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LATEST PHOTOGRAPH OF DOCTOR'S WIFE
WHO SUED MRS. MACKAY FOR 51,000,000
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Aunt Sally's Advice
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ry s. 'lh t,r-t :;pp!!-at! -:i for xii'-h 11m.
and All wrin .-. is a dntl'Ui of pw-r!or-d
;.aid!t 1 or. dSsol vd In lt'h
l.:ir-'I. 2 pint. It.;rhe :l,o fare in this
iiV.lv nntii n tl r-ly r-ll-v-d.
f'r.:-i: Yi l.-inlly sn.-h a lit of
o:;itI-s as 3 d:i i x ; ' : : :I n. irllii.iry ui.-r-cMzM
w;ix help y.i uiii- v''n iuiy
r all of them. It will rradiully ahxro
tl. withered, lis'ilir-l onupivxlwM ami
you will havo a iipw, youthful anl
I thy-liking sk'n. Y:i r.codrrt ft
rare than art outco of the wav. whl'h
will rot yon 1 1 1 T 1 ? nt arty drtiffjcist'. Ap
ply iii'Ji'ly. llk 1I rn-.uii. uashlne It
ofT mornings. Worrir.n's He il m. Ail vr
tlvmont. TUIKIM.. Franco. Sept. 2 0. The
mopt interesting and instructive event
of the Hocond clay o fthe Kholm.s avi
ation meet wm a oros.s country race
for monoplanes and biplanes. The
race was five times around a thirty
kilometer course. The result was a
complete triumph for the mono
planes, nearly all of which made bet
ter time than the leading biplane.
A novel feature of the race was that
the machines were lined up In a row
and darted by flajr. The biplanes
were first sent away. Six of the pev
en machines roe without a moments
i.elay as the starters flap dropped,
while the seventh was only a scant
fecond behind them. All the air craft
rose rapidly and soon had disap
peared. Half an hour later the monoplanes
were sent .away.
Three of the biplanes abandoned
the race and most of the others were
compelled to land once or twice. The
winner was M. Host, whose mono
plane negotiated the 150 kilometers
In 1 hour, 7 minutes and 18 seconds.
The best time for a biplane was i
hour, 35 mtnutes and 51 seconds,
made by Jlene Caudron.
il CEI1I "GASGARETS"
Best Liver and Bowel Cleanser
and Stomach Regulator
Known.
Get a 10-cent box.
Put aside just once the Salts,
Pills, Castor, Oil or Purgative Waters
which merely force a passageway
through the bowels, but do not thor
oughly cleanse, freshen and purify
these drainage organs, and have no
effect whatever upon the liver and
stomach.
Keep your "insldes" pure and fresh
with Ca.scarets. whlcn thoroughly
cleanse the stomach, remove the un
digested, sour food and foul gases,
take the excess bile from the liver and
carry out of the nysteni all the con
stipated waste matter and poisons in
the bowels.
A Casearet tonight will make you
feel great by morning. They work
while you sleep never gripe, sicken,
and cost only 10 cents a box from
your druggist. Millions of men and
women take a Ca.sc.aret now and then
and never have Headache. Biliousness,
Coated Tongue, Indigestion, sour
stomach or Constipated Bowels. Cap
carets belong in every household.
Children just love to take them.
Advertisement.
RETURNS TO WIFE AFTER
TWENTY YEARS' ABSENCE
ANDKRSON', Ind., Sept. 2 3. After
CO years absence during which time
his wife had mourned him as dead
and then remarried, Martin McCand
llss returned to Anderson and today
was wed again to the wife of hia
youth.
c One morning a score of years ago
McCandliss left his wife and two chil
dren and started off to his work as
usual, the difference being that he did
not return when night came. The
wife waited. Then she received as
Mirancn that he had been killed in a
railroad accident and after a period
of mourning was married to Charles
Kriekh-y.
Three months ago McCandllss re
turned as suddenly as he had left.
Tiw domestic life of the Briekleys. it
appears, had not been going smooth
ly, ar.d Mrs. Hriekley. soon after Mc
Candllss return, obtained a divorce
and today Mrfandliss and Mrs.
V.rlckley replighted the troth given
manv year? ago. They will live here.
