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THE BICH1X0ND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAU SATURDAY, MAY. 10, 1919.
PAGE NIKE1 h'iOUSE APPROVES APPROPRIATION FOR OHIO STATE Next Two Years Give Prom ise of Being Expensive Ones Say Legislators. COLUMBUS. May 10- T&e house last night with only one dissenting vote passed the biennial appropria tion bill carrying a total of 4.,07e,275 for the next two years. This Is .the largest sum ever appro priated in the history of the state and Is almost $4,000,000 greater than the biennial budget of two years ago.. War prices were given as the reas on for the Increase. The bill, was sent to the-senate where It Is expected It will be passed with . a number of amendments. It then will go to a conference committee which will ad just ditferences during the recess. No amendments were made by the house. Representative Matthews, of Scioto, cast the only vote against it. He ob jected" io appropriations for beautify ing the grounds of the proposed gov ernor's, mansion. Levy la Doubled. The house also passed a bill by Representative Atkinson, of Franklin which doubles the levy for mother's pensions. . Among house bills passed by the ouu nuitu uvw re reaay to go to the governor, were: By Chester, of Paulding, extending the scope of authority of humane so cieties with respect to the licensing of dogs and making provision for dis tribution" of feeB. . By Harter. of Summit, increasing the salaries of chief probation officer in. Juvenile courts lrom' $1,500 to $1,- 800.-. By Pearson, of Miami, authorising counties to pay $50." townships' $25, and -municipal councils suitable amounts to.G. A. R. posts, Spanish war veterans 1 and groups of Euro pean war veterans for Memorial day services. By Mulchahy, of Henry, exempting theaters of Seating capacity between 300 and 500 from, requirement that they be equipped with fire-proof ceil ings. : ' - , . . By Graham of Licking, providing that either husband or wife may be excluded from the home by court de cree. ; Defeat Scout Proposal. The senate defeated a bill by Rep resentative Scott of Hamilton county. that would have required owners of property abutting on a public imporve ment to file objections to assessment within twenty days after receiving no- lice of the assessment or be barred lrom enjoining collection of amount assessed. Representative Crabble in asking that the emergency prohibition bills go over until May 26-or later date to which the legislature may recess, Saturday, called attention of the house to the attorney-general's opinion, in which he declared that the state was without any enforcement laws except ing theose relating to selling liquor to minors and Sunday selling. He decared that the opinion knocks out the entire license machinery, and holds also that present local . option laws are not applicable throughout the state. CANADA RUSHES TRADE (By Associated Press) PARIS, May 10. Canada is in the midst of an energetic campaign for foreign trade which, from results thus far achieved, bids fair shortly to push her peace-time exports up to unpre cedented figures. On armistice day Canada's foreign commerce, outside of that in war materials, was virtually at a standstill, because of lack of ship ping facilities and the conditions Im posed by war. Today, five months later, the volume of her peace-tirao trade is said to be equal to that be fore the war, and the receipts to be greater. Canada's exports in 1914 were valued at approximately $430, 000,000.. FIND VALUABLES IN RUINS -. 'By Assoctatt Press) PARIS, May 10. American troops working in" the shell torn areas of France have been recovering many valuables of various sorts buried in the ruins. A11 these finds are turned over to the French ministry of finance which is endeavoring to discover the original owners or their heirs. All unclaimed treasures go t6 the state. In No Other Tbrm do you et such an easily digested, s ready-to-eat blend of wheat and barley as in A food designed for health building: More pleasing to the taste than many foods whose chief aim is to tickle the palate. . There's a Reason Criticisms of the Church By THE REV. L. E. MURRAY The results- of the church attend ance campaign recently closed sug gest some reflections on the vital question of the church's place In the life of the community. Seventeen 'Protestant churches show a total mem bership of 6,415. Churches not re porting probably - hare an equal