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Fridav, March 21 l.HG.
13 ull. jpasu mutt a i . i i : llN THE MOVIES "THEY .ALWAYS DO IT Copyright Uie. International News Service. EL PASO HER ATT) "oHUEUDIKEiFll T ' IN 10 If Ei 1L BED iv A. Witness Says He Heard Van Doake and Mrs. Lee Quar rel at Lee Home. li,r fct.iif louted shortly after 11 ... If., k I'nilav mornlnp in the case 01 .1 r- I--. ha i-Red with the murder of ,,s ife .,nd Kred Von Doake, at 1 T. mis street, on the morning of March i At : clock this afternoon the d -i,., lieiran the Introduction of tesn- n"II c,f Thtirsdm .n taken up in e .irmc juiors and W '-"J-,- .21' h,,m ii .1. Thomas. M. . l.rnest. , .. Ilahn. R. W. mass. J, V i. 'oden. r H I ii ev 1. S Winner. R. Bromn W, C. r riobcrtson and r. B. Bradley i en 'mparelled Mclit Shirt nurned. TV T mown, .i city detective. was 'I . tni.t witness for the. state Hi .,v MioiuniK U- testified to havine , nr tc hum, Texas street after the r -,.Mt ,.f the trauedv He found von Ti...tIs- l .nl in one louni with two Dul 7,. .,u...l. and Mis Ie in 'the ad .oinniK mom. with two bullet wounds 1m ii,, l.o.lv L.'s niitht shirt was ,!. r burned, he stated. The onlv I i i m.iiih he saw were in the room vh.M- Jli- 1-ee was found. Tlie bed in Mra Lee's room looked -i ,li.,uli it had been occupied," the '. ,v-f' testified. "The bed in Lee's l'.om looked as thouRli it had been oc . i pied, as one corner ef the cover had l en turned down ' Have Mint a linn. haiie Pollock, sergeant of police. t. id of Lee coming to the station In .. mpany with Lon Gamer. "Lee said, tie shot a man. but T don't know - hetber 1 have killed him or not.' 1 e witness, said. He went to the s. . ne of the tragedy, he i!d. and found "lis Lee lylwr with her face down and .,,, Wretched out a though trvina; to ie pistol found there looked as Hour;! It had been fired five times. bib tlie pistol turned In by Lee at Hie station had apparently been fired three times Doth pistols were .38 i liber liimce .1. M Peaver teetified that tbiie were two wounds in Mrs. Lee's lo, .mil two in the body of von T'.iil.i Tl,. found a bullet hole tn the v ,11 iii tli woman's room, he said. Threats Mndr by I,ee. Me told of von TViake and Clifford .l..iii"ini . limine; to bis office before the ' ilimi: to pet L'-e nlnced under a peace 1 1 on Doake hud said, the witness i- !.i cd. that T.ee had threatened to i 'IS Johnson, said to be a nephew of M s T.ee i Bowers, who lives at 110C Texas si' t. testified that he heard some one ro t' te loom of a Mr. Louden and . Mlit up. Louden, and see what I m d. no." He sta d tint he did not t" wim it war The witness stated II .it lie hea'd llr Lee and von Doake r Mai relirni in hei mom the night be fore "one who didn't know would h i" thought they were man and wife," tin v it ikss slid Told to lirtriv I In 'ud Lee tell Trcd to leave the b,.t,, 1 aril positive I heasd lllm 1m i e H was about two we-ks before ti lvilliiig." the witness further testi f e,i red said he couldn't leare be c '!-- In- bad no money. M". t a month before the killing I Faces As Fair As A Summer's Day tre Possible If Muart'a Calcium Wafers Are I sed for a Short Time After Knrh Meal. r-' ,t i 1'le li im been luard to . u-'i ' n.i.ns and lotions ,t ... . f. . t. vet after five i i i ;-i n i t'.ilt in n Wa- ' n d u i - v ie :'0, l.'etly t- f, ., 1 l.nt Hid nf IllnekhraiU in n Jiffy by I Flnjt Mnarl'n Cnl-iiini tafrru" . .oiiiii' no poi-onous oi ug of r km,). ;iie !fifectl harmless and t. k. n m Ith absolute freedom, i I umk almost like maic. Cal- n. .--ultihide, their principal ingredi- i i- th" sreatest blood-cleanser J "v i to science. matt"- how bad your skin may M uart's ralciuiu Wafers will 1- ioik wonders with It. It's to blaclchcndp. pimples, acne. T.'uh. e zemiL and a dirty . I. ''1 . 