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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES Six Trusted and True Servants Must Give Way to the March of Progress T?UJ ;in'1 '-r" Tsi,:v .,r.! K 1 ;e, old and i ;. k is Jv :,,.,r ,dd. Ti. 1. m :UKJ Ki;'L' ;iU ""!5t Jh:i'..- bee ;lt ho station .. I IJ for They haxn nuth v ed the;, u-pfil- y.,,is. hut th-v are settin:,' too old now mey ur. to i-iioviMi , for active tm o. Thev cannot """" 1 ' -s i im ., K iJ-oiiii- engine ran j; thrown Lv the Refugees Reparing Homes EBT GEIffl lodvc r some tiling mor infj ar" to f.- 1! 3nto the dboard, march of propres.. Pouth Hend i-- r;i; Tnt. opolitan In more The city has de i . I 1 th it h.or.-.v are It very Rood thinj; red to haw- on t!;.. city payroll. '(" " ! . ; 1 !, '. tn.ifl i't',f I"" ll'.e M I '.K P. I M V Cim.'ll L'O so th y ;ir- to Pe r-jila' by tins mod : n on t : a ption for hre tixhtiri?. J Tii !dy iv 1: years old, and Kap j s mud ounirer. h'-.r.' only nine, ! ''it they art- to luv 'a a , t o. to th'; jr.folin- r r: t.' 1 r . . -J i r 1 and Kii; arc in'!- u ousters im I a r ' 1 to 1 ; 1 1 1 v ami Kork and 'VfA3$jV TAV1 T'--xV GIVES BELG V IS ITEMIZED I Millions Upon Millions of Dol lars Will be Required to Repay the Stricken Little Country, ! -..Mi.ar.d to Hillv ai.d Kork and! V . TJLJ- '' ' ' ' .l -X : -K - V,'y ".7" tor one thit.p. tlu-y .at too ,lli;rh ; T: :':.;.-. h:it th y have- to -o, too. Jin. 4 I . ,tf: i 1 1' j . f 1 VV'J i- H"5-; ' ll- h,, theV r- wo-kin'. and th.-i- i ,.:,rs old and Kmc is 1 Thy 1; H' hi i ' ".r -H" , city authorities :irK'- thV iüarnu. i: 1 h., ,. I... ;tt station No. 10 for H '" J T ' &i 'f'd '-'' 1 p : C 4 k ' ö! a"line nein h do r.ot -.t -vh::., i;i ti....... TuU.y an.l Kaj.e pull ' , U r 1 Ujv? '. " ' V" t-y rf-st. .: ar- rhmr to nnln-it!. tr;i. U from ho station No. 7. " r JfA - V'U U ? I'- ' ; V J' v ' V tain, and th-y a!-,, aruu- that eis- j Th. s-.v fa-.thful hör-, not V l- . 'li't i f'.'CS'LJl lU-'VjiT-4-:-'. line ensin rat. to Lst-r ai;d far-i-.in- i ;ht r.uav. hut it will not .t- ; . ' ' f' iV IvT- r l""! v''- i .'r- ll,pr ran rorx-s -,m wiuicut r.ttuur. i ir,n!r UIitll tn,.,. ;ir(. ropiard hy the ho. In vP v. of th's" ,ir;:ini'rit, more n,,d.-rti :i.t.;ir.itiw for tichtiiiL- ! nam.d Hilly and fix nurses und Tuhhy ;tnl Kapf. and Jim Kfn. are to .- rut from th iy j riyroll. Thy aie to h" ph.''d li pm j 1 1 ir ri pension ii1-:, or soiu to sonu Kindit ap it'" ! '.if. Th- ity i.-t rapidly srowinc:. nd !:,?id t lin k;i fptv 'kj:i Iii i - :i!rp iHi- rir-n. tl atin ith niahrrs of lirr- truckH for P'irrhas" of tu- trnrks to take pla- (f th'' tlllf r- team.-". Prct Stnitli told th' otin"tl Mnn- ly for licht work, mi eh as plowing or liarrowlnff or pruhblnfr. I'rtx't Louin J. Smith of th Poarl of public safety appeared hefore tli city rounril Monday night with his day niuht that as sr?n as thf safty hoard ohtaiiH-d all th data relative to the prieos fif tl;f tr icks, he would lav it hfor the niemhrrs prelimi- ir.arv to asuinc lor an appropriation plan ror unr.or.Mn outii uend s tire fOP the j.urchaye of th? trucks. tiopariment. Tlie nieinoe.r- of the council Mon- Thi hoard president said that the safety hoard had hern considering for som time the ju re ha . of auto day night agreed i woaru mal liiere ! placement rf t he with the safety sliould T'O a re horses with auto LNI)f'X. Oct. .'2. Some of th? : I items which Jigure on c;ermany's j I hill in Belgium are given as follows i I from an orhrial Ii?lcian source: i "Local contributions and lines I levied by Germany on Belgium in 1 '. I 4 S . 