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THE IlICmiOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1910.
PAOC FIVU A TRIBUTE PAID PRATT-BALLARD. Friends here will be pleased to learn of the marriage of Mr. Arthur Pratt of Albany, N. Y., to Miss Martha Hal lard of Fair Haven, Vt., formerly of this city. The affair was celebrat ed Saturday at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Lester Hazard, In Fair Haven. Owing to illness in the bride's family, it was a quiet wedding, only the Immediate relatives being present Mr. and Mrs. Pratt will reside In Al bany. Mrs. Pratt is a niece of Mrs. Elisabeth Strickland a former resident or this city and who has been visiting here the past week. Mrs: Pratt is a young woman of charming personality and has a number of friends in this city. Jt j Jt XYEAQER-NOLAN. A very pretty wedding was cele brated this, morning In St. Mary's church at eight o'clock. The bride was Miss Alice M. Nolan, daughter of Mrs. Mary Nolan and the groom Mr, Harvey F. Yeager. Rev. Father Mattlngly performed the ceremony, the full Catholic service being used. The church, was filled to its capacity with the friends and relatives of the . . contracting parties. The -bride was at tended by her sister Miss Anna E. Nolan, while Mr. Joseph Kenney at tended the groom. The bride was be comingly attired In a blue tailored suit. Mr. and Mrs! Yeager will reside In this city. There many friends extend 'most hearty congratulations. Mr. Yeager Is a fireman on the Pennsyl vania railroad. jt jt jl ORCHESTRA AN EXCELLENT ONE. A number of pleasing remarks have been made about the large chorus for the May Festival to be held In this city May twenty-fourth and twenty-fifth. Now it seems only Just that the orchestra which is a most excellent one should be given a word of praise, for without the aid of this wonderful organisation, compos ed of home talent, the chorus could not have accomplished what it has. Just to hear the orchestra would be the worth of admission to any one who desires to attend. The jpster of the Symphony orchestra is: First Violins F. K. Hicks, princi pal, Dorothy Kirkpatrick, J. F. Thomp son, Harold Clements.. Paul Garner, Charles Ward. .Mrs. Ada Dennis, E..B. Knollenberg, Josephine Notestlne.' Second Violins Clarence Runge, principal. J. Boggs, Marguerite Hase , nieler, Fred ' Rossiter, Dale Shreeve, 'Blanche Bayer, Edward Neuman, Ben ton Shawhan, Wesley Howard. Violas V. O. Williams, principal, Walter Runge, Joseph Pelts. Violoncellos Hubert Smith, princi pal, Herbert Meyer, J. H. Albertzart : BassosJesse Woods, principal, Ben Myers, Wray Draper. , Flutes Harry Lontz, Kenneth Foulke, Edwin Flook, alternate. PlccokH-Royden Parke. Oboes J. R. Watson. Paul Druley. Clarinets Harvey Seifert, Henry Runge, - (Roland .Nusbaum, Bernhard Knollenberg, alternates,) Lawrence Peterson. ' Bassoons Paul Garver. K. B. Fox. Trumpets Edward Scharff, Robert C. Won. Cornets Eric 8udhoff, Taylor Fer rell. . Horns Charles H. Groce, John L. Connolly, Albert Foster, Herbert Vore. Trombones Lewis C. King, Blane Edwards, Oliver King. Bass Tuba Charles M. Wilson. : Timpani Howard Hunt. Percussions Paul White, Will Ros siter, John Alkln. J J J NOW HERE. AGAIN. The. beautiful snow Is with us again and those persons who last week were talking picnics and moonlight drives havn't a word to say this week. Of course it is rather disappointing, since March was so beautiful and -so . many good . times had been planned. However Indoor picnics are almost as much fun. Any , way one will just have to be content and keep thinking A UNIVERSAL FOOD Following Nature's Footsteps. ; "I have a boy," two years old, weighing forty pounds and in perfect health who has been raised on' Grape Nuts and milk. . "This Is an Ideal food and evident ly furnishes the elements necessary for a baby as well as for adults. We have used Grape-Nuts in large quanti ties and greatly to our advantage." One advantage about Grape-Nuts food Is that it is predigested In the process of manufacture; that Is, the starch contained In the wheat and barley Is transformed into a form of sugar by the same method as this pro cess Is carried