'llle. l-m" comnlxinn You can get a f Stuart's Calcium Wafers at any I II ' ill store t 50 cents a box, and you c positively delighted with their r.lli! ci fill effect. Free Trial Coupon V. . Stuart Com 305 Mtusrt llldK., Marsbnll. Mlcli.i send me at !, by return mall, a free trial iincbnce of Muart'a Calcium V nferw. N-i'"C .-treet fit- State Advertisement. Indoor Life Makes Fat Till OH. UV KDHUIV TO KI3IJP WKHillT D(IW., Oil TO HU- urcn suPKiirMjous FAT. )'r jile wh.i are confined within doors m .1 v Im lire deprived of fresh. Invigor .itinu' .hi and exercise must take pre- am. in tn guard against over-stout-t-'--, ii fat acquired by indoor life Is 'hialtl and a danger to the vital . rg.ms of the body. Lack of exercise i i tli.- fresh air is said to weaken the hi,' n carrying power of the blood, so i' .it it is unable to produce strong mus . -n .ii ii vitality and the formation of i.nMKhtly :ind unhealthy fat is the re sult Ii -v ou ni. Ii oi 20 pounds thove n&i -i i il weight you are daily drawing on ; i ii reserve etrength and are constant- iiwering your vitality by carrying Hi . i ew.s burden. Any persons who ..i- satisfied in their own mind that ill- - .in too stout are advised to go to k'!ly a I'ollanl ur the People's Drug Mme and et i iio of oil of korein ip-nil'i.. and tak. one after each meal ml one jun befor. letiring at night. Kven i fev il.,v treatment has hcen i ;.oite.l to Hllti'S .1 llotlC. able reduetioi! i , isnt. nnpi'ix.il uiuestion ami "- i nn if the old . nci- tnor-tips l" I'-Ii'fi .mil li). .-,in less flal'bv in I l .IS !- Ull'l flllOuS ..'( itlllt.l- ' ' '"I 1 M l llll ll II' l'. I .1 'I1IOI i In ! tin .l...-vi,.i, n- 'll'i X' Ultl f, I . .till .' 1 OI l i li-i! t . i . 1 in tl ' M ' f ' . Grand Jury Fails to Return Indictments or Make Re port on Holocaust. Uisreganlinc the instructions issued by Judge Dan M. Jackson of the Sth distrii t court, the day following the city Jail fire of March 6, when J prisoners were burned and resulting in the subsequent death of 26, the grand jury for the January term completed its sessions Friday morning without either returning indictments or report ing upon its findings. Many Appear. During the sessions that followed the irstructlons given by Judge Jackson, the grand Jury devoted much of its attention to an investigation of the horror. Mayor Tom Lea and various other city officials, police officers and county, state and federal health offi cers were summoned for testlmonv. Police- surgeon O. V. Calnan and Frank Scotten. day Jailer, who were directing the work of bathing the prisoners as a preventative measure against typhus, were among those who went before the grand Jury. Grand Jury Report. The report of the grand Jury in full is as follows: "We have returned true bills and i; no bills. It appears to be necessary for the district attorney to do his own stenographic work, drawing indict ments, etc., and we would recommend that he be provided with a competent stenographer when he so requests. This will be both economical and ex pedite the work of the district attori ney." It is signed by H. W. Broaddus as foreman. heard von Doake sa? to Mrs. Lee: You're married. You're married. Tou promised to marry ine.' She said: Shut up- Shut up.' T was in the next room. I did not know of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Lee until the latter part of January or the first part of February. About a month before Lee came to the house. Mrs. Lee remarked that her 'brother Joe" was coming." Lon Garner testified to having en countered Lee on the street Just after the shooting and of taking him to the police station. Judge on Stand. Judge Dan M. Jackson, before whom the trial is being held, was sworn by deputy district clerk 3. 