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PAGE SIX. Nervous Force In : Men and Women ... Men and women who are nervous wreck, who lark energy and ambition, who suffer with nervousness, dread, anxiety and a-general inability to be happy or to act naturally and rational ly at all times, may try this treatment with a certainty of-astonishing results. The Ingredients can be obtained sep arately at all well stocked drug stores. At any leading drug store get three ounces syrup sarsaparllla compound In a half-pint bottle. Get one ounce each of the following in separate packages: Compound fluid balm wort, compound assence cardiol. and tincture cadomene compound (not cardamom). Add balm wort to sarsaparllla; let stand two hours, then add other two, shako well and take a teaspoonful after each meal and one at retiring.- GERMAIIY TO HAVE GREAT m FLEET Socialist Organ of Berlin Gives A Forecast of the Future. 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Cth St. and Ft. Wayne avc raoneiZM Established 1874 Wo More No friTti ' Positively Values BID'S 710 rVf AI1M HO: Order GoM Meda) Flour next time. - Faucrrt. GERMAN NAVY ADVOCATES WILL LISTEN TO NO PROPOSAL RE SPECTING THE LIMITATION OF ARMAMENTS. Berlin, May 1. The Vorwarts, the central organ of the socialist party, published a leading article strongly advocating an ' understanding with England on the subject of the limita tion of naval armaments. It points out that if the provisions of the navy act of 1908 are fulfilled the German fleet will consist toward the end of the year 1914 of fifteen bat tleships of over 18.000 tons displace ment (Dreadnought type), ten battle ships of 13,000 tons displacement, and fourteen with from 10.000 to 12,000 tons displacement, five armored cruisers (British Invincible type) of 15,000 to 19,000 tons, six armored cruisers each of 11.000 tons and six 9,000 to 10,000 tons. These armored cruisers, it mentions, are all first-class vessels, none being more than 14 years old in 1914. and besides these ships Germany will possess a torpedo fleet of extraordinary strength, and a fleet of small cruisers which must be regarded as the best in the world. It would be madness, adds the Vor warts, to imagine that Germany would build less than four battleships an nually after 1912. and it is evident that a third double squadron will be constructed. That is to say, by the end of the year 1920 Germany will bave in the -water a fleet of at least fifty-two battleships, thirty-three of which will have a displacement of ov er 18,000 tons, and twenty-one' armor ed cruisers. Extreme Uneasiness. The circumstance, continues the Vorwarts, that this development is producing extreme uneasiness in Eng land does not seem to cause "the Ger man navy fanatics'' any concern; they even regard "the present panic" in England as a welcome symptom that. the. proud English" fear German riv alry on the seas. It is certain, says the socialist organ, that England will for years ahead remain the victor in the race to possess the strongest navy, , but It is equally certain that England ' will soon lose her present predominant position on the seas and that within the next few ? years she must abandon the two-power standard. It concludes: "The German government will lis ten to no proposal respecting the limi tation of armaments, even though the only alternative is the cessation of social-political work and the imposi tion of enormous burdens on the peo ple. These unlimited armaments which impel the autocratic military government of Prussia and Germany to a policy of conquest regardless of civilizing tasks are regarded by Eng land as a direct menace and as pre paration for war. If the understand ing which is desired by England and by the German people be not arrived at a fearful disaster must sooner or later ensue. "The German government and the agrarian liberal and clerical majority la the reichstag would bear the re sponsibility, and it is the duty of the German working class to replace the present policy by a policy of reason." WONT SLIGHT A GOOD FRIEND. "If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get," declares Mrs. A. I Alley of Beats, Me., "for, after using ten bottles of Dr: King's New Discovery, and seeing its excel lent results in my own family and oth ers, I am convinced it is the best medicine made for Coughs, Colds and lung trouble." . Every one who tries it feels just that way. 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TOYS' of finest materials, possessing the utmost at tractiveness, style and durability, warrants the absolute satisfaction which we guarantee. A Complete line ot Boys Wash Suits H y ISdDseinillDldDdDnnno BonMfa & (Do, 24 Main Street- Soys That The Widow Employed Occult Influence In Her Work STALL 11 ft GWTIKSE Reklston Stock Fasm has bought the Famous Imported German . Coach Horse "KELLHEn" NO. 1293 Winner of forty-seven first prixes .