out In the human body, that Is, by the use of moisture and long exposure to moderate warmth, which grows the diastase In the grains and makes the remarkable change from starch to sugar. ' Therefore, the most delicate stom ach can handle Grape-Nuts and the food Is quickly absorbed Into the blood and tissue, certain parts of it going directly to building and nourish ing the brain and nerve centres. Made at the pure food factories of the Fostum Cereal Co, Ltd., Battle , Crash, Mich. Read The Road to Wellvllle found la pkss. "There's a Reason.' . Ever read the above letter? A now M cpeare from tints to tints. They are cNiin, true, and full of human Edited Dy Miss Elizabeth It Thomas of the good times that are to come when the spring weather decides to visit us again. j J J A FAREWELL RECEPTION. A large number of persons attend ed the farewell reception given Rev. D. C. Huntington at the Parish house last evening by the women of the St. Paul's Episcopal church. A number of informal talks were made during the evening, Rev. J. E. Cathell acting as master of ceremonies. Among those responding to the master of ceremonies calls were Rev. S. R. Ly ons; Mr. Stanley Hughes, Rev. E. G. Howard, Professor 8cott of Earlham college, Mr. Benjamin Johnson and Dr. 8. E. Smith. Talks were also given by the vestrymen and members of the congregation. The members of the church and In fact the entire town are sorry to learn of the rector's de parture as he is held in most high es teem by all. He 'has done a splendid work here among his people and his losp will be greatly felt by his congre gation and charitable organizations of this city. During the receiving hours the women served refreshments. Jt Jt Jl GUEST AT NEW CASTLE. Attorney John L. Rupe was a guest at New Castle, Monday. ji j OBSERVING AT HOME. Mrs. Harry Holmes is observing her usual "At Home" this afternoon. Jl J J DANCE THIS EVENING. A large dancing party will be giv en this evening in the Odd Fellows hall by members of the Cotillion club. Russell Smith's orchestra of Indiana polis will furnish the music. Danc ing will begin at eight-thirty o'clock. Members are permitted to invite guests. The affair promises to be one of the most enjoyable social festivities of the week. Several out of town guests will probably be In attendance. This affair concludes a most success ful season for the organization. J J J ATTENDED A SHOWER. Miss Ruby Kelly attended a miscel laneous shower given recently In New Paris, Ohio, for Miss Edith Reld whose engagement has been announc ed. In the evening the guests attend ed a dance. Jt JC ' Jt . IS A DELEGATE. .Mrs. W. W. Gaar . . is a delegate from the local chapter of the Daugh ters, of the American Revolution, to the congress of the American Revolu tion in Washington, which opened yes terday. The president general's room In the new Continental Memorial hall at Washington, which was furnished by the Indiana chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution Is com pleted and will be formally opened next week. The furniture was select ed by Mrs. E. C. Atkins and Mrs. R. O. Hawkins of Indianapolis and Mrs. W. C. Ball of Muncie, who were ap pointed by the state regent, Mrs. J. L. Dinwiddle. This room is perfect in all details, much care and expense having been expended in the furnishings. As there have been three president generals and three vice president generals from Indiana It is fitting that they should have had the privilege of fur nishing this room. A handsome clock was given in honor of Mrs. Caroline Scott Harrison. A bookcase and divan in honor of Mrs. Charles Warren Fair banks and a table for Mrs. John W. Foster, these women having held the office of president general. A hand some filing cabinet was presented by the Gen. Arthur St Clair chapter of Indianapolis In honor of Mrs. John N. Carey, a former vice president gener al. There will be a very closefy con tested race for election of president general. There are two factions. Mrs. William dimming heads what is known as the "Insurgent" movement. She was defeated last year by Mrs. Matthew T. Scott, who won by a nar row margin of nine votes. Mrs. Scott is again in the race