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To any one who has purchased & blouse in the last 4 days: IMPORTANT NOTICE Through an error 4 styles, flesh, chif fon and lace blouses were marked to sell at $3.50 — Any customer who has pur chased this blouse Saturday, Monday, Tuesday or TVednesday— will kindly call at store for a refund of $1.21 on each gar ment — The correct price is $2.29, though the value is much higher. f W. B. Schleisner GREAT BRITAIN TO TIGHTEN THE BLOCKADE OF GERMANY ' London. April 29.—The British food blockade of Germany is to be lightened, according to an announce ment in the House of Commons jester day t>y I'nder Secretary for Foreign Affairs Neil Primrose, s "The import of foodstuffs into Ger jnanv through neutral states." Mr. Pr mrose announced, "clearly points to collusion between the consignee and the German authorities. have been taken to prevent its recurrence. If these prove unsuccessful, further meas ures will be takeu.'' Mr. Primrose also declared that the Foreign Office has no official informa tion to confirm the recent reports that Austria had approached Russia, direct ly or indirectly, for separate terms of |>eace. In reply to a question by Lord Charles Beresfor'l as to whether a shil ling royalty was b*4njr paid by the British government *c the K.-upps for ery fuse manufactured in Kngiand. T'nder Seereary of State Tennai't said be was having the matter investigated. AUSTRIAN WAR PRISONERS CAUSE TROUBLE IN SIBERIA Omsk. Siberia. April 29.—Governor Schmidt, of the Omsk district, issued an order yesterday reprimanding the conduct and curtailing the privileges of Austrian war prisoners in th.s district who are declared to have been guilty of abuse of the comparative freedom granted them. » These officers and men have been al lowed virtually the same privileges as residents. Inhabitants of Omsk sur rendered to them the best lodgings and supplied their, with food. It is charged FIREPROOF STORAGE r 71 = Fireproof private rooms for household goods and special room for pianos kept at even temperature. Rates per month, FIREPBOOF ROOMS FOR> nft . HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ... > S AWW and up TRUNKS, 50c PIANOS, $1.50 HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. 437-445 South Second St. they have violated all rules, shown dis respect toward Russian women, mutilat ed posted reports of Russian victories and have been insubordinate and eveu disorderly. LORD IHERSEYTOFIX PRICE FOR WILHELiNA'S CARGO London. April 29.—Baron Mersey, who presided over the court of inquiry into the sinking of the Titanic, was ap pointed referee yesterday m the case of the cargo of food products which was taken from the American steamer AYil -1 helmina by the British naval authori ties. The cargo was consigned to Germany i and the British authorities, after its seizure, reached an agreement with the owners to purchase it at a price which will now be determined. German Aviator Raids Nancy Pans. April 29. —A German aero plane. flyin 2 at a great height, dropped bombs in Xancy. killing three persons ani wounding six others, according to a dispatch to the ''Temps. The Ger man was pursued by French aeroplanes, but escaped. No Word of Austrian Peace Bid London. April 29.—The Hon. Neil 1 Primrose. I'nder Secretary for Foreign ' Affairs, declared in the 'House of Com mons yesterday that the Foreign Office had no official information to confirm the recent reports that Austria has ap proached Russia, directly or indirectly, i for a separate peace. Landlsville Woman Dies Landisville. April 29. —Mrs. Harvev Weid'e, 4 0 years old. died yesterday from a complication of diseases. Be : sides her husband, two children, a brother and a sister survive. She was j a member of the Mennonite church. HARRISBITRG STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL 29, 1915. win ill WRirESOFCIiCIS "Most Talented Girl in l' U. S." Dashes Around the Ring in Cowboy Style WEARSTHEROBES OF QUEEN OF RING Goes Behind the Scenes and Finds Ani mal Trainers Aze "Natural Educa tor*—Declares Grownups Are Not So Joyous as Kids Winifred Sackrille Stoner, Jr.. is the most talented 13-year-old girl in the United States. She has already pub lished ten books of prose and poetry, and men of letters have said that she possesses the equivalent of a collage ed ucation. Her mother is a writer and the founder of the system of "natural education." The little girl wrote toe following account of her visit to Mar num's circus in New York recently for the "Evening World:" BEHIND THE SCENES IN A CIRCUS James Whitcomb Kiley must have beta a great lover