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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY lf, 1909.
ISDUSlRIALEXUrBlfWiSS'EJl" ; attendance Friday Night Small, but Appreciative. PRACTICAL MEN ARE INTERESTED ' .' i Electrically Educated Devices Shown la Exhibit en Stage Indicative President Taft's Plan of Economy : in Practical Form OQO UuUUUUUUUUuUUuUUUUUUUUuUUU ot What Proponed Industrial Exposition Will Do. Attendance at the Auditorium wu small taut night, owing to the disagreeable leather, but the Interest ahown wbi In bo way dampened by the outside weather Condition. It waa Commercial club night Snd a large number of business tnen wera in attendance, viewing with deep interest the many wonderful exhibits, especially the Industrial exhibit which la located on the stage. ! Thl exhibit Is especially Interesting to , tha members of the Commercial club be cause of the Industrial exposition which : they are trying to bring to Omaha, and which. If they succeed, will be held at ' tha Auditorium as the Electrlal show now is. The Industrial exhibit at the Auditorium ' this week Is yery ' similar to the proposed how on a small scale. It la run by the Omaha Electric Light and Power company and shows many In teresting uses of electrical power. An electrical polishing machine Is kept busy polishing rings, watches and other pieces Ot Jewelry, while next to1 It Is a lathe Which turns a large piece . of rough Iron Into a smooth, well-rounded bar, showing the great power of tha electrical motor. Two motors placed skle by side, one old cne and one of. the latest type, Illustrate the wonderful advance made In the con struction of these machines In the last few years. The electric garment cutter comes In for Its share of Interest by cut ting from 200 to 600 garments at once. .' Other Interesting demonstrations in this exhibit are the shoe sewing machine, the Ice cream freeser, the dough mixer and the printing press, all run by electricity. ! The wireless had : troubles of Its own trying to buck; the electrical storm and Us attendant atmospherical disturbances. The operator at the government booth at the show was unable to get the station at the fort, but the Instrument at Fort Omaha la about three times as strong' as his, so he could hear distinctly what was being sent from there. Dr. Mlllener, after his short talk at the Union Faciflo booth, again performed his wonderful atunt of controlling the lights by wireless from Fort Omaha. Miss Mehaffey 'delighted1 a small, but appreciative, audience with her usual pleasing conceit.- Saturday la to be Every body's day and preparations are being made to make It the greatest of the show It is the last day of the big attraction and the prices are to be reduced to 10 cents for children. DOUGH VAT FOR SCAB BAKER East ld Bread Maker and Wife Are Roaschly Treated by Strike ra. new YOKK,- May 15. Max Alhelm, a baker of East New York, who did not close his shop when the bakers recently went out on a strike, was dragged from his bed today and thrown Into a vat of dough In the basement of his establish ment. First, however, he was so budly beaten that his removal) to a hospital waa necessary. f The women raiders meanwhile (attacked Mrs. Alhelra and threw pailful of dough upon he. ,, ' 12? The Only' Flour Made In Omaha OMAHA, NED. ? - i , updikehiuiho 1 j sal- r . 1 k S1.75 per sack At all grocers fcPDIKE MILLING COMPANT, OMAHA. To" the Mothers: Who have growing children. There Is no time from the agea of four and on that they do not need the services of the Dcu- list as well as the grown peoplo. Their decidious or baby teeth decay and cause many a sleepless night that could bo avoided If taken In time. Not ouly this, but the loss of these little teeth before proper age, oftlmea causes the permanent Or second teeth to come In very Irregular. Then you wonder why, or. If you do know the reason you feel that the child has been neglected. So many parents think that second tnolar or back teeth which arrive in children at the ago of 6 years sue first teeth not so for this reason X want to caution you to look after them that these teeth may be saved. Now, what about your own toelhT I am laying great hires those days on the good 1 can do for those of you who are wearing plates that are loose and fall down at mo least provocation, or have crowns and brluges that are clumsy and uncleanly. My new system of replacing all missing tteiu mat will be natural in uppearance und durable In their work Is something that you will tM satisfied with for many years to come. If you have never heard of what 1 can Co with aching teeth, either for filling or extracting In a painless way, loo tae up end f venture to say you will be pleased with what I can do for them. Call, phone or write for particulars. All works guaranteed for year. References by the score. DR. BRADBURY THE DKXTIST 1506 Fariuun. Tel. Doug. 1750. 