7i. Phillips, and was on the stand long enough to tell of performing the wedding cere mony of Mr. and Mrs. Lee on August 4 in the county clerk's office. Mrs. l.ee. he said, requested the marriage be kept a secret. ROCKY MOWTWTRTCT IS COVERED WITH SNOW Denver. Colo., arch "i. Snow began falling here today. A considerable pre cipitation was reported throughout Col orado. Wyoming. Xebraska. According to the federal weather bureau, snow la predicted for northern Xew Mexico with continued snowfall and freezing tem peratures In some portions of the Rocky Mountain region. WEATHER BULLETIN. r. s. DEPARTMET OF AGIUCCLTURE. WEATHEK BCRKAU. Observation taxes at S a. tn.. 75th me ridan time ft a, m. El Paso time.) March :. m. KI Pao and vicin ity Lnttlwl lo niicht anJ Saturdaj . i oolr tonichl with froit. iew Mexico Snow Toniffht, colder eat portion ith t nex Ina: temperature. Sat urday, fair in outh. snow flurries north portion. Ariona OIoaroiR tonight north por tion, fair In mult-. colder with frost cen tral portion. Satur day Tair. Weat Texa.i Tonight and Saturday, un settled ueather: tonlcht coaler with frosts in northern and southwestern portions anil temp futures about freextnc In Panhandle; aturflaj. cooler in sou tn east portion. Precipitation tn lant 4 hours (In Inches).. Weather at S a. m I Low fit temp, lait nlcht I I Illctieat yesterday I Temp, at t . m...l I I I Abilene z 56 60 cloudy on Amarillo 4 t clear .1- Atlanta 0 7" I cloudy .on Boise 30 H 30 clear .Oil lloaton '-' H'i ." clear .no Chlcaro 3 36 .14 i iiud- .0 inrtnnati 40 40 ::i ilou.1v .ui) Denver .'U i :tt snov .01 Detroit 2 30 JJ ilouiiv .00 Duluth -3 -8 -0 inofl .34 El Paso 38 70 :is i If ar .00 Oalveaton 6S .4 6S clouu' .00 Havre SO 4 20 louiK .00 Jacksonville S S is rloujlv .00 Uttle nock in '-- lo'lv .00 Los Anseles 4 i 41 clear .10 Nashville., 5 iS 4I pt r'.iy .00 New Orleans cs 0 OS eiou'l-. .00 New Tort 31 J . pt eldy .00 Omaha 4l 50 4t elear .03 Phoenix 40 c: 40 ilear .01 Bauld City 3S 5 J Li ilouily .00 noswell 3' 8 3" pt. rldy . St. Loots 44 J" 44 rlenr .00 Salt Lake City L'8 50 JX sno- 1.16 San Antonio lis 80 110 cloudy .00 San Francisco 40 SI 44 rlear .00 Santa Fe 34 S3 33 enow .32 Seattle 18 48 3t iloudy .10 Wsshlmtefl 35 48 38 cloudy .00 Wichita to 53 50 pt. eldv .00 Turns 43 03 43 clear .00 Note: Amounts of predpltatloa of less than .01 of an lacli are not subllshed hereon. - Relative humidity In El Paso at 3 p. m. Friday. 3 per ceat. ComparnliTe Kl Tano Precipitation. Jan. 1 to March 33. inclusive. 1912 .. a: An. Jan. 1 to March 32. lnrluaive. 11J... 3.04 in. Jar. 1 to March 32. Inclusive, 1014... g In. Jan. 1 to March 33. Inclusive. 115 S.7 in. Jan. 1 to March "... Inclusive. 118... .70 in. Normal. Jan. 1 to March 22. Inclusive. 1. 27 in. Water Conditions, lllo drande Project, Helshtot Water Ucnlnd Contents Dant ( a. m. Acre Ft Etrphant Butte res-rvolr 84.26 444 4f.3 Increase In 24 hours 0.69 7.700 Plow of river at San Marclal not reported. Plow from reservoir 1410 second ft. Kor Irrla-atlon, laeburB ranal 425 canal ft. For Irritation, Franklin canal 310 second ft. For irrigation, Baet aide canal 150 second ft. For Irrigation. West side canal 300 second ft. For lrrtcatlon, Acequia Madre. (Mexico) 14 second ft. Date, Marh 21. 1116. THL COURTS -MVT DISTniCT COl'IIT. l H. lrice. Prealdlnc;. CogRin & Demere vs. Texas & Paci fic suit for damages to cattle ship ment: on trial. Exparte Mathew and Beta JIatina, application for habeas corpus tor pos session: continued to Saturday. 7MTII U1STKICT COL'ltT. Uau 1. Jackson. 1'reHldlna;. .state vs. Herman Bloch, receiving and concealing stolen pioperty, jury disaRreed and was discharged. State vs. J. IV Lee. murder; on tilal. 