WANTED TO DIE ON
HIS NATIVE SOIL
NKW YORK. Sept. 2 9. Saying that
lie v;ls an American citizen and
wished to die on American soil. Wil
liam S-;ott of Chicago, boarded the
Caledonia at Glasgow, despite a warn
ing from the ship's surgeon to stay
ashore until he felt better.
The liner was brought to a stop
nbout 1.000 mile east of Sandy Hook,
while the passengers stood at the rail
to see the body of the aged man drop
into its grave In the s a.
Scott was born in Scotland and
was returning from a visit to his
Virthplaco near Glasgow when he
died of heart disease Thursday. The
Caledonia arrived here Sunday.
fcntKXGTIIKV W11AK K1DMTYS
Don't suffer longer with weak kid
neys. You can wret prompt relief by
taking tZlectric Bitters, that wonder
ful remedy praised bv women every
where. Start with a bottle today, you
will soon feel like a new woman with
ambition to work, without fear of
pain. Mr. John Howling of San Fran
ioo. writes: "Gratitude for the
wonderful effect of Electric Bitters
prompts ine to write. It cured my
Av.f. when all else failed." Good for
the liver as wvll. Nothing better for
lndU'i-stlon or biliousness. Price, 50c
and 51. CO at all druggists.
knight iii:s.
VNDX. SMt. 2y. Sid Alfred
East. ',. president of the Boval S -ciety
.,f British Artists, died Sunday.
was knight-d in 1910. Some of
li'.s works are shown in the Carnegie
nrt gallery. Pittsburgh; art institute,
Chicago; and other American galler-iCi.
M8H0PLMIES WIN
OVER BIPLANES
IS YOUR LAXATIVE
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MRS. JOSEPH A. BLAKE.
NEW YORK, kSept. 28. Having sued Mrs. Clarence Mackay for $1,
000,000 for alleged alienation of her husband's affection, Mrs. Joseph A.
Blake Is ready to drop the suit, providing, she says. Dr. Blake returns to
his home.
Mrs. Blake is as much in love with her husband as ever and she de
clares he is the world's greatest surgeon and that he came to New York a
stranger and arose to the highest pin nacle on sheer ability.
BEGINS SELF IMPOSED
PRISON TERM TODAY
New York State Chairman of Reform
Legislation Will Make Psychologi
cal Study of Confinement of Man.
AUBURN. N. Y., Sept. 2 9. Thomas
Mott Osborne, chairman of the New
York state prison reform legislation
will begin a self-imposed term in
Auburn prison Monday. The consent
of Supt. of State Prisons Riley and
Warden Rattigan has been obtained.
The primary purpose Is to determine
the psychological effect of prison con
finement upon a man. Mr. Osborne
outlined his purpose Sunday to the
convicts and while conceding that
there are many short comings In such
an experiment justified his purpose
by this statement:
"I have the feeling that after I
have really lived among you. march
ed In your lines, shared our food,
gone to the same stone cells at night
and in the morning looked at God's
sunlight, through those same iron
bars that then and not until then
can I feel the knowledge which will
break down the barriers between my
soul and the souls of my brothers."
Mr. Osborne was asked if he would
accept dungeon punishment If he
broke a rule and he replied that he
absolutely expected no consideration
if he was guilty of any infraction.
KILLED IN REVOLVER DUEL
WINCHESTER, Ky.. Sept. 2 9.
Ellis Brandenburg was killed and his
wife and Ren White were fatally
wounded Sunday in a revolver duel
in the public road here, which re
sulted from a quarrel started by ef
forts of White and his cousin, Char
les llollin, to drive past the buggy in
which Mr. and Mrs. Brandenburg
were riding. Hollln was arrested.
Health and Beauty Answers
KY MRS. MAI'
T. M. : Though your tlesh worries yvu.
d not t-ikf erwunoe with vlolvnt exer-le
niul exni:gr.itl lleMnqr. You hid letter
life this simple but effective flesh reducer.
wliih vu r.in mnke at home. :tnd about
vhl-h liiinlrl linve written to pml
iU rapid and effective nation. Huy four
ounvs of partialis from any druggist.
lLssrlve in pint boiling water. Al
low to vnl, .x train and take a talle-p.Hu-ful
Nfore ea-h meal. Continue the
course until you rert h normal weight.