17 Yean Same Localiou. . MAN DO Jl kal (rtaa mm? sot ml C later? mmmm at, Mr - rleiee. sk4 tor ir. Madame Josephine Le Fcvre, taen uti as uUk " el's kr Mjm-OUlae brwa C. G TIM Belt Druf C.. Hi 1tm Drug Co.. Omsks; Clare sag Co.. CoeacU Blsfls. Committee it Appointed to Purchase Supplies Needed by Depart v merits in Common, WASHINGTON, May 15,-Presldent Taft's plan of economy in purpose of sup plies took practical form today wher. an executive order was Issued, the purpose of which Is to systematise purchases needed In common by two or more department, to secure such supplies at lower and uni form pricea and more effectively to ca.-ry out the spirit of the act of January 7, IM. The order creates a general supply com mittee, tho chairman of which Is to be the chairman ot the board of awards, to be made up of one representative Irom esch of the departments and from Independent bureaus in Washington, Including the dis trict government. Before the end of each fiscal year the committee Is to prepare one general sched ule of 11 supplies needed In common by any two or more departments and establish ments, except that it may include articles of a special nature required by only one department, and may omit from the sched ule any class of supplies deemed advis able. The articles so admitted shall be pur chased upon advertisement and bids as heretofore done. Bonds are to be required for performance of the conditions of con tracts. A uniform method of Inspection and testing of alt supplies la provided for. SOCIETY READY FOR SUMMER (Continued from Second Page.) erland. They sail on the Prlni Wllhelm Frlcdrlch, returning In September on the new George Washington of the North Ger man Lloyd line. Dr. Minnie Lang and her daughter, Miss Eva Lang, Mr. James Lang and Miss Dyer, all of Kansas City, arrived this week, to be the guests of Mrs. Frank R. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. 8. R. Rush and children are visiting in Fayettevllle, Ark., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lighten, for merly of Dundee. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Wilcox left Thursday for Placervllle, Cal., for an ex tended visit with their daughter, Mrs. Luther Leistngrlng. Mrs. Samuel Burns will leave early next month for a visit in Indiana, later Joining her daughter, Mrs. C. T. Kountze, at her home on Mackinac Island. . Mrs. Claud Robertson and son Hearld of Hood River, Ore?, who have been visiting Mrs. s! C. Carson Lowrle, 1810 St. Marys avenue, have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Breckenrldge have returned from California and will spend the summer with their daughter, Mrs. J. II. Sherwood, of the Root apartments. Mr. and Mrs. Hoxle Clark are expected In Omaha next week, and will be the guests Of Mrs. Ella Squires. Mr. and Mrs. Clark will come from St Louis in their auto mobile. Mrs. Frank Cclpetecr, who has been traveling In Europe, .was in Geneva last week, and will pass ' next week fn Parle before sailing from Liverpool on the Cel tic, May 21. . Dr. 8. F. Miller, a returned missionary from Korea, reached the city on Wednes day last, Dr. and Mrs. Miller are enrouto tor thesseroby'ertid wllt.RlakeJ one or two stops on tho way to Denver. '. . Mrs. Shnon Trostler and son William Trostler will sail June 12 for a trip to Europe. Before leaving they, will spend two weeks with Mrs. Trostlcr's daughter, Mrs. O. J. White, 2211 North Twenty-eighth avenue. Mrs. John C. Goodwin and little daugh ter, Katherlne, loft today for their home In New Castle, Ind. They were accom panied by Mrs. Frank 3. Kennard and Miss Ruth Wallace, who will visit them for several weeks. Mrs. E. L. Lomax and Miss Mildred Lomnx, who have been spending the win ter In Europe, will sail for Hurao June 17, and are expected In Omaha about Juno 2!i. Mrs. Isadore Wltmark is expected in Omaha next week, to be the guest of her father, Mr. Albert Cahn. Lieutenant Charles C. Allen of the Thir tieth Infantry, who