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A Fair Return.
er (arousing himself in bar s _ar)-All through yet. ber's Aye, lang syne. gbor "Then I must have been giflterin a quiet apl? rfibe-Ye wis that, sir. ere t was very good of you iwsten me. I am very thank il w.thatas been a most refresh " ,IeePHoots, man, haud yer S nlY a fair return. I slept d 'bugh your sermon last Saw SýiLondon Tit-bits. ven won't seem worth while to S omen unless there's an occa ". bargain sale. shri' New ship the ern TO WOMEN sca ame suffering from any form of o Sare invited to romptly cor a wteith Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, sil 7All letters are received, opened, ajn answered by woamen.A wo man can freely talk Sof. her private ill- e ness to a woman; th Sthus has been es- 0: 9 tablished this con- fe fidence between, a Mrs. Pinkham and , p the women of ý America which has a) never been broken. e Never has she pub a testimonial or used a letter t the written consent of the .and never has the Company d these confidential letters to ot of their possession, as the is of thousands of them in :faSb will attest. Out of the vast volume of experience h Mrs. Pinkham has to draw itis more than possible that she gained the very knowledge need d -out case. She asks nothing in re except your good will, and her has helped thousands. Surely woman, nch or poor, shouald b to take advantage of this gener ofer of assistance:. Address Mrs. mmcare of Lpdia E. inhaisamh Co., Lynn, Mass. iery woman ought to have E. Pinkham's 80-page Book. It is not is book for 1 distribution, as it is too sve. It is free and only able by mail. WVrite for e Wretchedne-ssE SConstipation cky be ovacome by 'S LITTLE PLLS. SIVER ma uhd 'lIga. y do their duty. P, Small D.e. Smaln Pric. e cua'et Signature PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Cleanse'a·nd beantifiei the har prmoes labi dnt g th. loever?a la to e.ore Gra Hair to its yoathfel Color. Cure. salp di es & hr tr haliie. "I" O he nlme to remem r yl eed a re for COUcMS and COLD Thompson' Eye Wate a 11ld 1** * hitanes easse4 ti Mt e.5 exas Directory - New Yo DETECTIVE AGENCY history aS Tesas, operates the largest force o ton squarE detectives in the Suth. the red undY in caa s ot handldb, Sunday W :.t*. timts ident - I--- has been OWING NAILS ROI. | Revised r when relief is certain, quick, twelve , permanent. "TaCura" neverfaila door in tl the worst cases. The only known door tdoesthework.Price$1postpaid perhas s alties wh SCURA REMEDY CO. and burn TEXAS fellow w _Inutitute of Texams the morn E Seventeen years in Carefui Dallas. After 8Cine vic years' successful lne v of Drunkenness, Drug and TobaccO proxlma s no recommnenldatioU further than line. B da of cured patients. Don't con" Only Genuine Keeley Institute of ith any of the many reputed ones. the eas $articulars. J. Ii. Kelth, Manags, quarter Circle, Dallas, Texas. C 3 Chilt bridges out the 'is a wonderful new liq- revolut iiid headache and neu- Sunda3 talgia remedy. It will Castro make your head "light" was ex in a few minutes. It is co. C absolutely safe and along harmless. lOc, 25C and tern. 50c bottles at al drug been I stores. ly ord THE HED-LYTE CO.. asul Mis. Dallas. Texas FIRE CLAIMS 150 LIVES e VICTIMS CRUSHED BY JUMPING, SMOTHERED AND CREMATED. Li HAD NO MEANS OF ESCAPE h r Girls Jump From Eighth, Ninth and t Tenth Floors to Pavement. t . Employers Escape. New York.-More than 150 persons, nO ine-tenths of them girls from the east side, were crushed to death on the pavements, smothered by smoke or shriveled to a crisp in the worst fire New York has known since the steam ship General Slocum was burned to the water's edge of North Brothers Island in 1904. Nearly all, if not all, of the victims were employed by the Triangle Waist i Company on the eight, ninth and tenth ha floors of a ten-story loft building at b) No. 23 Washington Place, on the west- e' ern edge of the downtown wholesale w clothing, fur and millinery district. n4 The partners of the firm, Isaac Har- al ris and Max Blanck, escaped unscath 13 ed from the office on the tenth floor, carrying with them over an adjoining roof Blanck's two young daughters and a governess. There was not an out- f side fire escape on the building. How the