3T1I DISTUICT COl'IIT. tlallard Culdvfell, PreaidlnK. llafael A lla vs. A. T - K. r Uit for $10,1)00 damages lor peisonal In juries filed. Vnion Hii'i' A- Trust i'h s William ?n:i!i. nit .oi note filed KilK.il V k.-.. . s. I'lr.l Hew ni, I .'1, i. i.i on pote and 1'uieclosure u 111 II. '!' ' III 'f ( ill 1ST. ilrlnu riul, I'rrslilluc M.it- "- 1 : i n:i rl.no It oi. fim i the ni'llf i i i.rirt lit I'lint: Still- i I'nio Vi' iruti fill d. mi.. ..I filed then NORTH SEA BATTLE jl I III III! III lil I lh H I H L iliii Ih Mil IIHT "Jt"'Y' "" i ffl,sllllJi!lJW'"f MWfB)y1ny.l.wi. if.1- .tWl.iJTtcWiJgsWW G&SWM T0JZPE.DO BoiT rttOTlsl'SI 62 lH7t. Fist ckvc K.,oit- oi tn a ln.ti o' tin i.erm.i'i n t im tn North mi Ii3'I tu tin lie'.' tiia an impoitant . iijj.ijiC!iieiit Mill soon take Place tlnf i- oi .iin-r to rcpoit- iinm AmsteiJam. a (icrm..u .nti-r -xjuadron an uuipamt-il by destroyers is liaik at Ki.l a it t a Mnc?fnl reeonnuis-anu- in the North ea. with, ut 'li-e'inr; any Hi itish wailiip-. ThU move n taken to mean tiint the man mteini making an attempt to bnak the B.itiilt bloiknui- tu ns nnule to roiir the Jash of anotber comniene raider siuli as the Moetvc. BIG GUNS MOUNTED ON OCEAN LINERS kw -,,,w. w'-i v - : wvjp. . -,-. : rii?ria!iBASK&5as!pr''' -'a2aafr5?asSSivr GVfOM STJiH or s s vtveansi Mouiltcii "iin o:, 'I., -;in- of liinr ol uneasinc-i. it liai nut li.fii d.-tiintil port M a violation ol neiitrHiii . Tlic late-t ship tn ai-ri(. uitli "inn ilie aims "ire onlim! nlaiid in tlie -liii. PRESIDENT WILSON BACK FROM VISIT TO OCULIST WasbniKton. T. ''. March ;".-I-rcilden' IVil-on iitiiir.i. to W.ishins:- tun at :.' i. in 'i" ii ' wsit I" ! ' ' i.iullxt in I'litbiili ipln.i 'I'll- tii-i In ' ias nit'd) it nn- .nn i im . i.i i i up usuallv i.i -t tiiin- Th-- ic. . . i ,,-,,inedi.itcl t.) tin ' it. Im 1-. 1-fPil the l.it"t iIlM' ''' Ii' - '"' 'he 'I. nun s.ln.itH'ii lvJJJty!am,'UtSMl - i.nn jii nl New Vnk h.tc Ix-cn n.:ui' ! .in. ;i u.,idc.l uli'tlici i In cHnying of luountc! r-m i n lii nnnintiil in iier stem i the Italian l.ni-; cioi.a lln I. tin- Italian aImlr!t. in be vrn lui ip-ii u vnli GERMAN AIRMEN ARE FLYING j IN FLEETS OVER THE ENEMY Tri. Truncc. Mach 3. lt).:!n v. m. I lirownsviile. Teas. March 23. The Imttln of Vorilun furn!lied tli : M. lcan offui.ils n, .;.it:niioios. op .i I'lim f..r tin- fp.-t encounti-rs if- I I usite hic. tud.i ml icl . lBorous i I.i iu tlic ntr I'.ittlci niul.itly denial of inihl'shei: :. t th.tt nierl i.ti.i..l in in., mi i - iii.it inn In-fine ti " .'.us aiwM.,1 th.-.i Tiic.i,.' n iirh t In). I n . '. !'.. nn in Miei.ift win- scut I" n ill I" t.'.l Tin- v.ml tli i!. I.i'.lc Kiim.is -i. nki- nut- mern.iis icn- .K n I.. tin- pull'-e i i . . I r, . i i I i, , .1 ... 1- 1, f.. 1.1 i ' ''!' ' !i -' '1' " i . llii- 1"- 1. . 1)'J ' EXPECTED I -i-.u i . . . i tan. amount in : i nt : ii. i; an American j iita'!i . il.inieil tliat . MATAM0R0S OFFICIALS DENY AMERICANS ILL TREATED IP I : I . J I18EMPTI MLS IF IIS Describes German Eegret at Sinking Ship With 1000 Bottles of Champagne. Berlin, German w, March :". by wireless to Sayville, L. I..) interest ing details of some of the exploits of the Uerman commerce raider Moewe have been (riven by her commander, captain Burgrave, count von lohna Schlodien. "The dav after the capture of the Appam livthe Moewe" says the Over seas News Agency's summary of the count's reminiscences, "the steamer Clan MacTtavish was sighted at 4.:'. o'clack in the morninsr. The Mac Tavish being fast. It was only after a Ions i hase that the Moewe Was able to get near her Then ensued a wire less conversation, the Moewe asking" What ship are you'." "The MacTa is.i. being