for re-election and a lively time is expected over the feud that has existed for some time between the two factions. Mrs. Scott recently removed Mrs. H. T. Guss of Washington from the Contin ental hall committee, alleging a strata gem. It was asserted that Mrs. Guss was instrumental in breaking up a meeting of the organization which was in progress at a hotel in Wash ington to prevent their passing a reso lution indorsing the Scott administra tion. Mrs. Guss is said to have Induc ed the hotel management to send a note to the daughters telling them that the hotel needed the hall where they were holding the meeting. The removal of Mrs, Guss Is said to pre sage trouble during the convention, is J d DINNER PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cook enter tained with a dinner party Sunday ev ening at their home, 604 South Sev enth street The guests included twenty-six children and grandchildren. An elegant dinner in several courses was served. Jl Jt 4 HAS RETURNED HOME. Miss Carrie Forkner of New Castle, Indiana, who has been th guest or Miss Edna Johnson of East Main street has returned home. Miss Fork aer was a guest at the house party given over Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jay, " , Jt Jt Jt RECEIVED CALLS. Mrs. Edward Taylor of Indianapolis, received calls Informally Monday af ternoon for her sister Mrs. A. J. Gra ham of Rochester, N. Y. Mrs. Taylor was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. William A. Taylor, Mrs. William J. Taylor, Mrs. Harriet A. Bingham, Mrs. J. II. Ranger, Mrs. Fritz Krull and the Misses Eliza and Sada Nlblack. Mrs. Graham will be with Mrs. Taylolr for two weeks. jl jl . jt CLUB NOTES TO MEET AT HALL. All members of the Knights and Ladies of Honor . are requested to meet in the Red Men's hall, Wednes day evening at eight o'ctocjk. Several important matters will be considered at this time. Ji Jl LITTLE BO-PEEP CLUB. Mr. and Mrs. John Hewitt will be host and hostess for ay meeting of the Little Bo-Peep club this evening at their home on Sheridan street. AH members are invited to be present. , Jl Jl . Ji OPEN MEETING. The Music Study club will hold its last open meeting for the season in the Starr Piano parlors, Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. The program as announced Sunday morning will be given. Each member may invite ten guests. ; Jt js jt MAGAZINE CLUB MET. Mrs. E. L. Reynolds and Mrs. Joseph Zeller were the readers for yester day's meeting of the Magazine club held at the home of Mrs. C. D. Slifer on North Eighth street. The last af ternoon meeting of the season, for the club will be held next Monday after noon at the home of Mrs. Joseph Mills on South Tenth street. Mrs. E. G. Hibberd will read the story for the afternoon. : May fourth the club will conclude the season with a ban quet held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lontz in Westcott Place. The husbands of the members will be the guests for this occasion. Jl Jl Jl ' r BRIDGE CLUB MET. ' Members of a bridge club were en tertained in a most charming manner Monday afternoon by Mrs. B. B. John son at her home on East Main street. Bridge whist was played at three ta bles. Favors were given to Miss Car rie Forknejr of New Castle, Mrs. P. W. Smith, Mrs. Maud Jones and Mrs. Charles McGuire. A luncheon was served after the game. In two weeks Mrs. Howard Campbell will entertain the club at her home on East Main street J Jl Jl WEST RICHMOND FRIENDS. The West Richmond Friends church will hold its regular monthly meeting this evening at seven-thirty o'clock in Lindley hall. A large attendance of members is desired. - WILL MEET TONIGHT. The Eden degree staff of the Re- bekah lodge will meet tonight in the Odd Fellow's hall. Jt Jt Jt MRS. SMITH HOSTESS. Mrs. P. W. Smith will be hostess Wednesday afternoon for a meeting of the Duplicate Whist club at her home on East Main street. For the Tot at Easter. For your little girl's Easter party have a bunt for candy eggs. A toy Easter bunny can decorate the center of the supper table, and the little bas ket on Its back can bold an Easter egg for each child. As all the children will be old enough to