bos 9fi W II I.I VU WOODS COLLEOB, Fl LTON, SIISSiil III. ' t. : C CENTRAL COLLEGE 1V ICR WOMEN, lEXilKTWI.St. KIXIXI CITT1 KSAKltT If 0SAIB COIXIS1. Hm Wuman'n e'ollrvP in th midHie wt Soblg full roIUjp wurk. fTiillinl unit 'TTT TT t.i .-KTit-s. Mwvie, AH, Esprtssion and Durn.n Bcl.no. V. rv itmnir famltT Ut, mte rhirw'''B. , Manr fre KilvBnOittvH Write fur I iitaittf Ao.tr, . M WILLIAMS. A. M li. U, Prenldeul, ZS Male Street. Lrxiuuloa. Mo. Krye. i.i.iiiiiuy prooaoiy win oe aa- the rouowing: mil i a, i iin hv llirnunv. it is ! "The department Is In receipt of thoueht. . TO BUY LAND IN OKLAHOMA FOR A TARGET RESERVE Han into Uaaabunm Wagon on n-her i INh Nlchta jr'. Wh.o Iho ;lrt Wire lniuied m D dates, local drug clerk, who wa.- driver of the automobile that crashed throUBh a hamburger wagon at Archer and Boston wees a' ind ran iBtO a ditch, was yesterday fired $ in tnunielpal four! an a charge es aping from an officer, liatis was arrested shortly after the ., rtdenl occurred, after he had told the. officers an erroneous story about lbs nlentiti of the two frtrls who i . t e Iin the . at al the time, and the sddMSa to which the injured woman had been t.ik.ti He baa sines refused to di- VUlgl the facts in the case and the police baV found SO trai of either of tin fcir'.s. Imlh of whom arc said to be prominent. 1 The automobile was running on the wrong side of the street at the rale of miles an hour when the ac cldeal occurred Botlatd beer was afterward found in the toSneaU. The .Injured girl and her companion Were rushed aa from the scene of the Ideal in u cab before the police sjiImA dates walked "Ut of police head, quarters after being arrested and was v.,pi led several hours later. It gave notice of appeal yesterday and hts bond was fixed ut $300. Sisl to Thf World. MUSKOGEE, July 27. The Infor mation that Ambassador Janus w. Gerard, now stationed In Berlin, : dealMK with Uiwrence Hevwovth, a I'hicim'o real esiate man, in an etf.ot to buy 25.000 acre.' of land in the Ktamlolll mountains in southeastern Oklahoma for u shooting preserve, was brought to the attention ol In dian ageac) officials by an attorney I Tuesday aft rtii" n A I'M. at!" newspaper earrien a wai l ad a snort time ago advertising Oklahoma lands and the ambassador's Isttei to tins advertisement wat alien the newspaper to print. "I want to net a large tract for Shooting and amusement," the am bassador wrote, ".md the land tliere fore does Dot have to be fertile. Tlul there must be si me (jtilte fertile land and soma water lakes or river. I want at least twenty or twenty-five thousand acres." "PI aaaa Send me maps and all par ticular. I would not object to moun tain land, in fact 1 would like sotii" " Information from the real estat fl man is that the deal is now under w.ii although somewhat delayed by naor communication with Germany ai this time Indian agency officials) said that Sir. Gerard had not applied to them for the land. MOTION PICTURES FOR SHIP VICTIMS a message oaten Jiny 21 irom r..e,ie Pass Stating that the situation In the Piedraa Negraa district ri'mains quiet. It is reported that the CarTanstetas have occupied Guerrero, thirty mllei south of Piedras Negras. Reports from the south Indicate skirmishes are occurring daily near Icainole. Wilson Is Imiiattont. CORNISH, N. H . July Presi dent Wilson has been reading reports regarding Mexico carefully, with the result that he has become convinced the United States can wait little longer to see whether the different factions can compose their differ ences. One of the reasons for his trip to Cornish at this time 'was that he wanted to study the Mexican situ ation, lie was In communication with Secretary Insing today, but nothing was given out here regarding the suh.tect -matter of their exchange of views. Britain to Send Second Note Soon (Continued from psge One). Head the Want Ads each day. They are interesting. KAS I A I CITY, July 27. pictures of the scene of the disaster and the reseue of fr..m the beat! upturned lie the feature of a benefit ance. including other motion will he etven. The entire Motion Knstland tin vivors side will perform pictures. proceeds are to he srrt to Chicago for the re lief of families of Bastlaad wctims. (Continued Frm Pare One.) note to Herman, whirh were of gen eral application and set out in deter mined language the purpose of the I'nited Slates government to maintain the freedom of the seas, might have Influenced the Hrlilsh foreign office to deal with that subject in the same note Which di fends the order In coun cil From Itritlsh sources, however. It was learned that the main purpose of asking the postponement of publl OStlon was t afford opportunity t" the Hrltlsh goveinmrnt to consider and. If necessary, comment upon the communication cabled from Washing ton July IT in regard to cases before the llrltish prize courts This