Anni L. : lvuvdervd deiator.e i the
mot effective thlnif of whi-h I know
for removing stuMrn hairy growth.
it iin original pnekage tnd mix enough
powder with water to cover the hairs not
wanted. Apply atrd in '2 or o minutes
remove, wasii the skin jind the hairs
are gone. This is n quick, harmless
methyl and seldom neds repeating. IV
sure it Is debitone you get.
J. A. II.: No. I would hardly criticize
yon for your lack of ambition, it H due
to Impure Mood and Its sluggish action,
the natural result of the summer's hewt.
Your npi-etlte and energy can be regained
by taking, before each meal, a taM
spnojiful of n mixture composed of one
ounce cf kaniene. d1s.lTed In a half pint
of alcohol, to nr. tea l added half a cup
of sujjar and hot water tr make n full
qusrt. It will cleanse the bloI und
r.ssit i:w tissue to lere!op firtd will uf
t.t your emplexion hr lending the glow
of health to rvur cheek. Th! wlH mike
yiu feel like u new ivrsou and bxk as
jvm ftvl.
I Vila: I use a lotion instead ef faoe
powder. T!ils home made spurmax lo
tion will tor. and clear the skia. over
om ivn rer;s and wriJkl4 and act
as a jnd-tlo:i af.iln-st nun und wind.
It I l.-ap and in very way ejual to
the exp4i:sh-e li)Uld faow powders. (1tt
4 rtiinciN of spurmax fn'tn your drup
pNt and lLvs.lve in a half piu of ht
water. To this add 2 teaionful of
l fr1r.' and y.ur lotion is "oiiij'efe.
Apply frvly after washing and thor
oughly drylnjr the fae. cek and nrms.
Th r-ult" will plea-sp ywu. for he lotion
irl-s ulck".y. sn a part of the skin
and zln a velvety texture to the face.
Ml. K.: Your hnir ton!' is worth ltss.
KxperitMHt prompts in to rv-onin'iid
uulruvlu ba!r tvtiic to you, because it tas
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THIRD MAN OUT FOR
PRESIDENT OF MEXICO
Liberal Republican Party Names Col.
David I)e La Fucnte Dx-Cabinet
Member Under Ilucita,
MEXICO CITY. Sept. 29. Col.
David De La Fuente, former minister
of communications and public works
in Gen. Huerta's cabinet, has been
put forward as presidential candidate
by the so-called liberal republican
paity. This makes the third nomina
tion for presidential honors.
The liberal republican candidacy
was first offered to Gen. Aurelio Blan
quet, minister of war, but was de
clined by him with the assertion that
he was not ambitious to enter the
race and would not accept the candi
dacy of any party. Dr. Gregorio
Mendizabal, a former senator, was j
named for the vice presidency with j
Col. De La Fuente. Both have ac-
cepted.
Lively interest is centered in the
latest development of the internal
situation, the announcement of the j
recall to Mexico of the ex-president, ;
Porfirio Diaz. Coupled with Gen. :
Huerta's announcement to the diplo-!
mats abroad, that the revolution has ;
been finally suppressed. It has given
rise to all sorts of speculation, one of '
them that the ex-president was asked
to return, so that he might resume his j
place on the war council boards, so
that he would be available In an ad-
visory capacity in case of a general ;
breaking out of hostilities. !
W YXTFJ) INSURANCE.
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Sept. 29.
Leo Deninger. 27, was arrested Sun- j
day night charged with having set !
fire to his home t.t 124 6 Nordyke av.
in order to collect $600 insurance. '
Deninger is said to have confessed.
Neighbors discovered the blaze and
extinguished it before much damage
was done.
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'2 pint nlX)hol, thon ,uUl pint u.terjt-
"imi jucr ronie is riuv. mis (juaizoin
is a tuitural Imlr tonic finl stimulant
vhJ-li toi.s tht iK-hiiic anil luriin:
inost instantly, mol makes the hnl so
lie.ilthy it ovennnMes dandruff aiol eor
rts exiess elliness. Whn fhU is .lone
nn n!nnl.i!ie of fluffy, brilliant, even
Mloretl hair is vrta1n to follow.
W. : No. ef(r Is not the het thine
with whltJi to remove tlamlrutT. I never
ue animal matter on my Ir.ilr. as it forms
n sort of film on hoth alp nn1 hnlr.