handle water col ors or crayons, you can give each an egg shaped card and have them dec orate an Easter ' egg. The children themselves can vote as to which is the prettiest when all are finished, and a little egg shaped vase with a bunch of spring flowers can be the pretty prize to delight tbe heart of the little winner. Cap Strings. The cnrerul mother always makes several pairs of strings for baby's cap. These she hems . at their unfinished ends after their embroidered ends are worked. They are not sewed to the cap, but are pinned to its sides with small gold safety pins, so that they are remova ble after each wearing. In no other way may the baby be kept immaculate. Hoarseness In Children. This may be alleviated with milk or flour of snlphur and glycerin In equal quantities pat Into a child's throat every two or three hours. Thirteen drops of ipecacuanha wine and eight of paragoric given to children of four or five will soon relieve a croupy cough. Geo. H. Clark of Clark Show Case Co., Columbus, 6., will be in Rich mond Monday evening, April 18th to April 22nd. He will be pleased to call on anyone interested In show cases. Word left with Ross Drug Co. will re ceive prompt attention. ; We wish by this means to express our most heartfelt thanks and appre ciation for the respect and kindness shown to my wife and our mother dur ing her long 'suffering and demise. J. S. Harris and Family. ' Card party given by Ladies of the Maccabees, April 21st, 8 p. m. at I. O. O. F, Hall.- Tickets, 10c . l-t Tux&b: GoM Medal Floor perfect read. BOWXXA. POET CARTER FREE Famous Convict Writer of Rhymes Leaves the Min nesota Prison. HIS FAREWELLS SIMPLE St. Paul, Minn., April lf).-ln a new black sack suit picked from the stock in the prison tailor shop a suit which didn't fit well, and which, he said, he would replace as soon as possible, and with 2X n his pocket.-John Carter, poet, essayist and musician; left the state prison yesterday and rode to St. Paul, smoking on the tail end of a trol ley car. a His first experience here brought disappointment Former Judge John W. Willis had not waited at his office to greet him. Judge Willis is the man who presented John Carter's case to the Board of Pardons, obtained a com mutation of his ten-year-sentence, end ing it yesterday, on the poet's twenty fourth birthday, after he had served four years and nine months. Finding that the Judge left word for him to come to his house and spend the night Mr. Carter took dinner down town and later in the evening, went to the Wl! lis residence. Mr. Carter was asked whether he an ticipated any trouble In casting off hi3 prison identity and taking up life again under his own name. "I do not sec why that should not be possible," he replied. I have almost forgotten wnat a good cigar tastes like," he said, accept ing one that was offered to him in the warden's office. One of the men in the office said jokingly, "Well, Carter, are you going to let your hair grow long like a real poet when you get outside?" "There will be no long poetic locks," he said, "but you must remember that around here I have got pretty sick of hair cut short" The farewells were simple. With the men whose duties about the prison give them a certain sense of freedom, such as the convicts in the rooms of the Prison Mirror, in the tailor shop and in the dining room, he shook hands quietly. His good bys to the men who work in the twine factory and In the shoe shop were said some days ago. There was no "send off." He will remain here indefinitely, pending a de cision as to his course in life and his occupation. A LOVEfft ACTION Gives Up Fortune to Wed Sweetheart and Then r Committed Suicide. HE FLED FROM HIS WIFE Youngstown, O., April 19. That Ar thur Erpf, who died here a suicide on March 31. fled a wife and a fortune of $2,500,000 in Hungary five years ago, to wed here a pretty young wom an who followed him to this country was disclosed here a few days ago. At the time of Erpf's death strong efforts were made to suppress the fact that he died by his own hand. Friends knew that his first wife had crossed the ocean, and from New York had directed messages to him show ing she