was formerly stationed hi Omaha as aide, to the late General Wlnt, has been in the Philippines with General Mills until the latter was relieved by Gen eral Carter. Mr. Allen expects to stop in Omaha en route to his next post, which will be in the south. Miss Bess Baum and Miss Jean Cudahy, accompanied by their friend. Miss Phlla Mllbank of Los Angeles, will leave next week for Washington, where they attend the commencement exercises of Miss Burn ers' school, from which they graduated a year ago. On their return they will visit Bryn Mawr as the guests of Miss Car melite Chase, and then go to Cornell col lege, where they will be entertained ' by Clement Chase, jr. The charter day exercises at Smith col lege In Massochusettj will lack the en thusiasm of former years owing to the re tirement ot President Seeley and alto be cause ot the recent tragedy pn the college campus. But there will be a number of class reunions' nevertheless, and students Will assemble from different parts of the United States. Miss Helen Wright of Omaha Is a student there and Miss Helen Rlbbel left this week to attend the re union of her class at Smith. The funeral of Dr. J. W. Manker, for merly of Omaha, but more recently of San Francisco, will take place today at Red Oak, la., the former home of Dr. and Mrs. Manker. His death occurred last Wednesday at Chicago, where his daugh ter, Mrs. Thomson, and Mr. Thomson of Suit Lake City, also Mr. W. O. Templeton of Omaha, Mrs. Manker's brother, were called. Dr. and Mrs. Manker and their daughter have many friends In Omaha, this having been their home tor 'several years. -4- Weddiasss aad Knanicements. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander D. Marriott an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Maude Murrlott to Mr. Marshall Starr Walker of Katies City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. William Fleming have an nouueed the engagement of their daughter, Jean, to Mr. Edward Warner Williams of Milwaukee. Mr. Williams Is a graduate of Belolt, and a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity. Tha wedding will probably take place In the near future. Mr. and Mrs. George Park Moorhead Issued cards Saturday for the wedding of their daughter. Miss Sylvia Gerturde Moor head, to Mr. Harry Allan Tukey, for Sat urday evening, June 6. at S o' clock, at their residence, lit South Thirty-eighth avenue. Mint Elizabeth Moorhead will be maid of honor and Mr. Ross Towiv oest man. JOHN 0RTH LEAVES TOLEDO Mas Wks Claims to its Miulnf stria Archdeke Agala piupsMn, TOLEDO. O.. May 15.-John Orth. the machinist who says be Is the missing Archduke Johann Salvatore of Hungary and is fleeing from ag-nts from his father land, last night left Toledo after remain ing' In hiding here since his sudden dis appearance from Palnesvllle Tuesday, lie did not say wr.er ha was going, o o o o o o o o o o o o o ESk il liiw Bpwiipi mmm mmlwm - a""""- ffCjiiK -'ST "'" ""' " ' ' - " - -.f-j.-. . .... ,..,. i hi r n Uliiirt' 1-1 nr-r r inr. Trn is ' Zr&g . g&0 Three Rooms flO50 Tour Rooms SrtfJO Five Rooms $Or0fl L.:&C?' rornlshed Furnished Furnished WJS Complete AKJ- tomplele VOf CompieJe Ujr" o a o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o All Goods Marked in Plain Figures for this $4.50 Maple PORCH ROCKER The greatest value ever offered in a porch rocker. It Is exactly like illustration and is made of selected white maple, and the book and seat are of doable woven reed of a select ed quality. It Is substantially built and is entirely weather-proof. ffXV;'!:' srbr, I Terms, S3 Cash, Monthly I Terms, 8.SO Cash, $3 Monthly I , mm J25 GOGGOOOOOOOO Five Members of . Turpentine Trust; . . Are Sentenced Ken Found Guilty of Violating Shtx man Anti-Trust Law Draw Jail Terms and Hues. . SAVANNAH, Ga.