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nrmsn.w, jo,y r.i, idjs BOYS DAY BIG TIME S PR GBR OK Youngsters Compote for Prizes and Scramble For Pennies in Special Day at the Park. Several hundred boys and many rlrls and grown persons will agree that Manner Dalloy's first boys' day hi Springbrook park, held yesterday, as a succ -ess. JudIni; from the many makeups In which tho boys appeared, the rising generation will not let die the spirit of mimicry and Imitation. All sorts of characters were caricatured in the lung parade, from cowboys to Happy Hooligan and from Indians to Phill pinos. The live prize winners were ach given a handsome gold watch. Norman Heck. 102 4 Vassar av., five years old, was conceded to be the cutest in. his complete baseball outfit, including the mitt, ball and bat. He was styled the Frank Chance of the day and proudly bore, his present away. The other four winners were Henry Schosker, 317 IZ. Milton St., as Uncle b'am; George Diamond, 930 S. Ninth st., as George Washington; Herbert Iiurch, 927 Greenlawn aw, as a. Fhilipino, and Clarence Lundstrum, River I'ark. as a cowboy. In the pole climbing contest William Pelts, 1710 Florence a v., won the 12.10 prize by climbing the 35 foot pole In 29 seconds, outstripping the 2 4 other contestants. The copper trail proved the big ex citement. Manager Dailey scattered pennies along tho gravel walk and threw them into the air while the crowd of youngsters scrambled, fought, climbed nnddug for them and Xiot one penny was lost. Springhrook band pave a concert and furnished the march music. The day was closed with a balloon ascension by Prof. Denier. The next special day to be held at tho park will be Friday, Emanci pation day. The colored folks will celebrate, in appropriate fashion. An extensive program has been prepared with speakers of note. A chorus, ball game and athletic contests will fea ture the event. Girls' day with its white dress pa rade will be held Aug. 6. This proved n big mucosa last season and this fuimr effort promises to eclipse that c.w. U. S. BOADS CAN BREAK TED ST Delegate Irom Alaska Urges Govern ment Owned Railroad There. WASHINGTON, July 31. Con struction of a government railroad in Alaska, is the way to break the Alas ka "railroad trust," Delegate Wicker Fham of Alaska Wednesday told the house territories committee. J. P. Morgan &. Co. and the Gug genheim brothers, Wickersham de clared, control every mile or road in the territory; are partners in a "gen tlemen's agreement" of operation; are managers of a "wharf trust" and have detled all attempts of the government to curb them. They necretly, surreptitiously, but forcefully dominate and extend trans portation facilities, he declared. When the Copper river and a Northwestern railroad was being planned from Cordova. Alaska, by the Guggenheim, Wickersham stated, the house of Morgan headed off competi tion against its White Pas and Yu kon It. It., by forming a railroad mo nopoly partnership with the Guggen heims. He said $20,000, 000 was spent upon the Copper river route to reach the Guggenheim copper fields In the interior, and that the Alaska "syn dicate" now controls the best gate ways on the sea coast. s!c sc sje ;;c Jc :Jc STATE EW S FIRE IX CEILING. At 4 o'clock Wednesday evening No. 4 flro department was called to the residence occupied by John Kaczma rek. 22 S Laurel t. Fire had started In the celling of the kitchen, but was put out without loss. Fish fry today at Rain's, 318 6. Mlclilpan st, Advt. I-c sj. sc 3e sje 'fi ;Jc FRF. I CUT HELD UP. HAMMOND. A Lake Shore freight train passing through Pine was held up by bandits and cars filled with valuable merchandise were robbed. J. S. Itoy, a brakeman, was fatally wounded in a light with the bandits. Three desperadoes have been arrest ADELAIDE DANCED HERSELF INTO LOVE AND 8000-MILE HONEYMOON. A V v't y S- IT 1 T 1 3 1 T T seek girl heiress. CADILLAC. The authorities of Wex ford county are searching for Bessie Clarke-Weaver, 20, who is heir to a $300,000 estate in Quincy, 111. She was formerly in an orphan asylum in Grand Rapids but was transferred to New York. This phase of the case is now being investigated. PRAISE (T'liVKU SCHOOL. CULVER. The highest praise that an inspecting officer has pronounced upon Culver military academy is con tained in the report of Capt. James Robinson, general staff, U. S. A. For the eighth time the school is ranked "distinguished" with nine others of the country. " s a military school Culver is a na. nal asset of no little importance," says tho report. NEW YORK. July 31. She Just fairly danced herself into matrimony, did La Petite Adelaide, and now she's having an 8,000-mile honeymoon. The bridegroom is J. J. Hughes, who had for some time been the dancing partner of Adelaide. They appeared together In "The Passing .Show of IS 12" at the Winter Garden, and Just as that attraction started on tour the management was notified that its terpsichorean headliners had become partner in earnest. Adelaide has become known both in this country and in Europe, dur ing the past few seasons, as one of the most graceful dancers In the pro fession. Luigl Gasparini got onto the stage just about as rapidly as anybody ever did. Luigl was chopping the plasterTff od bricks in the excavation at Lenox av. and 51st st.. where Oscar Ham mersteln is building his new opera house, and singing as he worked. Harry Hammerstein. Oscar's youngest son, who is supervising the work, heard him. In about two minutes Harry hiked to a telephone and got father on the wire. -Hey Dad!" he shouted. "Come over to the hole in the ground, right away!" Oscar hopped Into a taxi and came post-haste, thinking there must be a strike on hand. Reassured on this point by his son, he listened to Luigi's tenor warblings. "Come out of that, he shouted to the brick-cleaner. "Quit this job and re port to the chorus master of my opera company." "Tanka you, boss," gasped Gas parini. He got his coat, took his pay check and went home to put on clothes better suited for a grand opera rehearsal. Two plays which ran through the winter are still running just two; and both are drawing big houses, de spite the heat. One is "Within the Law," of which 375 performances have beerr given, and the other "Peg o My Heart." with 250 to its credit. Not a member of the cast of the latter play has yet missed a perform ance. John Cort is going to do something rather unusual for a "legitimate" manager and producer he plans to send out two vaudeville road com panies next season. Among the peo ple are Anna Held, William Farnum, Lillian Russell, Ching Ling Foo and George Beban. INVESTIGATE DEATH. EVANSVILLE. 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REPORT VENEZUELAN REBELS AT WORK AGAIN PORT All SPAIN, TRINIDAD, July 31. It is reported "here that a small party of Venezuelan revolutionists mado. an unsuccessful attack Monday on the Port of Cristobal Colon, and that Gen. Dustamente. on board a government warship, is now in pur suit of them. Cristobal Colon is a port on the Peninsula of Paria in the northeast ern part of Venezuela. The town lies at the- western end of Aricagua bay. 1TXI) SLEDCK HAMMER. LOGAXSPORT. The iinding of a sledge hammer wrapped in bloody paper near the spot where Geremia Cocuzzi lost his life Sunday, has add ed a new mystery to the affair and friends have aked a re-opening of the investigation. At first he was sup posed to have been killed by an in terurban while lying on the track. KEN'D A LLi V I L.L. E. Robert Dar row, 30, when patrolling the tracks of the Iake Shore railroad at Corunna, was run down by a fast train and in stantly killed. PATENT KnC Trad Marks Obtained In all Countries. Advice Free. GEO. 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JL41 IJ I I J r A zi - rj j ij til n Tie Speciatist Who EJevotes ils EnSire Tieiuo to Chronic Diseases of fi3en asid RQeira Oiraiy I Know How to Cure Nervous and Chronic Diseases of Men Science is on the wlngr. Treatments used one year ago are back numbers now. To be a TO I 'NOTCH Specialist requires not only skill and enerjry, but capital. The public is not sat isfied with a doctor who sticks In the OLD RUT. Neither is it satisfied with the electric belt faker or the pretending specialist. Nowadays men demand up-to-date treatment, not smooth talk and empty promises. To be a leader now