or greater number, making a total church membership for the city f about 12, 000, half the population of the city. The largest attendance at any ser vice was 3,268 on Easter Sunday. This represents the number present at the morning service in seventeen churches and altogether there were probably 10,000 people who attended some church service on that day, Including the Bible school as a service of the church. More than half the people of Richmond have a friendly Interest in the church. Perhaps there are very lew people In the city that are really hostile or unfriendly. Many are simply indifferent, and some are al ways ready to offer criticisms. It Is the purpose of this article and others that shall follow If the editor permits, to notice some of .the criticisms that have been given wide publicity re cently. "Has the Church a Message for this day?" Is the Church a Failure?" and other similar -titles are-found In re ligious and other journals of the day. Perhaps no other subject has been sb widely discussed In recent litera ture. The war stimulated the discus sion and was the occasion of much of the criticism. The St. Louis Repub lic recently said editorially: "The church has been losing Us influence, there is no manner of doubt and the reasons are not hard to find." We are told that in conventions of certain classes the name of Jesus is cheered while any mention of the church is hissed in derision.' It is said ' the church is not reaching the masses, or has departed from the masses to take up with the classes. That the church 4 is not preaching the .gospel of the Christ, who drove the money changers from the temple. That the money changer Is being chased into the tem ple and is an ornament of the church under the new "Dollar Divinity." Another occasion for criticism is the divided condition of the church with the rivalry of competing sects. Again the church is charged with being more concerned with the mint, anise and cummin of its ritual than with secu ring justice and mercy. Are these charges true. In another article I shall notice grounds for these and other cri ticisms and seek to point the way og redemption for the church and the pathway to public favor. In closing this article I quote again' the editor of the St. Louis Republic: "The church Is good at the - core. It Is a most necessary adjunct to civilization and fills a place that can be taken by no other agency. Without the uplift of bpiritual thought we would slip back iinto Paganism. It is not too late for the church to redeem itself.' Economy, Ind. Earl Cain and Dr. Loop started Tuesday morning for Flint, Mich., to bring back an automobile for Dr. Loop.....O. T. Cranor and wife spent Sunday with the latter's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson, near Lynn. ....Mrs. Ira Hooper and children and Mrs. Elizabeth Cain of near Muncie, Mrs. Francis Cain and Miss Ella Cain were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cain.. .....Bert Veal and family drove to Richmond Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Wade Kennedy attended commencement at Williamsburg Tues day evening.. . . .Orin Farmer and wife and daughter Martha and Miss Hazel Mehrenhall were at Richmond Tues day..... Mr. and Mrs. George Thorn burg and Miss Josie Denny made a business trip to Richmond Tuesday... ..The Economy orchestra played at Huntsville commencement Wednes day evening Mrs. William , Fouts was in Richmond Wednesday.. .How ard Mansing, wife and children visit ed Homer Jones and family at Dal- ton recently H. E. Cain of the C. & O. and family will leave here May 17 for Champaign, 111, for a week's visit with Mr. Cain's mother. Mr. Cain and son Harlin will go to Wash ington state from there, and Mrs. Cain and daughter Ruth will leave for Washington, D.' C. and Maryland to visit relatives... It is reported that the Standard Oil company has pur chased ground at Economy for the purpose of placing an oil station Bernie Swain, who has been in poor health for some time, had an opera tion performed on his ear, at Reid hospital, Richmond, Tuesday. 