knew where he was in hiding. That these messages appeared to Erpf to be threats is the belief of his friends. Not until after his death did it be come known that Erpf had not always been the poorly paid drug clerk he ap peared in Pittsburg and owner of a small drug store, as here. Messages from Hungary disclosed that he had fled his home town in Hungary five years ago, leaving behind a wife, though a fortune, much of it in prop erty which could not be speedily trans ferred into money, was his. Trace of Erpf had been lost by his friends in Hungary. They knew, how ever, that a young woman of Erpfs home town had crossed- the ocean lat er. It was in Pittsburg, where Erpf then worked as a drug clerk, that the two were wedded, it is said by his friends. A ' few months later Erpf and his bride came to East Youngstown, where he opened a small drug store. It was in that drug store he was found dead, following the receipt of messages from his first wife, who had reached New York. Tbare Is no medicine so safe aad at toe sane time so plsasaat to take as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the positive cote for all diseases arisief from stsmach trouble. The price Is very reasonable- -50c and SI. Established in 18S1 KafiDiroafll Wateiics la our specialty. We sell more Railroad Watches than any oth er store in Wayne county. The Reason Because we positively save the purchaser 15 per cent on ev ery one we sell. Ccrre Cur Prices o. e. Dimcsflrj Diamonds Mounted. ' Watch Repairing RETIRING PASTOR Vestry of St. Paul's Episcopal Church Sends a Letter to Dr. Huntington. HE GOES TO WATERTOWN WHERE HE WILL ACCEPT THE PASTORATE OF LARGE EPISCO PAL CHURCHIS A - POPULAR DIVINE. As an expression of appreciation for his excellent services and for the pur pose of designating the feeling of deep and sincere regret, occasioned by his resignation, a letter was read to th Rev. David C. Huntington, of the St. Paul's Episcopal church, at the meet ing of the wardens and vestrymen of the church last evening, in which oc casion was taken to show the high es teem in which the Rev. Mr. Huntington is held by the members of his congre gation. Mr. Huntington tendered his resignation on March 23 to take ef fect April 23. He will leave, however, about the 20th of this month for Watertown, Nv Y., where he will as sume the pastorate of the St. Paul's Episcopal church in that city. The committee representing the wardens and vestrymen was composed of John L. Rupe, William F. Starr and S. E. Swayne. Their letter read at the meeting last evening, in full, is as follows: Letter of Committee. Upon the acceptance of your resig nation as rector of this parish, tender ed the wardens and vestrymen March 23rd, we, as a committee, were ap pointed and directed to formally ex press by letter to you the regret all our members fell because of the severance of your relations with our parish and the appreciation of all, of your high Christian character and ' your work among us as Rector. It is a great pleasure to testify the simple truth, that in your work in Richmond you have, by your kindly nature; your broad Christian charity and the example of your daily life, en deared yourself, not only to the mem bers of your own '. parish, but to all Christian people of the city, - and as well to all classes of our citizens with whom you have come in contact, all of whom will Join your own church peo ple in regret for your leaving the com munity and in all good wishes and prayers for your success, happiness and prosperity in your new field of la bor. It is a pleasure further to know that during your entire rectorship here the church has been characterized by har mony and good feeling, and that your determination to leave us for another field of work has not been influenced In any degree by discord or friction among your parishioners here.' and that we all join in earnest prayersfor your prosperity and success, in your new rectorship, and in all kind wishes for youhself and your family personal ly. On behalf of the Wardens and Ves trymen of St. Paul's Parish, Richmond, Indiana, we are, always Bincerely yours JOHN L. RUPE, Sr. Warden, i WM. P. STARR, Jr. Warden. S. B. 