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CLEOTIIIC RAIL HOAD* Protected by Automatic Block Signal* TWAINS LEAVE ANNAPOLIS 'West St Station) KOH BALTIMORK AND WASHINGTON. I/>cal to Naval Academy Jot. limited J beyond. Washington passengers change Naval Academy Junction. fi 10 A. M. AND COMMENCING AT . A M.*> MINUTES AFTER EACH HOUR UNTIL JOP. M. and at 7 J*>. H.aO and lOJO P. M. Ten minutes earlier from Naval'Aead erny Gate. 8 minutes earlier from Governor's Mansion l. BALTIMORE HOURLY 6J#> A. *4. to 7A& I*. M.. thenA6 P. M., and lias P. M. Additional train* West St, Sta tion for Baltimore BAO P. M~ and 6.00 P. M : from Baltimore 7.20 A. M.. stopping at Naval Academy Junction only. LEAVE WASHINGTON FIVE MIN UTES AFTER EACH HOUR! For ticket* and Information apply at our city ticket office: West St. Station. Carrel Hall. Maryland Hotel. Wm. H. M<c*, T. Kent Green. Fred BoesseLOffloe U. H. N. A. for officers, midshipmen, etc., connected with Naval Academy. 017 Fast Passenger Service to Eastern Shore CLAIBORNE, ST. MICHAEL’S. ROYAL OAK, CAMBRIDGE, EASTON And Ail Points on 8., C. & A. R. R., to Ocean City. Leave foot ol King George St., H. 40 a. m., except Sunday; 6.40 p. m. daily, except Saturday and Sun day; 4.40 p. m. Saturday. Fast Direct Passenger Service to Cambridge and Oxford. Leave loot of 'Qntt George Nt., daily exoept Ndnday 4.40 p. m.; Sunday at 2.40 p. rn. Returning leave Cambridge, 7a. m. 'Arriv ing at Annapolis 10.56 a. m. Tickets on wale at Carvel Hall, T. Kent Green’s Drug Store. Gould A l4e. end at Office foot of King George Street. Special Day Excursions to Claiborne and return, 75c. OHKSA LEAKE STEAMSHIP CO. OM C mencinoWnoat. matt,mi. daily hkkvick "CHESAPEAKE LINE.” BALTIMORE." ror OLD POINT COMFORT and NOR Steamers leave Baltimore daily (including Sunday) atR.Wp. m. leaving Old Point Com fart at MO a m. arriving Norfolk at 7.00 a m. vhere connection la male with tbc Kali road lines for aU point* South. (Frrr>D*wrrH Makocsi Wirkmms.) “YORK RIVER LINE,” KI.SGANT PAHUKNGBU BTKAMEHB carry mg r . Mail lor WEST POINT and RICHMOND. VA. Steamers leave Baltimore Tuesday, Thors 'ay anti SsturdW. at 600 p. m. and arrives West Point at 7.46 a. tn. and Richmond at m;m a. m. steamers call* at Glouoeater Point, York wn. Clement’s, Clay Ha-.a and All mood's. STEAM KKS LEAVE BALTIMORE FROM PIERS 18nd U LIGHTHTKRBT WHARF. Tbrough tickets to aU points may be secured oaggnge checked and staterooms reserved from the City Ticket Office, 110 E. Baltimore JtreeL Arthur W. Robson. Agent, 137 K. Baitl -oie street, or the General Offices. Light and I. >estreets, Baltimore. Md. f . J. CHISM, N.CHAPMAN. Oonl. Pane. Agt. Asst. Gent Pass. A, t. ANNAPOLIS 4 SAVINGS INSTITUTION, No. IS Woat Street. ojpinT-TiaA-risTr Souday* and Legal Holidays exoepted.) FROM * A. M. to I P. M ©rtrutrAakyw bo*l Holidays exeep'ad’ ’"OM *„*, A— HT ' ■■■.. * ■—■■■■-m (H- l-H-H-H 1-W-M-l-pH. ! i -r-" P. CON ITS’ Confectionery Parlor! 164-166 MAIN ST. ;; L A full line ol Lowney’s and Headley's * .1 Chocolate* and Bon-Bons. ,1 All kinds of Home-Made Candles ! ’ lat Lowest Prices. ~ 11 loe Cream Soda served with Crashed !! 1 ■ Fruit. 6c. Baundles of aU kinds. ~ ■ Try our I - -tus Merry Widow, Chop ! | • Sue* and Banana Npllt Saundles. , , : 0u Ice Cream is the Best • ■ f Tiy it—fl.OO per gallon—Vanilla. T Chocolate, Strawberry, Peach. < • \ UK CREAM PARLOR ATTACHED i ! . Phon #79-m oil*' ’ M-H-4 11 kW J BUSY BUSINESS MEN ** veil as ladles and Gentlemen of leisure w 111 find our Restaurant the right place to patronlte, because they will get prompt, re liable, dainty service ol the meals they wish, and as they wishthem. Our quick service detracts nothing from Ihe excellency of the food And cooking. The Annapolis Restaurant STEPHEN A. FOT7NDAS, H 24 Main Street, :: Annapolis, Md. Telephone Tie Quick Results— Try an Adr. in the Capital. This Old Salt Knows Boston “Hub Warrior" Boots And there are thousands of - others like him along the coast. These hardy fishermen know the wear-value ami the comfort-value of these world's standard rubber boots. Every “Hub Warrior” is rein-" forced at the points of greatest wear, so as to give you*.more service than is possibls with or dinary boots. Made of the strongest duck and lined with the warmest wool net. For nearly BO years these boot 9 have been the fishermen's choice. J latlr in alt lenoths. Get V" ur pair at your dealer’s and know what real boot satisfaction is. /Mk BOSTON RUBBER SHOE CO. F-otlofl, Mm* Look f„T lie HUB on ever, boot _ ' WuM/ *®" ‘ tEVEN IF YOU HAu A NECK 8 LONQ A8 THIS ELLOW AND HAD SORE IRQ AT |"wayl Ipown ISILINE ILD QUICKLY CURL IT. A quick, safe, soothing, hi Ui.