(only time shown). Never defeated, the grandest Individual ever in the state, weight 1.550 lbs. Kellner's services offered to owners of approved mares at a nominal fee. No colt of his ever sold for less than $375. For particulars and terms, address, John Dagler, Snpt. of Reidston Stock Farm, CenterviUe, Indiana. i Chicago, May 1. Chapters from the life book of a gay merry widow - were unfolded in Municipal Judge Fake's court by Mrs. Nettie A. Broaddus, 201 Huron street. The "book" was open ed by the gay widow herself when on the witness stand she told of her "phy chic courtship" with William R. Bruce who for twenty-three years was mana ger of a down town department store. Mrs. Broaddus is suing Bruce for $4. 0(X. He has filed a - counter-claim charging that she exercised extraordi nary control over his mind by plying him with liquors which made him sub servient to her bidding and spend $10, 000 in advances of money and for pleasure Jaunts through the West. Mrs. Broaddus told her story in a nonchalant, care-free manner. She began by relating how she had been divorced from her husband, C. C. Broaddus, in Chicago, after a three months residence in the county, re marrying him on the following day. Then she told of his death and the finding of four $10,000 bills in a mat tress on the bed on which he died. To make the story more graphic Mrs. Broaddus said that Bruce took the money from the mattress under her direction. ; , - ' "Mr. Bruce and I took two trips to Colorado in 1907 and another to Se attle, Wash., in 1908," testified Mrs. Broaddus. "He was arrested at the latter place on complaint of his wife and returned to Chicago. I was fool ed that trip. He told me he was a di vorced man, and I thought we were on our honeymoon trip. - "My husband and I came to Chicago in 1901. He was a deputy sheriff in Marshall county before that time. Mr. Bruce employed my husband to work for him. He paid him $16 a week, but he gave him a lot of money on the side. Mr. Bruce and I were always good friends." "Did you write letters to Mr. Brucs signing them with 'Mother" and 'Your Mamma'?" asked Attorney Doromoyle. "Yes, I wrote to him for a number of years," was the answer. The attorney then produced a stack of dainty missives, incased in pink en velopes. . Mrs. Broaddus acknowledg ed that she had written all of them. Attorney Doromoyle, counsel for Mr. Bruce, said that he would present evi dence to show that Mrs, Broaddus ob tained $10,000 from his client by her wiles. Several pictures of Mrs. Broaddus. in scanty attire, which she sent to Bruce, also will be introduced in evidence, he declared. Bruce is married and has five children. passages. Her "A Devil's Choice," it is rumored, will be somewhat interest ing. She is the author of "Uncan nonlzed" and "The Social Lion, a novel dealing with Chicago ' society life. , The play is about the defalca tion of a tank cashier. Hobart Chatfield Chatfleld-Taylor's experiment in the dramatic field goes under the title, "A Traitor to France." It is a dramatization of his recent novel, "The Crimson Wing." "Society" Dramatists Vv ill Have Week at The Theater Chicago, May 1. This week Chica go's "silk stocking dramatists" will come into their own and will take pos session of the Bush Temple theater. There, beginning Monday evening, the efforts of Joseph Medill Patter son, Margaret Horton Potter Black and Hobart Chatfield Chatfield-Taylor will be placed before the public. That the playlets of Mr. Taylor and Mrs. Black would be added to Mr. Patterson's playlet was announced last evening by Manager Sam Ger son of the theater, as the first step of making the North Side playhouse the producing center for home talent. While the first of the "home tal ent" selected by Mr. Gerson is the efforts of recognized society leaders, Mr. Gerson added that full sway will be given to poorer and lesser known local lights who may show their abil ity. But Mr. Patterson, former politi cian, editor, author and stage manag er, still holds the ' distinction of be ing, the first of the "home talent silk stockings" to have a play of his own produced by professionals. At different times in the past num erous other Chicago millionaires have entered the theatrical field, not, how ever, as playwrights, but as 'angels." Mr. Patterson was the first to sell a playlet to a producing manager, al though Mrs. Lyllian Shaffner recently appeared in a vaudeville sketch entitl ed "A Pair of Pink Corsets," of whicl she claims the authorship. Society circles, are in a fervor, for the announcement has gone forth from the Bush Temple theater that all next week, besides Mr. Patterson's "Dope," Mrs. Margaret Horton Pot ter Black's "The Devil's Choice. and Hobart Chatfield Chatfield-Taylor's "A Traitor to France" will be given nightly and on matinee afternoons. Mrs. Margaret Horton Potter Black won considerable renown a few years ago when one of her novels was bar red from the mails for well, certain LIVED 152 YEARS. Wm. Parr England's oldest man married the third time at 120. worked in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer. People should be youthful at 80. 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