'JWAYNE, Vestryman. Cohdrlta: . . Gold Medal Flour Is cheapest It's best, too more loaves to the sack. Kvrnr.uix DAVID E. ROBERT6 Expert Piano Tuner & Repairer All Work Fully Guaranteed Phone 3684. 1818 Main St. Go-CeQs Re-Tired at Dunham's Farnttare Store t Dy lira 2ss L2crtyn C F. D.: Tou say you do not like to follow tbe new styles in hairdresslng because your hair Is streaked with different shades of color. These streaks are undoubtedly due to shampooins with so an and water. I recommend canthrox in preference to any other shampoo. It makes a rich and plentiful lather that thoroughly cleans the scalp, remove dandruff, relieve itching and irritation and leaves the hair soft, bright and fluffy. This Inexpensive and qulfk-ryingr home shampoo Is prepar ed by ttissolving a teaepoonful of can throx in a teacupful of hot water. Pour on the head a little at a time, using it as you would any other shampoo. . Virginia: If you will bathe your feet in a basin of hot water, in which, you have dissolved two teaspoonfuls of phrosol. you will soon cease, suffer ing from more, swollen and sweaty feet. 1'hrosnl u inexpensive and c-an be pur chased at any drug store. It la an antiseptic and healing deodorant that helps the pores cast out ooiaonous ex cretions (foot powders only clogr the poresK 1'hrosol helps to harden tender teet and you will find it a great help to you it you must stand all day. K. S. T:. I know of several ladies who were troubled with superfluous hair on the face who gtt rid of it by applying dflatone two or three times. Get an orlsrinal package of delalon from your driigrsist and mix a little of the powder with a little water, so as to make a paste. Apply to th surface from which you wish to remove the hair, let remain two or three minutes, then wipe off the paste and the hair will come w ith it. Wash the skin thoroughly with warm water after the application. The hair may return af ter the first application, hut it will be light and colorless.- It will completely disappear after two or three - treat ments with delatone. Olivette: If vou are afflicted with pimples, are thin and sallow, and suf fer continuously from a "tired out" feeling-, you need a good system tonic t hat will clean Be your blood, make your liver more active and build you up and ttrenfgthen you. Try this: Dissolve half teacupful of surer and one ounce of kardene in half pint of alcohol and add enough, boiling- water to make a full n.uart of tonic. Take a table spoonful before each meal and at bed time. You can g-et the kardene and alcohol at any drug store. This old fashioned home remedy restores lost appetite and aids digestion. Take It and you soon will be stronger and free from pimples and blotches. - Alice: If the joking of your sweet heart embarrasses you. stop using face powder. The next time you go to the drutr store get four ounces of spurmax. dissolve it in half pint of hot water and add two teaspoonfuls of glycerine. This makes a fine complexion beautifler II MEAN WOODPECKER Little Red-headed Bird Caus es Near-flood by Making a. Hole in Pipe. WAS SLAIN BY ENGINEER Palladlum Special) Eaton, O., April 10. John McDon nell, an employee of the Panhandle at the local station, is of the opinion that the government should Issue an edict authorizing the killing of the wood pecker, as well as the English spar row. He has been always of that opinion, but since a queer incident last Saturday, his belief has been strengthened. Among the work of McDonnell, It !a Two Phones 1151-1152 Good, ' Sound Baldwin Apples, While they last 35 Cents per Pack. Strictly fresh Country For a few days 20 Cents per Dozen Eggs Stuffed 8wset Melon Mangoes A Delicious Relish 25 Cents per Quart Jar Fancy Queen Olives, 40c Jars, an extraordinary epseid Quart Jars, 25c a Jar. Airoimoyimceinneinit It is with pleasure that we announce that The Flower Shop has removed to No. 1015 Main street, the room formerly occu pied by Miss Bradbury's Exchange. , The building has been thoroughly remodeled sad renovated, and we have opened a modern, up-to-date Flower Store. We invite tbe people of Richmond to visit the Flower Shop at any time, and solicit the