0 0 0. U 0 0 pou n ds. "War contributions from K14 to I'M f 3 S, 400,000 pounds. "War contributions seven months to May, 1917 I4.00',0o0 pounds. from May. 2 b . b 0 " . u 0 trucks to take the pho-- of the thre .b. ,.,,,1 , ,.v(.rt,.,l tli.t ::s i teams of the rhty hr- department .soon as the safety board has com t'nat have resisted the advance of j.-tfl its in stigations in regard to )rogrey so far. tjin j.uradiase of the ne-, e.uipmeia. The horses arc getting old. thejtho TlCr--ury appropriation will he doctor explained. lhlly is 11 ea i s J furth oming. The photo shows a French family returned to their homes in a devas tated ilia ge recently captured from the Huns. working in onU-r to make the home habitable. The soldiers often aid the peasants in this work of reconstruction. WAR CHARITIES GET $16,034.32 FROM THE WORLD SERIES GAMES LOCAL HOSPITAL NURSE DIES OF INFLUENZA; 7 SISTERS ALSO NURSES Miss l.l'en May Stuart, a student i nurse at Kpworth hospital, died at the hospital Monday evening at 7:10 o'clock after an illness of pneu monia that followed an attark of ytated Monday making inroads upon the health of the members of the students' army training corps, of w Iii eh he is rom- j mamler. There has been 'lily one iteatti m the corps since it was or ganized, and there are more than 7'"t members in training. At pres ent there are thre p.uients a, the St. Joseph hospital her' and two ni thes- are ery ill. ('apt. Murray NVu - Titn-s Spe i;l Service: CINCINNATI. th. Oct. check for $ 1 .;; 4 . : : n w as forwarded j to See'v of Wat Maker Monday by j the Uoston Anieiican league dub i players. It represents 10 per vent j of the reem:e received by all in terested parties in the recent World' I series, to be donated to War charities'. COiMITTEE WILL I IIUUL IIILilUUIIL! I i "War contributions l 1 M 7 . t May. l'.'l j pounds. j "War contributions from dune to Hctober of the current year, ir.."'0. iloo pounds. "Kuw material and machinery taken by the Germans were rockon ted by them in January, 191.". at h j 000. ooo pounds. The damage- to De cember. J'JH, estimated oy the 'North German Gazette, amounted to 1:00,000.000 pounds, this mi. king a grand total of .".S t.'JOO.OoO pounds." These items do not include mater ial destruction and requisitions since January. 191.".. which alone must be reckoned at several hundred million po und.. During the winter of Ib lgian workingmen to the number of 1.-T.-.o.ooo were deported to Germany. 