it is absolutely necessary that you possess an EXrnXSIVE IiAUORATOUY where scientific investigations can be continually carried on. This I have, and I am prepared to give my patients the benefit of all the GHKAT DISCO V KltTKS a-s soon as they are perfected. Others watch my announcements and at once they claim to do tho same thlngi. Men come to ne because they read my STHAIGirT-IX)RWARD OFTTIRS, or because I have CURED some of THEIR FRIENDS. I AM I'ROUD OP MY RECORD. "914M CURES BLOOD POISON o E "3 cr CO o , ll 1 3" 1 vW a a -i CD o o No Pain, Return Home Same Day Giving a patlont Xoo-Salvarsan, "911," Prof. Elirllch's New German Remedy for Blood Tol son. This Is the intravenous method, directly Into tho blood, the only way it should be given. Extract from letter of Prof. Ehrlich: Judging from all the reports received by me. It appears that the Intravenous Injec tion is to be preferred to all other methods of administration, as far as permanency of effect Is concerned. Although I have to admit that this method of administration will prove an obstacle to the introduction of the remedy In general practice, on account of certain technical difflculties. I believe that the Interests of the patient demand that only the most efficient form of treatment should bo decided upon. I should feel much obliged to you if you will as heretofore assist me in this di rection, and in the future employ as much aa possible the intravenous mode for the admin istration of the remedy. (Signed) P. EHRLICH. Thomaa A. Edison, the? great "electrical wizard,' says: "The German discovery for the cure of Ulood Poison Is tho most Important achievement of the year 1911 and that most of us have the dtsetio and do not know It." I guarantee a painless and safe treatment, giving tho Genuine German Remedy accord ing to the great German professor's latest In structlohs. iMV MimiODS appeal to those who THINK and who want the benefit of the ElVTEST SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS that drives DISEASED GERMS out of your body. My advlcVls FREE and valuable, whether you are treate d or not. If you need help, make your wants known to an HONORARIA SPECIALIST. N0 matter about money. C03IE If possible. ITS nEST. I will explain to you my treatm ent for Varicose Ve-ins, Nervous Debility, Blood Poisons. Kidney LMseaaes. Bladder Troubles and other diseases of mankind. Arf 1 ii tiam m tiit,i VV iiimi ,ii. ... in iV .11 n Jkii. 1 .1 - . - DR. O. F. FLEENER, Expert Doctor for Men. YOU DON'T PAY IF I DON'T CURE LEARN ft!Y R1CTHODS The FTLR OF FAILURE to obtain a cure In your case may have de terred you from taking treatment, or you may have been one of the unfor tunates who have been treated in vain by Inexperienced physicians. FltEE TREATMENTS, FREE TRIAL SAMPLES, PATENT MEDICINES, or by false testimonials you may have been lured to a combination of traveling Caen representing themselves as great specialists, but having no knowledge of medicine. When you come to my office you see a re.jular licensed phy sician. I am In no way connected with any doctor, company or combina tion of men who copy my advertisements. My conscience, my profession, my reputation and teaching condemn all such quackers. No books, alma nacs, nor Eymptorabipai schemes. No reputablo-doctor will resort to such methods. . I Charge Nothing to Prove My Methods Vill Cure RLOOD POISON, SKIN DISEASES. URINARY OBSTRUCTIONS, STRICTURE, VARICO CELE, HYDROCELE, NERVOUS DECLINE, MALE WEAKNESS, PILES, FISTULA, KID NEY, BLADDER AND PROSTATIC AFFECTIONS, DRAINS AND ALL NERVOUS, CHRONIC AND SPECIAL DISEASES OF MEN DUE TO EVIL ILVlirTS, EXCESSES, OR TILE RESULT OF THE SPECIFIC DISEASES. i w mm r Lost Power the Cause of !YIental and Physical Suffering Perfect health is possible only when every function of the human body is properly per formed. Man is the paragon of animals, the perfection of all created beings, but how el dom do we see the true, the perfect man, walking among his fellows a solitary gem? How many who fail to reach the dimensions of their splendid model! And yet tho young man. th middle-aged man, the man of mature age who walks the streets with head hanging, afraid to meet