( May 15. Jjdge Wil liam B, Bheppard this afternoon santenoed tho five men found guilty of violating the Sherman anti-trust law. Spencer P. Shot ter, chairman of the board of directors of the Naval Stores oompany, was sentenced, to serve three months in Jail and to pay a fine of $o,000. Edmund 8. Nash, president ot the com pany, was fined $3,000. J. F. Cooner Mvcra. vlra nrmililont nt the American comuanv and nresiripnt nf the National Transportation and Terminal company, was sentenced to three months In Jail and to pay a fine of $2,500. George Mead Boardman of New Ynrlr treasurer of the American Naval Stores company, was fined $2,000. Carl Moller of Jacksonville, Fla., agent and general man- ager or the National (Transportation and Terminal company In Jacksonville, was fined $5,o00. Mr. Shotter and Mr. livers were sen. fenced to terms in the Chatham county Jail because thoy had been before the oourt two years ago, entering pleas ot guilty. Mr. Moller'S sentence waa mads hoaw because of his connection with thn term inal yards in Jacksonville, where regrad- lng and regauglng were alleged to have taken place. The case will be annealed to the United States court of appeals. A writ of error citing fifty-three grounds was filed. Nearly everything the court permitted to come before the Jury, to which the defense entered protest, was at tacked. ... Bond in the sum of $20,000 was given for all the defendants Jointly arid they were released pending the drtermlnation of their appeal. The costs they must pay if the conviction and sentences stand will. It Is said, reach $17,000. Judge Shcppard gave each man oppor tunity to say why sentence should hot bo pronounced, a privilege of which they took but small advantage. Heavy Snow In Dksr Horn. SHERIDAN. Wyo., May 15.-(8pecial.)-A pioneer here says that he has been on the Big Horn range since 1184, and that there is now five times as much snow on the top as he has ever known. In many places It lies over thirty feet deep, and It has not even started to settle. It. lies on the very bottom of the foothills. This is true of all the headwaters of the Missouri. Lying so late in the season, and the warm Sanatorium This Institution Is the only one In the central west with separate buildings situated la their own amule grounds, yet entirely dis tinct and rendering It possible to classify cases. The one building being fitted for and devoted to the treatment of noncontagious and nonmental diseases, no others be ing admitted. The other. Rest Cottage, being designed for and devoted to the exclusive treatment of select mental cases, requiring for a time watchful care and spe cial nursing. The Peoples Store's ability to give you values that represent Actual Savings Is unquestion able. We can easily convince you That We Rave You From 30 to CO Per Cent on every article purchased here. We want you to receive the benefits ot our exceptional power that enables us to Greatly Underbuy and Greatly Undersoil every other store In this city. Our Great Outfit Offers Are Actual and Bona Fide, and are absolutely the best In the city. Added to our LuwneMi of Prlc la the fact that We Mark AH Our Goods In Plain Figures, and extend to you all tho cour tesies of Our Kefined Credit System. Come any day this week and let us provo to you the truth ot our assertions. We Trust the Peoplo. 7 " 'E.SlSamdSXr' tint MISFIT CARPETS AT FROM ONE-HALF TO OXE-THIRD OFF. Bring the size of your room with you. Big Sale of Carpets all This Week weather and ralne of June to start it, we will undoubtedly experience the highest .water along the Missouri river In years. Many people anticipate great damage In Sheridan frou). the WiUer that must come down the Little r Goose .and Big Goose creeks. New Frauds in Customs Service Three Government Weighers Arrested on Charge of Cheating Gov ernment NEW YORK, May 15.-Three of the gov ernment's weighers recently dismissed by Collector Loeb were arrested today, to gether with the members of two importing firms who are alleged to have conspired with the welgheitf to secure the entry of fig and cheese imports at less than actual weights. The weighers and Importers were Jointly indicted recently. The men arrested today were Antonio and Philip Muslca, of the importing firm of A. Musica & Son, and Eustadlo Papavaallopulo, another im porter, with the former weighers, Joseih Qulnn, Thomas C. Glddings and Joseph MoMahon. The method alleged to have beon pursued was for the Importer to file false' Invoices showing weights far below the real weights, the goods later being checked by the assistant weighers to cor respond with the invoice. The frauds charged aro declared to havo caused the loss of large sums to the government TRAINMEN CRITICISE THEIR ATTORNEY Charge that Political Activity of Legislative Accent Placed Broth erhood In Wrong Light, COLUMBUS, O., May 16-Most of to day's session of tho Brotherhood of Rail way Trainmen was taken up with an ex cited debate over the attitude of H. B. Fuller, legislative representative at Wash ington, who is employed In a similar