fire started will perhaps never be known. A corner on the eighth floor was its point of origin and the three upper floors only were swept. On the ninth floor fifty bodies were t- found, sixty-three or more persons n were crushed to death by jumping and d more than thirty clogged the elevator s shafts. The loss to property will not 8 exceed $100,000. .. Pedestrians going home through r Washihgton place to Washington 18 Square at 4:50 o'clock were scattered y oby the whizz of something rushing to through the air before them: there was a horrible thud on the pavement and a body flattened on the flags. Rain of Flesh and Blood. "Don't jump; don't jump," yelled the crowd, but the girls had no alternative. The pressure of the maddened hun dtreds behind them and the urging of their own fears were too strong. They began to fall to the sidewalk in a ter rible rain of flesh and blood. Four alarms were rung within fift' teen minutes. l3Beore the engines could respond, before the nets could be stretched or the ladders raised, five girls had fallen from the eighth and ninth floors so heavily that they broke through the very streets into the as g vaults below. In an hour the fre was t out: in half an hour it had done its worst. Probably the death list was full in twenty minutes. The building stands on a corner with an exposure on Iwo streets, but the only fire escape was in the interior, opening on a light and air shaft. In all there were seven exits-the single fire escape, two freight eleva tors' at the rear, two passenger eleva tors in front and two stairways. All of them proved almost useless and practically all who escaped either climbed through the roof and scramb led thence to the building occupied by the American BoOk Company, adjoin ing, or fled in the first rush for safety before the crush and the smoke grew too thick. _a al , Seven hundred pers0s, 500 of tuemn women, were employed by the com pany. They sat in rows at their whirr ing machines, the tables before them piled with flimsy cloth, the floor litter ed with lint, the air itself full of fly ing inflammable dust. The first rush of flame was almost an explosion. Op erators died in their chairs, their lungs seared by inhaling flames. Others were crowded into the elevator shafts after - the cars had made their last trip. Still others e thed off the inadequate interior fire escape. In such a horrible stream did the bodies overflow from the windows that the fire net stretched by the first com paly to arrive, were soon gorged be $ yond capacity. Twelve bodies weight ed one net to the bursting point, but r the bodies kept on tumbling to the , pavement, through meshes that could _no longer support them. The Aftermath. New York.-W7h will go down in history as the fire disaster of Washing ton square, entered upon its aftermath Sunday with 82 of the nearly 150 vic tims dentified. 'the official death list has been lessened rather than increas Revised, count shows 141 dead with twelve women and girls at death's door in the hospitals. All told 150 will perhas cns the horvatively cover the casu alties whe those whose horrible hurts and burns seem fatal have joined their fellow workers now in pine coffins in the morgue. Careful counting still rates the femi nine victims, young and old, at ap Sroxline. Broadly speaking they are Is i raeiites and Italians, living either on athe east side or in a small Italian Squarter ear the scene of the fire. '" quarter ne Oroco Has a Rebrailr Shot. Chihuahua, Mex.LThat railroad bridges are not being destroyed with out the specific order of the proper revolutionary leader was demonstrated Sunday at San A dres, when Pedro Castro, one o the minor rebel officers, was executed by order of Pascual Oroz co. Castro had destroyed bridges along the line of the Mexico North'wes tern. No instructions to do so had tbeen gien by Orozco, who immediate b ordered his arrest. He was shot by a aquad under th* command oý Villa tg sjuý PECULIAR AFTER EFFECTS OF GRIP THIS YEAR. Leaves Kidneys In Weakened Condition ! rill Doctors in all parts of the country have been kept busy with the epidemic of grip which has visited so manY homes. The symptoms of grip this year in; id are very distressing and . ave the sys- ,n tern in a run do~ a condition, particu