99 Eldorado, 0. The Eldorado band, went to Eaton and West Alexandria Sunday, where the large tank was demonstrated la the Interest of the Liberty loan...., Eldorado and vicinity were well rep resented at the Baccalaureate sermon Sunday afternoon at the Monroe rural school building. Rev. W. A. Vorhls, Methodist minister of Greenville, de livered the sermon..... Jerry Mlnnlch, whose Illness we noted last week, is considerably Improved and is able to be 'outdoors again.. . . .Mrs. Walter Sleepy of southwest of here underwent an operation at the hospital at Day ton Monday morning for goitre. She is getting along as well as could be expected..... A. W. 8. Locke has be gun extensive remodeling and repairs on the old Fowble property, on Main street recently vacated by R. C. Bru- 'baker... RalphN Truitt and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives in Eaton. .... Mrs. George Beard spent several days last week with her sister. Mrs. E. C. Shewmon, of Dayton..,.. Mrs. Frank Campbell spent Friday with her son Charles Campbell and family.... .Russel Rick er and family, Orla Sayler and wife and Lois Curry spent Saturday eve ning with H. C. Mastin and wife Lon Dailey and wife entertained Hen ry Davis and wife of Lewisburg, and George Pieraon and family of West Sonora, Sunday.... Mr. and Mrsr. Wil liam Ward and son Don 'were visiting relatives- at Germantown, Sunday.. . .. waiter, noweii ana wire ana rtora Banfill spent Sunday with Mrs. How ell's uncle, Elam Lawrence and fam ily, of New Madison.. .Leonard Stay ton spent Wednesday and Thursday in Dayton Liberty, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Harbine and guest, Miss Luta Risk, motored to Camden Sunday and were the guests of the former's daughter, Miss Jennie Harbine.... Dr. and Mrs. F. T. DuBois and daughter, Carol, motored to Rich mond Tuesday and attended the cir cus.. . .Miss Emily Tappen, Miss Char lotte DuBois, Miss Bee Mitchel, George Tappen and son, Dwight, mo tored to Richmond Tuesday Miss Mildred Page and Miss Vivian Douthit spent the week-end in Cincinnati the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fs.hr-' lander.... Noah Colyens motored to Richmond Tuesday and spent the day ....Mrs. Ed Ketner and Miss Pearl Brandenberg spent Friday in Conners ville the guests of friends and relatives ....Mr. and Mrs. F. S. McCarty and daughter, Miss Ruth, motored to Con ner8ville and were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Nathan Lane. ..... .Burton Clark made a business trip to Indian apolis, Tuesday.... Miss Frances Gra ham spent the day Wednesday in In dianapolis the guest of friends Mrs.. J. F. Rude was the guest of friends in Connersville Tuesday W. F. Bossert made a business trip to Indianapolis, Tuesday. . . .. .Mrs. Mary Logan spent the day Tuesday In Con nersville.... Miss Addle Gilmore spent Tuesday night in Richmond Misses Mary Rebecca Pieman, Charlotte Hus ted and Lorene Stahr and Ralph Kit chel, Lyman Orr and Lloyd Stevens motored to Connersville Sunday night and were the guests of friends.. Robert White spent Tuesday night in Richmond. . . .Dwight Orr spent Satur day evening in Connersville. . . . .Mrs. Charles Fahrlander and son. Junior, returned to their home in Cincinnati Sunday after spending the past week here with the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Douthit Miss Kate Husted spent several days of this week in Cincinnati the guest of friends ....J. F. Rude left Wednesday for Michigan on a business trip for the Rude Manufacturing company. . . .Mrs George Coughlin and Miss Charlotte Husted are the guests of Mr. and Mrs B. G. Stevens and daughter, Miss Flor ence this week.... Mr. and Mrs. Hom er Baker and son, Charles Albert of College Corner spent Sunday here with Mrs. Mary Fahrlander.... Ensign Allan McMaban and Lieut. Harold Hughes spent .Wednesday in Indian apolis....... Mr. and Mrs. Fred Max spent Tuesday in Richmond, and were the guests of friends...... Mrs. Lulu Maibaugh spent a few days of this week in Indianapolis with friends.. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rose and son, Earle motored to Richmond Tuesday and spent the day.... Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mitchel spent Tuesday in Richmond... ,.. Misses Mildred Dona hue and Ella Barnard motored to Richmond Tuesday and were the guests of friends...... Milo Nye and William Acher spent the day Wednes day, in Indianapolis.... Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Flora and daughter, Hilda, of Eaton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Little Sunday Miss Alice O'Connell is spending this week with friends In College Corner Misses Mary Rebecca Pigman, Charlotte Hus ted, Helene Mitchel, Dess Stevens, Vivian Douthit, Marguerite William, son and Vivian Milton and Messrs. Ralph Kitchel, Harold Hughes, Ensign Allen McMahan, Robert Stevens, Dwight Orr, Ned Thompson and Carl McKillips, attended Kolp's assembly dance in Richmond, Friday night..... In courtesy to Ensign Allen McMahan, Harold Hughes entertained informally at his home on East Seminary street, Monday night. Music, and dancing were features of the evening's divers Ion. Refreshments were served last in .the evening. The guests included Misses Helen Mitchel, Charlotte Hus ted and Mary Rebecca Pigman and Ensign McMahan and Albert Mitchel ....Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Breen enter tained at their home East of Liberty at dinner Tuesday at high noon In courtesy to Nurse Mary E. Mullen and Nurse Nora O'Nell. Covers were prettily appointed for Misses Nora O'Connell, Julia Mulle nand Agnes O'Nell and the guests of honor Mr. and Mrs. Dennis D. Gleason very pleasantly entertained at dinner Sun day in courtesy to their niece. Miss Mary Mullen, a returned Red Cross nuse. Unique covers were placed for Nora O'Nell, of the Pittsburg unit, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Egan, Miss Agnes O'Neil, Misses Nora and Elizabeth O'Connell, James O'Leary and James O'Connell. Modoc, Ind. Miss Kitty Graham, clerk , in the Pennsylvania railroad office at Val paraiso', Ind., was home over Sunday . ...O. Koontz, of Mooreland, was the guest of Miss Kitty Graham Sunday. ... .A social was given Wednesday evening by the Sunday school classes of Mrs. Burgess and Oscar Fox at the school building..... Miss Viola Stucky of Eaton, Ind.. is visiting relatives and friends in and near. Modoc for a few days.... Mrs. Dewey Dowe has moved into the house recently vacated by Dr. Abel. ...J. M. Barker, who has been ill, Is reported better. ... .Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Connaroe were in -Rich mond Tuesday. . . .Mrs. Will Stock- Is 111.... Carlton Swalne has gone to Middletown, Ohio to work in the A. Felter garage. . . . Will Howell's Sun day school class met with Mrs. Edgar Btrlckler near Economy on May 8. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Farquhar were In Indianapolis Wednesday. . . . .Epworth League anniversary will be observed In the Methodist Episcopal church Sunday evening; May 11 at 8 o'clock. A good program has been arranged. W. T. Howell was in Indianapolis Tuesday.... Verle Johnson of Losant-, ville will take the place in the bank here vacated by Russell Hiatt...... Miss Elsie Lee will visit Miss Myrtle Hunt at Knightstown over next Sun day. . . .Mrs. Charles Cowgall has bought the Russell Hiatt home where she will move soon. .... Galon Swain has left for Cleveland, O., to. be - em ployed in the store of his uncle, Omer R08S. v Ohio News Flashes WASHINGTON COURTHOUSE Four gypsies, held on charges of as saulting to kill Mary Bimbo, and of robbing her of $2,500, have been re leased on cash bonds of $600, pending trial. Scores of their companions had come here. HAMILTON William C. Dowtry, 6 and former chief of the Hamilton fire department, died at his home here. He had been a fire fighter thirty-eight years before his retirement last year. OOLUMBUS Teaching political change through violence ' is now con trary to the laws of Ohio. The law, called the -Freeman Anti-Red bill, has been signed by Governor Cox. CINCINNATI Adam Sparks, 46, riveter, bought $4,000 worth of Victory bonds, and then ended his life by cut ting his throat with a razor. Cause is unknown. COLUMBUS Ohio will have a $20, 000,000 road program, involving the building of a good market highway in every county, by the passage of the Fouts bin. The state gets $10,000,000 from the federal government. XENIA John Henderson, Lyman Stone, and Clarence Pettis, Wilber- force university students, charged with stealing the automobile of J. C. Hunter of Bath township, were turned over to Sheriff Funderberg by college authori ties. TOLEDO Ten thousand men of the Overland company are still out, fol lowing their refusal to work until 4 o'clock, thus making a 48 hour week. CLEVELAND Cleveland is golns back to central time, it was definitely decided when Mayor Davis signed the Gahn ordinance, providing for the change. It goes into effect at 2 o'clock Sunday morning. LINDLEY MADE CHAIRMAN (By Associated Press) ST. LOUIS, May 10 Col. Henry D Llndley of Dallas, Texas, was elected chairman of the American Legion over Serg. Jack J. Sullivan, of Seattle. i Lewisburg, Ind. i . . . - Lawrence ' Kelly spent Saturday night and Sunday in