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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 190(
CLE AIR' AND PURE.
bSAt tip r .i"M?
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The Process o Filtering
IS SHOWN IN THE CUT. BY PERCOLATION THROUGH A POR
OUS NATURAL STONE FROM THE UPPER TO THE LOWER
JAR SIMPLY BY THE FORCE OF GRAVITY, WHICH 13 NATURE'S
OWN PROCESS OF FILTERING.
PURE WATER IS ESSENTIAL TO GOOD HEALTH. IF YOU
VISH TO BE HEALTHY, FILTER THE WATER YOU DRINK.
HERE IS A PERFECT PURIFYING FILTER WITHIN THE REACH
CALL AND EXAMINE THEM AT
The Rialto 's
Adele von Old and Her
Novel and Spectacular
Role at the Nciv York
m 1 1 . r n
i 1 il ley si sain 1 ouring
f"Jroni Our Now York Dramatic Corre
; The most itnusmil loading lady" role
' Uii.s season brought to New York is
i th::t played by a mere slip of a frirl,
' Adele von Old, at the Hippodrome. She
! Is but eighteen years old.
I I nt i I recently she was sinking her
; Individuality twice a day in the Hip
j podrome ballet, but now she plays tin
chief, female rV.e in a short melodra
iiiatie piece which has been i:terpoIat
ed ia "A Soeietv Circus" and which
THE SCILLY ISLANDS.
Tlieyllave bat Three Season Sprlntr,
Slimmer and Autumn.
The eliinate of the Scilly islands is
the most e;iialile in Great I.ritain. It
ranker; on an average from 40 decrees
to CO decrees. On the coldest dav it is
warm and oi the hottest it is cool
There are only three seasons in Scilly
c-f lour months each spring, summer
and autu:n:i. When the autumn ends
spring commences. J here is no K:-eat
height in the inlands. The highest land
iu l'.ryher is only i:::i fei-t abave sea
level, although the ti'lerapli tower
built on Mary's reaches a hc:rht of
"s l'ct t ' .it ihi rock scenery of the en
tire roup o-' ti.ese islands is remark
able. There are rucks fantastic, jajrc.!,
peaked, t iei'ied. serrati'd; rocks reseni
bliu living creatures tnd others su--
iri!reval vastness raid r.n
son.e grandly ca.-HeatcJ,
Buckeye 1-2 inch, 3-ply.
Wetmore 3-4 inch, 4-ply.
Carnbao 3-4 inch, 3-ply.
High Pressure, 3-4 in., 3 ply
Bengal 3-4 inch, 3-ply.
Electric 3-4 inch, the hose
made to last.
Prices From 10c to 18c per Foot.
112 West Seventeenth Street.
ADELE VON OI1L.
has as its bi. !ainatie feature the
jdutriug horses. Her rie from the
raidis of nonentity to a place on the
Hippodrome programme, a spot l:u!;t
nil her own. and incidentally Limbic
from a forty piece orchestra proves
again the old saying about opportuni
ty making the man or, as so iictin-.es
happens, th.- woman.
AVhen Frederic Thompson and his
Ft a ire director. F.d ward V. Tc!:fpie. had
lin:-hed planning a::l wilting the
pif-e pj be interpolated ti:ey started
lo(;king for a girl bravo ough t
plunge twice a day into the Icy wa
ters of the great stage tank astride a
raliopmg. snorting ho--e. I.itt!
down pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can
attack a woman, viz: falling cf the womb. With this, generally,
come irregular, painful, scanty cr profuse periods, wasteful, weaken
ing drains, dreadful backache, headache, nervousness, dizziness, irri
tability, tired feeling, inability to walk, loss of appetite, color and
beauty. The cure U
von Old slopped forward and announc
ed emphatically that she was the ery
person they were seeking. What she
didn't know about horses and saddles
ami bridles wasn't worth knowing.
flio had ridden every variety of h re
from race (rack thoroughbreds tr c.
liunch.'ng mustangs, she wa-n't afraid
of any animal in the Thompson Iua
dy herd, and as for the water well, if
they would only give her it trial :-!:(
that marvelous, curative extract, or natural essence, of herbs, which
exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female organs.