'The future production oi xnrse men was thus totally lost to their country. To the Patriotic Shopping Public: All Christmas pa:k:ii;v must .o lv mail Ivture buviiiQ now earlv hours in the morniiis; is hest. U.'Cjmh.T 5t'n. i) cui ''itt- TT?) 4 V ros. Co Store Opens at 8:30; Close 5:30 Sat. to 9:30 p. m. Don't Fail to See: I he N ew v Winter Coats Here City Council Wants Time to In vestigate S1 5,000 Appro priation Ordinance. onlv Spanish influenza that lasted cue week. Miss Stuart, whose home j 1'xbridge. Ontario. Canada, is seventh of eight sisters to join the army nurse corps. She was in train ing here, coming here from her homo only siv weeks ago. Her sis ter Jean, who is a nurse in New York city, is seriously ill with the luJ'uenza. Her other d-ters are Kmma and Margaret in France, Mary at Camp T'pton. Fiidgeport, Conn. The only sister who U not a nur..' Is Mr. Harry Ort of this t it y. She a No has one brother, Allen, living j in Montana. The body will be sent j to th home of her parents. Mr. and j Mrs. Norman Stuart, in Fxbridge. Canada, Wednesday morning at 1:1. o'clock. th ment. had died of the disease, that department is not within dent from but his trie ( mrisdietion ('apt. Murray and his staff of lieutenants make a careful inspec tion of all the j.. embers of the corps daily and the tirst sneez' sends a man to sick bay for treatment. if the patient does not improve lie is sent to the St. Joseph hospital here. The. men are gien light workouts ind I.eata at I daily and the program of training N teing delayed, due to the precau tions necessary to light the "flu." The total amount is $ 1 .:;4(...!h night that on stu- j ,ui tu i;oston players contributed preparatory depart- j $."1 .".27 shortly after the series ended. Sec'y I'.aker is asked to dis tribute the amount MAJ. GEN. LIPSETT IS KILLED BY SNIPER ! After reporting favorably on sev !eral appropriation ordinances asked ji'or by the board of public works, the ! city council committee of the w hole ; Monday night decided that it prob ably would be better if a little in vestigating was done before any . iiunner iavoiao.e reports on or dl- oou.im mw.m.. . . ... .., : t Inanre.s of this diameter wti m:nlf. ! blue, with fre l,o,iM., ' hi. . ..aj. lien. I . ( - - I. Lipsett, C. p,. r. M. G.. recently ! Tlivroforc. u hen the board of ' !- .'...IT . L . . r .i. . . .. l : . l : . . : .i i k l o i i 1 n is. t 1 i I lO- I .IM.HIMM - . . , ,:,.. ,.-!l. f.l-.liivin.'i. .im.mi,riltii,n i 1 Ulm t..1 1UH l.lll 10001 Is Ol Mllir Ulf the streit lighting fund, the commit tee decided to postpone action on it for a period of two weeks. commander o slur., and a general staff officer, has i b-on kilb-d He was shot by a Ger- j tnan sniper while inspecting posi tion at the front, den. i.ipyett -was iu:.rTirih iiumi: roi: sali:. Owing to my moving; from South F.end I am offering my residence at 12 V.. South st.. for sale at a real bargain. It is without question one. of the best finished and beautifully decorated homes in the city. The main rooms are finished in solid ma hogany woodwork, doors and beam ed ceiling. The walls were canvass ed and decorated by artists from Mandel Pros, of Chicago. The din ing room is finished in white ojiamel (eight rubbed coats) with solid ma- canvassed walls in -hand paintings in the panels of the frieze, and a beau tiful chandelier of butler's silver. CAPT. MURRAY FIGHTS "FLU" SUCCESSFULLY AT UNIV. OF NOTRE DAME .lACIv I 'KOST IS MOBILIZING. I!e prepared when he strikes. You don't have to fight to get a square deal when you buy the host grade of Indiana and Illinois coal from C. H. DeFret s. Home phone ."279; "15 S. Taylor st.; Dell phone '79. Advt. S.IOLtf 4 4 v ea i s oh l.i ..a ,.Mrr.,i t,o HHtun ' However, before the .