Middletown..... pharlie Beam and wife spent Sunday afternoon with J. F. Shields and wife of .Eaton Born to Harrison Shively and wife, Saturday, a girl... i. Friday afternoon, Steele high school of Day ton . will play Union at the Athletic park,, east of town. The game will be called at 3 o'clock..... T. J Etyler and and wife were Eaton visitors Tuesday. .,.,A. L. Lantz, Mrs. Lester Walter man, and Mrs. Frank Hawkey were Dayton visitors Tuesday,.. G.C. Albetr and wife and Mrs. A. L. Barnhlser were Cincinnati visitors Monday..... Mrs. Walter Cahill and children visit ed her f parents, Fred Schllentz and .wife, of , Eldorado, Wednesday.. ..Mrs. Thomas Flavin and little son of Day ton are "Visiting her parents, S. D. Hol man. and wife.. . . .Earl Harry, who is in the regular army and stationed at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, is spending a furlough at the home of his broth er Forest.. . . .Mrs.. Hannah Ramsey has been called to the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Henry Kluseman, who Is at the point of death at her home in Lenexa, Kansas. .... Cecil Chambers went to Athens. Monday" to take a six- weeks' course in the university at that place.. .Russell Bauman and wife, and Mrs. S. N. Keittley visited in. Day ton Wednesday.. i..W. Fi Albert re turned home Sunday from the Miami Valley hospital where he underwent an operation.. .. .Mrs. Charles Floyd spent from last Friday till Sunday with Jesse Finf rock and wife of Brook- ville. . . . . . Louis "tJade and son, who opened a music store in the G. C. Al bert store room have 6old out to a Cincinnati man.. v. .N.- Wilke and wife Bpent Wednesday in West Alexandria with her brother, Baxter Smith and wife.. .. .Mrs. Frank Shellers of Day ton, is visiting her parents, F. J. Wil son and wife. Morning Sun, 0. Miss Laura Wright has gone to Mon mouth, 111., for the summer..... Mrs. Nannie Wright and Mrs. Myron Wright visited the O. M. Wright family re cently. .. .Fred Hinkle, his brother and family, were here Sunday... .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ramsey, Mrs. Ellen Ramsey, Louise Marshall and Ruth Kirk from Richmond, attended church here Sunday .... Rev. R. A. Jamieson attended the commencement of Xenia Seminary, at Xenia, O., this week. . . . The Woman's Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. Bertha McCreary Friday afternoon . . Mrs. Stanley Brown and her mother, Mrs. Cooper, are visiting C. R. Brown and sisters. DON'T LET IT LINGER A cough that follows la grippe or any other cough that "hangs on" from winter to spring wears down the suf ferer, leaving him or her in a weak ened state, unable to ward off sick ness and disease. Jos. Gillard, 143 Fillmore St., Nashville, Tenn., writes: "I was suffering with a dry, hacking cough and a pain in my chest, but since taking Foley's Honey and Tar I have been relieved." It soothes, heals and cures coughs, colds and croup. Good for whooping cough. For Sale by A. G. Luken & Co. Adv. A War-time Discovery In ante-bellum days, some mighty good Western coal was sold in this territory. Dealers and operators were selling it under various individual names They said nothing about where it was mined. The prestige of certain Eastern coal fields was too great for them to combat. Only the coal trade and a few large manufacturers knew that this splendid coal was Indiana FOURTH VEIN Aristocrat of Bituminous: Coals v To domestic consumers and to thousands of smaller manufacturers of the Mid dle West the high quality of Fourth Vein Coal came as a war-time discovery. War-time restrictions forced them to use coal from their own territory. And they found a fuel that will save them money all the rest of their lives. They learned that it is utter folly to pay the high prices and long freight hauls on Eastern coals when they have Fourth Vein almost at their doors. SERVICE If your coil It not right, er your con tract ii not kept to tbe letter, write o. INDIANA No. 4 VEIN COAL PRO DUCERS, PhU. A. Panna, Secretary. 