Cardui relieves pain, regulates the menses, stops drains and stim
ulates the muscles to pull the womb up into place.
It Is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints.
WRITE US A LETTER
In strictest confidence, telling us all
your troubles. We will send free ad
vice (in plain sealed envelope). Ad
dress: Ladies' Advisory Dept., The
Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chatta
"I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN
In my womb and ovaries," writes Ars.
Naomi Bake, of Webster Groves.Mo.,
"and my menses were very painful
and irregular. Since taking Cardui I
feel like a new woman, and do not
suffer as I did."
(..M;c;;sir,u-.' nor i.erve am
;-'!; had the trialthroe trials and
6avo or.co. when lhisher MctJarry. h t
mount, attempted to r!l through 'e.e
twenty yards of eight feet deep mois
ture, she has never been spilled or had
the slighte u n.idatp.
"I just love it." said she recently as
she swung along the street in a decid
edly western fashiou. with a feminine
sombrero pulled rakishly over one e.e,
a pair of leather gauntlets over her
wrists and a riding whip in her hand.
"Yo-.t see. I really do know a whole lot
about horses. My mother used to keep
Can't Teli What Will Happen
Always have a bottle of Salubrin on hand for
WOUNDS, INFLAMMATION, SPRAINS, BURNS, HEMORRHOIDS, CHIL
BLAINS, RHEUMATISM, ETC.
Nothing releives and cures as rapidly and satisfactorily as Salubrin. En
dorsed by undisputed medical authorities.
SOLD AT ALL, DRUG STORES.
I - , 4. i. ..
lave yon trid itr it is the bo.st tiliilii iii
tlic market for tho pijc. , A raro blending
of tU finest American and foreign to-"
"bacoof. In tins, 25c and 50c.
Hvcci&e Cigar Sgor
Harper House Block.
John P. Sexton, Prop.
m ii I
TESTA TILI.EY IX ONE OF TIER MALE IM
PEIiSOJiATIOXS. a riding academy, and when I -was a
little bit of a tot I learned to ride
horses of various kinds and sizes."
Vesta Tilley, the inimitable English
music hall performer, is again touring
America. Her captivating songs and
daiuty Impersonations have very right
iy made her aa international favorite.
She is appearing in vaudeville under
tlie management of Percy Williams.
I.iko it prcut lioa's ctic.'k teeth.
Those on Ihe peninsula of I'enninis,
(specially if they are seen in mist,
Meaawar (pronounced man-ef-wart, the
Maiden liower, Mincarlo, Shipman's
Ilv.d. the Haycocks at Anuet and
many others are strikingly grand. Tho
curious resemblance to primeval ani
mal forms Las gicu rise to many of
the mimes of these rock:: and certainly
Like a n at sim beast. erawl"il forth to
sua ie If,
whiie there are
'monks' ci i wis,
HAIR AND COLOR.
'i i:n i to iJIor.i;.
The color .f the hair, say.-, the (.'rand
Magazine, i ; usually t ra i..; ;: i e i fr. iii
a. cuts t !;:! !. 'I his is e--;-i cially IfUO
wl;:-tt both parents h:'.e the s;n' e :n
pl ';io:i. I nst: noes, however, are !!'-t
necDji'moit wIiitc children h ive hair
black as "o;jy, while the hair of both
parents is a l-::rn!ng red. Inst. -ad of
eorv t!:;it a child takes
s the ci)!:-;- of
fa.c-t. it h.i;;
in favor (f
in fact, is by
i dt ion much
disproving the theor
a IV-r its p an ii:--.. so far
the Lair is c:tncrued. il
how bit-u I'i't.iiiK d. is
the doctrine, lied hair,
its structure and com
n 'a r t; ohti-Ic hair than to blond.