of ''The Circus" when lie was a small boy, as he has put the real circus feeling into his rhyme. "Oh. the Cirrus Day Parade." l" can feel the joy of a grand eut ranee parade thrilling through my very soul everv time 1 repeat this wonderful poem. esterday 1 had the great privilege and joy of not only seeing a eircus.'but in going behind the scenes and seeing the life behind the joyful, exeiting and amusing arts which are shown to de light the audience. I invited some of my friends to ac company me. and we certainly had a tine time. After the performance wo chatted with Princess Wiwi and other so-called freaks. Then we visited Mother Talbot, who is called "Mother of the Circus." We found her a charming, 70-vear-yomg, motherly soul, who not only attends to the circus chil dren 's wardrobes, but trains their minds and morals. She said that she had been with the circus for twenty y«»rs. and. in her opinion, it was a mighty tine place in which to live. She introduced me to dear Katherine Wallace, whp is the baby of the circus, and who plays with little tigers and lions. Mr. Wil kens. the publicity man, gave me this dear little girl's picture as she is seat ed with a number of tiger cubs. Mother talked to Adgie Castillo, the famous lion trainer, and t'oupd that she was a real natural educationalist, as she believes in loving and petting even lions if they are to be educated to learn how to do things. Mr. Wilkens said that ho had consulted many animal trainers, and thev all say the same thing: * ••All that is required of an educator ;s love and patience.'* - Mme. Marzella. who has the wonder ful cockatoos. spent four years in train ing one bird to do a single triek. Her birds all love her. and one old fellow, who is 116 years of age. still performs every morning and evening. Enjoys Being a Circus Queen It was a great joy to me to see real circus clothes, to try them on and pre tend that I was a queen, and was sur prised to find that they were really queenly garments, and not made of sateen, as I formerly thought. We saw many people busy sewins; sequins on these robes. We «isited the staples and saw all of the fine horses and ponies: we played with the cirews dogs; had a good peep at a handsome mother tigress with her babies, and. through the generosity of our host, we fed all of the elephants on circus peanuts. But the best part of all was when the ring master. Mr. Adler. allowed us to gr» into the ring and ride real circus horses. " Sonny Mackenzie, who is the grand son of the noted S. S. McClure, ap proached the steed brought for him to ride, and after feeling the pony's side he exclaimed, ••Oh. he's all cotton!" Reiving on his faith that cotton could not hurt him. he bravely mounted the steed an l rode about the ring with a smile according with his name of Son ny. Nancy Pobler Hersey did not take a fancy to the pony offered her, and the pony did not seem to like the color of 'ner red hunting jacket, so kind Mr. Adler sent for good Uncle Sam, a very ancient pony, who likes all little girls, regardless of their costumes. Xancy liked this pony much better, and he seemed to be more friendly inclined to ward her. so the two ambled merrily around the circus ring. Master Joel Appel was given Molly for his mount. Molly was a chestnut mare who has lived Tn the circus for many years and who will probably end her days there, as Mr. Adler says he rever sells his horses, but chloroforms | them when they are too old to work or perform. Grownups Not So Joyous as Kids Mother. Miss Eleanor "McClure and Miss Ethyl Mopkler were invited to ride around the ring, but they said. •*Xo. thank you." although I know that they were vearning to ride with us kids. But I haven't told you about my steed, because I must make a con fession about my acting somewhat sel fish. Mr. Adler. not knowing my cow boy tendencies, selected Molly for my mount and planned to give Tommy, Mrs. Adler's favorite horse, to Joe Ap ple. When I saw Tommy I could not resist the temptation to jump on his back, and away I galloped, imagining that I was a real cowboy of the West. Mr. Adler called after me and urged me to "hold him in." but the sensation was delightful and I threw discretion to the winds. Ergo, I was punished by the consequence of my act as mother said that I could not ride around a third time because I had gone the ring in cowboy style. I longed to have a race with Joe, Nancy and Sonny, as I kcew that Tommy could beat Molly and the ponies, but I had to obey and dis mount .as I knew that if f took the longed-for third ride I could not ride another horse for many long weeks in the future. On our way to the office of Mr. Wil kens, where we had left our wraps, a dog took a great fancy to Sonny Mac kenzie. Sonny did not like the kiss, but this was the only part of the eircut that did oat delight him. We kids had a glorious time and tk# other members of our party seemed to be just as happy as we. C. V. NEWS WHITE WIVES OF COLORED MEN GETYEAR IN JAIL | Were Convicted Before Judge Oil)an of Conducting Disorderly Houses— Raymond OseU Accused of Stealinf Chickens Freed by Jury Chambersburjf, April 29.