507-608 T. H. Trust Bnildinc Tarra Haute, lad. A carM all common. cations to thm Afoeiation, Clinton Coal Co.. Clinton. Ind.. "Crown Hill Fourth Vttn." Dmp Vtin Coal Co.. Ill N. Tth St.. Tarra Baota, "Daap Vain WblU Aan." J. K. Dcrlng Coal Co.. MeCoratfck Bide. Chicago. "Dulse Ko. Tour." TaretU Realty a Daralocmant (Walter Bledaoe A CO.. Salaa Atanu, T. H. Trust Bids.. Tarra Hauta, Ind.), "rajattt." Ferfuton-Siwars Coat Co.. Clinton Ind.. "Submarine." Green Taller Coal Co. (Walter Blad eoe & Co.. Sales Agem. T. H. Truat Bldi.. Terra Haute. Ind.). "Green Val lJ." Knox County fourth . Vain Coal Co.. (01 Traction Terminal Bidg., Indlaa apolli. Linton Coal Co.. 701 Traction Term inal Bldt.. Indianapolis, Ind.. "Little Betty Mine." For Sale by Greensfork, IndS' - , ' - "Miss Margaret Gause, who under went an operation for appendicitis on Wednesday, is recovering." : Her mo ther, Mrs. .Charles Gause. is with her in Reid. Memorial hospital.... Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Nicholson were in Richmond Thursday afternoon. 6Mrs. Minos Strickler of Sugar Grove fell and in jured her knee Thursday...... Irvin Breen and Luther Sowers spent Thurs day evening in Richmond ...... Boyd Bond has purchased a new truck which he runs from -Greensfork- to Richmond daily Relatives of Cor poral Raymond Smith received word of his safe arrival from overseas, in a telegram from the Salvation Army in New York. He is stationed at Camp Mills, N. Y.....Mrs. Elizabeth Gaylor. Miss Ida May Gaylor, Miss Elizabeth McMullen, Miss Effle Wilson, were in Richmond Thursday Miss Flossie Keff spent a few days in Cambridge City teaching music in the schools. . Misses Edith and Helen Smith have been spending a few days in Bethel. . ..Donald Wilson of Sugar Grove, has the mumps. YANKEE ENTERPRISE WINS - (By Associated Press) LONDON, May 10. Yankee enter prise triumphed when the city of Bir mingham, planning to replace its street car rails invited bids for ma terial. An American obtained the con tract, although two British firms asked lor it, and protests have been so nu merous that the municipal government issued an official statement. NEED THIS SPRING Of a Good Tonic Medicine, Nerve Builder and Blood Purifier Is greater than ever before. The nervous strain, worry and an xiety caused by the war, The debilitating effects of the ter rible influenza, grip and pneumonia, The depletion of the blood by indoor life in Winter, Have tremendously overdrawn the reserve strength of nearly every man and woman. This makes the favorite Spring med icine, Hood's Sarsaparilla, more of a necessity now than ever before. For your impure, exhausted blood, and for that extreme tired feeling sure to come, prepare yourself now. Today begin to recover your lost strength by taking Hood's Sarsapa rilla, the standard Spring medicine and blood purifier, which creates a keen appetite, aids digestion. and as similation. Remember Hood's Pills if you need a mild laxative. Adv. Suits Dry Cleaned and Pressed $1.25 SUITS PRESSED, 50o CARRY AND SAVE PLAN Altering, Repairing and Pressing dons . by practical tailors JOE MILLER, Prop. 617J4 Main Street. Second Floor. Lower Vein Coal Co. ntleaarda at Bone. Salee Afente, Opera House Bids.. Terra Saute. Ind.), "Biebarda While so." Queen Coal ft llslnt Co.. JuobtUIo and Lafayette. Ind.. "Quaes CoaL" United Fourth Tela Coal Co.. Trac tion Tmnlnal Bide.. Indian apolle. "United Fourth Vain." Vendalla Coal Co., MM TUtebar Trust Bide, Indlinepolli -, . Vino lOnina Co.. MM rieteber True Bidg.,. Indian annlls, Zimmerman Coal Co.. Tribune) Bide.. Tare Haute, Ind.. "Black Betty." all Dealers Mrs. Vincent Astor Bit tot; UnsMe To Aid U. Loon .t NEW YORK, May 10. Mrs. Vincent Aster i ill in. bed and waa unable to address the Victory loaa meeting at the ctty; hall at noon today, it was stated at the Astor home,. 840 Fifth avenue. Mrs. : Astor was bitten on Sunday by a Belgian? police- dog brought back from Europe by her hus band on the surrendered Cm man sub marine in which he was second in command when it was brought across the Atlantic. - Cov To Gst tisl When Ton Are Weak, Run-Down -Nervous Asd Tire On Tk Slightest Exertion. This condition shows that Iron the life and strength of your blood is wear in z oat; your nerve force is decay ing and vitality ia becomingjow Diseass acta only on those -whose blood is thin and watery, impoverished or impure and never affects persons whose Mood is rich and pure with plenty of Iron in it. Dr. Chase's Blood and NerveTablets are s wonderful restora tive because they contain Iron, Nox Vomica, Gentian. Capsicum, and One Phosphide which makes them m most valuable tonic for the sick, convtdet cent and overworked, Each dose means more energy, mare nerve force, more strength. They put snap1 into you which makes lifer worth living. Sold by Druggista 60 cents. 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