larly the kidneys which seem to suffer tr most, as every victim comnllaiIns of lame back and urinary troubles which tt IS, should not be neglected, as these dan st ger signals often lead to more serious he sickness, such as dreaded Bright's Dis case. Local druggists report a large ire sale on Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root which so many people say soon heals and m strengthens the kidneys after an at to tack of grip. Swamp-Root is a great ers kidney, liver and bladder remedy, and, being an herbal compound, has a gen-' tie healing effect. on the kidneys, which is almost immediately noticed by those Swho try it. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing hamton, N. Y., offer to send a sample atbottle of Swamp-Root, free by mail, to est- every sufferer who requests it. A trial sale will convince any one who may be in net, need of it. Regular size bottles 50 cts. iar- and $1.00. For sale at all druggists. ath. 13e sure to mention this paper. loor, Something in a Name. fung Ella-lie's very narrow. and Stella-What do you expect of a out- flat? \\ \ ý,\' . I It£i rl " z A5 7 E LL" IISA STORY IS S""T GRIPBACKACHE T' '-, i,.L ,_ Colds and Chills Bring Kidney Ills aFebruary, March and April are the backache months, be case they are months o s colds, chills, he A p O I ew r o gSti l , weakening inluence on the kidnes. Colds, chills, or grip strain its and h Av eh d ach e, diz fe ln oach mu ce an. "nts too freq tent, painful urinary passages, sedim ent,n a h S tc is t d hie lls s Brin t takin cold, by helping topassoff to wase aa , mate oe .old c inge ll Doaks oidney Ps are viers.eul te, winter and snring ~1r wa s Chills hurt thidore Marineospit e months "idne y gone, tre oery btadly disd, mc " nd:: fiveotorsin g on eta s d era i ae tr bon es vr handca esnis t aearve t n i w e r ea s srwolle nd " sai ae .us ed t oh e an d i ortatoerl, o e.e f ands - ell ad he en d ththe wp tS neoe s opia l h eii tg w wuey Pills Yoursel l themr of codcneto. Doan's Kidneyie P aile it to Foster-Milburn d p n d ro ti itter - s T h a s eCt on theuand A free trial package of y o u th e ee hees Pills will be mailed you pror apt leva- 'S KIDNEY PILLS oA Wahing Woman's Remarkable Recovery. SSold by ll dealers. Price o cents. rAFostE RMiL Co., buffalo, N.Y., Proprietors. .. ...oe . and Alfred J O'en. No. 2nd St, Sterling Col., FRUIT, s YRU P S iter was n the Baltmre arne Hosptal for nine monthsy-two. te oter badly diseed, and five doctor n ramb- licenseacia ed rom feer n d apersist- state. "My limbs were so swollen, said aytermath The trangerAre you quit sre r a drs. Shearer, "thacould hardl get about. thc wens yo Grald- VerdIlct .t e ,- Allso Labels, Solder and Supplies ] ,,, riaQdP. s!ý _ide sT veRT~. .~r rrInrne ~es Ir SL .-. -. Doubts. The Stranger-Are you quite sure that that was a marriage license you gave me last month? The Official-Of course! What's the matter? lie The Stranger--ell, I've lived a a dog's life ever since.-Sketch. L" TO DUIVE OiUT MlTAzIhI RRTn c - Faith must become active through SwT ltS.r Deedse mtust sp ri ol nre tal lK. SouslYess from the divine ife wotthil the Df soul.-C. W. Wendte. ao C .... Remedy of Sweet Gum and l, Ion s Nature's great _remedy rand s.w to'U Cel: Crou and Whooping ll- ---c - Cures Coug Dees usroat rid lung troubles. At | Cough and 2', 50c and $1.00 per bottle. SActions, looks, orthe divine life er the alphabet by -Ch arm _·- He Was a Judge. . Geraldin--I am just twenty-two. I Gerald-Verdict set aside. TTamlinh Wizard Oil is recnmmended hr rmanv nhvsicians. It is used ii manY pub I lic bn'l private hospitas. Why no t keep a bottle on hand in your own home? Yesteruay is certain; tomorrow, un certain; today, half and half. , Birs. n~jilow'q ~l,:ltllhl .ivrip for Childreni e , " [ir ~i u f. t , t l r W I , ,t'1 ý", iitllm m l i tau , apa e pai . Curr3 wind ci it. a " lw, e.. I Man a oung man earnsa living by h working his father.. e- I ,l ---tt-rt' Ol-l 18 0 O !T. *al- "Bt 1 9 " L4That is rufN $i ('; " sed the \oral er ,I (ure. a C;oldin on( Lay. 2c a A man of few words isn't cut out .u for a compositor. a ? The busiest thing in the world is idle curiositY. We ship any size order tl,,-cdanQua Jt ty kATIONAL CAN COMPANY, Department P, 4ýL1IMORE, MARYLAND