ca pacity by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and the Brotherhood of Firemen and Englnemen. Mr. Fuller was vigor ously criticised by the delegates and by Grand Master Lre for alleged political activity against the republican candidate) in last fall's campaign. It was cliar;id that an erroneous Impression was created throughout the country with reference to the position of the railway brotherhoods In the campaign. The debate ensued when Mr. Fuller's friends offered a resolution providing for a vote of thanks. This finally was adopted. BOSTON, May II. An undercurrent of anticipation was noticeable at today's ses sion of the grand division of the Order of Railway Conductors. Tomorrow the elec tion ot officers will be held and tonight a caucus was held by the delegates favor ing a change In several of the grand offices. For the position of grand president, now held by A. B. Garretson of Cedar Rapids, la., and who Is a candidate for re-elec tion. W. T. Brown of Terre Haute, Ind., was prominently mentioned tonight aa an antl-admlnlstratlon nominee. The only position among the grand true tees vacant is sought by J. F. Archer of Houston, Tex., and W. J. Burke of I'ltts burg, Pa. Allen Says Uood-Bye. ALLIANCE Neb.. May 15. (Special Tel egram.) L. R. Allen, general superin tendent of the Wyoming division of the Burlington, with headquarters In Alliance, who was recently appointed to a similar position on the Burlington's Iowa lines, today took formal leave of his many friends and departed for his new field of labor at Burlington, la. E. P. Brackon of Qalesburg, 111., who succeeds lit. Allen, gpmiiiLiwhui, iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniifflti-T ,iiiiiinMiil,.,1J U &$mm& $12.50 mmmmmam mmmsm X3 $12.50 Guaranteed Gas Range No smoke, no soot, no ufi necesnnry heat. They give in stantaneous action. They are an investment, not an expeiiHO, as they pay for themselves in the cost or the gau they save you. Terms, fl.OO Cash, 60o Weekly $11.95 For This Imperial Brussels Rug The size is 11x9 ft; they are closely woven of guaranteed material; colors and patterns are most beautiful. They are an extraordinary value at the above low price. Terms, fl.OO Cash, Wo Weekly 1612 & TARN AM STREETS. OMAHA (The reoplea lUraitore aad Carpet Co, Est. 1887.1 , will arrive Monday. Mr. Brackon formerly held a position on this division as super intendent, of both the Sheridan and Ster ling divisions. Omaha Ad Club Laughs at Storm Ladies' Night Entertainment Held as Per Schedule, with Platter ing Success. 1. The Ad club lost out on its cherished plan of opening Rome Miller's new summer garden Friday evening, but the weather did not prevent the members from enjoying a Jolly dinner and social meeting with their wives, the occasion being "Ladles' night." The dinner was served at the Rome and during the program which followed President Ralph E. Sunderland presided. Considering the storm, the at tendance was large. Music was furnished by the Happy Hoi low and Barton quartets. The ' oratorical part of the festivities was served by Roger C. Craven, Clem C. Chase and Rome Mil ler. An amusing Imitation of a man selling collar buttons was given by F. W. liar wood, a representative of the Gunning sys tem, who sign-boarded the party with some irresistible nonsense, while Oliver McCune came In for some antl-fuv, when someone made a motion that he be requested to sing, and then some heartless wretch grew a lemon on McCune's tree of life by hav ing the motion laid on the table. JURY FINDS ADLER GUILTY President of Palled INew Orleans Bank Convicted of Misapplying; N Funds. NEW ORLEANS. May 15.-The Jury in the case of William Adler, president of the defunct State National bank, charged with misapplying the funds of the bank, today, brought in a verdict of guilty. Sentence was deferred. Adler was Indicted on seventy-two counts for the alleged embcszlemont of the funds of that Institution to the amount ot mure than $000,000. The trial lasted nearly a month. A few days before the crash of the State National came, Adler left - New Orleans for Honduras on tho steamer Alps, which he had chartered and loaded with a supply of groceries, being also at the time tho president of a large wholesale grocery es tablishment here. The Alps was wrecked off the Honduras ooast, but Adler and others on board managed to reach shore. After remaining in Honduras for some months, Adler returned voluntarily to New Orleans to face trial. ST. PAUL PAPER BUYS RIVAL Pioneer Press, Papers and Plant Sold to Owners of " Dispatch. 