communication, known as a caveat, rcclteii that in view of the dif ferences understood to exwt between the two governments as to the princi ples of law applicable in pi ue courts 1 rot ceding in cases Involving Ameri can interests and to avoid misunder standing as to the attitude of the' I'nited States, the Hrltlsh government is informed ttiat the American gov ernment would insist upon recognition "f rights of American citizens under the principles of International Ian hitherto established, governing neu-; tral trade in lime of war. without Mm- ! itation or impairment by order in council or other municipal legislation! by the British government .and would' not recognize the validity of prize I court proceedings taken under the re- 1 straints imposed by British municipal law. eu pimm-4 Perplexing, The ilritish note delivered yester day is understood to be framed upon the theory that the order in council does not transgress lights of neutrals as laid down in international law though it is admitted that, in some respects, application of the legal prin clplea is new. In view of the sweep ing objection by the I'nited Stateg to the order In council made in the ca veat, the Itritlsh government feels. It is understood, this phase requires Special treatment. At first it was thought a separate note might be sent in reply, but the Itritlsh government l.s understood finally to have decided to Include this subject In the general argument covering the rights of neu trals to the freedom of the seas. 'ne feature of the British note Is understood to deal sxhaustlngly with the right of a country to blockade an enemy through neutral ports. That the I'nited Stales, In case it should be pifingcd into war with a European Country outside the British isles, never could successfully maintain a blockade so long as the enemy country could receive unlimited supplies across the borders of an adjacent ceiintry, Is re garded by the British as a fact which should he considered In dealing with the effort to cut off supplies being re ceived by Germany through Swedish. Pnr.lsh and Hutch ports. Matamoros Case Not ftianllraker. The decision of the I'nited States supreme court In the Matamoros cases during the civil war, where a similar right nppears to have been denied, is held by Great Prltnin not to apply to the present conditions, because at that time, except at Brownsville, Texas, there was prac tically no way for supplies landed in Mexico to reach tho confederate states The School for Vuur Daughter St. Mary's College and Academy Conducted by the Sirtrr: of Holy CroM. Kotre Dime, St. Joseph Co.. IudUn. Ont mile well of the I'nivpmily of Notrp Daws. Two bouri ride from riiifarn. Two mi from South HenT I iUinn . Thorn who ire Interested In the education of girli slid young women will find no achool where they could he more fortunately ilaccd than al St. Mary'a Oullexe aul Academy, Notre Dsme. Ind Here are fount! ikreful trsluine thorough IsstTSCtlos, perfect rtUfipline. and aurrnuniliiiga which at once raiae the Idea! toward the higheet e.nd beat in life The practical aid it not neglected and Ihe puptie of St. Mary'a acquire a foundation which ia a preparation for Ufa with lta pleaaurea ...I vtctBSitadH, Many faster of thla aehool of high Ideala ita beautiful N and edl- ficei, cannot lie touched upon ur lllus trated In the limited apace of thia aaaoaaaaassBt, The Dlreslress, there fore, moat cordially inritca correspond enee from parents having daughter, to edniate and will lake plsssSIS In mailing aci illustrated catalogue, which flfea a complete outline of work in reparalory. Academic and Osllagitti Departments, Muaic. Art. liouaenold Art ami Athletlca. Claaae will he resumed en September 1 nth. Addrt'as Tha Directress ST. MARY' 8 COLLEGE AND ACADEMY Box 227 Notre Dam. St. Joseph Co., Indiana. Constipation Causes Most UN. Accumualted waste in your thirty feet of bowels causes absorption Of poisons, tends to produce fevers, up sets digestion. You belch gas. tee stuffy, irritable, almost cranky. It Isn't you It's your condition. KI110 inate I his poisonous waste by taking one or two Dr. King's New Life Pills tonight. Enjoy a full, free bowel movement In the morning you feel so grateful. Get an original bottle, containing SR pills, from your Drug gist today for 25c. Adv. r verland through Texas because of a lack of Inland transportation facilities which now exist. l.est there should he eventual dlsa fcr(cincnt us to the right of the Brit ish government to detain vessels and cargoes under the order In council and failing a diplomatic adjustment. It Is pointed out by Hrltlsh officials that American Interests may safely be trusted to the special International tribunal provided for in the arbitra tion treaty between the I'nited States and Gii.it liiitain. which the British hold. as Intended to deal with Just such Issues.