somewhat mistrustful, answered Who are jour The Moewe, replied: A German cruiser; stop immediatelj ' "The MacTavish declared hv wire less: 'I have stopped.' but she con tinued at full speed." said the Moewe'a commandee. "The first shell we sent exploded on the bridge The firing went on until, after the MacTavish had been hit sei cral times, she wirelessed: 'We have teally stopped.' Itecret Loan of Champssne. "A month later, during one night, a ship was sighted whose nationality it was impossible to learn. Her most clever captain. n hen I asked htm. who she was. gave me a name which was not to be found in any of the shippliwr registers. 1 asked again upon which she gave another nam,c. The cautain afterward told me that in his confu sion he rc:ill had forgotten the name he gave ft: st "It was a matter of utter indiffer ence under width name the ship was unk. but it was pitiful that we should have to link a steamer with 1000 bot tles of champagne on board, as we had no more of the stuff ourselves SeUurc of the Appnin. "Off Madeira, the Appam was sighted I signaled her to stop. s, the evtatn did not obey. I fired a sinia vrarning shell, upon which ehe came to halt "When wc steamed oer to thi Appam we notn ed sailors of the BrlM?h nav ho were ebc"-. to ii!i eet .-annoii against us Th.se sailors ve. drWen ataj by nfle fire "On board the Appam. besides font officers and 30 men of the' British Ti.iv. we found chests of gold. These ve carried v ith us to Hi rnmui " MUST i. REBELS DECLARE Sin Francis, o. calir. March -3.--Cable advices from v'l.a.eso revolu tionary leaders in Shanghai received today by officials of thr Chinese rt publii. .is-,m iation here said president Yuan Shi Kal's resignation has been demanded t the "republican army.' In Urclalon Too Late. Shaimiiai. Cliimi. March "J 5. dvices ftom llong Kong today iuduatc that the state depaitment mandate n iiiniiiiniR abandonment of the plan to resume the monaichi.il form of frov ernnient in China ha" met with a mixed leception in smith t'hui.i. s'uuiiortei s nf Yuan Shi K.ii aio said to believe tlie.e il1 Ie .i peaceful settlement of the I'Mtuu dlllci.ll. .. TIlUDe ou linsfl to " r..i" Shi K.ii declare the i I'tulnte h.is come too late Our Drill try Syilrm wn-K" fu.m m ti'iii! 1" i in l.i 1 1 r::. mil. Hi, . itl t. I. I .1 ti i"-i 1 I'o '1. YUAN REICHSTAG IS ill ipa Attempt to Debate Subma rine Issue Involvinf U. S. Keceives Check. Berlin. Germany. March 21 It Is un derstood that the relchstag will take a recess today or tomorrow until neai th end of April to give committees opportunity to discuss the budijet and ta xbills. This adjournment will post pone the expected speech of chancelor con Bethmann-Hollwcg- on the nations foreign policy. It ai-o may mean tns sidetracking of debate on the subma rine campaign.- Involving the govern ment's policy In dealing with tns United States. It is evident that the conservatives are restive under the agreement t avoid discussion o the submarine issue in open session. Count von W estarp said he was willing to adhere to the apieement on condition that tne mat ter be discussed all the more thorough ly in committee. - , . Another conservative speaker desired tc mention the submarine question, but met with a shout from the house that it was against the agreement. Even then he persisted, whereupon the presi dent remarked bluntly: "tou may not proceed on that subject." The conservatives found an outlet for their feelings in repeated eulogies of admiral von Tirpitz. DANNUNZIO IS DECORATED FOR AIR SCOUTING SERVICES (Coctinued from, pare 1.1 medal in recognition or nis services as military' airplane observer. TWO HUH: SIIII'S SIXKl JIOST OF fRBTiS SAt:il London. Ene.. Mrc.i -'J. Another Danish steamship