— 1n court yesterday morning, Mrs. Edgar King and Mrs. Alonxo Little, two white women wives of negroes, were found guilty of keeping a disorderly hous« in Chamberaburg and each was sen tenced to jail for 11 months and 20 days. Raymond .Gsell, the Greene township youth who was alleged to be implicat ed with his uncle, Jacob Bruce Gsell, in stealing chickens,, was called on the charge of larceny. BURNED BUpING BOLT Mt. Rock Woman Stunned As She Ad justed Piece of Pipe On the Downspout Gettysburg, April 29.—While at taching a piece of pipe to a down spout for the purpose of running rain water into a barrel at her home dur ing the electrical storm Tuesday night. Mrs. Edward Kluuk, of Mt. Rock, was struck by a bolt of lightning and severely burned on the hauds and tody. She was hurled to the ground several feet distant from the barrel and lay unconscious for several min utes. Members of her family found Mrs. Kluck and carried her into the house where she later was revived by a phy sician. INDIAN SCHOOL EXERCISES Will Be Held at Carlisle School Week of May 15 Carlisle, April i2'9.—The aunual com mencement exercise* of the ludian school will be held May 16 to 21, in vitations for which were issued by the faculty and graduating class vester dav. On Sunday, May 15, the bacca laureate service will be held, a e.wretl band concert and a union meeting of the Christian Associations will be held. I A championship baseball game will I be held on Monday; there will be the lacrosse game and a band concert. The I school room and shops will be inspect ! Ed .by visitors on Wednesday. On the I same day there will be athletic sports and a gymnastic exhibition. On Thursday morning the gradua tion ceremonies will be held with a baseball game in the afternoon and the annual reception in the evening. A competitive drill and dress pa -1 rade will be held Friday morning. In I the afternoon a business meeting of the alumni association will be held and in the evening the annual alumni I banquet. Threatened to Kill Wife Waynesboro. April 29.—Herman Gale, of Madison avenue and Park street, was placed in the lockup Tues day night, by Constable Bretzler on a charge of drunk and disorderly con duct, carrying fire arms and making threats to kill his wife. The charges were preferred by his wife. He was placed in the lockup over night and taken before Magistrate Newman whence in default of bail he was sent to the county jail for trial at court. Gale was taken to Chambersburg yesterday afternoon by Constable Bretzler. Seminary Exercises May 10 and SO Gettysburg, April 29.—The annual exercises of commencement week at the Gettysburg Theological Seminary will .be held ou Wednesday and Thurs dr.v. Mav 19 and 20. The usual num ber of alumni ami former students are expected to return for the occasion. On Wednesday evening the alumni meeting will be held in Seminary chapel and the address will be made by Dr. M. J. Kline. A reception will follow in the refectory at which in formal speeches will be made by many of the former students and others who will be here for the exercises of the week. Whiskey Runner Confessed Carlisle, April 29.—Pleading guilty to a charge of selling liquor without a license, John Harr, a member of the alleged "whiskey runner" squad of Shippensburg men who are awaiting trial at. the next session of court has given himself up for sentence. He may | be a witness at the trial of the other men. It is claimed that some inter esting testimony will be introduced when Harry Forney, special off\cer for the investigation, later arrested on several charges, is heard. Want Milk Cans Sealed At a meeting of a dozen or more city dairymen held in the offices of the City 'Bureau of Health yesterday after noon, it was unanimously decided to urge the city authorities to establish and enforce a rule making it mandatory that cant containing milk and cream that are shipped into the city be prop erly sealed. Reprimands and threats of arrests were given eight dairymen whose milk and cream during March, according to the city chemist's report, did not come up to the standard. SPECIAL NOTICE TO HARRISBURG FOLKS We wish to announce we are ex clusive Harrisburg agents for thi simple mixture of buckthorn hark, glycerine, etc., known as Adler-i-ka. This remedy, used successfully for appendicitis, is the most THOROUGH bowel cleanser we ever sold. It is so powerful that ONE SPOONFUL re lieves almost ANY CASE of constipa tion. sour or gassy stomach. Adler i-ka never gripes,' is safe to use and the INSTANT action is surprising. G. A. Gorgas, druggist, 16 North Third street and Pennsylvania Railroad Sta tion.