„. -itisep. cure for Sore Throat, bric.'iy describes Ton ilinc. A small bottle o( Tonslline lasts longer than most any case oi Sore Throat. TOMSU.HIE cures So. o Mouth and Hoarseness and prevents Quinsy and Diphlh .a. ?sc. and 60c. Hospital She f 1 00. All Druggists. THE FAMOUS York River Oysters, ON HALF-SHELL, (None Better.) RAW BOX NOW OPEN Also Wholesale and Retail. Strict attention paid to family orders. CHARLES liERNSTEIN, Phone 73y 165 M*iv St. u4tf Fresh Shucked Oysters Daily WM. M. BRYAN. 173 CONDUIT ST, Strictly Fresh Salt Water Oysters By Pint. Quart or Gallon, orders delivered free to any part of city, TKMSPON* 84-T. OY ST E'R S. By the Pint. Quart or Gallon. Oysters Shucked Fresh Daily Mrs. LEONARD POPHAM. Phone 5<W. 115 Kina Weorge St. Orders delivered free to any past of the effi Look For the Hub on Every Boot Boston “Hub Warriors” AT YOUR DEALERS BOSTON RUBBER SHOE CO., BOSTON. MASS. aBP Good Value Bargain House Company OF BALT 1 MORE. LADIES~GENT’S AND CHILDREN’S CLOTJ-I/NG. Mattings, Rugs, Beds, Mat tresses, Springs, Portiere, Lace Curtains, Pictures, Bed Linen and other Household Special ties CASH OR CREDIT. Annapolis Branch: 30 West Street. forntna THOMAS BASIL Auctioneer and Collector. Careful attention given to ssiuKiTUs&ar “y 7HJS EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS, MD. NOVBM BB 12. UU2 Rah: Warner. V> AGiihglpK, Nov” 12. ii.Bb A. At Ft t Maryland— Rain late tonight of on Wednesday; warmer tonight. W. L. MOORE. Chief of Weather Bureau NOVEMBER. 12. H!2 I HUDKwta.. 6.47 a. no 1 * l Hun Sets .4.55 a. m 1 Moon Hosts..... .. 7.18 p. in > Mixib Houtb,. . . .3 01 a. m Ta Sskttrllwrs toubscribers so tbe Kvenina Capital.' who do not receive their paper regular? will please report tb* auie to this office and w will endeavor to remedy the same. Tht "Kvenlng Capital" can be found on sale at the following places: f iCarvel Hall Newt. Stand; Maryland Hotel Newt- Stand; .lone’ Book Store. Main Bt.; Feldmeyer - Book Store Maryland Ade.: Davis Neat Store Maryland Ave.. F. L. Sears. Grocery. West St. extended. af7 SNAP-SHOTS. —The!wild oats crop is never a fail ure. —A conceited chap thrives best in the limelight. —Many a man’s shoulders are not as broad as they are padded. —A bookkeeper out of a job is na turally a man of no account. When the modern bride promises to “obey” she]has her fingers crossed. —A woman has more confidence in a minister than a man has in a physician. —Nothing pleases an ignorant man soimueh chance to hand out infor mation. , —The difference between self-con fidence and conceit is ..hard for. some understand. —Probably the ideal’man no longer exists in the mind of a woman who has been married four orjjfive times. —When a man begins to jolly his wife about her cooking she suspects that he wants to borrow back .part of his salary. p —The man who lives in a little town and behaves in a manner that keeps people from talkng about him is pretty sure of landing in heaven some time. Improvement*. Annapolis Lodge of Masons, owners of the Masonic Building on Conduit street, are having improvement* made to the building. An entire sys tem of hot water heat is being in stalled throughout the building, which is a long-felt want. A large furnace has been installed in the base ment and a system of pipes and radia tors throughout the building. All piping will be covered with asbestos. The Masonic Building is one of the oldest in town, having been a part of Mann’s Inn, the old hostelry where General Washington and General La fayette used to “put up” when at An napolis in those old