continued patronage of our cue-' tomers. We respectfully ask the privilege of a trial order from any one wishing to obtain high-grade cut Flowers or Floral work. Yours very truly; ' Fred H. LemOei & Co. that will rid you of that ""shiny." v (rreasy look and rive your akla a clear, tresh aad youthful appearance. It wilt not show or rub oft like powder and lasts much longer. Apply It also to your neck and forearms, rubbing gent-, ly until drv. It Is fine te use when wear In it the short sleeves and low necks that again will be the fashion this summer. Itarhel; When your hair comes out eo freely while combing IC you shouhl take Immediate steps to restore your scalp and - hair to healthy condition. Dandruff and falling hair are caused by frerms which ran be destroyed by the use of a good quinine hair tonio made as follows: Oct from your drug- ' gist one ounce of quinsoin. dissolve It in half pint of alcohol, and add half pint of cold water, Hub this tonie Into -the scalp gently every night for the first week. Then use it twlre a week, brushiner the hair thoroughly each time. If anything will give you a new growth of hair, quinsoin will. The treatment Is invigorating and refresh ing and It keeps' the hair soft and glossv. so that it Is easily managed and can be put up in auy style you WlSh. r Miss Nobody: - Yes. you weigh about ten pounds more than a person of your height should. Thy this to reduce your weight: Oct from your druggist four ounces of parnotls and dissolve it In a pint of hot water. Take a teaapoonfut of this harmless, flesh reducer before each meal. You wll feel better when you are rid of that superfluous flesh, ' I M.: You can help vour "dead and dull eyes, stop Inflammation and do awav with redness if you use an eye tonic nade by dissolving one ounce of crystos in a pint of water. Drop one or two drops in each eye whenever they are tired or feel weak. It will net smart or burn. Its regular use wilt make your eyes bright and sparkling, t'rystos Is also recommended for gran ulated evellds. It ran be purchased at auy first-class drug store. Anxious: My dear girl, you exag gerate the unslghtllness of the black heads vou sav you are afflicted with. They will disappear If you use faith fully n cream Jelly made as follows: Uet from your druggist one ounce ef alrnosoin. put It In half pint of cold water and add two teaspoonfuls of glycerine. After stirring briskly, allow to stand one or two hours. Massage your face with this alrnosoin cream and it will thoroughly cleanse the pores. Dust and grime that soap and water never touch will roll out and off the skin. This treatment tends to make large pores small and prevents the re turn of blackheads. It clears the skin and keeps it smooth, soft and pliable. You can use alrnosoin as a face and massage cream Just as freely as vou wish, for It contains no oils or fata that will cause a growth of superfluous hair. one of bis duties to run a gasoline en gine that pump water Into a bUj reser voir from which engines receive their supply. On Saturday the engine was started as usual and the pump set lata action. After pumping long enough to have the reservoir filled, McDonnell was surprised to find the register Indi cated that the water had been lessened. The cause, to him, was Inexplicable, so he started an Investigation. Walking around the tank he was soaked by a, stream of water that spurted lively for several feet. Farther Investigation revealed a woodpecker busily engaged In jacking larger the hole from which the water was flowing. - Being unable to hit the bird with a rifle, MIcDonnell secured a shotgun a n .f jIumIaIi da,4h in tti, mf rlMfl little red-head. f ,1 - More than three pounds of putty, a pound of waste and . sheet of tin were required to check the flow of water. Ti,a wnmA nfna mtenAM lilei nits f -l Medal now. Two Pfcsc 1151-1102 Smyrna Pulled Cooking Flfja Fins for stewing 10 Cants par Pound. Good Standard Cannad Salman In 1 lb. Tall Cans 3 Cans for 25 Cents : Extra fins Purs Fruit Preserve All Flavors In Quart Jars Quart Jars, 2S Cents, worth 40a, tWMIIMIHMIMIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIimiMHMIIMIIIIIMIHIIMimilt:;;