$l.".00o oidi- IV. ...... . v ... . , j nance came up before the coinmit ifee. a measure appropriating SvooO lt.. ik I..... ...i ,.f ,....!.. ....... .t I 1 ill I . v L nd alley fund, one appropriating rl army in '. He served in India in 1 9a 7-1 '.oj y . and at the outbreak of ,ti. .. ii i'.n.f. vt-ift fituvrii" U'l i'oaio i w'.i-.ic v. o 111 i I 1 n il.' ti .-.ix- attached to the permanent Canadian i f,,., ,i i'r,.,iro-,u1t Volunteering -.-l.'Miu to Hie ooafl or pur, lie worKSi j his services he came overseas as ai'ity hall fund, anotlier appn.pi iat- j brigade f ommander inthe Tust Ca-Jing $2.o0i. to the board of public j nadian contingent, later hdng trans- Uvork gar age fund, and still an I ferred to the third division. lotlu r appropriating $2. ',() to the built-in bath tub and high tile wains oting. canvassed above and free hand painted in morning gl"ry de iirn. The lighting fixtures for the house were designed by a New York factory. The doors are of solid oak including even the closets. Flertrieal I experts sav that the wiring is the Lverything is being done at Notre Lame b Cupt. Murray, Y . S. A., to r.eep the Sjianish in:',uena from We i an store that furnituie. stov e, trunk, piano, etc., at a reasonable, price. Call Home r."lri, Lell No. 114. Inter-City Transfer Co. Advt. S709-tf ciirsTM'T sii: roKi: l-'nr Case liurners just rcceiwd. Knoblock ikv Msrtin. successors to William L. Shimp. I'd- W. Wash ington. Adv t. Si:'.i-27 Begi fTT TT mf TH in You Chistmas Shopping Now TT TT O AX & Co. Wc Sell Dependable Merchandise at Price Loivcr than Any Other Store You're Probablv Paving Too Much for Toilet Articles Unless You're Acquainted with the Wav We Price Them w w I a:ui Willi.ims' Tal in cvor.il vljiih!- c.m 15c StWM.l 1 . Pc.vAijr, Facial S.ip. 19c Ill Ll, lU UUl 19c t".d 10c Mennen cum ful odor-. Wood hi Cream or at 'a-Ne-Ta for feet, 25c value at . . Vaseline Camphor roijsh skin, special . . Blue Seal Vasehne. small sc 6c, lare sire 10c Dr. Cir.ives" TnequaleJ. Tooth 25c value Mum. a delicate de-aram, peci Wclvina for th.e ddiiplexion . . . . Melba, Dry Rou;e. special Melh.i fose Blu;-h, a miie witi base, special . t s--x- '. , t v I :I- "''.''"'"''' 'L. MS hnaud'v "Lilac de France." a superior toilet perfume, excel lent for the handkerchief, atomiz er and bath; delightful after shav ine;. 'erv special 75c made value .39c Nilodox prevents odr, lo correct perspiration, 5(h ar at Liderine, lare buttle. pe cial .39c Powder. Rubiüum. liquid for the teeth. 2 5c at aeiuitnc 19c al . .19c . . 19c . 35c . .43c an oil . .25c Williams' Toilet Water. lare bottle, fecial . 38c Welba (ireasele Cream special .. .43c 4 Oxzvn C'omtMexion Poder. special.. 9c Jap Rose ('old Cream. 2 5c at dap Roe Face Pi' , ' t L r .V! at . 