has been au-l; the Christianssund. of 1017 tons. Her en tire crew of 22 was saved. The British steamship Fulmir. XZ'lt tons, also has been sunk. Eighteen of her crew were rescued. j GOVERNOR HUNT, OF ARIZONA, ASKS U. S. FOR 3000 RIFLES Phoenix, Ariz.. XIarch :.1 Epres ing fear that developments in Mexico may cause Villa sympathizers in southern Arizona to make troubl' governor Hun this afternoon wirr-d the war department, requesting 300" Krag carbines and 30,000 round of ammunition for equipment for hom guards in settlements which asked for protectlon. lie guarantees that the state will make restitution for all equipment not returned Local authori ties are required to giv bond for equipment wh.cli may he all -Med to them. fnder orders of tlie governor, ad jutant general Harris has wired a'l militia compan commanders urging them to recruit to full war strength. SEXVTK (WIMITTKK TALKS OF ICIIKSI SUGAR DITV. Washing en n. O, March 14 Seri ous consideration was given by the senate finance committee today to a proposal not only to repeal the free sugar clause of the tariff, but to in crease the present tariff by half a cent a pound and levy a production tax of one cent a pound on all s'icar produced in the rnited States to raise emergency revenue. WONDERFUL TALE AN ACTRESS Struggled with Sickness and Dis couragement; How Relieved. Dayville, Killingly, Conn. "I shall be glad to have every woman know what l Know now, after using Lydia E. Pinkhams Vege table Compound. Although I am only 2-1 years old, I havo suffered for the past eight years. I hated the doctors, for a doctor told me to give up the stcg wherelwasplayinR with my husband s' had bearing down pains, my health failrd me. and I could not work on th stage, and wasn't able to tend my baby or even get around 'myself. I was always downhearted and discontented with the world, a. id only lived for the sake of my little girl. The doctor said to move to some quiet little town awsy from the noisy city, and I mightbeab'a to live and feel well, so I went to Day ville in November. At that time I wss so sick I could not walk around, and my husband kept house and I stayed in bed. One day in January I read your adver tisement in a newspaper, and I sent for Lydia E. Pinkham'3 Vegetable Com pound, and started taking it. Within two weeks time I was a different wo man, could get around, and felt so good that it was a pleasure to do my house work. I felt contented and happy, fcnd now am the picture of health, and am tempted to return to the stage. Wo appreciate my health as the most pre cious thing on earth. " Mrs. H. L. Klenett, Box 85, Killingly, Conn. Lime-Lou In Tuberculosis. In the Journal or the American Medical (asorlatlon t January 17, 1914 1 rras the foIIOTrlasri It haa been msiir times stated that In fuhcrculonla or In the vretnbercu IohIr ataise an Increased amonat of calclnm (lime) la los both in the urlue and feces. In fact, a demlneml Ixatton has been thousht to he a fore runner of the development .of tuber culosla." If tuberculosis Is due to lime loss the success of Eckman's Alterative m its treament may be due. In part, to Its content of a lime salt so com bined with other valuable ingredients as to be easily assimilated. Always we have urged consumpth cs to attend stricly to rtfatters of food lint often some eifeetive remedial aseir M needed. In many cases of ap parent recovei i l.ckiimu's Alterative beems to liuv(- supplied this need. U toiitains no opiates, narcotics or lia'oi' tormlna: druss. so is safe to tr Kroui votir druggist or direct. Sold bv K-'lli' A Pollard. Knoblauch Diu Co.. l'eui'l. s Ui up Store i:d.!ii.-in' l.nboratory, rliiladeliihla. Adertisenie:it. I! ESF?-j fill WWif -wiHHI !&r SKI lit ;fe nr ii i