—Adv. For Catarrhal Deafness and Head Noises Here in America there is much suffer ing from catarrh and head noises. American people would do well to eon sider the method employed by the Eng lish to eombat this insidious disease. Everyone knows how damp the English climate is and how dampness affects those suffering from catarrh. In Eng land they treat catarrhal deafness and head noises as a constitutional disease and use an internal remedy for it that is really very efficacious. Sufferers who could scarcely hear a watch tick tell how they had their hear ing restored bv this English treatment to such an extent that the tick ot° a watch was plainly audible seven and eight inches away from either ear. Therefore, if you know someone who is troubled with catarrh, catarrhal deaf ness or head noises, cut out this formula and hand it to them and you will have been the means of saving some poor suf ferer perhaps from total deafness. The prescription can be easily prepared at home for about 76c and is made as fol lows: From your druggist obtain 1 07.. of Parmint (Double Strength), about 75c worth. Take this home, and add to it pint of hot water and 4 ounce* of granulated sugar; stir until dissolved. Take a tablespoonful four times a day. Parmint is used in this way not only to reduce by tonic action the inflamma tion and swelling hi the Eustachian Tubes, and thus to equalize the air pressure on the drum, but to correct any excess of secretions in the middle ear. and the results it gives are usually re markably quick and effective. Every person who has catarrh in any form should give this recipe a trial and free themselves from the destructive diseiise.—Adv. AMUSEMENTS * " "> MAJESTIC This afternoon and evening, Harris burg Choral Society and Russian Symphony Orchestra. To-morrow afternoon and evening, "Twin Beds." COLONIAL Kvery afternoon and evening, vaml« ville and pictures. VICTORIA Motion Picture*. PHOTOPLAY Motion Pictures. REGENT Motion Pictures. PALACE Moving Pictures. ———— "Twin Beds" If there be such a creature as '"a jewel of a maid," for many reasons, it must be the charaiter of Norah in "Twin Beds." If fidelity, loyalty aud independence are the cardinal virtues of a maid, then Norah has them, to say nothing of a penchant for swooping down on burglars, while engaged in the active pursuit of their profession, bindiug. blinding and locking them up in a closet an-t then telephoning for the police. Not the least of the light and laugh ter in Margaret Mayo and Salisbury Field's farce comedy, which is the mer riment festival of the present theat rical season in New York, is contribut ed by Norah. She has little use for the acquaintances of her mistress and de ferentially makes that fact plain. It is the naturalness of "Twin Beds" together with \ts rapid fire fun ny situations, which have given it its great vogue in New York, to say noth ing of the brilliancy and wit of the dialogue. All of tliese have made its sixth month at the Fulton Theatre, where it is still playing to undiminish ed audiences, the talk of the season. In preparing a company and produc tion for a tour, Selwvn & Co., have used the same care which characterize all of their offerings. "Twin Beds" comes to the Majestic to-morrow aft ernoon anil evening for the third time this season.—Adv. * New Vaudeville Joins Kolonial Bids Wilmer & Vincent are sending three new vaudeville acts to Harrisburg to day to finish out the week on the bill with the Koionial Kids. acts will help to round out a very enjoyable show, for the boys in the band are well up on a new program for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and they are hoping that everybody who heard them during the early half of the week will be a repeater and get hack again be fore night. The extension profit of the whole week at the Co lonial, for Wilmer & Vincent promised tlym that they could have all the money to speni' for uniforms that was not needed to pay the actual running expenses of the house. The attendance during the first three days of the week was very good, and n, any fine things are being said about the "boys