19c .23c board of pudio works miscellaneous fund were reported upon favorablv, in spite of tin- muttered objection of Councilman William Coded, repub- j licnn. that the board of works seeni- Kd to be spending much money inj I haul), g garbage. , j Tile crunmittee also passed favor lably upon an riit.a uce ap)i opriat- ling d.Od to the boird of public j safety w ith V.iii. Ii to have the Oadil-j Tac patrol wagon, which was burned j several weeks ago. repaired. j An ordinance changing the name; most modern, complete, and conven iently arranged of any house in the state. The kitchen is a small, com pact, step-having, "steamboat" kitch en anl will appeal to the heart of any housewife. The house is dose to town, close to the Studebaker offices and in a splendid residence district. Today it could not be built for ru T,nr repft more than I am asking for it. Carage is included. If interested write me at Charlotte. X. C. and I will send you price and full particu lars'. Pr. H. A. Thomson. No matter how critical ou may be. you will lind here a coat that becomes you admirably and that satisfies your ideas of style, quality and lit. Some fur-trimmed models are included. Smart Coats of Cloth: Loose backs or semi-titted effects. Belted, with large collars of rich fur, plush or of self material. Some with wide bands of fur around the bottom. Every seasonable color in Crystal Cord, Silvertones, Pom" Pom, Sealette Plush, Broadcloth and Wool Ve lours, from $25.00 to $55.00. An Infinite Variety Lovely New Dresses New Silk and Jersey Dresses In coat ellect, attractively bound with cloth or silk; loose back elTect with braid and button trimmings, front-and back panels, neck neatly piped. Modes suitable for every ligure from 16 to 46. Colors: Navv, tan, burgundv and black. Priced from $19.75 to $35.00. Silk and Satin Dresses Of line quality, beaded and embroidery trimmed. Skirts draped to the side. Long and short tunics, some with fringe giving the required touch to com plete the French effect. All sizes and newest shades. From $25.00 to $35.00. A tf -;! I C. ' V-d tb:-.: i' Hv: 'M v u if - i Many IxclnsivcNcw Models in Winter Millinery A new line just arrived by express of beautiful Pattern Hats from the well known hat makers, Phipps, Gage, Hylands and Fisks, tailored and semi-dress modes in black, taupe and brown, from $10.00 to $18.50. Display of Superior Shirt Waists Georgette Waists in white, vest effect of real lilet. also collar of liiet in stripes, cuff with in sert nt lilet. at $15.00. Semi-tailored modei, double breasted, with pearl button fastenimr in white and tiesh, at $10.00. The Newest in Gloves Lambskin and White kid Gloves with black silk ditching also white on black, at $2.25, $2.75. Washable Care Gloves in manv colors at $2.25, S2.50, $2.75. UHRO-RUSIiMS ASK FOR INDEPENDENCE YOU CAN'T WORK WELL WITH A GOLD WASHINGTON. Oct. 22. Pres't j Wilson was asked today by rejire- j sentatives nf the American national j R U jt Dr. Bell's Pine council of I hrodlusins to take into tu j c.msiderathui the national asnira- lar-Honey and enjoy I tions of their -. oie. the IPatheriiai , your job. m any peac .us-ussioP.s w:tn aus- i tria-Hnngary. ' on.