colonial days. To Reopen Magnet “Movies” Arrangements have been completed by the Rider Fished Moving Picture Company whereby they have leased the property of the old Magnet Thea tre on Main street. The Fishell Com pany have been in the “movies” bus iness for some they claim, and successfully. They will change the name of “Magnet”and will conduct a moving picture theatre without vau deville. Watch for ads. Advertised Letters. The following letters remain un called lor in the city postoffice: Men’s Li9t—E. B. Bedford, W. Fred Miller, W. L. Roane, John G. Tyle r. Women’s List—Mrs. J. A. Cole man, Mrs. Minnie Smith, Miss Lulu White. Promenade Concert. In lieu of the midshipmen’s hop at the Naval Academy Saturday night tuere will be a promenade concert in the gymnasium. The Naval Acad emy band will furnish the music. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contala Mercury. as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on pre scriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good vou can possibly derive from them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure manu factured by F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, 0., contains no mercury, and is taken internallv, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the svs tem. In buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimo nials free. Sold by Druggists. Price 75e. per Hall’s Family Pills for consti paflSn. TREAT FOR CHILDREN FREE. One'of the cleverest and most inter esting illustrated books of fun for children ever printed will be given free with next Sunday’s New York World. Every one of the 16 pages of this won derful volume is brimful of magic pic tures that will delight the hearts of the little ones. GetTt by all means. To make sure, order next Sunday’s World from your newsdealer in ad v*nce t . w.nli; Stubborn Colds May lead to Consumption Did you ever have a cold that would not fonsh that persisted, that pre -8 an<l made waking hours mis erable? Lckman’s Alterative is the proper remedy in such cases. Perhaps some sim ple medicine may be effective where It is only a tickling In the throat; but when your chest Is sore and simple remedies dont answer—then take Eokm.in's Alter atlve. Neglect often leads to more serious trouble; a case Th point follows: 718 Cherry St.. Phila.. Pa. Dtl L ln . en :ln Jul r I*os, I first noticed Lf* c .r d,tio , ns . that "bowed I had Con hes?P Uon - l lost rapidly; had a nouow cough, hemorrhages and verr *e , "w.-ats. My brother rerom £ ®ok*n a Alterative. In the fall ?! I!WS - 1 be*ait to take It. At this time i J.™ perfectly well and robtist. My appe weight has increased 1”, pounds. Not a trace of my old ‘rouble remains. 1 will gladlv express of 1 his medicine to anyone." (Signed! . M. L. GEPHARDT Cl * n * Alterative is effective !ti Brou lano' T^ lb n 8, Hfl y Fever: Throat and LliUfL ?'* * ,eiS * SD ® la uphuild-ttii tbc system Does not eootafn .rd Jitb?* 1 L ,orn,,T ‘*, dr,:s *- f ’> r hook let telling of recoveries, and v,! . to I . tra in Laboratory, Philadelphia. Pa ;„ r wore . *•*- cssee. Far sele by all hading drnggists ; NAVY RETIREMENTS. Officer! Wlo Will be Transferred From 1 Active List a 1913. There remain# to be retired this year by operation of law among naval officers Medical Director R. C. Per- 1 sons, in command of the naval bos- 1 pital at the Naval Home, in Philadel- 1 phia, who will bt transferred from 1 the active list on December 28. The 1 retirements among officers of the j Navy during 1913 are as follows: Medical Director J. C. Byrnes, in 1 command of naval hospital. New 1 York. January 12; Medical Director 1 D. N. Bertolette, president of the 1 board of medical examiners in Wash- ' ington, January 22; Rear Admiral J. 1 B Murdock, member of the general 1 board, February 13; Rear Admiral 1 A B. Willits, director of navy yards 1 (additional number), March 7; Rear < Admiral Albert Merx governor of ' Naval Home, Philadelphia. March i 26; Rear Admiral Hugo Osterhaus, i commander-in-chief of the Atlantic i fleet, June 15. 