Very often if the hair of a very dark
coriple ioned person be examined ai-to'eiivob,-
a few ouitf red h.'.irs will be
(h-b.-cied ia the i:;ws. ri the oth( r
L-.l'd. it Wol'.'.d he t'.!!le w:tcl to :
lor black hairs in the locks of a fair
pigment of t
il.trly it is not hifroouet-t
! wti'ise !ai:r. rea at
thev u'l'.iv,- older ou'ue
t ('. ai't'f some serious
product ion of the coloring
he hair fails of!'. I.ia.-l: hair
i t. a casurd ey
miaai more atiinity t retl hair tl,
black, is, on the contrary, quit,
a a to
T I.njincn Itno Itorn
Th" . aa : law I s net
that tho pope mast be a :
eve:) a cleric ?i,'ei'tL.' h' -s
K'.TS the sue-
li-hites have belonged t
ers of the sacred college, a!
late as 17." a iiom ar.hnal
1 for several thnes. At least
.ai-.rohn XIX. (P'Jb and Ad
JTCa -have o cti;.i.'d the papal
: s . f (
; li . -ti r' i a.
t v . 1 :ym
r;-.:i V. .1
th" :.: I'll then
prevent laymen from being created
cardinals, although they are not enti
tled to vote in the conclave unless they
can produce a special permit from the
is today nothing t
jt'.crrac tliem. Nervous peopie
Jio'f insane and more than half
:;icV. Ncrvousdir.ordcrs sliowin neu-rr.U-c
rzi-.i, daches an 'I muscular
twitchior. l-'evtsr stop them before
tucy jo two fjr.
A J . U(( IP-. j
on'.- su.-e r.anedy. It is ioid with
a i'i.?r..nv-c cf smsfaction. It it
.'r!.- ...I't l.t-l-.i y.j-.i, s,:r.i-!y return the
I -.t ::d the .ir.i.--v-t will return your
. -iO-.t y. We tik.;a:i the risk -we take
yen: own v-crtt without cucstion.
Gt a cent box today and be com.
'.r;allc. tiar.-.; !e trtc on request.
Tho ieHra!gyIine Co.
Marrjuette Poi.tarnt Cement : maJe roia k
ROCK. UmaUfSooncrcteHslutrrt asfraalte. g
The best ('cm' n: for Fctiniatiors. ;ilks,
Floors, r):.ts, (iatrcrs. totems. Y.'all. It
Be sure your dealer kivcs oa
Tr pssa PAR C
"The Sidewalk Brand"
you infnmmt ion and rnl yoti i.ir Unv; tn. 'ir.irn .
MARQUETTE CEMENT MFC. CO. ClhCACO 'S
Clubs Adopting Neiv lollies.
The Ogeemah Sold The
Liptcn Cup Race.
The adopting of rules and regulations
is the order of the hour among yachts
men. The lat.st body to adopt the re
vised racing rules drawn up by the
Atlantic coast conference is th;; Yacht,
liacing Association of Massachusetts.
Kuropoan ad, 'ices state 1hat the rule of
mcasuromoat proposed at the London
conference has been unreservedly ac
cepted by Italy and ;ermany and that
t rance la's auopteit ine lormut.i ior
yachts that are larger th.au ten meters
rating (.".2.S feet.) and for ones that
art? smaller the sauiu formula with
I : : .', ... - ' -' ':,; ' ;
LiLx'j' V.i i..' Ld w ml. t '-?
Articles of association by the White
Lake Yacht club, located at White
Lake, Mich., have just been filed. Moat
of the members are Chicago yachts
men. The oiiieers are: Commodore, J.
Fred MeMuire; vice commodore, Wal
ter S. Certs; rear commodore. Iavid
E. Warner; treasurer, Victor llehreus;
secretary, Ia;;;el 1). McCuire. The
club will bui! 1 a .Sb.i.O'K) house on the
shifes of While lake.
"Sons of t ea cooks may be numer
ous." said Thomas ITeming lay re
cently in speaking of the Kermuda
race that ia to be shortly sailed under
the ausi.ices of the Ilrooklya Yacht
pot ami tl
fl-yip.Lr on i
a jump of
'but real sea co.d.s are not. or at
amateurs, and the cooks o:i this
o m::st not fry Iheir iSajijaclcs for
Ar.y al'iei.o.ped ai.atetir coolc
I to reaU aia t'.te r.-.-.tii'e co Tee-
hi .he active
foara of a lefty foot, boat f'-r
0m.) miles or so across the
!. can get a job by writing
the recatr.i committee of the ISrooklyn
Yachtsijicii will be surprised to hear
that A if:'-
liur.-t (X. Y.t Ya.ck.t club and the New
York Cnuoe cittb has sold the champion
(.'lass (j racer Ogeemah to a member of
the Lr.r. hmont (X. Yd Yacht club and
that tin- boat has left for its new home
on Long island .sot;;..'.