-t.u.t ouhintr. v Iktzüi;'. nif- The membris of the dd at iui. Hing k.cj. arj fron thinking clearly. wh said th - represent "eo.nna DR. L. H. WIRT, DENTIST 311 UNION TItUST HLDG. X-Itnj Anacistliftl. Homo rhono S9I; Hell 227. Open creniii except WcaJucxIajt. I on't fe.'d hea vy-l.ea ded. jenp WASHINCiTON. 212. Tho asi-tant ct. bca-v ,,f Mai. C. 1 1. Lyelle military attache of the Hriti-h em basc'. '"'bo d last we-k o- pneu- f ,t : ... ....... t: ii vo loi owiMir inuuen..t. was whole Mondav nicht will ome up fin tinal action at tin regular meet ing of the eoum-il to-xt .Monday t.iuht. C Ii..,, .t .k Tl ln n -Ii. vroiriftiol ! ,. I buried ni Arimuton cenietf-ry Mum- ","n ', ,tlijv w.th fu,j ,ail.tn.v honors d upon by tlie committee of the i will ome up.' LEADS CZECHOSLOVAKS IN FIGHT FOR FREEDOM llutheniir.s in the Cnited States, illt-'ed th pre.uib'Ut to us.' Iiis in i!uenco to secure for them ojiportun y t join one of the oth.er S!.ii" n tio'-.s as a f tb ra 1 oni it' com plete independence Is found to impracticable. 'vin- into aition ith I'ine-Tar-Honev and free ladd-discomfoi t . It is i oin po-f d of i n j 1 1 ! ien t Ir. Cadi's voursi If of J.P.KcGILLCO. Ths House thit quality built." that i .e Palm verv 01ive Shaving Cream, 3 5c value. 19c Buy Toilet Soap Here fecial You Will Save Money nr.e I 'diet lilac or iolei. cuir I I (, I carnation. bars for Palm t )!i e r Jai Williams' ()!.! S'hip. special, bar Cocoa Water Üa.dilc m r l o t V ' S i fecial 9c bar. 3 . . . 25c ar 10c line ap Llder tdi it kalondemia Medicated Soar LIo-a er .12i2c . . . 10c . . . 10c X Ci stile .Williams larc,e size . . Aladdin L at 5c, 10c, 12c Shaving Soaps, small size 5c, ; sc Soap, special 9c WOMAN WITH DYNAMITE ON TRAIN IS SENTENCED TO 18 MONTHS BY LANDIS CHIOAC.o, Oct. '12. .Mrs. dabriele '. . alias "Linda .Tose." who! brought d lu'.riite from Younstown. ; .. to CliicaLo cral months ;mo Jin violation of the law, was s'-n-i tenced to 1; months' imprisonment hy .ImU'i- Landis in the federal court j today. , She told a Ctaili-'e tory of lira in i-o.n.e to t'hicauo to be alone so she could decide whether she loved more her husband or Karl Lodi. r.rineirn: the dynamite, she said, was a mere incident and was done at the ' revues; of one Muzd. i .Tudue Lan'lis suddenlv sliot a jue.-tiou at her. "Is :;et denial one of tlie hit laws of the bie-t anarchistic oru'.inlza ; ;ioe,s in th- country V" : Yes replied die cirl. e-cidently ! takev aback. Th"!i sh.e asked to withdraw the answer. ejdainip.'T ! that she had not Ufulerstood the 1 ouestiotl. hiutish iaui; ami:i: k. I.iiN'pOX. ( ct. . The C.ritish jtorces Tmhtin: north of Le Calf an have captured Ameral. online to the (dficial rt port from I-a id Mar shal Hai.ids hcadou.ii ter. in France tonight. Tlie Ilritisli are now two miles from "a".eneiennes. sooth" the tieklmu till' ease the nie omfoi -table tio;;. Ions- j; the p;l :t tion . i ii 1 1 ease tin hreathin li.''es grippe. brou liitis. hoarseness, too. I'conojnica! f. inc. Pi-ucir:!- e cry whe: ".e,-. .;nc. and $1.1'". it. help to inüumn.a - 1 ( o-e. s- -,tl;nia. satis- lerchants National Bank. I i r-t bank in -utli lU-iul to apjd for meinberdiip in ALBERTA PASSENGERS MUST WEAR 'FLU' MASKS CALdAKY. Hb.. Wt. HU. Th pi o mc i.il bo.ud of h.eal'h in a rul announced today decreed tnat alt railroad pisseners in Alberta must wear pau?o ni a ks as i r : t ' . c- -, r , d'. ,w-; Cw-d-dd i ' -.'