who be long to the band. —Adv. * ' George Bebau in "The Italian" at the Regent To-day There is not an actor in the country who ("an tell in a more dramatic manner why there Should be milk societies or ganized to provide milk for the babies of the poor than George Beban, the great character actor, who is appearing at the Regent theatre to-day in "The Italian." (Mr. Beban has been seen in this city in person, and will be remem bered as having played on both the Majestic and Orpheum stages. "The Italian" is undoubtedly the greatest production brought to Harri»burg in a year. It tells the story of a couple leav ing their pretty hornet in Italy to come to America, "the land of gold." They wed and in a stuffy old ten'ement a child is born. Poverty adds to misery and there is no money with which to purchase milk for the' infant. A rich politician is appealed to, but he scorns the Italian. The latter, in his frantic moments, attacks the rich man and as a result is sent to jail. When he is freed he learns hit little Antonio had starved to death. The rich man's child is near death and tha Italian, sneaking into the sick room, is just about to OTua/h out its life when he notices a lit tle jesture which his own child had used. He. spares the child and with his wife attempts to begin life anew. The "The Quality Store" EXCEPTIONAL VALUES F«r Friday's Susy Shoppers EXTRA SPECIAII—Lot of Misses' and small Ladies' Suits of good style—but not the very latest style —excellent quality fabrics were values from *12. 50 to *33. Special for Friday at $5.00 Misses' and small Ladles' Costs— Light Mixtures and Tan also Black and White Checks—sizes 12, I I and 10 years—values from *lO to *ls. Special for Friday at .... gg Ladies' Navy Blue and Black Serge Skirts—slightly pario in style but of good style. Special for Friday at ONE HALF PRICE. EXCEPTIONAL—White Gingham and Madras Waists with Blue. Black and Lavender Stripes—long and short sleeves—Swiss collars—an un usual value at 70c. Special for Fri d*y#t 59c Ladles' Silk Summer Sweater* in Copenhagen, Old Rose, Black and White and Oreen weaves—just the thing for cool summer evenings—for an outing wrap, etc. Special for Fri da* st $5.00 Odd pairs of Lace, Net, Scrim, Voile and Muslin Curtains—some slightly soiled—worth 75c to 95.00 per pair. Special for Friday at ONE HALF PRICE. White or Ecru Lace Sash Curtains made in the newest style—3o Inches deep and 45 inches wide—regularly 25c. Special for Friday at lQ^i> Shirt Waist Boxes covered with excellent quality .matting high grade finish and workmanship—2H inches long, 18 inches high and I t inches wide—brass handles—regu larly $2.00. Special for Friday ftt $1.69 Odds and Ends of high-grade Lin oleum in lengths large enough for one room—all good, desirable pat terns and colors—worth 50c to 05c. Special for Friday at, por square yard, ...... 39? "Lad Lassie" and "Wonderland" Cloths for children's wear—a strong, serviceable fabric with woven fast colors—value 15c. Special for Fri day at, p«r yard, 11? 31c Natural Color Linen, suitable for skirts and auto coats, all pure li'jen, 30 inches wide. Special for Friday at, per yard. 50c Embroidered Voiles, 30 Inches wide, neat figures in one and two color combinations. Special for Fri day at, per yard, . .. 31? L. W. COOK story is a beautiful one, well staged and worthy of being witnessed by every Harrisburger. For to morrow LManager Magaro has arranged for the film ap pearance of Charlie Chaplin, who will appear in a brand new comedy, "By the Sea," and Fred Mace, who stars in George Broadhurst's comedy, Happened to Jones.—Adv.* "The Third Commandment" at Photo play To-day The Kalem Company, who are pro ducing three-reel dramas featuring the Ten Commandments, have made an es pecially fine feature in "The Third Commandment." In this production, in which Tom Moore and Marguerite Cour tot appear, they deal with a false oath. The story centers around a crowd of vcung people all in the same boarding house, and the inevitable triangle of two men and a woman. With good photography and well acted, it is a line photoplay to witness. To-morrow, the popular star, Francis Bushman, appears in a three-act 8. & A. drama. "The Re turn of Richard Neal." This story, ta ken from the "Ladies' World" SIOO Lost Paragraph Contest, is practically the best Essanav photoplay of the sea son Adv.