8T. PAUL, Minn., May U.-Wrbster Wheclock, one of the owners of the Pioneer Press company, today announced tho sale of the Pioneer Press newspapers, after noon and morning, the twelve-story build ing and Its manufacturing plant, to C. H. Grasty and others Interested in the St. Paul Dispatch. The deal undoubtedly will mean the discontinuance of the evening Pioneer Press. FIVE PERSONS ARE DROWNED Boat Containing Party of Klsht urer. parses While t' roes In a; slacken sack River. HACK ENS ACK. N. J., May U.-Flve poi sons, four girls ud a young man, mem bers ot a party ot eight, were drowned to night when a boat In which they were at tempting to cross the Hockensack river Terms 98.60 Cash, 97 Monthly Ji.'i'm si" ii""f '' 't For This $19.50 " BRUSSELS RUG OUR On a bill of $25.00 On a bill of $50.00 On a bill of $75.00 On a bill of $100.00 during a storm capsised. Tho remaining three swam to' the shore. Thoss drowned were Catherine Hoffman, Mury S-is'.'S, Lizxle Sinaheck, Mary Mornn and Peter Hollowlnski. The girls became frightened and stood up, thus adding to the unstubil.ty of the boat, -which turned over. Hollowlnski probably drowned In trying to save some of tho other's. Southern Girls Offend Officers Invite Jackies to Ball and Follow Them Away When Superiors Object. PLAQUEMINE. La., May 15.-A rim up the river of two hours and a half brought the battleship Mississippi from Uonuldson ville to l'luquemlnc this morning. At the bull last night at IXmaldsonvllle a SOCtal mlXlin n(Olirr,-ri Thurn n.Ara . enough officers to go around and the young women sent tne Jnckl- s the same form of Invitation as that extended to the officers. When the officers arrived thi-v fnun.i ih. Jackies In possession of the ball room floor. me jucnius were oruerea to leave, and did so, but they were followed by many of the girls and held a ball of their own. 1115 Health and Beauty Answers BY MRS. MAE V. G. M. : I have constantly ndvi.ed against the use of hair bh ache, and dyes. Even did I favor their use, 1 wuiil I hesi tate to Elve you a furmula. I think it per fectly scandalous that you. a womin of SI years of age, should di-sire to Marry a young man 22 years o!d. And I believe right-minded men and women every whoro will agree with me. I would advlhe you to forget him and seek a mate more suitubic. Nellie R.: (1) I think you are foolish to worry about a few pounds of extra tlesh, but if you fear that your waist Hue will disappear entirely, t-j to your druggist ami get 4 ounces ot pjrnulis, ta- it nonie und dissolve it In a pint of hot water. Take 1 teaspoonful 3 times a day, before meals. I'arnotis makes b-ij rthi-m l'ut dis appear. The correct weight for a girl 6 feet 7 Inches tall Is about 148 p undn. (2) When a druggist tells you that hrf lias not in stock any article 1 name In these formu las and recipes, tell tilm he cwi get it from his wholesaler. I never advise the una of any ingiedleiit that is nut mi sile in ulinost every first-class drug store. L. T. C. : A simple treatment for skin diseases, such as salt rheum, eczema, ring worm and tetter, can be made at home by mixing 4 ounces of luxor wHn 4 tablrsp'xw fuls of alcohol end i pint of w.itfr. Pour a small quantity of tills lothm on the affected surface und it will almost In stantly relieve the torturing itching. Re member that the scratching only cauns this sort of affliction to spread. Jennie S. : If your hulr la falling out and your scalp scaly with dindruff, uwny this home-made quinine hair tonic once ur l: a week and watch your hair grow in lo: i and abundant. Dissolve In pint of al cohol 1 ounce of qulnola and add Vj pint Of cold water. Rub well until absorbed by the scalp and hair. Miss Lane: Plenty of good lather Is an et-svntial 10 the hikthss f any sliajiinon. Borne soaps that lather well make the hair brittle and hard. It Is better to use plain canthrox for shampooing purposes. Simply dissolve a teaspoonful of lantluux in u teacupful of iiot water and stir it will until It is all dissolved; then take your shampoo by pouring the mixture on the hair and rubbing in well. It will ilramc the scalp thoroughly and has a tendency tt n-.Ufl the h"ir if . n1 floffv Mrs. G. P.: If you hove a sensitive and soft skin, I would udvtxe you to use a com plexion Jelly Instead ot cold cream. If you