the eye of his fellow beings, dreading lest they read his inmoFt secret, still follows the paths of ignorance for while his youth may be wrecked, while his vitality may be lowered, while his body may be the prey of his mind, yet there is hope, that his living death may turn and give him years of happiness, lifting him to that piano of manhood which all men should tread. I want to help men who are weak In vitality, who are nervous, despondent and lacking self- confidence: who feel as if old age was coming on too soon, because of the dulling of their youthful fire and ambition. A SRJALL IV To be strong is the aim of every man. and yet how many we tind who are wasting th vitality and strength which Nature gave them. Instead of developing into tho strong, vig orous man that Nature intended them to be, they find themselves stunted and despondent no ambition to do anything. They struggle aimlessly along, sooner or later to become vic tims of that dread disease, nervous debility, their finer sonsibillties blunted and their nerves shattered. It Is hard for a weak man to have noble .sentiments; such things are born cf warm blood, healthy nfTves and a strong heart. Every wi-sik, man more or less despondent, lacks the magnetic enthusiasm of youthful energy, and should net hesitate to make almost any sacrifice to again be lmiry, light-hearted and full of Joyous ImpuUes, tj be free from brain wandering and dull, stupid feeling, to have eonfideiu-e and hclf-otom, and command the admirction of men and women. It is the law of Nature that all of in powers of the body and brain Rhould be retained unimpaired until the last. The vitality of youth can be conserved by right living, and It is only because mn Ijrnoramly and reck lessly waste their store of nerve force that they become fevMe wrecks and f.ad llfe not worth living. Scores upon scores of men of all ages and in nearly every' walk of life havo been rescued by Dr. Fleener. With him the treatment of these diseases is not an experi ment. If he feels that he can't euro you. he eays so and you part friends. You cannot afford to neglect this condition; neglect ha strewn the seeds of discord and unhappiness in hundreds of homes, which otherwise would have been the abode of peace and happiness. The greatest gift to man Is a healthy. Monly System: If your vitality is not what N'aturo Intended, you are the cause, and Inasmuch as it lies within your reach to havo th!3 gift restored, what man, who is truly a man, will not seek the opportunity? il You Sisffes- with sour stomach, Moating after eatlnir, head ache, backache, dizziness, cpeeks before your eyes, hot and cold flashes, lame back, scanty high-colored urine, burning, stinging or drlff.cult urination, splotches under ek!n. lo of energy, ambition, vim, vigor, vitality, bashful, timid, nervous weakness, !osh of confidence, brooding, blues, lack of ability to concentrate mind, thoughts wander, coli feet, itchl!ig cf skin, vital loss, excessive thirst, pain around the heart, at ba.e of brain or down limbs? Io you have difficulty In fixing your thoughts? Is your merncry poor? Do you get weak fu1 denly? Are you nervous and irritable? Are you the man r-hyalty and mentally that you formerly were? Can you accomplish what your healty frlenda tn.il acquaintances can? If not, you are laboring under a great handicap. Ccmo and let me make you strong and well again at a very small cost. WAKNINfi ineotr!cal Treatment, Illcctric licit. Suspensory, Ikvn dnes, Medicines, locally or Internally, will lurrer euro any man of Varicocele, Hydrocele, Piles, Rupture, Stricture, Fistula, and when a doctor telb you ho can euro you by Ktxch method.-, ho Is only after yonr money. il D U0P TP fa lb Hours 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings, 7 to 8; Sunday, 9 to 12 Only. D9. o n I also cure Rupture, Rheumatism. Piles, Fi.-tuLi, Kidney and Bladder and Irotate Viou&c, HIcx.hI PoImmi and all other Men' Di eaes quickly, permanently and without pain or of Ume. Elim ination free lie-in treatment now today. All letters promptly answered. 5 Large Rooms Fully Equipped Entire Second Floor Oter Peck's Shoe Store. Entrance IO9V2 W. Washington Av. 51 2C