Th" boat was designed by .b.kn Ik
Krophy. a well known naval architect,
ami built in by If. Wallen Sens.
Her Ci::; ui.::s are :;o feet over all. -
feel lo.td wa.ter line, 7 feet inches
1 e:1.:.!, feet 'J inches draft, with a sail
spread of baa seuare feet.
Tie- yacht was one of the first boats
designed under the displacement rule.
mi: ouri'MAii, cnAMfiox oi-' m:n class.
iMiriag tiie tir.-t season she sailed at
the top of Class ! under the old v,at"r
line ieagti: ;-i!.i sail area rule ami won
the championship of the class in the
Crive.send lhty Vacht Lacing associa
tion. The bo;t no doubt will race In Class
K. and i; is believed by many well in
formed yachtsmen that there is not a
boat of her measurement atioat that
can beat her in any kind of weather
other than a drifting match.
The new schooner yacht Dervish,
which is the property of Commodore
Henry A. Morse of the Corinthian
Yacht dub of Marblokead, Mass., and
which wa.s launched recently at Law
ley's yards. Lostou, was designed by
C. II. Crane of New York. It is one
of the three schooners built for eastern
owners under the new rule. Her di
mensions are SS feet over all, o." feet
on the water line. Id feet beam jinj 11
Edward Sanger of the Milwaukee
Yui kt t lub states that he will enter his
now yacht, the Mendota, in the Li. ton
cup races of ike Columbia Yacht club
of Chieaco that are to be sailed in Au
gust on Lake Michigan.
William Hah; Thompson, president
of the Illinois Athletic club. Is wonder
ing if he is to own practically all of the
New Illinois, the twenty-one foot yacht
that is to enter the Upton cup races
this :-e isoij. It was originally intended
that the boat should bo built by a syn
dicate of which Thompson was to bo
the leading member. Thompson or
dered the yacht built with this under
standing by an Oshkosh firm, but from
Ihe time he signed the papers he has
not heard from the other members. W.
II. Dunre in, however, in on tin? j.ropo
sition. and in r.ll probability the two
will -own the boat. Under the f.ag of
what club the yacht will sail is still -(
mystery. Iesides the Illinois Athletic ;
of Chicago, Thompson is a member of ;
the Columbia and Chicago Yacht clubs.
Dupre also belongs to the Chicago
aeht club. Thompson says that the ;
boat will tly the colors of the club that I
the majority of the syndicate belongs
to if he can fiftd out who they are.
Arthur Pettit of Chicago is now in
IJoaton. where he will try out the new j
twenty-one foot cabin class boat that
is being built to race In the Upton Be- !
ries by a syndicate representing tho '
Chicago Country club. j
c . " . . r,s..
-Cj '.t:i hardships if for
i:iscTj?.i prepared from
-.:::. v. :.: the pur; fcsiJ I:v f.f t!! Ei-lcs,
Return May 22
Statu Encampment G. A. R. Spuciul
FLock Island 9 a. in.
Molme 9:15 a. in.
Tickets limited to return on any truin
until May 25. For particulars inquire
at C. 13. S O. Depot or G. As R, committee.
F. A. RsDDELL, Agent
Phone west G0 old; 6170 new.
T.l-'mJ. i7t"i Vr'-f'T--''
oubt Consult itie Best I
Hc-dth is life's greatest ijxry. if you want healtn, consult Dr. Walsh,
Oavcr.pcrt's moat tuccev.'u! ps-.iati;i in Chronic, Nervou Ditrttec of
rrifn cmi women.
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DR. J. E. WALtH,
K.rin'rly of ChJ'-aKo.
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