wash In warm water always put a dash of cold water on the fuce afterwards, as this will make the flesh and skin firmer in texture. You can make a complexion cream jelly at home by putting In a fruit Jar luilf I O O C) o o o o o o a o o o o o a o o o o o o Six Rooms $4 A n Furnished I (14 Complete . J1V Cash, o C) o o o 6i for this Elegant REFRIGERATOR We are eole agents for the famous Ourney Xilne. let us supply your refrigerator wants and your Ice troubles will be over with. Qurney refrigerators have lift out ice chambers, adjustable and removable shelves. They are cool, sanitary and economical. They pay for thomselves over and over again In the cost of the Ire they save you. Kefrlfrerator offered this week is made by the same manufacturers. TERMS $2.50 cash; $2.00 monthly. $5.00 cash; $4.00 monthly. $7.00 cash; $6.00 monthly. $10.00 cash; $8.00 monthly. O O O O O Suit Against Emma Eames Wife of Baritone Charges Prima Donna with Alienating Her Husband's Affections. PHILADELPHIA, May 16.-uit was be gun hero today against Emma Eames, who Is charged with alienating the affections of Emlllo De Gogorga, a baritone In her company. The complainant Is the bari tone's wife. The prima donna was served with the ptiper3 In the suit at the hotel tthcre she is slopping hefe prior to her de parture for Europe. No statement has been filed and Mrs. De Gogorga's attorney ' declined to talk. NEW YORK, May 1!. Benn Loewy, counsel for Mrs. De Gogorga, In comment ing tonight on tho action taken In Phila delphia to obtain service on Mme. Barnes, said: "After eleven years of happiness with her husbai-ii. my client, holds Mme. Esm'j responsible fui coming between them. The alienation suit will be tried In Philadelphia and is qjite Independent from the action brought hf-re for u limited divorce." Ho Jddcl that he believed that Mm . Eames was shout to sail for Europe and that he decided no time should be lost In serving her with papers ln the suit, which is for Io0.0Cj0 damages. MARTYN, a pint of cold water, 1 ounce of olmosoin and 2 teaspoonfuls of glycerine; stir briskly for a few minutes and let stind until It becomes a thick cream Jelly. Use It for massaging and It Will thoroughly cleanse the porea, and the dust and grime will roll out and off the skin. It removes black hep.ds, freckles and tan, clears the skin and will make large pores small. You can ire this almosoln Jelly In perfect confi dence that It will not cause the growth of tuierfluous hair, for while It Is soothlne oncl healing and keeps the skin smooth, moist and pllablo, it contains no oils or fuls. ' Dolly M.: (1) In addition to causing a h'fic-nrln-, n thTht neck hand will often give the iy-s a dull, fishy" look. If your eyes leek expression, are dull and lifeless, and there is no stra.n upon tho throat, you ap parently need a strengthening eye ton la, which can be made by dissolving 1 ovine) of crystos In a pint of water. Drop or i drons In each eye whenever needed to keep the eyes bright snd shining. This eye tonic will give relief when the .eyes sre tired, Inflamed rr sore, and It Is an aid to those who wear glasses. (2) Do not sleep in a room with a light burning,' as It Is bad for the eyes. Florence E. : To prepare a complexion beautlfU-r that will make the skin snft, white and smooth, put I teaspoonfuls of glycerine and 4 ounces ot spurmax In H tlnt f holllntt water and l.-t stand until (Milil. Anttll trt th hardi. fnrbrml mnA if.ue witli the palm nf the hand and con tinue rniiuin tnu skin wnere a pin lea until dry. He viral of my friends have told me that t'llH spurmax wash Is particularly ef fective for sallow, dark and oily skins. It is much less exiienslva than ready manu factured fjee washes. Cecelia r , H.: Don't worry about your condition. Nearly every person needs a blood t nlc and liver invigorator in the spring. , l'rotcpt treatment will ennble you to rid yourself of those yellow blotches and piniiliK. Get from jour druggist 1 ounce of kardere and Vj pint of alcohol. To Ibese h UI V, teaciipf -ll of siifrsr und put Into 1 pints -j' boiling water. Tills makes an ex cellent system tonl" thit purifies the blood ml urotitiua the llvr to healthy action. Take 1 talilcspooriful 6 minutea before cacti meal and before retiring. Myrtle J.; In massaging wrjnklee use the tips of the flnw-rs aud thumb, always working scross the lines; never follow the lines of the creeses. Read Mrs. Maxtyu's book, "Bet," fc Adv.