1 Professor of Mathematics H. M. Paul, June 25; Rear Admiral George B. Ransom, general inspector of ma- 1 chinery for the navy,etc., on Atlantic i coast (additional number), June 28; Capt. Frank H. Bailey, inspector of I engineering material and ordnance (additional number), June 29; Civil i Engineer Frank 0. Maxson, on duty t at Key West, August 8; Medical Di- I rector P. A. Lovering, in command of I the naval hospital, Mare Island, Sep- | tember 29; Rear Admiral Aaron I Ward, supervisor of harbor of New i York (additional number), October i 10; Medical Director L. G. Hene- i berger, member of the naval retiring < board, October 20; Medical Director 1 Charles 1. Hibbett, in command of | the naval hospital at Norfolk, Novem- i ber 20. There are no retirements among officers of the pay corps, among the chaplains, the naval constructors, or the officers of the Marine Corps dur ing the coming year. The retire ment of officers who are carried as additional numbers in their respec tive grades will not create vacancies. CRY FOR BACKFIELD MEN. Navy Coaches Will Give Any Man a Place Who Can Earn it. Displeased t the showing of the team against Bucknell on Saturday and particular y with the poor work in the backfield, the Naval Academy coaches announced - yesterday after noon that places behind the line were 1 open to the players who could show that they deserved them. There is a string of backfield men, including Captain Rodes Leonard Ingram, H. Harrison, Failing, Nich ols, Bates, Cook, Collins and Alexan der,who all have shown football abil- | ity at times, but in no case has any really reliable ground gaining ability 1 been demonstrated in actual contests. There was a short practice yester day afternoon and nearly the whole time was given to practising the team in defensive work against the varia tions of the forward pass play. This has proved the undoing of the mid shipmen in at least three of this sea- i son’s gmes. The team was coached to 1 vary its defensive formation so as to meet any form of this attack. TO REOPEN GLEASON CASE. Head of Borns Detective Agency Will Take Charge. William J. Burns, head of the • Burns Detective Agency, will arrive in Baltimore tne latter part of this week to consult with D. B. Shaw,the local superintendent of the agency. , They will discuss the action of the < grand jury of Anne Arundel county , in failing to indict John and Thomas Gleason, of Fairfield, who had been ■ accused of taking part in the lynching i of King Johnson, the negro murder- , er, at Brooklyn last Christmas morn- ' ing. i It was stated yesterday that de- , spite the action of the jury William , J. Burns will direct that the Gleasons , be rearrested and an effort be made to have them indicted in anotbsr county. •• • i Remembered the “Judges” A complimentary gift was yester- ' day presented each of the lady judges in the recent contest “What Did the Baby SayT” A beautiful and useful present was sent each of the judges by the Globe Furniture Company, West street, as a token of apprecia tion of their services. The “judges” were very much surprised and> each expressed gratitude for the Globe’s gift and the kind motive that prompt ed it. Home-Made Cou£/kl| Syrup Will Surprise You | B —— - H Stops Et*b Whooping Cough | | . Quickly. A Family Supply Lat Small Cunt. jjj | tr~rgEs=3l=3Eig: .MT llgj Here is a home-made remedy that 1 takes hold of a cough instantly, and will usually cure the most stubborn case in 24 hours. This recipe makes a pint— enough for a whole family. You couldn’t buy as much or as good ready-made cough syrup for $2.50. Mix one pint of granulated sugar with pint of warm water, and stir 2 | minutes. Put ounces of Pinex (fifty cents’ worth) in a pint bottle, and add the Sugar Svrup. This keeps perfectly and has a pleasant taste —children like it. Braces up the appetite and is slightly laxative, which helps end a cough. You probably know the medical value of pine in treating asthma, bronchitis ana other throat troubles, sore lungs, etc. There is nothing better. Pinex is the most valuable concentrated compound • of Norway white pine extract, rich in puaiacol and all the natural healing pine elements. Other preparations will not work in this formula. The prompt results from this inexpen sive remedy have made friends for It in thousands of homes in the United States and Canada, which explains why the plan has been imitated often, bnt never ; successfully. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or i money promptly refunded, goes with this rweipe. Your druggist has Pinex, er will net it for vou. Tf not, send to Th* Pinex Co., Ft. Waynes Ind, LIFE PRESERVER UNDER COAT tsvsfltar Olvm Toot of His Nm Dovso In the Hudson Bluaa FliVwV A sow style of life yi eeei rer, do •dpod for expert and amateur swim mers as well as tor all manner of ves sels, was tried ont In the Hudson river off One Hundred and Fifty-fifth street the other day. The devioe was worn by Its Inventor, Nathan Martino, of ?04 Ninth avenue. It consists of a rubber belt, with two sacks, or to* Gated balloons, just In front of the shoulders. Mr. Martino demonstrated that the life preserver oan be worn whan deflated underneath a ***><"§ suit or any ordinary clothing, and to* dated within a seoond's time by means of the tubes, wfcftah hang over the shoulder. If a swimmer is sud*, denly afflicted with orampe hs oould reach for the tubes, put them in his mouth and Inflate the bags before be could sink. This Is what Mr. Martino said, and he demonstrated It by plung- Ing into the Hudson river, where the water Is 20 feet deep. Inflated tho do vice and floated about without effort Two hundred bathers watched that demonstration. The new life preserver is mads of India rubber. The one used by Mr. Martino is the only one ever made, and oost ten dollars. Mr. Martino said that duplicates could be made for half that sum. He made the assertion that It will support a person weighing 100 pounds, and has the advantage over the ordinary oork life preserver that any one on board ship or swimming can wear one deflated, without its fig* urlng as any addition to the ordinary clothing. Mr. Martino, who'say* he weighs 210 pounds and looks every pound of It, floated about in the wan tors of the Hudson without effort. FEW HUMMING BIRDS LEFT Commercial Uses Have Nearly Exter minated the Tiniest of Feath ered Creatures. Our continent has a monopoly of humming birds, the gems of ths feath ered creation. Of these there are said to be as many as four hundred spedes, most of which confine themselves to the tropical regions. Only eighteen varieties live farther north than Mexico. It la generally thought that humming birds live upon honey. This, however, is a mistake. They do obtain and devour honey, it la true, but most of their food consists of the small Insects which inhabit oer taln flowers. Humming birds are so small that when they are captured for oommer dal purposes it is impossible to use even the smallest shot for fear of in juring their skint. They are therefore stunned with a drop of water from a blowgun or syringe and fall into a net, when they are quickly poisoned. Humming birds vary in size from those half ae large as a sparrow to those about the else of a bee. Their flight is so swift that they can be well seen only when poised above a flower. The little creatures bid fair to be exterminated on account of the senseless and cruel fashion of using them as trimming for women’s hats.— Are Marla. Pompeiian Venue Is Unearthed. One of the latest and most Interest ing things uncovered during the new excavations at Pompeii under the di rection of Professor Splnasxola, la a fresco which Is regarded as the best which has yet been found. It Is very beautiful, and in a perfect state of preservation. It was one of the orna ments of the facade of a house situat ed In the main publlo thoroughfare, of which the roof was In an almost lntaot condition. It represents the Pom peiian Venus standing erect, crowned with a diadem, in the midst of flying Cupids, on a chariot drawn by four In dian elephants. Seen from the front, the representation of these animals la strikingly realistic. The archaeologi cal value of the fresco is extremely great, for the colors are very fresh and harmonious. No Maltese Cats In Malta. James Oliver Laing, American con sul at Malta, Informs the state depart ment that many Americans have ask ed him to give names of breeders of pure blood maltese terriers and oats. He says there are a few so-called mal tese terriers in Malta and they are not of pure blood. The puppies which the street hawkers offer for sale to tourists are more or less mongrel, with a strain of the old breed. Mal tese cats do not exist in Malta, at least not one of the color called mal tese In the United States, has been seen there. Modern Morals. "This latter-day or new morality Is too lax for me.