Ladies we positivet! guarantee that the proper use of To Cre our Pimples. Mrs. McCormick's Take a cup of RAND BEAUTY CREAM 3 A' S T E A every night will give you a b.eautiful clear complexion so much admired by everybody. A per. before retiring. Pleasant to fectlv harmiess skin food and powder corn. hedl. Can be used on all occasions. take and imarvelous results Mlade in white and s. Sample sent larg jar 50Cregular jar 25cg Sample sent by in two weeks. mail for oc stmp Ask your druggist e . or sent direct on receipt of price. Good Package 25 cents. lady agents wanted everywhere. Address THE BEHRENS DRUG CO., Dept. L, Waco, Tu. DEFIIGE Cold Water Starch s M mlees laundry work a pleasure. 16 OZ pýg. 100. ACuL VU, vuj "" ý". the alphabet by which YOU spell cear idle curiositY acter: Lavater. I hat1SU YN "LA ORhOLtB' MAR DRNSBINGi. p ýiOi.S-sO f1A JC "·7Ii Rheumatism AcSvice M Gives Prominent Doctor's Best J Prescription-Is Easily Mixed. sot Get oo ne ounce of syrup of LrsW l rilla compou.nd and one t'un' of 'u Tr ripUul. '1,"'ii'lon get half a pInt of p ia,, w ,iniIky an Iput the other two I 'g;e CU e n;s into It. Take a tabl 1nful of tlhi niixturo, bef each lmeal anl at bd'u tin'. Shako the bottle before us IIni."n T i ~ s not now In thli city a I mny of the worse cases of rhcunmatit l antn bhck -ahe lave beetn cur' by it. I Good result.s eoif the Irt day. .\nV t lrug::'t has lhese ingre'l .uts on hand;l or will ,luI,'kly get thiem frm ,s , xhnle sanl house. AnY one caln nliz them. Seems to Be Wrong. SHowell--W~hatever is is right. Powell--Iut suppose a fellow soaks I you with his left? I Try Murine Eye Remedy for fled, Watery Eyes t ndst yGra cI'mfort. y.iu No Smarting-Juf. E. 1rine Eye Salve in Aseptic Tubes New' h Size 25!e. Murine Eye Remedy Liquid e 25c and 50c. I The vacant room at the top Is due to to the fact that there is no elevator al service to help the lazy man. Ts. Dr. Pierce'e Pleasant Pellets regulate sa. and invictrate stomach, liver ankl oiQwels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take as candy. Here's a tip, young man. Convince a a girl that she shouldn't love you, and she will. True to Her Natur.e '',ltd--aI d }o)' hear the news? °, (ge i::s (loi;eCd. Jaci--:! ia1g ulways was a thighty sort of a girl \ !.!1enel er hCere js a tcn !,nrt tn rn-r,'i o . ýt'iOI 1 lu,. i.. e :r i -, t a cup ýi Uarlci Teac. l drugg.its. Town criers were abo'ished when Swotuen's clubs were organized. I r .I ('I'`:F x o TO t t ).\r. s btcrd.tu ur t'r*,' ri; 1l ' ( in 1 i.). .". Fvon the truth may be told with an Intenti :n to deceive. FOEE SAfPLE OF LAXATIVE CURED TE-'- CONSTIATION bhil a pson lhr.s becomP 1lfcotirag',Od through v,.;trs of failure to fidt ua 1.', andti fiinally, perhaps, gi\ves up trvying, it r is small wonder that hie becolmes sep-: ticai. Andl yet. to all who have t'.il stipatil., we would say, "Try just one tihing liore." We wish you would try Dr. Caliw('H'5 WdSyrup Pepsi, a laxative tonic that hLas ben used fr a generation. Thousantfl are using It; surely soImle of \'our friends e among the nUllmber. You n buy it of any druggITst at fifty .e+ntQ aind one dol lar a bottle, but better still, s,, l your n'"me and address to 1Hr. ('aldwell for a e free sample bot'le. lie will send u d enolugh to convince you of its merit.s, and I d then if you like it you can bisuy It of ybul = , IItlV .\ , Mr. ( ,,rt-'; . .Z in ' rur an off nl at rsilurg, ls3 a., n(i 1t11 lIV th'rs noff both (,\ ads and in tal parts of the country first s',t a s:trupl buottil and now have it i r gnilarly in the house. You will learn to to away with t, wat.rs a;nd c :tiiartics for these are but I tr"lp1ry reli'fs while r. CIldwtell'o yrutr Ppsin is guaranteed to cure pen FyruaretlY. It wa;l tr:n your stomach and bowel IIIus('S SO that they w:ll do their Swolrk ag;in naturally without outside aid. , ('as!t aside your skepticism and try Syrup I Pepsin. . 1'" Ir tho free sample addrP Dr. . B I ('alwl l. 1 CadWll bulldinlg, lonw I~~s r Sarsaparila Ic(l ad~Il other medicines in the cure of all spring ailments, humors, l0ss (,f alpectite, that tired feeling, paleness and SnerV usness. Take it. (.:t it t(.!iv in uý-ui liquidl frm or choci),ulat: ILt ,,,," c.: .,l Sarsatabs. W. N. U., HOUSTON, NO. 13-1911.