* At the Victoria One of the most sensational feature films that has ever been presented at the Victoria entitled, "Three Weeks," has been drawing more than capacity houses and is being held over for one day more by special request of many of our patrons who were unable to see this great play. "Three Weeks'' was ta ken from Elinor Glyn 'a famous book of the same name, which has been the most discussed book of the past ten years and read by more than 80,000,- 000 people. The film play offers far more interest than the book. Miss Madaline Traverse, who plays the part of the temperamental queen, is conced ed to be one of the most attractive screen stars and Mahlon Hamilton, who plays of Paul, the unsuspecting lover, is one of the best leading players. "The Avalanche," a 5-part feature, which was to have been shown here to day. will be presented at a future date, which will be announced later. Adv.* Recital at Lebanon Valley College Lebanon. April 29.—The second Se nior recital in the Department of Mu sic and Oratory at Lebanon Valley Col lege was held last evening in Engle Conservatory of Music when Miss Ma bel Bensing, pianist, and Miss Joseph ine Urich, reader, furnished a fine pro gram. IRON FENCES CASTINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS MADE TO PATTERN Sole Agents For the Stewart Iron Works Co. E. N. COOPER & CO., Machinists SHORT AND SOUTH STREETS HARBISBUR6, PA. 75c "BEACON" Bath Rugs, size :!4x.t«—with fringed ends—colors fast. Special for Friday at, each, 630 asc Soft-finish English Nainsook, 40 inches wide—for children's wear and line undergarments—a splendid quality. Special for Friday at, per y » rd 15c Apron Ginghams in all the best styles—colors are absolutely fast— -7c value. Special for Friday at, per yard. 5^ rtfl-lnch Unbleached Muslin a goo 4 weight for goneral use—worth Bc. Special for Friday at, per yard, 50 81x00 Unbleached Seamless Sheets, made with 3-inch hems and a good serviceable sheeting that will wash and bleach easily—Sftc quality. Special for Friday at, each, 450 Lot of short lengths of the best Prints in Blue, Black, Gray and light colors, from 2 to .Vyard lengths —7c quality. Special for Frldav at, p #r y» rd 5o Lot of Corsets which we used on display forms, and are soiled from handling. Special for Friday— Lot No. 1 at, each, Lot No. 2 at, each. SI.OO quality Ladies' fine Crepe Gowns, in cream color—four gpod styles—low neci: and short sleeves —lace trimmed. Special for Friday at, each 79? Ladles' White Cambric Skirts, wide embroidery flounce and well made—were SI.OO. Special for Frl day at, each, 69? Lot of Ladles' all silk Boot Hose, good silk lisle top—in fancy colors —regular price 50c. Special for Friday to close out at per pr.; 3 prs., #I.OO. v Ladies' black silk lisle Hose— summer weight—with very slight imperfections—:loc and 50c values. Special for Friday at P® r P r, > 3 prs., 05c. . T Lot of wide cotton Lace Insertion —regular prices 15c to 30c per yd. Special for Friday at, per yd., Lot of Swiss Embroidery Inser tion, in widths 3 to O Inches—regu larly 25c to 50c. Special for Friday at, per yard, 12%? RECEIVE 176 APPLICATIONS Local Assembly No. 4, Pennsylvania R. K. Mutual Benefit, Growing When local assembly No. 4, PennsvW vania Railroad Mutual Benefit Associa tion, met last night in Odd Fellows' hall, 304 North Second street, 176 ap plications for membership were re ceived. The assembly has a membership of more than 1,400. More than 200 members of tihe a* sembly left last night on two special cars for Philadelphia, where they at tended a banquet anniversary of £hila deljihia local assembly No. 7. Plans ar« being arranged for holding a banquet in Armory hall in the near future. Friday and Saturday One English Flow Blue Pickle Dish and one pound of Golden Santos Coffee for 30 cents. Grand I T nion Tea Store, 208 N. Second St. Adv. Clinics to Be Held May 4 Upon invitation from the 'Dauphin County Medical Society eig'ht members of the Perry County Medical Society will attend an all-day clinic, in this city, May 4. The clinics will be held at the Harrisburg and Polyclinic hos pitals, the latter to be a throat clinic. Try a case of Fink's Bottled Beer. A perfect sanitary package.—Adv. Breaks Ankle in Fall H. K. IHess, of Middletown, an em ploye of the Harrisburg Pipe and Pipe Bending Works, was admitted to the iH-arrisburg hospital yesterday suffering with a broken right ankle, which he re ceived when a plank on which 'he was walking tilted and he fell several feeto to the ground. One More Disappointment "Poor old IMeyer is dead, I see. He led a life full of disappointments." "How glad lie would have been to see his name in print!''—lFliegende 'Blatter. Sick headache, biliousness, piles and bad breath are usually caused by inac tive bowels. Get a box of Rexall Orderlies. They act gently and effec tively. Sold only by us at 10 cents. George A. Gorgas 29? 98?