** The speaker was Jerome 8. Mo- Wade, the Duluth millionaire. He continued: "This new morality, which seems in its tolerance rather to encourage than to oppose wickedness, reminds me of a lad in my Sunday school class. ‘"Now, Tommy,’ I said to this lad one Sunday afternoon, ‘now. Tommy, what must be do before our sms can be forgiven ¥ “ ‘We must sin,' Tommy replied.” Low Wages for Rescuers. The appalling number of suicides to St. Petersburg has created a new oc cupation for the workless. Many watchers assemble every day on the banks of the Neva and the canals on the lookout for attempted suicides. For each rescue the “hero” receives 12.60 from the perfecture of police. In one week one man made S7AO to this LET THE EVENING CAPITAL Follow You On Your Vacation It will keep you posted on all that is going on alyour home. Only yocts. a month by mml. -1' ';Almn • ■ 1 UST BETTER AT THE SAME PRICE ■ Jim: "'lf9 I " You Will Like The; t i nsincUnion Sunt. 1 u*vl Complete Satisfac lion i | TU ar very satisfactory chiefly because made > I right in every way and priced just right for eve hco/. They wear well, wash well, fit well, look we | I ’ii.' are so popular that a daily production of ove ,£0,1*03 garments is required to supply the demand Some how they seem to please everyone. There & .. lijht B*2o for you. Wear them —you will like then i MISS MOLLY MUNSJNGS DRESSMAKER WAS “DEE-LIGHTED" l . . 1 4*%*, at the eaBC with which she fitter * 4 v Molly’s seven dresses over her perfect A : * ) fitting Munsing Union Suit. N wonder —anybody’s clothes fit belt**, over Munsing wear. Every purchiu < of underwear hero tomorrow will ? ceive a beautiful Molly Munsing D ?< ■i V * cut-out free on request. Come it,..; ‘vj get your winter supply of Munsn c wear from complete assortmei j 1 i i 1 WOMEN’S FALL AND WINTER MUNSINGWEAR AT SI.OO, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 . r 1 5 CHILDREN'S FALL AND WINTER MUNSING WEAR AT 50c, 75c. SI.OO, $1315. $1.50, $2.00 MEN’S FALL AND WINTER MUNSINCWEAR A T $1,50, $2.00. $2.50. $3.00, $3.50, $4 00, $5.00 ■ ----- LOUIS H. REHN, Agent Corner Main and Francis Sfe>., Headquarters for Underwear. I I DA VIS <! BEING OVERSTOCKED WITH NOTE SIZE KARA LINEN I will sell for a limited time at 18cts. per pound. GEO. J. DAVIS, :: Newsdealer, 74 Maryland Avenue, a Annapolis. m g'B'a'v i ■■■■.-■■.■-asusj.'ii. , , riir:nrr:':- 1 - 1 rrr — ■ RICHARD G CHANF.Y THE LEAPING | Hiring,PLiverK, Sale and Exchange Siables Or Anssreilt site Southern 1 I'US #IHM or R, O. CHANEY. If known b its >*w*fu M..uon t • and roliable employ TEAMS of til kind' for a,re t>r e.y. m"> BtOOllk oiodtiu Op, BAGGAGBTRANBFRKBBDawtekM'fcedfynui res-ideruie of ntwni to in? '*•< Hauling to mil trains. AUTOMOBILE 0 A Kao R for storage,and Automobile* for hire by tbe uu.i FIRE PROOF STORAGE WAREHOUSE. Furniture and Plano'* atorod mcu and shippedto. *ll parts of tbe world Our furniture vans are tbe bent. ATTRACTIVE RUBBER TIRE CARRIAGES, for wddtnr* and funerala We now have an up-to-date BLACKSMITH SHOP in connection wltb ,ur <>. ttuinesa. Repel -In* and Horse Shoeing a specialty. 11 THERE’S DEATH AHEAD L ** you allow yourself to get weak and listless, " fagged out, debilitated rfISW Slop ill"Saeh Fooling. [electric urn BITTERS AND GET BACK YOUR HEALTH, STRENGTH and VIGOR IT'S THE WORLD’S BEST TONIC AND REGULATOR OF STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEYS Price 50c and SI.OO Per Bottle !■■■■■■ SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY ■■HBBBHHHBI ALL DRUGGISTS _ Have Your Job Printing Done at the Capital Office.