Your dandruff can be itlr'ly removii
niM th hiilr made brilliant, soft an
Huffy ly the use of this lnex.i-Ki.'dve home
prepartsl shaino. w hit h Is superior to
sny I htre ever l'u ahl to huv. D5s--"lve
a tea po.m fill of ennrhrox". which
you ea." jret at nnr dru? store. In aip
ef hot water. This. ruMwl 1 n t the
sonlp. create a ri-h. smooth ' lather,
which thoroughly rlerinses hth hair and
oalp. An waIoual shampoo with this
mixture, followtM ly a thoroug-li rinslnc.
will rid jou of lnth itohln and dandruff,
heautlfy your hair, and .make your head
ft-el especially jrood.
. L. L. : Yes. her face must look ten
ye-ars ytuntrer without the wrinkles and
yours will show the wme Improvement If
J"u uo my reripe for this vegetable
Jelly, which you can prepare very cheaply
t hom. It cured my wrinkles very
ulokly and I still u?e It as inventive.
a.Ti ounce of almozoin nt your druj:
Kivts. dissolve It in hlf pltit cold water
and add two teaspoon ful ply"erine. It
should be ued often and workenl well
lr.to the pores. It protei the skin
ctnlnst tan and freckles, while actlnar as
a fvvd in roundlr.fr out hollows.
'onstnno : You are wry foolirh to
tako chances by uinjr lelladonnn in your',
eye. Its efT"t is nly te:aprary. "You '
an both beautify and strvnrthn them
with this simple tonlo, which "sts 1- :
ni'wt nthlni: and an l nad'- up at
home. Put 1 ounie orystr.s In 1 pint cr!d.
'ar water and dron 2 or .'t drops In each
eye a fe.r tlmos lally. This simple tonb- i
in very SiKthinc nu stren rthnl:is to ;
smarttnjr. wek eys and its fre- '
int.tly ovn'oins the mod for arln-s.
It should 1h kept handy, as it is rlnt for
jrranulaTM lids aud to reaiove foreign
particles. YdTertiemeat.
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Will be as Plentiful as
the 4 leaf clover in sum
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No Telephone Orders
$3.00 DRESS
SKIRTS 9
Women's Pros Skirts, odors
blue, lilack and gray, with
Clover Day coupon $1.9."J.
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25c SILK TIES J
FOR 1 C
Men's 25 silk neck ties, new
patterns with Clover Day cou
nm 17c.
30c WORTH
CORN FLAKES . . .
3-10c packages Quaker toast
eil corn flakes with Clover Day
coupon 19e.
$10.00 Brussels
RUG, 6x9
Brussels- rups, new jxttern;
with Clover Day coupon S7.95.
75c VELVETS
ELyETs 39c
FOR
One lot of velvets, in assorted
colors; worth 75c yard; with
Clover Day coupon 39c.
25c BOYS'
WAISTS . . .
19c
All sl.es to 15. sowl mater
ials, with Clover Day coupon
19c.
WOMEN'S 10c
HOSE
6c
Women's gauc lisle hose, in
black and tan, with Clover Day
cOiiton 6c.
$4.00 HATS
FOR
Women's new fall hats, in
and colors. Clover Day $2.95.
$3 CURLY BUCK- (TJ
SKIN COATS
Child's curly bearskin coats
Clover Day coupon $1.79.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
I furnisa the complete equlj
mcnt, from th flrnt call to th
burial.
Both Phones 219 So. St. Sow St.
m HOMEOF GOOD CLOTHES
CB. STEED, rVIGR
W. J. NEIDHART
114 E. Jefferson St.
Painting, Vall Papering
and Picture Framing
1.9S
mmmm
19c
.87.95
S2.9S
HARRY L YEBBICK
Tomorrow Tuesday v Will b
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Darsaois
$4.00 SKIRTS
wax vj esr i
Women's serc skirts,
talloretl; $4.00 value;
Clover Day coupon $2.95.
well
with
$1.00 waists tis:
FOR 03C
Women's line lingerie waists,
emlnoidery and lace trimmed;
$1.00 value, with Clover Day
coupon 65c.
35c WORTH OF
SWEET POTATOES 3 C
12 pounds sweet potatoes,
with Clover Day coupon 25c.
$25.00 RUG (
FOR I
9x12 Hartford Axmlnster
rugs, worth $25.00, with Clover
Day coupon $19.95.