..... ':. '-d,-j hw":f i d d J : V d I d ' ' i - d s. i d .r i FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES n n m rD r - i i l . d a l ii w a K: u Linhti fit n mum p u?i A Sure Way To End Dandruff W kad3 Lat3Ä iü never failed to remo-.e .i i:.dr it: I BfelLa f tf feöäEalLb comm-.u li-suid at , on f,om ae, d .!' (this is ;. ii ;ii i . . J 11 ill li.llL i i i . . . ''.: ;nh to nn.uster, t ! s ',,; , MOHrfiCÄ St- "SOLE SAVERS lii. 'i ! 1 - . t 1 A?yrd3 They Have Beaut3 Health and Brains :t ib 'A rc.il'y T-dutiful vrnrr.ri nl rriys a htallhy wrinrn", rer-.arkeJ or fo-; 'en- fountain of intluenz.i o I (Mil.! without n.eb will mittance to trains. i means Fe rsons refused ad- r Tiocm for a f.' niore trucks am Kir's Olive Soap, special 8c kir'v's Oatmeal, ("ol.i Cream, Rutter- mil. Witch Hacl or b'asv bather Soap, Special, bar 5c cir at the Martin Carafe. Centrally 'ic.drd. Home :dl-d F.dl tl 1. Advt. STTO-tf The ' 'ore Rpilffrn cer, Adv. rmp. I.. 'omfortah Main st. dur able FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES lndrpender.ee of th.e '"zed'.O SbAak nation has rn declared for mally by the Sde ho-.do ak cation i couta ib Th.e declaration, renounc ing abeiriince to th.e Haps': ;rr d '". tsty and announ-tnc princij.b-s for a foundation of a repu'.do. was issued in Faris and a enpv handed To Fres't U'lbson hy J. 'i-r, of the council'. star: in Washir.etrci. Th.e document was- sine.l y Ir. Thomas . Masaryk. prrider.t of th" coun cil, as premier an.t mini.-tT of hnancc. ami by other officers of th1 pro-, jsional lo rrnjnent. K:h. rel blood, tl n."e an-i youth, how? itef jt1 a clear rosy cin. Folic! tlesh. fine fomand a kren hrlcrht mind. I:cd tdoodt d women, with tronr: nervous vitality. ' are Fought after by men: thev arc the hope and leaders cf the v.-o:"lI. American womrn the "..orll in health, beauty nr.l ir.tclli0"r.re, f.rd their ntimbcr is increainc. Thcv have karnt-'l te aP: cf Iron an J I'horrhatrs j:i k'.er.r.L,- tbcni m jr- ' fcrt corditior.. 'The nurr.ter of Trr.il: rTn lout, run dovn an 1 nervnu v. m-idn i bound to df-rna-p rnpidly. on- tb I-ower r f rho-pb.ntd Irn be corr.--H more p-enerallv known", all a int doctor. -There is not a reason in tlie world why -r-rrn Fhould not , ttrorp. l-irov ar1 n. toe tr, tvt jupn when the rmdv ! t hr' "Iophatei Ir-n :. aron".pl':rj werden with niv ntit jt -iS trcstr.fd hraUb." vital!v. strn ' ;rerve' nnd harrlr". to whoT frrnl- 1 J1'. t:";' -Itv. rei. iron , ir-T-n und women that "ihv lif RTrj kfti in every .-ork". Think it ore'd i j o Insure drtor? ar.d tb.-ir rnti-nts ! PAttlnir Wa r ' .... I Tit . we have put I': r-ulf, r n P so do ' : : i a 1 1 : ha '. e. You c i n it o l ntb. witli tin- r .-.oii.i:: i ; i - T ;!' i mh" ii:" will ',:.: l . ai.d more ,t pph.-.itior.s w di-s.dve and er.t.r- iy i ::.,'! s : : i . i . d t a f ;o mu cii da n d r u n .. : y U0HEOrGO0DCÜ3THß A i 1 i Cn. - ,1 r 1; 'A Will silk ir : ra f. and 1 od r.rJurr Tour (Soctcr't V i ! 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