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5c BARBER
TOWELS
3c
Barber or kitchen towels,
with red border, with Clover
Day coupon 3c.
FOR 5JC
New lot boys shirts, assorted
patterns, vith Clover Day cou-
Ion 25c.
10c OUTING
FLANNEL OC
Best 10c outins flannel, with
Clover Day couioii, yard 8c.
black
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PREMIUMS THIS WEEK
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EYES EXAMINED
Mid Headache ReKe-red without d us
of Drugs by
H. LEMON TREE
tfectii Bend's Ieallng Optemrtvt od
Man Ufa eta ring O&tfcian.
222 U, So. Mldiljrs-n Street.
' IIozzm rbo'ne 6T04. Btl PboM S47.
. ttJBdmr from 9 to 10 JO A. IL
UNDERTAKER
535 N. AUohJjran SU
Home Phono 6211; lleM llione 5
tl Daily TraSiM $m ttAs&
Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS
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in the clover
none of these
without them.
No Goods C. 0. D.
70c LINOLEUM F
FOR 35C
Blabon's linoleum, aborted
pntterns; sells at 70 yard; wilh
Clover Day coujxn 55c.
60c BOWL AND Of
PITCHER 3yC
Lare sie 1mu1 aivl pitbr,
with Clover Day couim)m S9.
39c
Women's fine Jersey ribled
union sul5, heavy ueisht. with
Clover Day coupon 39c.
20c APRONS
FOR
9c
Women's percale aprons,
Clover Day coupon 9c.
with
ilia
25c HOUSE
SE 17c
BROOM
Best 25c house brooms
Clover Day couimmi 17c.
5
$1.00 UNION
SUITS
79c
Women's bleached union
Jersey ribbed, with Clover
coupon 79c.
suits
Day
MEN'S $1.50 (g A
SWEATERS . . . 3) I I J
Men's sweaters in military
and roll collar, with Clover I)ay
coupon $1.19.
EYES EXAI11KED FREE
Glasses Fitted at Modern w Iiicct
ati?f action Cuarnui-d.
asa il n p t i r i k u i li)
dr:j. burke &co
Leading Opttciaiw of .Nortliern liMl
ana 234 &. Michigan St. Sexwlaj
W to lo by Arjyotntmenu
NOTICE: W dnpllcat any Icn
the eame day. No matter who fitt4
tnom. IS 'lux tha piece.
ifi as. 11Snig4M , ST.
Suits for Men and Women
$15, $18 and $20.
Easy Payment.
GATELY'S
112 11 Jvttrrsnn Bird.
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ail to Bring
leaf slip as
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items sold
35c FLOOR
OIL CLOTH . . .
I'loor oil -lo:h. dark and
light :atterns, with Closer ly
(oupon, artl 25.
60c DRAPERY
CLOTH, YARD
...49g
(iood heavy drairy cloth, in
red and brown, with Clover Day
coupon 19c.
WOMEN'S 25c
HOSE
17c
Women's 'nt blak Ikij, wltti
reinforcetl heel and toe. worth
25
Cloved Day coupon 17c.
25c Worth of
Santa Claus Soap .
5 -5c !ars Santa Claus soap,
with Clover Day couim 15c.
25c KNIT
WAISTS
Children's knit tanty waists,
all sizes, with Clover Day coti
llon 15c.
with
MEN'S 75c
SUITS . . .
45c
Men's Jersey ribbed union
suit1, with Clocr Day couhmi
I5c.
75c WOOL
SERGE . . .
.Ml wool scrc dress rh1s. in
new shadcx, with Clover Day
-oupon irc.
$6.00 PLUSH
COATS FOR
.S3.95
Child's black plu-h coat, with
(lover Day -rnpon s;,.95.
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$3.50 WOOL gfi
SERGE DRESSES . . tywU
Children's sere dieses sics ( to
1 I, with Clover Day oupn S2.5o.
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title irwurniM e m l i v ivr- nil tli
;ulvantau" f an . t -t in t with a
.Sino.nort.iHi miarantie loud in ad
dition, ll n-oalh r-t l- than
an alNlr;i( l. Alwaj- with more.
Indiana Title and
Loan Company
Tit:e Illciir.. Corner Main and
( Voter st-.
Hell I'horM- i:W'2.
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